CLINTON — Prosecutors will recommend that a Clinton women be sent to prison for up to six years on one misdemeanor charge and for violating the terms of probation.
Toni T. Davis, 32, 434 Sixth Ave. South, Apt. 2E, appeared Thursday in Clinton County District Court and pleaded guilty to the lesser included charge of domestic abuse-assault, second offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. The plea agreement says Davis also agreed to stipulate to violating her probation in two separate cases.
The plea agreement says the State will recommend prison for an indeterminate term not to exceed six years and the minimum fine, surcharges, costs and attorney fees. The State will seek to have all sentences served consecutively. The plea is an open plea and the court is not bound by the State’s recommendations. Davis will be responsible for restitution resulting from all counts alleged in the trial information. Sentencing is set for 9:15 a.m. March 29.
According to the affidavit, at 11:52 a.m. Sept. 30, an officer was dispatched to the area of Cleveland Street and 29th Avenue North for a possible domestic disturbance. The county’s Communications office said a female threw bleach in a male’s face. An officer arrived on scene and made contact with the alleged victim. The officer reported over the radio that the suspect was Davis and she was wearing a black jacket. An officer located Davis at the intersection of Pershing Boulevard and Main Avenue. The officer arrived shortly after the first officer and made contact with Davis.
The affidavit says Davis admitted to throwing bleach on the alleged victim after an argument. Davis told the officer she knew she had a no-contact order with the alleged victim. The officer placed Davis under arrest and secured her in his patrol vehicle. Davis told the officer the alleged victim took money from her and hit her during the argument. Davis allegedly had no visible injuries. Davis was transported to the Clinton County Jail.