A Bell County grand jury this week indicted a Killeen man on a felony charge after police said he broke into a woman’s home and choked her during an alleged incident earlier this year. Police said that the victim and her daughter turned the tables on Otis Corey Limbacker III during the alleged incident and had him pinned to the ground by the time officers arrived.
Limbacker III, 45, was being held in the Bell County Jail on Thursday in lieu of a bond of $75,000, on the third-degree felony charge.
Just after 1 a.m. on Feb. 19, Killeen police were called to the 1700 block of Smith Drive to investigate a report of a violent domestic incident.
“Upon arrival, the officers were met by a juvenile who escorted them into the home and directed them to a back room where they observed two females pinning a male — who later was identified as Limbacker III — to the floor,” according to the arrest affidavit. “Officers … took control of Otis, who told them that he did not have a firearm on him. However, as they handcuffed (Limbacker III), they located a pistol inside his right-side waistband, and they removed it.”
The victim — who was one of the women holding Limbacker III down when officers arrived, along with her daughter — told police that Limbacker was angry and left the residence. Because he had a key, she and the children locked the doors and went to bed, according to the affidavit.
“She reported that a short time later, Otis entered the residence by climbing through her son’s bedroom window and apparently headed straight for the master bedroom, where she was lying on the bed,” police said. “She told police that Otis entered the bedroom and immediately climbed on top of her and while straddling her, put both hands around her neck and began to choke her.”
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