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Bond set for Bloomington man accused of strangulation

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Jacob M.J. Newton

Jacob M.J. Newton, 24, of Bloomington, is charged with aggravated domestic battery - strangulation.

BLOOMINGTON — Bond has been set for a Bloomington man who was held in custody last week on an aggravated domestic battery charge.

Jacob Newton, 23, was ordered Tuesday to post $7,535 to be released from the McLean county jail after being accused of punching and strangling a household member the night of Feb. 22 and into Feb. 23, according to prosecutors.

He was ordered to have no contact with the victim or the location of the alleged incident.

An arraignment was previously scheduled for March 19.


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