Anderson firefighter arrested on 2 felony battery expenses
Jan. 31—ANDERSON — A member of the Anderson Hearth Division has been arrested on two felony expenses involving the battery of his girlfriend.
Tyler Lengthy, 31, 3600 block of West Cross Road, was arrested by the Madison County Sheriff’s Division on Sunday on expenses of felony confinement leading to average bodily damage and home battery leading to average bodily damage.
Lengthy was launched from the Madison County Jail after posting a $25,000 bond.
He has been a member of AFD since 2018.
Anderson Hearth Chief Dave Cravens stated Tuesday that Lengthy has been positioned on administrative go away and has not returned to work since his arrest.
Cravens will ask the Anderson Board of Public Security to proceed Lengthy’s administrative go away with out pay till the pending felony case concludes.
In line with Indiana code, some other disciplinary motion is delayed pending the end result of felony proceedings.
Deputies Gregory Adams and Nicholson Briles had been dispatched to Neighborhood Hospital concerning a girl who had been battered, in response to the possible trigger affidavit.
The medical workers instructed the deputies that the lady was having a scan due to a priority that she suffered cranium fractures from trauma to her head.
The girl instructed deputies she was at a bar with pals when Lengthy arrived and seemed to be intoxicated.
There was a verbal confrontation on the bar between Lengthy and pals of the lady.
The girl instructed deputies that Lengthy left, and he or she finally went to his residence.
At Lengthy’s residence, he continued to ask the lady what passed off on the bar as if he did not keep in mind.
At one level, the lady instructed Lengthy she wished his key to her residence as a result of she was ending the connection.
Lengthy then repeatedly threw the lady in opposition to objects inside the home, and he would not let her stand again up.
As the lady tried to go away, Lengthy picked her up and threw her outdoors of a storage. Lengthy retrieved her cellphone from inside the home and threw it on the bottom.
The girl had redness round her eyes and to the suitable facet of her face. Deputies noticed redness to her again and left facet, cuts to her left hand, cuts to each ankles and swelling of her left ankle.
On the time of his arrest, Lengthy requested if the lady was being arrested for hanging him, however deputies did not discover any seen indicators of redness or bruising on him.
He declined to be interviewed by the deputies.
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