Domestic violence case drops from 13 to 1 charge

Incident caused lockdowns at Henkel, hospital; defendant’s wife now charged with false statements

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor

A domestic violence case from December 2017 — which made top-of-the-front-page news in this paper after causing lockdowns at Ray County Memorial Hospital and the Henkel plant in Richmond — has changed dramatically after investigation, according to Ray County Prosecuting Attorney Camille Johnston.

The initial defendant, Chadwick J. Fulton, 43, of Hardin, has now been placed on five years of probation, and his wife, Katrina Dawn Hardin, 38, has been charged with three instances of making false reports to law-enforcement officials.


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