Two Calhoun citizens are in Central Regional Jail, charged with interfering with a domestic battery case against a minor girl, charges brought by Calhoun Sheriff Carl Ballengee at the request of Loretta Smith, Children's Protective Serices.

Mark Allen Cunningham, 40, is facing charges related to obstructing justice of a pending case by intimidation, a misdemeanor. Cunningham's bail is set at $10,000. Lynette Pauline Headley, 59, is charged with intimidation of a witness related to the same case, a misdemeanor. Headley's bail is set at $10,000.

Cunningham, according to a criminal complaint, has been charged with the domestic battery of his daughter.

The complaint says Headley, Cunningham's significant other, went to Calhoun Middle-High School to allegedly convince the juvenile to not follow through with the complaint, being a witness against her father, while Cunningham waited in the parking lot of the school.

The complaint alleges that Headley told the girl of the serious consequences her father is facing over the charges, implying she and Cunningham wanted her to reconsider her statements made to authorities.

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