Deputies: Warrants signed for man accused of shoving gun in woman’s mouth, beating her

UNION, SC (FOX Carolina) –

Union County deputies said arrest warrants have been signed for a man accused of beating a woman and putting a gun in her mouth Monday afternoon.

Deputies met with the 24-year-old victim on Tuesday. She told them her ex-boyfriend, 26-year-old Charles Milan Boyle II, offered to give her a ride home on Monday, per incident reports. The victim said Boyle instead took a detour and began hitting her.

The victim said Boyle began driving to a shooting range, then put a gun in her mouth and threatened to shoot her.

The victim threatened to call 911 and said Boyle changed directions and took her home.

Deputies said the victim had visible bruises on her arms and legs.

Deputies said they are working to track down and arrest Boyle after a judge issued a warrant for assault and battery third degree.

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