Crime

Willie Feltner, 40, Berea, was charged with fourth-degree assault (domestic violence/minor injury) and first-degree strangulation after he was arrested by Berea police on Tuesday.

According to a citation, an officer was dispatched and spoke with the victim. Upon contact with the victim she said she and Feltner had been in an argument. She said during the altercation Feltner struck her open handed twice in the face. She appeared red on both sides of her face.

The citation states, there was also a second victim on the scene. She told police when Feltner arrived they got into an argument over the fact he was not supposed to be there. She said Feltner grabbed her by her hand and strangled her. She said he placed his hand on the center of her throat and she was having a hard time breathing. She said as he was strangling her he struck her in the face with an open hand. Her throat was red and she seemed to have a hard time speaking with officers.

Feltner was taken to the Madison County Detention Center.

Other arrests include:

• James Willis, 31, Richmond, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense), first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense), buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Davon Harris, 18, Centerline, MI, failure to wear seat belts, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to four grams cocaine/first offense), aggravated trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to 28 grams fentanyl), possession of marijuana, no operators moped license, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense), first-degree promoting contraband.

• Damon Harris, 22, Centerline, MI, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to four grams cocaine/first offense), aggravated trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to 28 grams fentanyl), possession of marijuana. Tampering with physical evidence, first-degree promoting contraband.

The Register collects and publishes police reports as a public service to its readers. The reports often contain allegations against individuals and do not mean the individuals actually committed a crime. All people named in connection with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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