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Jul 20, 2009

Michael Dyer charged for harming common-law-wife

Story PictureMagistrate Dorothy Flowers also dealt with the case of a security guard accused of beating his common-law-wife. Forty-one year old Michael Dyer faces charges of Harm for the assault and Damage to Property for breaking his common-law-wife’s cellular phone. The woman reported to police that she arrived home in a taxi at about three-thirty on Saturday morning and was met by an angry Dyer, who slapped her. She says she ran into the house, where he followed her, threw her phone on the ground and proceeded to beat her. The woman was taken to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where her bruises and abrasions were classified by a doctor as harm. Dyer, who was unrepresented in court, pleaded not guilty to the charges and was offered and met bail of seven hundred and fifty dollars. He is to reappear in court on September first.

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1 Response for “Michael Dyer charged for harming common-law-wife”

  1. nlee1 says:

    These men are crazy. Who is this guy trying to say beat the woman if it was not him. He pled not guilty, is he trying to say that she beat “herself”

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