A 32-year-old Stamford man was arrested Christmas morning for allegedly beating his ex-girlfriend in front of their three children, police announced Wednesday.
According to Lt. Diedrich Hohn, Rony Arturo Diaz, of Woodrow St., was spending time on Monday, Dec. 24, with his ex-girlfriend and the three children they had together when he asked his ex for a ride back to his own home. His ex complied, and the pair drove to Woodrow St. with the three children in tow.
Hohn said upon arrival to his home, he asked the victim to get back together, which she declined. He then allegedly began to strike her, choke her and pull her hair. He the exited the vehicle, walked around to the driver's side window and struck her across the face, Hohn said.
Diaz was charged Tuesday, Dec. 25, with disorderly conduct, third-degree strangulation, two counts third-degree assault causing physical injury, three counts risk of injury to a child and four counts violation of a protective order.
He was held on $100,000.
Thomas Carrillo, 57, of Pacific St., was charged Tuesday morning with creating a public disturbance.
Kyton Green, 23, of E. Main St., was charged Monday afternoon with third-degree assault and violation of a protective order.
Daris Omar Mejia-Perdoma, 30, of Wilson St., charged Tuesday morning with operation of a motor vehicle without a license, failure to renew registration and failure to insure a private motor vehicle.
Tyrell Parker, 25, of Joffre Ave., was charged Tuesday evening with fourth-degree criminal mischief, threatening a police officer, risk of injury to a child, disorderly conduct and two counts third-degree assault.