A Winona woman is facing criminal charges after she allegedly hit a child in the head several times before knocking her down the stairs.
Kenneth Evans, 24, was arrested by the Brookfield Township Police Department after a disturbance at a home in Masury, northeast of Youngstown. He then announced that he was a police officer and "pushed the door open", ABC News reports. The woman's son and his 26-year-old friend drove by and saw the woman running, and drove off in pursuit of Barrios when the 55-year-old told them what happened, according to a police report.
The woman told police that Evans began screaming at her while she was driving him home.
Police believe that Perez tried to keep him from getting out, as they said that boards were set up at every window and that Perez had asked neighbors to help her switch locks. "The house was completely trashed, with the couch upside down against the wall".
In a statement provided to The Associated Press, Alexandra Argyropoulos, a former friend of the Harts, said she "witnessed what I felt to be controlling emotional abuse and cruel punishment" toward the six children.
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Police went to the address and were taken to a shack in the backyard.
Evans was charged with domestic violence and was booked in Trumbull County Jail Wednesday. Smith failed to appear in court for her first appearance, and a warrant was issued for her arrest, according to court documents.