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Klasek gets 90 days in jail
He drug wife alongside moving truck
Tyler N. Klasek entered guilty pleas before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke.

A man has been given 90 days in jail for dragging his wife alongside his truck as he backed out of her driveway.
The man, Tyler N. Klasek, 30, entered guilty pleas before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke to charges of reckless endangerment with a vehicle, domestic assault and violating an order of protection. He was given 30 days on each count for a total of 90 days. He is to have no contact with the victim and must enter the batterer intervention program.
The woman told police the incident began when Mr. Klasek showed up at the White Street residence where she was staying to deliver some diapers. She said she walked outside with her young son and placed him in the front seat of her husband’s truck while she was getting the diapers.
“He became irate and started grabbing her and pushing her,” said McMinnville police officer Katelyn Neal of the victim’s recollection. “He then picked up the child and placed him on the ground while he grabbed (his wife) by her leg and began driving the vehicle down the driveway while she was hanging out the truck door.”
At some point, the victim fell down and was nearly run over. “She fell and was under the truck when a witness drove up and honked his horn,” the officer noted, adding Mr. Klasek then drove off.
Child endangerment charges were dismissed in light of his guilty pleas to the other charges.