Syracuse Elementary teacher facing charges after domestic dispute, OWI

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KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (WNDU) - A Kosciusko County elementary school teacher faces some serious charges in the new year.

Kristoffer Brady

Within three days, he was arrested twice -- once by Syracuse police, and then by a sheriff's deputy.

Domestic battery and strangulation are two possible charges for the latest incident involving Syracuse Elementary School teacher Kristoffer Brady, 38, who is out on bond after police were called to his North East Shore Drive home Monday night.

"Mr. Brady was arrested for strangulation. Mr. Brady was handcuffed and transported to the Kosciusko County jail," Sheriff Kyle Dukes said.

Brady was already out on bond for a separate Jan. 5 incident. Syracuse Police arrested him for driving intoxicated and without headlights on.

Wawasee Community School Corporation officials told NewsCenter 16 they are aware of what's happened and are awaiting more information. Brady is currently on administrative leave from Syracuse Elementary.

We were unable to reach Brady for comment.

The Kosciusko County Prosecutor's Office is still reviewing the case to decide whether or not charges will be brought.

This is developing story, so stay with us online and on the air for the latest.