Saturday, April 19, 2014

Interim Suspension For Criminal Conviction

The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered the interim suspension of a attorney convicted of a felony offense.

NBCi4.com had the story of the arrest

A local attorney was arrested after he allegedly tried to break into his ex-girlfriend's home and got into a fight Monday night.

According to 911 calls, a woman called authorities Monday night, claiming that someone broke into her home in the 2300 block of Bush Blvd. in Reynoldsburg.

Monday night, neighbors said they heard screams from the home, and called 911.

"I saw the guy literally just stop three times on the guy's face," said neighbor Cody Wolfsen. "Apparently it all started in the house. I could only imagine what a kid had to go through to see that happen because it was intense."

The victim told police that her 2-year-old daughter was upstairs during the incident.

Upon arrival, police arrested Gerald Salters, who is an attorney, according to the Columbus Bar Association.

Salters was arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Licking County on charges of driving under the influence, aggravated burglary, and endangering children.

A report from the same source has additional details. (Mike Frisch)

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