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Thursday, November 15, 2007

[OH] Officer Landell Collins charged with domestic violence

Cop attacked her, wife says
The Cincinnati Enquirer
By Kimball Perry
11/15/2007
[Excerpts] A Lincoln Heights auxiliary police officer was jailed today on a $10,000 bond after his estranged wife told police he pulled her to the ground by her hair and assaulted her. Landell Collins, 38, of Hartwell, was arrested early today and charged with domestic violence. His estranged wife, Linetta Clark-Collins, told police her husband arrived Tuesday at the Amberley Village home where she has been staying since the couple split. He was picking up their 4-year-old son. As she was placing the boy in his car, she told police, her husband became angry and began menacingly waving a cell phone in her face. Believing he was going to hit her with the phone, she grabbed it and ran toward the house. "I was grabbed by the hair before I got to the door and pulled down to the ground where I scrapped my elbow, back and foot as well as breaking a couple of fingernails," she told police. "I fought off his attack striking him several times before he finally got off me, taking his phone back and leaving"... Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge John Burlew ordered Collins held on a $10,000 unsecured appearance bond that requires only his signature... The judge also ordered Collins to surrender his service gun, to carry no weapons while the case is pending and to stay away from his wife.

14 comments:

  1. please keep this article current, it helps women who might date him to know the truth

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  2. If you see something email it to cloudwriter@gmail.com.

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  3. if this really happen to this woman then why is he still a cop and why is he still a free man i think its bs that all wemen have to do is claim that a man did something and the man is taken off to jail now maybe this time it is true but the claims come in every day that are false RMP

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  4. I was going to reply to that... but I'll pass.

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  5. Sometimes you have to read between the lines to see the truth. There seems to be more behind the story than meets the eye and before convicting someone it would probably be better to know the whole truth. In this senario Mrs. Collins said that she took his phone, the phone had nothing to do with the exchanging of the child and Mr. Collins was attempting to get his phone back. She may have gotten a few scatches and a brusied ego but we have to be adults and take responsibility for our own actions. Maybe he should have called the police on her and filed charges for theft.

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  6. Are you guessing? Were you there?

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  8. AnonymousMay 19, 2010

    This is my family i know linetta collins and landell they are my aunt and uncle and i never knew this happpened to her OMG

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  9. AnonymousMay 25, 2010

    she has moved on with her life, check the records, she divorced him! The thing is if you knew them, you would know that both of them are great people, but I know personally that Landell asked his wife not to prosecute him, she even told the judge at the courtroom that she did not want him prosecuted, but to get mental health help. The funny thing about domestic violence is there are people on each side, but if he was a trained officer, he should have new better even if she did take the phone. Get the police reports, its public record! They arrested him, the police, not his wife, she didnt press charges, they were trying to force her to be against him. Get a clue, those of you who are angry, need to get therapy. Both of them are loving, just in a bad situation. If you knew Landell, he is a quite man, but has an anger problem, she is loving, and I know personally will do anything for you, but she is strong minded. Abuse is abuse. Look at the City of Cinti chief, still on the job after abusing his wife..wake up.

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  10. AnonymousMay 25, 2010

    who said it was the wifes site??!! This isn't her doing, she and he may want to get jobs but there business is in the street! She is a doctor, and he is a police officer, so who in their right mind wants this to stay up? They have a son, this is my aunt and my uncle, those of you who don't know, stop making comments, its so old, and my aunt and uncle are divorced, she divorced him, but I want him, my uncle to get help.

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  11. im glad our uncle still has his job, and everything worked out for the best.

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  12. AnonymousJuly 26, 2012

    damn i ant even kno this happened and this my damn daddy!

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  13. I'm sorry you found out here. Nobody's perfect. I believe only God is and that all of us fall short.

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  14. always find out both sides "to this is my damn daddy" because nobody is perfect in this world.

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