Man Arrested after his Girlfriend Dies – Claims it was a Bicycle Accident
Photo: Jacob D. Krzemski
LIVERMORE — A man with a history of domestic violence has been arrested after claiming his girlfriend had a bad bicycle accident. She subsequently died and authorities are still investigating her cause of death.
The suspect identified as 38-year-old Jacob D. Krzemski was taken into custody by Livermore police on April 14. The victim 47-year-old Corina Lee died a few hours after being transported to a hospital.
Krzemski has a lengthy arrest record for assaults, battery and domestic violence dating back to 2017. In fact, he was on probation and under a restraining order to stay away from the victim.
Nevertheless, the couple was apparently living together at the Royal Garden Apartments located on Junction Avenue in Livermore. It was Krzemski who phoned the police to report his girlfriend was injured.
Responding Livermore officers determined Krzemski had an outstanding warrant from Santa Cruz County, prior to locking him up. He was booked at Alameda County’s Santa Rita Jail, before he was transported to Santa Clara County Jail.
Krzemski remains in custody ineligible for release on bond. At this point, he faces charges for battery, false imprisonment by violence, and violating court orders. However, the investigation of his girlfriend’s death is ongoing, with her autopsy results still pending.
Anyone with information about this case can call the Livermore Police Department at 925-371-4790.