Cantonment Man Arrested For Allegedly Hitting Man With Pipe

June 22, 2018

A Cantonment was arrested after allegedly hitting man in the head with a pipe during an argument, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

Jeremiah John Fontaine, 21, was charged with felony aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after the incident at a residence on Blue Angel Parkway.

Fontaine told deputies that he remembered getting into a big argument which led to a physical altercation before he left the scene, according to an arrest report, but he did not mean to kill or harm anyone.

The victim was treated on the scene by Escambia County EMS.

Foutaine was released on a $10,000 bond.

Comments

9 Responses to “Cantonment Man Arrested For Allegedly Hitting Man With Pipe”

  1. SusanBarnes on June 28th, 2018 11:31 pm

    People before you know the facts please pray about what your going to say Jeramiah is the sweetest most loving young man you will ever meet you spell humble that describes him he cant get no one to listen to his side these people were rearing up up his mamas home and all he ask would they move out the other guy hit hit he didnt even have a pipe im praying some law people will please just hear his side i would trust this young man with anybofy i know he goes to our churvh i wish the world had a lot Moore of Jeramiahs love in Christ Susan

  2. Ha on June 26th, 2018 10:13 am

    “Amused “ you must be friends with the so called victim

  3. Amused on June 26th, 2018 1:06 am

    Umm, I’m pretty sure it wasn’t self-defense being the other guy didn’t go to jail and they are calling him a victim. Point being, when you hit someone in the head it’s to hurt them. Whether it be with your fist or a pipe, the intention is to cause someone else pain.

  4. Valamena on June 25th, 2018 12:15 am

    It must have been drug related!

  5. Jim on June 22nd, 2018 8:27 pm

    @Howie – allegedly may be used to indicate a probable event, supported by evidence, but which has not yet been adjudicated.
    The use of the term “alleged” by law enforcement came about in the 70’s as criminal defense lawyers successfully argued that their clients couldn’t be tried fairly because of statements of probable guilt made by LEOs and prosecuting attorneys.

  6. Howie on June 22nd, 2018 2:34 pm

    al·leg·ed·ly -
    used to convey that something is claimed to be the case or have taken place, although there is no proof.

    Maybe Fontaine did indeed hit someone with a pipe. Does that make he did it on purpose, was used as self defense, or was so high or drunk he doesn’t remember. All the facts will come out in the presence of the Court as to why there was an argument and details about the pipe .

    Victim was treated on the scene, non-life threatening, so probably a bump on the noggin’.

    Just saying – I wasn’t there, so not giving any opinions.

  7. Brenda lutz on June 22nd, 2018 1:14 pm

    I agree with For real. There are two sides to ALL stories.

  8. For real on June 22nd, 2018 12:58 pm

    The key word here is “Allegedly”. Be carful about comments on things you don’t know the whole story or truth about. Just sayin’. It is easy to assume, but in news stories like this you never know all the facts unless you were involved in some way.

  9. Lol on June 22nd, 2018 11:25 am

    Thanks for the pep talk Nana. I’m sure your half hearted comment in the comment section of a trivial story will change the mind’s of our troubled young people. Instead of superficial comments why don’t you hire this guy a lawyer? Oh you’d rather just chime in and say a few words you don’t really mean. I got you. Let me guess “You are praying for _ _ _ _ _”





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