Salinas Woman Off to Prison for Breaking Family Friend’s Arm During Argument
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SALINAS — 38-year-old Monica Isaura Longoria will spend the next two years and eight months in prison for an incident which left a family friend brutalized with a broken arm.
On October 26, 2016, Longoria was out on a day pass from a residential treatment program when she got into an argument at the family home. The 60-year-old woman with whom she argued, identified only as a friend of the family, was injured when Longoria threw a chair at her. The chair struck her in the arm and caused a fracture to her ulna.
Longoria is then said to have forced the woman face down onto the couch, climbed onto her back, and punched her several times in the head.
One of Longoria’s relatives saw what was happening and called police.
Longoria has since pleaded guilty to battery causing serious bodily injury and false imprisonment by violence. She was sentenced by Judge Carrie M. Panetta.