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Billings man Marcos Ramon Quinones III. was arrested for Family, Member Partner,Assault
The case number CR-2018 - 0380
On October 1st 2017 Billings Police Officer Anglin was sent to respond to report of a man and woman arguing outside on street.a store parking lot.
Officer Anglin met with the victim.
The victim stated that she had gone to her ex-boyfriend Marcos Ramon Quinones III's apartment to pick up her son.
M.W. (the alleged victim) stated that her ex-boyfriend has a new girlfriend who accused her of being a bad mother and started a scene in front of the boy.
The alleged victim, said the boy threw a plastic bottle at his dad which upset his dad.
Marcos responded by grabbing the boy and bringing him back in the house refusing, to allow his mother to have him.
Claiming that she (M.W.) is a bad mother .
On December 5, 2017 Police spoke with the alleged victim, about the October 1st incident .
M.W. stated to police, that she did not want to pursue charges because she was scared of the Marcos and afraid of what he might do to her and her son and that she was sick of him thinking he could get away with anything he does.
She then described to police, various incidents that took place in the past.
M.W. the alleged victim, claimed that she was punched four or five times in the face and stomach knocking her glasses off.
She claimed she had a swollen black eye and her chin was bruised, as a result of the assault .
However, she did not have any proof of that for the Billings police department but she still claimed that her boyfriend assaulted her many times in the past. She admits that she never called the police in the past because she was afraid of him. She also claimed that he would always threaten to kill her and her son if she called the police.
According to Court records Marcus Ramon Quinones III. does have Prior convictions for Partner Family Member Assault, dating back to 2005 and 2011 So if she never called the police on him some other female or family member had.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995