VICTORVILLE — A convicted felon pleaded not guilty to a second domestic battery charge this year in a Victorville courtroom Thursday.
Sergio Brandon Puebla is facing a misdemeanor domestic battery charge, three months after being sentenced to 36 months of supervised probation and 30 days in county jail for felony domestic battery, court records show.
Puebla was also convicted of battery in 2012, court records show. He is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 25 for violating parole and Aug. 29 for pre-trial, court records show.
Lt. Mike Hunter said Barstow police arrested Puebla, 20, at approximately 1:39 p.m. Tuesday after Puebla turned himself in at the police department. Police were looking for Puebla after they responded to a call from a woman alleging her boyfriend was yelling at her and throwing things around their apartment on Aug. 14, Hunter said. Puebla fled the residence before police arrived.
He is currently being held at high Desert Detention Center in Adelanto in lieu of $25,000 on the robbery charge and ineligible for bail on the parole violation, booking records show.