On June 30, 2011 Terry Teeter, age 27, of rural Marion County, was arrested for: Domestic Battery in the 3rd Degree (Felony); Violation of a Protection Order (Felony); Interference with Emergency Communications in the 2nd Degree (Misdemeanor); and Public Intox (Misdemeanor).
The arrest stems from an emergency 911 call placed by a family member of Teeter's, regarding a physical altercation. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that Teeter had a valid ‘order of protection" against him, and had been ordered to stay away from the victim. It was also discovered that Teeter had taken all phones and communication devices away from the victim, preventing them from calling 911, causing the victim to flee to a neighbor's residence to call for help.
Officer's made contact with Teeter outside a residence and he was arrested without incident. Teeter's bond was set at $25,000.00. Teeter was just recently released from prison and was also charged for violating the terms and conditions of his parole, in which he is being held without bond. Teeter is currently incarcerated in the Marion County Jail, awaiting his first appearance before the Marion County Circuit Court.