Shawn A. Bork, 26, Clintonville, was charged Sept. 22 with felony intimidation of a victim, two counts of misdemeanor battery and two counts of disorderly conduct.
On the afternoon of June 12, Clintonville Police Officer Mike Wright reported receiving a phone call from a crying woman who said her husband, Shawn Bork, had threatened to kill her.
The woman agreed to meet Wright at the police station. But as Wright walked out to the street to meet her, the woman drove away. She later called Wright and said Bork had called her on her cell phone, said he knew where she was and that she would not see another day if she spoke with police, according to the criminal complaint.
Later that same day, Wright spoke over the phone with the woman again. She reportedly said that Bork had let her alone since their last conversation.
At approximately 11 p.m. June 12, the woman came to the Clintonville police station. She spoke with Officer Craig Bevernitz and said that Bork had been abusing her physically and verbally.
According to the criminal complaint, the woman said Bork slapped her in the face on May 12 and threw a chair at her on May 9, which gave her a black eye.
On June 13, the woman completed a written statement saying that she wanted all charges against Bork dropped.