Miami Beach Police Detain Woman After Physical Altercation with Boyfriend

Miami Beach Police Detain Woman After Physical Altercation with Boyfriend

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – On Tuesday, a woman was arrested following allegations that she bit and choked her boyfriend during an argument at a residence in South Beach, as reported by authorities.

According to the arrest report from Miami Beach police, Natallia Tsaluika, 29 years old, is facing multiple charges, including two counts of battery on a police or correctional officer, one count of domestic battery by strangulation, one count of false imprisonment, one count of criminal mischief, and one count of resisting an officer with violence.

The incident unfolded when officers were dispatched to a Miami Beach home after a 911 call was abruptly ended with the plea, “Can I get emergency to 1244 Pennsylvania Avenue, please?” around 2:45 p.m.

Upon arrival, officers encountered difficulty gaining entry into the residence and subsequently requested a return call from the complainant via the 911 dispatcher.

Despite the complainant’s phone being seemingly turned off, officers noticed a man leaving the residence who proceeded to flag them down.

According to the police report, the man informed the officers that he had been involved in a physical altercation with Tsaluika, his girlfriend of 10 months.

The victim displayed visible injuries on his fingernails and neck, claiming that Tsaluika had bitten and choked him.

During the choking incident, Tsaluika allegedly posed a question to the victim: “Do you love me?” She then proceeded to put an object in his mouth.

Although the victim was uncertain about the nature of the object, he stated that he had not swallowed anything, as per the arrest report.

Once officers escorted Tsaluika back to the residence for questioning, she became visibly angry and began throwing items around the room, as described by the police.

According to authorities, the victim indicated that Tsaluika did not have any diagnosed illnesses but suspected she might have bipolar disorder.

While attempting to place Tsaluika under arrest, she resisted the officers by kicking them, as reported by the police.

Further investigation revealed that Tsaluika had consumed some wine earlier in the day and had received a text message from another woman, which led to the altercation with her boyfriend.

Tsaluika also managed to seize the victim’s cellphone and changed the passcode to prevent him from calling the police.

Detectives confirmed that Tsaluika and the victim had been in a relationship for 10 months and did not have any children together.

During transportation to Mount Sinai Medical Center in Aventura, Tsaluika became irate and subsequently kicked a partitioner inside a Miami Beach police vehicle, according to authorities.

After being discharged from the hospital, she was taken to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

Although Tsaluika’s arrest report identifies her as a Miami resident, she was placed under immigration hold on Tuesday, and her bond status is yet to be determined, according to jail records.

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