Waupaca man accused of choking a woman after she said no to sex
Cedric D. Robbins, 39, Waupaca, is charged with felony strangulation, felony suffocation, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct as acts of domestic abuse.
On Friday, May 29, Waupaca Police Officer Nicole Hahn met with a woman who said her verbal altercations with Robbins, which she had reported earlier, had become physical.
According to the criminal complaint, the woman described a conversation Robbins had with a relative, asking her to take care of his son if anything happened to him or the woman. She said Robbins had threatened her with a knife earlier the same day as that conversation with his relative.
The woman told Hahn that a week earlier, Robbins came into the bedroom while she was taking a nap and wanted sex. When she said no, Robbins allegedly became angry, held her down and placed a pillow over her face and threatened to take her child away from her or kill her if she wanted to be with anyone else. He then placed his hands around her neck and choked her, the complaint says.
On May 27, after the woman took her son to school, Robbins called her and demanded that she come home immediately. When she arrived, Robbins allegedly grabbed the woman by her jacket, slammed her into a wall, and shook her back and forth.