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A rural Hershey man was arrested Tuesday night after he assaulted his domestic partner while she was driving him home from The Bar.

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According to a Lincoln County Sheriff spokesman, officers responded to a vehicular accident earlier that day. Gregory Skinner Jr., 33, was one of the drivers involved. Skinner was very angry and caused a disturbance, but he wasnít arrested, the spokesman said.

After the accident, Skinner apparently went to The Bar in Hershey for a few drinks. When he left, his domestic partner started to drive him to his house south of Hershey. The two started arguing over personal matters, and Skinner allegedly hit and choked her, the spokesman said.

The woman called the Lincoln County Sheriff and Skinner was arrested, still very intoxicated, the spokesman said.

Skinner was booked in Lincoln County jail at 9:30 p.m. He was charged with third-degree domestic assault and strangulation. His bond was set at 10 percent of $25,000.

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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 9/21/2011
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