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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

December 23, 2012
Salem News

- Deputies received a call at 1:54 a.m Saturday regarding a report of unlawful restraint that took place in the 28000 block of King Road. A warrant was issued for Charles Green, 28154 King Road after a female complainant advised she was a passenger in vehicle operated by him. She advised that they had crossed U.S. 62 onto Westville Lake Road and she jumped out of the vehicle because she was afraid to go to his residence. There was a pickup behind them and she jumped into the bed and asked the driver for help but he did not. Green exited his vehicle, grabbed her and placed her on his shoulder and put her back in his car and drove to his residence. While there he allegedly started breaking things and directing degrading names toward the complainant who managed to call her stepfather. He couldn't make out anything but her crying so he went to Green's residence and he allowed the complainant answer the door because he knew she had not called the sheriff. The stepfather told her if she wanted to leave to get in his car. Green then came out and told her to get out and stay there. She said she wasn't and left with her stepfather. At U.S. 62 and the Westville Lake Road traffic light Green overtook and got in front of them. Green exited his vehicle and came to the driver's side door and told her to get out and she said she wasn't and asked her stepfather to "just go" and they went around Green's car and headed westbound on U.S. 62. and Green followed them into Alliance and she called 911 and the Alliance police were nearby and responded and charged Green with menacing. Deputies took statements from the complainant and her stepfather that will be reviewed by the Columbiana County prosecutor's office and they were given written directions to the Goshen Township Police Department where an assault occurred earlier. Green was still at large Saturday afternoon, according to the Columbiana County Sheriff's Department.

 
 
 

 

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