Woman arrested while trying to bail out man who beat herBy Mason White 11:00 AM January 15, 2015
|Cynthia Walker and Alexander Yetman|
By: Wayne Morin
A woman in Florida, was arrested after attempting to bail out the man who allegedly beat her up.
47-year-old Cynthia Walker tried to bail out the man of the Flagler County Detention Center.
Walker came to the jail about 8:00 p.m. on Friday. According to officers, “she seemed very nervous and she was wearing sunglasses even though it was after sunset.”
Officers determined that the prisoner, whom she was trying to bail out, could not have contact with her. She and the man, who was identified as Alexander Yetman, were ordered to stay away from each other.
Yetman, 35, was arrested the day before for allegedly beating Walker.
Deputies explained that since she cannot have contact with Yetman, she cannot bail him out. Officers then offered Walker a ride back to her hotel room, and she accepted the offer.
Walker failed to tell officers that she had been beaten her badly and was left with two black eyes.
Officers told Walker that “before they transported her they are required to check her person and her bags.
Walter handed over her purse and officers found drugs, including methamphetamine, marijuana, prescription drugs, and a glass pipe, according to the police report.
Walker told deputies that she believed someone from the hotel may have put narcotics in her purse despite the fact that she was alone in her hotel room.
Walker was booked into the Flagler County Detention Center. Her bail was set at $26,000. While being booked, she removed her glasses so officers were able to see her bloody and bruised eyes, which Yetman allegedly caused.