Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Domestic Call in Union - Arrest of Tyler Vangel - July 13, 2016

Just prior to 4:00 p.m. on July 13th, Knox County Deputies were alerted to a possible “rolling domestic” call at Maritime Farms in Union.  According to a witness, while the victim was at Maritime Farms, she asked the witness to call for help for her.  The witness stated the victim was very upset and her face was bruised. 

The suspect, later identified as Tyler Vangel, 22, of Lincolnville, got back into the vehicle and they had left prior to Deputies arriving. Another witness followed the car and reported its location near the Common in Union. 

Sgt. John Palmer arrived and it was quickly determined to arrest Vangel based on the information provided. Union Ambulance was called to check on the condition of the obviously abused victim.  Among other injuries, it is believed she had a fractured nose. 

Vangel was charged with 3 violations of Domestic Abuse, Assault, Criminal Threatening, and Reckless Conduct, all Class D offenses.  He was also charged with Violation of Condition of Release, Class E, and Operating a Motor Vehicle after license Suspended.  Vangel remains in jail at this time.

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