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Area man in jail on multiple charges

Thursday, May 26, 2011

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Dustin Grissom
A Coalmont man faces numerous felony battery allegations after an initial investigation into an attempted dog theft discovered a series of battery incidents against an undisclosed female victim.

On Tuesday, Dustin Grissom, 23, Coalmont, was taken into custody on an arrest warrant issued by Clay Circuit Court earlier that day. After reviewing the case file and documentation presented for the arrest warrant, Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout issued the warrant on the following preliminary charges, including:

* Four class C felony charges of Battery with Bodily Injury,

* Four class A misdemeanor charges of Domestic Battery,

* One class B felony Criminal Confinement,

* One class C felony Intimidation,

* One class D felony Strangulation, and

* One class D felony Domestic Animal Cruelty.

According to investigators, the charges stem from a series of violent acts, one including the use of a firearm as intimidation, allegedly committed by Grissom starting in March and continuing until May 22.

Although the initial report by the victim was false, in a press release by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, officials confirmed the battered victim was "in fear of Grissom" and afraid to tell detectives what really happened.

Officials also confirmed Grissom has been arrested for multiple incidents on multiple criminal charges in the past.

Taken into custody on a $100,000 cash bond (with no 10 percent allowed), Grissom is currently incarcerated at the Clay County Justice Center awaiting formal court proceedings on the matter.

The Putnam County Sheriff's Department was also involved in the case, which remains under investigation as there is potential for more charges to be filed in the future.


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I don't think "that trash" is white, ramo314

-- Posted by houseofhate on Fri, May 27, 2011, at 5:37 AM

give me the rock ! it's time to get back to Hard time. Prison is to soft! you have more rights in prison than out.

-- Posted by carebuttonbroke on Fri, May 27, 2011, at 10:58 AM

I'm a little different on the abuse issue. Women know what to do if they are being abused. Animals now I think they should throw the book at the idiot. I'm honestly learning to hate people sometimes.

-- Posted by Cardonia Redneck on Sat, May 28, 2011, at 2:23 AM

Some how these guys need to be treated like they treat others!

-- Posted by clycogrl on Sun, Jun 5, 2011, at 10:56 AM


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