Kenosha man faces 12 criminal charges, including strangulation | Crime and courts





A 34 year old man from Kenosha with many other pending cases have 12 new ones criminal charges after his arrest on November 5.

Deonta L. Graham, of Block 600 of 58th Street, remains in custody in Kenosha County Jail on $ 15,000 bond. He is due back in court on Thursday for an initial adjourned appearance.

Graham is charged with six counts of jumping on bail, as well as one count of strangulation / suffocation, forcible confinement and aggravated bodily harm, and one count of driving misdemeanor messy.

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Felony charges carry a maximum jail term of 54 years and a possible fine of $ 90,000.

Graham is accused of assaulting a woman, who suffered injuries to her face and neck, and when police were called he allegedly held the woman down and refused to let her go. The victim said he had his hands on his throat and he squeezed it tight, making it difficult for him to breathe.

Court records indicate five separate ongoing cases against Graham, including one for disorderly driving, bodily harm and intimidation of the victim and another for the felony of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

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