BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Two Boca Raton women were booked into the Palm Beach County Jail after they — separately — attacked their boyfriends, according to police.
In the first case, Danielle Marie Jorge, 24, was charged with simple battery after police say she “struck her live-in boyfriend multiple times leaving red marks, scratches and abrasions.”
In the second case, Sheila Ann Cassin, 35, was charged with domestic battery after “she slapped her live-in boyfriend as the result of an argument.”
Jorge spent a full day in the Palm Beach County Jail before being released on her own recognizance. Cassin was released to a “significant other or relative” after spending ten hours or so behind bars. Court dates are pending for both women.
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