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Newton Falls man arrested in connection with assault at a Cleveland bar

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NEWTON FALLS, Ohio  - A Newton Falls man was arrested by The U.S. Marshals Task Force in connection with an assault at a Cleveland bar.

Marco Corea, 27, was arrested at the 100 block of Arhaven Drive in Newton Falls for four counts of felonious assault.

Police say he was one of five people "involved in an unprovoked assault at Charlie's Place on Lorain Avenue in Cleveland that left two people unconscious, permanently blinded a waitress, and broke the jaw of an off-duty Cleveland police officer that stepped in to help the victims." 

Local media had issued Correa as the fugitive of the week before his arrest. He is currently at the Trumbull County Jail.

 

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