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Police headlines


Woman jailed on domestic charge

Clarissa S. Posey, 26, of 244 Rice St., was placed in Clark County Jail on a domestic violence charge on Wednesday.

She’s accused of biting a 29-year-old man she knows on the finger, causing it to bleed, about 2:30 a.m. at her home, according to a Springfield police report.

He was treated at the scene by Springfield medics. STAFF REPORT

Man charged with felony domestic violence

Joshua A. Voorhees, 22, of 33 N. Western Ave., was placed in Clark County Jail Tuesday on a felony domestic violence charge.

He’s accused of trying to kick a 21-year-old pregnant woman he knows in the stomach about 9 p.m outside the Family Dollar store on West Main Street. STAFF REPORT

Thefts

• A log splitter, valued at $2,400, was reported stolen between 9 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday from a caged area at Sunbelt Rentals, 1609 N. Bechltle Avenue, Springfield.

• A briefcase and sushi chef tools, valued at $1,500, were reported stolen Tuesday from the baggage storage area of a bus that stopped at BP on South Limestone Street, Springfield. The victim said he was traveling from New York to Cincinnati to start a new job as a sushi chef. STAFF REPORTS


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