Woodbury Man Convicted of Domestic Assault
Jesse Andrew Jungwirth was convicted after he was accused of punching his ex-girlfriend, slapping her and ripping her bra.
A Woodbury man was recently sentenced to jail time after he was convicted assaulted his ex-girlfriend at her home.
Jesse Andrew Jungwirth, 27, was convicted of misdemeanor domestic assault stemming from the incident. He was given 90 days in jail, with credit for 52 days served, and ordered to provide authorities with a DNA sample.
According to the criminal complaint:
Officers on May 15 were dispatched to a home at the 3100 block of Juniper Lane on a report of a trespassing incident.
A woman and her daughter woke up to find Jungwirth asleep on a couch, and police were told he had ingested an unknown number of pills of Clonazepam. He was found nearby and transported to Woodwinds Hospital for evaluation for a possible overdose.
The woman, Jungwirth’s ex-girlfriend, told police he refused to leave when they found him on the couch, and he threw a vacuum cleaner down the stairs and wrapped a shirt around his hand and punched her in the ribs. An officer found a welt on her ribs forming.
She told police Jungwirth slapped her face and ripped her bra, and she was afraid for herself and her daughter.
Jungwirth admitted to entering the home and said they argued and he slapped her leg.