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New Castle official assaults his mother with a box

By Taylor Riley, Henry County Local

A New Castle city commissioner, elected earlier this month, was charged with assault last week at the La Grange Walmart. Charles Sevier, 49, was charged on Nov. 17 with assault, fourth degree with no visible injury after an incident involving his mother happened at the retail store in Oldham County.

Michael Thomas told police that he saw Sevier strike his mother with a box in his hand and tell her to "get her 75-year-old ass out of the aisle." Michael Thomas told the Local that he heard Sevier's mother say, "Don't hit me," and that's when he and his wife confronted Sevier.

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