The following is a press released from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:
On 10-30-2020 at 3:28 A.M., Mendocino County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the 1300 block of North State Street in Ukiah, California.
While responding to the location, the male half of the incident fled in a vehicle to an unknown location. On arrival, the Deputies located an adult female.
Deputies observed visible injuries to her head and arms. Deputies discovered signs of a physical altercation in the residence where the reported incident occurred.
The Deputies learned the adult female had been physically assaulted by Robert Huang.
Huang allegedly pushed the adult female to the ground, causing her to cut her arm on broken glass; which was covering the floor. Once she was on the ground, Huang banged her head against the ground, causing injury to her head. Huang then choked the adult female until she lost consciousness.
Huang took the adult female’s purse from her hand and fled the area, taking the purse and it’s contents with him.
The Deputies conducted interviews and collected evidence. The Deputies developed probable cause to believe Huang committed the crimes of 273.5 PC (Domestic Violence Battery), 243(D) PC (Battery With Serious Injury), 212.5(C) PC (Robbery), 422 PC (Criminal Threats), 273.6 PC (Violation of Domestic Violence Restraining Order).
The Deputies searched the surrounding area for Huang. They located a vehicle Huang had been driving and discovered it was stolen.
California Highway Patrol Officers responded to the area and recovered the vehicle.
Deputies were unsuccessful in attempts to locate Huang until 11-01-2020 at approximately 10:37 AM when he was located/arrested pursuant to the incident.
Huang was booked into the Mendocino County Jail on the listed charges and was to be held in lieu of $75,000.00 bail.