A former ‘Officer for the Month’ in central Florida is facing felony charges after allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment and strangling her. According to the Gainesville Police Department, Officer Christopher Bivins unexpectedly met his 25-year-old ex-girlfriend on Friday, October 27 at Simons, a nightclub in Gainesville, Florida, while off duty. Authorities say that the former couple share a child together.
‘ Bivins’ ex-girlfriend to police that her apartment’s door frame was visibly damaged, and the front door was left open. Inside, Bivins was waiting for her. The woman told officers, Bivins ‘took control of (her) neck and took her to the floor on her back against her will,’ the report said. While she was on her back, Bivins allegedly kneeled on top of her, strangling her until she almost lost consciousness.
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