A New Lisbon man faces felony bail jumping, strangulation, and domestic abuse/disorderly conduct charges after allegedly choking a woman.
Daniel Corey, 30, is charged with felony bail jumping, strangulation and suffocation, and disorderly conduct, domestic abuse. He faces up to six years imprisonment for the first charge.
According to the criminal complaint:
On Nov. 15, Juneau County sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic disturbance. When they arrived on scene, they were informed by a woman Corey had choked her after an argument that morning.
The woman said Corey began yelling at her one-year-old toddler when she wouldn’t lie down. She then went to take the toddler from their bedroom when Corey pushed her out of the room with the door.
When the woman pushed back into the room, Corey grabbed her by the throat and pushed her against the bedroom wall. She said she was unable to breath for at least five seconds.
The woman stated to the deputies that incidents like this had happened in the past, “including times where he has pointed a handgun at her.”
Later that day, Corey was stopped by deputies on the road. He was cooperative with the deputies and went with them without incident.
Corey’s actions against the woman violated the conditions of his bond for a previous case involving substantial battery and use of a dangerous weapon. Two additional cases were filed against Corey on Nov. 20. The cases involve charges of felony bail jumping, misdemeanor intimidation of a witness, domestic abuse, contact after domestic abuse arrest, substantial battery, and disorderly conduct.
Corey is currently in the Juneau County Jail. He is due in court at the Juneau County Justice Center on Dec 6.