An accused batterer has entered a plea of guilty to domestic abuse battery of a household member.
Albert Sneed II, 27, of the 900 block of Lee Street, entered a plea of guilty in front of 26th Judicial District Judge Mike Nerren. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended with one year of active supervised probation, according to court records. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail with credit for time served, anger management classes and $500 plus court costs within 90 days.
He must make full restitution to the victim for medical bills and have no contact.
Sneed turned himself in to police Wednesday, Oct. 7.
On Friday, Oct. 2, the victim told police she and Sneed got into an altercation, and Sneed reportedly struck her in the head and face during the argument. Minden Police Chief Steve Cropper said at the time of his arrest, the victim reported he dragged her from her car and back into the residence after she escaped the initial altercation.
“The altercation apparently started inside the house,” the chief said at the time of his arrest, “She got outside to her car and he drug her back inside the house.”
The victim then reportedly went to her mother’s home following the altercation, and the victim’s mother called police. When police arrived at the victim’s mother’s home, Cropper said they noted scratches on her back and she had a swollen face.
She sought medical care to rule out any fractures to her face, Cropper said.
He was originally charged with second-degree battery and domestic abuse battery.