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A actual physical altercation led to the arrest of a Warsaw male for little one molestation.

Justin Nathan Frazier, 24, of 3043 Inverness Position, Warsaw, is charged with child molesting, a Degree 4 felony tried strangulation, a Degree 6 felony and battery, a Class B misdemeanor.

He was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail at 7:06 p.m. Aug. 10. His bond was tentatively established at $5,250.

According to the probable trigger affidavit filed Friday, Warsaw law enforcement responded to a fight in progress. On arrival, law enforcement could hear the appears of crying, dogs barking, yelling and products breaking inside of the home.

Two young woman juveniles came working out the home. They were crying and screaming and went toward police.

Police knocked on the door of the residence, determining on their own. The doorway latch popped and law enforcement listened to anyone yell, “Get off me,” in accordance to the affidavit.

Police heard more small children within the residence and loud thuds police believed to be the end result of combating.

Police opened the door and observed a guy, afterwards identified as Frazier, on top of an additional male. Police gave the two men verbal instructions and Frazier then remaining the home, adopted by the other guy and two far more juveniles. More officers arrived on scene to guide.

Frazier stated he was in his home when the other guy named him a “chomo.” Frazier reported this upset him for the reason that he is not a little one molester, in accordance to the affidavit. Frazier mentioned the other guy slammed a door on him and that his how Frazier received a large purple mark on his back. Officers later on uncovered the pink mark was when a juvenile struck Frazier in the again with a stick to attempt to get Frazier off the other guy.

Officers spoke with the juvenile, who claimed they noticed Frazier and a target building out in a bedroom of the residence.

Police spoke with the target at the scene. All through the conversation, the sufferer to begin with denied just about anything happened concerning the target and Frazier, but when asked why folks reported a little something transpired, the sufferer explained she and Frazier kissed just one time a week or two prior, according to the affidavit.

When law enforcement talked with the other man, he explained he and Frazier have been arguing and the other man advised the young ones less than 18 to go away Frazier’s space. The moment the children left the place, Frazier pushed and choked the other person all around the neck, in accordance to court paperwork. The other man reported Frazier was poor at grappling, so it did not stress him out.

On Aug. 10, Protected Harbor Advocacy Heart completed a forensic interview with the sufferer, who disclosed paying out time on your own with Frazier in a bed room in the home. The victim claimed she was laying on the mattress and protected up mainly because it was chilly. The victim stated Frazier hugged her and slapped the sufferer on the butt. The sufferer went to the lavatory and, when the target returned to the room, the target laid down on the bed and Frazier laid down future to her. According to court paperwork, Frazier touched her on the thigh location and claimed he cherished her and kissed her on the mouth. In accordance to the sufferer, the kissing incident occurred in July.

On Aug. 10, law enforcement spoke with Frazier about the argument with the other guy. Frazier, according to courtroom paperwork, admitted to choking the other guy and claimed they had been choking each individual other. Frazier admitted the victim sleeps in his bedroom with him. He admitted to kissing the target on one occasion. He claimed it happened in just a month prior. Frazier also allegedly admitted to acquiring a flirting partnership with the target.

In accordance to the courtroom paperwork, Frazier is on pretrial launch and on a pretrial diversion arrangement entered into the Kosciusko County Courtroom on March 29 for possession of methamphetamine. He has a prior conviction of battery, a Course A misdemeanor, in Kosciusko Outstanding Court II, according to court docket documents.