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By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings man Maison Allan Baldry was arrested and charged with Strangulation, Assualt with a weapon, Criminal endangerment, PFMA (2) counts, and Sexual Assault.
Saturday, the 18th of May, 2019, Billings Police Officer Malcolm and Wallis were dispatched to the Billings St. Vincent hospital at about 10:15 p.m. for a reported assault that occurred on the 12th of May, 2019, at the address of 1302 Topanga Lane.
The suspect was Maison Allan Baldry, who was the suspect in this case.
According to the victim's account, she and her son were together at home when she asked Maison Allan Baldry if got her anything for Mother's Day? A.D. also indicated that she was six weeks pregnant by Maison Baldry at the time of this incident.
The Mother's Day question caused a severe verbal argument that escalated into a physical attack by Maison Baldry against A.D.
His girlfriend accuses Maison Baldry of grabbing and hitting her face and body multiple times. Then grabbing his pregnant girlfriend by the neck and squeezing her throat, restricting her ability to breath.
Baldry dragged the pregnant victim down the hallway by the neck squeezing her neck so hard that the victim stated that she saw "Stars" and then passed out from lack of air.
She awoke from the severe pain of her nipples being squeezed and twisted at the same time as if Baldry was trying to rip them off her body. During this attack, she remembered Baldry stating, "Wake up, bitch."
This whole time her son was watching the attack take place. Baldry then started to hit his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach several times.
Grabbing a lapTop computer, Baldry then threw the computer at the little boy trying to hit the boy with the laptop computer.
According to the victim A.D., she told investigators that she did not call for help right away as she feared for her self and the safety of her son. She explained how Baldry commented that she was "lucky he did not use his whole fist on her."
Eventually, Baldry left home to go to a friends house. That was when the victim A.D. made a run for help with her small son in tow.
Arriving at the Emergency Center at St. Vincent's Hospital, Rebecca Richie a nurse, who had contact with the victim, told Richie about the strangulation, and assault on her and about the Laptop thrown at her little boy.
Her son was only 3-years-old and observed the whole thing happen.
Billings Police Officer Flammang and Officer Malcolm on the 19th of May went to find the suspect Maison Allan Bladry at his home on 1302 Topanga Lane but was not able to locate him there. After some huddling, the Officers determined that Baldry was at his parents home located at 2520 Sapper Drive in Billings. Billings Police Officer responded to that address and observed Baldry getting ready to leave the property. Baldry's parents were shocked and upset about what the Officer stated to them and indicated to the Billings Police that it was A.D. the victim that was the problem, not their son Maison Allen Bladry.
According to the Billings Police Ratings:
Billings Police Officer Zachary Wallis badge #413 maintains an (A) Rating with the public. This Officer can be trusted by the general public and is NOT considered a threat to public safety or security.
Tyrel Flammang badge #438 maintains an (A) Rating with the public. This Officer can be trusted by the general public and is NOT considered a threat to public safety or security.
Billings Police Officer Treyvor Malcom maintains an (A) Rating with the public. This Officer can be trusted by the general public and is NOT considered a threat to public safety or security. Officer Treyvor Malcom (formerly of Stillwater County Sheriff's Office)
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995