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Harrington Man Arrested For Domestic Assault

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HARRINGTON, Del. - Harrington Police arrest a man who hit a 21-year old woman in the face with a telephone.

Investigators say officers responded to a home on Central Park Drive around 7:45 p.m. Sunday for a domestic dispute in progress. 

Officers arrested 18-year old Cory J. Harding after observing injuries to the woman's face. Officers also requested an ambulance to take the woman to a hospital for treatment for non-life threatening injuries.

Investigators say during the altercation, Harding hit the victim in the face with a telephone and choked her. Investigators also say Harding took the telephone away from the woman to prevent her from calling 911.

Harding was arrested and charged with strangulation, two counts of assault third degree, offensive touching and malicious interference with emergency communications.

Harding was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute in default of $7,600 secured bond.

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