Woman charged with domestic violence

mug-levenduski-cappyanna

WEATHERSFIELD — After officers responded twice Sunday to homes on 10th Street on reports an intoxicated woman was acting violently, a township woman is facing a charge of domestic violence and violation of a temporary protective order, according to police and Niles Municipal Court records.

Cappyanna Levenduski, 30, pleaded not guilty Monday to the misdemeanor and is scheduled to appear Nov. 14 for a pretrial hearing, according to court records. After spending a night in Trumbull County Jail, Levenduski was released on her own recognizance.

Officers were first dispatched just before 6 p.m. Sunday to 122 10th St. after a neighbor reported Levenduski was drinking while on medication and slapped her son, 1, on the back of his head because he wasn’t eating, causing him to fall down while the two were at her house, the police report states.

The neighbor, Halee Fertig, took the child outside, and Levenduski and her fiance, William Rosenhamer, began arguing, the report states. Rosenhamer reported she hit him several times before running out, looking for her son, the report states.

Fertig reported Levenduski hit her too, acccusing her of kidnapping the boy, the report states.

When officers arrived, Levenduski was having trouble standing and was slurring her speech, the report states. Fertig and Rosenhamer declined to press charges, the report states, and officers left Levenduski to “sleep it off.”

The report was passed on to Trumbull County Children Services, but the child didn’t have marks or bruises, the report states.

Officers were called back less than an hour later to the couple’s home, 128 10th St., after reports of yelling, a baby screaming and the sound of broken glass, the report states.

Levenduski had blood all over her hand and a kitchen window was broken, the report states. Rosenhamer told police she was “out of control” and he had several scratch marks on his chest, the report states.

Rosenhamer said he tried to stop Levenduski from leaving to go back to Fertig’s house after police left when she scratched him and punched out the window, the report states.

rfox@tribtoday.com

COMMENTS