A Federal Corrections Officer was arrested for battery after getting physical with a woman at a party on Monday.

Federal Corrections Officer Arrested For Battery At Davenport Party

A Federal Corrections Officer was arrested for battery after getting physical with a woman at a party on Monday.

POLK COUNTY, Fla. – A Federal Corrections Officer was arrested for battery after getting physical with a woman at a party on Monday.

According to deputies, on January 2, 2023, Polk County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 33-year-old Eric Medina of Mascotte, Florida, for Battery (M1).

Medina is employed as a correctional officer at the Federal Correctional Complex in Coleman, Sumter County.

According to the affidavit, Medina was at a party with friends in Davenport and was asked to leave at around 2:00 a.m. when he became heavily intoxicated and began arguing with others at the party.

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The argument turned physical when Medina grabbed a female victim “by the left arm against her will, leaving scratch marks.”

The victim told deputies that “everyone was drinking and having a good time when the suspect started acting weird.”

She tried to calm Medina down, and that is when he grabbed her arm.

“It is never alright to physically hurt someone, and as an officer at a federal correctional facility, Mr. Medina knew better. Now he has experienced the other side of jail lock-up,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

Medina was arrested and transported to the Polk County Jail where he was released after paying a $500 bond.

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