Saturday, August 18, 2001

Man sought in beating

By Janice Morse
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — Police on Friday were looking for a 39-year-old Butler County man suspected of attacking a former co-worker in Colerain Township, then vandalizing his Fairfield Township home.

        Jerry Scott, 32, was treated at Mercy Hospital Fairfield Thursday night as police were investigating a break-in at his home on Wembley Drive, said Fairfield Township Police Chief Richard St. John.

        Cary Phillips, who lives in the Madison Township area, was being sought on charges of burglary and vandalism by Fairfield Township authorities, the chief said.

        The home sustained thousands of dollars in damage, including a broken glass door, Chief St. John said.

        Investigators believe Mr. Phillips recently lost his job and blamed Mr. Scott, the chief said.


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