Police Investigation in Domestic Dispute Leads to Discovery of Outstanding Warrants

BROOOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – A Brookville man was placed in Jefferson County Jail after a police investigation into a domestic argument led to the discovery of outstanding warrants.

Around 1:25 a.m. on March 4, Brookville Borough police responded to a domestic call that occurred at the Gold Eagle Hotel in Brookville, Jefferson County, and met with the female victim.

According to police, the female victim stated that while at the hotel, she and her boyfriend, Mark J. Byers, 31, of Brookville, had an argument, and during the argument, Byers allegedly became violent and struck her in the face causing minor injuries.

Police went to Byers’ residence and placed him into custody without incident.

During the investigation of the domestic incident, it was discovered that Byers had an outstanding warrant in Clearfield County, police say.

Byers was placed in the Jefferson County Jail pending transport to the Clearfield County Jail to answer charges relating to the warrant.

Brookville police are filing charges against Byers for his involvement in the domestic incident at the office of District Magistrate Gregory Bazylak for simple assault, harassment, and disorderly conduct.

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