GENEVA – A Geneva man was charged with felony aggravated domestic battery in connection with an incident in which the victim’s hand was burned on a hot cast iron pan, according to police reports.
Suikan D. Molina-Torres, 36, of the 300 block of Brittany Court, Geneva, was also charged April 26 with two counts of misdemeanor domestic battery in connection with allegedly battering another family member with a spatula, according to police and court records.
Due to the severity of the injuries and allegations, an investigator from the Department of Children and Family Services accompanied them to the home on Brittany Court April 25, the report stated.
“Upon our arrival, I observed the victim’s hand to be blistered and open wounded with potential second-degree burns,” the report stated. “The defendant was also present who admitted to placing the victim’s palm area of the hand in the cast iron skillet.”
Police arrested Molina-Torres and took him into custody.
Molina-Torres was ordered not to have any contact with the victim and no entry at the Brittany Court address, court records show.
Aggravated domestic battery is a Class 2 felony, punishable by four to seven years in prison and fines up to $25,000, or a term of probation up to 48 months, if convicted.
Molina Torres is scheduled to appear in court again on May 14 for status, records show.
Source: The Daily Chronicle