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Local Woman Beaten And Robbed Monday

Originally published: 2012-10-09 11:26:14
Last modified: 2012-10-09 11:27:13

A woman was hospitalized on Monday after a reported aggravated assault in which she said she was robbed and severely beaten, according to a report by the Greeneville Police Department.

Officer Roy Milton said in the report that he spoke with the victim at a local hospital on Monday afternoon, where she was being treated for two black eyes, a broken nose and possible broken ribs and internal injuries.

According to the account given in the report, the victim was dropping a male off at apartments in the 200 block of Tusculum Boulevard just after midnight when she was attacked by three females.

The women reportedly pulled her from her car by her hair, and "beat her up till she could not breathe for choking on her own blood," according to the report.

Milton said in the report that the victim's purse was stolen and she was beaten at knife point.

The women warned the victim that they would kill her if she tried to prosecute them, leaving the victim afraid to share the names of her assailants, according to the report.

Four suspects were named in the report, but no arrests had yet been made.

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