VERO BEACH, Florida – Officers arrived at a trailer park at 1228 24th Street in reference to a domestic disturbance involving scratching and items being thrown, according to the Vero Beach Police Department.
Officers first made contact with the victim who was standing outside the residence. He explained that police were already at the residence approximately 45 minutes ago and spoke with his girlfriend, 36-year-old Jessica J. Yambor.
The victim said Yambor and him smoked a joint and snorted three lines of cocaine before she grabbed his arm and scratched him, causing deep cuts from her fingernails, the report said.
Officers did observe cuts on his arm, which were still bleeding.
As the victim went to leave on his bicycle, his girlfriend hit him in the head with a plastic plate, which knocked his glasses off. Since she was calling the police, he stayed around until officers showed up a second time.
Yambor then came out of the residence to talk to officers and yelled, “see I called the pigs” before inviting officers in to hear her side of the story, according to the arrest affidavit.
She said her boyfriend threatened to kill her and beat her up, the arrest affidavit said. Yambor proceeded to show the officers multiple bruises on her arms.
Officers told Yambor the bruises are consistent with drug use. She then stated, “I don’t want to talk to city pigs, Y’all don’t do sh–.” Then she told the officer, “fu– you, yeah I shoot cocaine,” the report said.
Police determined Yambor was the primary aggressor and arrested her on a Battery Domestic Violence charge.
On the way to Indian River County jail, she yelled at the officer, “you’re a weak ass nig—.” Once at the jail, the staff asked that she be medically evaluated at the hospital.
While at the hospital, Yambor refused treatment and said “I don’t want no nig—-, sand-nig—-, or Mexicans touching me,” according to the report.
The physician was of Hispanic heritage, and Yambor yelled, “I don’t want that wetback near me,” according to the report. She was eventually transported back to the Indian River County Jail.
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