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Salem Man Arrested After Going to Salem Police Department to Make Complaint

February 26, 2017

A 26-year-old Salem man is being held in the Marion County Jail for alleged domestic battery, violation of bail bond, and aggravated battery to a police officer.

Salem Police say Sean Wimberly of Deer Path Drive was arrested Friday night after coming to the Salem Police Station to file a complaint about an incident police report they later learned he instigated.

Police went to the home of Brittany Finley in the 400 block of South Rotan where they learned Wimberly had allegedly forced open the door after banging on it possibly with a baseball bat. Once inside, an argument ensued and Finley was reportedly pushed by the throat.

Police say Wimberly had a condition of bond in a prior domestic battery case involving Finley forbidding him to have contact with her, resulting in the bail violation charge.

The aggravated battery to a police officer charge was added after Wimberly allegedly spit on a Marion County Correctional Officer while being booked into the county jail.

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