Times Tribune Staff Report
A Keavy man was arrested by Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies for domestic violence charges on Thursday, according to Sheriff John Root.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence complaint on Locust Grove Road, 13 miles south of London in the Keavy community about 6:30 Thursday evening. Upon arrival, they learned that Frank Bores, 47, had allegedly threatened and struck his wife because she had awakened him to eat. Deputies noted bruises on her arms, and a red mark on her face, according to Root. Bores was charged with fourth-degree assault and transported to the Laurel County Detention Facility.
Laurel County Sheriff’s Senior Sgt. Greg Poynter, Deputy Robbie Grimes, and Deputy Greg Turner responded to the scene.
In a separate incident, a London man was arrested on domestic violence charges on Friday afternoon for assaulting a passenger in his vehicle, according to Laurel CountySheriff John Root.
Laurel County Sheriff’s Senior Sgt. Greg Poynter and Deputy Robbie Grimes were dispatched to complaint of a male subject fighting and slapping his passenger inside a moving vehicle on American Greeting Road, 10 miles south of London on Friday shortly after 3 p.m. When deputies arrived at the scene, they learned that the vehicle had pulled off into a business parking lot, and that Garett W. Turner, 53, had grabbed his passenger, threw her onto the ground and slapped her in the face, according to Root.
Turner was arrested and charged with fourth-degree assault and transported to the Laurel County Detention Facility.
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