Navajo Woman Sentenced For Bashing Boyfriend With Rebar

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Seraphina Charley, a member of the Navajo Nation, was sentenced to 78 months in prison after a four-day jury trial. Charley was found guilty intentionally striking her then boyfriend in the back of the head with a piece of metal rebar.

Due to the assault, the victim suffered permanent brain damage affecting his ability to walk and remember, according to the Department of Justice.

During the investigation, Charley lied about her identity and created a false story that unknown males assaulted the victim.

The jury found her guilty of assault with a dangerous weapon, assault resulting in serious bodily injury and making false statements to a government agency.

3 Comments

  1. Sad the Drugs and what they make humans into Monsters

    ADI it would be really nice to get the rest of the meat of these stories If your going to report them a lil more imformation on the people and Why she did this whére it occured With out more details how and why this story isnt any different then others that occur daily in Az
    Most of these type headlines are fueled by drugs And it would be more usefull to alllow citizens know the damage drugs do
    Crime have risen around the State of Az due to drug use
    Report on all of them please
    Peace

  2. Is their a reason the woman was called out as a “Navajo” woman? Do we say an Irish woman/man? Italian woman/man? Were not even allowed to call out a “black woman/man” even when it’s obvious. I just don’t see the importance in calling out the race. The crime is bad enough. “Woman guilty of busting boyfriends head with piece of rebar.

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