Man charged after pushing girlfriend, telling police he only remembered walking his dog

30-year-old Raymond Rivera was charged with domestic assault when his girlfriend said he pushed her around and seized her phone after a previous call involving authorities.

On March 21st, Officer Aragon was dispatched to a domestic situation at 922 Power Street. According to the affidavit, Heather Bridgewater told authorities that her boyfriend Raymond Rivera assaulted her after a previous call involving officers. She stated that Rivera came to the home, knocked her down and took possession of her phone.

Raymond Rivera (MCSO)
Raymond Rivera (MCSO)

When she attempted to retrieve her device he threw her to the ground again and fled the residence. When officers spoke to Rivera he told them he had no recollection of the incident and had simply gone to walk the dog. Rivera has a history of domestic assault.

Raymond Rivera was arrested and charged with domestic assault. His bond was set at $2,500.

Trish Butler

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  1. Heather Bridgewater

    Well not sure where you got your info from but that was not what was said to the police. The night that Raymond Rivera got arrested for domestic assault, he came back to the house and he was experiencing a mental break down and he didn’t recognize his girl friend and thought she was a robber stealing his girl friends phone so when he saw that she had it he wrestled her to the ground and took it from her then he went out side and then started walking the dog. He never fled the scene and he did not tackle her to the ground twice or pushed her. He got arrested because he wrestled with her to get the phone. And with this mental break he did not remember coming having any contact with his girl friend. So before you put story out there maybe you should get the full story especially from his girl friend

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