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Cave man has charge of dragging pregnant woman by her hair dismissed

Posted by on Monday, July 16th, 2018 @ 9:10 pm.

HARDIN CO.— A Cave-in-Rock man with a history of violence dodged a legal bullet recently when he had a charge alleging that he battered a pregnant woman dismissed.

Details in the case allege that on or about June 18, Raymond Weldon Dutton, Jr., 41, of Cave-in-Rock, was taken into custody and charged with Aggravated Battery after authorities say he made physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with Krystal DeLouch, a person he knew to be pregnant, by hitting her and dragging her by her hair.

Dutton’s criminal history includes an arrest April 17, 2012 during which he was charged with Aggravated Battery with a Weapon, Aggravated Unlawful Restraint, Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Penal Institution, Domestic Battery Causing Bodily Harm and two counts of Obstruction of Justice/ Destroying Evidence.

He pleaded guilty July 17, 2012 to the domestic in return for the remainder of the charges being dismissed and a sentence to the Illinois Department of Corrections for 11 months and $720 in fines and fees, of which he still owes $295.

 The charge of thumping on a pregnant woman was dismissed July 10.

Dutton is, however, still facing a felony charge of Driving Revoked from a March 18, 2018 case.

He is expected back in court later this month.

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