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Liberty Twp. man accused of putting bodily fluid in bosses bow of soup answers to charges

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A Liberty Township man facing charges after allegedly putting his bodily fluid into his bosses bowl of soup answered to charges on Monday.

Twenty-eight-year-old John Cutlip faces felony charges of pandering obscenity and criminal mischief.

According to a report filed with Struthers police, Cutlip had someone shoot video of him performing a sex act on himself and putting the bodily fluid into the soup.

The video was discovered by Cutlip's boss after he left his Facebook account open on his work computer.

Cutlip is due back in court next month.


 

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