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Centralia Man Faces Multiple Charges After Altercation with Centralia Police Officer

July 23, 2016

Bond has been set at $100,000 for a 31-year-old Centralia man who has been charged in Marion County Court with multiple offenses after allegedly getting into an altercation with a Centralia Police officer answering a domestic call.  

Christopher Maynor of South Sycamore faces two counts of aggravated battery to a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct.  He is accused of spitting in the eye and face of the Centralia officer in one of the aggravated battery counts and kicking him in the throat in the other charge.  The officer went to SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital in Centralia for treatment.  Maynor is accused in the resisting arrest charge of refusing to be handcuffed by another Centralia officer.   He’s also charged with criminal damage to a car owned by Mary Loss of South Locust Street and being in possession of a cannabis pipe.  

The incident reportedly happened at the Loss home on South Locust Street.  Police had initially been called to a report of a ‘boyfriend flipping out’.

Maynor had the Public Defender appointed to represent him and is scheduled for a first appearance and preliminary hearing on August 16th.  

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