April Markel-Boshard (Spartanburg County Detention Facility)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Deputies said a Hanahan woman was accused of attacking her boyfriend after hitting him in the head with a glass globe that had a jellyfish inside.
Spartanburg County deputies were called to a Miller Road home in Woodruff Sunday afternoon after a man said he was attacked by his girlfriend.
According to deputies, 38-year-old April Markel-Boshard got into a fight with her boyfriend of three weeks because he would not let her go with him to the grocery store because he thought she was drunk.
Markel-Boshard got angry and struck her boyfriend in the back of the head with a glass globe that had a jellyfish inside and began scratching him, according to a sheriff's office report.
The report said her boyfriend and his daughter went outside and could hear Markel-Boshard throwing things around and breaking glass inside the home.
When deputies arrived, they said they found Markel-Boshard walking around barefoot on broken glass and the things thrown around.
Markel-Boshard's boyfriend had large bump and scratches on his head, and was bleeding, according to deputies.
FOX Carolina spoke with Markel-Boshard's boyfriend in an exclusive interview where he said he wanted to love her.
The couple had been dating for three weeks, and he said heartache is hard because he thought she was the one. He said he has just been finding love in all the wrong places.
"I see a better me today than before because I can walk away," said Jerry Eversole, Markel-Boshard's boyfriend.
Eversole put Markel-Boshard's stuff on the porch and said he plans to start praying for the right woman to walk into his life.
Markel-Boshard was arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence first offense. She was being held on a $2,130 bond at the Spartanburg County Detention Facility.
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