Maria Isamar Torres-Yebra
Photo: Hall County Sheriff’s Office
Photo: Hall County Sheriff’s Office

Woman accused of assaulting, severely injuring her ex-boyfriend

A woman who allegedly assaulted her ex-boyfriend with the help of another man was arrested Wednesday. 

Police say Maria Isamar Torres-Yebra, 27, of Athens, and Daniel Otwell attacked Torres-Yebra’s ex-boyfriend in Hall County in December. He was treated for serious injuries, including a fractured orbital bone.

“Torres-Yebra told Otwell the victim in this case had previously assaulted her,” Lt. Scott Ware told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

In May, investigators from the Hall County Sheriff's Office acquired warrants for the arrest of Torres-Yebra and Otwell on charges of aggravated battery. 

Police also charged Torres-Yebra with disorderly conduct for profane comments made to the victim during the incident. 

They set her bond at $9,200, according to jail records.

At the time of Torres-Yebra's arrest, Otwell was in custody at the Forsyth County Jail on different charges, with a pending hold from the Hall County Sheriff's Office. 

The investigation is ongoing.

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