Ohio man accused of attacking teen after ‘Ding Dong Groove’

Dover, Ohio (WJW) — Age 61 Dover A man was accused of attacking a teenager after he rang the doorbell and fled, according to the Dover Police Department.

Timothy Drapcho is accused of assaulting a teenager who “drove away” from his home on the 360 ​​block of Aspen Drive on Sunday night. He has been charged with assault and illegal detention, police said.

Police initially told police they received a call from Drapcho at 10:46 p.m., ringing the doorbell and catching two boys running in the neighborhood. Police said he was holding a boy down on the balcony at the time.

Police said they heard the teenager crying and frightened on the phone and told Drapcho not to assault them. He warned that if he didn’t, he would take matters into his own hands.

Police said the girl was no longer on the porch with Drapcho when they arrived at the scene.

Police said the boy had red marks on his chest and neck, bruises on his back, and paw prints on his shirt.

Drapcho is scheduled to appear in the new Philadelphia District Court on Thursday.

https://www.wtrf.com/ohio/ohio-man-accused-of-attacking-teen-after-ding-dong-ditch/ Ohio man accused of attacking teen after ‘Ding Dong Groove’

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