Boca Raton Woman Goes Hammer Time on Hubby’s Head
Boca Raton woman Marisa Nesse is in the Palm Beach County Jail facing a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after allegedly hitting her husband in the head with a hammer.
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Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the couple’s home in the 7600 block of Stanway Place East on Sunday evening about a domestic disturbance.
Upon arrival, deputies met with the victim, who stated in a sworn written statement that,
“My wife, Marisa Nesse, hit me with a hammer on my head just in front of my left ear. I was lying down with the lights off when I heard the door closing. I thought she might be going outside, and I said have fun. She came out of the bathroom and hit me on the head. I protected myself from further hits and took the hammer from her. I called 911.”
The victim told police that he had been married to Marisa for 20 years, so a domestic relationship battery was established.
Marisa Nesse of Boca Raton struck her husband in the Head with a hammer according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. pic.twitter.com/XjprfgVn31
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Deputies documented a “red bruise on the left side of the victim’s temple.”
Nesse fled the scene before the deputies arrived, but an area search was conducted, and she was later found in the 7900 block of Del Prado Circle North. She told deputies that she did not hit her husband with a hammer and that she only had the hammer because she was fixing a broken shower.
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Nesse was placed into custody and transported to the Palm Beach County jail, where she was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon around 1 a.m. on Monday. She remained held in lieu of a $5,000 bond as of Tuesday afternoon.
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