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UPDATE: Man charged with attempted murder in Bremen

January 31, 2013

7:19 p.m.
A follow up to a story we broke earlier today:
According to a probable cause affidavit, Chase Tanner Anglemyer, 21, took a woman from a residence in Bremen, beat her with a screwdriver and took her to another residence. While at that residence, Anglemyer is alleged to have shaved the woman's head, wrapped the cord of the electric trimmer around her neck and choked her until she was no longer conscious. When police arrived, Anglemyer allegedly said "She's dead."
The victim was revived and taken to a South Bend hospital.
That story and much more in Friday's Pilot News.

The original story appears below:

BREMEN — Chase Anglemyer, 21, of Wakarusa, was arrested by Bremen Police officers Wednesday morning during a domestic fight.
Anglemyer is charged with attempted murder by intentional killing of another with a knife, battery by means of strangulation, kidnapping, and criminal confinement.
The fight happened in the 200 block of S. Washington St. around 10:30 a.m. Police report that the Anglemyer had taken another individual by force from the residence. An immediate search of the area was conducted with a K-9 unit.
At about 10:53 a.m. Bremen police responded to another domestic fight in progress in the 300 block of Woodies Lane. Upon arrival officers discovered Anglemyer and the victim from the earlier domestic violence situation. The victim was transported to the hospital with injuries and Anglemyer was taken into custody and booked in the Marshall County Jail.
Charges are pending from the Marshall County Prosecutor's Office.

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