Home Improvement Star Zachery Ty Bryan Arrested for Allegedly Strangling His Girlfriend

Home improvement alum Zachery Ty Bryan is in police custody for allegedly strangling his 27-year-old girlfriend.
The 39-year-old actor was arrested and taken to Lane County Jail in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday, October 17th. E! Messages can confirm. A spokesman for the Eugene Police Department tells E! News Bryan is charged with "strangling, assaulting and disrupting a report on the fourth grade."
According to the spokesman, law enforcement agencies were "dispatched to cover a physical argument in a house in northern Eugene after neighbors called". They arrived at Bryan's residence around 10:24 p.m. on Friday, October 16. Local time. Authorities found Bryan "sitting in front of an apartment". The victim with whom he has a relationship was, as the police found, "in a neighboring apartment".
"An investigation found that Bryan attacked the victim during the dispute, obstructing her breathing and stealing the victim's phone while trying to call 911," the spokesman said. "The victim refused medics. Bryan was taken into custody without incident and placed in Lane County Jail."
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E! The news reached Bryan's lawyer, but we haven't received a response yet.
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While the actor has not yet spoken about his arrest, he shared an Instagram post the night police arrived at his apartment. "Good night," he wrote.
Almost two weeks ago, Bryan used social media to announce that he and longtime wife, Carly Matros, were going their separate ways.
"Almost fourteen years as best friends, soul mates, partners and then parents. It's been an incredible journey, but together we decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage," the actor shared on October 1st.
"As we move into this next chapter, our children and our relationships as fellow parents and dear friends will remain our priorities," his message continued. "We understand that this message is suitable for public dialogue, but in the interests of our children and our families, we ask for privacy, compassion and love during this time. Thank you."
For more information about domestic violence or how to help yourself or someone you love, visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline (http://www.thehotline.org/) or call 1-800-799-7233 .

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