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Thursday, August 27, 2009

[OH] Officer Dorsey accused of attacking girlfriend and her 5 year old daughter spent 50 minutes in jail

...The suspect is accused of holding a knife to his girlfriend's throat... reportedly pushed the woman's 5-year-old daughter, causing her to lose her balance and hit her head... knocking the same girl to the ground and screaming in her face... dumping a bucket of Pine Sol on his girlfriend's car, kicking her in the stomach and shoving her out of the house... girlfriend [is] "hesitant" about pursuing charges against Dorsey...

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[OH] Officer Dorsey charged with 2 counts of domestic violence

SPECIAL PROSECUTOR ASSIGNED TO WILLARD OFFICER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE

Norwalk Reflector
By Cary Ashby
Wednesday August 26 2009, 4:10pm
[Excerpts] A special prosecutor has been assigned to pursue the domestic violence case against Willard Police Officer Joshua M. Dorsey. R. Lee Shepherd, of Shelby, will represent the state after Willard Assistant Law Director Scott Christophel filed a motion Tuesday in Norwalk Municipal Court. The defendant, Dorsey, 27, of 127 Crestwood Drive, is represented by defense attorney Richard Hauser... The suspect is accused of holding a knife to his girlfriend's throat... After Dorsey reportedly pushed the woman's 5-year-old daughter, causing her to lose her balance and hit her head on a nearby couch, the officer is further accused of knocking the same girl to the ground and screaming in her face while holding her there... dumping a bucket of Pine Sol on his girlfriend's car, kicking her in the stomach and shoving her out of the house... Strong described the girlfriend as being "hesitant" about pursuing charges against Dorsey, but wrote that she said she would do it so Dorsey "learns a lesson and doesn't do this again to myself or someone else." Dorsey was released from jail after spending nearly 50 minutes behind bars and posting a $5,000 bond the day of the incident. The next day, on Aug. 7, Judge John Ridge granted the woman a temporary protection order... [Full article here]

WILLARD COP ACCUSED OF HOLDING KNIFE AT GIRLFRIEND'S JAW

Norwalk Reflector
By Cary Ashby
Friday August 21 2009
[Excerpts] A Willard police officer accused of assaulting the mother of one of his children is scheduled to appear for a pretrial hearing Tuesday in Norwalk Municipal Court. Joshua M. Dorsey, 27, of 127 Crestwood Drive, is charged with two counts of domestic violence in connection with an Aug. 6 incident. If convicted of the first-degree misdemeanors, he could face up to six months in the Huron County Jail and a $1,000 maximum fine on each charge. Dorsey was released from jail after spending nearly 50 minutes behind bars and posting a $5,000 bond the day of the incident... Chief Joe Daniel, in an Aug. 7 letter to Dorsey, ordered the officer to turn his department firearms or weapons into him or Assistant Chief Mark Holden. The chief also prohibited him from performing "the duties and responsibilities of a Willard police officer" or possessing any weapons or firearms which would identify him as a member of the department... About 1:30 p.m. Aug. 6, Detective Adam Strong said he reported meeting with Daniel, who had received a call from Huron County Children Services about Dorsey reportedly pushing "a small child into a piece of furniture and had possibly assaulted his girlfriend"... [Full article here]
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5 comments:

  1. here's the latest on this dirt bag:

    http://www.norwalkreflector.com/articles/2010/01/25/front/iq_907340.txt

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  2. his new girlfriend is now at st vincent medical in a coma from falling down stairs!

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  3. Please keep me updated. I'll pray for her.

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  4. Please contact me. cloudwriter@gmail.com

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