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TPD looking for domestic violence suspects

(Source: Toledo Police Department) (Source: Toledo Police Department)
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Toledo Police are looking for a pair of men wanted for domestic violence.

A detective in the TPD Domestic Violence Unit says 288 felony domestic violence cases have come through the department so far this year, and that's 288 too many.

Now they're trying to use social media to help catch the offenders. TPD posted pictures of four men on Facebook Monday. Two have already been captured, but police are still looking for Jeffrey Moore and William Rogers.

Police say Rogers punched the mother of his children in the face and chest, and threatened to burn her house down. They say those are just a few of the violent things on his eight-page rap sheet.

"He knows he has warrants," said Det. Mary Jo Jaggers. "I mean, if you have 13 warrants, you probably know that you're wanted through the criminal justice system. I fear for her safety, and the safety of her children."

Anyone with information on Rogers or Moore is asked to call Crimestopper at 419-255-1111.

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