Jun 8, 2016

Alleged criminal threats and false imprisonment made after victim initially escaped

On 06-06-2016 the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to 1235 Airport Road regarding a domestic violence incident that occurred in the 3500 block of Taylor Road in Ukiah, California.

Upon arrival Deputies contacted a 26 year-old female who indicated she was in a cohabitating relationship with the father of her child, identified as being Luis Miguel Hernandez-Garcia.

Deputies learned at approximately 12:30 PM the 26 year-old female wanted to go to the store but Hernandez-Garcia blocked her vehicle with his vehicle.  This prevented her from leaving and Hernandez-Garcia engaged her in an argument. Hernandez-Garcia finally let the victim leave when her brother arrived at the location.

The 26 year-old female left the location with Hernandez-Garcia following/tailgating her in his vehicle northbound on State Street.  At one point the 26 year-old female pulled over on State Street where Hernandez-Garcia exited his vehicle and walked to her driver side window.

Hernandez-Garcia yelled at the 26 year-old female and pulled out a knife displaying it to her in the closed position while telling her he was going to kill her.

Hernandez-Garcia struck the drivers side window with his fist while attempting to open her door. The 26 year-old female drove away fearing she would be stabbed to death and subsequently contacted the Sheriff's Office.

Hernandez-Garcia was contacted at his residence where he was placed under arrest without incident for false imprisonment and threats to commit crimes resulting in death or great bodily injury.

Hernandez-Garcia was booked into the Mendocino County Jail where he was to be held in lieu of $20,000.00 bail.

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