Domestic argument prompts arrest

A Grambling man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly choked a woman, threw her belongings out and then dragged her outside.

The victim told Grambling Police that Aaron Aings, 28, had abused her. She said she was at Aings’s residence on Dunn Road, and they had been arguing. As she was gathering her belongings to leave, Aings grabbed her, slammed her on the sofa and choked her. He then threw the victim’s belongings outside and dragged her out. She called a taxi to come pick her up.

Officers saw the victim had bruising to her eye, arm, wrist, neck, and a burst lip.

Aings was questioned at Grambling PD. He said the victim kept trying to take his cell phone. He pushed her away and she jumped on his back to try to take the phone.

Aings was arrested and booked for domestic abuse battery involving strangulation.

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