Sandyston Man Accused of Knocking Wife Unconscious, Fleeing Home

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A Sandyston man accused of knocking his wife unconscious and fleeing their home has been released from jail. According to the New Jersey Herald, Jay Ferris threw the woman, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, to the ground, elbowed her multiple times in the midsection and stepped on her head. The woman was reportedly rendered unconscious when Ferris "threw" her against a pool table.

The 55-year-old is facing charges that include second-degree aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury and fourth-degree obstruction. He was reportedly released from jail on the conditions that doesn't have direct or indirect contact with the victim and doesn't have access to weapons.

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