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Mom, adult son accused of attacking man with baseball bat

LARGO — A mother and her adult son are accused of beating a family member's fiance with a baseball bat Tuesday night, according to arrest reports.

Pamela F. Moore, 54, and her son, Jeremy J. Moore, 30, were each charged with aggravated domestic battery.

According to the reports, Pamela Moore's daughter was arguing with her fiance, Timothy Davy, at Moore's home at 15454 59th St. N in unincorporated Largo around 7 p.m., when Pamela and Jeremy Moore attacked Davy with a baseball bat.

Davy sustained a broken hand and a large lump on the back of his head, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.

Both mother and son admitted hitting Davy, but they each denied causing his injuries, the reports say.

On Wednesday afternoon, both were being held without bail in the Pinellas County Jail.

Mom, adult son accused of attacking man with baseball bat 02/02/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 2, 2011 3:50pm]
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