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Man arrested for throwing hot oil on his neighbor back in 2003

Victor Duvall Beaugard Victor Duvall Beaugard

by Brandon Hartman

KILLEEN - A man is in hot water after he threw some hot oil on his neighbor back on March 16, 2003.

Victor Duvall Beaugard was arrested in Blytheville, Arkansas back on November 23rd of this year for the crime.

The arrest warrant was issued back in 2003 after it was reported that he threw hot oil on his neighbor, Olivia Gordon, during a dispute in the 7200 block of Clear Creek Road.

According to the affidavit, Gordon stated that she was outside her home when she observed her roommate, James Merritt, and Beaugard engaging in an argument. Gordon and Merritt went inside their home following the argument.

Minutes later the two saw Beaugard walking toward a nearby dumpster carrying a bag of trash and a pan. Merritt believed that Beaugard intended to cause harm to his automobile with the contents of the pan and went outside to confront him. Gordon followed him outside and told both of them to return home. This is when Beaugard splashed both Gordon and Merritt in the face with the contents of the pan, which contained boiling hot cooking oil. Gordon was treated for 2nd degree burns at Darnall Army Community Hospital and suffered permanent scarring as a result.

Beaugard has been charged with aggravated assault. His bond has been set at $30,000.

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