Authorities have arrested a Chloe man and charged him with domestic battery and as a subject prohibited with possession of a firearm.

Doy Hannah, Jr., 33, was the subject of three days of police response to the Mud Fork area after Hannah allegedly assaulted his wife, according to a criminal complaint filed by Chief Deputy Carl Ballengee.

The Calhoun Sheriffs Department, the WV State Police and the Natural Resource Police responded to the area on a domestic dispute call Friday, Saturday and Sunday looking for Hannah, who at one time was reported traveling on an ATV.

A criminal complaint says Hannah was yelling, cursing and threating his wife with a gun.

Hannah "destroyed the computer...then hit her and grabbed her by the hair and dragged her through the house," says the complaint, as she was trying to leave.

The complaint says Hannah has a prior conviction for the same offenses.

It says Hannah was in possession of several firearms, an apparent violation of a court order.

He is scheduled for appearance in Calhoun Magistrate Court.

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