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Man arrested on domestic charges

Arttice J. Turner, 34, of 17 Memorial Place was placed in Clark County Jail early Friday morning on charges of domestic violence and assault.

A 43-year-old woman he knows accused him of grabbing her, throwing her to the ground and dragging her back to his apartment as she tried to go across a hallway for help about 5:15 a.m., according to a Springfield police report.

When officers arrived, they could hear yelling and then a physical altercation inside. An officer kicked in the door and witnessed Turner pull his hand away from the woman.

He briefly struggled with police before being taken into custody. An officer sustained abrasions to his arm and hand during the scuffle. STAFF REPORT

Man charged with domestic violence

A Springfield man was placed in Clark County Jail on a domestic violence charge after police were called to his home about 11:45 p.m. Thursday.

According to a Springfield police report, Vasiliy V. Steinhauer, 24, of 118 W. Southern Ave. took his belt with silver studs off and chased her around the house, striking her several times with it, then fled the home.

Officers located him about 1:40 am. Friday at the home, where he’s alleged to have reached for a pocket knife in his pants pocket after being ordered to keep his hands away.

The woman had welts on her arm and an abrasion on her ankle. STAFF REPORT

Thefts

• Eight chainsaws, a laptop, cash, a tablet computers, two e-reader tablets and a digitial camera valued at more than $2,500 were reported stolen between 9:50 and 11 a.m. Thursday during a home burglary in the 500 block of North Belmont Avenue.

• Gift cards and cash valued at about $2,000 were reported stolen from the gift table at a wedding May 11 in the 10 block of South Fountain Avenue. STAFF REPORTS


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