Be on the look out for this man!On Friday, 1-18-2019 at 12:48 AM Celina Police officers responded to a report of domestic violence at 125 N. Enterprise St. Upon arrival officers found 38 year old Jessica Mullins badly beaten. An adult child was with her waiting for help.
The investigation revealed that while the family was working on a puzzle that Ms. Mullins’ husband, 43 year old Mitchell Dale Mullins, suddenly and without provocation brutally attacked his wife. He assaulted her with closed fists and once she was on the ground, he kicked her until she was no longer conscious. During the attack he held her down to keep her from leaving and dragged her around. Mitchell Mullins then fled the scene. Jessica Mullins was transported by ambulance to a local hospital and then transferred to another medical facility with serious head injuries.
Mitch Mullins is still at large and was last seen driving a white Chevrolet Suburban, unknown license plates. Mullins is described as 5’05”, 200 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. He is also known to shave his head, which is covered in tattoos. Mullins is a dangerous man, known to act impulsively and violently towards anyone. He has had weapons in the past, however, it is not known if he is currently armed. He has a lengthy criminal history of violence with a prison record. He is currently on parole from prison and is wanted by the Ohio Adult Parole Authority as a result of this incident.
Charges have been filed against Mitchell Dale Mullins for Domestic Violence, a felony of the third degree. The case is currently under review by the Mercer County Prosecutor, Matthew K. Fox for possible additional charges.
If you see Mitch Mullins – do not approach – do not attempt to apprehend him – contact your local law enforcement immediately.
***UPDATE (1-18-19 10:35 AM): The vehicle is a white, 1995 GMC Suburban with Ohio license plates GLL4201. He purchased this vehicle on 1-16-2019. The plates do not belong to him.
***UPDATE (1-18-19 11:55 AM): There is reason to believe that Mitch Mullins in armed with at least two firearms. DO NOT APPROACH! ... See MoreSee Less
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