How in the Hell did Jonathan Michael Boggs end up with an English name? This mystery meat girl friend beater looks Mestizo to me, although I suppose he could be Asian. Not that the Asians would want to claim him. Most likely, he’s an American Indian, though.
An Iowa man attacked his girlfriend with a hammer because she refused to let him tattoo his name on her chest, police said.
The Sioux City Journal reports that 28-year-old Jonathan Michael Boggs has been charged with aggravated domestic assault and going armed with intent.
Police say Boggs of Sioux City had been dating the woman for about a month when, on Friday, he suggested the tattoo. She refused, an argument ensued and she tried to leave the house. Boggs stopped her from leaving, threatened to kill her with a hammer then assaulted her with the tool.
Boggs was being held Tuesday in the Woodbury County Jail on $10,000 bond. His lawyer did not respond to a call Wednesday morning seeking comment.
From my point of view, it ruins the romance when a woman has another man’s name tattooed on her body. Who wants to look at another guy’s name when you’re having intimate relations? Not me.
Yet, in the local south Texas Mexican culture, such tats are common. I’ve seen the name Sergio on a few attractive Latin ladies. That Sergio guy gets around.
Although the story does not say, many of these domestic violence cases in Texas that involve Mexicans are unleashed because of alcohol. The same is true of American Indians.
Heap big chief can’t hold his firewater.