MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A local woman said 30-year-old Jamar Webb brutally attacked her daughter while her children watched.
Police say they need your help to find him, so they can arrest him on domestic violence charges.
Bessie Wheelous said her daughter suffered fractures to the face after she said her ex-boyfriend, Jamar Webb, beat her on September 30 in the Hillsdale neighborhood in Mobile.
Wheelous claims that Webb drove her daughter and her children over to his mother’s house.
She says when Webb pulled up in the driveway, he pulled her daughter out of the car, beat her on the face and over the back of the head with a tree limb, and then took off running.
Wheelous says her daughter sustained facial fractures, and both she and her children are now going through counseling after the incident.
"My grandchildren are terribly afraid,” said Wheelous. “They saw the whole ordeal, and through it all they've been victims as well."
Police said they're looking for Webb, and they need your help to find him.
Webb has an extensive criminal background dating back to 2005, with previous charges of domestic violence, assault, and trafficking cocaine to name a few.
If you know anything about Jamar Webb's whereabouts, call mobile police at 251-208-7211.
The month of October is domestic violence awareness month.
If you are, or know someone, who is a victim of domestic violence, you can get local help at the Penelope House in Mobile.
You can contact the Penelope House at 251-342-2809 or visit www.penelopehouse.org.
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