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Hattiesburg man behind bars after aggravated assault

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

A Hattiesburg man is behind bars and charged with domestic aggravated assault.

Dillon Ray Boatner was taken into custody by authorities without incident at his Lincoln Road apartment on August 31.

According to an HPD incident report, the victim, Boatner's girlfriend was being held against her will for three months, was found with initials "DRB" carved in her back by a knife, and bruises and marks on her arms and back.

The report also advised that the victim was beaten with a belt and coaxial cable.

Boatner admitted to officers he had done everything he was accused of during the arrest.

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