HESPERIA, Calif. – A Hesperia man was arrested after assaulting his mother authorities said.
On Sunday, April 14, 2018, at round 8:20 p.m., deputies from the Hesperia station responded to calls reporting that a woman was banging in doors asking for police on the 16400 block of Bodart Street. When deputies arrived they learned that the woman was attempting to calm her son, 30-year-old Steven Calderon down after he became upset. “Calderon then threatened victim, which made victim believe Calderon was going to harm her,” Hesperia Sheriff’s Station Spokesman Edgar Moran said. “The victim ran out of the residence with Calderon running behind her.” Calderon chased her and threw her to the ground, she got up and began running again. Calderon caught her again and hit her in the face. She got up and ran to a neighbors home.
Calderon left before the deputies arrived. The woman suffered from swelling to her face and her forehead. A few hours later deputies made contact with Calderon who was booked into jail for Battery with Serious Injury. He is being held in lieu of $225,000 bail.
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