A Union man ended up in jail after he allegedly picked a woman up and then threw her to the ground.
Charles Nathan Crosby, 54, 111 Lybrand St., Union, is charged by the Union Public Safety Department with disorderly conduct and criminal domestic violence second offense.
The incident report states an officer responded to a disturbance call on Lybrand Street Saturday evening. Dispatch informed the officer that the caller who’d reported the disturbance was at a convenience store on West Main Street. As the officer went down Lybrand Street, the report states he noticed Crosby was being irate in the street. It further states that when Crosby saw the officer coming toward him he ran in the house.
The officer then went to where the complainant was standing with her children. The complainant told the officer that she’d seen Crosby pick the victim up and throw her to the ground. The officer then went to Crosby’s residence where he found Crosby and the victim. The report states the officer could tell that Crosby was intoxicated. The report describes Crosby as being loud and boisterous. The officer then placed Crosby under arrest for disorderly conduct.
After securing Crosby, the officer talked to the victim who had a busted lip and had been roughed up. Crosby was then charged with criminal domestic violence for what the report states was his second offense.
More Criminal Domestic Violence
Another Union man also ended in jail for allegedly grabbing a woman and, in this case, throwing her down on a bed.
Michael Anthony Dineen, 33, 207 Wilbur St., Union, is charged by the public safety department with criminal domestic violence second offense.
The incident report states an officer met Saturday morning with the victim who said she was at Dineen’s residence to speak with him about his visiting his children for Father’s Day. The victim said that while there she’d discovered Dineen had been drinking all night. She said Dineen became angry when she wouldn’t hug him. The woman said Dineen then grabbed her shirt at the neckline and threw her on the bed. She said when she finally got away from Dineen and tired to leave, his mother, Rose Lipsey, pushed her and tried pulling her into the residence to keep her from leaving. It was then the victim said that she managed to get out of the house and go to City Park where she called police.
Dineen was taken into custody and charged with criminal domestic violence second offense while his mother, Rose Marie Lipsey 51, 207 Wilbur St., Union, was charged with assault and battery.