LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Police tell a Louisville man was detained after allegedly hitting his wife so seriously they assumed she was lifeless.
The detention record says police with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office were sent to the eastbound lanes of I-64, near the Simpsonville exodus, only after 10 p.m. on Dec. 7, on a record of an eccentric driver.
Driver Badly Injured His Wife:
The caller told the driver passed all lanes of traffic and was hurrying on the shoulder. That vehicle was driven by Nevin Partain, 36, the arrest record stated. The police chased Partain, who was running a grey Chevy Tahoe, before hauling him over on Taylorsville Road. Deputy tells what they obtained inside the car was shocking. The arrest report states, Partain breathed heavily of alcohol and had bloodshot, wet eyes. There was blood on his hands, his knuckles were inflated, and there were injuries on his face.
When officials observe the woman in the car, they initially assumed she was dead. Deputy state she ‘seems dead’ and had been beaten. The arrest report says, her hair adhered to the driver’s side door and the middle console. Police tell her blood engulfed the middle console and the steering wheel had blended in her lap. Her lip was smashed, she had a wound on her nose, several bruises on her head, and her face and eyes were swollen.
What Does The Arrest Report Say:
The arrest report stated ‘The windshield was cracked where the victim’s head had beaten the windshield at some point, as evident by hair in the cracks of the windshield.’ At first, policemen tell the woman could hardly speak, but the deputy ultimately circumscribed that she was Partain’s wife. She informed officers that he constantly torments her verbally and physically too.
Partain purportedly said police that they were quarreling when she grasped the steering wheel and hurried them off the road. He stated they were just attempting to get home, and insisted he didn’t understand she was severely injured. He was apprehended and energized with first-degree assault, first-degree extravagant endangerment, speeding while under the impact of alcohol or drugs and reckless driving. Now, He is being captured in the Shelby County Detention Center.