Wife Beaten, Husband Jailed, Napa Police Say

Jeremy Mills, 35, was arrested early Friday morning after his wife said he urinated in a bedroom, beat her up and pulled out her hair, Napa police said. Arrest information does not indicate a conviction.

A 35-year-old Napa man was arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse Friday after a violent confrontation with his wife about his drinking, according to an arrest summary from the City of Napa Police Department:

On 11/30/12 about 0045 hours NPD Officers were dispatched to 2400 block of Claret St. regarding a family disturbance.

Upon arrival the victim reported she woke up to find her intoxicated husband, Jeremy Allen Mills DOB 03/05/77, urinating on their daughter’s dresser in her bedroom.

The victim confronted Jeremy about his escalating alcohol problem and an argument ensued.

The argument turned physical and Jeremy punched the victim in the head and face numerous times and then pulled out a large clump of hair from her head. She sustained visible injuries and torn clothing.

Jeremy was arrested and transported to NCDC where he was booked.

An emergency protective order was granted and served on Mills at the jail, police said. 

Arrest information does not indicate a conviction. For the latest reports on crime and arrests in the Napa Valley, please see our Police & Fire section, available from the News tab above and at napavalley.patch.com/police-fire.

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MICHAEL WILSON "Republican Kid" December 04, 2012 at 11:22 PM
Please get rid of the creep fast you are not a victim if you stay. Your husband is a drunk That is the bad news. The good news is there is help out there. 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Ash Leigh December 05, 2012 at 12:20 AM


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