Aug 1, 2016

Ukiah man charged with false imprisonment and domestic violence after victim claims he covered her mouth and threatened her




On 07-28-2016 at approximately 10:20 PM, Deputies from the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to a possible domestic violence dispute in the area of Cox-Schrader Road and Highway 101 in Ukiah, California.

Once at the location Deputies contacted an Adult Female who stated she had been involved in a physical altercation with her boyfriend, Oscar Silva Hernandez next to their vehicles on Cox-Schrader Road.

During the physical altercation Silva Hernandez grabbed a hold of the Adult Female, covered her mouth, so she could not scream, and then proceeded to punch the Adult Female multiple times in the lower back area.

During this altercation the Adult Female tried running away from Silva Hernandez multiple times, but Silva Hernandez each time caught up to the Adult Female and dragged her back to their vehicles.

Silva Hernandez also showed the Adult Female a hand gun and advised her if she yelled for help he would kill her.

The Adult Female was able to free herself and run towards a vehicle, which was parked on Highway 101, next to where their vehicles were located. As the Adult Female got closer to the vehicle Silva Hernandez went back to his vehicle and left the area.

The Adult Female had injuries to her knee's from falling during her altercation, and her clothing was covered in debris and dirt.

During this investigation Deputies were able to locate Silva Hernandez and placed him under arrest for the listed violations, but no handgun was recovered.

Silva Hernandez was transported to the Mendocino County Jail where he was to be held in lieu of $100,000.00 bail.

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