Saturday, August 12, 2000

Man faces new charges




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A Bridgetown man was indicted Friday on charges of threatening to kill a woman who testified against him in a domestic violence case.

        Gary E. Boenitsch, 49, is charged with one count of retaliation and faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

        Prosecutors say the victim, a former girlfriend, testified against Mr. Boenitsch during a Hamilton County grand jury investigation.

        The grand jury later indicted Mr. Boenitsch on a charge of domestic violence.

        He is accused of calling the victim within 90 minutes of his indictment. According to prosecutors, Mr. Boenitsch told her he would “put her 6 feet under” and warned that if he saw her again he would “put her away for good.”

        Police were still looking for Mr. Boenitsch late Friday.

       



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