Woman seeks refuge at area gas station

WARREN — After a woman ran into an East Market Street gas station looking for help, with a large  “goose egg” on her head and possibly suffering from a concussion, the man she arrived with was arrested and charged with domestic violence.

Robert Trammell Jr., 30, with addresses in Girard and Warren, is being held in the Trumbull County Jail in lieu of a $2,500 bond, on orders he not be released until paperwork for a temporary restraining order is completed, according to Warren Municipal Court records. Trammell is charged with first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence and is scheduled to appear Nov. 3 for a pretrial hearing. He was arraigned Monday, but court records do not state if he entered a plea.

Police were called 11:20 a.m. Saturday to BP gas station, 1290 E. Market St., where Jenna Mymo, 23, Girard, was behind the counter with employees, “for protection,” the report states.

Trammell was in the store too, and told police the two fought over money before he slammed on the brakes hard, injuring Mymo, the report states.

Mymo told officers Trammell wanted to use her car because he didn’t have gas, but she refused because her father co-signed on the car and said no one else could drive it. She said she was hit several times in their home, before she went with him to Warren, the report states.

The two kept arguing, Mymo said, and while on East Market at Laird Avenue, he started hitting her repeatedly in the head, according to the report.

When he pulled into the gas station, Mymo said she ran into the store and asked the employees to call police, the report states.

rfox@tribtoday.com

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