Crime

Ukiah Valley Man Booked in County Jail Accused of Suffocating Woman by Sitting on Her Face

The following is a press released issued by 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:

Marco Rodriguez-Turner [Mugshot from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office]

On 05-12-2021 at approximately 11:07 A.M. Mendocino County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the 1800 block of Yokayo Ranch Road in Talmage, California. 

Deputies learned a 43 year-old female had an argument regarding issues of infidelity and drug usage with Marco Rodriguez-Turner.  He reportedly became upset and sat on her face, preventing her from breathing for several seconds. 

The female ultimately bit Rodriguez-Turner in the back of the leg in order for him to get off of her. Rodriguez-Turner got off of the female, scratched the side of her neck, then broke several of her glass marijuana smoking devices. 

Rodriguez-Turner left the location on foot and was later contacted by Deputies. 

Deputies determined Rodriguez-Turner was currently on formal probation with a term including he must obey all laws.  Rodriguez Turner is also the protected party in a served domestic violence restraining order, preventing him from violence against the female, stemming from previous domestic violence cases between the two individuals. 

Rodriguez-Turner was placed under arrest for 1203.2 PC (Felony Violation of Probation), 243(e)(1) PC (Domestic Battery) and 273.6(a) PC (Violation of a Protective Order). 

Rodriguez-Turner was subsequently booked into the Mendocino County Jail where he was to be held in lieu of $40,000.00 bail.

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2 replies »

  1. THIS WRITE UP JOKE OF A REPORT IS NOT TRUE AND THEREFORE YOU SIR ARE AT RISK FOR A HEALTHY SLANDER AND LIBEL LAWSUIT. YOU ARE A JOKE NOT A REPORTER

    CAREFUL WHO YOU LIE ON

    ~DANIELLE RODRIGUEZ-TURNER

    • As stated above, this is a press release issued by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. I republished it. Common practice for news outlets. If you feel like what occurred was misrepresented, I’d be interested in interviewing you to get the real story out there.

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