MOULTRIE -- A battery warrant has been issued for 17-year-old Emerson Jackman who allegedly beat his mother and punched his sister during a domestic dispute Wednesday night.
Sonya Turner, of 10th Avenue Southeast, reported the incident to police after she and her 18-year-old daughter, Namia Jackman, allegedly were hit by the brother. He had left the scene when police arrived.
Police reports said Turner confronted her son about being violent with his sister at 9 p.m. Wednesday. He became irate, lost his temper and punched his mother several times in the face, police reports said.
The sister attempted to step in and stop the fight, but police reports said boy punched her in the mouth, busting her lower lip. Turner was able to get outside the residence when he punched his sister, but he followed her outside, police reports said.
The boy then pushed Turner to the ground outside the residence and continued to punch her, reports said. A witness saw what was going on and was able to pull the son off his mother and made him leave the residence.
Police reports said Turner was bleeding from her mouth and had bruises all over her body. The daughter had a busted lower lip that had stopped bleeding by the time officers arrived.
The daughter and the witness wrote statements for the officer, but reports said Turner was too upset to give a written a statement.
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