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Warren man charged with raping an ex-girlfriend.

Published: Sat, March 15, 2014 @ 12:05 a.m.

Staff report


Anthony Reeves, 22, of Jefferson Street Southwest is in Trumbull County Jail in lieu of $175,000 bond, charged with raping an ex-girlfriend.

He appeared for arraignment Friday in Warren Municipal Court before Judge Terry F. Ivanchak.

Police arrested Reeves earlier this week after a 26-year-old Belmont Street woman reported that Reeves raped her early Monday.

She said she went home and found that Reeves, an ex-boyfriend who is the father of her children, was at the house.

She told police he comes to the house to see the children sometimes, and she told him he could stay but he needed to sleep on the couch.

He refused to leave her room and raped her, she told police. She kicked him in the face and beat him during and after the assault, then he left.

A police officer observed several black-and-blue marks on her neck and chest. Police took her to St. Joseph Health Center for treatment.


1samIam(211 comments)posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago

She's lying
The International Chiefs of Police, FOP, and dozens of other police organizations have an agenda of felonizing the American population Police have a vested interest in incarcerating as many people as possible for a slew of reasons that all have to do with furthering the work of policing and nothing to do with law and order. When you are locked up for even a few minutes you are fingerprinted and photographed. When you are incarcerated for a longer period many stated require DNA sampling. A population that has been fingerprinted, photographed, and DNA typed is a population that is very easy to control. If you want someone you can simply reach out and take them. A population that has a prior criminal record is composed of people for whom very little – if any – popular sympathy will flow. No one believes a convicted person. A population of people with felony convictions is an un-armed population. A population of prior felony convicts is a population with substantially reduced civil rights. The reason for wanting to have you charged with a crime – any crime- and convicted of a crime – any crime - are legion. In the end police and prosecutors are hot to prosecute and convict solely because more convictions is good for them.

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2YSU_Alumna(34 comments)posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago

To samlam: what? Is there a polygraph imbedded in your version of this article? And is the word "population" on your word-a-day calendar? Your nonsensical rant would be amusing if it wasn't just a bit frightening.

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3fillbilly(3 comments)posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago

To samiam: You're wrong when it comes to people w/ felonies being UNARMED. Chances are that if you are a felon, you got your gun off the streets. Also, we run the risk of crime rates increasing because these FELONS have a very hard time securing gainful employment. 3/4 of companies in the United States just don't want to take a chance on hiring a convicted felon. What are the felons to do? Chances are, they resort to illegal activity to get by. It's a vicious circle. A catch-22, if you will.

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4billdog1(941 comments)posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago

Hahahahahahahahahha, Crazy. Like I tell most people, "Know who your around. Don't trust people that show you that they can't be trusted." My guess is this idiot did what he is accused of doing. Unless they both like the ruff stuff. samlam, get a grip, with your thinking we would all be in jail.

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