Friday, July 14, 2000

Assault suspect out on bond

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        HAMILTON — A Kings Mills man, accused of causing a serious crash by assaulting his wife while she was driving, is free on bond awaiting court action.

        John Koller, 31, is scheduled to appear July 26 in Butler County Area II Court on a count of domestic violence, two counts of felonious assault and two counts of aggravated vehicular assault. He was released Wednesday from the Butler County Jail after relatives posted 10 percent of a $10,000 bond.

        The charges stem from a Tuesday morning crash that seriously injured his wife and stepdaughter. Authorities say Mr. Koller, who suffered minor injuries, hit his wife, stomped on the gas pedal and grabbed the steering wheel. Their 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix crashed into a concrete wall on the Butler Regional Highway. His wife, Debra K. Wells, was listed in fair condition at Mercy Hospital Fairfield on Thursday; his stepdaughter, Jennifer Wells, was listed in fair condition at Children's Hospital Medical Center.


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