Dallas PD Found a Pregnant 19-Year-Old Beaten and Shoved from a Moving Car Yesterday

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Every day, Dallas police respond to a disheartening number of domestic violence calls, too many to note. In 2011, there were 13,000 instances of family violence, most of them assaults. Last year, 26 women were murdered by their partners.

Yesterday's alleged thuggery took police to Great Trinity Forest Boulevard, where a 19-year-old woman's boyfriend picked her up from class. They sat together in the back while someone else drove. A police report tells the story:

He asked her for money. She gave him some. She asked to be dropped off at the Ledbetter DART station. That's when he became upset, the woman told police. "I can't trust you. You sending vibes to my friends," she recalled him saying. The woman, seven months pregnant with his child, replied with a dismissive, "Really."

This sent the boyfriend into a rage, she said. He reached over and slapped her hard, then punched her in the left eye. Then, she said, he reached across her and opened the rear passenger door, trying to shove her out. She resisted until he landed another blow to her face, sending her tumbling onto the street as the car moved at about 25 miles per hour, she said.

The woman survived, but she landed hard on her right side. Police arrived a short time later and could see the swelling in her face already. They don't detail the extent of her injuries, but she was taken to Baylor Medical Center for an exam.

As for her boyfriend: He was gone by the time police arrived and wasn't immediately arrested. Safe to say, though, that Mayor Rawlings has officially revoked his Man Card.

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1.  The victim is a pregnant teenager.

2. "I can't trust you. You sending vibes to my friends."     This is African-American vernacular english, aka ebonics.

3. Our story takes places in South Dallas and involves DART.

Based on these three pieces of evidence, I'm going to assume that the perp. and victim were black. Go ahead, wild guess.   WHAT IS IT WITH THE AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THEIR TEEN PREGNANCIES AND THEIR CASUAL VIOLENCE?  I MEAN, REALLY?  WHAT IS UP WITH THESE PEOPLE?  WTF?


Well, if we taught something besides abstinence for birth control in Texas, she might have had a different outcome.   Ask your own 19 year old kids if they use birth control?  Don't both about asking about if they ever had had sex.   At least half of them have.  

This boy is headed for jail either for this or something else.....soon.   He doesn't seem to have a conscience which used to be labeled as a sociopathic.   Our jails are filled with them.  I wonder if he hurts animals too.   That's another classic symptom.


Another good way to stop this.....stop getting knocked up by a**holes at 19. How do people not want something better for themselves and for the life you will bring into the world at a later date. Its not always the case, but being knocked up at 19 is not always the best thing. Im an abnomilly, my parents were 17  when they had me, never graduated high school and are still together...but watching them struggle through the years was enough to make me want to break the cycle. Ive travelled the world, I have my own house, my own money and a career. It was not easy, but the reward, is so worth it and when or if I do have a child, I wont be looking for the government to pay for it.


I sincerely hope her father and brothers get their hands on this kid before he's apprehended by the police.

ThePosterFormerlyKnownasPaul topcommenter

As despicable as this is, what also bothers me is the fact that she is single, 19 and pregnant.  I guess that the abstinence only sex education is working quite well.

Since Li'l Ricky is in town for the Kaufman County DA's approval, I wonder if he will be stopping by to lend his support to her for not having an abortion.

This whole story is just sick on so many different levels.


@DoubleConsciousness What do you have to say about the white kids that get knocked up at 16, are cast on a reality show and become instant celebrities, porn stars and criminals? Are they any better? Your racist a#$ needs a major reality check. It's not just African-American teens that have this problem, it's all races. Instead of complaining about teens speaking "ebonics," you should get off your lazy a#$ and volunteer at a Dallas center where disadvantaged kids need additional help. These kids don't ask to be in a disadvantaged situation. They're a product of their environment, FOOL!! Lastly, do yourself a favor and jump in front of DART train....pick any one of them. The last thing we need is another racist idiot taking up all of the oxygen. Tell your Aryan brothers I said "Hello!"


@whocareswhatithink I hate saying this, but you're right. The cycle of this really begins with how one is raised. Women and Men of all ages need to step up and start making sure they raise their kids properly, teach them to respect themselves and others equally. When I was 19, I did live at home, but I also went to college AND had a job. I was required to make sure I let my folks know where I was if I was out late AND required to pay rent and my bills, so I didn't have to "borrow" money from other people, especially my girlfriend..

That being said, I think they need to hunt the little SOB down responsible for this stupidity and give him a good ol' fashion horse whipping in the town square, make an example out of him..



"Another good way to stop this.....stop getting knocked up by a**holes at 19."

Hey I know how to stop bank robberies.........not have banks. It doesn't matter her age. She didn't deserve getting pushed out of a moving car while 7 months preggo. Would you have posted the same thing if it was your 17 year old mother? Probably not.


@GuitarPlayer @whocareswhatithink Maybe the next guy she gets knocked up by wont be such a a$$hole....In the meantime, I guess I will enjoy paying for a$$hole number 1's baby and a**holes new digs and 3 meals a day in jail

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