Convicted felons facing new charges after alleged attack in Charleston

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Two felons are facing new charges out of Charleston, West Virginia after one of them allegedly punched a woman in the head.

Dontaze Reon Mosley, 30, of St. Albans, and Marcus Deangelo Graham, 28, of Detroit, are facing several new charges.

Both suspects are convicted felons.

Officers with the Charleston Police Department responded to the 900 block of Mathews Ave. on Charleston's west side shortly after noon Sunday. It was for a complaint about a possible domestic disturbance.

A woman came out of the home and told police that Mosley punched her in the ear. "She could not hear out of it," the criminal complaint states. The victim said Mosley "knocked her to the ground, refused to let her go, and continued to hit her."

After she finally got away, she went outside and told police that Mosley and Graham were inside. Officers detained both of them.

Police searched the home and found a stolen shotgun.

Mosley is charged with malicious wounding, kidnapping, persons prohibited from possessing a firearm, and receiving or transferring stolen goods. He also had a state warrant for failure to appear for DUI.

Graham is charged with persons prohibited from possessing a firearm and receiving or transferring stolen goods. In addition to his new charges, Graham is also a fugitive out of Detroit, Michigan for a parole violation. He also has state warrants for three counts of battery and one count of domestic battery out of Huntington.

Police took the pair to South Central Regional Jail. Graham faces extradition back to Detroit.



 
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