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Poplar Bluff man accused of tying man to chair, beating him

Jeremy Fineout (Source: Vinelink) Jeremy Fineout (Source: Vinelink)
POPLAR BLUFF, MO (KFVS) - A Poplar Bluff man is in jail after allegedly tying another man to a chair and hitting him.

According to court documents, Jeremy Fineout entered a home and tied a man to a chair, threatened him with a knife and hit the victim in the face several times on May 29.

Fineout is accused of stealing the victim's wallet and using his debit card to withdraw $300 from the victim's account at the Poplar Bluff Federal Credit Union ATM.

Jeremy Fineout is charged with robbery 1st degree and armed criminal action.

His bond is set at $100,000. He was taken to the Butler County Jail.

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