U.S. Marshal: Fugitive used liquor bottle as weapon

11:22 PM, May 30, 2011   |    comments
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CLEVELAND -- A man who delivered a final blow to his female victim with an empty liquor bottle has been named Fugitive of the Week.

The U.S. Marshasl and Cleveland Police are looking for Frank Henry, 30, of Cleveland. He has been charged with aggravated assault and kidnaping.

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Henry is accused of the violent attack on his girlfriend on Feb. 26, 2011. At that time, police say Henry repeatedly punched the woman in the face after they argued, and then dragged her around the house by her hair.

The attack escalated, deputy U.S. Marshals say, when Henry started to strangle the woman with both hands. When she resisted, Henry is accused of dragging her to the front porch and severely beating her with an empty liquor bottle.

Frank Henry stands 6-feet, one inch tall, and weighs 240 pounds.

He may be known on the street as Antwon. Henry once lived 14502 Terrace Road in East Cleveland and has been seen near East 79th Street and Superior Avenue in Cleveland.

He drives a 1970 Cadillac DeVille and a 1998 beige Montana.

A reward for the information which leads to Henry's capture is being offered. Callers can remain anonymous and use the U.S. Marshal's Fugitive Hotline. The number is 1-866-4-WANTED.

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