ITHACA N.Y. — An Ithaca man is charged with assaulting his girlfriend and stealing her phone Thursday morning, court records show.
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Jason Mosher, 29, is accused of attacking his girlfriend around 1:30 a.m. after she tried to leave a home on the 200 block of South Geneva Street, records show.
He’s charged with a misdemeanor for third-degree assault and felony fourth-degree grand larceny.
Felony complain records detailed the following narrative:
Mosher was at a home with his girlfriend when she decided to leave the residence because he was giving her “a hard time.”
The girlfriend tried to call her brother when Mosher allegedly took the phone from her, bit her thumb and continued to assault her, leaving her with a bruise on her face.
He then dragged her out of the apartment and locked her out.
He also allegedly threw the $200 phone into bushes. It was not recovered.
Mosher is scheduled to appear in Ithaca City Court on Sept. 11.
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