Man hits, fights brother, chokes children, charged with battery, cruelty
Jehoshaphat Reed said he arrived home to find his two children, a girl age 11 and a boy age 7, in the front yard crying. They said the complainant’s brother had entered the home and was taking parts of off their washer and dryer. The boy said he tried to stop him from removing the items and was choked and then thrown against the wall in the trailer.
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