RV business owner accused of attacking wife appears in court

RV business owner accused of attacking wife appears in court
Jeffery Couch appears in court.

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A Butler County business owner accused of violently attacking his wife appeared in court for a pretrial hearing on Monday.

Records show Jeffery Couch’s wife was hospitalized with serious injuries after the incident in March.

Couch, the owner of RV Nation in Trenton, is facing several charges including two counts of felonious assault and one count each of attempted felonious assault and domestic violence.

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Couch and his attorney showed up at court with a list of demands.

They’re asking to see police body cam video of the interview with his wife. His attorney also wants Couch to go to a graduation service for one of his children.

His wife is expected to be at the service and there is currently an order to stay away from her.

The judge granted that request.

West Chester police responded to the Couch’s home in the gated Wetherington subdivision off Tylersville Road west of Interstate 75 late the night of March 1, police records show.

Couch’s wife told officers he punched her in the face multiple times and “slammed her head "onto a paved driveway multiple times causing serious physical harm,” according to a copy of a criminal complaint.

She went to a neighbor’s house for help and was taken to a hospital, treated and released.

Couch was arrested and booked into the Butler County jail early March 2.

The 51-year-old remains free on $16,000 bond.

Couch is expected back in court next month.

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