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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
07:32 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9-16-19 @ 2127hrs
Case No.: 19009110

Traffic
N. 18th St. at Maryland Ave.


CITED: Scott FUSCO (AGE 54)
538 N. 15th St. Sebring, OH

Failure to Reinstate  4510.21 ORC



On 09/16/2019 at 9:27pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
East on Ohio Ave. when I observed a vehicle in traveling West on the same road near 
N.18th St. with a headlight out.

The vehicle then made a right onto N. 18th St. and continued traveling North. I then 
turned around on Ohio Ave and then turned onto N.18th St. and positioned myself 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on N.18th St. 
right at the intersection of Maryland Ave. The vehicle was a Black 2003 Dodge Dakota 
bearing Ohio registration HKJ4166. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance in which I received registration but I 
received no proof of insurance and the license was not reinstated. 

The driver was later identified as Scott Fusco.

I then gave Scott a verbal warning for the headlight violation and also wrote him a 
traffic citation for Failure to Reinstate (4510.21 ORC) and gave him a court date of 
09/19/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Scott 
signed the citation, I provided him with a copy and then allowed the passenger (a valid 
driver) later identified as Edgard Hernandez to drive the vehicle to their destination. I 
then cleared the scene without further incident.


Ptl. Everhart #514.
09/16/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-009096 
DATE: 09/14/2019 09:43:00


CHARGED: GEORGE MICHAEL HILL JR,  663 W OREGON AVE, SEBRING, OH

Offense: 2919.27  Violate Protection Order or Consent Agreement, M1 Misdemeaner


REPORT DATE: 09/14/2019 09:43:00 

On this date and time, I was dispatched to 663 W. Oregon Ave ref to a protection order 
violation.


REPORTING OFFICER: McDaniel, Steven #509


On this date and time, I was dispatched to 663 W. Oregon Ave ref to a protection order 
violation. I was also advised while en- route that the suspect was George Michael Hill. 
I confirmed the order (19DV237) was still in effect. 

As I was responding to the scene I observed the Suspect George Michael Hill sitting 
on a beach at Zep's Pizza. I spoke to Mr. Hill and I advised him of the call and also to 
stop calling and texting Caroline. Mr. Hill advised me that he was aware of the 
protection order and also that he only texted her once, but would stop. 

I then responded to the address and spoke to the victim. I was then advised that 
between 1Am to 8:50 Am that she received approx 17 text messages  10 calls and 7 
voicemails. I obtained a written statement and instructed the victim to email me that 
messages and the callls that was sent. I viewed that messages and call record and the 
number that the calls and messages came from belonged to Mr. Hill. 

I spoke to Prosecutor Tolson and advised her of the incident, and she advised to pick 
him up if I seen him.

At approx 1320 Hrs, I observed George Michael Hill walking in the 100 Blk of W. 
Oregon Ave. Mr. Hill was taken in custody and was restrained with handcuffs that was 
gapped and double locked and transported to the Sebring Police Dept for processing. 
After processing Mr. Hill was transported to the Mahoning County Jail by this officer.




Reporting Steven McDanlel, #509





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9/14/19  @  1734hours
Case No.: 19009098

Traffic
Johnson Rd. at Courtney Rd


CITED: Scott Sinley (AGE 52)
18487 Courtney Rd. Beloit, OH

Expired OLN <6months   335.01 ORD


On 09/14/2019 at 5:34pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
West on Courtney Rd., when I observed a vehicle in front of me traveling West on the 
same road approach the intersection of Johnson Rd. and it did not use its turn signal 
100ft prior to the intersection.

The vehicle then made a left onto Johnson and continued traveling south. I then turned 
onto Johnson and positioned myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The 
vehicle then stopped on Johnson Rd. just past the intersection of Courtney Rd. The 
vehicle was a Tan 2005 Chevy Cavalier bearing Ohio registration GKG2558. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of insurance in 
which I received registration but I received an expired license and no proof of 
insurance. 

The driver was later identified as Scott Sinley.

I then gave Scott a verbal warning for the turn signal violation and also wrote him a 
traffic citation for an Expired License (<6months) (335.01 ORD) and gave him a court 
date of 09/19/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once 
Scott signed the citation, I provided him with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
09/14/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9/13/2019   @  0852Hours
Case No.: 19009089 

TRAFFIC
20040 Harrisburg Westville Rd, Alliance, OH


CITED: Tarrie Blackmer (AGE 62)
12092 Johnson Rd, Beloit, Ohio

Speed - Over Limits (50/35)   SCO 333.03



On Friday, September 13,20 19, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #303 on S Johnson Rd at US-62 facing south. I observed 
a white vehicle approaching US-62 from the north in my sideview mirror at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. Upon activating 
my rear mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked in a digital readout of 50 MPH. 
As the vehicle passed my location, I pulled onto S Johnson Rd and got behind the 
vehicle as it came to an abrupt stop at the functioning traffic light which was yellow.

As the vehicle, a white Chevrolet Camaro bearing Ohio registration ETV4028, turned 
west onto US-62 I activated my overhead emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop. The 
vehicle came to another abrupt stop in front of the Oak Ridge Motel. 

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Tarrie Blackrner, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for the stop. Blackrner provided her Ohio 
operator's license and an expired insurance card. Blackrner was issued traffic citation 
#031731 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (50/35) and informed of her mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, September 26,2019 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
9.13.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9/13/2019   @   1438Hours
Case No.: 19009091

TRAFFIC
W Virghia Ave/N 19th St, Sebring, Ohio

CITED: Jody ott (AGE 53)
254 W Washington St, Alliance, OH

Obedience to Traffic Control Device    SCO 313.01
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)    SCO 337.27



On Friday, September 13, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was on foot on N 19th St at 
W Virginia Ave watching over elementary school dismissal. I observed an orange 
Dodge bearing Ohio registration HAT5256 approach the 4-way stop from the south on 
N 19th St, roll through the intersection without stopping and continue west on W 
Virginia Ave. 

I got into marked unit #303, which was parked on N 19th St , activated my overhead 
emergency lights and attempted to catch up with the vehicle, which had turned into 
B.L. Miller Elementary School's parking lot. Once behind the vehicle in the parking lot, 
the vehicle turned west onto W Virginia Ave and came to a complete stop.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Jody Ott, I identified myself and 
informed her of the reason for the stop. Ott claimed she did not see the stop sign 
because she was focused on me. I informed Ott if she saw me, she should have seen 
the stop sign because I was standing near it. 

While speaking with Ott, I observed she was not wearing her seat belt and asked if he 
had it on prior to being stopped. Ott stated she was not wearing her seat belt prior to 
being stopped. Ott provided her Ohio operator's license upon request but was unable 
to provide valid proof of insurance.

Ott was issued traffic citation #031732 for SCO 313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Device and SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver). Ott was informed of her 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, September 
26,2019 at 0900. A signature was not obtained due to her conduct during the stop.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
9.13.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT   9/12/2019   @   1245Hours
Case No.: 19008157

Criminal
200 E State St Alliance Ohio


CHARGED: Crystal Black (AGE 58)
595 W Ohio Ave. Sebring OH 44672

Littering and deposit of garbage M4    521.08(B)



On 08/21/2019 I observed code enforcement violations at 595 W. Ohio Ave.

Ptl. Scott #505
08/29/2019

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REPORT DATE: 08/21/2019 18:27:00 

I attempted to make contact multiple times on multiple days and could not. I then wrote 
up state complaints for the person who owns and rents the property which is Crystal 
Black. State complaints were made and will be sent to court.


Ptl. Scott #505
08/29/2019

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DATE: 08/29/2019 00:06

On 09/12/2019 I served Crystal Black with her summons for the charges at AultCenter 
nursing home in Alliance Ohio.


Ptl. Scott #505
09/12/2019





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9/12/2019   @  1828Hours
Case No.: 19009088

Traffic
N. 12th St. / E. Indiana Ave.


CITED: Brian Tewksbury (AGE 29)
336 E. Indiana Ave. Sebring, OH

DUS   SCO 335.07



On 09/12/2019 at 6:28pm I observed a vehicle being driven by Brian Tewksbury who I 
had prior knowledge that his driver's license was suspended. I positioned myself 
behind the vehicle which was a 1996 Teal Chevrolet pickup truck bearing Ohio 
registration HVM4597 and initiated a traffic stop near N. 12th St . and E. Indiana Ave.

I exited my vehicle and approached Brian and informed him of the reason for the stop, 
I then requested Brian's driving status from dispatch to confirm and his driving status 
was confirmed to be suspended. I returned to my cruiser and wrote a traffic citation for 
DUS SCO 335.07 and gave Brain a court date of 09/19/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 
with a personal appearance required. 

Brian signed the citation and was provided with a copy. The vehicle was then towed by 
Springer's Towing to 10 N. 12th St. and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #505
09/12/2019




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PUBLISHED 8:24 AM SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
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Wednesday, September 11, 2019
02:27 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  9/7/2019  @ 0056hrs
Case No.: 19009041

Traffic
S. 12th St. / Village Limits


CITED: Courtney Artrip AGE 33
372 Edinburgh Rd. Dublin, OH

Speed 52/35 SCO 333.03



On 09/07/2019 I Ptl. Stanton witnessed a vehicle traveling south towards me on 12th 
Street at a high rate of speed. My in-car radar unit displayed a speed of 52 miles per 
hour followed by a long distinct audible tone. 

This is a 35 mile per hour roadway. I locked in the radar unit and initiated a traffic stop 
with the vehicle in question. At this time I met with the driver Courtney Artrip. Courtney 
Artrip admitted to not being aware of the speed limit on the roadway. When asked if 
Courtney Artrip knew her speed, she admitted she wasn't paying attention as well. 

I issued Courtney Artrip a citation for Speeding - 333.3 (MM). I cleared the scene 
without further incident.



Ptl. Stanton #508
09/07/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   9/5/2019  @ 0944hrs
Case No.: 19009001

CRIMINAL - SUMMONS
MCC #3,606 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH

ARREST: Michael Sharp (AGE 44)
135 W Ohio Ave #8, Sebring, OH 44672

Receiving Stolen Propety (M-1) ORC 2913.51  


On Sunday, September 1, 2019, ,I,Patrolman Marchionda detained two suspects in 
connection with a shoplifting that occurred in the Village of Beloit.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
9.1.2019


Dispatch advised a theft had just been committed at Dollar General in Beloit and 
Goshen PD was responding. I was informed through dispatch the suspect's name was 
Michael Sharp and he was last seen leaving the scene on a bike with a pair of shoes 
he took from the store. 

As I was patrolling east on E Ohio Ave in marked unit #301, I observed Sharp and 
another male riding their bikes west on E Ohio Ave near N 12th St. After informing 
dispatch I had eyes on Sharp I was advised to detain Sharp ~ and stand by for Goshen 
PD.

I observed Sharp and the other male circle around the 300 block of E Ohio Ave 
through the alley and subsequently turn into the alley off of N 12th St in between E 
Maryland and E Indiana Ave. I activated my overhead emergency lights, audible siren 
and pulled into the alley behind them. Sharp and the second male stopped 
immediately after I instructed them to. 

I instructed both of them to walk towards my patrol car and place their hands on the 
hood. The second male was later identified as Matthew Thurman. I advised Sharp and 
Thurman they were both detained and an officer from Goshen PD was coming to 
speak with them regarding a matter that occurred in Beloit. I updated dispatch with my 
location and at no time did I ask Sharp or Thurman any questions regarding the theft.

Sharp voluntarily stated he knew what was going on and why they were being 
detained. Sharp kicked off the right shoe he was wearing, nodded to it stating he 
swiped the shoes from Dollar General and proceeded to slide the left shoe off. The 
shoes in question were a pair of black and red ActionFlex men's shoes. Sharp stated 
he knew it was a stupid thing to do and that he should not have done it. I then placed 
Sharp in handcuffs behind his back (gapped/double locked), performed a search of his 
person and secured him in the back of marked unit #301. 

Thurman stated he was at Dollar General with Sharp but was outside the store when 
Sharp took the shoes.

Detective McBride from Goshen Police Department arrived on scene and custody of 
Sharp was exchanged. I informed Detective McBride of the voluntary statements made 
by Sharp regarding the theft. Detective McBride also secured the shoes worn and 
taken by Sharp. Thurman was released from the scene after Detective McBride stated 
he didn't need anything further from him other than his information. 

A state complaint for ORC 2913.51 Receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor of the 
first degree, will be generated and submitted to Mahoning County Court #3 later this 
week.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
9.1.2019




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PUBLISHED 3:22PM SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
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Wednesday, September 04, 2019
02:12 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT  8/28/2019 @ 1543 hrs
Case No.: 19008165 

Trash
155 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Brennson Soules (AGE 44)
155 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring, OH 44672



On 08/22/2019 I Ptl. Scott while on patrol observed possible code enforcement 
violations at 155 E. Pennsylvania Ave.

Ptl. Scott #505
08/22/2019


I observed copious amounts of trash alongside the east side of the residence as well 
as a GMC pick up truck in the front yard with the license plate of FXS2686 in the front 
windshield but no plate mounted on the bracket on the rear of the vehicle. I made a 
Trash letter and a junk vehicle letter and served the home owner Brennson Soules with 
the letters and showed him the violations. 

I told Brennson he had 5 days to remove the trash and to place the license plate back 
on the correct location of the vehicle and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #505 
08/21/2019


On 08/28/2018 I Ptl. Scott observed trash still on the property so a minor misdemeanor 
citation was filled out for trash and littering for Brennson and was served to him. 
Brennson stated that he will refuse to sign the citation and did not want the copy I then 
set the copy next to his steps for him. 

He was cited into MCC#3 on 09/05/2019 at 9:00am.


Ptl. Scott #505
08/28/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19008199

Criminal
437 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672


ARREST: Michelle Hall (AGE 30)
437 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Endangering children  2919.22 (E)(2)(b) / Bond $4,000.00


On 08/29/2019 I Ptl. Scott was flagged down by two individuals in the 400 block of east 
Ohio Ave.

Ptl. Scott #505
08/29/2019


As I pulled up to the individuals one of them was holding a small child that was only 
wearing a t-shirt and a diaper and had no shoes or socks on. The individuals Jeff 
Tolson and Crystal Wainuskis also called the incident in as I pulled next to them.

I spoke to Jeff and he stated that earlier in the day he saw the child walk down the side 
walk across the street which is the north side on E. Ohio Ave.and then went into the a 
back yard where Jeff stated he followed and then stated her mother Michelle Hall 
found her in the alley behind the house.

Jeff stated to me that this time he was pulling out of his drive way when he saw come 
from behind houses across the street 438 and 430 E. Ohio Ave. and walked toward E. 
Ohio Ave. with no shoes and only in a t-shirt and diaper. Jeff stated to me that he 
observed the child walking in backyards on the south side of E. Ohio Ave. Jeff went on 
to state that the next door neighbor Crystal came out side and picked the child up and 
called the police and stated the mother had not came outside for 5 minutes while after 
the child was picked up.

Crystal stated that she was inside when she noticed someone in her yard and went 
outside to see who it was and it was a child. Crystal stated that her neighbor told her 
he saw a 2 year old running in the streets and told her to call the police.

The mother Michelle Hall came outside and ran across the street toward her child. 
Michelle told me that the little girl was 2 years old and stated that she was inside 
watching her 6 month old baby and the 2 year old while her husband Cody Powell was 
asleep because he works midnights. Michelle stated that her daughter does not 
normally do this and confirmed it did happen earlier in the day and stated that she was 
in the back yard with her baby reading while her daughter was playing in the backyard. 
Michelle stated that she looked up and her daughter was gone and she tried to look for 
her and found the neighbor walking her back to the yard.

Michelle stated that she went upstairs to with her baby to wake up her husband leaving 
her daughter down stairs, stating that her daughter usually follows her. Then Michelle 
stated she gave her baby to Cody and they both went down stairs, Cody was on the 
couch with the baby and Michelle stated that she was cooking dinner and noticed her 
daughter was not around and asked Cody where she was and Cody stated that he did 
not know.

Michelle was detained and placed into hand restraints and then into the rear of marked 
unit #301. 

I spoke to Cody and stated a similar story to Michelle and it was determined that 
Michelle had left the child unattended by leaving her down stairs. Michelle was then 
notified that she is being placed into custody for endangering children.

I then transported Michelle to the station and brought her inside where the hand 
restraints were removed. A computerized criminal history was performed and it was 
fond that Michelle was convicted of endangering children in the past which elevated 
this to felony of the 4th degree. During booking Michelle while being in a well lit room I 
observed her pupils to be very large, when asked about it Michelle did not say 
anything about it.

Michelle was processed and booked and was told her bond amount. Michelle called 
Sly Bail Bonds who came to the station and Michelle paid the amount. A power of 
attorney form was given to me by the bondsman and copies where made. Michelle 
received recognizance form as well which she signed and was given a copy of which 
also has her court date on it which she was advised of.

Michelle was given a court date of 09/05/2019 9:00am for Mahoning County Court #3 
and was released.


Ptl. Scott #505
08/29/2019


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Officer Ptl. Peterman #511

I exited my patrol vehicle, and approached the citizens to see what the dilemma was. 
Crystal Wainuskis approached Ptl. Scott, and myself stating a child from 437 E. Ohio 
Ave. was running across the road wearing nothing but a t shirt and a diaper on, and no 
parents around. She states this was the second time it happened today.

Another witness, Jeff Tolson, states he was exiting the driveway of his residence, when 
he noticed the child walking across the road with no shoes or socks on, while 
wondering around backyards in the vicinity. Jeff also states Crystal picked the child up, 
and called the police to report the child running around.

At this time Michelle Hall, the child's mother, walks outside looking for her son. We ask 
her if she was looking for her daughter to which she states "yes I am". Ptl. scott stated 
the child ran across Ohio Ave. and could have been struck by a car. I then detained 
Michelle at 18:05 until we had completed our investigation. I ensured the handcuffs 
placed on Michelle were gapped correctly, and double locked, and placed her into Ptl. 
Scotts patrol vehicle.

Ptl. Scott and myself walked up to the residence and knocked on the door to which the 
father, Cody Powell, answered and we asked if he knew his child was walking across 
the street. Cody states he works midnights, and had just woken up to us knocking on 
his door. We made the conclusion to not charge Cody, but Michelle was to be charged 
with endangering children 2919.22(F4), and bonded out with a mandatory court date of 
September 5, 2019 @ 0900A.M.


Ptl. Peterman #511
8/29/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   8/29/2019 @ 10:57
Case No.: 19008196

Criminal
Smith PD


ARREST: James Poffenberger (AGE 40)


Endangering Children   2919.22  / BOND $4,000.00

Falsification   2921.13  / BOND $1,250.00

Obstruction    2921.31   / BOND $1,000.00


On 08/29/2019, I was dispatched to assist the Smith Twp. Police Dept. in reference to 
a endangering case. 

K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 08/29/2019. I was dispatched to assist the Smith Twp. Police Dept. in reference to 
a endangering case. I arrived on location and spoke to Ptl. Caughey and Chief 
Ceresna, whom advised that they located a child in the area of South 12th Street and 
US 62 walking around barefoot. Smith units advised that the child got out of a house in 
Sebring, and wondered into their jurisdiction and advised that this case was ours. 

I contacted Chief Harris whom spoke with Prosecutor Tolson whom advised that this 
would be a Sebring Case. With the parents already there I decided to conduct 
interviews there. I was advised by Smith units that they were advised by the parents 
that the mother was not home during the incident that the father was at home with the 
juvenile and the father was upstairs and when he was upstairs the child escaped the 
house. The father advised that he was searching for the juvenile and couldn't find the 
juvenile so he called the mother who came back to the residence and started looking 
for the juvenile without luck and subsequently came to the department.

I called Children Services and a worker was coming to handle the custody of the 
juvenile.

I called the mother back whom was identified as Shayla Egnor whom started the 
interview off by stating that she lied to the Smith Twp. Officers. Shayla advised that she 
was at her aunts the previous night due to a domestic situation. Shayla advise that she 
went back to the residence to wake up James and get him to work and she discovered 
that the child was gone. Shayla advised that she woke up James and they looked for 
the child with out success and came to the department. 

Shayla advised that she lied to police and to protect James and make it appear as if he 
was not sleeping when he was. 

I obtained a statement. Once the statement was complete I forwarded my findings to 
the Smith units, whom advised that they were filing charges against her for 
falsification.

I then called back the father whom was identified as James Poffenberger. I asked 
James what happened and he advised that he was upstairs and he while he was 
upstairs the child went down stairs to get cereal and never came back up. James 
advised that he then searched for the child and couldn't find him and then called 
Shayla. James advised that Shayla came home and they looked and couldn't find the 
juvenile. James was then advised of the falsification waiver on the front of the 
statement packet and advised he understood it and signed it and proceeded to write 
his statement.

Once complete I attempted to work out the differences in the stories and James stood 
up and put his hands in front of him and said "I'm not doing this. just arrest me 
already." At which point James was placed into custody and placed into cuffs. James 
was read his rights and was sat on the prisoner bench. I radioed for another unit to 
come transport James to station. I called Chief Harris whom was with Prosecutor 
Tolson. The two discussed the charges and it was determined that James was going to 
be charged with F4 Endangering Children, M1 Falsification, and M2 Obstructing. 
James was taken back to our station and Smith units stayed at their station with the 
mother and child and awaited for Children Services.

James was processed, photographed, and DNA was obtained. James was then taken 
to MCC#3 where he was arraigned and sent to MCJ on a $15,000 bond. This case will 
be closed.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/30/2019 @ 0829hrs
Case No.: 19008201 

TRAFFIC
S Johnson Rd/Heacock Extension, Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Dominick Chacon (AGE 22)
2035 S Linden Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Speed - Over Limits (62/35) SCO 333.03


On Friday, August 30,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement on S Johnson Rd at US-62 in marked unit #304 facing south. I observed 
a white Chevrolet +door sedan turn north onto S Johnson Rd and begin to accelerate 
rapidly. Upon activating my rear mounted radar antenna, I observed a digital readout of 
47 MPH in a marked 35 MPH zone. I observed the vehicle speed increase rapidly from 
47 MPH to 62 MPH just as it cleared the very north end of Grandview Cemetery.

I pulled onto S Johnson Rd and activated my overhead emergency lights, audible siren 
and attempted to catch up with the vehicle. While catching up to the vehicle, Smith 
Township Patrolman Everhart pulled onto S Johnson Rd from the 1200 block with his 
emergency lights and audible siren activated as well. The vehicle, a white Chevrolet 
bearing Ohio registration HAT8249, came to a complete stop in front of Heacock 
Extension.

Patrolman Everhart and I established contact with the driver, identified as Dominick 
Chacon and informed him of the reason for the stop. Chacon apologized and stated he 
did not realize he was not going that fast and claimed he was late for work. Patrolman 
Everhart advised he could smell an odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. I 
asked Chacon if he had anything in the vehicle that could get him in trouble and if he 
would give us consent to search. Chacon stated he did not have anything in the 
vehicle and granted us consent to search.

Chacon provided his operator's license and vehicle registration upon request but was 
unable to provide valid proof of insurance. Chacon was instructed to exit the vehicle 
while patrolman Everhart conducted the consent search. A cursory pat down of 
Chacon was conducted for weapons. No weapons were felt on Chacon and no 
contraband was discovered during the consent search of the vehicle. 

Chacon was issued traffic citation #031728 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits 
(62/35) and informed of his mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 
on Thursday, September 12,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.30.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   8/30/2019 @ 1916hrs
Case No.: 19008206 

Traffic
100 block N. 12th St. Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Gregory Miller (AGE 33)
12176 North 12th Street Beloit, Ohio 44609

Speed (51/35)  SCO 333.03


At 19:16 hours, on August 30,2019, I was conducting traffic enforcement in marked 
unit 303. While southbound in the 100 block South 12th street, I observed a 
northbound red utility truck near the intersection of S. 12th and E. Georgia, that 
appeared to be moving at a speed greater than that of the 35 MPH posted limit. Upon 
activating the front facing antenna to my in-car radar unit, I obtained a locked speed of 
51MPH. Once the red truck passed me, I turned my patrol car around, positioned 
myself behind the truck, activated my overhead emergency lights, and initiated a traffic 
stop. The red Chevrolet utility truck, bearing Ohio Registration PKF 1461 came to a 
stop in the parking lot of Sebring Tire.

I then approached and made contact with the driver, later identified as Gregory Allen 
Miller, by his Ohio Driver License, and informed him of the reason for the stop as well 
as asked him if he was aware of how fast he was going. I also requested his proof of 
insurance and vehicle registration. Mr. Miller advised that he was coming home from 
work and was in a hurry to get home and was not aware of his speed. I also noticed 
Mr. Miller had two children with him, both appearing to be under the ages of eight, and 
with both being properly restrained. 

I then issued Mr. Miller citation #031540, for Sebring Codified Ordnance 333.03 (speed 
51 in a 35MPH zone). It should be noted that the calibration to car 303's radar unit was 
verified at both the start of my shift at 15:00 hours and after issuing Mr. Miller his 
citation. 

Mr. Miller was given a court time and date of 9:00am on Thursday Sept 12,2019, with 
no personal appearance required. Mr. Miller then signed the citation, was given his 
copy, and I cleared from the stop with no further action and nothing additional to report 
at this time.



Ptl. Reed #513




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   8/31/2019 @  0013hrs
Case No.: 19008208 

Traffic
100 Block E. Ohio Ave.

CITED:  Budd Kuyper (AGE 43)
820 Milner St. Alliance, OH 44601

DUS  SCO 335.07


On 08/31/2019 at 12:13am I Ptl. Scott while on patrol in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling east on W. Ohio Ave. when I performed a random registration check on the 
vehicle in front of me. The vehicle was a black 2004 Chevrolet pickup truck bearing 
Ohio registration HUR1193.

The vehicle returned to Budd Kuyper from Alliance and his driving status was 
suspended. I initiated a traffic stop in the 100 block of E. Ohio Ave. I made contact with 
the driver which was Budd and asked him if he had his driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance which Budd stated that he did not and told me his license was 
suspended.

Budd stated that he came to Sebring to get gas because the Alliance police know what 
he drives and knows he is suspended.

I wrote Budd a traffic citation for DUS SCO 335.07 and cited Budd into MCC#3 with a 
court date of 09/05/2019 at 9:00am with a personal appearance required. Budd signed 
the citation and was provided with a copy and was released.

The vehicle was inventoried and towed to Springer's Towing on 10 N. 12th St.



Ptl. Scott #505
08/31/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/31/2019 @ 0346hrs
Case No.: 19008210 

Traffic 
300 Block W. Ohio Ave.

CITED: Dorian Davis (AGE 24)
1020 Nantucket Circle NE. Apt. C

DUS   SCO 335.07


On 8/31/2019 at 0109 hours Ptl. Scott and myself, Ptl. Peterman, observed a silver 
ford 4-door (bearing license plate # GUD9897) leaving the intersection of 15th and 
Ohio Ave and arrive at the Circle K. Upon exiting the vehicle, Ptl. Scott and one of the 
employees of the establishment observed a smell of marijuana coming from the car 
when the driver exited the vehicle. I could not smell anything due to an issue with my 
sinuses, but observed the individual behaving erratically. 

The man, a black male approx. 5' 10" in height, approached the counter, checked out, 
then reentered into the same vehicle, backed his vehicle up to the gas pump, then gets 
out to fuel the vehicle. He had a confused look when he could not get his credit card to 
work at the gas pump.

We observed for the next several minutes, the same individual walk back into, and out 
of the vehicle several times. The individual then drove his vehicle out of the parking lot 
onto N. 14th St. , and parked the vehicle at one of the 200 N. block residences. Upon 
exiting the vehicle, the subject turned to face us, walked down the sidewalk back onto 
Ohio Ave., and into a residence off of E. Ohio Ave. He repeated this action several 
times, raising both our suspicions that crime was afoot.

I maintained heavier patrol around the area of the vehicles location. Around 0346 
hours, I observed the vehicle in motion, leaving the same Circle K location. I 
approached the vehicle from the rear and activated my emergency overhead lights and 
audible siren. The vehicle stopped at the intersection of N. 18th and W. Ohio Ave. I 
approached the vehicle, and observed a female now operating the vehicle, with the 
same individual who was operating the vehicle earlier that morning in the passenger 
seat. I informed the driver and the passenger who I was, and the reason for the stop. I 
informed the passenger, identified as Dorian Dais, that his actions from earlier were 
very suspicious, and cause for the stop.

The driver, at this time Dayanaira Baldwin, who was the registered owner of the 
vehicle states she was going home. I stated due to the suspicious activities, I was to 
identify everyone in the vehicle. Dorian was on non-compliance suspension. I wrote a 
citation for driving under suspension 335.07 for Dorian Davis, with a mandatory court 
date of 09/05/2019. I gave Dorian a copy of the citation, then cleared.


Ptl. Peterman #511
8/31/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/31/2019  @ 1446hrs
Case No.: 19008213 

TRAFFIC 
S Johnson Rd/Grandview Cemetery, Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Terry Krauss (AGE 47)
2002 Notman Road, Deerfield, OH 44411

Speed - Over Limits (51/35)  SCO 333.03



On Saturday, August 31, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling north on S 
Johnson Rd from US-62 in marked unit #304. I observed a blue Ford truck southbound 
at a rate of speed that appeared to be higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. 

Upon activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked in a speed 
of 51 MPH. As the truck passed me, I activated my overhead emergency lights and 
turned around to initiate a traffic stop. The blue Ford truck, bearing Ohio registration 
GEX4931, came to a complete stop in front of Grandview Cemetery.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Terry Krauss, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. Krauss asked how I knew how fast he 
was operating his vehicle and I informed him through the mounted radar system in my 
cruiser. Krauss demanded to see the radar depicting his speed and I informed him that 
was not necessary and to remain in the vehicle. Krauss began to take his seatbelt off 
and I informed him if he attempted to exit the vehicle he would be arrested for 
obstruction. 

I requested Krauss to provide his driver's license, insurance and vehicle registration at 
least three times.

Krauss provided his license and proof of insurance after his attempts to argue with me 
were unsuccessful.

Smith Township Patrolman Sorokach was passing by and stopped at my request to 
provide cover for the remainder of the stop. Krauss was issued traffic citation #031729 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (51/35) and informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, September 12,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.31.2019




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Wednesday, August 28, 2019
02:21 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19008177

Criminal
135 E. Oregon Ave.

ARREST: Shawn Mellott (AGE 22)
496 W. Maryland Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

DOC W/ Persist                 ORC 2917.11 / Bond $500
Obstructing Official Business  ORC 2921.31 / Bond $1,000
Resisting Arrest               ORC 2921.33 / Bond $1,000
Assault                        ORC 2903.13 / Bond $4,000



DATE OFFENSE COMMITTED
8/25/2019

TIME OFFENSE COMMITTED
0156

COURT APPEARANCE - DATE AND TIME
MCC#3 8/29/2019 9:00am



On 08/25/2019 I Ptl. Scott and Ptl. Peterman responded to the street in front of the 
Schmid's Bar for a Fight in Progress .

Ptl. Scott #505
08/25/2019



Upon our arrival I observed two males by a vehicle in the street being Brian Anderson 
and William Mellott. William had his son Shawn in a headlock and Brian was 
attempting to calm Shawn down. I asked them what was going on and William stated 
that his son is drunk and is acting erratic.

Shawn then took his hand and punched William in the back of the head and William 
while still having Shawn in a headlock punched Shawn in the head. I ordered William 
to let Shawn go and he did.

Shawn attempted to continue fighting his father. I then pulled out of my OC spray and 
told them both to stop. Shawn then attempted to rush me and I took him to the ground. 
Shawn was being belligerent and swung his arms around and resisted. I told Shawn to 
stop and at one point Shawn lightly struck me on the right side of my face and then 
pulled back his right arm to strike me a second time. 

Ptl. Peterman got on top of Shawn and I put my hand on Shawn's neck/chest area and 
pushed him toward the ground and we put Shawn on his stomach and attempted to 
hand cuff Shawn. Shawn laid on his hands and we had to force his hands behind his 
back to place him into hand restraints. 

While attempting to put Shawn in the cruiser he gave dead weight and had to be 
carried and refused to get in the cruiser and had to be assisted. Once in the cruiser 
Shawn began to kick and headbutt the divider.

Once back at station Shawn complied while we began paperwork. Shawn stated he 
wanted an ambulance because he was tired so EMT was called and arrived. EMT 
transported Shawn to Altman Alliance where Shawn became belligerent once more 
and threatened staff and Ptl Peterman and Alliance was called to have Shawn put 
back into the cruiser after Shawn had been medically clear.

Ptl. Peterman while on the way back to 40 stated on the radio that Shawn spit in his 
face and him and three Alliance officers where present and assisted Shawn back into 
Ptl. Peterman's cruiser.

Once back at station I called Smith Twp. for a 57 and Ptl. Stanton arrived and assisted 
with placing Shawn into leg shackles. Shawn was charged with DOC w/ persist ORC 
2917.11 M4, 

Obstructing official business ORC 2921.31 M-2, 

Resisting Arrest ORC 2921.33 M-2, 

and Assault ORC 2903.13 F-4. 

Ptl. Peterman than transported Shawn to the Mahoning County Jail and the jail was 
notified of Shawn's combative behavior.

Ptl. Scott #505
08/25/2019




................ Ptl. Peterman #511


On arrival, I observed two male individuals fighting against a vehicle, one being 
identified as Shawn Mellott who was still inside the drivers rear portion of the vehicle, 
and his father, William Mellott. William had Shawn in a headlock, as I asked why he 
was doing this, told me Shawn was acting very irrational due to his extreme 
intoxication level, and attempted to fight William. Shawn at this time then began 
punching William, closed fists, in his back, head, and groin regions. Ptl. Scott reached 
for his OC spray, and shouted for William to release Shawn so as we could restrain 
him and he complied.

Shawn then quickly approached Ptl. Scott, and I witnessed Shawn punch Ptl. Scott in 
the right side of the face, causing Ptl. Scott to grab Shawn, and escort him to the 
ground to restrain him.

Shawn laid on his back, and began to swing his arms around, shouting obscenities, 
and continued to resist arrest. Shawns father assisted us by laying on him as well, and 
when I asked he move away so I could roll him over onto his stomach he complied. 
William moved away from Shawn, and I quickly turned Shawn over, and laid on his 
lower body, and shouted to Shawn to "stop resisting" and "give to us his hands". 
Shawn continued to guard his hands on his chest, and Ptl. Scott and myself managed 
to break them free and place him in handcuffs. Shawn went dead weight as we 
assisted him to our patrol car, and we had to carry him into Ptl. Scotts cruiser. Shawn, 
while in Ptl. Scotts cruiser, began headbutting the divider, and window. After obtaining 
a witness statement from the father, and we both cleared the scene to return to station 
for jailing paperwork.

Ptl. Scott advised Shawn he would not be going to jail so long as he would calm down. 
Shawn refused to degress his violent attitude, and continued to yell obscenities, and 
threaten Ptl. Scott and myself he would "beat our fucking asses if we took off the 
badge", as Ptl. Scott, in a professional manner and attitude advised Shawn he was in a 
room that was monitored visually, and audibly.

Shawn still continued yelling threats and obscenities towards us until he passed out for 
his intoxicated status. We periodically checked to ensure Shawn was stable. We asked 
Shawn if he needed to see EMS, and he advised "Yeah, I do" , and when we asked 
why, he replied "because im tired". Dispatch radioed EMS to have Shawn transported 
for a medical evaulation.

Upon EMS'S arrival, Shawn calmed down somewhat, and had urinated inside of patrol 
vehicle 304 intentionally, and told no one he had to use the latrine. Shawn was placed 
on a medical transport bed, and transported to Alliance Community Hospital. At the 
hospital, I stood guard at the doorway of Shawns room. Shawn became increasingly 
agitated, yelling "I'd bash everyones heads in here", and continued threatening myself, 
and hospital staff. I called dispatch via my personal cellular device, and asked them to 
send Alliance Police Department to help assist with Shawn once he was discharged.

Shawn berated the Doctor whom was seeing him, and the nurses who entered the 
room to speak to Shawn.

On arrival of Alliance Police, Shawn advised me he was going to use the bathroom. I 
instructed Shawn that the nurse left a urine bottle as to use, and he became very 
frustrated with me, and began moving out of the hospital bed. I stepped in Shawns 
way as to prevent him from being around any staff or patients, and a patrolman of 
Alliance Police told Shawn to sit down. Shawn again refused to follow orders given to 
him, turned to me, and told me he was going to the bathroom. I advised "no, sitdown 
and use the urine bottle left for you". Shawn then placed his hand on my chest and 
pushed on me, I advised him not to do that, and he again placed his hand on my chest 
to push. 

At this time, I placed him in handcuffs again, and Alliance Police assisted in escorting 
Shawn from the building. I signed Shawns medical release papers, then left the 
building.

After exiting the ER sliding doors, Shawn made a comment directed towards 
merturned his head in my direction, and spit onto the right side of my face and cheek. 
We placed Shawn in the back of my cruiser, and I radioed dispatch I would be heading 
back to station, and additional charges will be filed for Assault 2903.13. Arriving at 
station, Shawn began to headbutt the windows, and divider of the cruiser again. Ptl. 
Stanton of Smith Township guarded Shawn while I finished the jailing paperwork.

We then placed Shawn in leg restraints due to his combative behavior.

After I called out to dispatch my mileage, I transported Shawn to Mahoning County 
Jail. I then cleared to station without further incident.


Ptl. Peterman #511 
8/25/2019



................K9 Det. Redfern 504

On 08/25/2019, By the request of Ptl. Scott, I went to the residence of William Mellott. I 
asked William what transpired the previous night and he advised that he went to go 
pick up his son from the bar and his son was combative and started taking swings on 
him. William advised that the cops showed up and Shawn attacked an officer and the 
officers "did their job, and used necessary force to control Shawn". 

William was presented with the opportunity to file a Domestic Violence Charge and 
William advised that he wished to not proceed. I obtained a DV refusal and cleared.

I Also by the request of Ptl. Scott, a State Complaint was drafted for Shawn for F4 
Assault on an Officer for punching Ptl. Scott in the face.


K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/23/2019   23:23hrs
Case No.: 19008171

Traffic
S. Johnson Rd. & Heacock Ext.

CITED:  Domingo Alicea (AGE 41)
339 New Garden Ave. Salem, OH 44460

DUS  SCO 335.07



On 08/23/2019 at 11:23pm I Ptl. Scott while in a marked police cruiser observed a 
2004 red Ford SW Ohio registration (HTH2243). I performed a random registration 
check and was advised by dispatch that the registered owner Domingo Alicea has a 
suspended Ohio driver's license and stated to check for an out of state driver's license. 
I activated the overhead lights on marked unit #301 and initiated a traffic stop on S. 
Johnson Rd near Heacock Ext. 

I identified the driver as Dorningo Alicea. I informed Domingo that his license was 
suspended in Ohio and he gave me a Florida license that was valid but since his 
Ohio's driver's license was suspended he cannot drive in the state of Ohio and I issued 
a traffic citation for DUS SCO 335.07 and gave Domingo a court date of 08/29/2019 at 
9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required since Domingo did not have 
proof of insurance.



Ptl. Scott #505
08/23/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8.23.2019  10:06
Case No.: 190080166

TRAFFIC
10 N 12th St, Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: John Stillwagon (AGE 61)
148 W Main St, Hopedale, OH 43976

Speed - Over Limits (55/35)   SCO 333.03



On Friday, August 23,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #303 in front of 100 S 12th St facing south. I observed a 
white van approach from the south at what appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 35 MPH limit. 

Upon activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked in a speed 
of 55 MPH. As the vehicle passed my location, I activated my overhead emergency 
lights and pulled onto S 1 2S~t to~ in itiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, a white Dodge 
van bearing Ohio registration GCV5501, came to a complete stop in front of 10 N 12th 
St.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as John Stillwagon, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for the stop. Stillwagon provided appropriate 
documentation upon request.

Stillwagon was issued traffic citation #031727 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits 
(55/35) and informed of his appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, September 5,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.23.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   8.22.2019   06:55hrs
Case No.: 19008161 

TRAFFIC
100 Block E Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Taylor Huff (AGE 25)
385 W Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)   SCO 337.27


On Thursday, August 22,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on E Indiana Ave at N 14th St facing east. I observed 
a blue Chevrolet Equinox approach the intersection from the south and continue west 
onto E Indiana Ave without stopping at the posted stop sign. I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and turned around to initiate a traffic stop. The blue Equinox, bearing 
Ohio registration GOA6288, came to a complete stop in the 100 block of E Indiana 
Ave.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Taylor Huff, I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop. While speaking with Huff, I observed she 
was not wearing her seat belt and asked if she had it on prior to being stopped. Huff 
admitted she had not been wearing her seat belt prior to being stopped. Huff provided 
appropriate documentation upon request.

Huff was given a verbal warning for the stop sign violation and issued traffic citation 
#031726 for SCO337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver). Huff was informed of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, September 5,2019 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.22.2019




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Wednesday, August 21, 2019
08:11 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT  8-17-19  16:17hrs
Case No.: 19008132

Traffic
S. 15th St. at Texas Ave.


CITED: Katlyn Clemens (AGE 24)
2561 Lexington Ave. Apt #44 Salem, OH 44460

Failure to have license on person  /  4507.35 ORC
Expired Plates  /  4503.11 ORC


On 08/17/2019 at 4:17pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
East on Texas Ave. when I observed a vehicle traveling North on S. 15'' St. not make a 
complete stop at the intersection.

The vehicle continued moving North on 1 5th St. and I turned onto 15th St. and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on 15th St. right at the intersection of Florida Ave. The vehicle was a Grey 
2011 Jeep SUV bearing Ohio registration HTH2859. I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the driver side and informed the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of insurance in which I did not 
receive any documentation.

The driver was later identified as Katlyn Clemens. Dispatch also advised me that the 
vehicle had expired plates as well.

I wrote Katlyn a traffic citation for expired plates (4503.11 ORC) , a traffic citation for 
failure to have license on person (4507.35 ORC) and a verbal warning for obedience 
to a traffic control device. I then gave her a court date of 08/22/19 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Katlyn signed the citation, I 
provided her with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
08/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19008135 

Traffic - Citation Issued
1000 Block of S. Johnson Rd.

CITED: Michael Stringer (AGE 58)
9603 Wildwood Dr. Chardon, OH 44024

Speeding  /  333.03 ORD


On 08/17/2019 at 8:18pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
South on Johnson Rd. in the 1000 Block, when I observed a vehicle traveling North on 
the same road approach at a high rate of speed. 

I turned on my moving radar and clocked the vehicle going 59mph in a 35mph zone. 
The vehicle continued moving North on Johnson and I turned around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on 
Johnson Rd. in the 1000 Block. The vehicle was a silver 2014 Mercedes Sprinter 
bearing Ohio registration PIV5686. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance in which I received a valid license and 
registration but no proof of insurance. 

The driver was later identified as Michael Stringer.

I wrote Michael a traffic citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave him a court date 
of 08/22/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Michael 
signed the citation, I provided him with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
08/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/15/2019  13:44hrs
Case No.: 19008113 

WARRANT

Roberta Maffei (AGE 70)
605 East Milton Rd, Alliance, 44601

LITTERING AND DEPOSIT OF GARBAGE  /  ORD 521.08B



On 08/15/2019 I charged Roberta Maffei with ORD 521.08B.

Ptl. Villanueva #512
08/15/2019


While at the court, Roberta was informed that she is going to get charged with 521.08B 
Littering and Deposit of Garbage because the building of 126 E. Oregon was still 
collapsed with no attempt at cleaning it up and also new trash was left of the left side 
front of the building. 

I then cleared the courts and began writing a summons for her to appear in court on 
09/19/2019 at 0900hrs at MCC#3.

Prosecutor Thersea Tolson is allowing Roberta a final attempt at cleaning up the trash 
for 30 days and she understood that if it was not cleaned up she will be arrested and 
taken to jail.


Ptl. Villanueva #512
08/15/2019


At 13:44 hours I served Roberta Maffei with her summons to court on 09/19/2019 at 
0900 hours at MCC#3 at our station.


Ptl. Villanueva #512
08/15/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8/14/2019   23:20hrs
Case No.: 19008108

Warrant
E. Ohio Ave. & N. 12th St.

Brittney Lashea Rohrer (AGE 20)
1004 S. Seneca Ave. Alliance, OH 44601

Warrant - Alliance


On 08/14/2019 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on E. Ohio Ave. and N. 
12th St. for rear illumination which resulted in the arrest of the front seat passenger for 
an active warrant out of Alliance Municipal Court.

Ptl. Scott #505
08/15/2019



Upon identifying occupants of the vehicle the driver Marissa Smith was valid and the 
passenger Brittney Rohrer had an entered warrant out of Alliance. Brittney was 
detained until the warrant was confirmed and once confirmed was placed into custody 
and was read miranda. Marissa was given a verbal warning for the traffic offense.

I then transported Brittney to Ralph's Deli and gave her over to Ptl. Boyle of the 
Alliance Police Department.


Ptl. Scott #505
08/15/2019




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Wednesday, August 14, 2019
09:31 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19007233 

Warrant--Criminal
SPD


ARREST: James  Miller (AGE 31)
13795 Thompson Street, Alliance Ohio 44601

Failure to Comply F4 / 2921.331C4 / BOND $4,000.00



On 07/30/2019. While in a marked K9 unit coming to work. I was nearly t-boned by an 
ATV at the intersection of South Johnson Road at US-62.

K9 Det. Redfern 504



INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-007244 REPORT DATE: 07/30/2019 14:44:00

On 07/30/2019. While in a marked K9 unit coming to work. I was nearly t-boned by an 
ATV at the intersection of South Johnson Road at US-62. I immediately activated my 
emergency flashing lights and audible sirens. I attempted to stop the vehicle on US-62. 
The driver of the ATV was shirtless and the rear passenger had a black shirt on. The 
ATV was an older red possibly a Honda. The rear passenger had black,brown hair and 
the driver had red hair. 

Due to an encounter the previous night with Steven and Christopher Guildoo I was 
able to identify the driver as Christopher Guildoo. Was right on the rear of the ATV as it 
nearly lost control in the intersection of US62 and 12th street. The ATV then proceeded 
in the Highland Memorial Park Cemetery where I deemed that continuing on would 
pose to much risk of serious physical harm to the driver and the passenger of the ATV. 
I terminated the attempt to stop.

While I was clearing the stop Chief Ceresna from the Smith Township Police 
Department requested to meet up after the encounter. I spoke with Chief Ceresna 
whom advised that just prior to that he was in a pursuit/attempt to stop with two ATVs 
and he was able to identify the driver of the Red ATV as Christopher Guildoo. Chief 
Ceresna advised that the other ATV was green in color and he lost them in the woods 
and it matched the physical description of that of the ATV's that was involved in his 
incident. I then cleared with a report.

K9 Det. Redfern 504


..........

On 08/01/2019, Prosecutor Tolson approved charges in this case. Warrants will be 
filed through MCC#3.

K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On Friday, August 2, 2019, I was notified by dispatch a felony arrest warrant for 
Christopher Guildoo was active out of Mahoning County Court #3. Dispatch also 
advised Guildoo was last scene at his residence on W California Ave in the village. 
After receiving his descriptive information, I proceededto 555 W California Ave and 
observed Guildoo in front of the residence, shirtless, walking around. I was able to 
observe the tattoos on his body that were listed in the description provided by 
dispatch. 

I established contact with Guildoo and informed him he had a felony warrant for his 
arrest out of Mahoning County Court #3 through our police department. Guildoo was 
placed in handcuffs behind his back (gapped/double locked) and subsequently 
searched for weapons and contraband. Although Guildoo was compliant and offered 
no resistance, bystanders and family on scene became agitated, at which point I 
requested additional units to respond for officer safety. I placed Guildoo in the back of 
marked unit #303 and advised him of his Miranda Rights. Guildoo acknowledged his 
Miranda Rights and advised he was not willing to waive them. Smith Township Chief 
Ceresna and Sebring Chief Harris arrived on scene at this time. 

Guildoo was transported back to the Sebring Police Department and escorted into the 
squad room where his handcuffs were removed and allowed to put a shirt on. Now in 
an audio and video recorded room, I read Guildo his rights again and again he stated 
he understood them and stated he was not willing to waive them to make a statement 
or answer questions. 

Guildoo was photographed and released into the custody of Smith Township 
Patrolman Everhart for transport to the Mahoning County Justice Center in 
Youngstown for additional unrelated charges.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507


..............



On 8/12/2019, Ptl. Everhart arrived on station with James Miller, whom turned himself 
into Smith PD for the warrant. James was processed on his warrant and offered the 
opportunity to post a bond. James advised that he could not. 

James was offered the opportunity to provide a statement and he advised that he did 
not wish to provide one. 

James was process and taken to the Mahoning County Jail on a $4,000.00 Bond with 
a court date of 8/15/19 at 0900 at MCC#3.


K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19008079

TRAFFIC
SR 62 near S Johnson Rd, Sebring, OH 44672

CITED: Jana Chapman (AGE 33)
481 Columbia St, Leetonia, OH 44431

Speed - Over Limits (69/55)  /  ORC4511.21



On Sunday, August 11, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling east on State 
Route 62 from S Johnson Rd towards S 15th St in marked unit #303. 

Upon approaching the 19500 block, I observed a vehicle travelling west at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than the posted 55 MPH limit. 

Upon activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked in a speed 
of 69 MPH. As the vehicle passed, I activated my overhead emergency lights, audible 
siren and turned around to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, a brown GMC Acadia 
bearing Ohio registration HEG9975, came to a final stop just east of S. Johnson Rd. 

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Jana Chapman, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for the stop. Chapman provided her driver's 
license and vehicle registration upon request but was unable to provide valid proof of 
insurance. Chapman was issued traffic citation #031650 for ORC 4511.21 Speed - 
Over Limits (6915.5) and informed of her mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, August 22,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.11.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT  8.10.2019  1224hrs
Case No.: 19008068

TRAFFIC
SR 621 Knox School Road, Sebring, OH 44601


CITED: Yvonne Gatewood (AGE 52)
244 Bonnieview Avenue, Alliance, OH 44601

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)  /  SCO 337.27


On Saturday, August 10,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on S Johnson Rd near State Route 62. I observed a 
vehicle travelling southbound passing Grandview Cemetery at what appeared to be a 
rate of speed higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. 

Upon activating my rear mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked in a speed of 
51 MPH. As the vehicle came to a stop at the red traffic light, I pulled out from my 
location and positioned myself behind the vehicle. As the light turned green and the 
vehicle turned east onto State Route 62, I activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic
stop.

The vehicle, a red Ford 4-door sedan bearing Ohio registration HMK6808, came to a 
complete stop off the shoulder of SR62 near Knox School Rd. Upon establishing 
contact with the driver, identified as Yvonne Gatewood, I identified myself and informed 
her of the reason for the stop. While speaking with Gatewood, I observed she was not 
wearing her seatbelt. After asking if she had it on prior to being stopped, Gatewood 
stated she did not. Gatewood provided her driver's license and vehicle registration 
upon request but was unable to produce valid proof of insurance.

Gatewood was issued traffic citation #031649 for SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to 
Wear (Driver) and given a verbal warning for speed (51/35). Gatewood was informed 
of her mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, August 
22,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.10.2019




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SEBNNG POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT  8/10/2019  1928hrs
Case No.: 19008072

Traffic
400 Block W. california Ave Sebring, OH 44672


CITED: Nathan Corntois (AGE 27)
18493 5th Street Beloit, OH 44609

Speed (46/25)  / SCO 333.03


At 19:28 hours, on August 10,2019, I was conducting traffic enforcement in marked 
unit 303. While sitting stationary, with my patrol car facing eastbound along the 
roadside on the 400 block of W. California Ave, I observed a dark colored Mazda 
Sedan traveling westbound at a speed that appeared to be higher than that of the 
25MPH limit. 

Upon activating the front facing antenna to my in car radar unit, I obtained a locked 
speed of 46MPH. I then activated my overhead emergency lights, pulled out onto the 
roadway, and initiated g traffic stop on the dark blue Mazda 6, bearing Ohio registration 
HPP 2452.

The vehicle came to a complete stop in front of The Salem Republic Rubber building. I 
then made contact with the male driver, and advised him of the reason for the stop as 
well as asked him for his driver license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance. 
The driver then provided me with the requested documents, with his Ohio Driver 
License identifying him as Nathan M. Comtois. When asked if he was aware of how 
fast he was going, Mr. Comtois stated that he believed he was going 45MPH. I also 
advised Comtois of how dangerous this was, seeing as I noticed he passed a 
pedestrian who was walking down California Avenue at the same time that I locked his 
speed.

After determining that Comtois had a valid driver license and no outstanding warrants, 
I wrote him citation #031539, for Sebring Codified Ordnance 333.03, speed, for going 
46MPH in a marked 25MPH zone. Mr. Comtois was given a mandatory court 
appearance at 9:00am on Thursday, August 22, 2019, at Mahoning County Court #3. 

It should also be noted that the calibration of the in-car radar unit in car #303 was 
successfully verified at both the start of my shift at 15:00, as well as after writing Mr. 
Comtois his citation. Nothing additional to report at this time.



Ptl. Reed  #513




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  August 8, 2019  1044hrs
Case No.: 19008026 

WARRANT - CRIMINAL
555 W California Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

ARREST: Steven Guildoo (AGE 45)
595 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Receiving Stolen Property / ORC 2913.51A / Bond $1,500.00


On Sunday, August 4, 2019, Patrolman Marchionda was dispatched to the Sebring 
Police Dept to speak with a complainant in the lobby.


Upon arrival, I established contact with the complainant, Christopher Kleinhans. 
Kleinhans produced a black Ignite Audio Mono Block Class D Car Amplifier 4000 
Watts Peak Power and stated he swiped it from a table at a residence on W California 
Ave claiming it was his. Kleinhans stated last month, his car broke down in 
Columbiana County and had to leave it at 2309 Westville Lake Rd. Kleinhans 
continued that when he returned to retrieve his vehicle a few days later, he discovered 
it had been broken into and several items stolen. Kleinhans stated he filed a report 
with the Columbiana County SheriWs Office on July 31, 2019.

Dispatch made contact with CCSO who faxed the report to our station. The report from 
CCSO shows Kleinhans stated the property taken was numerous misc. hand tools, a 
2200 RPM DeWalt power drill, two AMPS and 2 sub woofers, a Kenwood CD player 
along with other misc. property. The report from CCSO did not contain any serial 
numbers or additional information. 

I informed Kleinhans that without proper documentation depicting serial numbers, for 
all I knew the amp he brought into the station could be anybody's. Kleinhans became 
frustrated and argumentative stating he saw other property belonging to him at the 
house he took the amp from. Kleinhans turned the amp over to show the underside 
where 5 circular cushions had been affixed claiming the amps do not come like this, 
that he installed them himself.

I asked Kleinhans if he could be more specific about the house and he stated its where 
Steven Guildoo lives. I asked Kleinhans he needed to produce proper documentation 
with serial numbers in order for the investigation to go forward. Kleinhans stated he 
had the boxes and documentation from Amazon at his residence on W Virginia Ave. I 
advised Kleinhans I would be securing the amp he brought into the station as 
evidence. After Kleinhans left the station, I secured the amp and placed it in the audio 
and video recorded squad room.

I proceeded to Kleinhans residence on W Virginia Ave where I observed him loading 
several Amazon boxes into his car to bring to the station. The boxes from Amazon had 
tracking and shipping labels still affixed to them with Kleinhans' name and address. I 
removed the merchandise boxes from the Amazon boxes and photographed the 
barcodes, serial numbers and product descriptions. I asked Kleinhan if he had any 
other documentation for the other property he claimed he saw at the house on W 
California Ave. Kleinhan stated the Kenwood CD player came with the car and he did 
not have paperwork for it. Kleinhan stated most of the tools were given to him by his 
cousin who according to Kleinhans, is now in jail.

Kleinhans provided a voluntary written statement stating he found his property in 
Sebring at a yard sale on California and grabbed one of the pieces to bring to the 
station. Kleinhans stated it was "Steve Gildoo" (Sic) who picked him up in Columbiana 
County when his car broke down. Kleinhans believes "Gildoo" went back to where his 
car was parked and took his stuff. 

Kleinhans inquired about getting his stuff back and I informed him I cannot guarantee 
he will get everything back. With the speaker descriptions and serial numbers, I 
cleared from W Virginia Ave and proceeded to 555 W California Ave. 

Following my arrival at 555 W California Ave, I established contact with Christopher 
Guildoo and his girlfriend, Catherine Woods. I informed Christopher and Catherine I 
was there as part of a stolen property investigation and if I could take a look around as 
I had received information that some of the property may be contained within their yard 
sale. Christopher and Catherine gave me consent to come further onto their property 
and check the items they had out for their yard sale. I informed Christopher and 
Catherine at any time, they could tell me to leave. I asked if they noticed anything 
missing from the yard sale and neither of them acknowledged anything missing.

I observed a large compartment containing two 'Boss Audio System' speakers sitting 
on a table in the driveway. Kleinhans described such a compartment containing two 
speakers and the boxes I photographed at his residence belonged to 'Boss Audio 
System' speakers. It was at this time, Steven Guildoo came out of the residence and I 
asked Christopher or Steven if they could take one of the speakers out so I can see 
the serial number. Steven removed one of the speakers and I photographed the serial 
number 'ZI.Pl29DC 190100216.' I thanked Christopher and Steven for their help and 
cleared.

After reviewing the photographs I took at Kleinhans' residence, I noticed I was missing 
one of the boxes and the serial number did not match the box I had photographed. I 
proceeded back to Kleinhans' residence and asked him to show me all of the boxes 
again. Kleinhans produced another 'Boss Audio Systems' box with a serial number 'Z1 
.P129DC 190100216.
 
After verifying the speaker serial number at 555 W California Ave matched the one on 
the box at Kleinhans residence, I went back to W California Ave.

Upon arrival, I asked Christopher and Steven if either one of them was willing to come 
back to the station to provide a voluntary statement. I advised they were not under 
arrest or detained. Christopher acted as if he did not know where the speaker 
compartment came from and Steven looked at Christopher and said something about 
receiving it on a trade from some guy. Steven and Christopher declined to come to the 
station to make a statement. I then confiscated the speaker compartment containing 
the two speakers and secured them in the trunk of marked unit #303.

Once back at the station, I placed the speaker compartment on the desk in the squad 
room. In good faith, I removed the second speaker from the compartment to check the 
serial number and observed the serial number to be 'Z1 .PI 29DC 1903001 11 .' The 
serial number on the second speaker matched the other box I photographed at 
Kleinhans residence. The amp and speaker compartment were logged, photographed 
and all photographs taken were uploaded to a department computer. The Ignite Audio 
Mono Block Class D Car Amplifier 4000 Watts Peak Power was secured in evidence 
locker #2 and the speaker compartment containing the two 'Boss Audio System' sub 
woofer speakers was secured in K9 Detective Redfern's office due to its large size until 
the evidence officer can relocate it to the evidence room.

Another attempt to obtain statements from Christopher and Steven will be made at a 
later date.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8-4-2019

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On Monday, August 5, 2019, I established contact with Christopher Guildoo at his 
residence, 555 W California Ave. I advised Christopher he was not under arrest nor 
was he being detained and asked him if he was willing to answer questions. I informed 
Christopher of his Miranda Rights and asked if he understood them. He stated he did 
and stated he was willing to answer questions. I retrieved a statement form and read 
Christopher his rights again, which he understood and signed a Miranda Rights waiver.

In his statement, Christopher wrote he was under the impression that Jerry Carter's 
son, Jake, brought the stolen 12" sub woofer speakers to the house on a trade with his 
brother Steve last week.

Christopher wrote he had no involvement in the speakers being brought to the house 
and was not certain if his brother was. Christopher initialed all answers and signed the 
statement. Back at the station, a check of Mahoning County Jail records both online 
and on the phone with a deputy shows Jacob Carter was booked into jail in May and 
released this morning for transport to prison.

I went back to 555 W California Ave and informed Christopher of this and advised him 
he was committing falsification for the statement he provided. Christopher admitted he 
was not home when the sub speakers were brought to his house so he could not 
technically see who brought them. I asked Christopher who told him Jake brought the 
stolen sub woofer speakers to his house and Christopher states his brother, Steve, told 
him. Christopher provided his initials and signature for the additional answers 
provided.

On Sunday, Steven had already conveyed he was not willing to make a statement. I 
attempted to make contact with Steven at a residence I was informed he was living at. 
Following my arrival at 595 W. Ohio Ave, I knocked several times and yelled into an 
open window. Nobody answered and nobody came to the door.


This case will be forwarded to the prosecutors office for the approval of an arrest 
warrant for Steven Guildoo for ORC 2913.51A Receiving stolen property, a 
misdemeanor of the first degree.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.5.2019


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An arrest warrant for Steven Guildoo for ORC 2913.51A Receiving stolen property, a 
misdemeanor of the first degree, has been approved by the prosecutor's office. A state 
complaint and criminal rule 4 affidavit will be filed with Mahoning County Court #3. 
After obtaining the arrest warrant from the clerk of courts, Patrolman Brindack and I 
proceeded to 555 W California Ave, where I last saw Steven earlier in the shift.

Upon arrival, we established contact with Steven and I informed him there was a 
warrant for his arrest for receiving stolen property and subsequently took him into 
custody. Steven was cooperative and did not resist at anytime. Steven was placed in 
handcuffs behind his back (gapped/doublelocked) and informed of his Miranda Rights. 
Steven stated he understood his rights after being asked.

Steven was transported to the Sebring Police Dept and was provided his copy of the 
warrant. After photographing Steven, he was immediately taken to Mahoning County 
Court #3 and brought before Judge Morgan. Steven was released on his own 
recognizance and provided his next date in court by the bailiff. Fingerprints will be 
obtained during Steven's next appearance at court.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
8.8.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  August 7,2019 1840 hrs
Case No.: 19008052

TRAFFIC
S Johnson Rd / W New York Ave


CITED: Michel EngleHaupt AGE 26)
2304 8th St NW Canton OH 44701

DUS  /  335.07



On 08/07/19 I was parked at the comer of Ohio Ave and N Johnson Rd. While parked I 
observed a black truck pull up to the stop sign at Ohio and Johnson and drive through 
failing to come to a completestop. I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle which was now 
on Johnson Rd travelling south. 

The vehicle turned a black ford F250 bearing OH HJU4167 turned left onto New York 
Ave and came to a complete stop. I made contact with the driver later identified as 
Michel Englehaupt who advised me he was suspended. I confirmed this through 
dispatch who informed me he had 14 open suspensions. 

Michel was issued a citation for DUS 335.07 and a instead of towing the vehicle I 
followed him to his mother's house which was just a street away on Georgia Ave. 
Michel was given a court date at MCC#3 of 08/15/19 at 0900hrs.


Ptl. Brindack 506
08/07/19




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Tuesday, August 06, 2019
04:07 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  8.4.2019 12:07
Case No.:	19008025

TRAFFIC												
450 Courtney Rd, Sebring, OH 44672
							
CITED:	Scott	Sinley	(AGE 51)									18487 
Courtney Rd, Beloit, OH 44609													
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) / SCO 337.27

INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S) / PtI D. Marchionda #507

On Sunday, August 04, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling east on 
Courtney Rd near Allied Dr in marked unit #303. As I neared 350 Courtney Rd, I 
observed a small tan vehicle travelling west at a rate of speed I believed to be higher 
than the posted 35 MPH limit. Upon activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed and locked in a speed of 51 MPH. I activated my overhead emergency lights 
and turned around as the vehicle passed me. The vehicle, a tan Chevrolet 4-door 
sedan bearing Ohio registration GKG2558, came to a complete stop in the parking lot 
of 450 Courtney Rd.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Scott Sinley, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. While speaking to Sinley, I observed he 
was not wearing his seatbelt and inquired as to why he was not wearing it. Sinley 
stated he was wearing it earlier but did not have it on before I stopped him. Sinley 
provided all of the appropriate documentation upon request except for valid proof of 
insurance. Sinley was given a verbal warning for the speed violation and issued traffic 
citation #031648 for SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver). Sinley was 
informed of his mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507 8.4.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.:	19008010						

Criminal
806 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672
						
ARREST:	James	Kaminski	
806 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672											

Intimidation of a witness / 2921.04  /  Bond $8,000.00
Retaliation               / 2921.05  /  Bond $8,000.00
Aggravated Menacing	  / 2903.21  /  Bond $1,250.00										

Bond Total $17,250.00


ARREST/OFFENSE	
2903.21	Aggravated Menacing	M-1 - Misdemeanor - 1
2921.04B Intimidation victim witness by force, threat	F-3 - Felony - 3
2921-05A Retaliation against a public servant, party official, attorney or	F-3 - 
Felony - 3

	K9 Det. Redfern 504

ORI NUMBER:	0H0500700	INCIDENT NUMBER:	19-008010	REPORT 
DATE:	08/01/2019 19:44:00		
			

On 08/01/2019, Units were dispatched to a neighbor dispute in shortly after clearing a 
prior call for	service. Reference 19008008. I was dispatched back to the 800 block 
of West Ohio Avenue due to alleged accusations of threat of serious physical harm. I 
requested Ptl. Roberto assist due to my last encounter the alleged primary aggressor 
was intoxicated and hostile. I went to the residence of Brian Anderson whom was in 
the driveway with his mother and father. I was previously out with Brian in reference to 
a lost dog running in the roadway. I arrived on scene and spoke to Brian whom advised 
that the neighbor who the dog belonged to was standing at the end of his driveway 
making gestures and yelling down the road at him Brian advised that he let it go until 
he started threatening him Brian advised that he went to the north east corner of his 
driveway and yelled at the guy to repeat what it was that he said Brian stated that 
James yelled and said that he was going to beat his ass Brian advised that he told 
James to come over and do it Brian advised that James kept screaming and yelling 
and James wife got involved and tried holding him back.,Brian advised that he told 
James that if he was going to do something then come and do it Brian said at that 
point James advised him that he was going to slice his throat since he called the police 
Brian advised that he retreated back to his residence and called the police I spoke to 
Brian's parents whom were on scene whom corroborated Brian's story I obtained a 
statement from Brian While Brian was writing his statement in the garage.

		
Ptl. Rober and I waited outside in the driveway. While we were standing there James 
and his wife walked to the end of the driveway. James started making obscene 
gestures and yelling at us once he say that Brian was writing on a paper. Amanda 
yelled at James and James would go back down the driveway and come back to the 
end and yell obscenities, while continuing to make offensive gestures.
		
Brian advised that he felt intimidated by the actions that took place today and he feels 
as if these actions occurred because the police were involved in the dog running at 
large.		
	
After the statement was obtained, Ptl. Rober and I went over to speak with James and 
James was immediately confrontational. James started yelling obscenities and was 
extremely disrespectful to officers. I advised James that was going to be placed under 
arrest. At this point James became combative and placed his beer on the ground and 
started to square up while clenching his fists at officers. I request Alliance Police 
Department for a greater officer presence. Amanda stood in between officers and 
James and had James go in the house. I ordered James to stay outside while I could 
get his side of the story. James was not interested and just wanted to scream and yell. 

Alliance arrived and at this point James calmed down and said if you're going to arrest 
me go ahead and	placed his hands behind his back. James was then taken into 
custody and placed in the rear of Smith Twp. Cruiser. Amanda advised that if her 
husband was gong to jail she wanted to file charges against Brian. I advised Amanda 
that I was not taking a report to retaliate due to her husband getting arrested. I read 
James his rights and then cleared. Smith Twp. transported James back to the station.	
	
James was processed and transported to the Mahoning County Jail.		


K9 Det. Redfern 504


		
REPORTING OFFICER:	Redfern, Jr., Chad	IBADGE NO.: 504	IDATE: 08/02/2019 
00:50

On 08/01/2019, I received a call from Amanda advising that she had witnesses to the 
event and she wanted me to come obtain statements. I went back out to Amanda's 
residence. I spoke to Lisa Haas	and her juvenile son, and to Amanda. Amanda 
advised that Brian came over across the street from their driveway and started yelling 
at them. Both Lisa and her son made similar statements stating that	Brian came over 
from across the street and started yelling at them. Statements were obtained and I 
then cleared.		
			
K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 08/01/2019, I will obtain more statements in reference to this event and review 
idditional charges.


K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.:	19008008

Criminal
806 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672
		
AAREST:	James	Kaminski (AGE 42)
806 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672											

DOC Persist		2917.11	/ $500.00	
Dogs Running at Large	951.02  / $500.00	
																					
On 08/01/2019, I was dispatched to the 700 block of West Ohio Avenue in reference to 
a fire complaint

K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 08/01/2019, I was dispatched to the 700 block of West Ohio Avenue in reference to 
a fire complaint I was advised that a subject whom was in the 700 block of West Ohio 
who was given	permission to burn was burning furniture in the back yard While I 
was enroute I was advised by Chief Anderson via radio that there was no need for 
police to respond-that the issue was being addressed I copied that information as I 
was pulling up on scene.
	
I got out of my car to speak with Chief Anderson in reference to the event and 
observed a beagle who was on the south side of the road run across the street nearly 
getting struck by two vehicles, Chief Anderson prevented the small dog from getting hit 
by warning the motorists of the dog The dog started to go down the drive way of 806 
West Ohio Avenue I proceeded down the drive way and found a male standing in the 
driveway. Chief Anderson was behind me as I got the males attention I asked the male 
if this beagle was his dog since it was running around in yards across the street and 
the male advised that it was indeed his. 

The male whom was obviously intoxicated was immediately	offended and triggered by 
question and immediately became aggressive in nature The male started	saying that 
the department needed to worry about drugs and speeders versus peoples dogs 
running around The male then started to verbally attack Chief Anderson and 
demanded to know who he was and what his role in the event was Chief Anderson 
advised that he was just trying to find the owner of the dog that he prevented from 
being hit on the road. Chief Anderson started to walk back up the driveway as the male 
continued to scream and yell at him I advised the male that he needed to stop yelling 
at him he was just trying to prevent his dog from getting hit. 

The male then started to yell	profane words at the Fire Chief and I once more I then 
requested the males ID card The male then went into his garage and got his ID. The 
male then gave me his ID as his wife came out. The male was identified as James 
Kaminski of that address and his wife was identified as Amanda Kaminski also of the 
same address. 

James continued to scream and yell obscenities at the Chief and I several times after 
being ordered to cease and desist. Due to the commotion it was noted that several	
passerby and neighbors started to stop cars and take notice of the event. I advised the 
male that he was going to be cited for this event and going to be charged with 
Disorderly Conduct with persist. I advised James that he would be served with a 
summons at a later time once it was drafted. I started to proceed up the drive way as 
both James and Amanda started yelling at the Fire Chief and I. 

I then	cleared the scene with out incident with intentions of serving a citation.	
	
K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.:	19007254						

Traffic
Ohio Ave near N. 16th St.
			
CITED:	Stella	McCullough  (AGE 18)
177 W. Ely Alliance, 0H44601													

Speeding	333.03 ORD									
																
							
INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S)	Ptl. Everhart	REPORT MADE BY	Ptl. 
Everhart	DATE	7-31-19		

On 07/31/2019 at 4:11pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
West on Ohio Ave. when I observed a vehicle traveling East on the same road 
approach at a high rate of speed. I turned on my moving radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 37mph in a 25mph zone just before the intersection of N. 16th St.

The vehicle continued moving East on Ohio Ave. and I turned around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on Ohio 
Ave. right at the intersection of N.16th1 St. The vehicle was a White 2003 Hyundai 
Sonata bearing Ohio registration HURl 155. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid insurance, a valid license and registration. The 
driver was later identified as Stella McCullough.

I wrote Stella a traffic citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave her a court date of 
08/08/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Stella 
signed the citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.



PtI. Everhart #514
07/31/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/23/2019
Case No.:	19007189	

WARRANT	
COLUMBIANA COUNTY JAIL

ANDREW CULP JR	(AGE 30)													
N. 18TH STREET, SEBRING 44672	

OBSTRUCTING OFFICIAL BUSINESS	2921.31	 /  Bond $1,000.00
																					

On 07/23/2019 I PtI. Scott initiated a traffic stop in which the passenger had an active 
warrant for their arrest.		

PtI. Scott #505		
07/24/2019


		
While on a traffic stop on S. 15th St. near US RI 62 I asked the passenger of the 
vehicle for their driver's license in which the individual stated that he did not have it on 
him, I then asked for his name and I was told Andrew Culp. I then ran the driver and 
the passenger.
		
The driver was valid with no warrants and then dispatch advised me that Andrew Culp 
had an entered pur 1 warrant out of Columbiana County. I asked dispatch for the last 
four digits of Andrew's social	security number and his date of birth I then asked 
Andrew what his social security number was	Andrew stated that he did not know. I 
asked Andrew to exit the vehicle and come to the rear of the vehicle and I asked him 
what his birthday was and Andrew stated October 11th, Andrew CuIp's	birthday is 
03/02/1989 Then he stated that I misunderstood him and told me that his name was 
Michael.	
		
I then noticed that the passenger door was still open and I observed Andrew's wallet 
sitting on the seat I picked the wallet up and saw that his identification was in the wallet 
and the name on it was Andrew Culp I asked the driver of the vehicle Anthony Jordan 
if he knew the passenger and he stated	that his name was Andrew Culp I then 
detained Andrew and placed him in hand restraints and then	placed him in the 
rear of marked unit #303.	
	
Dispatch advised me that Columbiana County Sheriffs Office will meet at Westville 
Lake at the	Sunoco gas station. I drove to the gas station and transferred Andrew 
into the deputies custody and	then cleared.	
	
Warrants will be typed for Andrew, Andrew attempting to lie and conceal his identity 
due to him	having an active warrant.		

Ptl. Scott #505		
07/24/2019		
	
		
On 07/30/2019, I transported Andrew Lee Gulp Jr to fingerprint and photograph him on 
a warrant for Obstructing Official Business on 07/23/2019. He was then given a court 
date of 08/01/2019 at 0900 hrs for at MCC #3. I then released then and gave him a 
courtesy drop off at his home then cleared.	

	
Ptl. Villanueva #512		
07/30/2019	




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7.29.2019  10:14
Case No.:	19007227						

TRAFFIC
W Oregon Ave/N Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672

CITED:	Ebony	Miller	(AGE 50)												
883 S 14th St, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Obedience To Traffic Control Device	SCO 313.01	


On Monday, July 29, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #303 on N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a blue 
vehicle approach the intersection from the east and proceed south on N Johnson Rd 
without stopping at the posted stop sign/red flashing traffic lights. I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and pulled onto N Johnson Rd behind the vehicle to initiate 
a traffic stop. The vehicle, a blue Dodge hatchback bearing Ohio registration 
HRE3608, came to a complete stop on W Oregon Ave off N Johnson Rd.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, Ebony Miller, I identified myself and informed 
her of the reason for the stop. Miller provided all appropriate documentation upon 
request. Miller was issued traffic citation #031647 for SCO 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Device and informed of her appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507 7.29.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   7/27/2019  16:57
Case No.:	19007217						

traffic
Ohio Ave / 15th St

CITED:	Shane	Powell	(AGE 28)												
270 Honeysuckle In. Sardis TN 38371

No operators license	335.01	


INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S)	Ptl. Brmdack 506	REPORT MADE BY	Ptl. 
Brindack 506	DATE	7/27/2019			

On 07/27/19 while in a marked patrol car I was travelling east bound on W Ohio Ave 
when I observed a black car travelling west on Ohio towards me that appeared to be 
travelling faster than the posted speed limit of 25mph I activated my in car RADAR and 
clocked the vehicle at 35mph. I turned around and activated my lights and sirens 
attempting to stop the vehicle which at this point had passed me along with 2 other 
cars. The vehicle later found to be a black ford fusion bearing OH HRV1297 quickly 
turned right onto 17th St. I continued after the vehicle which turned right again and was 
now headed east in the alley was between Maryland and Ohio. I followed the vehicle 
with my lights and sirens still active and the vehicle turned right onto 16 St and 
immediately turned left onto Ohio heading back the way he came. 

This lead me to believe the vehicle may be attempting to evade me and all called this 
over the radio as such The vehicle came to a stop at Ohio and 15 th st and Ptl 
Marchionda who was now with me approached the driver identified as Shane Michael 
Powell Shane alleged that he saw the lights but thought I was stopping someone else. 
Shane presented a Tennessee ID which read "not valid for operation of any vehicle". 
Dispatcher confirmed this was an ID only. 

Shane was cited for no operator license and given a verbal warning for the speed 
Shane was not charged with failure to comply given when I initially attempted to stop 
him on Ohio there were vehicle between us, and I allowed his brother who did have a 
valid OH license to come take the vehicle away.



Ptl. Brindack 506
07/27/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/27/2019   13:40
Case No.:	19007214


Traffic / Speed	
W. Ohio Ave near 16th St

CITED:	Michael	Underwood	(AGE 41)											
11813 Johnson Rd Beloit 44609													

Speed 40/25	333.03	


7/27/19

On this date and time, while on patrol in the Village of Sebring I observed a silver 
Chevy Impala bearing Ohio registration HHR9844 traveling West on Ohio Ave near 16 
thSt. I observed the vehicle traveling at a visibly high rate of speed and was clocked 
via Car #302 at 40 Mph in a clearly posted 25 Mph zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was issued a citation for speed 40/25 and 
given a court date in Mcc#3 on8/8/19 at 9am.


SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   7/26/2019   15:52
Case No.:	19007207

Traffic	/ speed 47/35
N Johnson Rd near 800 block

CITED:	Anthony	Becher	(AGE 39)
2654 Daleford Ave NE Canton 44672												

speed 47/35   /   333.03								
				


On 07/26/19 while in marked patrol car I was travelling South on N Johnson Rd near 
the 800 block of N Johnson rd While driving I observed a black truck travelling North 
bound a few blocks ahead of me on N Johnson Rd the vehicle was rapidly 
approaching me and appeared to be travelling faster than the posted speed limit of 
35mph I activated my in car RADAR and clocked the vehicle at 47mph. I turned 
around and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle which was at this time passing me. 

The vehicle a black ford truck bearing OH RT002656. I made contact with the driver 
identified as Anthony Becher who I was advised by dispatch had 5 citations in the last 
12 months none of which were moving violations. Anthony was cited for speed 333.03 
and given a court date at MCC#3 of 08/02/19 at 0900hrs.


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/26/19





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   7.26.2019   11:59
Case No.:	19007204

TRAFFIC
Near 1120 N Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672


Last	Michael	Sutton	(AGE 25)												
195 E Maryland Ave, Sebring, OH 44672												

Speed - Over Limits (65/35) / SCO 333.03										

				
INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S)	Ptl D. Marchionda #507	REPORT MADE BY	
Ptl D. Marchionda #507	DATE	7.26.2019		

On Friday, July 26, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on N Johnson and Courtney Rd facing south I 
observed a blue vehicle approaching my location from the north through my rearview 
mirror at a rate of speed I believed to be higher than the posted 35 MPH limit After 
activating my rear mounted radar antenna, I observed a speed of 65 MPH I activated 
my overhead emergency lights and pulled behind the vehicle on N Johnson Rd to 
initiate a traffic stop The vehicle, a blue Mercury 2-door sedan bearing Ohio Historical 
registration 092ZDK, decelerated rapidly and came to a complete stop in front of 1120 
N Johnson Rd.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Michael Sutton, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for the stop Sutton provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request Sutton was issued traffic citation #031646 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (65/35) and informed of his appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 0900.

Ptl D. Marchionda #507 7.26.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   7.26.2019    08:40
Case No.:	19007203

TRAFFIC	- Speed - Over Limits (55/35)	
500 Courtney Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672

CITED:	Justin	Swanson	(AGE 37)	
14 Alsop Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Speed - Over Limits (55/35) / 333.03									
																		
INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S)	Ptl D Marchlonda #507	

On Friday, July 26, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #304 at 500 Courtney Rd facing east. I observed a black 
truck enter the village from the east at a rate of speed higher than the posted 35 MPH 
limit. 

After activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I observed and locked a speed of 
55 MPH. As the vehicle approached and passed my location, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and pulled onto Courtney Rd behind it to initiate a traffic stop. The 
vehicle, a black GMC truck bearing Pennsylvania registration ZKS6600, pulled into 
500 Courtney Rd and came to a complete stop.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Justin Swanson, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for the stop. Swanson provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Swanson was issued traffic citation #031645 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (55/35) and informed of his appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507 7.26.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.:	19007202						

Traffic	- Speed 67/55
S. Johnson Rd. / US RT 62

CITED:	Bradley	Etto	(AGE 31)
540W. Texas Ave. Sebring, OH 44672
					BOND
Speed 67/55	ORC 4511.21		N/A
OVI (SFST)	ORC 4511.19A1a		$500.00
OVI(<.17)	0RC4511.l9A1d		$500.00
																				

REPORTING OFFICER:	Scott, Zachary	IBADGE NO.: 505	DATE: 07/26/2019 05:43

At 1:01 am I Ptl. Scott was traveling east on US RT 62 when I observed a vehicle 
traveling west that appeared to be traveling at a high rate of speed. I activated marked 
unit #303's mounted radar unit and observed a digital reading of 67mph while in a 
55mph zone. I preformed a U-turn and activated my overhead lights and attempted to 
stop the vehicle which turned onto S. Johnson just north of US RT 62 and came to a 
complete stop.

I exited my cruiser and made contact with the driver and informed the driver for the 
reason for the stop I immediately could detect a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage I 
asked the driver if they had consumed any alcoholic beverages in which the driver 
stated 2 drinks they had in Youngstown I requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received all but proof of insurance.

I returned to my cruiser and ran the individual and he was identified as Bradley R Etto I 
returned to the driver's vehicle and asked him to step out and asked him again how 
many beverages he consumed and he changed the number to 3 and then four. 
Bradley told me his activities through out the whole day and changed that story 
multiple times as well I asked Bradley if he would consent to field sobriety in which he 
stated yes I asked Bradley if he had any medical or physical conditions Bradley said 
no. I asked Bradley if he had any difficulty with his vision or his balance in which 
Bradley stated no.

I then checked Bradley's eyes for a resting nystagmus, equal tracking, and equal pupil 
size. Bradley did not have a resting nystagmus, both of Bradley's eyes tracked equally, 
and both of Bradley's pupils were of equal size.

I then had Bradley stand straight up with his feet together while I gave him the 
instructions for the first test which was the horizontal gaze nystagmus, Once I gave 
them I asked Bradley if he understood which he stated he did. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Lack smooth pursuit in both eyes, Distinct nystagmus at 
maximum deviation in both eyes, and Onset of nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both 
eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I instructed Bradley to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and his right foot in front his left foot and to stay in that position 
until I instructed him otherwise. While giving instructions Bradley stepped out of the 
position and had to be told to get back into it. Once I gave the instructions I asked 
Bradley if he understood in which Bradley stated that he did. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Stopped while walking.

The next test was the one leg stand and I had Bradley stand straight up with his hands 
to his side and his feet together while I gave him the instructions. Once I gave Bradley 
the instructions I asked him if he understood which Bradley stated that he did, once the 
test began I observed the following clues: Sways while balancing, uses arms to 
balance, put foot down twice.

Bradley also provided a road side breath test through a portable breathalyzer which 
displayed a 0.143 BAC. Based on the test results and my experience I placed Bradley 
in custody for suspicion of OVI and read him his Miranda rights. I restrained Bradley 
behind the back with hand restraints and placed him in the back of marked unit #303. I 
called for a tow truck and Sgt. Davis from the Smith Twp. police dept. stood by for the 
tow while I transported Bradley to station with Sg,. Kelm following. The vehicle was 
towed to 10 N. 12th St.	

Once on station I read Bradley the BMV 2255 form with Sgt. Kelm witnessing. Bradley 
consented to a breath test on station as well as a urine sample. After a 20 minute 
observation period Bradley gave a breath sample with the results being BAC 0.110 
g/210L. Sgt Kelm collected the urine sample.
		
Bradley was photographed and fingerprinted and was issued a traffic citation for speed 
ORC4511.21, 0Vl(SFST)4511.19A1a, and OVI (<.17) 0RC4511.A1d. Bradley was 
given a recognizance bond of $1,000 for both OVI offenses Bradley signed the BMV 
2255 citation, and	recognizance form and was provided with copies Bradley was 
advised that his is under administrative license suspension and his license was 
confiscated Once the paperwork was completed Bradley was released and I gave him 
a courtesy transport to his residence 540 W Texas	Ave..=

	
Ptl Scott #505		
07/26/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT   7/25/2019     13:58
Case No.:	19007199

Traffic	
	
CITED:	Kaitlin	Rigdon	(AGE 23)	
753 Devine Street, Alliance 444601												

SPEEDING (46/35)  /  333.03								
																				
																

INVESTIGATING OFFICER(S)	PTL. Villanueva #512	REPORT MADE BY	
Ptl. Villanueva #512	 DATE	7/25/2019


On 07/25/2019, I, Officer Villanueva was conducting speed enforcement in marked unit 
301 on the South I 00th block of 12th street near East Georgia avenue facing South 
when I observed a vehicle traveling at what appeared a higher rate of speed than the 
posted 35 MPH limit I activated my forward mounted radar unit and locked a speed of 
46 MPH I then activated my overheard emergency lights and turned around heading 
North on S. 12th street. 

The vehicle failed to pull over so I then activated my emergency sirens. The vehicle 
still failed to pull over so I then sounded my horn multiple times until the driver finally 
pulled over near the intersection of East Ohio. I identified the vehicle as a gold Chevy 
Malibu bearing Ohio registration GVP4 190 and made contact with the owner who is 
Kaitlin Rigdon of Alliance. I introduced myself and informed her of the reason for the 
stop I then asked why she didn't stop back on south 12th and she admitted to having 
the radio on way too high. 

I told her that she shouldn't have it so loud that she cannot hear both my siren and 
horn being used She apologized and I then requested her license, registration and 
proof of insurance She could not provide proof of insurance because the online 
application was not working I issued citation #031493 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (46/35) and informed her of her mandatory personal appearance before MCC 
#3 on Thursday August 1, 2019 at 0900 hours.


Ptl. Villanueva 9512
07/25/2019




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Tuesday, July 30, 2019
03:15 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/23/2019  22:37
Case No.: 19007187 

Warrant
Oak Ridge Motel



ARREST: Nichole Phillis (AGE 34)
707 Walnut Avenue, Alliance Ohio 44601

Agg Poss of Drugs  / SOC 2925.11  / Bond $2,500.00
Drug Abuse Instruments  / SOC 2925.12 / Bond $1,250.00
Drug Abuse Instruments  / SOC 2925.12 / Bond $1,250.00



ARREST: Darrell Williams (AGE 28)
22243 Lake Park Blvd, Alliance Ohio 44601

Tampering with Evidence  SOC 2921.12 /  Bond $8.000.00
Agg Poss of Drugs  SOC 2925.11 /  Bond $2,500.00
Drug Abuse Instruments  SOC 2925.12 /  Bond $1,250.00
Drug Abuse Instruments  SOC 2925.12 /  Bond $1,250.00
Obstructing Official Business  SOC 2921.31 /  Bond $1,000.00



On 07/23/2019, Officers attempted to serve a felony warrant out of Wayne County, 
where additional charges were obtained during the arrest initial report (19008175)


K9 Det Redfern 504



INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-007187 REPORT DATE: 07/23/2019 21:30:00

On 07/23/2019, this department received information that a male with a warrant and a 
stolen vehicle was at the Oak Ridge Motel. I requested dispatch to run the Darrell 
Williams via LEADS to see if the he was wanted. I was advised by dispatch that there 
was an active warrant through Wayne County for dangerous drugs and it was a pick up 
of 2. Dispatch then called Wayne County whom advised that if we came in contact with 
Darrell that they would sent a detainer to the Mahoning County Jail. I then requested 
Ptl. Rober from Smith Twp. to assist with the warrant. Units confirmed with the staff at 
the motel that Darrell was at the room and rented it. The staff advised that Darrell was 
walking around in the parking lot then went into the room with a female. The staff then 
confirmed that Darrell has not came out. 

With the cruisers parked on the side of the building, units then went to the room and 
attempted to make contact. I knocked on the door several times then I heard a "click" 
assuming that it was the deadbolt. I then instructed Ptl. Roberto stay and cover the 
front and I was going to attempt the rear and see if he was coming out through the 
window. I then went to the rear of the window and saw through the blinds a male and a 
female crawling into the bathroom looking through the window. 

I then asked dispatch to send me a photograph of Darrell so I could get a positive 
confirmation that it was indeed the male that I was able to visualize through the 
window. I then also asked dispatch to confirm as to if the warrant was a felony or 
misdemeanor in nature. I received notification that the warrant was a felony warrant. 
Once the photo was received and I was able to make certain that the male I saw 
through the window was indeed Darrell, I made the decision that we would be making 
entry into the motel room. I then called for another unit from Goshen to assist with 
making entry. 

It was brought to my attention that Alliance may have a better response time. I then 
agreed and requested Alliance. Moments later Alliance Police were on scene and I 
was advised that Sgt. Kelm was on his way from station with the ram. At that point I 
then went to the window again to get anther look and Darrell and a female were in the 
bathroom. It appeared as if there were surrounding the toilet in the restroom. Moments 
later I heard the door to the hotel room being beaten in. There was several commands 
by officers announcing who they were and ordering the occupants to the ground. 

Once Ptl. Rober confirmed that the suspects were in custody I went to the front of the 
building. And observed that Darrell Williams was being detained on Wayne Counties 
warrant. Ptl. Tallman from Alliance PD read both Darrell and the unidentified female 
their rights while on POV body cam. After they were read their rights Darrel advised 
that officers could look around that he had nothing to hide. Officers then started 
searching. Ptl. Rober identified the female was Nichole Phillis of Alliance. 

I went to the bathroom and located a green bag in the bathroom in a pair of pants. I 
looked in the bag and found syringe caps, a metal spoon, and several glass pipes with 
white residue on them. Also in the bag was two small crystals. I asked the Darrell and 
Nichole what the crystals were and they both replied it was Meth. Both parties were 
separated and placed in separate cruisers. Darrell advised that he would not answer 
the door because he assumed the knocking at the door was his girlfriend Delia 
Thompson whom owned the van. Darrell then advised that he didn't open the door 
because he never heard the knocking because he was in the shower. 

I then went and spoke to Nichole whom was in another cruiser. Nichole advised that 
they were laying in bed when they heard the knock. Nichole advised that Darrell 
advised her to not speak and to go into the bathroom and advised that it was probably 
the police since he had warrants for his arrest. Darrell then took her to the bathroom 
and deadlocked the door. Nichole advised that she observed and knew that Darrell 
had a baggie of meth that he bought just prior to going to the hotel. Nichole advised 
that when Darrell ran into the bathroom he either hurried and used the meth, or he 
flushed it. Nichole advised that she was not 100% sure what he did but Darrell got rid 
of it just prior to the police making entry into the room. 

The evidence was seized and secured into my cruiser. Delia Thompson arrived on 
location and advised that it was her van that was sitting in the parking lot. Delia 
advised that on July 20th Darrell took the van without her permission and that she 
called the police to make a report. Delia advised that it was stolen and she wanted it 
back. I asked Delia for a consent search of the van and she consented while on 
Alliance PD's POV cam.  Officers searched the van.  A statement was obtained from 
Nichole and Delia.  Dilia secured her van and Nichole and Darrell were taken to 
station. 

Once at the station Nichole was given an OR bond in the amount of $5000. Nichole 
was charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs F4 and two counts of Possession 
of Drug Abuse Instruments M1. Nichole was fingerprinted, photographed, and DNA 
swabbed. Nichole was then released with a court date of 07/25/2019 at 0900 at 
MCC#3. Darrell was then processed on the charges of Tampering with Evidence F3, 
Aggravated Possession of Drugs F5, two counts of Drug Abuse Instruments M1, and 
Obstructing official business M2. 

Darrell was photographed, and taken to the Mahoning County Justice Center on a 
$15,000 Bond and was given a court date of 07/25/2019 at 0900 at MCC#3. This case 
will be closed.


K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7/23/2019  23:36
Case No.: 19007186

Warrant
S. 15th St. / US RT 62

ARREST: Andrew Culp Jr (AGE 30) 7/23/2019
436 N. 18th St. Sebring, OH 44672

Warrant (Columbiana County)


On 07/23/2019 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic stop in which the passenger had an active 
warrant for their arrest

Ptl Scott #505
07/24/2019


While on a traffic stop on S. 15th St. near US RT 62 I asked the passenger of the 
vehicle for their driver's license in which the individual stated that he did not have it on 
him, I then asked for his name and I was told Andrew Culp. I then ran the driver and 
the passenger.

The driver was valid with no warrants and then dispatch advised me that Andrew Culp 
had an entered pur 1 warrant out of Columbiana County. I asked dispatch for the last 
four digits of Andrew's social security number and his date of birth. I then asked 
Andrew what his social security number was, Andrew stated that he did not know. I 
asked Andrew to exit the vehicle and come to the rear of the vehicle and I asked him 
what his birthday was and Andrew stated October 11th, Andrew Culp's birthday is 
03/02/1989. Then he stated that I misunderstood him and told me that his name was 
Michael.

I then noticed that the passenger door was still open and I observed Andrew's wallet 
sitting on the seat. I picked the wallet up and saw that his identification was in the 
wallet and the name on it was Andrew Culp. I asked the driver of the vehicle Anthony 
Jordan if he knew the passenger and he stated that his name was Andrew Culp. I then 
detained Andrew and placed him in hand restraints and then placed him in the rear of 
marked unit #303.

Dispatch advised me that Columbiana County Sheriffs Office will meet at Westville 
Lake at the Sunoco gas station. I drove to the gas station and transferred Andrew into 
the deputies custody and then cleared.


Warrants will be typed for Andrew, Andrew attempting to lie and conceal his identity 
due to him having an active warrant.

Ptl. Scott #505 
07/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/22/2019  16:00
Case No.: 19007172

SUMMONS
135 E ohio Ave


SUMMONS:  Brian TewkSbury (AGE 29)
336 E Indiana Ave

littering deposit of trash   SOC 521.08B


On Monday, July 22, 2019, Patrolman Marchionda was dispatched to the 300 block of 
E Indiana Ave reference multiple property code violation complaints.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7/22/2019



Upon arrival at 336 E Indiana Ave, I established contact with Brian Tewksbury and 
informed him of two property code complaints: tall grasslweeds and trash / rubbish 
collecting on the property. I instructed Tewksbury to rectify the grass issue when 
weather conditions permit him to do so and to immediately clean up his property. A 
check of records back at the station show Tewksbury was been cited twice in 2018 for 
trash. A tall grass letter will be generated as well as a criminal summons for SCO 
521.08B Littering and Deposit of Garbage - Collected or remain, a misdemeanor of the 
fourth
degree and will be served at a later time.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7/22/2019


Brian Tewksbury was served with a tall grass letter. A summons for SCO 521.088 
Littering & Deposit of Garbage, Rubbish & Junk, a misdemeanor of the fourth degree, 
was delivered to MCC#3 and will be served to Tewksbury at a later date.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7/22/2019



On 07/24/19 Brian Tewksbury was served with a summons for SCO 521.08B


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/24/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/22/2019  08:42
Case No.: 19007170


TRAFFIC
S 15th St at W California Ave, Sebring, OH 44672


CITED:  Anthony Nemes (AGE 63)
234 Jackson St, Hubbard, OH 44425

Speed - Over Limits (44/25)  SCO 333.03



On Monday, July 22,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #303 on W California Ave near S 15th St facing west. I 
observed two vehicles travelling east at what appeared to be a rate of speed higher 
than the posted 25 MPH limit. Upon activating my forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed the first vehicle to be travelling at 37 MPH and the second vehicle to be 
travelling at 44 MPH near S 17th St. As the second vehicle passed my location, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights and turned east onto W California Ave to 
initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a silver Toyota 4-door sedan bearing Ohio registration EKA6035, came to 
a complete stop on S 15th St just south of W California Ave. I established contact with 
the driver, identified as Anthony Nemes, identified myself and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. Nemes provided all appropriate documentation upon request. 
Nemes was issued traffic citation #031644 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits 
(44/25) and informed of his appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, August 1,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7/22/2019




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Wednesday, July 24, 2019
11:46 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/21/2019 13:13
Case No.: 19007166 

Traffic
1400 S. Johnson Rd

CITED:  Carl Boldman 
20 Bennett Ln Unit D Nonwalk

Speed 52/35 , 333.03



On this date at 13:13 Hrs., I was on patrol in the Village of Sebring, I observed a black 
Chrysler 300 bearing Ohio registration HPY7343 traveling north on S. Johnson Rd in 
the 1400 Blk. I observed the vehicle traveling at a visibly high rate of speed and the 
vehicle was clocked via car 302 at 52 Mph in a clearly posted 35 Mph zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was issued a citation for speed and given a 
court date in Mcc#3 on 8/1/19 at 9am.



Res. Sgt S.T.McDanie1 # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7/21/2019  16:44
Case No.: 19007167

Traffic/Speed
S. 12th St near E.Georgia Ave


CITED: John Rutledge (DOB 1960)
8123 Antiqua Rd SW Sherrodsville 44675

Speed 58/35, #333.03



On this date at 1644 Hrs, while on patrol in the Village of Sebring, I observed a blue 
Ford Edge bearing Ohio registration GKW8761 traveling north on S. 12th st near E. 
Georgia Ave. I observed the vehicle traveling at a visibly high rate of speed and it was 
clocked via Car 302 Radar at 58 Mph in a clearly 35 Mph zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was issued a citation for speed and given a 
court date in Mcc#3 on 8/1/19 at 9am.



Res. Sgt S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-20-2019  16:34
Case No.: 19007158 

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd at Courtney Rd


CITED: Amanda McCammon (AGE 28)
4640 Union Ave. NE Homeworth, OH 44634

Speeding / 333.03 ORD



On 07/20/20 19 at 4:34pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of Famous Distribution on Courtney Rd. right before the 
intersection of Allied Dr. facing West when I observed a vehicle traveling West on the 
same road approach at a high rate of speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 54mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving West on Courtney Rd. and I pulled out and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then turned right onto 
Johnson Rd and then stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to the side of the road 
right at the intersection of Courtney Rd. The vehicle was a Silver 2008 Nissan Maxima 
bearing Ohio registration 5420932. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid insurance, a valid license and registration. The 
driver was later identified as Amanda McCarnmon.

I wrote Amanda a traffic citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave her a court date 
of 07/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal appearance required. Once 
Amanda signed the citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #514
07/20/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-20-2019  18:06
Case No.: 19007159

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd near St. Route 62

CITED: Amy Smarr (AGE 38)
207 E. Georgia Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Speeding / 333.03 ORD


On 07/20/2019 at 6:06pm I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery facing North when I observed a vehicle traveling 
South on the same road approach at a high rate of speed. I turned on my stationary 
radar and clocked the vehicle going 47mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving South on Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to the side of the road right before the 
Perkins parking lot. The vehicle was a Black 2014 Ford Edge bearing Ohio registration 
GUE2227. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid insurance, a valid license and registration. The 
driver was later identified as Amy Smarr.

I wrote Amy a citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave her a court date of 7/25/19 
at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Amy signed the 
citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #514
07/20/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7/20/2019  00:04
Case No.: 19007150

TRAFFIC
W. Ohio Ave. / Village Limits


CITED: Rick Barnhart (AGE 50)
203 Perry Ct. Alliance, OH 44601

Expired Registration  /  SCO 335.10



On 07/20/2019 at 12:04am I Ptl. Scott while on patrol in a marked police cruiser 
observed a gray 2019 Chevrolet HB bearing Ohio registration HSL1289 turn onto W. 
Ohio Ave. from N. Johnson Rd. without activating a turn signal.

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle at W. Ohio Ave. near the village limits. I made 
contact with the driver and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received and identified the driver as Rick Barnhart.

Dispatch advised me the vehicles registration expired in May of 2019, I then returned 
to my cruiser and wrote Rick a traffic citation for expired registration SCO 335.10 and 
set Rick's court date for 07/25/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal 
appearance required.

Once Rick signed the citation he was provided with a copy and was given a verbal 
warning for not activating his turn signal and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #505
07/20/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/20/2019  12:07
Case No.: 19007153

TRAFFIC
Near 1100 N Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED:  Matthew Prendergast (AGE 32)
14811 Ellett Rd, Beloit, OH 44609

Full Time & Attention (Texting)  /  SCO 331.34C


On Saturday, July 20,20 19, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a red 
+door sedan approach the intersection from the west and turn north onto N Johnson 
Rd. As the vehicle passed me, I observed cracks in the windshield and the male driver 
had his cell phone in front of his face. 

I activated my rear mounted radar antenna and observed a digital read out of 43 MPH 
in a posted 35 MPH zone. I activated my overhead emergency lights and pulled onto N 
Johnson Rd to initiate a traffic stop. I caught up to the vehicle, a red Mitsubishi bearing 
Ohio registration HTG5008, as it came to a complete stop in the 1100 block of N 
Johnson Rd. As the vehicle came to a stop, I observed only the right brake light was 
functioning. I established contact with the driver, identified as Matthew Prendergast, 
identified myself and informed him of the reasons for the stop. 

Prendergast provided the appropriate documentation upon request and admitted to 
texting while driving. Prendergast was given verbal warnings for speed (43/35), 
cracked windshield and two brake lights required. Prendergast was issued traffic 
citation #031642 for SCO 331.34C Full Time & Attention (Texting) and informed of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, August 1,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7.20.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/20/2019  13:03
Case No.: 19007154

TRAFFIC
600 Block W Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED: Alexandria Bowman (AGE 27)
18412 Courtney Rd, Beloit, Ohio 44609

Driver License: Not On Person / SCO 335.06

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) / SCO 337.27


On Saturday, July 20,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on W Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd facing west. I 
observed a red vehicle approaching the intersection from the west at a rate of speed 
higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. I activated my forward mounted radar antenna, 
observed and locked in a speed of 47 MPH. The vehicle came to a complete stop at 
the posted stop sign and remained there for an extended period of time (Intersection 
was safe to clear). As the vehicle began to proceed east through the intersection, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights and pulled onto W Ohio Ave to initiate a traffic 
stop.

The vehicle, a red Pontiac hatchback bearing Ohio registration HDA8377, came to a 
complete stop in the 600 block of W Ohio Ave. I established contact with the driver, 
identified as Alexandria Bowman, identified myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop while observing cracks in her windshield.

Bowman immediately became hostile and exclaimed she was not speeding. I observed 
Bowman was not wearing her seatbelt and asked her if she had it on before being 
stopped. Bowman admitted she was not wearing her seatbelt before being stopped. 
After requesting Bowman's license, registration and proof of insurance, she stated she 
did not have any of it with her and provided her identification information verbally.

Bowman was given verbal warnings for speed (47/35) and cracked windshield. 
Bowman was issued traffic citation #031643 for SCO 335.06 Driver License: Not on 
Person, SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) and informed of her 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, July 25,2019 
at 0900. 

Before I could obtain a signature from Bowman, she produced insurance information 
on her phone and demanded her mandatory appearance be rescinded. I informed 
Bowman she had the opportunity to provide insurance information earlier and 
reminded her of her response. I also informed Bowman I would not alter the ticket for 
her convenience and she would be required to provide a physical copy of her 
insurance information to the court.

Following the traffic stop, I was informed by dispatch Bowman came into the lobby, 
threw a temper tantrum and verbally abused her while demanding to speak to Chief 
Harris. Dispatch advised Bowman departed from the station after being told the Chief 
was on vacation.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/20/2019 13:18
Case No.: 19007156

Traffic / Marked Lanes / No OL
W. Ohio Ave near 16th St

CITED: Timothy  Roose (AGE 66)
14825 Leffingwell Rd, Berlin Center 44401

Marked Lanes  /  33 1.05

Expired Operator's Lic  /  335.01



On this date and time, I was on patrol in the Village of Sebring, County of Mahoning, 
and I observed a white Chevy HHR bearing Ohio registration HBQ1821 traveling east 
on W. Ohio Ave near 16th St. I observed the vehicle driving with the driver side tires 
across the center line. I pulled in behind the suspect vehicle and dispatch advised me 
that the driver was one Timothy L. Roose of Berlin Center. I was also advised by 
dispatch that Mr. Roose had an expired operator's license. 

I attempted a traffic stop on the vehicle on E. Ohio Ave at 12th st, and the vehicle 
finally pulled over on E. Ohio Ave at the village limits. I identified the driver as Timothy 
L. Roose of 14825 Leffingwell Rd. in Berlin Center. Mr. Roose was advised the reason 
for the stop, and he replied that he was driving in that manner because he thought he 
had a bloody nose, and was wiping it with a cloth. I also advised Mr. Roose that his 
operator's license was expired, and he advised me that he was aware that they were 
expired and he was going to get them renewed after he got his cataract surgery. 

As I was speaking to Mr. Roose I could detect a slight odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from his person, and his speech was slowed. Mr. Roose advised me that he 
had a beer at his brother's house earlier. I had Mr. Roose perform several FST Test 
and a PBT, and after he passed the test he was advised to park at the Dollar General 
and have a family member respond to pick him up due to the License issue. Mr. Roose 
was cited for Marked lanes 331.05 and Expired OL 335.01 and given a court date in 
Mcc#3 on 7/25/19 at 9am.



Res. Sgt S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-20-2019  15:37
Case No.: 19007157 

TRAFFIC
21st Johnson Rd. at Courtney Rd.

CITED: William Shlvely (AGE 63)
21215 Alliance Sebring Rd. Alliance, OH 4460

Speeding  / 333.03 ORD



On 07/20/2019 at 3:37pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of Famous Distribution on Courtney Rd. right before the 
intersection of Allied Dr. facing West when I observed a vehicle traveling West on the 
same road approach at a high rate of speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 47mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving West on Courtney Rd. and I pulled out and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then turned right onto 
Johnson Rd and then stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to the side of the road 
just before Sebring Woods. The vehicle was a Silver 2003 Mini Cooper bearing Ohio 
registration HSL1324. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. 

The driver was later identified as William Shively.

I wrote William a traffic citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave him a court date 
of 07/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal appearance required. Once William 
signed the citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
07/20/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  July 19, 2019  17:42
Case No.: 19007148

Traffic
W Virginia Ave near N 15th St

CITED: Skylar Franklin (AGE 23)
845 W California Ave

expired plates  /  335.1


On 07/19/19 while in a marked patrol car I was driving north on N 15th St When I 
observed a teal car in front of me driving abnormally slow, the vehicle also had an 
extremely loud exhaust. The vehicle a 1996 Toyota Celica bearing OH HLW2703 
turned left onto W Virginia Ave and I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 100 
block of W Virginia. 

I approached the driver identified as Skylar Paul Franklin and informed him he was 
being stopped for loud exhaust I also asked him why he was driving so slowly. Skylar 
told me he was distracted because he was playing "pokemon Go" on his phone. 

I ran Skylar through dispatch and they informed me the vehicle had expired plates 
since 07/10/19. Skylar was issued a citation for expired plates 335.10 and advised to 
get the plates updated. Skylar was given verbal warnings for loud exhaust, slow 
speed, and fill time and attention. Skylar was given a court date at MCC#3 of 08/01/19 
at 0900hrs.



Ptl. Brindack 506
07/19/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19007131

Traffic
W. Ohio Ave. @ N. 16th St.


CITED: Jessica Stillion (AGE 37)
9500 Bandy Rd. North Benton Oh 44449

DUS (FRA)  / 335.072




On 07/18/19 while in a marked patrol car travelling east on W. Ohio Ave. I conducted a 
random registration check on a red in color Chevy sedan bearing OH registration 
HRV1213. Dispatch advised the registered owner was under FRA suspension with no 
driving privileges. 

I activated my overhead emergency lights and the vehicle made a final stop on W. 
Ohio Ave. near N. 16th St. I approached the vehicle and made contact with the 
driver/registered owner who I positively identified as Jessica Stillion, 9500 Bandy Rd. 
North Benton. I advised Jessica that she was under an FRA suspension. Jessica 
advised she could not understand because someone had just paid her insurance for 
her. Jessica then asked if I would let her call someone to get the vehicle so it would not 
be towed. 

While I stood by for a valid driver I wrote Jessica a citation for DUS(FRA) SCO 
335.072. I then advised Jessica of her mandatory court appearance on 7/25/2019 at 
O9OOhrs which she advised she understood. 

Once a valid driver came to get the vehicle off the roadway I cleared without further 
incident.



Sgt. Kelm #503
07/18/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 19006153

CRIMINAL
Mahoning County Court #3


ARRESTED: Joellen Hull (AGE 37)
15770 Canfield St NE, Alliance, OH 44601

Theft - Dangerous Drug (F-4)  / ORC 2913.024  / Bond $2,000.00


On Monday. June 24. 2019. Patrolman Marchionda was dispatched to Crandall 
Medical Center, 800 S 15th St, reference a report of missing narcotics.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.24.2019



NUMBER: OH0500700 INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-006153 REPORT DATE: 06/24/2019 
13:24:00 

Following my arrival, I established contact with the caller, Paul Freer, who later 
introduced me to Mariann Mannion and David Carlile. It had been brought to Mannion 
and Carlile's attention that some prescription narcotics had gone missing and they 
immediately began an internal investigation.

Mannion stated nursing staff reported a partial prescription packet containing 
hydrocodonelibu 7.51200mg missing. 

According to Mannion, these packets come in two cards, each containing 30 
doses/pills. Mannion stated the card missing in particular, was started on May 28, 2019 
and the corresponding count sheet is also missing. The second card card was started 
on June 6,2019 at 8:00 PM although according to records, there should have been 10 
pills remaining in the missing card.

Mannion stated the missing pills came to light this past Saturday when nursing staff 
attempted to reorder the prescription and were notified by the pharmacy that it was too 
early to reorder. Mannion stated during the course of the internal investigation this 
morning, one of the nurses questioned had falsely documented medication 
administration on days where she was not working. This was corroborated by copies of 
her time card provided by human resources. According to the count sheet provided, 
Joellen Hull documented medication administration on May 13, 2019 through May 18, 
2019 consecutively. However, according to the time card provided, Hull was not 
scheduled nor clocked in on May 15th and May 16th. The times corresponding to 
when Hull documented the administration, do not match with times she normally 
administers medication.

According to a statement provided by Carlile, when Hull was questioned regarding the 
missing pills, she "was very nervous and had been shaking." Mannion stated Hull was 
sent home as a part of the internal investigation process and that Crandall Medical 
Center would be terminating her employment for falsifying medical documents. 
Mannion informed me as a part of the reporting protocol, the state requires a police 
report be submitted. I advised Mannion a report would be generated and immediately 
following supervisory approval, they could obtain a copy for their records as well as the 
state. A photograph of what one of these cards was taken as a reference and will be 
uploaded on station.

This case will be open pending further investigation. 


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.24.2019



On Thursday, June 27, 2019, I followed up with Mariann Mannion who advised Joellen 
Hull was terminated this week: Mannion stated she placed several phone calls to Hull's 
residence to no avail and was granted authorization by Human Resources to terminate 
her via voicemail. I will attempt to establish contact with Hull via phone to set up a time 
for her to come in for questioning. If phoning her is unsuccessful, an attempt will be 
made at her place of residence in Alliance.

I attempted to phone Hull with the call going to voicemail. I advised Hull via voicemail 
to contact the SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT as soon as possible. If she fails to 
contact the police department, a home visit will be attempted.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.27.2019



On Friday, June 28, 2019, I established contact with Joellen Hull at her residence on 
Cenfield St NE in Stark County. I asked Hull if she had received the voicemail I left for 
her or the voicemail left by Crandall Medical Center. Hull claimed she never received 
any calls and never received any voicemails. I asked Hull if she could come down to 
the SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT to answer some questions to which she stated 
would.

Hull arrived at the SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT and was escorted into the audio 
and video recorded squad room. I informed Hull she was not under arrest, she was not 
being detained and she was free to leave under her own will at any time. I informed 
Hull of her Miranda Rights and asked if she understood them. Hull stated she 
understood her rights. I asked Hull if she was willing to answer questions to which she 
stated she did not want to answer any questions without a lawyer present. 

I informed Hull she was free to leave and escorted her back out to the lobby.

This case will be forwarded to Prosecutor Tolson for approval of an arrest warrant for 
ORC 2913.02 Theft of Drugs, a felony of the fourth degree.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507




Charge approved by Prosecutor Tolson and arrest warrant issued by Mahoning County 
Court #3 for Joellen Hull for ORC 2913.02 Theft of Drugs, a felony of the fourth 
degree.

Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7.1.2019

Joellen Hull turned herself into Mahoning County Court #3 on 7/18/19 at 0920 hours.





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19007124

warrant
135 E Ohio Ave


ARREST: Lany Gibbon Rhodes (AGE 23)

Domestic  /  2919.25 / Bond $2,250.00

assault  / 293.13 / Bond $1,250.00




On 07/17/2019 1 Ptl. Scott responded to Circle K for a domestic disturbance.

Ptl. Scott #505
07/17/2019


Upon my arrival I spoke to the victim Makayla Tarbet who was crying hysterically and 
had small swelling on her nose. I called for EMS to come and assess Makayla. I asked 
her what had happened and she stated that her and her boyfriend Larry Gibbons 
Rhodes were had their apartment at 155 1/2 E. Oregon Ave. when they got into an 
argument. Larry allegedly then broke the glass on a door and pushed Makayla and 
then head butted her and prevented her from leaving the apartment. Makayla stated 
she managed to escape and ran to Circle K with Larry following her. While at Circle K 
they continued to argue until Makayla entered the business and used the phone to call 
the police which is when Larry walked away.

Sebring Fire & EMS arrived and treated Makayla at the scene and cleared her. I then 
began a domestic violence packet and Makayla signed for the charge of domestic 
violence an M-1. I then returned to station with Makayla and her mother where I 
photographed her injuries and finished the domestic violence packet as well as obtain 
a written statement.

Makayla then requested a stand by at 155 1/2 E. Oregon Ave. to retrieve her items 
which she retrieved and went to stay with her mother Linda Ondreko at 18395 5th St. 
Beloit, OH 44609. I also photographed the broken glass from the door.

Attempts were made to make contact with Larry but were unsuccessful, paper work 
will be submitted in an attempt to obtain a warrant.


Ptl. Scott #505
07/17/2019




On 07/17/19 the above mentioned suspect Larry Daniel Gibbon Rhodes came to our 
station to turn himself in. Larry was taken into custody booked on the charges of 
domestic violence 2919.25 and assault 2903.13 and transported to MCJ without 
incident. 


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/17/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/16/2019  19:18
Case No.: 19007118

TRAFFIC
Ohio Ave / 13th st


CITED: Walter Walsh (AGE 20)
13547 1/2 Main St Beloit OH 44609

squeling tires  /  331.36



On 07/16/19 while in a marked patrol car I was travelling east on Ohio Ave near 15th 
St. while travelling east I observed a green Camero pull out of the parking lot of circle 
K in an extremely reckless fashion. The vehicle accelerated so hard that it caused the 
vehicle to "drift" and turn completely sideways on Ohio Ave all while the tires were 
squealing and traffic was coming in both directions.

I activated my overhead lights and sirens and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 95 
Chevy Camero green in color bearing OH HCF7887 which came to an abrupt stop in 
the 300 block of E Ohio. I made contact with the driver Walter William Walsh who 
claimed his throttle was stuck and he did not mean to do what he had done. Walter 
was given a citation for squealing tires 33 1.36 and given a verbal warning for reckless 
op. Walter was given a mandatory court date at MCC#3 of 07/25/19 at 0900hrs as he 
was unable to provide insurance. I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/16/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7.18.2019  10:14
Case No.: 19007014

CRIMINAL
Sebring PD


ARREST: Jason Summers (AGE 34)
Alliance, Ohio 44601
Endangering Children (M- 1)  /  ORC 2919.22  /  Bond: $2,500.00


(7/16/2019  1530hrs)
ARREST: Michael Baldaccini (AGE 40)
396 E Ohio Ave

Endangering children  / ORC 2919.22


On this date Rachel Crewson came to our station and said she was driving down 12th 
St when a small child she guessed to be 2 or 3 years old ran out of 396 E Ohio Ave 
and ran on to 12th st in front of her car. She advised a large man then came outside 
and brought him back inside. 

Units responded and on arrival a fowl stench could be smelled coming from the house. 
Units spoke with Jason L Summers who was said his brother Michael Baldaccini was 
supposed to be watching their nephew 2 year old Anthony Williams for their sister 
Brittany Woods while she was at work and the child got outside somehow. We asked 
to see the 2 year old who did appear to be in good health. 

We then spoke with Michael who said his brother and him were both supposed to be 
watching but he could not keep up with the two year old and he just got away from 
him. 

This case will be sent to CPS for review and to our prosecutor for review of potential 
child endangerment charges.


Ptl. Btrindack 506
07/05/19


REPORTING OFFICER: Brindack, Sean BADGE NO.: 506 DATE: 07/05/2019 16:40

Prosecutor Tolson advised me that she would approve charges for both brother but 
wanted a statement from the mother before that happened. On this date a written 
statement was obtained from the mother Brittany wood and a copy was sent to the 
prosecutor for review, once it has been reviewed state complaints will be completed for 
both brothers for child endangerment.


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/11/19



REPORTING OFFICER: Brindack, Sean BADGE NO.: 506 DATE: 07/11/2019 2058

On 07/12/19 charges were approved and I did state complaints requesting summons 
for Jason L Summer and Michael Baldaccini for the charge of 2919.22 Endangering 
children with a court date at MCC#3 of 07/26/19 at 0900hrs.


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/12/19






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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT July 15, 2019  21:08
Case No.: 19007113 

Traffic
300 block W. California Ave Sebring, OH


CITED: Damecka Wilkins (AGE 23)
15 Walnut St. Hubbard, OH 44425

Speed 35/25  /  SCO 333.03 

Driver License Required  /  SCO 335.01



At approximately 21:08 hours, on July 15,2019, I was conducting traffic enforcement in 
marked unit 303. While traveling eastbound on W. California Avenue in front of the 
American Legion, I observed a dark colored Chevrolet Cobalt traveling westbound on 
California Avenue, near S. 1 7Ih street, at what appeared to be a speed higher than 
that of the posted 25 MPH limit. Upon activating my front facing incar radar unit, I 
obtained a locked speed of 35MPH in the clearly marked 25 MPH zone. Once the 
vehicle passed by mine, I activated my overhead emergency lights, turned my patrol 
car around in the United Die parking lot, and initiated a traffic stop on the Blue Cobalt, 
bearing Ohio registration HTG 8806. The Cobalt then came to a stop directly in front of 
the American Legion building.

I then approached the vehicle and made contact with the driver, Damecka R. Wilkins, 
as well as her adult passenger, Konner Shields. Upon asking for her driver license, 
vehicle registration, and insurance, Damecka advised that she did not have a driver 
license but did have a temporary permit, which she did not have on her. I then asked if 
Konner had a valid driver license, with him advising me that he did not.

Upon being advised that she was required to have a licensed driver with her seeing as 
she only had an instruction permit, Damecka stated that she believed that since he 
was over 18, she was allowed to drive with hlm in the vehicle. Damecka then produced 
her vehicle registration but no proof of insurance. Konner later advised me that they 
did not have insurance on the vehicle but planned to get it by July 25th, due to their 
already having a court date at that time.

I then confirmed through dispatch that although Damecka did have a valid temporary 
Permit, Konner did not have a valid driver license. I then issue Damecka citation 
#031538, for Sebring Codified Ordnance 333.03, speed, 35 in a 25 zone, as well as 
Sebring Codified Ordnance 335.01, operator license required.

Damecka was advised of her mandatory court appearance at Mahoning County Court 
No. 3 on Thursday, July 25,2019, at 9:00am. Damecka was able to get Jacob 
Fullerton, who is a licensed driver, in order to drive the vehicle to his house in lieu of 
my having the vehicle towed. I then cleared from the stop with nothng additional to 
report at this time.



Ptl. Reed
#513




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PUBLISHED 12:28PM JULY 24, 2019
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Tuesday, July 16, 2019
11:16 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19007107 

TRAFFIC
W Oregon Ave/N Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672

CITED: Matthew Mosier  AGE 21
2052 Fox Chase, Austintown, OH 44515

Obedience to Traffic Control Device / SCO 313.01


On Sunday, July 14, 2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a red 
truck approach the intersection from the east and fail to come to a complete stop at the 
posted stop signired flashing traffic lights before turning south onto N Johnson Rd. I 
activated my overhead emergency lights and pulled onto N Johnson Rd to initiate a 
traffic stop. The red truck, a Dodge bearing Ohio registration HPH1398, turned west 
onto W Oregon Ave and came to a complete stop.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as Matthew Mosier, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for the stop. Mosier provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Mosier was issued traffic citation #031641 for SCO 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device and informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, July 25,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7.14.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 7/13/2019 1142
Case No.: - 19007099

Traffic / Speed
N. 12Th St at Wisconsin Ave


CITED: Jacob 0 Malley  AGE 25
247 E. Broad St Newton Falls

Speed (51/35) / SCO 333.03


On this date and time, I observed a Blue Hyundai Sonata, bearing Ohio Registration 
HRV2695 traveling South on N. 12th St near Wisconsin Ave. I observed the vehicle 
traveling at a visibly high rate of speed, and the vehicle was clocked via Car 302 Radar 
at 51 Mph in a clearly posted 35 Mph zone. 

The vehicle was stopped, and the driver was issued a citation for speed, and was 
given a court date in Mcc#3 on 7/18/19 at 9Am.



Res. Sgt. S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-12-19  1703
Case No.: 19007092 

Traffic
N. 12th St near Indiana Ave.


CITED: Jaden Leasue AGE 19
15579 Greenbower St. NE Alliance, OH 44601

Right of Way from Alley /   331.22 ORD



On 07/12/2019 at 5:03pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
South on N. 12th St. when I observed a vehicle pull out of an alley way attempting to 
turn left onto N.12th St. just before the intersection of Indiana Ave and almost hit me. 
The driver failed to look both ways before pulling out and then stopped in the middle of 
the N. 12th St and panicked and quickly put it in reverse and pulled back into the alley 
way.

I then turned on my overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop. I then signaled her to 
pull out and pullover. The vehicle then pulled out and turned into the parking lot of the 
baseball fields off of N. 12th St. The vehicle was a Green 2002 Chevy Cavalier bearing 
Ohio registration HRE4073. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side 
and informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which I received valid insurance, and registration 
but the driver did not have her license on her. After she provided me with her personal 
information, dispatch was able to identify the driver. The driver was later identified as 
Jaden Leasure.

I wrote Jaden a traffic citation for right of way from alley (331.22 ORD) and gave her a 
court date of 07/18/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal appearance required. 
However once approaching the vehicle so that she could sign the citation, Jaden 
stated to me that she refused to sign the citation and take her copy because she 
claimed that she did nothing wrong. I then advised Jaden that is ok and she has the 
right to do that, however if she did not pay the fine or show to the court date that there 
is consequences. I then cleared the scene without further incident.


Ptl. Everhart #514
07/12/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-12-19  2117
Case No.: 19007097 

Traffic 
Ohio Ave. near 21st Johnson Rd

CITED: Elizabeth Robison AGE 35
132 Redwood Dr. Beloit, OH 44609

Drivers License Required / 335.01 ORD
Traffic Control Devices / 313.01 ORD



On 07/12/2019 at 9:17pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the intersection of 21St Johnson Rd and Ohio Ave. facing South when I 
observed a vehicle traveling East on Ohio Ave. roll through the stop sign at the 
intersection and did not come to a complete stop.

The vehicle continued moving East on Ohio Ave. and I pulled out and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on Ohio 
Ave. and pulled over to the side of the road just past the intersection of Johnson Rd. 
The vehicle was a Red 2012 Ford Focus bearing Ohio registration ERP8036. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of insurance in 
which I received registration, but no insurance and the driver did not have a license 
and was driving with a Ohio temporary permit with no valid driver in the car. 

The driver was later identified as Elizabeth Robison. I then informed Elizabeth that she 
would have to have a valid driver come pickup the vehicle or if she could not find one 
that I was going to have to tow the vehicle. She then informed me that she would be 
able to have someone with a valid license come pickup of the vehicle. Shortly after 
that, her neighbor, later identified as Burl Carpenter came to scene and picked up the 
vehicle. Dispatch then informed me
that he was valid as well.

I then wrote Elizabeth a traffic citation for Drivers License Required (335.01 ORD) and 
also for Traffic Control Devices (313.01 ORD) and gave her a court date of 07/18/19 at 
9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Elizabeth signed the 
citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
07/12/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 7/10/2019 0211
Case No.: 19007069 

Traffic
100 Block of W. Ohio Ave.

CITED: Miranda Thomley AGE 20
201 Bums Ave, Ellwood City, PA 161 17

Speed 36/25 / SCO 333.03
Traffic Control Devices / SCO 313.01



On 07/10/2019 at 2:11am I Ptl. Scott while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
north on N. 12th St. coming up to the intersection of N. 12th St. and E. Ohio Ave. and 
observed a vehicle on E. Ohio Ave. travel through the intersection at what appeared to 
be a high rate of speed but I was not close enough to know if the vehicle came to a 
complete stop.

I then pulled out onto E. Ohio Ave. and parked my cruiser and activated my cruiser's 
front mounted radar in stationary mode and observed a speed of 36mph while in a 
25mph zone coming from the same vehicle. I then attempted to get closer to the 
vehicle and observed the vehicle fail to yield at the intersection of Ohio Ave. and N. St. 
I then initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 100 block of W. Ohio Ave.

The vehicle was a white 2017 KIA 4-S bearing Pennsylvania registration KLE2332.

I then exited my cruiser and made contact with the driver and informed them of the 
reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance which I received and identified the driver as Miranda L. Thornley who also 
admitted that she did not stop at the intersection of E. Ohio Ave. and N. 12th St. as 
well.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote a Miranda a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and traffic control devices SCO 313.01 and gave Miranda a court date of 
07/18/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Miranda 
signed the citation she was provided with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #505
07/10/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 7-10-19 1420
Case No.: 19007072

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. at Courtney Rd.


CITED: Kristen Dewitt AGE 34
14893 Floral Dr. Damascus, OH 44619

Speeding  / 333.03 ORD



On 07/10/2019 at 2:20pm, I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of Famous Distribution on Courtney Rd. right before the 
intersection of Allied Dr. facing West when I observed a vehicle traveling West on the 
same road approach at a hgh rate of speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 46mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving West on Courtney Rd. and I pulled out and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then turned right onto 
Johnson Rd and then stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to the side of the road 
just before Sebring Woods. The vehicle was a White 2016 Lexus RX350 bearing Ohio 
registration HOP7704. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration.

The driver was later identified as Kristen Dewitt.

I wrote Kristen a traffic citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave her a court date 
of 07/18/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal appearance required. Once Kristen 
signed the citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #514
07/10/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 7/10/2019  1900
Case No.: 19007077

criminal
S 15th St E Florida Ave

ARREST: Nathaniel Jermany AGE 22
2141 SE Polar Star Way, Port Orchard

Uninvited Peddling  / Section #721.01 / Bond $500


On 07/10/19 I responded to the area of E Florida Ave and S 15th St for reports of an 
uninvited solicitor. On arrival I found the individual identified as Nathaniel Jermany. I 
informed Nathaniel that he was soliciting with out a permit and that it was after hours 
regardless. Nathaniel was advised given this is a constant problem in Sebring he was 
under arrest for the charge. 

Nathaniel was placed in custody however due to him being so cooperative he was not 
handcuffed and taken back to our station. Nathaniel was booked and processed and 
given a recognizance bond. Nathaniel was charged with SCO 721.01 uninvited 
peddling M-4 and given a court date at MCC#3 of 07/11/19 at 0900hrs.


Ptl. Brindack 506 
07/10/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19007061

Traffic 
21st Johnson Rd. near St Rt. 62

CITED: Fayth Leasure AGE 21
510 W. Harrison St. Alliance, OH 44601

Speeding  / 333.03 (ORD)



On 07/08/2019 at 6:49pm I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
north on 21st Johnson Rd. just before Grandview Cemetery when I observed a vehicle 
traveling South on the same road approach at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
moving radar and clocked the vehicle going 47mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving South on Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to the side of the road right before the 
Perkins parking lot. The vehicle was a Silver 20 13 Hyundai Elantra bearing Ohio 
registration GYW7879. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which I received valid registration, but no proof 
of insurance and she did not have her license on her person. The driver was later 
identified as Fayth Leasure and she came back to be a valid driver.

I wrote Fayth a citation for speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave her a court date of 
7/11/19 at 9:OOam for MCC#3 with a personal appearance required. Once Fayth 
signed the citation, I provided her with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #514
07/08/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/7/2019  1033
Case No.: 19007052

TRAFFIC
N 12th St Pine Lake Rd, Sebring, OH 44672


CITED: April Boals AGE 33
20397 North Benton West Road, North Benton, OH 44449

Expired/Fictitious Plates / SCO 335.10


On Sunday, July 07,2019, I, Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling west on Courtney 
Rd in marked unit #303. As I turned north onto N Johnson Rd, I observed a silver 4-
door Chevrolet sedan turn east onto Courtney Rd bearing Ohio registration HHR9441. 
I performed a random registration check through dispatch and was advised the plates 
were expired and belonged to a cream colored Ford truck. I immediately turned around 
and proceeded east on Courtney Rd after the vehicle, which was nearing N 12th St. I 
activated my overhead emergency lights, audible siren and attempted to catch up with 
the vehicle. I caught up to the vehicle on N 12th St and it came to a complete stop just 
short of Pine Lake Rd.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, identified as April Boals, I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop. I also observed two small children in the 
backseat and they were properly secure. Boals informed me she does not normally 
drive, was unaware the plates were expired and that they were not registered to the 
vehicle. Boals provided her Ohio operator license but was unable to provide 
registration paperwork or insurance. I was able to establish contact with Boals' 
husband, James and informed him of the situation. I advised dispatch to summon a 
tow truck to the scene to retrieve the vehicle.

Boals was issued traffic citation #031640 for SCO 335.10 Expired/Fictitious Plates and 
informed of her mandatory appearance before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, July 18,2019 at 0900. Springers arrived and towed the vehicle from the 
scene. James arrived on scene shortly after the vehicle was towed and picked his 
family up.


Ptl D. Marchionda #507
7.7.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7-6-19  2240
Case No.: 19007050

Trafic/Criminal
Ohio Ave. at N.14th St.

ARREST: Matthew Adams AGE 24
836 S.13th St. Apt. 16 Sebring, OH 44672

Suspended License  / 335.07 ORD
Turn Signal Required  / 337.30 ORD
Drug Possession (F5)  / 2925.11 ORC / BOND $2,500.00


On 07/06/2019 at 10:40pm I Ptl. Everhart while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling south on N. 14th St. when I observed a vehicle pulling out of the Circle K 
parking lot onto N. 14th St without activating their left turn signal.



Ptl. Everhart #514
7-7-19


The vehicle then made another left hand turn onto Ohio Ave. and I then initiated a 
traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped and pulled over to the side of the road next to the 
Sebring Fire Station. The vehicle was a Black 2004 Jeep Cherokee bearing Ohio 
registration HCF7778. I then exited my cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which I received valid registration, but no proof 
of insurance and a suspended license. The driver was later identified as Matthew 
Adams. I also received a valid ID card from the passenger later identified as Steven 
Percy.

At this point, Ptl. Brindack, Ptl. Scott and Ptl. Peterman arrived to the scene as well. I 
then informed them of the situation and told them to have both suspects step out of the 
vehicle being that I was going to tow it after writing up the citation. During the 
administrative inventory search performed by Ptl. Brindack and Ptl. Scott, baggies with 
a white substance was found in the center console by Ptl. Brindack. The driver 
Matthew Adams then admitted that it was Meth and that it was his. After his admission, 
I then contacted Sgt. Kelm and with input from Sgt. Kelm it was determined because 
Matthew admitted that it was Meth that we could charge him without sending the drugs 
to the lab. I then called for a tow and filled out the tow slip for Springers.

At this point, Matthew was then placed under arrest and was then placed in the back of 
unit 301. We then advised the passenger Steven Percy that he was free to leave as 
well. Springers then arrived to the scene to tow the vehicle and we then cleared the 
scene. Upon arrival to the station, I filled out all necessary documentation so that Ptl. 
Peterman could transport Matthew to MCJ. I also took pictures of Matthew and also 
logged all the baggies of the white powdered substance with evidence tags. Ptl. 
Peterman then transported Matthew to MCJ. Matthew was charged with Drug 
Possession 2925.111 (ORC) and was also cited for a Suspended License 335.07 
(ORD) and Turn Signal Required 337.30 (ORD).


Ptl. Everhart #514
7-7-19



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On 07/07/19 I assisted Ptl. Everhart on a DUS stop. On arrival Ptl Everhart advised he 
was going to be towing the vehicle, Ptl. Scott arrived shortly after and we began and 
administrative inventory of the vehicle. Ptl. Scott and myself began inventorying the 
vehicle when I noticed an ash tray in the center console, I looked down the hole of the 
ashtray and notice small plastic bags inside, I opened the ash tray and found several 
bags containing a white crystal substance that Ptl. Scott and I believed to be Meth, I 
asked the driver of the car Matthew Adams what was in the bags and he admitted to 
me it was meth. Evidence was gathered, the vehicle was towed and Matthew was 
arrested by Ptl. Everhart on the drug charge.


Ptl. Brindack 506
07/07/19



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On 7/7/2019 I, Ptl. Peterman. went in marked unit 301 as a dual unit with Ptl. Scott 505 
to the scene.

When we approached the scene, I exited my vehicle, and approached the passenger, 
Steven Percy II, to which at this time was asked by Ptl. Everhart to exit the vehicle. I 
patted down Steven for weapons, to which none were on his person. 

The driver of the vehicle, Matthew Adams, was brought over for me to discuss about 
the events while Pt;. Brindack and Ptl. Everhart were performing an inventory of the 
vehicle Matthew was operating. Ptl. Brindack then came across several small baggies 
of a white substance, and when asked whos it was, Matthew responded with "Its 
mine". Ptl. Brindack asked Matthew what the white substance was, and Matthew 
responded "Its meth". Matthew was then placed under detainment at this time, and a 
probable cause search was initiated by Ptl. Brindack. No other drugs were found in the 
vehicle, but a small knife, and fireworks were discovered in the vehicle. 

I placed Matthew into the back of my marked unit, and awaited further instruction. After 
getting the go ahead, I transported Matthew back to station, where jail paperwork was 
started, and assisted PTL. Everhart in filling it out. After papenwork was finished, I 
transported Matthew to Mahoning County Jail.


Ptl. Peterman #511 
7/7/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/3/2019  1933
Case No.: 19007016 

criminal 
127 E Florida

ARREST: Derek Rinehart AGE 26
127 E Florida Ave

DOC  /  2917.11 / BOND $500.00



On 07/03/2019, While on scene for a call of service, Units were dispatched to the 100 
block of East Florida Avenue in reference to an active domestic with weapons. As units 
were pulling up to the scene, dispatch advised that they currently have the victim on 
the line stating that he is actively getting assaulted and he just locked himself in the 
bathroom. 

As units were relayed this information I observed the alleged aggressor sitting in her 
car getting out of her vehicle walking over to us. I spoke to the female whom I knew to 
be that of Kathleen Rinehart. Kathleen advised that her grandson Derek is in the 
house going crazy beating himself in the head. Also outside in a separate vehicle was 
David Rinehart and his female friend Lori. Units went into the residence and spoke to 
Derek about the event. Derek appeared to be worked up, but did not appear to have 
any obvious injuries. Derek pointed to a piece of wood that was sitting by the door that 
had rusted nails, screws, and staples sticking out of it. Derek advised that his 
grandmother Kathleen was beating him with the board, and then she dropped it and 
started punching him in the face. 

I went out and spoke with Kathleen whom advised that Derek just came home and he's 
been gone for a few days and he just started going crazy. Kathleen advised that Derek 
started going through her purse and when she caught him he took her cell phone and 
ran into the bathroom banging his head against the wall. 

Derek was brought outside of the residence and was presented with a statement. 
Derek advised that he wanted to file DV charges and he wanted Kathleen to go to jail. I 
advised Ptl. Brindack to get a statement and a DV packet started. I then obtained a 
statement from Kathleen. I then spoke to Lori and asked her what she seen happen 
and she advised that they pulled up a few moments prior to police arrival and saw 
Kathleen sitting in her car and she was not in the house. Lori refused to provide a 
statement advising that she didn't want involved. Once statements were completed, 
the physical evidence did not support that a DV took place. There were no indications 
that Derek was assaulted with a board let alone one with rusted nails, screws, and 
staples in it. Furthermore there was no indications that Kathleen punched Derek in the 
face like he claimed. Kathleen is known to be on blood thinners and bruises rather 
easily and there are no signs of tissue bruising on Kathleen's hands. 

Derek was then taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct. Derek was then taken back 
to the station and processed. Derek was then given an OR bond in the amount of $500 
and given a day of 07/11/2019 at 0900 at MCC#3.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/2/2019  1720
Case No.: 19007009 

Criminal
175 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672

ARREST:  Edward Mills AGE 36
265 West Oregon Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672


Intimidation of a Victim F3  / 2921.04  /  Bond $8,000
Retaliation F3  / 2921.05  / Bond $8,000
Drug Paraphernalia MM / 2925.14 / $150 
Drug Possession MM  / 2925.11   / $150



On 07/02/2019, Units were dispatched to the 200 block of West Oregon Avenue for a 
male actively breaking into a residence. Units arrived on scene and going pieces of 
wood and what appeared to be wheels to a cabinet of some sort in the yard as well as 
miscellaneous office supplies that were in the yard as well. Officers made contact with 
the occupants of the house. Sean Mills advised that he has a current Domestic 
Violence Case against his brother Edward Mills whom was just recently given an OR 
bond on Thursday. 

Sean advised that his brother Edward came to the house and made entry into the 
house and was trying to fight him saying that he was going to beat his ass for filing 
charges on him. Sean advised that Edward then grabbed a table and threw it out in the 
yard. Sean advised that his father Eddy Mills came and shit the door preventing 
Edward from entering the residence.

Sean advised that he felt threatened by the situation and wanted to pursue charges. 
Sean was provided with a statement and as he was filling out the statement I asked 
Eddy Mills to write a statement which was refused. I gathered the completed statement 
and then cleared.



K9 Det. Redfern 504


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On 07/02/2019, Units went to Don Hill's residence for Edward Mills, a consent search 
was obtained and units were unsuccessful in locating Edward.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 07/02/2019, Moments later units were dispatched to the Hill residence because 
Edward was at the residence requesting to speak to police. Units arrived and Edward 
came out and met units in the front of the residence. Edward advised that he was not 
at his residence today and never seen his brother. Edward then advised that he was in 
an argument with his brother through the window of the residence but would not 
elaborate on the contents of the argument. Edward was then detained pending further 
investigation. Edward advised that he was with his cousin Allan Reed and Michelle
Morrow. 

Ptl. Brindack Remained on scene with Edward while I went to speak with Mr. Reed. I 
found Allan in the 100 block of East Maryland avenue and spoke wo him in reference 
to Edward. Allan advised that he was not in contact with Edward in some time. Allan 
advised that he was with him earlier in the morning but not recently. I then advised Ptl. 
Brindack that Edward provided false information of his whereabouts and then cleared. 
I then returned to the scene where Ptl. Brindack recovered marijuana and 
paraphernalia from Edward. 

Edward was then taken back to the station and processed. Edward was charged with 
2921.05 Retaliation F3, 2921.04 Intimidation of a victim F3, 2925.11 Possession of 
drugs MM, 2925.141 Possession of drug paraphernalia MM. Edward was taken to the 
Mahoning County Justice Center with a $16,300 bond and given a court date of 
07/03/2019 at 1300 at MCC#3.



K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 07/02/2019, Units were dispatched to the 200 block of West Oregon Avenue foran 
alleged active breaking and entering. Units arrived on scene. Units made contact with 
the Sean Mills who said that his brother Edward came to the house and was trying to 
fight him saying that he was going to "beat his ass". Sean advised that Eddie then 
grabbed a table and threw it out in the yard. Sean was asked to do a statement and he 
did so. Edward Mills Sr and Mary Hill were also asked but declined units the cleared 
and went to 175 W Ohio Ave to try an locate Eddie but were unsuccessful.

A few Minutes later minutes later we were dispatched to 175 W Ohio Ave and told 
Eddie Mills was now on scene requesting to speak with an officer. Units responded 
and made contact with Eddie. Eddies story changed a few times but he alleged he was 
with Allen Reed helping him move an AC unit and was not at his house. 

I remained on scene and Det. Redfern went to speak with Allen Reed, and advised to 
detain Eddie at this time until he could speak with Allen. I took Eddie to my car and 
some moments Det. Redfern advised me to place Eddie in custody. 

During a search of Edward and his belongings on scene I found a small metal tube 
with a plastic bag with a small amount of marijuana packed neatly inside in his left 
cargo pocket. When I returned to station a more in thorough search was done and a 
half of an orange pill later identified Buprenorphine Hydrochloride pill fell on the floor 
as items were being removed from the same cargo pocket mentioned above. Eddie 
was booked and processed and transported to Mahoning county jail without further 
incident.

Edward was charged with 2921.05 Retaliation F3, 2921.04 Intimidation of a victim F3, 
2925.11 Possession of drugs MM, 2925.141 Possession of drug paraphernalia MM. 
Edward was taken to the Mahoning County Justice Center with a $16,300 bond and 
given a court date of 07/03/2019 at 1300 at MCC#3.




REPORTING OFFICER: Redfern, Jr., Chad BADGE NO.: 504 DATE: 07/02/2019 
21:01





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT  7/1/2019  1906
Case No.: 19007007 

Traffic 
800 Block West Tennessee Ave

CITED: Brittany Landacre AGE 25
845 West California Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672

Unsafe Vehicle  /  SCO 337.07
DUS (Non-Compliance)  /  SCO 335.07
Failure to Comply  /  SCO 303.01



On 07/01/2019 While in the driveway of Zep's Pizza on North Johnson Road clearing a 
Traffic Stop, I observed a blue in color van with severe spiderwebbing on the front 
windshield. The van was headed south bound on Johnson Road going over the rail 
road tracks. I turned on my overhead emergency lights and attempted a traffic stop. 
The van touched its breaks and I was able to visualize the driver look through the side 
mirror and make eye contact with my cruiser. The van then turned right to head 
westbound on West Tennessee Avenue. 

At this time I turned on my audible siren and the driver continued to drive the van until 
it came to the driveway of 845 West California Avenue and it pulled in. The side doors 
of the van as well as the rear hatch started to open and several occupants started to 
exit the van. I ordered the occupants to stay put as I approached the vehicle. Once at 
the vehicle the side fender fell off of the vehicle and it had a flat tire. The vehicle was in 
no condition to travel along a public roadway safely due to the various equipment 
violations. I made contact with the unrestrained driver and I advised her of the 
violation. I then asked for Insurance, Registration and Driver's License. The driver of 
the vehicle advised that she did not have her license on her. I asked if she didn't have 
them because she was suspended and she advised "yes". I asked the driver why it is 
that she didn't stop her vehicle and she advised she saw me on Johnson but she 
wanted to get it to her driveway so it couldn't be towed. I advised her that the vehicle 
was used in the commission of a crime on a public roadway and that I was well with in 
my means to tow it if I so chose to do so. I then gathered identification of the female 
and ran her through dispatch whom advised that she was the registered owner and 
she had two open suspensions. I started issuing Brittany a citation for Unsafe Vehicle, 
DUS, and Failure to comply. 

Brittany was cited to MCC#3 on 7/3/19 at 1300. I then cleared with out incident.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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Thursday, June 20, 2019
04:45 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006085

Traffic
500TH BLK N. JOHNSON

CITED: April Dettweiler (AGE 49)
20741 Oak St, Alliance 44601

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES / ORD 
313.01


On 06/12/2019, I, Patrolman Villanueva was 
stationed in a marked cruiser facing south 
at the intersection of W. Ohio and N. 
Johnson conducting traffic control. While 
stationed I saw a grey colored van very 
slightly slow but then go right through the 
stop sign and make a left turn at the 
intersection. I activated my emergency 
lights and initiated a traffic stop at the 
500'~b lock of N. Johnson. I made contact 
with the driver, April Dettweiler who 
immediately gave me an attitude saying 
how she is late and how she doesn't have 
time for this. 

I begin to explain to April who I was and 
why I stopped her, but she continued to 
interrupt me with more attitude. I then 
attempted to continue my stop and 
requested her license, registration and 
proof of insurance. She hands me her 
license and insurance but continues giving 
me a attitude and says how she doesn't 
know where her registration is. I calmly 
asked if she could check her glove 
compartment because usually people place 
it there, but she interrupts again saying she 
never puts it there. I then ask if she is sure 
it is not anywhere else in the vehicle then 
and so she reaches in her glove 
compartment and finds it there immediately. 
She then says how she never puts it there 
and so I stated how luckily it was there this 
time and she didn't lose it. 

She then continues with angrily interrupting 
me and telling me how she doesn't have 
time and how she is late for taking her sons 
to bible study and she has to go to work 
because she woke up 5 minutes ago. I then 
told her how dangerous it is to completely 
go through stop signs at busy intersections 
just because she is late and she interrupts 
me again stating she slowed down. 

I then just excused myself and went to my 
vehicle and issued her a citation for ORD 
313.01 Traffic Control Devices #031492. I 
go back to the vehicle and attempt to 
explain to April of the citation and tried to 
explain the ticket information such as the 
courts number and location but she 
continued interrupting me so I just asked 
her if she could just sign the side of the 
citation and she did. I then rip off her blue 
copy and she gets more of an attitude and 
begins to pull off as I was still standing right 
at her driver's window. I then yelled at her to 
stop because we were on a very busy road 
so I could not back up without stepping in 
the lane of traffic where there was a semi 
passing and if she hadn't stopped, she 
would've hit me with her vehicle. 

I explained how dangerous it is for her to 
just drive off without me telling her she was 
free to go and how I could've been injured 
by the semi and she just said how she was 
done and I told her she is not leave unless 
told to by an officer. She then states how 
she didn't know I was that close to her car 
and so I just told her when my emergency 
lights are off, she is free to go. I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #512
06/12/2019



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Wednesday, June 12, 2019
09:55 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006072

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near St. Rt 62

CITED: Deanna Orlando (AGE 37)
2629 Westville Lake Rd. Beloit, OH 44609

Expired License <6months / 4510.12 ORC


On 6/10/2019 at 7:45pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st  Johnson Rd. facing North when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 46mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
Perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a White 2019 Chevy Silverado bearing 
Ohio registration GUW8178. I then exited 
my cruiser and approached the driver side 
and informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid registration and proof of 
insurance but an expired driver's license. 

The driver was later identified as Deanna 
Orlando.

I gave Deanna a verbal warning for the 
speed violation but I wrote her a traffic 
citation for an expired driver's license (<6 
months) (4510.12 ORC) and gave Deanna 
a court date of 06/13/19 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with no personal appearance 
required. Once Deanna signed the citation, 
I provided her with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #514
6/10/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006055

TRAFFIC
Ohio Ave near 12th st


CITED: Rebecca Danesi (AGE 60)
740 Lake Park Blvd Sebring OH 44672

Traffic control device / 313.01



On 06/08/19 I was travelling West On E 
Ohio Ave when I observed a gray car 
travelling the opposite direction towards me 
go around the yellow road closed barriers in 
the 200 block of E Ohio that were put in 
place due to the fireman's festival. 

As the vehicle passed me I turned around 
and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 
gray chevy Impala bearing OH EPK5967 at 
Ohio ave and N 12th St . I approached the 
driver identified as Rebecca Danesi and 
asked why she drove around the road 
closed barriers. Rebecca stated she did not 
see the first barrier (which was directly in 
the middle of the road) and just went 
around the second because she thought the 
road was only closed if you were coming 
into Sebring. 

Rebecca was issued a citation for 313.01 
Traffic control devices and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 06/20/19 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required. I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 506
06/08/19



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006054

TRAFFIC
W Califonia Ave @ S 17th St, Sebring, OH 
44672


CITED: Konner Shields (AGE 18)
15 Walnut St, Hubbard, OH 44425

Driver Licnese: None / SCO 335.01



On Saturday, June 08, 20 19, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on W 
California Ave in marked unit #303. I 
observed a blue vehicle approaching from S 
15th St at what appeared to be a rate of 
speed higher than the posted 25 MPH limit. 
Upon activating my forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed and locked in a speed 
of 39 MPH. As the vehicle passed my 
cruiser I activated my overhead emergency 
lights and turned around to initiate a traffic 
stop. The vehicle, a blue Chevrolet 4-door 
sedan bearing Ohio registration HTG8806, 
came to a complete stop on W California 
Ave at S 17th St .

Upon establishing contact with the driver, 
identified as Konner Shields, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Shields immediately informed me 
he did not have a driver's license and 
provided his identification information 
verbally. The female passenger and 
registered owner of the vehicle, identified as 
Damecka Wilkins, provided her driver's 
license upon request. Shields was issued 
traffic citation #031635 for SCO 335.01 
Driver License: None and given a verbal 
warning for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (39/25). Shields was informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, June 13, 
2019 at 0900. 

The vehicle was released to the control of 
the registered owner.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.8.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006053 

TRAFFIC 
300 Block 0f S 12th St, Sebring, OH 44672


CITED: Bogdan Rama (AGE 60)
24981 Columbus Road, Bedford Heights, 
OH 44146

Speed - Over Limits (55/35) / SCO 333.03



On Saturday, June 08, 2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on S 12th 
St in marked unit #303. As I neared 
Alabama Ave, I observed a vehicle 
approaching from the south at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 35 MPH limit. Upon activating 
my forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed and locked in a speed of 55 MPH. 
As the vehicle passed my cruiser, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and turned around to initiate a traffic stop. 
The vehicle, a white Chevrolet truck bearing 
Ohio registration HCY7623, came to a 
complete stop in the 300 block of S 12th St.

Upon establishing contact with the driver, 
identified as Bogdan Rama, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Rama provided the appropriate 
documentation as requested. Rama was 
issued traffic citation #031634 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (55/35) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
June 20,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.8.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006032

TRAFFIC
Smith Twp. Police Dept.

CITED: Jesse Smith (AGE 29)
36409 Lisbon Dungannon Rd. Lisbon, OH 
44432

Expired Registration / SCO 335.10


On 06/05/2019 I Ptl. Scott while traveling 
north on N. Johnson Rd. preformed a 
random registration check on a vehicle in 
front of me which was a silver 2017 
Chevrolet pickup truck bearing Ohio 
registration HCG3241. The vehicle's 
registration came back expired since 
January of 2019. The vehicle then pulled 
into the Smith Twp. Police Dept. parking lot.

I turned around and pulled in behind the 
vehicle and made contact with the driver 
and informed him that he was stopped for 
his expired registration. I requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received and identified 
the driver as Jesse Smith. I then returned to 
my cruiser and wrote Jesse a traffic citation 
for expired registration SCO 335.10.

Jesse was given a court date of 06/13/2019 
at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal 
appearance not required. Once Jesse 
signed his citation he was provided with a 
copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #505
06/06/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006019

Traffic
100 block S. 12th St. Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED: Stevie Martin (AGE 38)
1606 S. Arch Ave Alliance

Speed (49/35) / SCO 333.03


At approximately 20:17 hours, on 
06/03/2019, I was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit 303. While 
traveling southbound on S. 12th street 
nearing the intersection of W. Georgia 
Avenue, I observed a Northbound Red Kia 
Soll, that was nearing W. Georgia Avenue, 
that appeared to be traveling above the 
posted speed limit of 35MPH. Upon 
activating my in-car, front facing radar unit, I 
obtained a locked speed of 49MPH. I then 
turned around, positioned myself behind the 
Kia Soll, and initiated a traffic stop with the 
vehicle coming to a complete stop just 
south of the railroad tracks.

I then made contact with the driver, 
identified by her Ohio Driver License as 
Stevie M. Martin, and advised her of the 
reason for the stop. Upon asking Martin if 
she were aware of her speed she advised 
that she was not but that she believed that 
she was going a little over 40MPH. I then 
requested her proof of insurance as well as 
vehicle registration. Martin was able to 
provide me with her insurance information 
but was unable to locate the registration, 
with her informing me that the car was 
registered to her father, Jeffrey Votaw.

Martin was then issued citation #031535 for 
speed (SCO 333.03) for 49MPH in a 
marked 35MPH zone. Martin was also 
given an optional court date of 9:00am on 
06/13/2019, with no personal appearance 
required. I then cleared from the call with no 
further action and nothing additional to 
report at this time. 

It should also be noted that the calibration 
of car 303's in car radar unit was verified at 
both the start of my shift at 15:00 hours as 
well as after writing Martin her citation.



Ptl. Reed #513




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006001

Traffic
N. 15th St./ Ohio Ave.


CITED:  Cody Bauer (AGE 31)
350 W. Broadway St. Alliance, Ohio 44601

OVI(SFST) / 4511.19(A)(1)(a) / BOND: 
$500

OVI / 4511.19(A)(2) / BOND: $500

Wrong way on one-way street / ORD 
331.30



On 6/1/2019 at 00:50 I stopped a vehicle at 
the intersection of N. 15th St. and Ohio Ave.

Ptl. Peterman 511
6/1/2019



I, and Ptl. Scott 505 approached the 
vehicle, after watching him travel between 
13th and 14th St. weaving in the alleyway, 
and Identified the driver as Coty Bauer. 
Coty states he was "Going to the bar to talk 
to a guy about his dead uncle.". We 
explained to him his vehicle matched the 
description of a suspicious vehicle(White 
trailblazer), then asked Coty why he was 
going around asking people "Have you 
seen my dead uncle?". Me and Ptl. Scott 
asked Coty to exit the vehicle to submit to 
field sobriety testing, to which he becomes 
belligerent, and starts asking "What right do 
you have to pull me out of the vehicle?". we 
explained to Coty we don't need consent or 
a reason to pull him out of the vehicle, and 
that we needed to talk to him outside of the 
vehicle. Coty exited his vehicle after a few 
moments, then we explain to him we 
suspect with his driving patterns when I was 
behind him, and the witness statements of 
his driving, we request he take field sobriety 
to make sure he was okay to drive. I noticed 
Cotys speech was slightly slurred, he was 
having minor balance issues from stumbling 
on his feet, and I could smell a slight odor of 
alcoholic beverage as he was speaking with 
us. 

Coty then asked "Do you guys have video 
recording right now?" to which we 
responded "No", and Coty then refused to 
take any testing we requested of him. Coty 
was then placed under arrest for Operating 
a vehicle while under the influence of 
alcohol and/or drugs 4511.19, Sebring 
ordinance code 331.30 wrong direction 
down a one-way street. and placed on an 
administrative license suspension. Cotys 
vehicle was left parked near the panda 
garden on N. 15th St. After placing Coty 
into my marked patrol car 301, he became 
very disorderly, striking his head off of the 
driver side, rear window, and yelling 
obscenities at me and Ptl. Scott 505. 

Ptl. Scott read Coty his Miranda rights, and 
I transported to station. At station, Coty 
continued being very disorderly, and yelling 
obscenities. At station, Coty continued to 
ask Ptl. Scott 505 "what crimes did I 
commit?". I read Coty his Miranda again, 
and reminded him he was in a recorded 
room. As Coty continued to talk to us, I 
could notice a stronger odor of alcoholic 
beverage eminating from him inside of the 
squad room. Coty became less belligerent 
at this time. DO Wheeler advised me 4 
minors had arrived to give witness 
statements about Coty's behavior, and how 
he was driving to the Brickhouse. He asked 
the kids if they "knew where a stone and 
brick bar was", to which one of the kids 
responded", then when he saw us 
patrolling, was witnessed speeding off 
toward Beloit. 

I had Coty sign a recognizance waiver, as 
well as reminded him of his court date of 
0900 A.m. at MCC#3 on 6/6/2019. I  then 
cleared once his mother came to pick Coty 
up and take him home.



DATE: 06/01/2019 04:53


On 06/01/2019 I Ptl. Scott along with Ptl. 
Peterman searched for an erratic driver that 
we found in the alley behind the Schmids 
bar traveling west even after driving in a 
one way part of the alley. The driver was 
called in by multiple people for pulling into 
the alley by the police department and 
asking kids where his dead uncle was. I 
witnessed this happen but when I walked to 
the vehicle he backed up and sped away 
and parked at the Brick House Bar. Ptl. 
Peterman was behind the vehicle as I went 
to N. 15th St. to assist in stopping the 
vehicle in which once the vehicle turned 
onto N 15th St. Ptl. Peterman stopped the 
vehicle. I exited my cruiser to talk to the 
individual which was identified as Coty 
Bauer. 

Coty stated stated that his uncle died 4 
months ago and he was going to the bar to 
speak to the bartender as his uncle asked 
him to do before he died. Coty was very 
hyper and had slurred speech and when I 
asked him about pulling into by the police 
department and asking individuals about his 
uncle Coty denied it. I asked Coty if he had 
consumed any alcoholic beverages prior to 
driving in which Coty stated that he did not. 
I asked Coty where he was coming from 
and he pointed south and stated Alliance 
Sebring road and I told him that was not 
where Alliance Sebring road is and Coty
stated that he was dyslexic and that it he 
cannot tell directions or understand words 
due to his alleged disorder.

Coty was asked to preform field sobriety 
tests in which Coty asked if the traffic stop 
was being recorded in which I told him no. 
Coty then became belligerent and started to 
yell obscenities and was then placed into 
custody and then placed into the rear of 
marked unit #301. I read Coty his rights and 
asked him if he understood in which Coty 
stated that he was dyslexic and could not 
understand me.

Coty asked if we could roll his windows up 
in which Ptl. Peterman did. Coty then 
started yelling that we were illegally 
searching is vehicle and started to bang his 
head off of the window of the cruiser.

Once back station Coty continued his 
belligerent attitude and yelled most of the 
time while he was there. I read Coty the 
BMV 2255 form in which he signed. Coty 
refused chemical testing and was placed 
under administrative license suspension 
and was advised not to drive. Coty was 
given a recognizance bond of $1,000 for 
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19A1a and OVI 
(Refusal wl prior conviction within 20 years) 
ORC 4511.19A2 in which Coty singed and 
received a copy of. Coty also received a 
traffic citation for both OVI offenses and 
driving down a one way street in which Coty 
refused to sign and received a copy. Coty 
was then released and picked up by his 
mother.


Ptl. Scott #505 
06/02/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005203 

Criminal
173 E. Maryland Ave. Sebring, Ohio 44672

ARREST: Genell Stoll (AGE 37)
173 E. Maryland Ave. Sebring, Ohio 44672

Inducing Panic(M- 1) / 2917.31 / Bond 
$1,250.00

Making False Alarm(M- 1) / 2917.32 / Bond 
$1,250.00



I responded to 173 E. Maryland Ave. on 
5/31/2019 at 23:18 for an active fire alarm.


Ptl. Peterman 511
6/1/2019



On arrival with Sebring FD. I saw a younger 
male sitting on the porch of the residence, 
stating his girlfriend locked him out of the 
house. I proceeded to knock on the door 
stating I was with Sebring PD, and needed 
to speak to her about the alarm going off. A 
woman answered the door, stating "I 
pressed the ADT button because my ex-
boyfriend was beating on my door, and I 
want him gone.".

She seemed in a normal state, with no 
altercation to mental state. I then asked her 
why she pressed the ADT fire alarm, to 
which she told me "I just pressed the 
button, I wanted someone here to make him 
leave.". I asked for her license, to which she 
procured to me, then ran her license to 
reveal a Genell Stoll. She states the ex-
boyfriend was being verbally abusive 
towards her as well. 

I was shown audio evidence of the ex-
boyfriend, Peter Prince, saying multiple 
expletives, and that "I better not see 
another man on your porch.". 

Ptl. Scott 505 arrived on scene, and at this 
time I requested he speak to Peter about 
whats going on. After speaking to both 
parties, We determined Peter had 
established residence, and would have to 
be evicted through civil court. After leaving 
the residence, we were preparing to take 
Peter to a family members house in Alliance 
when Genell came outside, approached 
Peter, and said he could stay the night. 
After Peter went back inside the house, we 
cleared.


Ptl. Peterman 511
6/1/2019



00:16 - I and Ptl. Scott 505 arrived back at 
the same residence after speaking to Det. 
Redfern 504, and Sgt. Joshua Kelm 503 
about the situation, and the possible abuse 
of the Adt fire alarm system. It was 
determined at this time that Genell Stone 
was improperly using the ADT alarm system 
she had in her residence and was therefore 
placed under arrest for Inducing Panic 
2917.31, and Making False Alarm 2917.32. 
Genell changed her story to Ptl. Scott, 
stating "Peter set the alarm off by hitting 
and kicking the door, so I pressed all of the 
buttons.". 

Genell was read her rights, and placed 
inside the back of my marked cruiser 301. I 
transported Genell to station, where we 
explained her charges, and why she was 
being charged with them. Genell was 
released of her own recognizance, and 
given a court date MCC#3 6/6/2019 @ 
0900A.M. We then cleared. 


Ptl. Peterman 511
6/1/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005196

Criminal
114 West Maryland Ave, Sebring, OH 
44672


ARREST: Dusty Diacontonas (AGE 31)
114 West Maryland Ave, Sebring, OH 
44672

Aggravated Arson (F-2) / 2909.02(a)(2)



On 5/30/2019 officers were dispatched to 
114 W. Maryland Ave. for a structure fire.


Sgt. Kelm #505
5/30/2019



Upon arrival myself, Ptl. Scott, and Ptl. 
Brindack, and Ptl. Peterman observed 
smoke and flames coming from the first 
floor of the duplex. 2 cruisers were 
positioned at the intersection of 15th St. and 
Maryland Ave. and 16th St. and Maryland 
Ave. to block the road. All officers remained 
on scene for crowd control. 

Once the fire was put out and the fire 
department cleared all units then cleared.

I was advised by Sebring Fire Chief that this 
will still be under investigation and 
requested I get a written statement from the 
home owner Dusty Diacontonas. I had 
Dusty walk with me to the police station 
where I read her Miranda rights and Dusty 
filled out a sworn statement. I then cleared.


Sgt. Kelm #505
5/30/2019



On this date State Arson Investigator 
interviewed Dusty Diacontonas, and during 
that interview she admitted to setting a 
candle on fire and placing it on a couch and 
leaving to go to work. See Interview.


Chief Harris
#502
5/31/19



I met with the lnvestigator and got his 
report. He agreed that Diacontonas be 
charged with aggravated Arson (F-2). This 
will be reviewed by the Prosecutor.


Chief Harris
#502
6/3/19



On this date the Prosecutor approved 
charges of 2909.02A Aggravated Arson (F-
2). State Complaint will be sent to court and 
a warrant issued.


Chief Harris
#502
6/4/19


I was told that Dusty was at the house to 
speak to the Insurance fire Investigator. I 
went to 114 West Maryland and arrested 
Dusty Diacontonas for Aggravated Arson. I 
was told by Daniel Kovacic that she told him 
the same story as she had told the State 
Fire Investigator. Dusty was brought back to 
the station where she was processed and 
then taken to Mahoning County Jail. There 
is no Bond for this charge. Mrs Diacontonas 
will have her first court date on 6/6/19.


Chief Harris
#502
6/5/19




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PUBLISHED 10:48AM WEDNESDAY JUNE 
12, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *




Wednesday, June 05, 2019
08:49 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006008

TRAFFIC
W Ohio Ave @ N 19th St, Sebring. Ohio 
44672

CITED: Carrie Bycraft  AGE 39
221 Rosenberry St, Alliance, OH 44601

Speed - Over Limits (48/35) SCO 333.03
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) SCO 
337.27



On Saturday, June 01,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on W 
Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd facing west. I 
observed a black vehicle enter my field of 
view from the west village limits at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 35 MPH limit. Upon activating 
my forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed and locked in a digital speed of 48 
MPH. The vehicle slowed to a crawl as it 
approached the intersection and continued 
east without coming to a complete stop at 
the posted stop sigdred flashing traffic 
lights. As the vehicle passed my location, I 
could observe the driver with her head 
down not paying attention to the road.

I activated my overhead emergency lights 
and pulled out onto W Ohio Ave to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle did not begin to 
yield until I activated my emergency siren 
after passing N 20th St. The vehicle, a 
black Cadillac SUV bearing Ohio 
registration GUE2041, came to a complete 
stop near N 19th St. Upon establishing 
contact with the driver, identified as Carrie 
Bycraft, I identified myself and informed her 
of the reasons for the stop. Bycraft admitted 
to speeding and looking down at her phone. 
I observed Bycraft was not wearing her seat 
belt and asked if she had it on prior to being 
stopped. Bycraft admitted she was not 
wearing her seat belt prior to being stopped. 
I also observed two children in the car, one 
in the passenger and one in the back seat, 
both of which were wearing their seat belts.

Bycraft provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Bycraft was 
issued traffic citation #031633 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (48/35) and 
SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear 
(Driver).

Bycraft was given two verbal warnings for 
SCO 313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Device and SCO 331.34(C) Full Time 
Attention. Bycraft was informed of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, June 13,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #507
6.1.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006003

Speed 49/35
1400 Blk of S. Johnson Rd


CITED: Gregory Lambert AGE 29
2225 Southeast Blvd, Salem

Speed 49/35   333.03

Date 6/1/2019  Time 1122 Hrs

On this date and time, I observed a Green 
Jeep Wrangler bearing Ohio Registration 
508ZDS traveling North on Johnson Rd in 
the 1400 Blk. I observed the vehicle 
traveling at a visibly high rate of speed, and 
the vehicle was clocked via the radar at 
49Mph in a clearly posted 35 Mph Zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was 
issued a citation for speed 49/35 and due to 
the fact that he had 2 Prior M.V. in the past 
year, was issued a mandatory Court 
Appearance in Mcc#3 on 6/6/19 at 9am.



Res. Sgt S.T. McDaniel # 509





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19006002

Speed 41/25
California Ave and 17 th St


CITED: Jeffrey Harper AGE 48
1005 Lake Park Blvd Lt 35

Speed 41/25  333.03


DATE 6/1/2019  TIME 1002 Hrs


On this date and time, I observed a Green 
Jeep bearing Ohio Temporary Tag J061142, 
traveling east on California Ave at 17th st. I 
observed the vehicle traveling at a visibly 
high rate of speed, and was clocked via 
Radar at 41 Mph in a clearly posted 25 Mph 
Zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was 
issued a citation for Speed and given a 
mandatory court appearance in Mcc#3 on 
6/6/19 at 9am. The driver also had 2 Prior 
M.V. in the past year.



Res. Sgt S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005153 

Traffic
S. 16th St. at California Ave.


CITED: Jordan Wilson AGE 27
20748 Best Rd. North Benton, OH 44449

Speeding   333.03 ORD


On 05/24/2019 at 12:59pm, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of United Die 
and Manufacturing off of California Ave. 
facing west when I observed a vehicle 
traveling east on the same road approach 
at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
stationary radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 45mph in a 25mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving east on 
California Ave. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
made a right turn onto S. 16th St. and 
pulled over to the side of the road at the 
intersection of California Ave. 

The vehicle was a Maroon 2011 Chevy 
Tahoe bearing Ohio registration 349YZD. I 
then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Jordan 
Wilson.

I wrote Jordan a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Jordan a court date 
of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once 
Jordan signed the citation, I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
05/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005152

Traffic
S. 15th St. at Georgia Ave.

CITED: Elizabeth Kane AGE 58
368 Litchfield Rd. Akron, OH 44305

Speeding 333.03 ORD



On 05/24/2019 at 12:09pm, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling west on California Ave just after 
the intersection of S. 15th St. when I 
observed a vehicle traveling east on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my moving radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 4lmph in a 25mph 
zone just before the parking lot of Unifrax.

The vehicle continued moving east on 
California Ave. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
turned south onto S.15th St then stopped 
on S.15th St. and pulled over to the side of 
the road right at the intersection of Georgia 
Ave. The vehicle was a White 2015 Honda 
Civic bearing Ohio registration HPK2342. I 
then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration.

The driver was later identified as Elizabeth 
Kane.

I wrote Elizabeth a traffic citation for 
speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave Elizabeth 
a court date of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with no personal appearance 
required. Once Elizabeth signed the 
citation, I provided her with a copy and then 
cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515
5/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005151

Traffic
S. 12th St. near Georgia Ave.

CITED: Jessica Wood AGE 28
2384 Kennedy Dr. Salem, OH 44460

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 05/24/2019 at 9:32am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling south on S. 12th St. just before the 
intersection of Baugh Ave. when I observed 
a vehicle traveling north on the same road 
approach at a high rate of speed. I turned 
on my moving radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 51mph in a 35mph zone just past the 
intersection of Alabama Ave.

The vehicle continued moving north on S. 
12th St. and I turned around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on 
12th St. and pulled over into the Animal 
Veterinary Clinic parking lot just before 
Georgia Ave. The vehicle was a White 2017 
Chevy Traverse bearing Ohio registration 
HGK3219. I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the driver side and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
valid insurance, a valid license and 
registration. The driver was later identified 
as Jessica Wood.

I wrote Jessica a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Jessica a court 
date of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
Jessica signed the citation, I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
5/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005150

Traffic
Courtney Rd. at 2 1st Johnson Rd.

CITED: Timothy Barnes AGE 58
11410 W. South Range Salem, OH 44460

Speeding  333.03 ORD


On 05/24/2019 at 8:33am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling east on Courtney Rd. just before 
UniFrax when I observed a vehicle traveling 
west on the same road approach at a high 
rate of speed. I turned on my moving radar 
and clocked the vehicle going 51mph in a 
35mph zone just before the intersection of 
Allied Dr.

The vehicle continued moving west on 
Courtney Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Courtney Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road right at the intersection 
of Johnson Rd. The vehicle was a Gold 
2015 Chevy Equinox bearing Ohio 
registration HLW2453. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. 

The driver was later identified as Timothy 
Barnes.

I wrote Timothy a traffic citation for 
speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave Timothy 
a court date of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with no personal appearance 
required. Once Timothy signed the citation, 
I provided him with a copy and then 
cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515 
5/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005164 

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Courtney Rd.

CITED: Amy Smarr AGE 37
207 E. Georgia Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Speeding  333.03 ORD



On 05/27/2019 at 11:33am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of BPI 
Recycling on Johnson Rd. right after the 
intersection of Courtney Rd. facing North 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 49mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a Black 2014 Ford Edge 
bearing Ohio registration GUE2227. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received valid insurance, a valid 
license and registration. 

The driver was later identified as Amy 
Smarr.

I wrote Amy a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Amy a court date 
of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Amy 
signed the citation, I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
5/27/2019



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Friday, May 24, 2019
09:08 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005139 

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Courtney Rd.

 

CITED: Carolyn Salamon (AGE 70)
3505 Work Rd. Ravenna, OH 44266

Speeding 333.03 ORD



On 05/22/2019 at 11:34am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of BPI 
Recycling on Johnson Rd. right after the 
intersection of Courtney Rd. facing North 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 57mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a White 2010 Chevy Avalanche 
bearing Ohio registration FAA3861. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received valid insurance, a valid 
license and registration. The driver was 
later identified as Carolyn Salamon.

I wrote Carolyn a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Carolyn a court 
date of 05/30/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
Carolyn signed the citation, I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
5/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005142 

Traffic
Courtney Rd Allied dr


CITED: Rodney Clay (AGE 49)
316 William St Niles OH 4446

speed 52/35  333.03



On 05/22/19 I was parked facing West in 
the shipping and receiving area of Famous 
distribution on Courtney Rd. While parked 
there I observed a white truck approaching 
me going east on Courtney Rd at a visibly 
high rate of speed. I activated my in car 
radar and clocked the vehicle at 52mph in a 
35mph zone 17mph over the posted speed 
limit. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 
white ford truck bearing OH GZQ4667 on 
Courtney Rd near the railroad tracks. I 
made contact with the driver identified as 
Rodney Clay who said he had to speed up 
because he was passing a semi that was 
stopped in the road. 

Rodney was cited for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 05/30/19 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required because though this is his third 
violation in twelve months his first two were 
non moving violations.


Ptl. Brindack 507
05/22/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005143 

TRAFFIC
N 15th St Oregon Ave

CITED: Travis Lipps (AGE 21)
1802 E Main St Louisville OH 44641 

DUS   335.07



On 05/22/19 I while in a marked police 
cruiser I was travelling South On N 15th st 
when I observed a vehicle travelling the 
same direction in front of me bearing OH 
TLIPPS. I ran the plate and dispatch 
advised it was showing suspended. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle on N 
15th St near Oregon ave. I made contact 
who was identified as Travis Benjamin 
Lipps and he was confirmed to be 
suspended with the suspension type being 
OVI. 

Travis was cited for DUS 335.07 and given 
a court date at MCC#3 of 05/30/19 as 
opposed to towing his vehicle I allowed him 
to have a friend come and pick his vehicle 
up as they lived on Alliance Sebring Rd and 
could come to the scene relatively quickly. 

A valid driver responded and drove the 
vehicle away, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
05/22/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005135

Criminal
526 W Maryland Ave Sebring

Citation Issued : Whitney Mercer (AGE 34)
526 W Maryland Ave Sebring

Dogs Running At Large MM   505.01(A)


On 05/21/19 I responded to 536,526, and 
516 W Maryland for an animal complaint 
originating from 526 W Maryland.

Upon arrival I was met by Heather and 
Chad Johnson at 536 W Maryland Ave. who 
were advised their Boston terrier had been 
attacked by the neighbors Black lab. Their 
dog had a significant wound to the right 
back side and was missing a large portion 
of skin showing muscle from where he had 
been attacked. Chad and Heather had to 
leave to rush the dog to the Salem 
emergency animal hospital. While they 
were leaving, their other neighbor at 516 W 
Maryland, who saw what had happened, 
came outside and said the same dog at 526 
W Maryland had attacked his dog yesterday 
and it was not the first time.

Heather and Chad left and I spoke with their 
17yo son and 13yo daughter. The children 
advised me that this was not the first time 
that this dog has attacked their dogs. They 
said that the dog had attacked their other 
dog two times and this would be the third 
time it attacked the dog that had been 
injured.

I asked dispatch to get the dog warden to 
respond and began taking statements. I got 
a statement from 13yo Johnson and her 
parents are going to do statements as soon 
as they return. I also obtained a statement 
from David Chamberlin at 516 W Maryland 
and he advises his dogs have been 
attacked two times in the last 6 months by 
this dog. I spoke with the owner of the dog 
at 526 W Maryland Ave. identified as 
Whitney Mercer. I obtained a statement 
from her and advised her the dog warden 
had been contacted and until he responds 
she needed to keep a handle on her dog.

Dispatch then advised me the dog warden 
would not be coming out today but would be 
responding tomorrow to handle the 
situation. Dispatch also advised a dog 
running at large letter has already been 
given at 526 W Maryland once before.

Since both neighbors advised that the dog 
breaks free of it's lead and comes onto their 
property, Whitney was issued a MM citation 
for 505.01 dog running at large and given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 05/30/19 at 
0900hrs. I also obtained a statement from 
her. From what I gathered Whitney's dog 
has attacked the neighbors dogs on at least 
7 separate occasions combined though 
they have gone mostly unreported. This 
information will be forwarded to the dog 
warden for review.


Ptl. Brindack 507
05/21/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005061 

Warrant
236 Alabama Ave. Apt. #1 Sebring, OH 
44672

ARREST: Alexus Carver (AGE 23)
236 Alabama Ave. Apt. #1 Sebring, OH 
44672

Obstruction of Justice (Warrant)   ORC 
2921.32 / Bond $2,500.00



On 05/06/2019, I received information on 
the whereabouts of Troy Blake II whom was 
know to of absconded the judicial system by 
leading the courts to believe that he was 
deceased.

K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 05/06/2019, I received information on 
the whereabouts of Troy Blake II whom was 
known to of absconded the judicial system 
by leading the courts to believe that he was 
deceased. Troy Blake was known to be 
trafficking firearms, possessing weapons 
under disability, and to manufacture 
methamphetamines. Troy was known to 
have various warrants for his arrest several 
being out of MCC#3, Mahoning County 
Court of Common Pleas, Stark County 
Court of Common Pleas, as well as federal 
warrants for trafficking firearms and felon in 
possession. Ptl. Reed and I staged at 12th 
Street and Alabama Avenue and parked our 
cruisers near the intersection and walked 
up to the suspected residence of 236 
Alabama Avenue Apartment # 1 . Ptl. Reed 
and I got into position of the apartment and 
as we were getting ready to make contact 
the back door of the apartment opened and 
a males voice let a brown and white Pitbull 
out of the apartment. The dog came running 
over to Ptl. Reed and I and was not 
aggressive in nature. I advised Ptl. Reed 
that we would make contact with the 
owners in reference to a dog running at 
large. I then went to the front of the 
residence as Ptl. Reed residence and I 
asked her if she had a brown and white 
Pitbull and she advised that she did. I 
advised her that the dog was running 
around and the neighbors advised that it 
may have been hers.

The female shut the door and ran upstairs, 
with the windows upstairs being open I was 
able to hear a male yell shit. The female 
came back downstairs and exited the 
residence shutting the door. I whispered to 
the female so the occupants of the upstairs 
would not hear, I asked her if Troy Blake 
was in the residence and I made the female 
well aware that he was wanted by several 
agencies and if she was hiding him that she 
would be charged on the felony level. The 
female advised that he was and stated that 
at the top of the steps was the bathroom 
and he was in the room beside the 
bathroom. The female was identified as 
Marsadies whom was the homeowner. I 
asked the female if she would open the 
door and let me get him and she complied 
opening the door. I asked the female if there 
was weapons in the residence and she 
advised that she did not believe so. 

I radioed Ptl. Reed that access into the 
residence was granted by an occupant. Ptl. 
Reed and I with weapons drawn for officer 
safety started clearing the residence. As I 
reached the top of the steps I made contact 
with Alexus Carver whom was in a bedroom 
across the hall. I asked Alexus where Troy 
Blake was and she advised that he wasn't 
here. I made Alexus well aware that he was 
wanted out of multiple agencies for felony 
warrants and that if she was found to be 
lying she would be charged with a felony.

Alexus whom was becoming hostile came 
out from the room screaming that Troy was 
not there. I then started to proceed to the 
door where I was advised he was by the 
initial female and Alexus jumped in front of 
the door yelling that her Children were in 
the room and he was not there. Alexus 
made her way into the room and said he 
was not there as Ptl. Reed and I opened the 
closet door finding Troy Blake hiding in a 
closet on top of a dresser under clothes that 
were hanging up. 

Troy was taken into custody and placed in 
handcuffs. Troy and Alexus started to yell 
statements to the affect that they wanted to 
see the warrant that gave law enforcement 
the power to just come into the residence 
and advised that we made an illegal arrest. 
We allowed Troy to get dressed and to put 
shoes on before being escorted down to the 
cruiser. As officers were escorting Mr. Blake 
down the steps, Alexus Carver came 
running down the steps yelling obscenities. 
I advised Mrs. Carver that I would be 
requesting charges from the prosecutor's 
office due to her making several false 
statements to law enforcement even after 
she was advised that Troy had several 
warrants. Troy was then taken to the 
Alliance Walmart where Stark Sheriffs Dept. 
awaited. This incident will be closed, and a 
case will be opened if charges are 
approved through Prosecutor Tolson.

K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 05/06/2019, I briefed Acting Sgt. Kelm. 
and advised him that I was going to 
forwarding this case to the prosecutor and 
Acting Sgt. Kelm had no objections. This 
case will be sent to Prosecutor Tolson for 
the following charges against Alexus 
Carver:

Obstructing justice--2921.32(C)(3) F5, Due 
to Alexus being advised that Troy has 
several felony warrants from several 
agencies and she would be charged if he 
was found to be there, and Alexus still 
attempting to hinder the discovery and 
apprehension of Troy Blake who is wanted 
on several felony charges.


K9 Det. Redfern 504


At approximately 21:37 hours, on 
05/06/2019, I along with Det. Redfern, went 
to 236 Alabama Avenue, Apt. 1, after Det. 
Redfern received information that Troy 
Blake II was at that location. Mr. Blake was 
known to have absconded from the judicial 
system after having led the courts to believe 
that he was deceased, as well as had 
numerous warrants from Mahoning County 
Court #3, Mahoning Court of Common 
Pleas, Stark County Court of Common 
Pleas, as well as federal warrants for 
trafficking in firearms and felon being in 
possession of firearms.

Upon arriving at the apartment complex, 
Det. Redfern and I staged our cruisers near 
the intersection of Alabama Ave. and S. 
12th Street. Once at the upper apartment 
building, I stood-by outside the rear door of 
apartment #1, as Det. Redfern approached 
the front. While Det. Redfern was preparing 
to attempt contact at the front door, a 
subject from inside of the apartment let a 
brown and white Pitbull out the back door. 
The Pitbull then approached Det. Redfern 
and I in a non-aggressive manner. It was 
then decided by Det. Redfern he would try 
to make contact with the occupants of the 
apartment at the front door in reference to 
the Pitbull being at large.

While Det. Redfern made contact at the 
front door, I stood by at the back. After 
speaking with an adult female occupant, I 
was advised via radio by Det. Redfern to 
make entry into the apartment. I then 
entered through the opened rear sliding 
door, meeting Redfern in the front room 
area. Redfern and I both then drew our 
firearms for officer safety and began 
clearing the residence. Once on the second 
floor of the apartment, Redfern and I made 
contact with a female who I know to be 
Alexus Carver, the girlfriend of Troy Blake II, 
in an upstairs bedroom to the far left of the 
top of the staircase. Redfern advised 
Carver of the reason that we were there, 
with her advising that Mr. Blake was not 
there.

I then noticed the female who had granted 
us entry had come up to the second floor as 
well and was behind Det. Redfern and I. I 
then asked her where Troy was, with her 
nodding to a door directly in front of me. I 
then began opening the door while 
announcing myself as a police officer. 
Carver then approached in a hostile 
manner, stating that it was just her child in 
the room before entering. Redfern and I 
followed directly behind her. Once in the 
room, I opened the closet to the left of the 
doorway, finding who I know to be Troy 
Blake II hiding inside. I then assisted Mr. 
Blake from the closet, advised him that he 
was being arrested for his warrants, and 
placed him in handcuffs (spaced and 
double locked).

Blake then began make statements about 
wanting to see a warrant that allowed us to 
come in to get him, that we couldn't just 
walk into his house, and that the arrest was 
illegal. Mr. Blake was then searched effect 
of arrest and allowed to put a shirt and 
shoes on, which I also checked for 
contraband. While escorting Blake from the 
apartment, Carver continued to become 
belligerent with Redfern and I. Once outside 
the apartment, I secured Blake in the back 
of car #303. He was then taken to The 
Alliance Wal-Mart, where custody was 
transferred to Deputy Hill, of The Stark 
County Sheriffs Office. I then returned to 
the village with no further action and 
nothing additional to report at this time.


Ptl. Reed #514



On 05/07/2019, I called the leasing 
company of the complex whom advised that 
Marsadies Mueller and Anthony Tewksbury 
were the appropriate persons on the lease.


K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 05/09/2019, Prosecutor Tolson 
approved the requested charges 


K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 05/12/2019 I Ptl. Scott along with Ptl. 
Peterman served a warrant on Alexus 
Shreckengost Carver at 236 Alabama Ave. 
Apt. 1 where it was believed she was 
staying. Officers arrived on scene and was 
greeted by the door by several people. I 
asked if Alexus was home in which one 
individual went up stairs to get her. Alexus 
came down stairs and was placed into 
custody for the warrant and was mirandized 
an placed in the rear of marked unit #303. 
The apartment was also in deplorable 
conditions and next to the front door was a 
pack and play with a small child laying 
down. There was also a motor cycle in the 
kitchen that was taken apart.

Alexus was transported back to the 
department where she was processed and 
posted a $2,500 bond through sly bail 
bonds and was advised of her court date on 
05/16/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 and was 
released.


Ptl. Scott #506
05/12/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005087

CRIMINAL
786 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672

ARREST: Tyler Haas (AGE 25)
786 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Domestic Violence (M1) / ORC 2919.25A / 
$2,500.00
Domestic Violence (M4) / ORC 2919.25C / 
$1,500.00
Assault (M 1)          / ORC 2903.13  / 
$1,250.00
Agg Menacing (M 1 )    / ORC 2903.21  / 
$1,250.00


On Saturday, May 11, 2019, Officers from 
Sebring and Smith Township Police 
Department responded to the 700 block of 
W Ohio Ave in reference to an active 
domestic violence 911 call.

REPORTING OFFICER: Marchionda, 
Domenico BADGE NO.: 508 DATE: 
05/11/2019 23:48


REPORT DATE: 05/11/2019 21:34:00

While responding to the residence. dispatch 
advised the aggressor, identified as Tyler 
Haas, had fled on foot, in an unknown 
direction. Myself and Patrolman Caughey 
from Smith Township searched the 
immediate area while Patrolman Brindack 
and Smith Township Patrolman Everhart 
checked the residence. While searching for 
Tyler on W California and W Oregon Ave, 
Patrolman Brindack advised over the air he 
located Tyler. 

I immediately responded to the residence to 
provide assistance. Following my arrival, I 
observed Patrolman Brindack had his OC 
canister pointed at Tyler and Patrolman 
Everhart had Tyler at gunpoint while 
Patrolman Caughey detained Tyler with 
handcuffs behind his back.

While we escorted Tyler to marked unit 
#304, 1 could smell a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from Tyler as I 
was walking behind him. Tyler was being 
verbally abusive against officers, 
demanding our names and badge numbers. 
Tyler also protested we were on his 
property and demanded to know what he 
was being arrested for. Tyler was informed 
he was detained pending further 
investigation. While officers secured Tyler in 
marked unit #304, I made contact with the 
complainant, Fred Haas as well as Tyler's 
mother, (---) and Tyler's juvenile sisters.

According to (---), she was standing on the 
front porch in between Fred and Tyler to 
prevent Tyler from trying to get at Fred. (---) 
stated she was pushed and struck as Tyler 
was trying to get passed her to Fred. 
According to Fred, while this was 
happening, Tyler was screaming at him 
saying he was going to kill him. I spoke to 
one of the juvenile daughters,who informed 
me she was trying to give Tyler his phone 
when he became irate and shoved her. (-----
-) said she fell and scraped her knee on a 
porch chair and hit her face on the ground. I 
could observe a very minor mark on the 
right side of her face near her nose as well 
as some minor abrasions on her left knee. 
(------) provided a voluntary written 
statement of what happened.

I asked Fred if he wanted to pursue 
domestic violence charges against Tyler 
and he stated yes he did and that he would 
sign the statement of complaint of domestic 
violence. Fred signed the complaint for 
ORC 2919.25A (M-1) and 2919.25C (M-4). 
Fred also provided a voluntary written 
statement which was brief in nature as he 
stated Tyler was intoxicated and became 
violent towards (------) and (---).  Fred 
stated Tyler said he would kill him and 
pushed (------) and (---) to get at him.

While providing his statement, I overhead 
(---) mention something about Tyler being 
kicked but (---) refused to provide a written 
statement as did the other juvenile daughter 
-. later became uncooperative and did not 
want her face or legs photographed. (---)
and Fred stood by their daughter's wishes 
to not be photographed but Fred stated he 
wanted to continue with the domestic 
violence complaint. Fred was explained, 
signed and provided a copy of the 
instructions for filing domestic violence.


After informing Patrolman Brindack that 
Fred had signed the domestic violence 
complaint, Patrolman Brindack exited the 
residence and I heard him over the radio 
state the Tyler was now under arrest. 
Patrolman Brindack came back into the 
residence and told me that because of 
Tyler's irate behavior, he would be leaving 
the scene and transporting him directly to 
Mahoning County Justice Center in 
Youngstown. I advised Patrolman Brindack I 
would fax all appropriate documentation to 
the jail after I cleared the scene. Smith 
Township officers cleared the scene shortly 
after Patrolman Brindack left to transport 
Tyler to jail. I cleared from the residence 
with the signed domestic violence packet 
and the signed written statements from 
Lauren and Fred.


Tyler was transported to Mahoning County 
Justice Center by Patrolman Brindack for 
ORC 2919.25A Domestic Violence (M-1), 
ORC 291 9.25C Domestic Violence (M-4), 
ORC 2903.13 Assault (M-1) and ORC 
2903.21 Aggravated Menacing (M1-) with a 
total bond of $6,500. Tyler is set to appear 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, May 16,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
5.12.2019



On 05/11/19 Myself, Ptl. Marchionda, Smith 
Township Ofc. Caughey, and Ofc. Everhart, 
responded to the area of the 700/800 block 
for a active physical domestic possibly 
happening in Sebring or Smith township. 
The reason for the confusion was the caller 
advised he was at 876 W Ohio which would 
be in Smith but the name given of the 
suspect Tyler Haas is known to live in 
Sebring only a few houses down. all units 
responded and arrive on scene. We 
determined the location was actually "786 w 
ohio" a mistake made by the panicked 
caller. As we arrived dispatch advised Tyler 
had fled on foot. 

Myself and Ofc. Everhart Remained on 
scene checked on all the victims while 
Marchionda and Caughey searched the 
area by car. Units determined no one 
needed EMS and began checking the 
wooded area by foot. Given Tyler had just 
fled a violent crime and has weapons 
related charges extreme caution was used 
and units searched with our weapons drawn 
and kept in the soul position. Myself and 
Everhart located Tyler laying in a shed with 
the doors open. Tyler did not responded to 
any command and when we approached I 
could see both his hands and saw he did 
not have a weapon. I holstered my weapon 
and drew my OC spray. Tyler was ordered 
up and began to slowly get up but would not 
stand. Caughey arrived at our location and 
also began giving verbal commands. 

Tyler suddenly angrily got up and started 
screaming at officer saying "fuck you" 
"shoot me bitch" I advised Tyler he was 
going to be sprayed. Tyler said "Fucking 
spray me bitch" began to step closer at this 
point all officer began screaming for him to 
stop and he turned around. Tyler was being 
handcuffed as Marchionda walked up to the 
scene. Tyler began screaming and 
constantly swearing at officers. All four 
officer told him to stop and he only 
responded with "fuck you I pay your salary" 
"I pay your fucking bills" "Your my public 
servant bitch" Tyler was escorted to the 
back of my car. Tyler still very angry 
demanding asking for badge numbers he 
took a extreme dislike to Ofc. Everhart and 
asked where Ofc. Everhart lived. When 
asked why he was asking for his address 
he said because we were violating his 
constitutional rights and said he was being 
"constitutionally kidnapped". 

While speaking with Tyler Ptl. Marchionda 
and Ptl. Caughey were speaking with the 
complainants and got signed DV charges. I 
then advised Tyler he was no longer being 
detained and he was now under arrest and I 
attempted to read him his right. Tyler began 
arguing and screaming so I shut my car 
door. Tyler began banging his head against 
the window attempting to break it. I ordered 
Tyler to stop and said if he damaged our 
cruiser he would be charged and he 
continued to be non compliment. 

I determined that he should be taken 
directly to County and I left for MCJ while 
Ptl. Marchionda stayed and got statements 
and began paperwork to fax to the jail. On 
the way to jail Tyler relentlessly swore at 
me, threatened me and the other officer 
involved, said all cops are stupid which is 
why we only have 6 months of training, 
demanded to speak with a trooper and said 
we were not above the law we were under 
it. Tyler called officers 'bitches" 
"cocksuckers" and "fuckers". As we arrived 
at jail Tyler did become complaint and 
apologized. Tyler was booked into jail 
without further incident and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507
05/12/19



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Tuesday, May 14, 2019
11:18 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005023

Traffic
276 112 W. Vermont Ave.


CITATIONS: Ryan Clay / AGE 40
2809 Willow Glen Tr. Mogadore, OH 44260

OVI (SFST) / ORC 4511.19A1a / $500.00

OVI (>. 17) / ORC 4511.19A1h / $500.00

Obstruction of Official Business / ORC 
2921.31 / $1,000.00

Reasonable Control / ORC 4511.202



On 05/04/2019 I Ptl. Scott responded to 276 
1/2 W. Vermont Ave in the alley for a 
vehicle that was in a ditch.

Upon arrival I noticed a male walking south 
on N. 17th St. from the area identified as 
Ryan Clay and I stopped and asked Ryan if 
he knew anything about a vehicle going into 
a ditch in which Ryan stated that he did not 
and was just walking. I then drive up further 
and noticed the vehicle in the ditch and I 
then stopped Ryan again and asked him 
once more in which Ryan stated that he 
was driving the vehicle into the alley 
because he thought a police officer was 
behind him and then accidentally went into 
the ditch. Ryan stated that when he knew 
he was unable to get the vehicle out of the 
ditch he decided to exit and walk away from 
the area.

The vehicle was a black 2016 Nissan pick 
up truck bearing Ohio registration 
EMS5436. I walked Ryan over to the 
vehicle where Ptl. Peterman was and I 
noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from Ryan's person. I 
asked Ryan if he had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving the 
vehicle in which Ryan stated that he did and 
only had a few. I made sure that no front 
light bar was activated so that it would not 
interfere with field sobriety testing. I asked 
Ryan if he would consent to field sobriety in 
which Ryan consented to.

I had Ryan stand straight up with his hands 
to his sides and feet together on a flat 
surface and asked Ryan if he had any 
medical or physical conditions that would 
inhibit him from taking the tests in which 
Ryan stated that he did not. I then checked 
Ryan's eyes for a resting nystagmus, equal 
tracking, and equal pupil size. Ryan did not 
have a resting nystagmus, both of Ryan's 
eyes tracked equally and both of Ryan's 
pupils were of equal size.

Ryan remained in the position he was 
currently in and I began the first test which 
was the horizontal gaze nystagmus. I gave 
Ryan instructions and once finished I asked 
Ryan if he understood in which Ryan stated 
that he did understand. Once the test began 
I observed the following clues: lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, and onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes.

I then instructed Ryan to stand straight up 
with his hands to his sides and left foot in 
front of him to imagine a line and then put 
his right foot in front of his left foot and to 
stay in that position until instructed 
otherwise. I then explained the instructions 
to Ryan and once finished I asked Ryan if 
he understood in which Ryan stated that he 
did understand. One the test began I 
observed the following clues: stopped while 
walking, did not touch heel to toe, stepped 
off line, used arms to balance, improper 
turn, wrong number of steps.

I then instructed Ryan to stand straight up 
with his hands to his side and his feet 
together while I explained the next test 
which was the one leg stand. Once I 
finished explaining the instructions I asked 
Ryan if he understood in which Ryan stated 
that he did understand. Once the test began 
I observed the following clues: swayed 
while balancing, used arms to balance, put 
foot down 3 times resulting in the test being 
ended.

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Ryan under arrest for 
suspicion of OVI. I placed Ryan into hand 
restraints and read Ryan his rights before 
placing Ryan in the rear of marked unit 
#304. I called for a tow truck for the vehicle 
from Springer's Towing which came shortly 
and removed the vehicle from the ditch. The 
vehicle was inventoried and then towed to 
10 N. 12th St.

Ryan was transported to the station where I 
instructed Ryan to remove anything from 
his mouth in which Ryan removed gum from 
his mouth and a 20 minute observation 
period was preformed. Ryan was read a 
BMV 2255 form with Ptl. Peterman 
witnessing. Ryan signed the BMV 2255 
form and consented to a breath test and a 
urine sample. I operated the intox 8000 and 
obtained a breath sample from Ryan. Ryan 
blew a BrAC 0.177 gl210L. Ptl. Peterman 
then obtained a urine sample from Ryan.

Ryan was issued a citation for OVI (SFST) 
4511.19A1a, OVI (>.17) 4511.19A1h, and 
operation without reasonable control 
4511.202. Ryan was also charged with 
obstruction of official business 2921.31. 
Ryan was finger printed and photographed 
and given a recognizance bond of $2,000 
for both OVI offenses and the obstruction 
charge in which Ryan signed. Ryan was 
advised of his mandatory court appearance 
for MCC#3 on 05/09/2019 at 9:00am and 
was also advised that he was now under 
administrative license suspension and 
Ryan's driver's license was confiscated. 

Ryan was given a copy of his citation, 
recognizance bond, BMV 2255 form, and 
his breath results and was given a transport 
to 145 E. Vermont Ave. and released to 
Lorri Morris and Lorri was advised of the 
situation regarding the vehicle since she is 
the registered owner.

A traffic crash report was done on this 
incident but Ryan did not have proof of 
insurance and stated that he will return to 
the station at some point in time and give it 
to an officer.


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05/05/2019





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004170 

Criminal
135 East Ohio, Sebring, OH


ARRESTED: Lindsay Twaddle AGE 26
783 South 14th Street, Sebring, OH 44672

Theft (F-5) / 2913.02(a)(1) / $2,500.00

Forgery (F-5) / 2913.31(a)(1) / $2,500.00

Theft (F-5) / 2913.02(a)(1) / $2,500.00

Theft (F-5) / 2913.02(a)(1) / $2,500.00



On 04/26/19 Lisa Boulton to file A report for 
her 87 year old mother Betty Ann Boulton 
who lives at Copeland Oaks and is not 
mentally able to file the report herself. Lisa 
advised they were reviewing her mother 
bank account and check book and noticed a 
missing check and an unauthorized charge 
paid to Columbia Gas for the amount of 
$160.00. Lisa contacted the bank United 
Methodist Financial Credit union in North 
Canton Ohio and found check #8449 had 
been cashed for the amount of $860.00 pay 
to the order of -------. This case similar to 
three additional cases I'm working involving 
checks stolen from Copeland oaks pay to 
the order of -------. I Will be speaking with 
United Methodist credit union and Copeland 
oaks and this case will be pending.


Ptl. Brindack 507
04/26/19

..............



On 4/29/19 I spoke to Columbia Gas after 
finding that a check had been written to a 
Lindsay Twaddle who lives at 783 South 
14th street in Sebring. Knowing that a 
person had used the bank account of Betty 
Boulton to pay a gas bill. They verified that 
a bill at 783 South 14th street had been 
paid of $160 on or about 4/24/19 from a 
bank account. I then went to Gromolls Drug 
store and spoke to the owner. He informed 
me that Lindsay Twaddle did work for him 
and delivered drugs to people at Copeland 
Oaks. With this information I went to 783 
South 14th Street and spoke to Lindsay. I 
informed her of her rights and then asked 
her about the case. She told me that she 
had used the bank account to pay her gas 
bill and had taken the checks to pay ------- a 
debt she owed for drugs.

I then told her that I would like to speak to 
her at the station and she agreed to come 
in a half hour as she had to pick up her 
child at day care. I had Officer Everhart 
keep an eye on the house.

At about 1100hrs Lindsey arrived at the 
station she was read her rights and waived 
them. She then said that she took the 
checks from the people at Copeland Oaks 
when she was up visiting her grandparents 
and during the time she was delivering 
drugs to them. She said that she had a pill 
problem and was getting percocets from ----
---. She owed him a lot of money and so to 
pay him back she stole the checks. I ask 
why they were made out to him and she 
said that she would give him the checks in 
Sebring and ------- would deposit them in his 
bank in Alliance. I ask why she started 
making them out to herself and she said 
that  ------- said some of the checks came 
back on closed accounts. So she started 
cashing the checks and giving the money to 
-------. I ask if ------- knew the checks were 
stolen and she said yes. I ask Lindsey 
about the check made out to -------. Lindsey 
told me that ------- knew nothing about the 
checks, she was just going to help her by 
cashing it for her. Lindsey told me she still 
owes ------- money . Lindsey admitted to 
Forgery of all the checks. 

With this information I told Lindsey that she 
had helped us and that I would tell the 
Prosecutor she has worked with us in this 
matter. I spoke to the Prosecutor and she 
approved 6 counts of theft from the elderly 
and 8 counts of forgery from the elderly. 
The state complaints will be done and sent 
to the court.



Chief Harris
#502
5/1/19


On this date ------- came to the station and 
gave a statement to his involvement with 
this case. ------- was read his right and 
waived them and gave a recorded 
statement. said that he was approached by 
Mrs. Twaddle to cash a check for her as 
she did not have a checking account. ------- 
said that he met her in Alliance at his bank 
which is Chase. He deposited the checks 
into his account and when they had cleared 
he would give her the money. He said that 
there were three checks one for $1,100, 
$860, and $800. ------- then said that once a 
check did not clear and it was returned on a 
closed account he told her he would not do 
it again. As the check was given to ------- in 
Alliance this case will be sent to Alliance PD 
for possible charges of receiving stolen 
property.

Chief Harris
#502



On this date Lindsay Twaddle turned herself 
in to the court. She was brought back to the 
station and processed and returned to the 
court.

Chief Harris
5/9/19



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005016 

traffic 
15th St and Oregon Ave

CITED: Devan Campbell AGE 25

seatbelt (passenger) / 337.27


CITED: Jessica Fotheringham AGE 22
135 E Florida Ave Sebring OH 44672

seatbelt / 337.27



On 05/03/19 I was travelling North on 15th 
St approaching Oregon Ave. when I 
observed the Silver Chevy Cobalt travelling 
the same direction in front of me bearing 
OH HLF5876 turn left off of S 15th St onto 
Oregon Ave without using her turn signal 
100 feet prior to the turn. I initiated a traffic 
stop on the vehicle which pulled over into 
the public lot at the corner of Oregon and 
15th St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Jessica Fotheringham and the passenger 
identified as Devan Campbell. I noticed 
both driver and passenger were not wearing 
seatbelts and I asked if they had them on 
while driving. Both admitted they did not 
have them on. 

After running Devan and Jessica through 
dispatch I was advised they both had 3 prior 
tickets in the past 12 months.

Jessica and Devon were both issued 
citations for safety belt required 337.27 and 
Given a court date of 05/16/19 at 0900hrs 
with a personal appearance not required as 
it was not a moving violation. Jessica was 
given a verbal warning for turn signal and 
for obstructed view as she has a cracked 
windshield, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
05/03/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19005028

TRAFFIC COLLISION
605 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 

CITED: Timothy Corrick AGE 52
8026 Garnet Ave NE, Canton, Ohio 44721

Obedience to Traffic Control Device / SCO 
313.01


On Monday, May 06,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was dispatched to a traffic 
collision without injuries on N 12th St at E 
Ohio Ave involving a semi and pick-up 
truck. Following my arrival, I had all parties 
involved proceed to the parking lot of 605 E 
Ohio Ave to alleviate traffic congestion and 
where I could gather all pertinent 
information. I made contact with the driver 
of the semi-truck, identified as Alan 
Anderson, the driver of the pick-up truck, 
identified as Timothy Corrick and a 
bystander who witnessed the collision, 
identified as Crystal Woods. Anderson and 
Corrick provided the appropriate 
identification and insurance documentation 
upon request.

Woods provided a voluntary written account 
of the collision stating she was stopped at 
the red light on N 12th St at E Ohio Ave in 
the north bound lane. Woods stated east 
and west bound traffic had the green light 
and she observed the semi-truck attempt to 
proceed through the intersection. Woods 
stated she observed the pick-up truck enter 
the intersection and wasn't sure if there was 
a collision at first until she saw the driver of 
the semi-truck get out and look at the front 
bumper. Anderson stated he attempted to 
proceed east through the intersection on 
the green light and was sideswiped by the 
trailer pulled by the pick-up truck.

Corrick stated he proceeded through the 
intersection and that the traffic light for him 
was green when the trailer he was pulling 
was struck by the semi-truck. Based on 
corroborating statements from Anderson, 
Woods and evidence observed, it was 
determined Corrick was at fault for the 
collision. 

Corrick was issued traffic citation #031574 
for SCO 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Devices and informed of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, May 16,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
5.6.2019




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Saturday, May 04, 2019
11:18 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-004195 
DATE: 04130/2019 17:26:00

Oak Ridge Motel
20040 Harrisburg Westville Road, #25


ARREST: ANDREW JAMES NUTT, 525 W 
PARK AVE, COLUMBIANA, OH, 44408-
1245
2925.12 Possessing Drug Abuse 
Instruments


On 04/30/2019, While serving a warrant for 
another agency it was found that the 
suspect had paraphernalia on him. While 
Ptl. Brindack and I were executing warrant 
2019CRB00280 for Alliance Police 
Department (reference case number 
19004196) it was found that there was a 
glass pipe with a white powdery substance 
laying on the floor where he was arrested. 
Andrew was found in the motel room hiding 
under a blanket beside the bed. 

Officers asked the female whom the room 
was rented to and the female advised that 
she was okay with a consent search. 

When officers searched the area where 
Andrew was found a glass pipe with a white 
substance inside. When Andrew was 
transported back to the station Andrew was 
read his rights, and Andrew advised that he 
understood his rights as he was read and 
signed off on the waiver of rights. Andrew 
advised that he is currently under the 
influence of Methamphetamines at the 
moment and that he uses the glass pipe 
that was sitting on the table. Andrew 
advised that the pipe was his and was not 
the other two occupants whom were in the 
room when he was arrested. Andrew 
advised that the white powdery substance 
that was in the pipe was meth. 

Andrew was charged for Possessing Drug 
Abuse Instruments and was given an OR 
bond in the amount of $1,250 and was 
given a court date of 05/02/2019 at 0900. 
Andrew was processed, fingerprinted, and 
photographed. Andrew was then taken to 
Ralphs Deli where he was turned over to 
Alliance Police Department to answer for 
his warrant where he will subsequently be 
transferred to Tuscarawas County Sheriffs 
Department.

K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/30/2019 18:34

......................


On 04/30/19 while attempting to serve a 
warrant for Alliance Police Department in 
refrence to case #19004196 myself and Ptl. 
Redfern were invited into Motel room 
number 25 and when we entered we found 
Andrew Nutt the individual with the warrant 
hiding underneath a bed. Units gained 
permission from the female who invited us 
in to search the room and during said 
search I discovered a glass pipe with white 
powder substance on it laying where 
andrew had been hiding. Andrew was 
transported back to our station where he 
advised he uses the pipe for Meth and said 
he was currently under the influence as he 
had just used about 2 hours prior. Andrew 
was processed by Det. Redfern and myself 
for drug paraphernalia given an OR and 
taken to Ralphs deli by me where I met 
Alliance Police Ptl. Laurner who take 
Andrew into custody, I then cleared. 

Ptl. Brindack 507
04/30/19  22:01




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004042
Criminal
Circle K


ARRESTED: Herbert Suter Jr. (AGE 18)
18082 4th St. Beloit, OH 44609

Warrant (Cont. to the 
unruliness/delinquency of a child) / ORC 
2919.24 / BOND $1,250.00

Warrant ( Trafficking in marijuana) / ORC 
2925.03C3h / BOND $750.00



On 04/09/2019 I was met on station by two 
females.

K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 04/09/2019, I was met on station by two 
females. I was met on station by Cyntha 
Masters and her juvenile child. Cynthia 
advised that her child was out of control and 
that she knows that the Police Department 
was considering filing charges on her. 
Cynthia advised that she found her 
daughter at Circle K with Herbert Sutter and 
she was under the influence with him. 
Cynthia advised that she wanted to bring 
her daughter to the police station. Cynthia 
advised that when her daughter got out of 
the car she put a baggie in the storm drain 
here at the department prior to coming in. 

I brought the parent and the juvenile in to 
the department and interviewed the juvenile 
(see case 19004043). During the interview I 
asked the juvenile about the baggie and 
she advised that it was a small baggie of 
weed. I had the Street Supervisor come and 
lift the grate off of the storm drain in the 
parking lot and climbed down and retrieved 
the baggie. The substance in the baggie 
appears to be marijuana. I then brought it in 
and the juvenile then wrote a statement as 
to why she threw it in the drain and also 
advised that she was walking around 
Sebring smoking the weed with Herbert and 
he gave her some of it. I obtained a written 
statement and this case will be closed.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/10/2019 17:04


..............

On 04/09/2019, Herbert Suter came to 
station and wanted to talk about the 
incident. Herbert was read his rights and 
advised that he understood and signed the 
waiver of rights. Herbert Suter advised that 
he was with juvenile but he had no idea 
about the weed. Herbert advised that he 
doesn't smoke weed and he never provided 
it to her, or seen her with. Herbert was then 
released and refused to write a statement.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/15/2019 16:52


.............

On 04/12/2019, This case was presented to 
Prosecutor Tolson whom approved M3 
Trafficking in marijuana, and advised to call 
Prosecutor Moderelli In reference to the the 
juvenile having possession of the 
marijuana.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/15/2019 16.59


.............

On 04/15/2019, I called Herbert Suter and 
advised him that charges have been 
approved in this case. Herbert and his 
mother arrived on station moments later. I 
went out in the lobby and spoke wither 
Herbert and his mother. I advised Herbert 
that charges have been granted and I was 
giving him an opportunity to give me a 
truthful interview versus the one that he 
previously gave me that was inaccurate. 
Herbert advised that he did lie during the 
last interview and advised that he didn't 
want to be truthful because he was smoking 
weed with the juvenile and he didn't want to 
admit that he was
doing drugs. 

Herbert was given the opportunity to give a 
truthful interview but decided to be 
condescending and patronizing. I advised 
Herbert that I was giving him an opportunity 
to make right when he did wrong and he did 
not appreciate it, and I would not be 
conducting an interview at this time. Herbert 
and his mother then left the station.



K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/15/2019 16:59

.............

On 04/15/2019, I made contact with 
Prosecutor Tolson in reference to this case 
whom approved the additional charges of 
Falsification M1 and Contributing to 
unruliness or delinquency of a child M1.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/15/2019 17:04


.............

On 04/15/2019, I spoke with Prosecutor 
Modarelli in reference to this case and she 
advised that this is something that she 
would be interested in looking at.

Herbert's warrants will be issued on 
04/16/2019.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/15/2019 17:52

.............

On 04/18/2019, I was advised by Chief 
Harris that he was not interested in filing the 
falsification charges against Herbert. I was 
also advised that he wanted to handle the 
MM Possession charge in house. Warrants 
will be obtained and this case will be 
closed.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/23/2019 15:25

.............

On 04/28/2019, Cynthia Masters came on 
station and signed a Juvenile Release to 
parent. This case will be forwarded to the 
Juvenile Officer for review.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/28/2019 18:58

.............

On 4/30/2019 I Ptl. Scott while coming in for 
my shift stopped at Circle K minutes before 
my shift and observed Herbert Suter Jr. 
near the polar pop machine getting a polar 
pop and then walked outside to the west 
side of the building. I had prior knowledge 
of Herbert having a warrant and I called the 
police department to confirm the warrant 
and once it was confirmed I confronted 
Herbert and placed him into custody for the 
warrant.

Since there was no available unit to 
transport Herbert back to the station I 
walked Herbert to the station where he was 
processed and given a recognizance bond 
of $2,000 for his warrants for contributing to 
the delinquency of a child and trafficking in 
marijuana. Herbert was advised of his court 
date on 5/1/2019 at 9:00am and was 
released on his own recognizance. 



Ptl. Scott #506
5/1/2019 01:53



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004186
  
TRAFFIC 
715 S Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED: Frank Hughes (AGE 27)
465 State Route 14, Deerfield, Ohio 44411

Speed - Over Limits (54/35)  SCO 333.03



On Monday, April 29,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on S 
Johnson Rd in marked unit #301 from W 
Texas Ave. As I neared 715 S Johnson Rd, 
I observed a vehicle traveling north near the 
1200 block at what appeared to be a rate of 
speed higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. 
Upon activating the forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed and locked in a digital 
readout of 54 MPH. As the vehicle passed 
me near Heacock Extension, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
a silver Mitsubishi bearing New Jersey 
registration X89KDR pulled into 715 S 
Johnson Rd and came to a complete stop.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Frank Hughes, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Hughes provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request except for a 
valid proof of insurance. Hughes was 
issued traffic citation #031573 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (54/35) and 
informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, May 9,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004104

Summons
176 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

ARRESTED: Branty Smith (AGE 18)
176 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia /  SCO 
513.121


On 04/17/2019, I was dispatched to the 100 
block of East Oregon Avenue in reference 
to a female calling in stating there were 
juveniles doing drugs at her house and she 
wants them out.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 04/17/2019, 1 was dispatched to the 
100 block of East Oregon Avenue in 
reference to a female calling in stating there 
were juveniles doing drugs at her house 
and she wants them out. Ptl. Brindack and I 
arrived on location and spoke with Kelly 
Sweet whom advised that the kids were in 
her house smoking dope and they were 
now out around back. Officers could 
immediately smell the odor of marijuana 
and proceeded to the rear of the house. As 
officers rounded the back of the house 
officers encountered Branty Smith, Herbert 
Suter, and Spencer Hunt. Officers observed 
the individuals smoking what appeared to 
be cannabis but the individuals threw the 
items in the yard prior to officers being able 
to observe the items. 

Spencer Hunt demanded that we remove 
ourself from his property. I advised Mr. Hunt 
that we were investigating a complaint by 
one of the members of the household and 
that if he continued to obstruct the 
investigation he would be charges 
accordingly.

The males advised that they were leaving, 
and started to leave. As officers were 
leaving the scene Kelly advised that there 
were no doors in her upstairs and 
everything is left in the open if we wanted to 
take a look around. Kelly Sweet invited 
officers into the residence where there were 
strong odors of marijuana. Officers went 
upstairs where there were no doors that 
would indicate an expectation of privacy. 
There was marijuana paraphernalia laying 
on the table upstairs in which Kelly advised 
all of the boys were upstairs using. The 
contraband was collected and Officers then 
cleared.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/18/2019 06:34


...................



On 04/17/2019, I made contact with Sgt. 
Kelm in reference to possible charges, 
whom referred me to Chief Harris. This 
case will be forwarded to him for review of 
charges.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/18/2019 06:42



..................



On 4-30-19, I Ptl. Everhart attempted to 
serve a summons at 176 E. Oregon Ave to 
Branty Smith for a Drug Paraphernalia 
charge. Upon arrival to the house I was met 
outside by Mr Smith and I informed him of 
why I was there and I then served him the 
paperwork and told him his court date. I 
then cleared I the scene.


Ptl. Everhart #515
4-30-19 12:56




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004183 

Criminal
205 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio

Theft M-1 2913.02 / Bond $1,250.00



On 04/28/2019, I was dispatched to Circle K 
in reference to a male plugging in his phone 
to charge and he won't leave.


K9 Det. Redfern 504


On 04/28/2019, I was dispatched to Circle K 
in reference to a male plugging in his phone 
to charge and he won't leave. I arrived on 
location and found the male from my prior 
call 19004182 whom was advised not to 
come back, walking around outside in the 
parking lot. 

I proceeded into the store and spoke with 
the clerk whom advised that the male that 
was walking around outside made his way 
behind the ATM and he was charging his 
phone. The staff advised that he keeps 
coming to the store and will not leave when 
asked to. The clerks advised that he came 
in put his phone on the charger and has 
been walking around the parking lot asking 
only females to give him a ride to Kent. 

I looked behind the ATM where there was a 
cell phone charging. I asked the clerks if 
they were seeking charges in this matter 
and they called their boss whom advised 
that they were. The male whom I knew as 
Clayton from my prior call, came back into 
the store. Clayton was standing in front of 
me asking me to move to the side so that 
he could retrieve his cell phone. I asked 
Clayton if it was his cell phone and he 
advised it was and he was charging it. I 
then advised Clayton that he was under 
arrest for theft of services. Clayton was then 
taken into custody. 

While I was waiting for Act. Sgt. Kelm to 
arrive on scene, Clayton advised that he 
was surprised that I let him go last time with 
all of his outstanding warrants. I advised 
Clayton that he did not have any warrants 
and he advised that they were Bench 
Warrants out of our court. Act. Sgt. Kelm 
arrived and transported Clayton to the 
department. Once back at the department it 
was found that Clayton did indeed have 
warrants through MCC#3 which ordered 
him to be held without bond. 

I made contact with the Mahoning County 
Sheriffs Dept. to see if they would transport 
their warrant or meet us due to lack of 
manpower and they advised that they were 
given an order from their higher ups to not 
transport any of their warrants from an 
agency with in Mahoning County. With this 
information I asked Act. Sgt. Kelm if we 
should just OR Clayton and advise him of 
his warrant or if we should transport him to 
the Jail. 

Act. Sgt. Kelm advised to error on the side 
of caution and to have him transported to 
the Jail. I then completed all of the 
necessary paperwork. Clayton was then 
processed and transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail. Clayton was charged with Theft 
of Services and given a Court date of 
05/02/2019 at 0900 at MCC#3.


K9 Det. Redfern 504
04/28/2019 23:21



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 19004176 

TRAFFIC
S Johnson Rd @, W Tennessee Ave, 
Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Tomor John (AGE 45)
12630 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601

Display of Plates - No License Plate(s)   
SCO 335.09



On Saturday, April 27,2019, I , Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on N 
Johnson Rd from W Oregon Ave in marked 
unit #301. I observed a red Buick 4-door 
sedan in front of me that did not have a rear 
license plate. After contacting Patrolman 
Brindack via radio to respond to my 
location, I followed the red Buick across the 
railroad crossing and activated my 
overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle came to a complete 
stop on S Johnson Rd near W Tennessee 
Ave.

Patrolman Brinack and I made contact with 
the occupants of the vehicle and identified 
the driver as John Tomor. I identified myself 
and informed Tomor of the reason for the 
stop. Tomor informed me he just got the car 
within the last week and that the temporary 
registration tag must have fallen off. Tomor 
provided his Ohio driver's license upon 
request but was unable to provide 
registration documentation for the vehicle. I 
ran the vehicle identification number 
through dispatch and was advised nothing 
was coming back. I requested dispatch to 
send a tow truck to my location to recover 
the vehicle.

I informed Tomor because the vehicle 
lacked plates and he was unable to produce 
registration documentation that the vehicle 
would be subject to tow. Tomor and his 
passenger were instructed to exit the 
vehicle and placed in the back of marked 
units #301 and #304 for their safety instead 
of standing on the side of the road. 
Patrolman Brindack and I performed an 
administrative inventory of the vehicle to 
catalog all property and belongings left in 
the vehicle.

Springers Towing arrived on scene and 
removed the vehicle from the roadway.

Tomor was issued traffic citation #031572 
for SCO 335.09 Display of Plates -No 
License Plate(s) and informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, May 2,2019 
at 0900. Tomor and his passenger were 
picked up from the scene from a third party. 
A search of the VIN through OHLEG's 
search engine produced a temporary 
registration H2 10855 (Expires 06/02/2019).


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.27.2019





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004173

Criminal
256 W Indiana Ave Sebring


ARRESTED: Gene Frey Jr (AGE 52)
256 W Indiana Ave Sebring

Resisting Arrest M1 2921.3344 / Bond 
$1,250.00

Disorderly Conduct W/Persist M4  2917.11 
(A2) / Bond $500

Obstruct Official Business M2  2921.31A  /  
Bond $1,000.00



On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
the 200 Blk Of W. lndiana Ave ref to a male 
that was outside screaming and yelling. I 
was also advised that the male possibly 
resided at 256 W. lndiana Ave. I was then 
advised that the caller resided at 246 W. 
lndiana Ave. 

I made a check of the area and on the first 
pass I was unable to locate anybody 
causing any problems. On the 2nd pass I 
could hear a male yelling and screaming. At 
this point I observed a male walking from 
256 W. Indiana Ave, and he was known to 
me as Gene Frey. I turned around and upon 
arrival I was met by Mr. Frey who was 
standing in the driveway. Mr. Frey was very 
upset and was yelling and screaming and 
waving his hands in the air. 

I made contact with Mr. Frey, who was 
upset and holding his cell phone and telling 
me that his rights were being violated. I 
attempted to ascertain as to what the 
problem was and Mr. Frey continued to Yell 
and scream that this FUCKING SHIT, and 
his neighbors was harassing him. Mr. Frey 
then began pointing to his driveway and 
then requested that I walk to the back yard 
area. At this time, Mr. Frey had to be 
advised to desist his actions and Stop using 
the Grossly abusive language toward this 
officer and his neighbor's. As Mr. Frey 
continued to state FUCK THIS, and that he 
wanted me to identify myself. I advised Mr. 
Frey that I was Sgt McDaniel, and he 
continued to video tape me. 

Ptl Brost Of the Smith Twp Police Dept 
arrived and at this point Mr. Frey started 
asking him as to his name and department. 
Both officers continued to ascertain as to 
why and what the issue was, and also had 
to several more times advise Mr. Frey to 
desist his actions or he would be arrested 
for Disorderly Conduct. 

Finally a female occupant came out of the 
residence and got Mr. Frey inside. I then 
attempted to speak to Curtis Binkley who 
resides at 266 W. lndiana Ave and he 
advised me that this was a ongoing problem 
and that Mr. Frey was possibly upset over a 
property dispute. As I was speaking to Mr. 
Binkley, Mr. Frey came out and sat on his 
porch. Mr. Frey Continued to Communicate 
grossly abusive language, and again was 
advised by Officer Brost and I myself to 
desist his actions. I again attempted to 
speak to Mr. Binkley and his wife, and Mr. 
Frey walked over from his porch and stood 
in the driveway near myself and Mr. Binkley 
and began Stating very loudly that his 
Fucking rights was being violated and that 
his neighbor was violating his rights. 

Mr. Frey was escorted to his porch and 
continued to Obstruct me in performing my 
duties. At 1151 Am I advised Mr. Frey that 
he was under arrest and while attempting to 
handcuff him he began struggling with 
officers and was trying to get away from us. 
After advising him several times to stop 
resisting and put his hands behind his back, 
and also that if he didn't stop resisting the 
would be pepper sprayed.

As I removed my bottle of pepper spray, Mr. 
Frey advised that he would stop and he 
then was handcuffed and placed in the rear 
of Unit # 302 and transported to the station. 
Mr. Frey also requested while on station 
that a Squad be called so he could have his 
blood pressure checked, and he was 
checked by the Sebring Fire Dept. After 
everything was found to be ok he was 
transported to the Mahoning County Justice 
Center by Ptl. Brindack. 

While Mr. Frey was being Disorderly 
Conduct I observed several small children 
in the area, as well as several neighbors 
and families riding bicycles in the street.




REPORTING OFFICER: McDaniel, Steven 
BADGE NO.: 509 DATE: 04/27/2019 13:57




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004169

criminal
195 W Maryland Sebring OH 44672


ARRESTED: Ian Welty (AGE 42)
195 W Maryland Sebring OH 44672

DOC w persist  2917.11 / Bond $500



On 0412611 9 units were dispatch to 195 W 
Maryland for an unwanted person that lead 
to an arrest for DOC w persist.

Ptl. Brindack 507
04/26/19


On this date units were dispatched to a call 
at 195 W Maryland where the caller Ian 
Welty told dispatch if officer did not get 
there now he was going to beat his ass. 
Units quickly responded and upon arrival 
myself and Ptl. Reed could clearly hear 
screaming and arguing coming from inside 
the residence. 

Unit made contact with the caller Ian Welty 
and the individual he was arguing with his 
son 15yo. Units separated the parties. Ptl. 
Reed spoke with the son while I spoke with 
Ian. Ian advised me his son was not 
listening to him so he grabbed his by the 
collar and they began pushing each other. 
While talking to Ian I asked Ian for his ID at 
which point Ian became instantly enraged 
and began screaming and cursing at me 
asking why he need to give his ID and 
wanted to know what crime he was being 
suspected of and said we should already 
know him. 

I attempted to calm Ian and advised him 
that we were simply trying to determine if a 
domestic violence had occurred or if he was 
simply punishing his kid and that running 
his ID through dispatch would make our 
report easier. Ian only became more 
enraged saying we didn't need his 
information for a report and said it was 
"bullshit" and began to get closer to me. I 
attempted to calm Ian once again and gave 
him a request to stop. Ian continued 
screaming so I asked Ptl. Reed to step back 
inside and radioed dispatch and asked if the 
could check Ian for warrants. At this point 
Ian became aggressive and said you only 
want to check me for warrants that is 
bullshit and approached me in an 
aggressive and violent manner clinching his 
fist as if he was going to attack at this point.

 Ian was only about a foot away from me 
and been given multiple request to calm 
down, Ian was advised he was now under 
arrest and was placed in custody, 
handcuffed (gaped and locked) and 
transported to my cruiser. During the arrest 
Ian was screaming and cursing the entire 
time saying "your a dick" "your an asshole" 
"thats why your a piece of shit" and despite 
multiple commands refused to stop 
screaming. 

Domestic violence refusal was obtained 
from lans son who had no visible marks and 
all other members of the family including 
Ian and his son refused to do statements for 
us. Ian was brought back to our station and 
processed. Ian also signed a DV refusal 
and was given an OR bond with a court 
date at MCC#3 of 05/02/19 at 0900hrs. 
During processing Ian was extremely 
compliant and apologized multiple times for 
his behavior and said he didnt know why he 
became so mad when I asked him for his 
ID. I advised Ian I appreciated his apology 
and compliance and he was offered a 
courtesy transport which he refused.

Units then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507 
04/26/19 21:01


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At approximately 16:31 hours, on 
04/26/2019, I, along with Ptl. Brindack,was 
dispatched to 195 W. Maryland Avenue in 
reference to an unwanted person call. Upon 
arrival, both Ptl. Brindack and I could hear 
yelling coming from inside the residence so 
we began running towards the front door. 
We then observed a male subject, later 
identified as Ian T. Welty, come to the door 
from inside the residence.

Ian advised that he was having a dispute 
with his 15 year old son, who was also 
standing in the kitchen area near the door, 
and that was why he had called the Police 
Department.

Due to Ian and his son beginning to argue, I 
instructed (Juvenile) to step out onto the 
porch with me in order to separate him from 
his father as well as to get his side of 
events while Ptl. Brindack spoke to Ian 
inside the residence. (Juvenile) advised that 
he was in the living room when his father 
came in screaming at him over trash that he 
had left lying around the house. (Juvenile) 
further advised that his father then grabbed 
him and the two then began to wrestle, 
before he was able to push his father off of 
him. Upon my asking (Juvenile) if him and 
his father had ever been involved in a 
physical altercation before, he advised that 
they had not. I also asked (Juvenile) if he 
was injured at all, with him advising that he 
was not. I also did not see any physical 
signs that he had been. (Juvenile) also 
informed me that at the time of the incident 
no other household members were present 
to witness what had happened.

I then heard a loud male voice coming from 
inside the residence, and immediately 
entered and observed Ptl. Brindack placing 
Ian Welty in handcuffs. While being placed 
in handcuffs by Ptl. Brindack, Mr. Welty 
continued screaming, making statements 
that all of the new Sebring police officers 
were assholes. I then walked with Ptl. 
Brindack and Mr. Welty towards Ptl. 
Brindacks patrol car, with Mr. Welty being 
placed in the back seat. It should also be 
noted that Mr. Welty continued to yell while 
being walked to the patrol car, with at least 
one neighbor being able to hear and see 
this
who was sitting on his porch across the 
street.

Once Mr. Welty was secured in the back of 
Ptl. Brindacks patrol car, I went back to the 
residence and again made contact with 
(son), as well as his grandmother, Michele 
Conner, who also stated that she was Ian's 
mother. (son) again stated that he was not 
injured, did not wish to pursue charges, and 
did not wish to provide me with a voluntary 
witness statement. (son) then signed a 
domestic violence refusal to prosecute form 
after having read it and it being explained to 
him. Conner also declined to provide me 
with a voluntary witness statement. 

Ptl. Brindack and I then cleared, taking Ian 
Welty back to the Sebring Police Station 
where he was booked on one charge of 
disorderly conduct with persistence (M-4). 
Ian also signed a refusal to prosecute form 
once at the station. After being 
photographed, fingerprinted and processed 
Mr. Welty was released on a $500.00 own 
recognizance bond and given a court date 
at 09:00 hours on Thursday, May 02,2019, 
at Mahoning County Court #3.



Ptl. Reed #514

04/26/2019 21:23





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004166 

TRAFFIC 
W California Ave @ S 15th St, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Jacob Fullerton  (AGE 18)
535 W California Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Speed - Over Limits (39/25)   SCO 333.03
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)    SCO 
337.27



On Friday, April 26,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on W 
California Ave in the 200th block facing 
west. I observed a white vehicle 
approaching my location from the west at 
what appeared to be a rate of speed higher 
than the posted 25 MPH limit. 

Upon activating the forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed a digital read out and 
locked in a speed of 39 MPH. As the 
vehicle passed me, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and pulled onto W 
California Ave to initiate a traffic stop. The 
vehicle, a white Ford Focus bearing Ohio 
registration HKJ3809, came to a complete 
stop on W California Ave at S 15th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jake Fullerton, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Fullerton informed me he was 
running late for school and was on his way 
in. Fullerton did not have the appropriate 
documentation with him. While speaking to 
Fullerton, I observed he did not have his 
seatbelt on and asked him if he had it on 
before being stopped. Fullerton admitted to 
not wearing his seatbelt prior to being 
stopped.

Fullerton was issued traffic citation #031570 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits 
(39/25), SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to 
Wear (Driver) and given a verbal warning 
for not having his driver's license on his 
person (SCO 335.06). Fullerton was 
informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, May 9,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.26.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004167 

TRAFFIC
W California Ave @ S 15th St, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Garold Hall (AGE 70)
3615 Cypress Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 41109

Speed - Over Limits (38/25)   SCO 333.03



On Friday, April 26,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on W 
California Ave facing west. I observed a 
grey vehicle approaching my location from 
the west at what appeared to be a rate of 
speed higher than the posted 25 MPH limit. 
Upon activating my forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed and locked in a digital 
readout of 38 MPH. 

As the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and pulled onto 
W California Ave to initiate a traffic stop. 
The vehicle, a grey Honda hatchback 
bearing Ohio registration GNC1598, came 
to a complete stop on W California Ave at S 
15th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Garold Hall, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
Hall provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Hall was 
issued traffic citation #031571 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (38/25) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 9,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.26.2019




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PUBLISHED 12:12PM MAY 4, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *

Saturday, April 27, 2019
11:24 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004153

Traffic
21 st Johnson Rd near Rt. 62 W


CITED: Gerald Santee (AGE 64)
5374 Whinnery Rd. Hanoverton, OH 44423

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 4/24/2019 at 9:23am I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st Johnson Rd. facing West when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 50mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Black 2012 Dodge Ram bearing Ohio 
registration GJK5125. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. The driver was later 
identified as Gerald Santee.

I wrote Gerald a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Gerald a court date 
of 05/02/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once 
Gerald signed the citation, I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004154

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Courtney Rd

CITED:  Arthur Barnes (AGE 60)
454 Hartzell Rd. N. Benton, OH 44449

Speeding     333.03 ORD



On 04/24/2019 at 10:12am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of BPI 
Recycling on Johnson Rd. right after the 
intersection of Courtney Rd. facing North 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 51mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a Tan 2002 Nissan Frontier 
bearing Ohio registration HFW4456. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received valid insurance, a valid 
license and registration. The driver was 
later identified as Arthur Barnes.

I wrote Arthur a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Arthur a court date 
of 05/02/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Arthur 
signed the citation, I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004155

TRAFFIC
21st Johnson Rd. near Courtney Rd


CITED: Matthew Howell (AGE 40)
20580 Middletown Rd. North Benton, OH 
44449

Speeding  333.03 ORD



On 04/24/2019 at 12:28pm, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling north on Johnson Rd. right before 
the parking lot of Precious Cargo Daycare 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my moving radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 60mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I then turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI and 
Smith Township PD. The vehicle was a 
Silver 2005 Dodge Ram bearing Ohio 
registration GGY3364. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. The driver was later 
identified as Matthew Howell.

I wrote Matthew a traffic citation for 
speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave Matthew 
a court date of 05/02/19
at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no personal 
appearance required. Once Matthew signed 
the citation. I provided him with a copy and 
then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/24/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004143

TRAFFIC
W California Ave @ S 15th St, Sebring, 
Ohio

CITED: Mike Harold  (AGE 60)
2534 Kingswood St NE, North Canton, Ohio

Speed - Over Limits (36/25)



On Tuesday, April 23,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling north on S 15th 
St in marked unit #304. After turning west 
onto W California Ave, I observed a vehicle 
traveling east near the 200 block at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 25 MPH limit. Upon activating 
the forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed and locked in a speed of 36 MPH. 
As the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
an orange Hyundai Santa Fe bearing Ohio 
registration FIJ2110, came to a complete 
stop on W California Ave at S 15th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Mike Harold, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
Harold provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Harold was 
issued traffic citation #031569 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (36/25) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 2, 2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.23.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004139

Traffic
21 st Johnson. Rd near Courtney Rd.

CITED: Mark Peine (AGE 47)
593 Sloat Place. River Vale, NJ 07675

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 04/22/2019 at 12:28pm, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling north on Johnson Rd. right before 
the parking lot of Precious Cargo Daycare 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my moving radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 52mph in a 
35mph zone. The vehicle continued moving 
south on Johnson Rd. and I turned around 
and positioned my self behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop. 

The vehicle then stopped on Johnson Rd. 
and pulled over to the side of the road next 
to Smith Township Pd. The vehicle was a 
Silver 2007 Volvo XC70 bearing New 
Jersey registration G46KLU. I then exited 
my cruiser and approached the driver side 
and informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. The driver was later 
identified as Mark
Peine.

I wrote Mark a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Mark a court date 
of 04/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Mark 
signed the citation, I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004137

TRAFFIC
S 12th St (Outside Village Limits) Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Peggy Hunter (AGE 61)
6636 Oakhill Ave NE, Alliance Ohio 44601

Marked Lanes - Left of Center   SCO 
331.08



On Monday, April 22,20 19, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on N 12th 
St from E Ohio Ave in marked unit #301. I 
observed a silver truck turn south onto N 
12th St from the alley in between E Oregon 
and E Ohio Ave. The turn was wide in 
nature as the vehicle had completely 
entered the northbound lane of N 12th St . 
As I followed the truck, I observed the truck 
proceed left of center at least three times 
while it continued south on S 12th St. I also 
observed the cruiser's certified calibrated 
speedometer and began to pace the truck 
at 47 MPH in a posted 35 MPH.

I activated my overhead emergency lights 
near Alabama Ave to initiate a traffic stop.

The driver of the truck did not comply until I 
activated the emergency audible siren as 
we neared the village limits. The silver 
truck, a Ford bearing Ohio registration 
HDA6165, came to a complete stop on S 
12th St outside the village limits. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Peggy Hunter, I identified myself and 
informed her of the reasons for the stop.

Hunter stated she just left the Brick House 
and was heading home. I asked Hunter if 
she had consumed any alcoholic beverages 
while at the Brick House to which she 
stated she did not drink. I did not observe 
any signs of impairment while speaking to 
Hunter.

Hunter provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Hunter was 
issued traffic citation #031568 for SCO 
331.08 Marked Lanes - Left of Center and 
informed of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 2,2019 at 0900. Hunter was given two 
verbal warnings for wide turn (SCO 331.10) 
and speed (SCO 333.03). 

Hunter informed me she did not 
immediately yield to the overhead 
emergency lights because her rearview 
mirror was not adjusted correctly and 
because she had the volume on the radio 
turned up.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.22.2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004136

Traffic
N. 12th St. near Wisconsin Ave.

CITED: Joan Pontious (AGE 62)
222 Hawthorne Dr. North Benton, OH 
44449

Speeding    333.03 ORD



On 04/22/2019 at 10:39am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the intersection of Vermont 
Ave and N. 12th St. facing East when I 
observed a vehicle traveling south on 12th 
St. approach at a high rate of speed just 
before the intersection of Wisconsin Ave. I 
then turned on my handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 51mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
12th St. and I turned around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on 
12th St and pulled over to the side of the 
road right past the intersection of Michigan 
Ave. The vehicle was a Blue 2010 Ford 
Escape bearing Ohio registration EUE7922. 
I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Joan 
Pontious.

I wrote Joan a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Joan a court date 
of 04/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Joan 
signed the citation, I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004135

TRAFFIC
300 block of S 12th St, Sebring, Ohio

CITED: Taylor Calcei (AGE 26)
10541 12th St, North Benton, Ohio 44449

Speed - Over Limits (49/35)   SCO 333.03



On Monday, April 22,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south in the 300 
block of S 12th St in marked unit #301. I 
observed a vehicle near Alabama Ave 
travelling north at what appeared to be a 
rate of speed higher than the posted 35 
MPH limit. After activating the forward 
mounted radar antenna, I observed and 
locked in a digital read out of 49 MPH. As 
the vehicle passed my cruiser, I activated 
my overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
a black Ford Escape bearing Ohio 
registration GYF8422, came to a complete 
stop in the 300 block of S 12th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Taylor Calcei, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. Calcei provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Calcei was 
issued traffic citation #031567 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (49/35) and 
informed of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 2,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.22.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004134

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. at Courtney Rd.


CITED: Seth Sharp (AGE 34)
14515 Bandy Rd. Alliance, OH 44601

Speeding    333.03 ORD




On 04/22/2019 at 9:16am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of BPI 
Recycling on Johnson Rd. right after the 
intersection of Courtney Rd. facing North 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 55mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a Green 1999 Dodge Ram 
bearing Ohio registration GSE1188. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received valid insurance, a valid 
license and registration. The driver was 
later identified as Seth Sharp.

I wrote Seth a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Seth a court date 
of 04/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Seth 
signed the citation, I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.




Ptl. Everhart #515
4/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004133

TRAFFIC
19100 Block OH-173 (US HWY 62) Beloit, 
OH

CITED:  George King (AGE 49)
18052 S Range Rd, Beloit, Ohio 44609

Speed - Over Limits (47/35)   SCO 333.03



On Sunday, April 21,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement on S 12th St near E Georgia 
Ave in marked unit #301. I observed a 
Dodge Charger pass my location heading 
south at what appeared to be a rate of 
speed higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. 
Upon activating the forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed the speed of the 
vehicle increase steadily from 40 MPH to 47 
MPH. After locking the speed in at 47 MPH, 
I pulled out from my location and proceeded 
south on S 12th St to catch up with the 
vehicle. As I neared U.S. HWY 62, I 
observed the vehicle turn west. After turning 
west after the vehicle, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop.

The vehicle, a taupe Dodge Charger 
bearing Ohio registration DSJ5976, pulled 
off in the 19100 block of OH-173 (US HWY 
62) and came to a complete stop. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
George King, I identified myself and 
informed him of the reason for the stop. 
King provided all appropriate 
documentation upon request. 

King was issued traffic citation #031566 for 
SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (47/35) 
and informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 2,2019 at 0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.21.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 190041321 

criminal
205 E Ohio Ave


CITATION: Shawn Carver (AGE 34)
376 E Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672

MM Possession of Marijuana   513.03



On 04/20/19 I initiated a traffic stop that 
lead to a drug charge.


Ptl. Brindack 507
04/20/19



On 04/20/19 I was traveling East on W Ohio 
when I observed a White Dodge Avenger 
bearing OH HQB7857 turn left off of 16th St 
with out signaling. I initiated a traffic stop on 
the vehicle in the parking lot of Circle K 205 
E Ohio Ave and made contact with the 
driver Identified as Shawn Craver. I asked 
Shawn if he had anything in the vehicle and 
he admitted to me he had a small amount of 
Marijuana and handed me a unsmoked 
Marijuana joint. At this point I asked Shawn 
to step out of the vehicle and myself and 
Ptl. Marchionda who was now on scene 
searched the rest of the vehicle and found 
no other contraband was found. 

I issued Shawn a MM cite for 513.03 
Possession of Marijuana with a court date 
of 04/25/19 at MCC#3 and was given a 
verbal warning for no signal, I then cleared.

Marijuana joint was placed in evidence and 
an evidence tag was completed. During this 
encounter Shawn was completely compliant 
and did not attempt to hinder me in any 
way. He also did not appear to be under the 
influence of Marijuana.


Ptl. Brindack 507

04/20/19



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004128 

TRAFFIC 
N 15th St near E Pennsylvania Ave, 
Sebring, Ohio

CITED: Gregory Gilmore Jr (AGE 23)
2046 Overcerst St, Alliance, Ohio 44601

Speed - Over Limits (42/25)   SCO 333.03



On Saturday, April 20,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #301, facing 
west near 230 W California Ave. I observed 
a grey vehicle approaching my location 
from the west at what appeared to be a rate 
of speed higher than the posted 25 MPH 
limit. Upon activating the forward mounted 
radar antenna, I observed a digital read out 
of 35 MPH. The speed of the vehicle 
increased steadily and reached 42 MPH 
after which I locked in the speed. The 
vehicle maintained this speed even after it 
neared my location. As the vehicle passed 
my location, I observed the driver utilizing 
his smartphone. I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and pulled onto W 
California Ave to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a grey Mazda 3 bearing Ohio 
registration GZN2210, continued north onto 
15th St and finally came to a complete stop 
just north of E Pennsylvania Ave. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Gregory Gilmore Jr, I identified myself and 
informed him of the reason for the stop. I 
immediately recognized Gilmore from 
having stopped him for speeding in the past 
and had given him a verbal warning. I 
asked Gilmore if he was speeding because 
he wasn't paying attention or if he had been 
on his phone. Gilmore admitted to me he 
was not paying attention to his speed 
because he was messing with the GPS on 
his phone. Gilmore provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request.

Gilmore was issued traffic citation #03 1565 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (42/25) 
and given a verbal warning for SCO 331.34 
Full Time and Attention. Gilmore was 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
May 2,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.20.2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004123 

Traffic 
W. Ohio Ave. / N. 18th St.

CITED: Astin Edwards (AGE 33)
1115 Federal St. Alliance, OH 44601

Expired OLN    SCO 335.01



On 04/20/2019 at 2:27am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
west on W. Ohio Ave. when a vehicle 
turned east off of N. Johnson Rd. and drove 
into my lane. I performed a U-turn and 
initiated a traffic stop on W. Ohio Ave. and 
N. 18th St. The vehicle was 2015 Silver 
Chevrolet 4 door bearing Ohio registration. I 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side door and informed the driver of the 
reason for the traffic stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I only received a 
driver's license.

The driver was identified as Astin Edwards, 
Astin's driver's license had been expired 
since 02/21/2019. I returned to my cruiser 
and wrote Astin a traffic citation for Expired 
OLN SCO 335.01 and gave Astin a court 
date of 05/02/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 
with a personal appearance required. Astin 
signed the citation and was then given a 
copy.

I then followed Astin to the Circle K where 
he met with registered owner Kayla McCoy 
who was valid.

Kayla took possession of the vehicle and I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
04/20/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 19004116

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd near Courtney Rd.


CITED: Alison Sferra (AGE 33)
4039 Allenwood Dr. SE Warren, OH 44484

Speeding    333.03 ORD




On 04/19/2019 at 12:26pm, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling north on Johnson Rd. right before 
the parking lot of Precious Cargo Daycare 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my moving radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 51mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a Red 2014 Mitsubishi 
Outlander bearing Ohio registration 
HDR8661. I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the driver side and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
valid insurance, a valid license and 
registration.

The driver was later identified as Alison 
Sferra.

I wrote Alison a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Alison a court date 
of 04/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Alison 
signed the citation I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/19/20/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004115 

Traffic
21 st Johnson Rd. near Courtney Rd.


CITED: Robert Riley (AGE 64)
12963 Lexington Rd. Alliance, OH 44601

Speeding    333.03 ORD



On 04/19/2019 at 11:25am, I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the parking lot of BPI 
Recycling on Johnson Rd. right after the 
intersection of Courtney Rd. facing North 
when I observed a vehicle traveling south 
on the same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 48mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road in between BPI 
Recycling and Smith Township Pd. The 
vehicle was a White 2006 Jeep Station 
Wagon bearing Ohio registration GRD5382. 
I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Robert 
Riley.

I wrote Robert a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Robert a court date 
of 04/25/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once 
Robert signed the citation I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.




Ptl. Everhart #515
4/19/2019



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PUBLISHED 12:10PM APRIL 27, 2019
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Wednesday, April 24, 2019
10:47 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004082

TRAFFIC
700 block W Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 
44672


CITED: Kelli Campbell-Lewis (AGE 50)
21181 Alliance-Sebring Rd., Alliance, Oh

Operation of Vehicle at Stop Signs / SCO 
331.19



On Monday, April 15,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on N 
Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
maroon Chevrolet vehicle approach the 
intersection from the east and stop past the 
white stop line at the clearly posted stop 
sign. After observing the vehicle proceed 
west through the intersection, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and pulled out 
from my location to initiate a traffic stop.

The maroon Chevrolet Captiva, bearing 
Ohio registration HDA8726, came to a 
complete stop in the 700 block of W Ohio 
Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Kelli Campbell-Lewis, I 
identified myself and informed her of the 
reason for the stop. After which, she 
became agitated and annoyed when I 
explained the reason to her. Lewis provided 
her driver's license upon request and an 
expired insurance card. Lewis was issued 
traffic citation #031563 for SCO 331.19 
Operation of Vehicle at Stop Signs and 
informed of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, April 25,2019 at 0900.

Lewis became increasingly hostile 
regarding the reason for the stop and 
demanded that I take her all through the 
Village of Sebring and show her every 
intersection where there is a white stop line. 
She quickly demanded her citation and 
when I informed her of her mandatory 
appearance in court because she was 
unable to provide current valid proof of 
insurance, she demanded I call All State 
myself to verify she had insurance and 
quickly got on her phone.

Given Lewis' hostile behavior, I provided her 
copy of the citation without a signature and 
advised she was free to go. Lewis stated 
she was not going to court and drove off.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004091

Warrant Pick-up
195 E. Ohio Ave.


ARREST: Corbin Hall (AGE 65)
70 E. Oxford St. Apt. A Alliance Oh 44601

Warrant-Failure to Appear-DUS  / 4510.11


While on patrol I was traveling south on N. 
14th St. when I observed a male looking 
into the windows and around the building of 
Gionino's Pizza. I made contact with the 
male who advised he was looking for 
cigarette butts to take home and roll. I 
requested his drivers license and identified 
him as Corbin Hall, 70 E. Oxford Alliance. 

I had dispatch run Corbin's OLN and it was 
discovered he had warrants out of 
Columbiana County. I then had dispatch 
contact CCSO to see if they wanted to pick 
Corbin up and they advised they did want 
him. I then advised Corbin he was being 
placed under arrest for outstanding 
warrants. 

I then handcuffed (gaped and double 
locked) and transported Corbin to the 
Sunoco gas station on SR 62 at Westville 
Lake Rd. to meet with CCSO. Once CCSO 
took custody of Corbin I then cleared 
without further incident.



Det. Kelm #505
4/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004086

TRAFFIC
100 S 12th St, Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Isaac Van Epps  (AGE 33)
376 Sieber Ave, Akron, Ohio 443 12

Speed - Over Litnits (51/35)  /  SCO 333.03



On Tuesday, April 16,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on S 12th 
St near E Georgia Ave. I observed a silver 
van approaching my location from the south 
at what appeared to be a rate of speed 
higher than the posted 35 MPH limit. Upon 
activating the forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed a digital read out of 48 
MPH. The van continued to pick up speed 
and I locked in a speed of 51 MPH.

As the van approached my location, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and pulled onto S 12th St to initiate a traffic 
stop. The silver Honda van, bearing Ohio 
dealer registration 002D7NE, came to a 
complete stop in front of 100 S 12th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Isaac Andrew Van Epps, I 
identified myself and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. Van Epps provided the 
appropriate documentation upon request. 
Van Epps was issued traffic citation 
#031564 for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (51/35) and informed of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, April 25,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.16.2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004072

Criminal
386 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH

ARREST: William Nichols (AGE 25)
386 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Intimidation of a Witness M1 / SECTION 
NUMBER(S) 292 1.04 / BOND $1,250.00



On 04/13/2019, Officers were dispatched to 
the 300 block of East Ohio Avenue in 
reference to a civil issue.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 04/13/2019, Officers were dispatched to 
the 300 block of East Ohio Avenue in 
reference to a civil issue. Units arrived at 
386 East Ohio Avenue, for Faith Saddler 
calling the department advising that she 
arrived home and her boyfriends mother 
threw her items out in the yard. 

Units arrived on location and spoke with Jill 
Nichols whom advised that her son, William 
Nichols was arrested this morning for 
Domestic Violence against her. Jill advised 
that her Son and her girlfriend showed up at 
the residence to retrieve their items. Jill was 
questioning as to if her son was able to be 
at the house due to the Domestic Violence. 
I advised Jill that as of now there has been 
no temporary protection order set in place 
and there is no current violation with a 
protection order, just a bond violation. 

I asked Jill if Williams presence there at the 
residence was with the purpose to scare 
her in any way and she advised that she 
believes so and that she was scared and 
intimidated.

William advised that he was advised that he 
was able to come back to the residence and 
that he was just unable to enter the 
residence. William advised that he never 
entered the residence and he was not in 
violation. William was then placed into 
custody for M1 Intimidation of a witness. 
William was taken back to the department 
and processed. William was then 
subsequently transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail and given a date to appear at 
MCC#3 on 04/18/2019.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004101 

criminal 
135 E Ohio Ave


ARREST: Joshua Reed (AGE 20)
246 E Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672

Receiving Stolen Property / SECTION 
NUMBER(S) 2913.51


On 04/17/19 I was dispatched to 205 N 14th 
St for reports ob a stolen bicycle.

Ptl. Brindack 507
04/17/19



Upon arrival I was met by Cayden Whitlatch 
his mother Jamie Whitlatch and her friend 
Trevor Berlin. Cayden said that someone 
had taken his bike a maroon BMX from 
behind his mom business "escape" hair 
salon at 205 N 14th St. Cayden and Trevor 
said they saw the individual later identified 
as Joshua Reed leave the area with his 
bike and yelled at him to stop because it 
was his bike. 

This was witnessed by the Brickhouse 
Bartender Rachel. I went and spoke with 
Rachel who advised the same thing and 
said she heard Cayden tell Joshua to stop 
and Joshua just went kept going. A 
statement was given to Rachel and she is 
going to drop it off when it is done. 

I gave Statements to Jamie, Cayden, and 
Trevor. I was then advised by dispatch that 
Joshua Reed was on station. 

I came to the station and Joshua advised 
he found the bike and was attempting to 
return it and it was now in his basement. 
Joshua then changed his story and said he 
found the bike last night in a ditch by Zep's 
Pizza. I had Joshua remain on station and 
had his girlfriend retrieve the bike from the 
basement and I met her at 205 N 15th St 
where Jamie, Cayen, and Trevor were all 
able to positively say it was Cayden's bike 
and advised he did want charges for 
Joshua taking the bike. 

I finished obtaining statements from them 
and returned to our station where I placed 
Joshua Reed Under arrest (due to already 
being on station he was not handcuffed)for 
2913.51 receiving stolen property M1 as 
while he had possession of the bike and 
was scene on it no one saw him physically 
take it. Joshua was booked and processed 
and given a recognizance with a court date 
of 04/18/19 at MCC#3 at 0900 hrs. Joshua 
was read his rights and chose to waive 
them and gave a statement while under 
arrest.


Ptl. Brindack 507
04/17/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004089 

Criminal
525 W. Ohio St. Sebring, Ohio


ARREST: Stephen ErichSen (AGE 49)
717 grove Stree, North Canton, Ohio 44721

Criminal Damaging or Endangering  / 
SECTION NUMBER(S) 2909.06  /  BOND 
$1,000.00



On 4/16/2019 at 1840 I, Ptl. Peterman, was 
dispatched to 525 W. Ohio for a domestic 
dispute.


Ptl. Peterman 512
4/16/2019


On arrival, I was immediately approached 
by Stephen Erichsen, who states he left the 
house because his girlfriend was "going 
insane", and "throwing the stuff out of his 
truck". Leigh Brown came outside her front 
door yelling how he was being a "drunk 
A!!@#$%" screaming at her and trying to 
kick their side door in. Stephen states the 
altercation started in the house with them 
yelling at each other, when Leigh kicked 
Stephen out, and told him not to come 
back. There was an altercation in the house 
where Stephen grabbed Leigh by her 
sweater and began shaking her back and 
forth. When she managed to get Stephen 
outside, she closed the door, then Stephen 
began kicking the door with his foot, trying 
to gain access to the residence. Stephen 
states he went to his truck and called 911, 
stating there was never any physical 
altercation, but Leigh had actually followed 
him out to his truck and began going 
through his truck, throwing his lunch box 
and some papers. 

Leigh states she never threw the papers or 
lunch box, or papers but was simply looking 
for her children's bus passes.

I asked if either Leigh, or Stephen had 
injuries visible, to which both stated no. 
Upon investigation of the door I noticed the 
door frame was bent from what appeared to 
be a heavy object striking the door, and the 
paneling of the door was hanging halfway 
off the frame. 

The children stated 
all they saw was Stephen grabbing their 
mom by the jacket and shaking her, and 
Stephen kicking the door and yelling.

After my investigation, I determined 
Stephen would be placed under arrest for 
Criminal Damaging 2909.06. I read Stephen 
his Miranda rights, and asked if he had any 
statements he would like to make on his 
behalf. He stated to me he "wished he 
would have just ended it on the railroad 
tracks last night". 

I and 504 then radioed to Medic 1 for a 
possible suicidal male. Medic 1 came and 
confirmed what he had said to me, and was 
determined to be sent to Alliance 
Community Hospital. 

I obtained statements from Leigh and her 
children, then followed 
Medic 1 to Alliance Community Hospital. At 
the hospital, I spoke to Leigh, gave her 
options on what pressing charges would do, 
as compared to not pressing charges. I, in 
no way, swayed Leigh to make any decision 
on pressing charges, but merely explained 
what each decision meant. She then told 
me she would not want charges pressed, 
and I stated the assault charges I was going 
to add to Stephen will not be charged.

I then waited on Stephen at the hospital 
while he was checked, explained his 
options at this point, took fingerprints, and 
booking photos, then cleared.



Ptl. Peterman 512
4/16/2019



On 04/16/2019, I was requested to assist 
Ptl. Peterman with a Domestic. I arrived on 
location and found Ptl. Peterman in the front 
yard with a male. Ptl. Peterman advised 
that the female was in the residence and 
requested that I speak with her. I went into 
the residence and spoke with Leigh whom 
advised that she kicked out her boyfriend 
and he was outside kicking in the doors. 
Leigh advised that he got physical and 
grabbed her then he called 911. Leigh 
advised that he needed to leave her house 
and he lives at his parents and only stays at 
the house every now and then. 

I then went outside and spoke to Ptl. 
Peterman and relayed my findings. I then 
stood by while Ptl. Peterman conducted his 
investigation. I observed Ptl Peterman take 
the suspect in custody at 1901. While Ptl. 
Peterman was taking the suspect to the 
cruiser the male stated "I should end my 
life, like I was going to last night".

Medic 1 was called and Suspect was 
transported by EMS.


K9 Det. Redfern 504




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PUBLISHED 11:39AM APRIL 24, 2019
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Tuesday, April 16, 2019
12:41 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004068
CRIMINAL

Domestic Violence
127 E Florida Ave, Sebring, Ohio

ARREST #1: Derek Rinehart (AGE 26)
127 E Florida Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Domestic Violence F-4  ORC 2919.25


ARREST #2: David Rinehart (AGE 43)
127 E Florida Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Domestic Violence M- 1  ORC 2919.25 / 
BOND $2,500




On Friday, April 12, 2019, Patrolmen 
Marchionda, Peterman and Reed were 
dispatched to the 100 block of E Florida 
Ave reference a report of domestic violence 
that resulted in the arrest of two males.

While en route to the call, dispatch advised 
the domestic dispute was regarding a 
monetary dispute involving drugs. The 
caller alleged he had purchased drugs from 
his father and owed him money.

Upon arrival, Patrolmen Reed and 
Peterman had already established contact 
with the caller, Derek Rinehart, who was 
sitting outside the residence in an emotional 
state. Derek stated he and his father got 
into a fight and wanted to pursue domestic 
violence charges against him. While 
Patrolmen Reed and Peterman remained 
outside to speak with Derek, I proceeded 
into the residence to speak with Derek's 
father, David Rinehart. David came to the 
front door and let me in so I could speak 
with him. After entering the residence, I 
observed debris on the kitchen floor which 
appeared to come from a door.

I followed David into his bedroom from the 
kitchen and observed his bedroom door had 
been destroyed. I asked David what 
transpired prior to our arrival and he stated 
that after retrieving a mountain dew from 
the kitchen, Derek came into his room and 
began to argue with him. David stated the 
argument turned physical when Derek 
began to hit him in the face, causing a 
minor injury to his lower lip. David stated 
Derek also grabbed his chest and neck and 
proceeded to rip a necklace off his neck, 
which David showed me. David stated he 
pushed Derek away, shut his bedroom door 
and tried to hold the door shut while Derek 
continued to hit and bang on the door with 
his fists and a knife (which we were unable 
to locate as there were many laying around 
the kitchen). David stated the door was 
already somewhat damaged from a 
previous altercation and when Derek broke 
through the door, David injured his right 
hand and complained it was hurting. David 
stated he did not want to pursue charges 
against his son. I asked David if the fight 
was a result of an argument over money 
and drugs to which David said there was 
never any drugs or money involved. He 
believes his son makes up stories and says 
things that are not true.

After speaking with David, I proceeded back 
outside to exchange information with 
Patrolman Reed. Patrolman Reed provided 
Derek's side of the story in which David was 
the primary aggressor and that the two got 
into an argument which escalated to David 
striking Derek several times in the face and 
subsequently threw him through the 
bedroom door. Patrolman Reed then 
accompanied me into the residence to 
speak with David. Patrolman Reed also 
retrieved additional clothing items for Derek 
since we found him outside in only a white 
tank top and pair of underwear. Patrolman 
Reed and I exited the residence to speak 
with Derek. Derek stated he had video 
evidence on his phone that proved his 
father attacked him first. When asked to 
provide officers with the video, Derek 
initially refused, stating he couldn't show us 
because in the video, he claims he admits 
to possessing drugs. I informed Derek at 
this time, we were concerned with what 
happened and who the primary aggressor 
was.

Derek then opened his gallery and showed 
us a video that did not depict a fight 
between him and his father but instead of 
him recording Patrolmen Reed and 
Peterman while he was talking to them. 
Derek changed his story and stated it 
wasn't video he took of the fight but that he 
recorded audio of the fight. We looked on 
as Derek went through his phone and 
attempted to locate the audio file which did 
not exist. I informed Derek that given the 
destruction of property inside the residence, 
injuries sustained by both parties and 
conflicting stories, the primary aggressor 
could not be identified and that both he and 
his father would be placed under arrest for 
domestic violence. After instructing 
Patrolmen Reed and Peterman to place 
Derek in custody, I proceeded into the 
residence to speak with David.

I informed David because the primary 
aggressor could not be identified; that 
evidence a statements confirm there was a 
physical fight between the two, that he and 
his son would both be placed under arrest 
for domestic violence. Before I could place 
David in handcuffs, Patrolman Peterman 
entered the residence and informed me 
Derek wanted to change his mind and didn't 
want his father getting arrested too. Derek 
allegedly believed he would be able to bond 
out and that his father would not. I placed 
David under arrest, handcuffing him behind 
his back (cuffs gapped/double locked) and 
informed him of his Miranda Rights which 
he stated he understood. David stated he 
wished to waive his rights to provide a 
written statement. I advised David he could 
sign a waiver back at the station in a 
recorded room.

I transported David from 127 E Florida Ave 
to the SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT 
while Patrolman Reed transported Derek. 
Once on station, we kept David and Derek 
separate from one another to avoid further 
confrontation. David was re-read his 
Miranda Rights and provided a waiver, 
which he signed and provided a written 
statement. I asked Derek if he too were 
willing to waive his rights and provide a 
statement and he stated he did not. After 
reviewing David's CCH, it was discovered 
David had two prior domestic violence 
arrests either dismissed or reduced to a 
lesser charge. I informed David the 
domestic violence charge against him 
tonight would be an M-1 with a bond of 
$2,500.

After reviewing Derek's CCH, it was 
discovered Derek had a prior conviction for 
M-1 Domestic Violence which elevated the 
offense tonight to an F-4 with a bond to be 
set by a judge. David was allowed to make 
contact with his girlfriend and a bondsman 
from Sly Bail Bonds.

While getting the jail paperwork ready for 
Derek, I could overhear him in the 
lntoxilyzer room becoming extremely upset. 
Patrolman Reed and I were able to calm 
Derek down after explaining everything to 
him. David was photographed, Including hls 
injuries, fingerprinted and able to post bond 
following the arrival of the bondsman. David 
also signed and received a copy of the 
recognizance of the accused. David signed 
and was informed of the conditions of his 
bond (no contact with Derek), informed of 
his mandatory appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
April 18, 2019 at 0900 to answer to the 
charge of ORC 2919.25 Domestic Violence 
M-1 and released from the station.

Derek was photographed, including the 
bruising around his eyes and subsequently 
transported to the Mahoning County Justice 
Center in Youngstown by Patrolman 
Peterman. Derek is also set for a 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, April 18, 
2019 at 0900 to answer to the charge of 
ORC 2919.25 Domestic Violence F-4.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.13.2019



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NARRATIVE by Ptl. Reed


On 04/12/2019, at approximately 20:51 
hours, I was dispatched to 127 E. Florida 
Avenue, in reference to a domestic violence 
call. Sebring Police dispatch advised that a 
Derek Rinehart was actively fighting his 
father due to a monetary dispute involving 
drugs that he had bought from him. I 
immediately proceeded to this location, 
where upon arrival, I observed a subject 
that I know to be Derek Rinehart sitting on 
the front steps of the residence. Derek 
appeared visibly upset and began crying, 
stating to Ptl. Peterman and I that he had 
purchased several Percocet pills from his 
father, which resulted in the two fighting 
over money. Derek went on to say that he 
had come home from work at approximately 
15:00 hours, went to sleep, and was woke 
up by his dad screaming at him, before the 
issue became physical. Derek stated that 
his dad had struck him several times in the 
face as well as threw him through a door 
before he called 911. It should also be 
noted that a slight bruising was visible 
under Derek's right eye.

Patrolmen Marchionda then went inside to 
speak to Derek's father, David Rinehart. 
Several minutes later, Ptl. Marchionda 
came out of the residence and advised that 
Derek's father did not wish to pursue 
charges, and that he also had injuries 
including a bleeding lip and that a necklace 
that he was wearing had also been broken 
during the altercation. Ptl. Marchionda also 
said that Derek's father advised that he had 
gotten up to get a Mountain Dew, began 
arguing with Derek, and that Derek had 
attacked him before he was able to shove 
him off of him and that he then retreated to 
his bedroom.

David went on to say that Derek then began 
using a knife on his bedroom door.

I then accompanied Ptl. Marchionda back 
into the residence where David retold his 
story. After retrieving several clothing items 
for Derek, Ptl. Marchionda and I went back 
outside to speak to him. Upon advising 
Derek that it appeared that the fight was 
mutual and that he as well as his father 
could be arrested, he stated that he wanted 
to press charges because he could bond 
out and his father couldn't. Per Ptl. 
Marchionda it was decided to place both 
Derek as well as his father under arrest for 
domestic violence. I then placed Derek in 
handcuffs, which were spaced and double 
locked, with Ptl. Peterman reading him his 
Miranda rights, which Derek stated that he 
understood. Ptl. Marchionda also at this 
point went back into the residence to place 
David Rinehart under arrest. Derek then 
advised that he changed his mind and no 
longer wished to pursue charges.

Derek was then searched effect of arrest 
and placed in the back of car 301 before 
being transported to The SEBRING 
POLICE DEPARTMENT. Upon reviewing 
Derek's criminal history it was discovered 
that he had a prior M-1 domestic violence 
conviction from October 2014. Due to 
Derek's prior conviction, his arrest was 
elevated for a Felony 4, with a judge having 
to set bond. Derek was then processed and 
photographed before being transported to 
The Mahoning County Jail. Due to David 
Rinehart not having a prior M-1 domestic 
violence conviction he was able to post a 
$2500.00 bond at the Police
Station.


Ptl. Reed
Unit #514



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NARRATIVE by Ptl. Peterman 512

On 4/12/2019 at 2051 I, Ptl. Peterman 
along with Ptl. Marchionda, and Ptl. Reed 
arrived at 127 E. Flordia, and noticed a 
young male sitting on the door steps. The 
male we approached was observed being 
visibly distraught and frustrated. We asked 
if he was the one that called us, by which 
he stated yes. We identified him as Derek 
Rinehart, who states he had an argument 
with his father about Derek not paying his 
father for some percocets that he 
supposedly stole from Becky Steed, then 
became physical when his father punched 
him in the face and wanted chrages 
pressed against his father. We then advised 
him we needed to get states from both 
parties, to which he became disorderly 
towards us, and attempted to advise him 
that we couldn't arrest on simply one sided 
statements, to which he pulled out his 
cellphone and began recording us. He 
states his father broke the door in half by 
throwing him into it. Me and Ptl. Marchionda 
then questioned the father, David Rinehart, 
who states Derek became violent with him, 
After PTL. Marchionda obtained a 
statement from David, he then advised us 
to arrest Derek for Domestic Violence 
2919.25, and PTL. Marchionda arrested 
David for Domestic Violence 2919.25 as 
well. 

I arrived on station, and provided photos 
and fingerprinting for David. Derek was 
advised due to him having a previous 
Domestic Violence charge, he would be 
transported to county jail until a judge could 
set his bond amount. Derek then became 
very distraught and frustrated with us, but 
did not become violent. Once jail 
commitment paperwork was completed, I 
then began transport to Mahoning County 
Jail. I heard Derek state in the cruiser en 
route that "this is bulls!@#". On arrival to 
Mahoning County Jail, I brought Derek 
inside, and he became more disorderly, 
saying statements such as "F!@#$%" 
Pigs!", and "F!@# Sebring". After he was 
booked into county jail, I cleared back to 
station.



Ptl. Peterman 512
4/13/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CLASSIFICATION
Case No.: 19004070 
Criminal

Domestic Violence 
386 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH


ARREST: William Nichols (AGE 25)
386 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Domestic Violence M- 1 / ORC 29 19.25A /  
Bond $2,500.00


On 04/13/2019 I Ptl. Scott responded to 386 
E. Ohio Ave. for a domestic dispute.

Ptl. Scott #506
04/14/2019


Upon my arrival I entered the residence and 
spoke to the caller identified as Jill Nichols 
who stated that her and her son William 
Nichols got into an argument over laundry. 
Jill stated that William came upstairs and 
threw the door open from the basement in 
an aggressive manner in which Jill slapped 
William's hands. Williams girlfriend then 
began to argue with Jill which is when 
William grabbed Jill and put her against a 
wall and from a witness statement from 
William's brother Tyler Nichols, William 
stated to Jill that he was going to kill her. Jill 
stated that she did believe she was in 
danger while this was happening.

I then spoke to Tyler and he did not give me 
a full detailed story but just stated that his 
mother instigates him and does not treat 
him fair. I had to remove William from the 
room his mother was in due to William 
trying enter the room to continue arguing 
with her.

I filled out a domestic violence packet with 
Jill and she signed for the charge of ORC 
2919.25A and I obtained witness 
statements from Jill and Tyler and advised 
William that he was under arrest and placed 
him into hand restraints. While walking out 
of the residence while handcuffed William 
attempted to kick the front door open, Jill 
was on the other side of the door outside on 
the porch.

William was placed in the rear of unit #301 
and was read his rights. Jill refused medical 
treatment due to her not sustaining any 
injuries and was given a copy of the 
information sheet, case number, and victim 
of crimes information.

I then transported William to the station 
where William was given a chance to post a 
$2,500 bond for ORC 2919.25A Domestic 
Violence but was unable to. William was 
then processed and transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail by Ptl. Viilenuava. 
William is to appear 04/18/2019 at 
Mahoning County Court #3 at 9:00am.



Ptl. Scott #506
04/13/2019





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004060 
Traffic 

Speeding
Courtney Rd. near 21 st Johnson. Rd


CITED:  Melanie Culp (AGE 59)
10304 South Ave. Poland, OH 44514

Speeding      333.03 ORD



On 04/11/2019 at 1:34pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at a parking lot in between Uni-
frax and Allied Lane off of Courtney Rd. 
facing East when I observed a vehicle 
traveling west on the same road approach 
at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
stationary radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 48mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving west on 
Courtney Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Courtney Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road just before the 
intersection of 21st Johnson Rd. The 
vehicle was a Silver 2016 Lincoln MKX 
bearing Ohio registration GZN7634. I then 
exited my cruiser and approached the driver 
side and informed the driver of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received valid insurance, a valid 
license and registration. 

The driver was later identified as Melanie 
Culp.

I wrote Melanie a traffic citation for 
speeding (333.03 ORD) and gave Melanie 
a court date of 04/18/19 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with no personal appearance 
required. Once Melanie signed the citation I 
provided her with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/11/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004057

Traffic
Circle K


CITED: Shawn Carver (AGE 33)
376 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, Ohio 44672

Failure To Reinstate     4510.21



On 4/11/2019 I noticed a vehicle owned by 
Shawn Carver who was reported to be a 
failure to reinstate license. I observed the 
vehicle heading east on Maryland and 
traveled back around to see Shawn exiting 
his vehicle. I then activated my overhead 
emergency lights and audible siren. Shawn 
stopped walking and turned to face me. I 
exited my vehicle and asked him for his 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
and informed Shawn that his license is a 
failure to reinstate.

Shawn Produced his license to me but was 
unable to produce his registration or 
insurance.

At this time, I asked Shawn if he consented 
to a search, which he consented to. After 
searching his vehicle, I reconfirmed with 
dispatch that his license came back with a 
failure to reinstate status, which did. I then 
issued Shawn a citation for Failure To 
Reinstate 4510.21, with a mandatory court 
appearance at MCC#3 4/18/2019 at 
0900A.M.


Ptl. Peterman 512
4/11/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004047

Traffic
100th BLOCK S. 12th Street


CITED: Ivy Dalesandro (AGE 52)
1060 ST. RT. #14, ALLIANCE 44601

SPEEDING (52/35)    333.03




On 04/10/2019, at approximately 0837 
hours, I was conducting traffic enforcement 
in marked unit 303.

While sitting stationary facing South, near 
the corner of E. Georgia, I observed a dark 
in color truck that was traveling North on 
12St traveling at a higher rate of speed than 
posted. Upon activating my mounted radar 
unit, I obtained a locked speed of 52 MPH 
in a 35 MPH zone.

I then activated my overhead emergency 
lights and initiated a traffic stop on the 
100th block of S. 12th street on a black in 
color 2004 GMC bearing temporary tags 
H121799. I then exit my vehicle and begin 
approaching the driver's window and made 
contact with Ivy Dalesandro of 1060 St. Rt. 
#14, Alliance. I then requested her license, 
registration and proof of insurance and she 
hands me her court ordered driving 
privileges. She informs me that she was 
headed to Refresh Dental located on 
Vermont for a dentist appointment. I 
requested dispatch to confirm that 
appointment with the dental office and she 
did have one. I then inform her that she was 
being issued a citation for speed (ORD 
333.03) for going 52 MPH in a 35 MPH 
zone. She then was informed of her non-
mandatory court date of 04/18/2019 at 0900 
hours and that the court information was 
located at the bottom of her citation copy. I 
then told her to be careful pulling out and I 
cleared.


PTL. Villanueva #513
04/10/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004040
Traffic
W. California Ave / S. 16th street, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED:  Mark Chine (AGE 61)
9146 New Road, North Jackson Ohio 
44451

Speed (52/25)  333.03



At approximately 22:03 hours, on 
04/08/2019, I was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit 303.

While sitting stationary, facing westbound in 
the parking lot of United Die, I observed a 
grey sedan exit the parking lot of the 
American legion and begin eastbound on 
W. California while accelerating at a visibly 
high rate of speed. I then activated my front 
facing radar unit and obtained a speed of 
52 MPH in a clearly marked 25 MPH zone. I 
then activated my overhead emergency 
lights and initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, a grey Honda Accord bearing Ohio 
Registration 13IY4668, with the vehicle 
coming to a stop at W. California Avenue 
and S. 16th street.

I then made contact with the driver, later 
identified by his Ohio Driver License as 
Mark Chine, as well as his adult male 
passenger. I then advised Mr. Chine of the 
reason for the stop as well as asked if there 
was any reason for his excessive speed. 
Mr. Chine advised that upon getting into his 
car he immediately got a severe leg cramp 
and pushed down on the vehicles gas 
pedal. I also at this point detected the odor 
of an alcoholic beverage emanating from 
inside the car.

Due to the odor of alcohol being present, I 
asked Mr. Chine if he had been drinking at 
all this evening, with advising that he had 
not. I then asked if he would consent to 
standardized field sobriety tests, with him 
agreeing to do so. Due to not detecting any 
signs of impairment from Mr. Chine during 
the field sobriety tests, I instructed him to 
have a seat back in his car. I then wrote Mr. 
Chine a citation for Sebring Codified 
Ordnance 333.03 (Speed 52/25), with a 
mandatory court appearance at Mahoning 
County Court #3, at 09:00 hours on 
04/18/2019. It should also be noted that the 
calibration of the in-car radar in unit 303 
was successfully verified at both the start of 
my shift at 15:00 hours as well as after 
having issued Mr. Chine his citation.


Ptl. Reed
#514




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004038

Traffic
Courtney Rd. near N. 12th St.

CITED:  Olivia Polverine (AGE 24)
28927 Route 62 Damascus, OH 44619

Speeding     333.03 ORD



On 04/8/2019 at 1:59pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at a parking lot just before Allied 
Lane off of Courtney Rd. facing East when I 
observed a vehicle traveling East on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 51mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving east on 
Courtney Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Courtney Rd. and pulled over to 
the side of the road just before the 
intersection of N 12th St just after the 
railroad crossing. The vehicle was a Gray 
2013 Nissan Sentra bearing Ohio 
registration GTM7497. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Olivia 
Polverine.

I wrote Olivia a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Olivia a court date 
of 04/11/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Olivia 
signed the citation I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4/8/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004078

TRAFFIC
W California Ave near S 15th St, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Michael Furpahs (AGE 65)
2198 Thurmont Rd, Akron, Ohio 44313

Speed - Over Limits (38/25)   SCO 333.03



On Sunday, April 14,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #301 in front of 
230 W California Ave. I observed a vehicle 
approaching my location heading east at 
what appeared to be a rate of speed higher 
than the posted 25 MPH limit.

Upon activating my cruiser's forward 
mounted radar antenna, I observed a digital 
read out of 35 MPH. I locked the speed in at 
38 MPH after observing it increase while 
the vehicle was clearing the 300 block. I 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and pulled onto W California Ave as the 
vehicle passed me and immediately came 
to a stop near S 15th St. The vehicle was a 
green Subaru bearing Ohio registration 
FYG3386.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Michael Furpahs, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Furpahs provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Furpahs was 
issued traffic citation #031562 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (38/25) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
April 25,2019 at 0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
4.14.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19004077

Traffic
485 W. Virginia Ave, Sebring, OH 44672


CITED: David Vickers (AGE 52)
485 W. Virginia Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

OVI ( Refusal w/ prior convt. within 21 
years) / ORC 4511.19A2 / $500.00

OVI (SFST)  /  ORC 4511.19A1a  / $500.00

Left of Center  /   ORC 4511.25A




On 4-14-19, I Ptl. Everhart while patrolling 
on 21st Johnson Rd. responded to Ptl. 
Scotts traffic stop at 485 W. Virginia Ave. 
after he advised dispatch that the suspect 
did not initially stop after he activated his 
overhead lights.


Ptl. Everhart #515
4-14-19


Upon arrival to the scene, Ptl. Scott had the 
driver later identified as David Vickers out of 
his car asking him for his identification. 
David appeared to be very intoxicated as he 
could barely stand on his own two feet and 
also his speech was slurred. Also there was 
a strong odor of alcohol coming from his 
breath. Ptl. Scott then asked David if there 
were any weapons in the vehicle, which 
David replied with "yeah i have a bunch of 
9s in the car". We then asked David again if 
there were any weapons in the car, and he 
then stated that he was joking and there 
was not any weapons. 

Ptl. Scott then asked David to sit back in the 
driver seat and look for his registration and 
insurance, in which he could not provide 
either. Ptl. Scott then asked David if he 
would do the SFST"s and David refused to 
take any of them. Ptl. Scott also asked 
David this question multiple times and he 
still refused by not answering the question. 

Then Ptl. Scott placed David under arrest 
for suspicion of OVI. As we were trying to 
place the cuffs on David he started to tense 
up on us and we had to use force to place 
him in custody by forcing him to lean 
forward over the driver seat and to make 
him loosen up his arms. After placing David 
in cuffs, he then fell down on the ground on 
purpose and refused to walk, so Ptl. Scott 
and I had to pick him up by his arms and 
drag him to the cruiser. Once we reached 
the cruiser, David then refused to sit in the 
car properly so, Ptl. Scott went around to 
the other side of the cruiser, opened the 
other door and grabbed his arms, while I 
grabbed his legs and we were able to get 
him
into the cruiser. 

After that Ptl. Scott then read David his 
rights. While waiting to confirm that the 
address of 485 W. Virginia Ave, was where 
David was staying, I asked David if we 
could do a consent search of his vehicle in 
which he replied "Fuck it why not, you aren't 
going to find anything, go ahead". I then 
proceeded to search David vehicle and only 
found an empty bottle of Fireball whiskey.

I took a picture of the bottle and Ptl. Scott 
and I then cleared the scene in route to the 
station. Upon arrival to the station, David 
refused all chemical tests, fingerprinting and 
photos. Once Ptl. Scott had finished up all 
the needed paperwork, David was then 
released on his recognizance with a bond of 
$1000,00 for the offense of OVI (SFST) OVI 
Refusal w/prior. Davids court date was set 
for 4-18-19 @0900 at MCC#3 to answer to 
the charges of 4511.19A1a OVI (SFST) and 
4511.19 A2 (Refusal w/ prior within 21). 
Also David was cited for the traffic violation 
of Left of Center 4511.25A. 

After David had received all of his copies he 
was released to his mother who was going 
to take him back to his residence.



Ptl. Everhart #515
4-14-19



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NARRATIVE by Ptl. Scott

On 04/14/2019 While on patrol I Ptl. Scott 
was traveling north on N. 18th St. and 
observed a Maroon 202 Chevrolet truck 
bearing Ohio registration EU61PK in front of 
me go left of center while traveling north on 
N. 18th St. coming up to W. Virginia Ave. 
and then began traveling in the middle of 
the road. I then activated my emergency 
over head lights. The vehicle continued on 
N. 18th St. and then turned west on W. 
Virginia Ave. I activated my audible siren 
and the vehicle continued to 485 W. Virginia 
Ave. and then pulled into the residence, 

I pulled into the residence and notified 
dispatch.

A male later identified as David Vickers then 
exited the vehicle, I exited my cruiser and 
told the male to get back into his truck but 
the male remained outside of his vehicle 
next to his driver side door while attempting 
to pull up his pants that were slightly below 
his waist and then attempted to button his 
pants.

As I got closer to David I could smell a 
strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from his person.

Ptl. Everhart arrived on scene as I was 
asking David if he consumed any alcoholic 
beverages prior to driving in which David 
stated that he did not but then stated that 
he had 3 beers at the Brick House Bar in 
Sebring.

David tried to walk away from me several 
times as I instructed David to get back into 
his truck and remain there. I asked David if 
he had anything illegal in his truck to which 
David replied " I got a couple nines" but 
then stated that he was joking". David 
eventually got back into his vehicle.

I informed David as to why I pulled him over 
and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
David pulled out a large amount of 
crumpled up bills and pulled his license 
from the wadded up cash and then put the 
cash in to his pocket. I asked David multiple 
times if he would consent to field sobriety to 
which David exited the truck and starred at 
me and did not respond. David had slurred 
speech, and had an extreme difficulty 
balancing and walking and appeared to be 
highly intoxicated. I then placed David into 
custody for suspicion of OVI.

I instructed David to turn around and put his 
hands behind his back in which David 
became non complaint and tensed up and 
had to be forced to turn around to be placed 
in to hand restraints which when doing so 
the hand cuffs cut his right wrist. Once hand 
cuffed David was being walked to the 
cruiser and while doing so David dropped 
his full body weight to the ground making 
Ptl. Everhart and myself drag David to the 
cruiser.

As I was attempted to place David into to 
marked unit #304, David, while in the door 
way put his back towards the rear of #304 
and would no enter, I had to go to the other 
side of the cruiser and open the door and 
grab David from behind and pull him into 
the cruiser, once David was secured in the 
cruiser I read David his rights. Ptl. Everhart 
then asked David if he could search his 
vehicle in which David consented to, Ptl. 
Everhart searched the vehicle while I 
remained with David in case David wanted 
the search to stop at any time due to it 
being a consent search.

Ptl. Everhart found a small empty bottle of 
an alcoholic beverage labeled "Fireball" and 
photographed it. I then transported David to 
the station where I began paper work, the 
vehicle remained at his residence. David 
was read the BMV 2255 form by me with 
Ptl. Everhart witnessing. I wrote David a 
traffic citation for left of center ORC 
4511.25A, OVI (SFST) 4511.19A1a, and 
OVI (Refusal with prior within 21 years) 
4511.19A2. David was given a 
recognizance bond of $1,000 for both OVI 
offenses .

David refused to a chemical test, refused to 
sign the BMV 2255 form and the traffic 
citation but did sign the recognizance bond. 
David was advised that he is now under 
administrative license suspension and his 
driver's license was confiscated.

David received copies of the BMV 2255 
form, traffic citation, and the recognizance 
form and was released to his mother. David 
was advised of his mandatory court 
appearance in the Mahoning County Court 
#3 on 04/18/2019 at 9:00am. 


Ptl. Scott#506
04/14/2019



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PUBLISHED 1:34PM APRIL 16, 2019
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Thursday, April 11, 2019
09:30 AM -0500

Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-004031 
DATE: 04/07/2019 02:24:00

ACCIDENT / ARREST MADE
16th & Michigan, Sebring, Oh
Failure to Comply with Order or Signal of 
P.O. / Elude or Flee


Suspects Vehicle: 2006 Pontiac 4Door/ 
Gold / License# H698831
DRIVER: Earl Raymond Hunt (AGE 49)
ADDRESS: 134 E INDIANA AVE, 
SEBRING, OH,


On April 7, 2019, I, Ptl. Scott, along with Ptl. 
Marchionda, responded to the 100th block 
of S. 15th St. for an obstruction in the 
roadway, which ended up being a road 
closing barricade. Upon arriving in the area, 
both Ptl. Marchionda and I observed a 
vehicle strike the barricade and continue 
traveling north on S 15th St. Ptl. 
Marchionda stopped to clear the obstruction 
while I attempted to catch up to the vehicle. 
The vehicle, being a gold 2006 Pontiac 4 
door bearing Ohio temporary registration 
H698831, turned east onto E. Pennsylvania 
Ave. without activating a turn signal.

I ran the temp tag through dispatch and 
continued to follow the vehicle which turned 
north onto N. 14th St. While waiting for 
dispatch to relay the registered owners 
information, the vehicle turned west into the 
alley between E. Ohio Ave. and E. 
Maryland Ave. from N. 14th St. Dispatch 
then relayed the information and after doing 
so the vehicle turned north onto N. 15th St. 
from the alley and while doing so the 
vehicle turned too soon and went into a 
yard partially leaving the roadway. I then 
activated my overhead emergency lights, 
notified dispatch that I was conducting a 
traffic stop and gave my location.

The vehicle then accelerated east on E. 
lndiana Ave. from N. 15th St. I notified 
dispatch and activated my audible siren and 
attempted to catch up to the vehicle, I 
looked at my calibrated speedometer and 
was traveling up to 60 mph in a 25 mph 
zone attempting to catch up to the vehicle.

The vehicle continued east on E. lndiana 
Ave. failing to yield at 3 traffic control 
devices at 3 different intersections. The 
vehicle came up to N.12th St. from E. 
lndiana Ave. and attempted to turn north on 
N. 12th St. failing to yield at the stop sign 
which is when Ptl. Marchionda positioned 
his cruiser in front of E. lndiana Ave. on 
N.12th St. The vehicle which was 
continuing at high rates of speed nearly 
struck Ptl. Marchionda's cruiser and went 
off of the road way on N. 12th St.

The vehicle regained control and went back 
on the road way with Ptl. Marchionda 
leading. I then went around Ptl. Marchionda 
and the vehicle in an attempt to block the 
vehicle with a rolling barricade and attempt 
to force the vehicle to come to a stop. The 
vehicle attempted to go around me and 
came close to hitting my cruiser multiple 
times before getting around my cruiser and 
traveling west on E. Michigan ave. I 
became the lead and continued after the 
vehicle exceeding 60 mph while in a 25 
mph zone. The vehicle continued west on 
E. Michigan Ave, failing to yield at an 
additional 3 traffic control devices at 3 
different intersections and then left the road 
way striking a tree at 206 W. Michigan Ave.

I notified dispatch, exited my cruiser as did 
Ptl. Marchionda and approached the vehicle 
with weapons drawn. I removed the driver, 
later identified as Earl Hunt, from the 
vehicle and placed him in custody. I advised 
him he was under arrest and informed him 
of his Miranda Rights. I subsequently 
placed Earl in the rear of marked unit #304 
and notified dispatch to send EMS to our 
location as well as a tow truck.

Smith Twp. Ptl. Caughey arrived on scene 
to assist as Sebring Fire Dept. arrived on 
scene and assessed Earl while officers 
inventoried the vehicle. Sebring EMS 
cleared Earl stating he did not sustain any 
injuries and Earl also refused any medical 
treatment. Sebring EMS then cleared. 

I had Earl exit the vehicle and advised Earl 
since coming into contact with him I could 
smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from his person and I asked Earl if 
he had consumed any alcoholic beverages 
prior to driving in which Earl stated that he 
had three beers. I asked Earl if he would 
consent to field sobriety testing in which 
Earl stated that he would take the tests.

I removed the hand restraints from Earl, as 
well as his hat and glasses. I instructed him 
to stand straight up with his hands to his 
side and feet together while I held my pen 
12 to 15 inches from his face using it as a 
stimulus. I asked Earl if he could see the 
pen in which Earl stated that he could see 
it. I asked Earl if he had any medical or 
physical conditions in which Earl stated that 
he did not. I checked for resting nystagmus, 
equal tracking and equal pupil size. Earl did 
not have a resting nystagmus, both of Earl's 
eyes tracked equally and both of Earl's 
pupils were of equal size.

I had Earl remain in the same position as I 
gave him instructions for the first test which 
was the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus and 
once I explained the instructions I asked 
Earl if he understood in which Earl stated 
that he did understand. During the test, I 
observed the following clues: lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct and 
sustained nystagmus at maximum deviation 
in both eyes and onset of nystagmus prior 
to 45 degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn. I 
instructed Earl to stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and his right foot in front 
of his left foot while I explained the 
instructions. Once I explained the 
instructions I asked Earl if he understood in 
which Earl stated that he did understand. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: stopped while walking, did 
not touch heel to toe, stepped off of line, 
used arms to balance, improper turn. Earl 
did not maintain the proper starting position 
while being given the instructions.

The last test was the one leg stand. I 
instructed Earl to stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and feet together while I 
explained the instructions. Once I explained 
the instructions I asked Earl if he 
understood in which Earl stated that he did 
understand. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: Swayed while 
balancing, used arms to balance, and put 
foot down 3 times ending the test.

Based on the test results and my 
experience, I advised he will face charges 
for OVI and placed Earl back into hand 
restraints and placed Earl in the rear of 
marked unit #304.

I then transported Earl to the station while 
Ptl. Marchionda stood by at the scene. Ptl. 
Caughey arrived at the station and 
witnessed the reading of the BMV 2255. I 
started a 20 minute observation period and 
read Earl the BMV 2255 form. Earl signed 
the BMV 2255 form and consented to a 
breath test.

After the 20 minute observation period I 
administered a breath test in which Earl 
blew a BAC of 0.103 g/210L. Earl was 
processed and given copy of his breath 
results, BMV 2255 form, and two traffic 
citations containing the following traffic 
offenses: ORC 4511.21 Speed (60/25), 
4511.19A1A OVI (SFST), 4511.19A1D OVI 
(<0.17), 4510.21 Failure to Reinstate, 
4511.12 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Devices, 4511.20 Reckless Operation and 
4511.202 Operation without Reasonable 
Control in which Earl signed. 

Earl was also charged with ORC 
2921.331B4 Failure to Comply (Fleeing and 
Eluding, Felony 4). 

Jail paper work was completed and I 
transported Earl to the Mahoning County 
Jail to be held on a $6,500 bond for the 
both OVI offenses and the failure to comply. 
Earl was was advised that he was on 
administrative license suspension and his 
driver's license was confiscated.

Earl is scheduled to appear in Mahoning 
County Court #3 on 04/11/2019 at 9:00am 
with a mandatory appearance.


Ptl Z. Scott #506
4.7.2019



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Ptl D. Marchionda #508 NARRATIVE
4.7.2019

Upon arrival, we observed a vehicle strike 
the obstruction in front of 100 S 15th St and 
continue north towards the railroad 
crossing. While I stayed behind to clear the 
obstruction, Patrolman Scott followed the 
vehicle. The obstruction, a street barricade, 
was removed from the roadway and I 
continued north on S 15th St in an attempt 
to catch up with Patrolman Scott. Upon 
approaching N 12th St from E Pennsylvania 
Ave, I overheard Patrolman Scott on the 
radio as he was attempting to initiate a 
traffic stop on N 15th St at E Indiana Ave.

Immediately after Patrolman Scott's initial 
broadcast, he advised the vehicle was not 
stopping and began to actively flee east on 
E lndiana Ave. I proceeded north on N 12th 
St from E Pennsylvania Ave with my 
overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren activated in marked unit #301. Upon 
reaching N 12th St and E lndiana Ave, I 
observed a gold Pontiac 4-door sedan 
failing to comply with Patrolman Scott's 
emergency lights and audible siren. I 
positioned my cruiser in such a manner as 
to block the vehicle from proceeding further. 
The vehicle proceeded through the stop 
sign, turned north onto N 12th St after 
nearly missing my cruiser and lost control 
as it went off the roadway and into the 
grass on the east side of N 12th St. The 
vehicle immediately returned to the 
roadway as I took the lead. I notified 
dispatch to contact state patrol in an 
attempt to get a Trooper to our area in case 
the suspect vehicle fled from the village. 

Patrolman Scott went around both my 
cruiser and the suspect vehicle in an 
attempt to block the vehicle in and force the 
vehicle to come to a stop.

The vehicle managed to break through our 
rolling barricade, narrowly missing the rear 
of marked cruiser #304 operated by 
Patrolman Scott. With Patrolman Scott back 
as the lead, we proceeded after the suspect 
vehicle as it began to head west on E 
Michigan Ave. We reached speeds of at 
least 60 MPH in the posted 25 MPH zone 
on E Michigan Ave. The suspect vehicle 
continued west, failing to obey all stop signs 
before finally striking a tree in the yard of 
206 W Michigan Ave. Patrolman Scott and I 
immediately exited our cruisers and 
approached weapons drawn. 

Patrolman Scott removed the driver from 
the vehicle while I provided cover and 
advised dispatch of our location. After 
getting the driver in handcuffs, I could 
overhear Patrolman Scott speaking to the 
driver and asking him if he had consumed 
any alcoholic beverages as the odor of such 
beverages had been detected. The driver 
initially told Patrolman Scott he had not 
been drinking. I took control of the driver 
and escorted him to marked unit #304 and 
while escorting him, I asked again if he had 
anything to drink to night which he admitted 
to drinking. 

Patrolman Caughey from Smith Township 
Police Department arrived on scene at this 
time to provide assistance. Patrolman Scott 
advised the driver, later identifyed by his 
Ohio driver's license as Earl Raymond 
Hunt, that he was under arrest and 
informed him of his Miranda Rights. Hunt 
was placed into the rear of marked unit 
#304. After relaying Hunt's license number 
to dispatch, we were informed Hunt's 
license status was under failure to reinstate. 
Dispatch was advised to notify Sebring Fire 
& EMS as well as to contact Springers 
Towing. I contacted both acting Sergeant 
Kelm and Chief
Harris to inform them of the situation. 

Following the arrival of Sebring Fire & EMS, 
personnel began to conduct a field 
examination of Hunt. While this was 
happening, I obtained photographs of the 
scene. Sebring EMS personnel informed us 
that Hunt had sustained no injuries during 
the crash and was clear for further 
processing. Patrolman Scott removed the 
handcuffs from Hunt and administered field 
sobriety tests. I observed Hunt perform walk 
and turn as well as one leg stand poorly 
and not as instructed by Patrolman Scott at 
which point he was placed back in 
handcuffs and advised of the additional 
charge of operating a vehicle while 
impaired.

Patrolman Scott transported Hunt from the 
scene to the Sebring Police STORY for 
processing with Patrolman Caughey 
following. I remained on scene while 
Springer's took control of the vehicle and 
removed it from the front yard of 206 W 
Michigan Ave. During the course of the tow, 
Ohio State Patrol Trooper Thomas arrived 
on scene and I briefed him on what had 
happened up until his arrival. After clearing 
the scene, I retraced the route of the pursuit 
and photographed the area at N 12th St 
and E lndiana Ave where the vehicle went 
off the roadway. After obtaining all pertinent 
photographs, I returned to the station to 
assist Patrolman Scott with processing.

While Patrolman Scott finished preparing 
the BMV 2255 and getting the lntoxilyzer 
8000 ready for a chemical breath test, I 
handled the traffic citations. I also notified 
Hunt's girlfriend, who is the owner of the 
vehicle, of the events and that Hunt would 
be transported to Mahoning County Jail in 
Youngstown at the conclusion of 
processing. 

Following the lntoxilyzer 8000 chemical 
breath test, Patrolman Scott informed Hunt 
he had a BAC of 0.103. Hunt was provided 
traffic citation #031524 and #031525 for 
ORC 4511.21 Speed (60/25), 4511.19A1A 
OVI (SFST), 4511.19A1D OVI (<0.17), 
4510.21 Failure to Reinstate, 4511.12 
Obedience to Traffic Control Devices, 
4511.20 Reckless Operation and 4511.202 
Operation without Reasonable Control. 
Hunt signed the citations as well as the 
BMV 2255 earlier and was provided his 
copies. Hunt was also informed of the 
criminal charge against him, ORC 
2921.331B4 Failure to Comply (Fleeing and 
Eluding, Felony 4).

Patrolman Scott attempted to retrieve a 
urine sample from Hunt but Hunt was 
unable to provide one during processing. 
Hunt was photographed and subsequently 
transported to Mahoning County Justice 
Center in Youngstown by Patrolman Scott 
an a total bond of $6,500 with a mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 set for Thursday, April 11,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 19003150
WARRANT
MCO #3 

ARRESTED: EUGENE FERGUSON (AGE 
51)
3273 LAKE STREET, BELOIT 44609

CHARGE: ASSAULT /  2903.13 / BOND 
$1,250.00



On 03/30/2019, I was dispatched to the 
Brickhouse bar in reference to a fight in 
progress.

I arrived on location and found a male 
sitting on a bar stool with a severe 
laceration on the left side of his head deep 
enough to see his skull. EMS was already 
enroute, and the patients status was 
updated. I identified the male as a Eugene 
Ferguson. Eugene advised that he was 
assaulted and pointed at two men whom 
were identified as Mickey Ormiston and 
Mickey Ormiston Jr. 

I went to speak with Mickey Ormiston and 
Mickey Ormiston Jr, and Mickey Sr. was 
extremely hostile in nature. 

EMS arrived on location and loaded 
Eugene in the ambulance and emergency 
transported him to Altman Trauma Center. 

As several officers arrived on location, I was 
able to review the camera footage. I 
observed the video and watched Eugene 
Ferguson push over Jennifer Wade and 
leap over and punch Mickey Ormiston in the 
face. The two got into an altercation, and it 
was subsequently broke up.

Clint Higgins after the fight was broke up 
punched Eugene Ferguson in the back of 
the head making him fall over a chair. 
Eugene Ferguson attempted to get up off of 
the floor but was unable to. I then observed 
Mickey Ormiston Jr. pick up a bar chair and 
bash Eugene Ferguson in the head several 
times. 

I collected several statements and 
contacted Prosecutor Tolson whom 
approved the following charges.


Eugene Ferguson: Assault M1

Mickey Ormiston: Assault M1

Mickey Ormiston Jr.: Felonious Assault F2, 
Aggravated Assault F4

Clint Higgins: Assault M1



Both Mickey's and Clint were arrested and 
taken to the station and processed. The 
men were subsequently transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail. Eugene Ferguson 
will have a warrant issued for his arrest. 
The men transported to the jail will appear 
at MCC#3 on 04/04/2019.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



On 03/31/2019, I spoke to the Nursing staff 
at Altman Hospital to request the patients 
medical records. The nursing staff advised 
that Eugene was being taken into 
emergency surgery due to a fractured 
ankle.

Looking back on the video after Eugene fell 
on the floor after being struck from behind 
by Clint, when he attempted to stand up he 
was not able. I advised Prosecutor Tolson, 
of the event and she advised to add F2 
Felonious Assault. 

Charges were added and sent to the jail.



K9 Det. Redfern 504


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On 03/30/2019 I Ptl. Scott responded to the 
Brick House Bar to assist for a fight that 
took place earlier in the night. 

Upon my arrival I assisted in giving 
statements to Ptl. Everheart so he could 
obtain them from the witnesses. I spoke to 
spoke to Mickey Ormiston who stated that 
he was sitting at a table and was attacked 
from behind by Eugene Ferguson Jr. when 
his son Mickey Ormiston Jr. struck Eugene 
in what he stated was self defense. Mickey 
stated that the fight continued so his son 
then struck Eugene with a chair. I viewed 
the security footage which showed Eugene 
attack Mickey from behind and Mickey 
falling to the ground. Mickey Ormiston Jr. 
then struck Eugene the face. 

Clint Higgins then struck Eugene in the 
back of the head causing Eugene to fall. It 
appeared that when Eugene fell he started 
to engage in another altercation with Mickey 
who was already on the ground which is 
when Mickey Ormiston Jr. picked up a chair 
and struck Eugene in the head and 
repeated to do so until Eugene attempted to 
get up but then fell backwards against a 
table and sat there where I could see an 
excessive amount of blood coming from 
Eugene's head. 

Eugene was transported to Altman Hospital 
in Canton Ohio.

Mickey Ormiston was placed into custody 
for Assault ORC 2903.13, Mickey Ormiston 
Jr. was placed into custody for Felonious 
Assault ORC 2903.11 and Aggravated 
Assault ORC 2903.12, and Clint Higgins 
was placed into custody for Assault ORC 
2903.13 and an additional charge was 
added Felonious Assault ORC 2903.11. A 
warrant will be issued for Eugene Ferguson 
Jr. for Assault ORC 2903.13.

All individuals that were placed into custody 
were brought back to the station where 
Mickey Ormiston Jr. DNA was collected and 
all were transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail by Ptl. Marchionda and my self.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/31/2019



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On 04/04/2019 at 0859 hours I transported 
Eugene Ferguson from the court to the 
station for fingerprinting and a photo. After I 
finished processing him, I then transported 
him back to the co for his appearance then 
cleared from the court.


Ptl. Villanueva #513
04/04/2019




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Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-004015 
DATE: 0410312019 23:07:00

OVI ARREST
12th St. & Ohio

ARREST: Coleen Helsley (AGE 67), 45 
Dogwood Dr., Beloit, Oh
OFFENSE: 4511.19A1A Driving While 
Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs



On 04/03/2019 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop resulting in the arrest of the driver for 
OVI.


Ptl. Scott #506
04/04/2019



I Ptl. Scott while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser was traveling north on N. 12th 
St. when I observed a vehicle in front of me 
leave the north bound lane and go into the 
southbound lane and then returned to the 
northbound lane before turning east on E. 
Ohio Ave. I got behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop on E. Ohio Ave. east 
of N. 12th St. The vehicle was a black 2015 
Lincoln 4s bearing Ohio registration 
EYX8408.

I exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and informed the driver of the 
reason of the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received, the driver 
was later identified as Coleen Helsley. I 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from the vehicle and I 
asked Coleen if she had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving in which 
she stated that she did at the mountaineer 
casino earlier in the night and had one 
mixed drink containing vodka and orange 
juice.

I then turned my front overhead lights off 
and had Coleen exit her vehicle and stand 
to the rear of her vehicle which is when Ptl. 
Peterman arrived on scene. I asked Coleen 
if she had any medical or physical 
conditions that would inhibit her from taking 
the tests in which Coleen stated that she 
did not.

I had Coleen stand straight up with her feet 
together and her hands to her side. I 
checked Coleen's eyes for resting 
nystagmus, equal tracking, and equal pupil 
size. Coleen did not have a resting 
nystagmus, both of Coleen's eyes tracked 
equally, and both of Coleen's pupils were of 
equal size.

I instructed Coleen to stay in the current 
position she was and explained the 
instructions for the first test which was the 
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus and once I 
finished explaining the instructions I asked 
Coleen if she understood in which Coleen 
stated that she did. I then used my pen as a 
stimulus and held the pen 12 to 15 inches 
from her face and asked Coleen if she 
could see it in which Coleen stated that she 
could see the stimulus. Once the test began 
I observed the following clues: lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes. 


The next test was the walk and turn and I 
instructed Coleen to stand straight up with 
her right foot in front of her left foot while 
began to explain the instructions once I was 
done explaining the instructions I asked 
Coleen if she understood in which Coleen 
stated that she did. Coleen then began the 
test before being told to do so. Once the 
test began I observed the following clues: 
stopped while walking, did not touch heel to 
toe, stepped off of line, and improper turn. 
To be noted Coleen had on heel boots and 
wished not remove the boots and wanted to 
keep them on while preforming tests.

I then instructed Coleen to stand straight up 
with her feet together and hands to her side 
while I gave the instructions for the next test 
which was the one leg stand. Once I 
explained the instructions I asked Coleen if 
she understood them in which Coleen 
stated that she did. Once the test began I 
observed following clues: Swayed while 
balancing, used arms to balance, and put 
foot down 3 times ending the test. 

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Coleen in custody for 
suspicion of OVI. I placed Coleen in hand 
restraints and placed Coleen in the rear of 
marked unit #303 and read Coleen her 
rights. The vehicle was inventoried where 
an open container was found on the 
passenger side floor board in the front of 
the vehicle still containing an alcoholic 
beverage inside of the can and was labeled 
"Screwdriver", the vehicle was then towed 
to 10 N. 12th St. by Springer's Towing.

Coleen was transported to the station 
where I removed her hand restraints and 
read Coleen the BMV2255 in which Coleen 
signed and Ptl. Peterman witnessed. 
Coleen consented to a breath test and a 
urine sample. A 20 minute observation 
period was preformed and the breath 
testing began.

Coleen gave a breath sample and her BAC 
results were 0.092 g/210L. Urine was 
collected by D.O. Wheeler and I sealed and 
secured in the squad room refrigerator. Ptl. 
Peterman finger printed and photographed 
Coleen.

I wrote Coleen a traffic citation for left of 
center ORC 4511.29, OVI (SFST) ORC 
4511.19A1a, and OVI (c.17) ORC 
4511.19A1d. I also gave Coleen a 
recognizance bond of $1,000 for both OVI 
offenses in which Coleen signed. Coleen 
was given a copy of her citation, 
recognizance bond, BMV 2255 form, and 
her breath results and was made aware of 
her mandatory court appearance in MCC#3 
for 04/04/2019 at 9:00am. Coleen was 
advised that she is now under 
administrative license suspension and her 
license was ceased. Coleen was released 
to her husband who was sober and valid.




Ptl. Scott #506




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003135
TRAFFIC
N. 14th /E. Penn Ave.


CITED: Brian Beach (AGE 43)
11311 State St. NE Alliance, OH 44601

Muffler ORC 4513.22
Slow Speed / Stopped in Roadway ORC 
4511.22A
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19A1a / BOND 
$500.00
OVI (<.17) ORC 4511.19A1h / BOND 
$500.00




On 03/29/2019 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop resulting in the arrest of the driver for 
OVI.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/30/2019


On 03/29/2019 I Ptl. Scott while in a marked 
police cruiser was on S. 15th St. at the train 
tracks behind a vehicle as a train was going 
through town. Once the train exited town 
and the gates lifted the vehicle in front of 
me turned east on to E. Pennsylvania Ave. I 
then observed a vehicle stationary on N. 
15th St. in the southbound lane across from 
me staying stationary impeding traffic as 
vehicles were behind the stationary vehicle. 
The vehicle then turned east on to E. 
Pennsylvania Ave. and as the vehicle 
turned I also noticed that the vehicle had a 
loud exhaust.

The vehicle then turned on to N. 14th St. I 
then positioned myself behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on N. 14th St. just 
north of E. Pennsylvania Ave. The vehicle 
was a 1997 silver Honda 4s bearing Ohio 
registration (HLD2102). I exited my cruiser 
and approached the driver side of the 
vehicle and spoke with the driver later 
identified as Brian Beach and as I got near 
the driver side door Brian opened the door 
and stated that his door does not open I 
then asked Brian if he meant his window did 
not work in which Brian stated that is what 
he meant, I informed Brian of the reason for 
the stop and then asked Brian for his 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I only received his 
driver's license. I could smell a strong odor 
of an alcoholic beverage coming from the 
vehicle.

I then noticed multiple empty beer bottles in 
the rear floor board of the vehicle directly 
behind the driver seat. I asked Brian if he 
had consumed any alcoholic beverages 
prior to driving in which Brian stated that he 
had 4 beers at the Schmid's bar. I then had 
Brian exit the vehicle for field sobriety which 
Brian consented to and at this time Ptl. 
Peterman arrived on scene. Once Brian 
exited the vehicle I had him stand to the 
rear of his vehicle and at this time I could 
smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from Brian's person. I 
then turned off my front overhead lights so 
they would not interfere with the testing.

I then asked Brian if he had any medical or 
physical conditions or if Brian consumed or 
is prescribed any medication in which Brian 
stated that he had no medical or physical 
conditions and that he was neither on any 
prescriptions nor does he have any 
prescriptions. I then checked Brian's eyes 
for a resting nystagmus, equal tracking, and 
equal pupil size. Brian did not have a 
resting nystagmus, both of Brian's eyes 
tracked equally, and both of Brian's pupils 
were of equal size. I then explained to Brian 
the instructions for the first test which was 
the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus and had 
Brian stand straight up with his hands to his 
side and his feet together. Once I explained 
the instructions I asked Brian if he 
understood in which Brian stated that he did 
understand.

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, distinct nystagmus at maximum 
deviation in both eyes, and Onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Brian stand straight up with his hands 
to his side and his right foot in front of his 
left foot while I explained the instructions. 
Once the instructions were explained I 
asked Brian if he understood them in which 
at this time Brian stated that he is deaf and 
could not hear well so I explained the 
instructions a 2nd time and asked Brian if 
understood in which Brian stated that he did 
understand, once the test began I observed 
the following clues: Could not balance 
during instructions, stopped while walking, 
did not touch heel to toe, stepped off the 
line, used arms to balance, improper turn, 
and wrong number of steps. 

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Brian to stand straight up with his 
hands to his sides and his feet together 
while I explained the instructions and once I 
explained the instructions I asked Brian if 
he understood in which Brian stated that he 
did understand, once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Swayed while 
balancing, used arms to balance, hopped, 
and put his foot down 3 times ending the 
test.

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Brian into custody for 
suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while 
under the influence. I placed Brian in hand 
restraints, read Brian his rights and patted 
him down and then placed Brian in the rear 
of marked unit #301. The vehicle was 
inventoried by Ptl. Peterman and towed to 
10 N. 12th St. by Springer's Towing with no 
hold.

Brian was transported to the station where 
he was read the BMV2255 form with Ptl. 
Marchionda witnessing the reading. Brian 
signed the BMV2255 form and consented to 
chemical testing. Brian gave a breath 
sample and had BAC of 0.186 g/210L Brian 
also gave a urine sample which was 
collected, sealed and secured in the 
refrigerator by Ptl. Peterman.

Brian received a citation for Slow speed/ 
Stopped in roadway ORC 4511.22A, Loud 
muffler ORC 4513.22, OVI (SFST) ORC 
4511.19A1a, and OVI (c.17) 4511.19A1h. 
Brian signed the citation.

Brian was also given a recognizance bond 
of $1,000 for both OVI offenses in which 
Brian signed.

Brian was processed by Ptl. Peterman. 
Brian was advised that he is now under 
Administrative License Suspension and 
Brian's driver's license was seized. Brian 
received copies of his citation, BMV2255 
form, and recognizance bond and was 
advised of his court date on April 4th 2019 
at 9:00am with a personal appearance 
required and was then released to a valid 
and sober driver.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/30/2019



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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003134 
Traffic
California Ave./16th Street Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Seth Dean (AGE 39)
472 E. Mill Avenue, Alliance, Ohio

Speed 35/25  / SCO 333.03



On 03/29/2019, at approximately 19:46 
hours, I was conducting traffic enforcement 
in marked unit 303. While sitting stationary 
in the parking lot of United Die, near the 
corner of 17th street and W. California 
Avenue, I observed a dark colored Toyota 
Pickup truck that was traveling eastbound 
on California Avenue, at what appeared to 
be a speed higher than that of the 25mph 
posted limit. Upon activating my front facing 
in car radar unit, I obtained a locked speed 
of 35 MPH.

I then activated my overhead emergency 
lights and initiated a traffic stop on the black 
Toyota Tundra, bearing Ohio temporary 
registration H686325, with the vehicle 
coming to an abrupt stop in the eastbound 
lane of travel on the roadway. I then 
approached the vehicle and made contact 
with the driver, later identified by his Ohio 
Driver License as Seth C. Dean. Mr. Dean 
immediately became agitated, and began 
demanding that I position myself in front of 
his passenger window so that he could see 
me fully as well as began making 
statements about me reaching for my 
firearm, despite my hands being nowhere 
near it. I then requested Mr. Deans Driver 
license, vehicle registration, and insurance 
information. Due to Mr. Dean's agitation, I 
also requested Ptl. Peterman to respond to 
my location.

After receiving all requested documentation 
from Mr. Dean, he was issued a citation for 
speed (Sebring Codified Ordnance 333.03) 
for 35 MPH in a 25 MPH zone, with a 
mandatory court appearance required at 
MCC #3 on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 
09:00 hours. It should also be noted that my 
in-car radar units calibration was 
successfully verified both at the start of my 
shift as well as after having issued Mr. Dean 
his citation.



Ptl. Reed
#514




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003114
Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Rt. 62 W


CITED: Kathryn Frank (AGE 66)
9830 Reeder Ave Ne Louisville, OH 44641

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 3/25/2019 at 2:59pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st Johnson Rd. facing west when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 55mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Gray 2019 Honda Odyssey bearing 
Ohio registration EYP9145. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. The driver was later 
identified as Kathryn Frank.

I wrote Kathryn a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Kathryn a court 
date of 03/28/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
Kathryn signed the citation I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515
3/25/20 19




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Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-003146 
DATE: 03/31/2019 16:30:00


521.08(8) Littering and Deposit of Garbage 
- Collected or Remaining
Alexandria Bowman, 196 E. Indiana Ave., 
Sebring, Oh



On 03/31/19 a trash letter was served to 
196 E Indiana Ave. reference trash along 
the side and porch of the house despite 
being previously verbally warned by 502. 
Letter was secured to the door and I 
cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507
03/31/19

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On 04/06/19 when I returned to the above 
location the trash was still all over the yard, 
along the side of the house, and on the 
porch. I made contact with Alexandria 
Bowman the owner who was verbally 
warned by Chief Harris and then given a 
written warning by me. Alexandria was 
issued an MM citation for deposit of trash 
521.08B and given a court date of 04/11/19 
at MCC#3 she was advised of this and I 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
04/06/19



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Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-004027 
DATE: 04/05/2019 20:12:00

Disorderly Conduct intoxicated annoy or 
alarm
Brick House
206 E Ohio Ave.,Sebring, OH


ARRESTED: MARTHA HANSHAW (AGE 
55), 165 E VERMONT AVE, SEBRING, OH

2917.1181 Disorderly Conduct intoxicated 
annoy or alarm

2921.29A1 Failure to Disclose Personal 
Information - committing, has committed, or 
about to commit criminal offense

2921.31 Obstructing Official Business

2921.33 Resisting Arrest



On above date and time I Officer Rober 
while traveling east on Ohio Ave observed a 
female coming out of the Brickhouse yelling 
and being disorderly. I then radioed into 
dispatch about the situation and asked for 
the assistance of Officer Peterman. I then 
went into the Brickhouse while Officer 
Peterman went to stop the individual in 
question. The employee of the Brickhouse 
stated that a female came in and ordered 
chicken wings coughed and dropped wing 
bones on the ground. When asked by the 
employee to pick up the bones the female 
got into the employee's face and stated 
screaming and
yelling causing a disturbance in the bar.

I then traveled to Officers Peterman's 
location 14th and W Maryland, once I 
arrived on scene both officers tried to 
identify the female individual but she 
refused multiple times. The female later to 
be identified as Martha Hanshaw stated that 
she has committed no crime so she will not 
identify. Both officers then explained to her 
that she can be arrested if she refused to 
identified and that she is now committing a 
crime for refusing to disclose personal 
information. 

Martha then started to walk away from 
officers while we were trying to explain that 
she was being disorderly at the bar so there 
is a reason for the stop. Martha then 
disagreed with what she is doing and was 
continually obstructing our investigation 
after multiple attempts to try for her to 
comply. I then explained to Martha that she 
is under arrest for disorderly conduct, 
obstructing, and failure to disclose and 
attempted to handcuff Martha. 

Martha then pulled away from both officers 
while trying to handcuff her but she was 
pushing and pulling away from officers. 
Once handcuffed gapped and double 
locked, we asked for the assistance of 
Sebring Fire department to check her well 
being. A short time later Sebring fire arrived 
on scene and assisted Martha well being. 
Sebring Fire then advised that she is good 
for jail. Once Sebring EMS cleared I 
transported Martha to the Sebring Police 
STORY for booking while Officer Peterman 
gathered volunteer statements from the 
Brickhouse.

While At the station Martha became very 
uncooperative with the booking process by 
refusing to take booking photos by putting 
her hand over her face and consistently 
trying to get into her personal belongings 
and raising her voice. I then place Martha 
back in handcuffs. After the booking I 
transported Martha to the Mahoning county 
jail. After I dropped Martha off at the county 
I cleared and resumed patrol.


J.Rober #511
04/05/2019



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On 4/5/2019 I, Patrolman Peterman 
received a call from 511 and dispatch of a 
disorderly (throwing chicken wings on the 
floor, and screaming at the workers there) 
individual at the Brickhouse. I arrived and 
was told by 511 that the individual was 
walking West down Maryland wearing a 
blue collar shirt and jeans. After 
investigating, I identified the individual, later 
identified as Martha E. Hanshaw, and 
approached her. I stated who I was, and 
that we received a call that someone was 
acting disorderly and throwing food, as well 
as yelling at the workers. She asked me "is 
there a problem officer?" when I advised 
her that she was identified as the individual 
that caused this, and I said to her "No there 
is not, I just need to make sure you are 
alright, and have to complete an 
investigation because it was called into us.". 

I asked her for her license for my report to 
be made, and she responds with "Am I 
being detained?", at which I repsponded 
"yes, you are detained until I can complete 
my investigation and I can identify you." 
Martha then attempted to walk away from 
me, at which I stopped her and advised her 
she was not free to go as my investigation 
was not over.

Martha continued to yell at me, yelling 
obscenities at me, stating "you can't do this 
to me, I want my lawyer.".

At about this time, 511 arrived with me and 
started speaking to Martha about what was 
going on. She continued yelling stating we 
"couldn't stop her". After multiple attempts 
to advise Martha what was going on, she 
turned away from us and started to walk 
away at a brisk pace. I advised her if she 
continued walking away from us, she would 
be charged with a crime for not identifying 
herself to us, and disorderly conduct. She 
continued walking away, and on the third 
attempt to stop her I advised 511 we are 
arresting her now. I got in front of her, as 
511 grabbed her hands to place in 
handcuffs and she began attempting to 
shake 511 off of her. 

Martha then began yelling "rape" loudly, and 
attempting to shake us off. We then 
escorted Martha to the ground, without 
injury to her, and advised her to place her 
hands behind her back. She continued to 
resist us by folding her hands in front of her.

Me and 511 managed to get her in 
handcuffs, when Martha became compliant. 
We advised to have EMS to come check 
Martha out, as she was making very 
random statements that did not make 
sense, and was acting very hysterical. EMS 
came to check out Martha with 511, while I 
went back to the Brickhouse to obtain 
witness statements of her actions. The 
waitress advised me she had actually not 
thrown food, but turned to cough and 
dropped a chicken wing. The waitress then 
confronted Martha, and asked her nicely to 
pick up the chicken wing, when Martha 
became very disorderly, stating Martha got 
into her face and screaming at her. 

After obtaining witness statements, I 
returned to the department, and was 
advised Martha was being charged with 
disorderly conduct 2917.11, Obstructing 
official business 2921.31A, Failure to 
disclose 2921.29A, and Resisting arrest 
2921.33A. 511 then transported Martha to 
Mahoning County Jail, and I cleared.



Ptl. Peterman 512
4/5/2019




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Saturday, March 30, 2019
08:49 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003121
Traffic
100 Blk. E. Ohio Ave.


CITED: Jacquelynn Wilson (AGE 19)
512 Valley Rd. Salem, OH 44460

OVI (SFST)               ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(a)  
BOND $500.00
Two Headlights Required  ORC 4511.14(A)




ARRESTED: Justin Hawk (AGE 39)
512 Valley Rd. Salem, OH 44460

Obstructing Official Business / ORC 
2921.31(A) / Bond: $1,000.00
Disorderly Conduct w/ Persist / ORC 
2917.11(E) / Bond: $500.00



On 3/26/219 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop resulting in the arrest of the driver and 
passenger.

Ptl. Scott #506
03/27/2019


On 03/26/2019 at 10:55pm while on patrol 
in a marked police cruiser I Ptl. Scott 
observed a Volkswagen beetle bearing 
Ohio registration GMA9371 traveling north 
on N. 15th St. with its driver side headlight 
out. The vehicle then turned east onto E. 
Ohio Ave. I then positioned my cruiser 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle in the 100 block of E. Ohio 
Ave. in front of the police station.

I exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and informed the driver later 
identified as Jacquelynn L. Wilson as to 
why I had stopped her and requested her 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance. Jacquelynn appeared very 
sluggish and was overly talkative and talked 
around of questions when she asked them. 
Jacquelynn provided me with her license 
but was unable to provide me with her 
registration or proof of insurance.

I could smell a faint odor of an alcoholic 
beverage I asked Jacquelynn if she 
consumed any alcoholic beverages prior to 
driving in which Jacquelynn stated that she 
did not. Also while talking to Jacquelynn I 
noticed that her eyes had a very slow 
reaction when light was near her eyes. 
Jacquelynn later stated she consumed 4 
beers earlier in the day.

I then asked if the passenger later identified 
as Justln A. Hawk had a license and if so 
could I could see it. Justin stated "What the 
fuck for?" I told Justin that he did not have 
to give me his license but Justin then 
handed me an Ohio Identification card. 
Justin started to scream and yell 
obscenities at me and appeared to be 
extremely hostile. I then ran both individuals 
information and requested my other unit.

Ptl. Peterman then arrived on scene and 
Ptl. Peterman stood by the vehicle to watch 
Justin while I had Jacquelynn step out of 
her vehicle for field sobriety, Justin was 
given multiple orders to stay in the vehicle 
while the field sobriety was being conducted 
and to also stop screaming.

I then had Jacquelynn stand straight up with 
her hands to her side and feet together 
while I checked for a resting nystagmus, 
equal pupil size, and equal tracking. 
Jacquelynn did not have a resting 
nystagmus in either eye, both of her pupils 
were of equal size, and both of her eyes 
tracked equally. I then gave Jacquelynn the 
instructions for the first test which was the 
horizontal gaze nystagmus and once I 
finished giving the instructions I asked 
Jacquelynn if she understood in which 
Jacquelynn stated that she understood. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, Distinct and sustained 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Jacquelynn stand straight up with her 
hands to her side and her right foot in front 
of her left foot and to stay in that position 
while I gave the instructions. Once I gave 
the instructions I asked if Jacquelynn 
understood in which Jacquelynn stated that 
she did understand. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Can't balance 
during instructions, did not touch heel to 
toe, stepped off of line, used arms to 
balance, improper turn, and wrong number 
of steps.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Jacquelynn to stand straight up 
with her hands to her side and her feet 
together while I gave the instructions, once I 
gave the instructions I asked Jacquelynn if 
she understood in which Jacquelynn stated 
that she did understand. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, and Jacquelynn put her foot down 
three times resulting in the test ending.

I then instructed Jacquelynn to stand 
straight up with her hands to her side and 
her feet together and to close eyes tilt her 
head back and to estimate the time of 30 
seconds and when finished to put her head 
down and tell me stop, I had Ptl. Peterman 
use his stop watch for this observation 
which was the modified Romberg. 
Jacquelynn completed this in 12 seconds 
and while doing so Jacquelynn swayed 
back and forth, to be noted this is an 
observation and not a clue.

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Jacquelynn in custody 
for suspicion of OVI. At this time Justin 
began to scream and yell and then exited 
the vehicle. Justin was warned prior to 
cease his hostile behavior multiple times as 
well as being told to stay in the vehicle. 1 
then placed Justin in custody for obstruction 
and disorderly conduct with persistence. I 
had to physically control Justin and put him 
against the vehicle to place him into hand 
restraints due to Justin being belligerent.

Jacquelynn and Justin were read their 
rights by Ptl. Peterman and placed into 
separate cruisers. The vehicle was 
inventoried and towed to 10 N. 12th St. by 
Springer's Towing. Jacquelynn and Justin 
were transported to the station were 
Jacquelynn was read the BMV 2255 form 
which she signed.

Jacquelynn was issued a citation for two 
headlights required and OVI which she 
signed. Jacquelynn refused chemical 
testing and was informed that her license 
was under an Administrative license 
suspension and her license was ceased. 
Jacquelynn was processed and was given a 
recognizance bond of $500 dollars for OVI 
in which Jacquelynn signed. Jacquelynn 
received copies of all three documents 
listed above.

Justin remained belligerent the entire time 
and argued with officers and Jacquelynn 
once back at station. Justin was given a 
recognizance bond of $1,500 for 
Obstruction of Official Business and 
Disorderly Conduct with Persistence. Justin 
refused to comply with finger prints and 
photographs and singed his recognizance 
bond with "FUCK OFF" with a smiley face.

Jacquelynn and Justin were both given 
copies of their bonds and advised of their 
mandatory court appearance on 03/28/2019 
at 9:OOam for Mahoning County Court #3 
and then released to a valid and sober 
driver.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/27/2019



I, Ptl. Peterman, arrvied on scene with Ptl. 
Scott at 2259. On arrival, I spoke to Scott, 
who states that Jacquelyn was speaking 
very slowly, and forgetting what she said. 
Scott pulled Jacquelyn out of the vehicle for 
a field sobriety test, while I spoke to Justin 
Hawk, who was becoming increasingly 
belligerent, stating we "had no right to hold 
him", and that he was going to leave. 

I looked over to see the progress of the field 
sobriety test, and at this time pf the test, 
observed Jacquelyn attempting to balance 
her foot in front of her causing her to nearly 
fall several times. It is also noted during the 
head tilt and count test, I observed, and 
counted that Jacquelyn counted only to 12 
seconds in actual time, according to my 
watch, and noted she was having issues 
balancing her body properly. 

Right as I spoke to and calmed Justin 
down, Scott determined Jacquelyn was 
under the influence of a substance or 
alcohol, and was placed under arrest for 
OVI 4511.19, At the same time, Justin 
became extremely violent toward us and 
cursing at us. We attempted to calm Justin 
down, when at the same time he began 
walking toward us from the side of the car in 
a threatening manner. Me and k-3 Scott 
decided to place Justin Hawk under arrest 
for Obstructing justice 2921.31, and 
disorderly conduct with persistence 
2917.11. 

We placed Jacquelyn in my cruiser, and I 
read Jacquelyn her miranda rights, she 
stated back to me she did understand her 
rights, and when me and Ptl Scott spoke to 
her she then admitted to us directly that she 
"had a few drinks tonight". 

We then read Justin Hawk his miranda 
rights, to which he started shouting 
obscenities at us.

We then transported both individuals back 
to SEBRING POLICE STORY, and began 
paperwork for their charges. Jacquelyn was 
starting to become disorderly toward us by 
refusing to speak to us in a normal setting. 
Justin also remained belligerent the entire 
time, as Me and Ptl Scott maintained our 
professional composure.




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003124 
Traffic
700 Block of W. Ohio 


CITED: Caleb Hupp (AGE 21)
170 W. Wayne St. Alliance, OH 44601

OVI (SFST)               ORC 4511.19A1a / 
Bond: $500.00
Two Headlights Required  ORC 4513.14A




On 03/28/2019 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of driver.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/28/2019


On 03/28/2019 I Ptl. Scott while in a marked 
police cruiser was traveling east on W. Ohio 
Ave. when I observed a black Chrysler 
Sebring bearing Ohio registration HSK9935 
traveling west with the driver side head light 
out. I performed a U-turn and initiated a 
traffic stop in the 700 block of W. Ohio Ave.

I exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver and informed the driver later 
identified as Caleb Rupp of the reason for 
the stop and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received his driver's license. I could 
instantly smell a strong odor of burnt 
marijuana. I asked Caleb and his passenger 
if they had smoked any marijuana prior to 
driving to which Caleb said yes he smoked 
in the vehicle in Alliance prior to driving to 
the Circle K in Sebring. Caleb appeared to 
be under the influence. Caleb had dilated 
pupils, droopy eyes, slow movement, and 
laughed at random times even through field 
sobriety.

I had Caleb exit his vehicle and I turned my 
front over head lights off and had Caleb 
stand in front of my cruiser while I checked 
for equal pupil size, equal tracking, and a 
resting nystagmus. Caleb did not have a 
resting nystagmus, both of his eyes tracked 
equally, and both of his pupils were of equal 
size.

There were no clues for the Horizontal 
Gaze Nystagmus. The next test was the 
walk and turn and I had Caleb stand up with 
his hands to his sides and his right foot in 
front of his left foot while I began to explain 
the instructions once I explained the 
instructions I asked Caleb if he understood 
in which Caleb stated that he did 
understand. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: stopped while walking, 
stepped off the line, used arms to balance, 
and improper turn.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Caleb to stand straight up with 
his feet together and his hands to his side 
while I gave him instructions and once I was 
finished I asked Caleb if he understood in 
which Caleb stated that he did understand. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Swayed while balancing, 
used arms to balance, and put his foot 
down.

I performed the lack of convergence test 
which only shows observations and not 
clues. I observed a lack of convergence in 
Caleb's right eye. Based on the test results 
and my experience I placed Caleb in 
custody for suspicion of OVI and read him 
his rights and placed Caleb in the rear of 
marked unit 303. The vehicle was 
inventoried and towed to Springer's Towing.

Caleb and his passenger were transported 
to the police department where the 
passenger obtained a ride from his 
grandmother. Caleb was read the BMV 
2255 form in which he signed and also 
consented to chemical testing in this case a 
urine test was requested which was 
collected by Ptl. Peterman and was secured 
and sealed and placed into the squad room 
refrigerator.

Caleb was processed and given a citation 
two headlights required ORC 4513.14A and 
OVI ORC 4511.19A1a in which Caleb 
signed. Caleb was given a recognizance 
bond of $500 for the OVI offense. Caleb 
received copies of all of the above 
mentioned documents and was notified of 
his mandatory court appearance for 
03/28/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3. Caleb's 
license was returned to him pending on the 
urine test results and was given a courtesy 
transport to his residence 170 W.
Wayne St. Alliance, OH 44601 by Ptl. 
Peterman.


Ptl. Scott #506 

03/28/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003118
Traffic
21 st Johnson Rd. near Rt. 62 W



CITED: Debra Phillips (AGE 62)
346 N. 12th St. Sebring, OH

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 3/26/2019 at 4:57pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st Johnson Rd. facing west when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 50mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. just before the 
intersection of Route 62. The vehicle was a 
Black 2017 Kia Soul bearing Ohio 
registration EDK2635.

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Debra 
Phillips.

I wrote Debra a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Debra a court date 
of 03/28/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Debra 
signed the citation I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
3/26/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003129 
Traffic
S. 15th St. / Texas Ave.


CITED: Jason Koval (AGE 41)
836 S. 13th St. Apt. 12 Sebring, OH 44672

Epired OLN   SCO 335.01



On 03/29/2019 at 2:10am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a 2007 
blue Chevrolet 4s Ohio registration 
(HLW4138). I performed a random 
registration check and was advised by 
dispatch that the registered owner Jason 
Koval has an expired liccnse that has been 
expired since January of 2019. 

I activated the overhead lights on marked 
unit #304 and initiated a traffic stop on S. 
15th St. near Texas Ave. I identified the 
driver as Jason Koval. I informed Jason that 
his license was expired and issued a traffic 
citation for Expired OLN SCO 335.01 and 
gave Anthony a court date of 04/04/2019 at 
9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal 
appearance required since Jason did not 
have proof of insurance.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/29/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003130 
TRAFFIC
E Maryland Ave near N 14th St, Sebring, 
Ohio 44672


CITED: Peter Prince (AGE 31)
925 South Liberty, Alliance, Ohio 44601

Driver's License: None   SCO 335.01


On Friday, March 29, 201 9,I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting a business 
check at Circle K, 205 E Ohio Avenue. I 
observed a late model red Chevrolet truck, 
bearing Ohio registration HSL1162, pull into 
the parking lot and performed a random 
registration check through dispatch. 
Dispatch advised the registered owner, 
Peter Prince, did not have a valid driver's 
license. The vehicle subsequently pulled 
out of the parking lot and proceeded north 
on N 14th St.

I followed the vehicle in marked unit #303 
and after turning west onto E Maryland Ave, 
activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle came to a 
complete stop just west of N 14th St. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Peter Prince, I identified myself and 
informed Prince of the reason for the stop. 
Prince produced docuinentation stating he 
had fulfilled his reinstatement requirelnents 
but had failed to procure a valid license 
from the Ohio BMV.

Prince was issued traffic citation #031560 
for SCO 335.01 Driver License: None and 
informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 0900. Prince 
was unable to provide proof of insurance 
and was instructed to bring proof with him 
to court.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.29.2019




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PUBLISHED 9:45AM MARCH 30, 2019
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Wednesday, March 27, 2019
10:17 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003110
Stop Sign Violation / Dus / Fict Plates
N. Johnson Rd & W Ohio Ave


CITED: James Bell (AGE 19)
351 E. Main St, Quaker City 43773

Stop Sign Violatioin     313.01
License Forfeiture Susp  335.074
Fictitious Plates        335.11A1


DATE 3/24/2019

On this date at 1744 Hrs. While on patrol in 
the Village of Sebring, Mahoning County I 
observed a white Volkswagen Passat 
traveling South on N. Johnson Rd at W. 
Ohio Ave. I observed the suspect vehicle 
failed to stop for the legally erected stop 
sign at the intersection of N. Johnson Rd 
and W. Ohio Ave. I stopped the vehicle on 
N. Johnson Rd in the parking lot of the 
Sebring Trophy Shop. 

I identified the driver as one John James 
Bell of 351 E. Main St in Quaker City Ohio. I 
advised Mr. Bell of the reason for the stop 
and he advised that he wasn't paying 
attention and he was looking down and 
wasn't even sure where the intersection 
was. 

After checking thru Leads it was found that 
Mr. Bell's operator's license was under a 
License Forfeiture Suspension. It was also 
found that the vehicle belonged to Charles 
J. Hope of St. Clairvilles Ohio. Mr. Bell also 
advised me that the plates to a Audi and the 
Mr. Hope put the plates on the vehicle. 
Dispatch confirmed this statement. 

Springer's Towing was dispatched to 
remove the vehicle and Mr. Bell was cited 
for Stop Sign Violation, Fictitious Plates, 
and Driving under a License Forfeiture 
Suspension and he was advised to appear 
in Mcc # 3 on 3/28/19 at 9am.



Res. Sgt. S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003102 
Traffic 
21 st Johnson Rd. near Rt. 62 W


CITED: Judy Warrick (AGE 41)
345 W. Maryland Ave. Sebring OH 44672

Speeding   333.03 ORD




On 3/23/2019 at 12:30pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling north on 21St Johnson Rd. just 
past Grandview cemetery when I observed 
a vehicle traveling South on the same road 
approach at a high rate of speed. I turned 
on my moving radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 51 mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Red 2014 Chrysler Town and 
Country bearing Ohio registration 
FHM9029. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Judy 
Warrick.

I wrote Judy a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Judy a court date 
of 03/28/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Judy 
signed the citation I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515
3/23/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 3-22-19
Case No.: 19003095
Traffic
286 E. Vermont Ave


CITED:  Daniel Neidig (AGE 58)
286 E. Vermont Ave Sebring, OH 44672

Speeding   333.03 ORD



On 3/22/2019 at 12:08pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at the intersection of Vermont 
Ave. and N. 12th St. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling south on N. 12th St. at the 
intersection Wisconsin Ave. approach at a 
high rate of speed. I turned on my handheld 
lidar and clocked the vehicle going 55mph 
in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on N. 
12th St until it reached Vermont Ave. and 
then turned right onto Vermont Ave. and I 
turned around and positioned my self 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop. The vehicle then stopped and pulled 
into his driveway 286 E. Vermont Ave. 

The vehicle was a Gray 1984 GMC Sierra 
bearing Ohio registration FGW3071. As I 
was getting ready to get out of my cruiser 
the male driving the truck later identified 
Daniel Neidig got out of his vehicle and 
started yelling at me and walking back 
towards my cruiser. I then told Daniel to get 
away from my door and to sit back in his 
truck. At this point Daniel continued to yell 
and swear at me. 

I then told dispatch that I needed another 
unit to the address. As Det. Redfern was in 
route Daniel finally complied and said he 
was sorry and that he didn't listen because 
he was off his medications for bipolar and 
anger management problems.

Daniel then sat back in the driver seat. I 
informed Daniel of the reason for the stop 
and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration.

Det. Redfern arrived on scene and I 
informed him what had happened and that I 
was ok.

I wrote Daniel a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Daniel a court date 
of 03/22/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Daniel 
signed the citation I provided him with a 
copy and then both units cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
3/22/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT 3/21/2019
Case No.: 19003092 
Criminal 
SPD


ARRESTED: Dylan Ross (AGE 22)
17929 Leffingwell Road, Berlin Center

Marijuana Possession    513.03   BOND 
$150.00



On 03/21/19 I responded to the American 
Legion 395 W California Ave for a report of 
drug use in the parking lot.

Upon arrival I was met in the parking lot by 
the caller Joe Amabeli who was standing 
near the entrance with Dylan Joseph Ross. 
Joe told me he caught Dylan smoking 
marijuana in the parking lot in his vehicle. 
Dylan admitted to me that this was true and 
handed me a small burnt "roach" we 
smelled strongly of burnt Marijuana. Dyaln 
told me it was Marijuana and also gave me 
several other roaches from his vehicle all of 
them were burned but they still had small 
amounts of burnt Marijuana in them. I asked 
Dylan if he anything else in his vehicle and 
he said no and I could search if I wanted to. 

I searched the vehicle and found 7 bags of 
crumbs appearing to be from chocolate of 
some kind.

Dylan advised to me they were left overs of 
edible Marijuana brownies and he forgot 
they were in the vehicle. I also recovered a 
32 count box of zig zag rolling papers which 
Dylan admitted he uses for marijuana. No 
fresh Marijuana was recovered. The above 
mentioned items were confiscated and due 
to the fact I did not have an MM cite book 
with me I got Dylan's information and 
advised him he could pick up his citation 
tomorrow 03/22/19 for drug possession 
(Marijuana) SCO 513.03. Dylan advised he 
would come pick it up as soon as he get off 
work tomorrow. 

During this incident I did not see Dylan in 
his car however he admitted he had driven 
to the legion before smoking. I advised 
Dylan that he was obviously under the 
influence of Marijuana at this time and 
would not be allowed to drive his vehicle.

Dylan called for a ride and left without 
incident. I then cleared. 

Until Dylan is served his citation the case 
will be pending.



Ptl. Brindack 507
03/21/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-003080 
DATE: 03/19/2019 17:56:00



REPORTING OFFICER: Redfern, Jr., Chad 
BADGE NO.: 504


DATE: 03/19/2019 17:56

On 03/19/2019, I went to the circle K and 
requested to view footage from the incident. 
I arrived on location and spoke to Crystal 
Black who, advised that she got a prepaid 
credit card to pay some bills online and she 
noticed that the card was nearly maxed out. 
Crystal advised that she went on the online 
account and noticed that there were 
transactions that she did not make on the 
card. Crystal advised that there was an 
ATM withdraw, Atm Fee, and another ATM 
Fee for a declined transaction. 

I obtained the copies of the statements and 
the times of the transactions. I asked Crstal 
if she had anyone in mind who would have 
carried out such a heinous act against a 
handy capped elderly woman and she 
advised that her caregiver who lives at the 
house has a boyfriend whom is living with 
them and she believes it was him, who 
Crystal identified as Joshua Reed. Crystal 
advised that her caregiver has the pin 
number because her caregiver assisted 
setting the card up, but has never had 
permission to use the card. Crystal advised 
that she would like to see criminal charges 
brought forward in this case. Crystal is at a 
loss of $45.95 total due to this incident.

K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/19/2019 18:40

On 03/19/2019, I went to the circle K and 
requested to view footage from the incident. 
I observed Joshua Reed walk up to the 
ATM at the same time that Crystal's card 
had the unauthorized charges on it. I 
observed Joshua take money from the 
machine and then attempted to use the 
card again and did not receive money. Josh 
then left the store.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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DATE: 03/19/2019 19:01

On 03/19/2019, I made contact with Sgt. 
Kelm to request that I seek approval from 
the prosecutor for a Felony warrant for 
Theft of a credit card and M1 Misuse of a 
credit card. Request was approved and this 
case will be forwarded to Prosecutor 
Tolson.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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DATE: 03/19/2019 19:03

On 03/19/2019, Kimberly Ames arrived on 
station and advised that she was Joshua's 
mother and she wanted to confirm that the 
male in the video was Joshua. Kimberly 
advised that Joshua likes to blame alot of 
events on his twin brother and she would 
like to see Joshua held accountable for his 
actions if he committed a crime. 

I brought Kimberly back to the squad room 
and showed her the footage and she 
advised that the male in the video was 
Joshua Reed and not his twin.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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DATE: 03/20/2019 19:48

On 03/19/2019, Joshua Reed came to 
station and I brought him back to the 
interview room. I read Joshua his rights and 
asked him about the incident. Joshua 
advised that he went to the dollar store in 
Beloit to get Crystal Black a pre paid card 
and he gave it to Crystal and has not 
touched it since.

Joshua advised that she never gave him 
permission and he has never used it. 
Joshua observed the video and advised 
that it was him in the video, but he used his 
own personal cards not crystals. When 
asked, Joshua advised that he did not know 
why it shows that he was using the ATM the 
same time Crystals card was being used. I 
asked Joshua to write a statement and he 
refused stating that he can not write.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/20/2019 19:51

On 03/19/2019, While at Circle K reviewing 
footage, Joshua Reed came to the store to 
inquire if he was being charged for the card. 
The Circle K manager stated that he keeps 
coming into the store bothering them and 
making them feel uncomfortable due to this 
incident and the firearm situation last 
month. 

I advised the manager to issue a Notice of 
Restriction. Joshua Reed was advised while 
in the presence of officers that he is no 
longer wanted on Circle K property. 

I then added to Joshua if he is on the 
property or if he attempts to harrass the 
employees of Circle K that he would be 
charged accordingly.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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DATE: 03/21/2019 12:41


On 03/21/2019, Prosecutor Tolson 
approved the following charges against 
Joshua Reed:

F5 Theft ORC 2913.71

M1 Misuse of a Credit Card ORC 2913.21


Warrants will be issued and this case will be 
closed.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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DATE: 03/21/2019 12:45


On 03/21/2019 at 10:53 I Ptl. Scott served 
warrants for the individual involved in this 
incident. Joshua G. Reed was arrested at 
his residence 246 E. Ohio Ave. for two 
active warrants, Theft of a Credit Card F-5, 
and Misuse of credit cards M-1. Joshua was 
transported to the police department and 
processed and was given a chance to post 
a bond in the amount of $3,750 but was 
unable to do so.

Joshua was then transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail by Ptl. Peterman.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/22/2019


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003081
Warrant
246 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, Oh


ARRESTED: Joshua Reed (AGE 20)
246 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, Oh

(Warrant) Theft of Credit Card    ORC 
2913.71  Bond $2,500.00
(Warrant) Misuse of Credit Cards  ORC 
2913.21  Bond $1,250.00




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-003054 
DATE: 0311 212019 22:47:00


DATE: 03/12/2019 22:47:00

On 03/12/2019, I was dispatched to the 
area of 12th street in reference to a repo 
attempt gone bad.

I arrived in the area and found a maroon in 
color ford focus standing erect in a ditch 
and several cars parked in a parking lot a 
few houses down with several people 
standing outside the vehicle arguing. 

I got out of my cruiser and was bombarded 
by John Tuel, Timothy Tuel, and Donald 
Burns who were all three yelling at me at 
once. I ordered the males to cease and 
desist and to one at a time tell me what 
happened. Timothy and John on several 
occasions while attempting to conduct my 
investigation as to what transpired began 
screaming obscenities at another male 
whom was standing in the background 
further up near his house whom was 
identified as Richard Rice Jr. 

After several times of asking all parties 
involved for identification whom ignored me 
and continued arguing all parties were 
advised once more to cease and desist. 
Timothy Tuel then continued to make 
remarks but did subsequently
walk away.

>From the general consensus from the 
three men is they were attempting to rep0 a 
vehicle while it was on West Pennsylvania 
Avenue. Richard Rice then got in the 
vehicle while they were attempting to get it 
and took off towards his house, and 
Timothy Tuel pursued the vehicle in a 
maroon focus that was in the ditch, while 
John Tuel and Donald Burns pursued them 
in a white minivan. The three rep0 men 
advised that maroon focus tried getting in 
front of the Richard Rice to stop him and 
was ran off of the road. Richard Rice then 
continued to his residence and placed the 
vehicle in his garage and they all called 
911.

I then spoke to Richard Rice whom advised 
that he was at his rental property at 366 
West Pennsylvania avenue doing 
renovations and when he was leaving the 
residence there were three unidentified men 
who were approaching him in regular 
clothing and plain vehicles. Yelling at him 
and stated they were taking his car with out 
advising that they were from a repossession 
company.

Richard advised that the males got into his 
face and "bumped" him which he took as a 
threat.

Richard advised that he hopped in the car 
and started the ignition and then the men 
got in front of the vehicle. Richard advised 
that then the men tried to get in the car so 
he drove through his bushes and onto the 
roadway to get away and proceeded to his 
residence on south 12th street. Richard 
advised that the men got into their plain 
vehicles and pursued him. Richard advised 
that as he approached the intersection of 
Pennsylvania avenue and North 15th 
Street, the men in the cars rammed him in 
the rear. 

Richard advised that he proceeded down 
East Pennsylvania Avenue towards 12th 
Street when the lead car attempted a "pit 
maneuver" twice once on each side of the 
vehicle. Richard advised that once he got to 
12th Street they rammed his car again. 
Richard advised that as he was traveling 
down 12th street, the lead car tried to get in 
front of him and cut him off and in his 
attempts of doing so he lost control and 
went into the ditch. Richard advised that he 
proceeded to his house which was a few 
houses down and retreated into the garage. 
Richard advised that then the police arrived.

I made contact with the Ohio State Highway 
Patrol and requested them to handle the 
crash report.

I observed the damage that was on the 
vehicles. There was front end damage on 
the ford focus and there was superficial 
damage on all four corners of the equinox 
and on the rear of the equinox. I instructed 
Ptl. Peterman to photograph the vehicles 
and I then went to where the call allegedly 
originated in the 300 block of West 
Pennsylvania Avenue. I arrived and 
observed several ruts in the yard as well as 
a vehicle path through the bushes. The 
damage and the scene was consistent to 
that of Richard Rice's story.

OSP arrived and Sgt. Brown from post 50 
arrived and advised that this situation was 
not an accident it was malicious act and the 
state would not accept an OH1 for the 
incident. OSP then cleared, and advised 
that the I needed to be conscious of a 
violation of section 4503.30 which is a 
misuse of dealer plates. 

I then went back to the active scene and 
springers arrived to tow the vehicle from the 
ditch. Statements were obtained. I advised 
all parties to separate for the evening and 
that the company taking control of the 
vehicle was a civil issue and we would not 
be involved in the transfer.

I asked John and Tim why has this situation 
elevated to this versus just taking Richard 
to court and John replied that its a lengthily 
and expensive process and this is easier 
but no vehicle is worth someones life.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/14/2019 15:23

On 03/14/2019, I spoke with Investigator 
Ragan from the Ohio BMV whom advised 
that there was never a rep0 title issued or a 
request to obtain a rep0 title that would be 
needed to repossess a vehicle.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/15/2019 15:44

On 03/15/2019, I went to the residence of 
Richard Rice on South 12th Street whom 
advised that he just got home from a long 
night at the emergency room. I asked 
Richard if he wanted this case to be 
presented to the Prosecutors Office and he 
advised that he did. I did obtain a medical 
release of Richards medical records. I then 
cleared.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/15/2019 15:44

I obtained all of Richards medical records 
from the incident. 


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/15/2019 15:46

On 03/15/2019, This case will be forwarded 
to Prosecutor Tolson for review.


K9 Det. Redfern 504


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DATE: 03/21/2019 13:26

After review, On 03/21/2019, Prosecutor 
Tolson approved the following:

Timothy Tuel

-Felonious Assault
-Attempted Theft of a Motor Vehicle
-Aggravated Menacing
-Reckless Operation
-Failure to Control
- Display of placards issued to 
manufacturers, dealers or distributors.
- Display of placards issued to 
manufacturers, dealers or distributors.


John Tuel

-Attempted Theft of a Motor Vehicle
-Aggravated Menacing
-Reckless Operation
- Display of placards issued to 
manufacturers, dealers or distributors.


Donald Burns

-Attempted Theft of a Motor Vehicle
-Aggravated Menacing


Warrants will be issued through MCC#3. 
This case will be closed.



K9 Det. Redfern 504



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DATE: 03/21/2019 14:29

On 03/21/2019 I Ptl. Scott started my shift 
and served the warrants that were issued to 
the individuals involved in this incident. 

John Tuel was arrested at his residence for 
a warrant consisting of the following 
charges: Attempted Grand Theft of a Motor 
Vehicle F-5 and Aggravated Menacing M-1. 
John posted a $3,750 bond through Sly Bail 
Bonds and was released.

Timothy Tuel was contacted and came to 
the police department where he was 
arrested for a warrant consisting of the 
following charges: Felonious Assault F-2, 
Attempted Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle 
F-5, and Aggravated Menacing M-1. 
Timothy was transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail to be held without bond by Ptl. 
Peterman.

Donald Burns also came to the police 
department where he was arrested for a 
warrant consisting of the following charges: 
Attempted Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle 
F-5 and Aggravated Menacing M-1.  Donald 
posted a $3,750 bond through Sly Bail 
Bonds and was released. 

Timothy Tuel's Concealed Carry Permit was 
confiscated after contacting Stark County 
S.O.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003084
Traffic
S. 15th St. I California Ave.


CITED: David Rinehart (AGE 42)
127 E. Florida Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

DUS   SCO 335.07



On 03/19/2019 at 11:19pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a male 
I knew to be David Rinehart, who is 
suspended, at Circle K at the gas pump in 
the driver's seat of a vehicle. I then ran 
David's driving status to double check and 
at this time David pulled out of the parking 
lot traveling west on E. Ohio Ave.

Dispatch then advised me David was 
suspended. I then initiated a traffic stop on 
S. 15th St. and California Ave. The vehicle 
was a 2001 blue Honda 4 door bearing 
Ohio registration GMA3027. I exited my 
cruiser and approached the vehicle and 
made contact with David Reinhart and 
requested his driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which David was 
unable to provide me with. I informed David 
that his license was suspended and had 
David exit the vehicle.

A smoking pipe with ash inside of it and 
odor of burnt marijuana coming from the 
ash was observed near the driver's seat of 
the vehicle were David was sitting. The pipe 
was confiscated and logged into evidence.

The vehicle was then searched and then 
towed by Springer's to N. 10 12th St. and 
David received a citation for DUS SCO 
335.07 for MCC#3 on 03/28/2019 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance 
required.

David signed his citation and was provided 
with a copy and was then released.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/20/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003077
Traffic
S Johnson Rd @ E Oregon


CITED: Kara Zeigler (AGE 25)
15221 Gaskill Dr Lot 25A, Alliance

Speed (49/35)   333.03



On 03/18/2019 I Officer Rober while 
patrolling in marked unit 301 on S Johnson 
Rd observed a sliver color car that 
appeared to be travelling above the posted 
speed limit of 35mph. I then activated the 
mounted radar unit located in car 301 and 
got a locked speed of 49mph in a posted 
35mph zone. 

I conducted a safe and cautionary U-turn 
and made a traffic stop of the vehicle in 
question. 

I then identified the driver as Kara Zeigler 
and asked if she knew why I was pulling her 
over. Kara stated that she was going too 
fast and that she got a speeding ticket a 
couple days ago for the same thing. I then 
went back to my patrol car and wrote a 
citation for speed. I then issued a citation 
for speed to Kara and gave her a court date 
of 04/04/2019 @ 0900hrs at MCC #3. Upon 
nothing further I cleared.



PTL J.Rober #511
03/18/2019




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Tuesday, March 19, 2019
09:40 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003067
Traffic/Criminal
400 Block of E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio


CITED: JUVENILE AGE 17
1086 S Johnson Rd, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Obedience to Traffic Control Device   SCO 
313.01
Turn Signal w/in 100 Feet             SCO 
331.14
Possession of Marijuana Paraphernalia 
SCO 513.121



ARRESTED: Gavin Shoffner (AGE 20)
546 W Maryland Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Underage Possession of Alcohol (M-1) 
ORC 4301.69(E)(1) BOND $1,250.00



On Saturday, March 16, 2019, Patrolman 
Marchionda performed a traffic stop which 
resulted in the arrest of the passenger for 
underage possession of alcohol and the 
issuance of a minor misdemeanor citation 
to the juvenile driver for possession of 
marijuana paraphernalia.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.16.2019


While conducting traffic enforcement in 
marked unit #301 on N 15th St at W Ohio 
Ave, I observed a blue Nissan SUV 
approach the intersection from the north. 
The blue Nissan rolled past the white line 
and came to a complete stop just short of 
the crosswalk. Once the vehicle came to a 
complete stop passed the white line, I 
observed the left turn signal then activate 
before the vehicle turned east onto E Ohio 
Ave. I pulled out from my location and 
began to follow the vehicle. As I neared the 
vehicle, I relayed the vehicle registration 
(Ohio GSC7769) through dispatch and was 
advised the vehicle came back to an LLC in 
Chardon, Ohio with no further information 
available.

As the vehicle cleared the intersection at E 
Ohio Ave and N 12th St, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle came to a complete 
stop in the 400 block of E Ohio Ave. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
JUVENILE (17, DOB 8/21/01), I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I could immediately smell a strong 
odor of marijuana coming from inside the 
vehicle. I asked her and her adult male 
passenger, identified as Gavin Shoffner, if 
there was any drugs or other contraband in 
the vehicle to which they stated there was 
not. I asked her if she had smoked 
marijuana prior to driving to which she 
stated she smoked half a bowl 
approximately two hours ago. After 
requesting and receiving both of their 
identification information, I returned to my 
marked patrol car to verify their licenses 
through dispatch.

Patrolman Scott arrived on scene at this 
time to which I informed him of the odor of 
marijuana coming from inside the vehicle 
and subsequently advised dispatch we 
would be conducting a probable cause 
vehicle search. Patrolman Reed arrived on 
scene at this time to assist as well.

While I approached the driver side of the 
vehicle, Patrolman Scott approached the 
passenger side. I instructed (JUVENILE) to 
turn the ignition off and to exit the vehicle. 
After visually verifying (JUVENILE) had no 
weapons on her person, I placed her in the 
backseat of marked unit #301 and advised 
she was detained pending further 
investigation. Patrolman Scott then placed 
Shoffner into the back seat of marked unit 
#304 and advised he was also being 
detained. Patrolman Scott informed me 
Shoffner had a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his person.

During the course of the probable cause 
vehicle search, Patrolman Scott discovered 
a green and clear glass "KZOO Glassworks 
Swirl Dab Rig" containing a brown wax like 
residue believed to be marijuana from a 
floral bag on the floor of the passenger side 
of the vehicle. Patrolman Scott also 
discovered a vape pen cartridge containing 
what appeared to be a brown oil like 
substance believed to be cannabis oil 
based on the odor. Both items were 
secured and placed in marked unit #301.

While searching the rear driver side of the 
vehicle, I discovered two 12 packs of 
Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea while only one 
contained 7 12oz cans which were later 
secured and placed in marked unit #301.

Although (JUVENILE) admitted to smoking 
marijuana earlier, she denied ownership of 
the dab rig. After speaking with 
(JUVENILE), I made contact with Shoffner 
in the back seat of marked unit #304. Upon 
opening the rear passenger door, I could 
smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from Shoffner and asked 
him about the ownership of the dab rig to 
which he denied ownership. Shoffner did 
not have an odor of marijuana coming from 
his person, only an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage.

Due to a mix up in communication and 
information, Patrolman Scott instructed 
Patrolman Reed to provide Shoffner with a 
courtesy transport to a friend's residence in 
Beloit. After Patrolman Reed provided this 
transport, he returned to the scene.


I instructed (JUVENILE) to exit the back 
seat of marked unit #301 and asked her if 
she would be willing to submit to 
standardized field sobriety tests based on 
observations and her admittance to 
smoking marijuana. (JUVENILE) submitted 
to SFSTs and due to inconclusive 
observations and insufficient clues, Stiilion 
was not placed under arrest for operating a 
vehicle while impaired by marijuana. 
However, due to admitting to smoking 
marijuana, I instructed (JUVENILE) to sit 
back in marked unit #301 and to make 
contact with her grandmother.

After placing (JUVENILE) back in marked 
unit #301, I noticed I was still in possession 
of Shoffner's identification which he had 
provided earlier. After taking a closer look of 
Shoffner's identification, it was pointed out 
by Patrolman Reed that Shoffner was in 
fact 20 years old and not of age to be 
consuming or in possession of alcohol. Both 
Patrolmen Scott and Reed advised Shoffner 
had stated to them the alcohol found in the 
vehicle was his. Patrolmen Scott and Reed 
cleared from the scene and proceeded to 
the residence Shoffner was transported to. 
At this time, I spoke to (JUVENILE)'s 
grandmother Beverly on the phone and 
informed her of the situation. I advised 
(JUVENILE)'s grandmother she could pick 
her granddaughter up at the SEBRING 
POLICE DEPARTMENT after she was 
provided a traffic and criminal minor 
misdemeanor citation.

Before transporting (JUVENILE) to the 
police station, I parked the blue Nissan SUV 
off the roadway so it could be retrieved at a 
later time. After arriving at the Sebring 
Police Dept, (JUVENILE), who was not in 
custody/handcuffed, was escorted to the 
squad room where she was issued traffic 
citation #031559 for SCO 313.01 
Obedience to Traffic Control Device and 
SCO 331.14 Signal Before Turning w/in 100 
feet. (JUVENILE) was also issued criminal 
minor misdemeanor citation #000858 for 
SCO 513.121 Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia. 

Patrolman Reed arrived on station at this 
time with Shoffner in custody and placed 
him in the intoxilyzer room. I explained to 
(JUVENILE) and her grandmother Beverly, 
the report and citations would be forwarded 
to the Mahoning County Juvenile Justice 
Center in Youngstown and they would 
receive information in the mail regarding her 
court appearance at a later date.

Following (JUVENILE)'s release to her 
grandmother, Patrolman Reed and I began 
processing Shoffner. Shoffner was 
fingerprinted, photographed and provided a 
recognizance of the accused bond of 
$1,250.00 for ORC 4301.69(E)(1) Underage 
Possession of Alcohol (M-1 ). Shoffner 
signed the recognizance of the accused, 
provided his copy and was informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, March 21, 
2019 at 0900. Before being released into 
the custody of his father who was waiting in 
the lobby, Shoffner asked if he could take 
the two 12 packs of Twisted Tea with him. I 
informed Shoffner he could not since they 
had been seized as evidence.

The "KZOO Glassworks Swirl Dab Rig," 
vape pen cartridge and two packs of 
Twisted Tea were photographed, logged 
and secured into evidence.

Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.16.2019



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On 03/16/2019 at approximately 00:10 
hours, I assisted Patrolmen Marchionda 
and Scott on a traffic stop in the 400 block 
of E. Ohio Avenue. After completing a 
probable cause search of the vehicle due to 
the odor of marijuana being present, it was 
decided that the vehicles passenger, 
identified by his Ohio Temporary Instruction 
Permit as Gavin Shoffner, would not be 
charged criminally and would instead be 
provide a courtesy escort to a residence on 
5th street in Beloit, directly across from the 
Country Gardens apartment complex.

I then provided Mr. Shoffner a courtesy 
transport in unit 303, and then immediately 
proceeded back to the scene of the traffic 
stop where patrolmen Marchionda and 
Scott were still with the minor female driver. 
Ptl. Scott then approached me to ask if I 
could take Mr. Shoffner back his Ohio 
Temporary Instruction Permit, seeing as he 
had not taken it with him.

After noting that the date of birth on Mr. 
Shoffners ID indicated that he had just 
turned 20 years old this past December, it 
was decided that he would be charged with 
underage possession of alcohol. 

Ptl. Scott and I then returned to the Beloit 
address where I had dropped Mr. Shoffner 
off at. Mr. Shoffner was then placed in 
handcuffs, which were spaced and double 
locked, and advised that he was being 
arrested for the aforementioned charge. Mr. 
Shoffner was then taken to the Sebring 
Police Dept where after booking and 
processing he was released on an Own 
recognizance bond.


Ptl. Reed #514



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On 03/16/2019 I Ptl. Scott assisted Ptl. 
Marchionda on a traffic stop for a probable 
cause vehicle search. The driver and 
passenger were detained and placed in 
separate cruisers. Marijuana paraphernalia 
was recovered along with two 12 packs of 
twisted tea beverages which contained 
alcohol which one case only contained 7 of 
those cans.

The driver was identified 17 years old and 
the passenger was identified as Gavin 
Schoffner 20 years old. The paraphernalia " 
Dab Rig" which contained a strong odor of 
marijuana and a vape pen cartridge which 
also contained a strong odor of marijuana 
were both secured in unit #301. 
(JUVENILE) admitted to smoking and an 
odor of marijuana was coming from her 
person. The passenger Gavin had a strong 
odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
his person and admitted that the twisted tea 
packs were his and stated he consumed 
one can earlier.

Due to miscommunication I instructed Ptl. 
Reed to take Gaven to a residence in 
Beloit. Upon Ptl. Reed returning Ptl. 
Marchionda advised he still had Gavin's 
Identification and it was at that time officers 
realized that Gavin was 20 years old. I then 
requested a Goshen unit to come to the 
address that Gavin was dropped off at due 
to it being out of the jurisdiction. I along with 
Ptl. Reed then went to the address and 
placed Gavin into custody for Underage 
Alcohol Possession ORC 4301.69(E)(1) M-
1.

Gavin was transported to the station as was 
the female, the female was not in custody. 
(JUVENILE) was released to her 
grandmother. Gavin was processed and 
was then given a recognizance bond 
$1,250 and was released to his father.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/16/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003072
TRAFFIC
N. 13th St. / E. Oregon Ave.


CITED: Brandon Sanor (AGE 33)
16970 Pine Lake Rd. Sebring, OH 44672

DUS SCO 335.07




On 03/17/2019 at 12:03am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser I observed a 
male at Circle K and ran their name which 
was identified as Brandon Sanor. By the 
time I received the information which 
dispatch advised me that Brandon was 
suspended, the vehicle had already pulled 
out on E. Ohio Ave, from Circle K.

I initiated a traffic stop on N. 13th St. and E. 
Oregon Ave. the vehicle was a 1994 
Chrysler 2 Door bearing Ohio registration 
HQQ4158. I approached the vehicle and 
informed Brandon that his driver's license 
was suspended. Brandon consented to a 
vehicle search which came up with negative 
results.

I then wrote Brandon traffic citation for DUS 
SCO 335.07 and gave Brandon a court date 
of 03/21/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required which 
Brandon signed and was given a copy to.

Brandon was allowed to park the vehicle at 
his grandmothers and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003073
Criminal
135 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring


ARRESTED:  Shayla Egnor (AGE 28)
836 S. 13th St. Sebring

Endangering Children 2919.22 $1,250.00


ARRESTED: James Poffenberger (AGE 40)
836 S. 13th St. Sebring

Endangering Children 2919.22 $1,250.00




On 3/17/2019 I was dispatched to 1066 S. 
15th St. for a child that was found.


Det. Kelm #505
3/17/2019

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Ronald McDonald. Ronald 
advised he believed the juvenile, later 
identified as (5YOA), had come from 
somewhere on the east side of 15th St. 
Ronald advised (JUVENILE) had his dog 
with him which was very protective of him. I 
had (JUVENILE) get into the back seat of 
my cruiser and call the dog in with him. I 
then transported (JUVENILE) to the police 
station. I spoke to D.O. Wheeler who 
advised Sgt. McDaniel had dealt with the 
same child on 3/16/2019 ref case# 
19003068. I was able to find a phone 
number for (JUVENILE)'s mother Shayla 
Egnor. I called the number and no one 
answered so I left a message. I then 
contacted Children's Services to advise 
them of the situation. While speaking to the 
case worker (JUVENILE)'s parents Shayla 
Engor and James Poffenberger came to the 
police station. 

Children's Services advised to release 
custody of (JUVENILE) to Shayla's mother 
Teresa Best, 2829 Farmdale Rd. Akron. 
Shayla advised her mother was already en 
route to the police station.

I then advised Shayla and James they were 
being placed under arrest for Endangering 
Children/2919.22 M-1. Both Shayla and 
James agreed to make written statements. 
James and Shayla both advised they were 
upstairs in their bedroom watching TV and 
(JUVENILE) was also in his room with his 
dog watching TV. Shayla advised while 
watching TV she fell asleep, when she 
woke up she went to check on (JUVENILE) 
and he was not in his room. Both James 
and Shayla then went downstairs to check 
on (JUVENILE) but he was nowhere to be 
found. They then advised they left to look 
for (JUVENILE) but could not find him. 
When they arrived back home they advised 
a neighbor told them an officer had just 
been there looking for them. At that time 
they went to the police station.

Shayla and James were photographed, 
fingerprinted, and released on $1,250 
recognizance bond.

They were advised of their court date at 
MCC#3 on 3/21/2019 at 0900hrs. 

Once all paperwork was completed James 
and Shayla were released. When Teresa 
got to the police station I then released 
(JUVENILE) to her. I then cleared without 
further incident.



Det. Kelm #505
3/17/2019



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POSTED 10:30AM MARCH 19 ,2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *

Sunday, March 17, 2019
09:37 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003065

Criminal
Circle K


ARRESTED:  Brittany Satterfield (AGE 27)
45 Oakwood Dr. Beloit, OH 44609

Marijuana Poss.       SCO 513.03
Marijuana Drug Para.  SCO 513.121


While at Circle K an employee came to me 
in reference to a customer that walked out 
moments ago and still in the parking lot. 
The employee stated that there was a 
female in the store that was "Tweaking 
Out". I then observed the female walking to 
the driver door of a vehicle at the gas pump.

I then approached the female informing her 
of the allegations and asked if she was 
under the influence of anything in which the 
female stated she took Sub-oxen an hour 
ago before she drove to Circle K. The 
female showed me a prescription for the 
sub-oxen. The female also showed signs of 
being under the influence, the female was 
paranoid and very talkative.

I then requested her driver's license and 
identified her as Brittany Satterfield. I asked 
Brittany if she would give consent for 
officers to search her vehicle in which 
Brittany gave consent. Ptl. Marchionda then 
arrived and searched the vehicle while I 
stood by with the female. Ptl. Marchionda 
found a small oval shaped container 
containing a wax like substance with an 
odor of marijuana and a pipe with the wax 
inside of it, the search then became a 
probable cause search and Brittany was 
detained until the end of the search.

The two items were confiscated and logged 
into evidence. Brittany admitted to the items 
being used to smoke the wax which 
contains THC but stated that it was not hers 
and she forgot it was in the vehicle. 

Once the search was done Brittany was 
given a two minor misdemeanor citations, 
one for Marijuana possession SCO 513.03 
and Marijuana Drug Possession SCO 
513.121 and was given a court date of 
03/21/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3. Brittany 
then signed both citations and was given 
copies and was then given a courtesy 
transport to her Uncle in Laws villa at 
Copeland Oaks where she was released.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/15/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003042
Criminal/Warraint Pickup
MCC#3


ARREST: Chance Beitler (AGE 23)
485 112 W. Oregon Ave. Sebring

Domestic Violence M-1   2919.25A


On Sunday, March 10, 2019, Patrolmen 
Scott, Marchionda and K9 Detective 
Redfern responded to the lobby of the 
Sebring Police reference a male at the 
dispatcher window with injuries.

Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.10.2019



Upon entering the lobby of the police 
department, we observed an intoxicated 
male standing at the window with a severe 
laceration above his left eye and the left 
side of his face covered in blood. The male, 
identified as Richard Beitler, informed 
officers he had been involved in a physical 
altercation at 206 W Oregon Ave with his 
son, Chance Beitler, who punched him and 
bloodied his face. 

Dispatch immediately toned out the Sebring 
Fire Department to respond to the police 
department. While waiting for Sebring FD to 
arrive, I retrieved a domestic violence 
packet after Richard stated he wanted to 
press charges and his son arrested for 
domestic violence.

I explained the necessary forms to Richard 
after which he provided his signature on the 
statement of complaint as well as the 
medical release and instructions for 
domestic violence. As Sebring FD medical 
personnel arrived, I asked Richard if he 
would be able to provide us with a written 
statement. Richard stated he couldn't spell 
or write too well at which point I offered for 
him to accompany me into the squad room 
where I could write everything he says while 
FD personnel attended to his injuries.

With the statement of complaint signed, 
Patrolman Scott and K9 Detective Redfern 
proceeded to 206 W Oregon Ave in an 
attempt to locate Chance.

After entering the squad room, I wrote out 
Richard's statement for him. I also obtained 
photographs of the injuries to Richard's face 
in addition to some minor bruising found on 
the left side of his rib cage. Richard stated 
his ribs hurt but didn't think they felt broken. 
Richard stated he was at Katie Hawk's 
residence at 206 W Oregon Ave and that 
his son Chance entered the residence and 
"blast him in the face" (sic). Richard stated 
he believes Chance attacked him because 
he told Chance he was done babysitting 
Chance's son and he believes Chance 
interpreted that to mean he was going to 
"abandon" the child. After writing out 
Richard's statement for him, he provided his 
signature to attest what he said was the 
truth. Sebring FD cleared from the police 
department and took Richard to Alliance 
Community Hospital for further medical 
treatment.

K9 Detective Redfern and Patrolman Scott 
advised they were unable to locate Chance 
at 206 W Oregon Ave and it was suggested 
by dispatch to check Richard's residence at 
485 1/2 W Oregon Ave. K9 Detective 
Redfern advised dispatch to send 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Office to 
Chance's mother's residence in Damascus 
(CCSO phoned the station approximately 
an hour afterwards to inform us they were 
unable to locate Chance). I cleared from the 
station and linked up with K9 Detective 
Redfern and Patrolman Scott and checked 
Richard's residence to which we were 
unable to locate Chance.

While on station, dispatch received a call 
from Chance's girlfriend's mother who 
resides at 226 W Oregon Ave and informed 
dispatch her daughter was at their 
residence. Patrolman Scott and I proceeded 
to 226 W Oregon Ave in an attempt to make 
contact with Katie. Contact was made with 
Katie who provided us consent to check the 
residence for Chance although she claimed 
she hadn't seen Chance since after the 
altercation with his father. Katie stated she 
tried to call his phone but he was not 
answering. After checking the residence, 
Katie did provide us with the name of one of 
Chance's friends who lives in Beloit. I 
advised dispatch to check for an address 
and to have an officer from Goshen PD 
check the residence there. Dispatch later 
advised Goshen PD was unable to locate 
Chance at the address provided by dispatch 
in Beloit.

At this time a statement of complaint 
reference ORC 2919.25A Domestic 
Violence (M-1) has been signed by the 
victim and an additional charge of ORC 
2903.12A1 Aggravated Assault (F-4) will be 
proposed to the prosecutor's office at a later 
date.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508




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On 3/14/2019 I was advised Chance Beitler 
had a warrant and was at Mahoning County 
Court #3. I responded to Court #3 and 
advised Chance of the warrant and served 
him his copy. I then transported Chance to 
the police station where he was processed, 
fingerprinted, and photographed. I then 
transported Chance back to Court #3 to be 
arraigned on one charge of Domestic 
Violence 2919.25A M-1 . I then cleared 
without incident.


Det. Kelm #505
03/14/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003053

Traffic
500th Block West Ohio Ave


CITED: Barbara Manley (AGE 55)
19925 N. Benton West Rd, North Benton 
OH 44449

Traffic Control Devices (Stop Sign)           
ORD 313.01
Expired/Fictitious Plates (Fictitious Plates) 
ORD 335.10



On 03/12/2019 at 1252hrs I was stationary 
at the intersection of West Ohio Ave and 
21St when I saw a silver in color Chevy 
SUV run through the stop sign. I then 
activated my emergency lights and 
conducted a traffic stop on the 500th block 
of West Ohio Ave.

I radioed in the plate information to dispatch 
and made contact with the driver, Barbara 
Manley. I requested Barbara's license, 
registration and proof of insurance. She 
provided the requested information and I 
began writing the citation. The vehicle 
registration came back to a 2013 Hyundai 
4s. I then requested Det. Kelm for 
assistance. I then also cited her for ORD 
313.01 Expired/Fictitious Plates. I informed 
the driver that her registration was not 
coming up to the vehicle she was driving 
and advised her to contact the BMV and the 
car dealership to update the information. 
Barbara was advised of her court date on 
03/21/2019 at 0900 hours and to bring proof 
of updated information. I then cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
03/12/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003051 

Traffic
600 block N14th street, Sebring, Oh 


ARRESTED: Dina Teagle (AGE 47)
755 Lake Park Blvd, Sebring, Ohio 44672

OVI            4511.19
Open Container 4301.62


On 03/11/2019, at approximately 23:40 
hours, while in marked unit #301, I was 
traveling southbound on 12th street at the 
intersection of E. Ohio Avenue, when I 
observed a northbound black Dodge 
Avenger sitting at the intersection for what 
appeared to be an abnormally long time. 
The vehicle then turned left, going 
westbound on Ohio Avenue, with me 
continuing southbound but then going right 
on Oregon Avenue and getting back onto 
Ohio Avenue at the intersection of 14th 
street. I again noticed this same vehicle, still 
traveling west on Ohio Avenue before 
turning right onto north 17th street. At this 
point I noticed that the vehicle was traveling 
into the opposite lane. The vehicle then 
turned left from 17th street, going into the 
alleyway north of the 300 block of W. 
Indiana, and pulling into the driveway of a 
residence there. I then went around the 
block briefly, and noticed that the vehicle 
had pulled out of the driveway that it was in.

As I pulled up to the intersection of N. 17th 
street and W. Virginia Avenue, I again 
noticed the same Dodge Avenger, this time 
east bound and approaching the 
intersection. I also noticed that the driver 
appeared to be the same as the one that I 
had seen at the intersection of 12th and 
Ohio. After the vehicle proceeded through 
the intersection, I noticed that it appeared to 
be driving erratically, slowing, then 
accelerating and weaving. 

I then called in for a registration check while 
continuing behind the vehicle, following it up 
to 15th street where it turned right onto 
Michigan Avenue. I then went around the 
block, and pulled up to the intersection of N. 
14th and Michigan. From this location, I 
observed the vehicle pull into a driveway of 
a residence on the 200 block of W. 
Michigan and then back out and proceed 
back westbound on E. Michigan. Upon the 
vehicle approaching my location at the 
intersection, I again noted that the driver 
appeared to be the same individual from my 
earlier observations. The vehicle then 
turning south onto N. 14th street. 

At this point the earlier requested 
registration check returned, indicating that 
the registered owned of the vehicle, Dina M. 
Teagle, had a warrant. Due to my 
observations of how the vehicle was driving 
indicating a possibly impaired driver, I 
decided to initiate a traffic stop.

Upon activating my overhead emergency 
lights, the vehicle appeared to come to a 
stop, but continued to slowly move 
foreword, eventually coming to a coming to 
a stop at the intersection of E. Virginia 
Avenue and N. 14th street. Upon making 
contact with the driver, I asked for her 
license, registration and proof of insurance. 
The driver, identified as Dina M. Teagle by 
her Ohio driver license, appeared to have 
somewhat slurred speech. After verifying 
her identity, I advised her that she had a 
warrant for her arrest and asked her to step 
out of the vehicle. Upon stepping out of the 
car, I noticed that Dina appeared unsteady 
on her feet. Due to her warrant, I advised 
her that I would be detaining her until it 
could be determined if the agency issuing 
the warrant wanted to pick her up.

Upon placing Ms. Teagle in handcuffs, 
which were spaced and double locked, I 
noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage 
emanating from her person. I then asked 
her if she had consumed any alcohol 
tonight, with her advising that she had not. I 
was then advised that Columbiana County 
would be picking up Ms. Teagle on her 
warrants. Because of this, I began an 
inventory search on her vehicle, noticing an 
open container of Busch Light on the 
passenger side floorboard.

Upon finding this I again went and asked 
Ms. Teagle if she had consumed any 
alcohol and asked her if she would perform 
standardized field sobriety tests for me. I 
then removed my handcuffs from Teagle, 
shut off my front facing cruiser lights, and 
took her to the front of my patrol car where 
she performed field sobriety tests. While 
performing the horizontal gaze nystagmus 
test I noted no resting nystagmus. I did 
however note lack of smooth pursuit, onset 
of nystagmus prior to 45 degrees, as well 
as distinct and sustained nystagmus at 
maximum deviation. Upon performing the 
walk and turn test I noted that Ms. Teagle 
started the test several times, despite my 
telling her not to. Did not touch heel to toe 
and stepped off the line. Upon making it to 
the one leg stand test, Ms. Teagle 
attempted to but could not balance. I then 
terminated further testing due to her not 
cooperating.


I then advised Teagle that she was under 
arrest for suspicion of OVI (4511:19). 
Teagle was again placed in handcuffs, 
spaced and double locked, and placed in 
the back of patrol unit 301. When asked if 
she would provide a urine specimen or 
breathe sample she advised that she would 
provide a urine sample. Upon completing 
an inventory search of her vehicle, I noted 
an open 12 pack of bush beer in the 
backseat that had been opened, with about 
half of the cans missing. Sebring Tire then 
arrived on scene and towed the vehicle to 
their impound lot. Upon arriving the Sebring 
Police, I asked Teagle to provide the urine 
specimen, advising that the female desk 
officer would observe. Teagle then made 
statements regarding that it would be 
incriminating and refused.

Teagle was then read the BMV 2255 form, 
arrest work was completed and she was 
issued a $500.00 own recognizance bond. 
After completing this she was transported to 
Damascus Friends Church where 
Columbiana County Sheriffs office took 
custody of her due to their warrant.


Ptl. Reed
#514



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003049

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Rt. 62 W.


CITED: Monte Ickes (AGE 67)
374 W. 9th St. Salem, OH 44460

Speeding   333.03 ORD




On 3/11/2019 at 1:14pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st Johnson Rd. facing north when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 53mph in a 
35mph zone. The vehicle continued moving 
south on Johnson Rd. and I turned around 
and positioned my self behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a White 2018 Chevy Equinox bearing 
Ohio registration HLW2846. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Monte 
Ickes.

I wrote Monte a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Monte a court date 
of 03/14/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Monte 
signed the citation I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515
3/11/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003048

Traffic
Ohio Ave. near N. 12th St.

CITED: Larry Gibbons-Rhodes (AGE 22)
555 W. New York Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Speeding     333.03 ORD


On 3/11/2019 at 12:06pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling east on Ohio Ave. right before the 
intersection N. 12th St. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling West on the same road 
approach at a high rate of speed. I turned 
on my moving radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 40mph in a 25mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving west on Ohio 
Ave. and I turned around and positioned my 
self behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop. The vehicle then stopped on Ohio 
Ave. and pulled into the Circle K parking lot 
to the right. The vehicle was a Red 2006 
Pontiac Grand Prix bearing Ohio 
registration H650280. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance. The driver did not have his 
license on him nor his registration in the 
vehicle. The driver was later identified as 
Larry Gibbons-Rhodes as I provided 
dispatch with his SSN.

I wrote Larry a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Larry a court date 
of 03/14/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Larry 
signed the citation I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
3/11/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003034

Criminal
545 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, Ohio 44672


ARRESTED: Rebecca Strickler (AGE 26)
545 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, 0h 44672

Domestic Violence M-4  2919.25  Bond: 
$1,500
Menacing M-4           2903.22  Bond: $500



On 3/8/201 9 at 2207, I and Ptl. Everhart 
were dispatched to 545 W. Ohio Ave. for an 
active domestic dispute.

Ptl. Peterman 512
3/8/2019


Upon arrival, I was met with Amanda 
Taveras who states her roommate, 
Rebecca Stickler, was throwing glass cups 
at her from the stairs and making threats 
towards her. I entered the premises, and 
saw Rebecca's Boyfriend, Brandon Court, 
cleaning up glass from a broken cup at the 
bottom of the steps. I instructed Ptl. 
Everhart to separate and speak to Amanda, 
while I spoke to Rebecca.

Rebecca was standing in the kitchen yelling 
obscenities towards Amanda, calling her a 
"petty bitch". I advised Rebecca she needs 
to calm down, and to explain what 
happened. She states that Amanda 
"poisoned her cat" because it wasn't acting 
right, and Amanda was the only one in 
contact with the cat while she was gone 
since it stayed in the house. The son, age 
9, and daughter, age 4, were asleep 
upstairs when heard glass breaking 
downstairs. Her son states this scared him 
initially since he didnt know what was going 
on, then heard yelling coming from 
downstairs.

I now placed Rebecca under detainment 
since she was being investigated for a 
crime at the time. Rebecca continued to yell 
obscenities, while her son and daughter 
were still upstairs. Her son is staying with 
his mother at 545 W. Ohio, and his father, 
Scott Finnegin, stays in Atwater. Her 
daughter stays with her mother at 545 W. 
Ohio as well, and the father, Brandon Court, 
stays at 545 W. Ohio with them. I instructed 
Ptl. Everhart to talk to Rebecca, while I 
speak to Amanda.


This time, Ptl. Everhart states she is making 
suicidal statements, and we then had a 
squad sent to evaluate her. It was deemed 
by medical that she needed to be escorted 
to Alliance Community Hospital for a 
psychological evaluation. Ptl. Scott instructs 
Ptl. Everhart to read Rebecca her rights as 
at this time was placed under arrest for 
Domestic Violence 2919.25 M-4, and 
Menacing 2903.22 M-4. Ptl. Everhart read 
Rebecca her miranda rights. Ptl. 
Marchionda escorted squad with Rebecca 
to Alliance Community Hospital at 2305. 
Daughter stayed with the father, Brandon 
Court, at the same address. And son went 
with the grandmother, Dolly Stickler, at 499 
W. Main St, Alliance, Ohio 44601. I then 
cleared at 2311 and returned to 40. 
Rebecca returned to 40 with Ptl. 
Marchionda, and was unable to post bond. 
Ptl. Marchionda then transported Rebecca 
to Mahoning County Jail. Copy is to be sent 
to children services.


Ptl. Peterman 512
3/9/2019



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On 3-8-19 at 2207, I and Ptl. Peterman 
were dispatched to an active domestic 
violence at 545 W. Ohio Ave. I was driving 
on Ohio Ave. when the call came in. I then 
turned around and arrived at the location in 
a couple minutes. When I arrived Ptl. 
Peterman was already inside the house 
talking the suspect later identified as 
Rebecca Stickler. I then confronted the 
victim later identified as Amanda Taveras 
and brought her outside to separate her and 
Rebecca. I then asked Amanda for her 
name and social and then asked for her 
side of the story to see what happened. I 
also had to calm Amanda down as she was 
very nervous and hysterical. She then 
informed me that the suspect had thrown 
glass items at her because she apparently 
let her cats outside in the cold. Amanda 
informed me that she had felt threatened 
and decided to call the police. She also told 
me that Rebecca was verbally 
confrontational and making comments that 
she was going to hurt her. 

I then went into the other room where Ptl. 
Peterman was talking the suspect and her 
boyfriend later identified as Jon Steed. I told 
Ptl. Peterman to switch with me so I could 
get Rebecca's side of the story in which she 
did inform that what Amanda had said was 
true but that she thought there was no 
crime in what she did. She also told me that 
Amanda was trying to poison and kill her 
cat on purpose. Also when I walked in to 
the room that Rebecca was in I seen Jon 
cleaning up shards of glass off the floor. 

Ptl. Peterman and I then both determined 
that Rebecca would be charged with 
Domestic violence 2919.25 (C) and also 
menacing 2903.22 (A). We then had 
Amanda fill out the domestic violence 
packet and after that we placed Rebecca 
under arrest. I also informed Rebecca of 
her rights and told her the conditions of the 
bond and how much it would be if she got 
bonded out. Rebecca then started to make 
suicidal comments saying she was going to 
kill herself. At this time a squad was then 
sent out to our location. Ptl. Scott then 
arrived to the scene to help us out with the 
paperwork and clearing the scene. 

I then brought Rebecca outside and put her 
in the back of Ptl. Peterman's cruiser until 
ems arrived. Ems then arrived shortly after 
and I took Rebecca out of the cruiser and 
uncuffed and gave her over the 
paramedics. At this time Ptl. Marchionda 
arrived to scene to follow Ems to the 
hospital and then transport her back to 
station once she was cleared to leave the 
hospital. Ptl. Peterman, Ptl. Scott and 
myself then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Everhart #515
3-9-19



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003010

Traffic
S. Johnson Rd. / Copeland Oaks


CITED: JUVENILE AGE 17
13606 Bandy Rd. Alliance, OH 44601

Speed 55/35   SCO 333.03


On 03/02/2019 at 11:29pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a 2007 
red Ford SW Ohio registration (EYL7425) 
traveling north on S. Johnson Rd. near 
Heacock Ext. at a speed which appeared 
greater than the posted speed limit of 35 
mph. After visual observation, I activated 
the forward mounted radar unit in #304 and 
I observed a reading of 55 mph. I activated 
the overhead lights on marked unit #304 
and initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson 
Rd. near the Copland Oakes entrance. 

I identified the driver as (JUVENILE). I 
informed (JUVENILE) of his excessive 
speed and issued a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and gave (JUVENILE) a court 
date to be set by Mahoning County Juvenile 
Court.



Ptl. Scott #506




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 1900302

Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Rt 62 W


CITED: William Shinn (AGE 63)
10107 Johnson Rd. North Benton, OH 
44449

Speeding     333.03 ORD



On 3/6/2019 at 5: 18pm I Ptl. Everhart while 
in a marked police cruiser was positioned at 
Grandview Cemetery off of 21st Johnson 
Rd. facing north when I observed a vehicle 
traveling South on the same road approach 
at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
stationary radar and clocked the vehicle 
going 49mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Black 2016 Ford Fusion bearing Ohio 
registration HOP5485. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. 

The driver was later identified as William 
Shinn.

I wrote William a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave William a court 
date of 03/14/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
William signed the citation I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
3/6/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003009 

Traffic
N. 18th St, near Ohio Ave



CITED: Beau Smith (AGE 28)
10324 Laughlin Mill Rd. Lisbon, OH 44432

Turn Signal Violation       313.01 ORD
Drug Possession (Marijuana) 513.03 ORD



On 3-2-19 at 5:27 pm, I PtL Everhart while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
east on Ohio Ave. when I witnessed a 
vehicle that was at a stop sign at N. 16th St. 
make a right hand turn onto Ohio Ave going 
in the opposite direction without using a turn 
signal. The vehicle continued moving west 
on Ohio and I turned around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop. The vehicle then made a right 
going north on 18th and stopped there in 
between the intersections of Ohio and 
Maryland. The vehicle was a Blue 2009 
Chrysler 300 bearing Ohio registration 
EXY7518. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
drivers license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Beau 
Smith. As I was talking to Mr.Smith I could 
smell an odor of burnt marijuana. I then 
radioed for Det. Redfern to come to the 
scene for backup. I then informed Mr. Smith 
that we could smell marijuana in the vehicle 
and asked him if there was any in the car 
which he responded that there wasn't any. 

We then pulled Mr. Smith and his girlfriend 
from the vehicle and placed them in the 
back of my cruiser. Me and Det. Redfern 
then searched the vehicle. 

I searched the driver side and Det. Redfern 
searched the passenger side. We then 
opened up the middle console where Det. 
Redfern found a bag of marijuana and an 
unknown substance and I found a smaller 
bag also containing marijuana. We then 
searched the rest of the vehicle and did not 
find anything else. 

The total ended up being 31 grams of 
Marijuana and 1.6 grams of the unknown 
substance. I then let both suspects out of 
my vehicle and told them to sit back in their 
vehicle. I then wrote Mr.Smith a traffic 
citation for a turn signal violation (313.01 
ORD) and also a citation for drug 
possession and gave Mr. Smith a court date 
of 03-07-19 at 9:00am for MCC #3 with a 
personal appearance required. Once Mr. 
Smith signed both citations I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515




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On 03/02/2019, I was requested to respond 
to Ptl. Everhart's traffic stop. I arrived on 
location and spoke to Ptl. Everhart whom 
advised that he wanted a K9 Sniff of the 
car. Ptl Everhart advised that he was able to 
smell marijuana coming from the car. I 
advised Ptl. Everhart that the occupants 
needed to exit the vehicle. Ptl Everhart went 
back to the vehicle as I stayed at the rear 
drivers side quarter panel of the vehicle. Ptl 
Everhart advised the driver that he smelled 
the odor of Marijuana coming from the 
vehicle and asked the driver if there was 
marijuana in the vehicle and the driver 
advised that there was not. 

While Ptl. Everhart was speaking with the 
driver, and I was standing in rear the rear 
quarter panel, I was able to smell a strong 
odor of marijuana. The driver started telling 
Ptl. Everhart that this was an illegal search 
and that he did was not consenting to the 
search. The driver then stated that he would 
win the case in court just like he did. The 
driver then advised that the only reason we 
wanted to search the car was because of 
his recent drug charge and stated that the 
search was up to the discretion of the 
officer and requested that we not search. 

I then advised the driver that probable 
cause has been made to search the vehicle 
and he needed to comply with the request 
to vacate the vehicle. The driver wanted to 
argue the probable cause of the situation. I 
advised the driver that as per the United 
States vs. Miller, and the plain smell 
doctrine, that we were justified in the eyes 
of the courts to do a warrantless search of 
the vehicle and if he did not vacate he 
would be forcefully removed and charged 
with obstruction. 

The door was opened for the driver and he 
and his passenger were checked for 
weapons and placed in the rear of Ptl. 
Eberhart's cruiser. While the suspects were 
being placed in the cruiser the driver was 
asked if there was contraband in the vehicle 
and he advised there was but would not 
disclose the location. 

Ptl. Everhart searched then driver side 
while I searched the passenger side. I 
opened the center counsel and removed a 
large bag of marijuana that contained a 
folded up square piece of wax paper in it. 
Ptl. Everhart then located a much smaller 
bag of marijuana. The vehicle search was 
complete and the driver was charged with 
the probable cause driving offense, and the 
with the possession of the marijuana. The 
substance in the wax paper is DAB Shatter 
and will not be charged until a weigh could 
be obtained, due to a very low threshold 
before its considered to be bulk amount. I 
then cleared while Ptl. Everhart concluded 
the traffic stop.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 03/02/2019, 1 weighed the illicit 
substances and found that the marijuana 
weighted a combined total of 31 Grams and 
the DAB Shatter weighted 1.6 Grams. Items 
were logged into evidence and an additional 
citation will be issued to the drive when he 
appears in court on 03/07/2019.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003022

Traffic
S. Johnson / Mckinley Ave.


CITED: Anthony Nelson (AGE 57)
815 Liberty Ave. Alliance, OH 4460 1

DUS  SCO 335.07



On 03/06/2019 at 11:10pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser preformed a 
random registration check on a vehicle, I 
observed turn south on N. Johnson Rd. The 
vehicle returned to a Anthony Nelson for a 
gray 2012 Lincoln 4s Ohio registration 
(HHA1464).

Dispatch then advised me that Anthony was 
suspended and there was a confiscation 
order for the vehicle and its registration. I 
then initiated a traffic stop on the above 
mentioned vehicle on S. Johnson Rd. near 
McKinley Ave. I exited my cruiser and 
approached the driver and informed them of 
the reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance.

I received registration, proof of insurance, 
and an Ohio State ID Card and identified 
the driver as the registered owner Anthony 
Nelson. I then returned to my cruiser and 
wrote Anthony a citation for DUS SCO 
335.07 and gave Anthony a court date of 
03/14/2019 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3.

Anthony signed his citation and received a 
copy and was also given a courtesy 
transport to his residence in Alliance by Ptl. 
Peterman.

The vehicle, its license plates, and 
registration were confiscated, the vehicle 
was towed to Springer's Towing with no 
hold.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/07/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003014
 
TRAFFIC
10 N 12th St, Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED:  Austin Butler (AGE26)
15238 Salem-Alliance Rd, Salem, Ohio

Speed - Over Limits (45/35)    SCO 333.03



On Tuesday, March 5, 2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement in marked unit #303 on S 12th 
St near E Georgia Ave. I observed a vehicle 
travelling north on S 12th St at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 35 MPH limit. 

Upon activating my in cruiser forward 
mounted radar antenna, I observed a digital 
read out and locked in a speed of 45 MPH. 
After the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and pulled out 
onto S 12th St to initiate a traffic stop. The 
vehicle continued over the railroad tracks at 
which point I activated my emergency siren.

The vehicle pulled into 10 N 12th St and 
came to a complete stop in the parking lot.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Austin Butler, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
Butler provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Butler was 
issued traffic citation #031556 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (45/35) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
March 14, 2019 at 0900.



Ptl D.Marchionda #508
3.5.2019




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Monday, March 04, 2019
04:05 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003003 
TRAFFIC/CRIMINAL
W Ohio Ave/N 16th St, Sebring, Ohio


ARREST: Valerie Ward (AGE 53)
18161 Derr Avenue, Beloit, Ohio 44609

OVI (SFST)                          
ORC4511.19A1A  BOND $500
Obedience to Traffic Control Device ORC 
4511.12
Possession of Marijuana             SCO 
513.03



On Friday, March 1, 2019, Patrolman 
Marchionda performed a traffic stop which 
resulted in the arrest of the driver for 
operating a motor vehicle while under the 
influence of a controlled substance.



While conducting traffic enforcement in 
marked unit #303 on N 15th St at W Ohio 
Ave, I observed a maroon Jeep SUV 
approach the intersection from the east, roll 
past the white line and come to a stop in the 
cross walk. After the vehicle proceeded 
through the intersection, I pulled out from 
my location and activated my overhead 
emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop. 
The maroon Jeep SUV bearing Ohio 
registration CD12QK, came to a complete 
stop on W Ohio Ave at N 16th St. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Valerie Ward, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Ward, I could 
smell a strong odor of marijuana coming 
from inside the vehicle. I informed Ward, "I 
can already smell it; where is it?" With my 
permission, Ward opened the driver side 
door so I could observe her movements and 
without hesitation, Ward retrieved a small 
plastic bag from underneath the driver seat 
of the vehicle containing a green vegetative 
substance believed to be marijuana and 
handed it to me. I asked Ward and her 
passenger, identified as Heather Leaf, if 
there was anymore contraband or drugs in 
the vehicle to which the advised me there 
was not. 

I advised dispatch to log time of evidence 
and to send me a second unit for a 
probable cause vehicle search. Patrolmen 
Scott and Peterman arrived on scene 
immediately to provide assistance. While 
Patrolman Peterman stood by with Ward 
and Leaf, Patrolman Scott and I conducted 
the probable cause vehicle search which 
yielded no further drugs or contraband.


Patrolman Scott, being certified in 
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving 
Enforcement (ARIDE), asked Ward if she 
had smoked marijuana recently to which 
she stated she did. Ward informed 
Patrolman Scott and I she had some 
medical issues including glaucoma 
(documentation provided) and problems 
with her back. Ward also stated she is 
currently prescribed a number of 
medications she takes daily. 

Patrolman Scott ran Ward through standard 
field sobriety tests which at the conclusion 
of them, based on his observations and 
experience, advised he believed Ward to be 
under the influence of marijuana. Patrolman 
Scott asked Ward how much she smoke 
earlier to which she replied, "A few bowls." I 
advised Ward to place her hands behind 
her back as she was under arrest for 
suspicion of operating a motor vehicle 
under the influence of marijuana. Ward was 
handcuffed (gapped/double locked), placed 
in the back of marked unit #303 and 
subsequently advised of her Miranda Rights 
which she stated she understood. Leaf was 
allowed to take control of the vehicle and 
was informed she could pick Ward up from 
the SEBRING POLICE STORY within the 
hour.

I transported Leaf and the small bag 
containing the green vegetative substance 
believed to be marijuana from the scene to 
the SEBRING POLICE STORY for 
processing. Upon arrival, handcuffs were 
removed and I read the Ohio BMV 2255 
form to Ward; which she stated she 
understood, signed and agreed to submit to 
a chemical urine test. Dispatcher Wheeler 
was brought into the squad room and 
obtained a urine sample from Ward which 
was given to Patrolman Scott who logged 
and secured the sample in the refrigerator 
to be sent to the crime lab at a later date. 
Ward was informed her license would not 
be seized at his time but was instructed to 
not operate a motor vehicle for the 
remainder of the evening. Ward was 
informed pending the results from the lab, 
she could be placed under administrative 
license suspension and her license seized 
at a later date. Ward was photographed and 
fingerprinted by Patrolman Scott as well.

Ward was provided signed copies of the 
Ohio BMV 2255 and recognizance of the 
accused.

Ward was issued traffic citation #031556 for 
ORC 4511.19A1A OVI (SFST) and 4511.12 
Obedience to Traffic Control Device. Ward 
was issued criminal minor misdemeanor 
citation #000296 for SCO 513.03 
Possession of Marijuana. Ward signed, 
received copies of both citations and was 
informed of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 0900. Ward 
was released from the station following 
Leafs arrival at the station. The plastic bag 
containing the green vegetative substance 
believed to be marijuana was 
photographed, weighed (5g), logged and 
secured into evidence locker #2.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.2.2019

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On 03/02/2019 I Ptl. Scott assisted Ptl. 
Marchionda with a traffic stop by 
administrating field sobriety on the driver he 
had stopped for a traffic violation. The driver 
Valerie Ward admitted to smoking "several 
bowls" prior to driving and had a strong 
odor of burnt marijuana coming from her 
person as
well as her vehicle.

Valerie submitted to field sobriety testing 
and also informed me of her medical 
problems including cataract in her eyes, 
bad back, bad legs, and a bad neck and I 
also have a copy of prescribed medications 
from her in the file. Valerie stated the 
medical issues and I then checked Valerie's 
eyes for resting nystagmus, equal tracking, 
and equal pupil size. Valerie did not have a 
resting nystagmus, both of Valerie's eyes 
tracked equally, and both of Valerie's pupils 
were of equal size.

I then began the first test being the 
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus and I explained 
the instructions to Valerie and asked if she 
understood in which Valerie stated that she 
did understand. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, and Onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the Walk and Turn and I 
instructed Valerie to stand straight up with 
her hands to her side and feet together with 
her right foot in front of her left foot while I 
gave her the instructions, once I gave her 
the instructions I asked Valerie if she 
understood them in which Valerie stated 
that she did understand them. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Stopped while walking, did not touch heel to 
toe, stepped off of the line, used arms to 
balance, improper turn, and wrong number 
of steps.

The next test was the One Leg Stand and I 
instructed Valerie to stand straight up with 
her feet together and her hands to her side 
while I gave her the instructions, once I 
gave the instructions I asked Valerie if she 
understood them in which Valerie stated 
that she did understand. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, and Valerie put her foot down 
three times ending the test.

I then had Valerie sit on the hood of the 
cruiser and I preformed the lack of 
convergence test and observed lack of 
convergence in Valerie's left eye.

I informed Ptl. Marchionda of the test 
results which Ptl. Marchionda placed 
Valerie in custody for suspicion of OVI.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/03/2019



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Assisting Scott, Zachary
Assisting Peterman, Aaron
Arresting Marchionda, Domenico




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002133
Criminal / Summons
786 W Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672


ARRESTED: Lisa Haas (AGE 44)
786 W Ohio Ave Sebring

Endangering Children M1   2919.22



ARRESTED: Tyler Haas (AGE 25)
786 W Ohio Ave Sebring

Aggravated Menacing M1    2903.21




On 02/28/2019, I was dispatched to the 700 
block of West Ohio avenue in reference to a 
child in the roadway.


I arrived on location and spoke observed 
two vehicles parked at the end of a 
driveway, and a male who was yelling 
obscenities at the occupants of the 
vehicles. From my several past experiences 
with the residence I was able to identify the 
male as Tyler Haas, and this to be his 
mothers residence who is Lisa Haas. The 
two occupants came out of their car and 
identified themselves as Sarah Lively of 
Sebring and Tauna Dean.

Sarah advised that she was traveling west 
on West Ohio Avenue and she observed a 
small child estimated to be approximately 
three years of age in a tee shirt and a 
diaper standing next to the road. Sarah 
pointed near the road and advised that it 
was near the tire tracks. Sarah advised that 
another bystander stopped and grabbed the 
boy while she went to the house and was 
pounding on the door of the residence. 
Sarah advised as while she was pounding 
on the door, it pushed open and she started 
yelling into the residence. Sarah advised 
that after roughly five minutes of pounding 
on the door and yelling in the house a male 
came to the door telling her "Get the fuck off 
my property".

Tauna advised that she was traveling on 
West Ohio Avenue and she observed the 
also in a tee shirt and just a dirty diaper. 
Tauna advised that the child had no coat or 
pants on. Tauna advised that she got the 
boy from beside the road and wrapped him 
in a blanket while another bystander 
attempted to make contact at the residence. 
Tauna advised that after several minutes of 
watching the other lady beat on the door 
she called 911. Tauna stated that a male 
finally came to the door and the male went 
to try to secure the dog that was running 
around versus tending to the child. Tauna 
stated that the male then proceeded to cuss 
and scream at the two ladies telling them to 
"get the fuck off his property" Tauna stated 
that after the male was yelling to get off of 
his property he then screamed he was 
going back in to get a gun, and went back 
into the house. Tauna advised that she was 
terrified but she was not leaving until she 
knew the child was safe and retreated to 
her car until police arrived.

While the two witnesses were writing their 
statements, I looked at the weather channel 
app on my phone which advised that the 
current temperature was 27 degrees. Lisa 
Haas came up to the end of the road and 
asked what the issue was, and I advised 
her that the child was by the road way. Lisa 
stated that yes the child was outside, but it 
was for only 5 minutes. Lisa then stated that 
she is in liver failure and she does not need 
to put up with the stress and went back to 
the house. After the witness statements 
were gathered, I then went to the house 
and spoke to Lisa further. Lisa advised that 
the child was her great nephew Giovani 
Collins, whom she had custody of. Lisa 
advised that her and her son were sleeping 
and the child must have snuck out. I 
advised Lisa that the report would be sent 
for review by my superiors and to children 
services and I then cleared.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 02/28/2019. I spoke to Chief Harris in 
reference to this matter, who advised to 
forward it to the prosecutor.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 03/01/2019, This report was forwarded 
to Prosecutor Tolson, and Mahoning County 
Jobs and Family Services for review. 
Mahoning County Children Services, Nicole 
Ware, called in requesting prosecution 
decisions advised her that one has not yet 
been made.


K9 Det. Redfern 504



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On 03/01/2019, Prosecutor Tolson 
requested Lisa Haas to be charged with 
Child Endangering, and Tyler Haas to be 
charged with Aggravated Menacing. Proper 
paperwork will be filed at MCC#3 and case 
will be closed.



On 03/01/2019 Ptl. Reed served Lisa and 
Tyler Haas with their summons.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003008
Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Rt.62 W


CITED: Richard Kocher (AGE 55)
2430 Beechwood Ave Ne Paris, OH 44669

Speeding    333.03 ORD


On 3/2/2019 at 3:56pm I Ptl. Everhart while 
in a marked police cruiser was positioned at 
Grandview Cemetery off of 21st Johnson 
Rd. facing north when I observed a vehicle 
traveling South on the same road approach 
at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
stationary radar and clocked the veliicle 
going 51mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Red 2013 Ford F-150 bearing Ohio 
registration HPN7937. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. 

The driver was later identified as Richard 
Kocher.

I wrote Richard a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Richard a court 
date of 03/07/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
Richard signed the citation I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.




Ptl. Everhart #515
3/2/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003006
Traffic
21st Johnson Rd. near Rt.62 W.


CITED: Paul Bailey (AGE 77)
19235 Middletown Rd. Beloit, OH 44609

Speeding     333.03 ORD


On 3/2/2019 at 12:56pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21St Johnson Rd. facing north when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 53mph in a 
35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
Johnson Rd. and I turned around and 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Black 2014 Ford Taurus bearing Ohio 
registration GCN6543. I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received valid insurance, a valid license 
and registration. 

The driver was later identified as Paul 
Bailey.

I wrote Paul a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Paul a court date 
of 03/07/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Paul 
signed the citation I provided him with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
3/2/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19003004 
TRAFFIC
100 Block E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672


CITED: Trisha Stuller (AGE 38)
18443 State Route 14, North Benton, Ohio 
44449

Speed - Over Limits (38/25)   SCO 333.03




On Saturday, March, 2,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on E Ohio 
Ave in marked unit #303. While within the 
100 block, I observed a vehicle travelling 
west in the 200 block at what appeared to 
be a rate of speed higher than the posted 
25 MPH limit. I activated my in cruiser 
forward mounted radar antenna and 
observed a digital read out of 35 MPH. I 
observed the speed increase and locked it 
in at 38 MPH shortly before the vehicle 
passed me. As the vehicle passed me in 
front of 205 E Ohio Ave, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to catch up with the vehicle.

The vehicle, a white Ford SUV bearing Ohio 
registration HKJ355 1, came to a complete 
stop in front of 135 E Ohio Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Trisha Stuller, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. Stuller provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request except for 
proof of insurance. 

Stuller was issued traffic citation #031557 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (38/25) 
and informed of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, March 14,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.2.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002136
TRAFFIC
S 15th St near Village Limits, Sebring


CITED: Glayden Wahler (AGE 26)
126 E Maryland Ave, Sebring, 0h 44672

Speed - Over Limits (49/35)   SCO 333.03



On Thursday, February 28,2019, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling north 
on S 15th St in marked unit #303. As I 
neared the village limits, I observed a 
vehicle within the village travelling south at 
what appeared to be a rate of speed higher 
than the posted 35 MPH limit. After 
activating my cruiser's forward mounted 
radar antenna, I observed a digital read out 
of 47 MPH and observed it climb to 49 MPH 
before finally locking it in. As the vehicle 
passed me, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and turned around to 
initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a silver Chrysler 4-door sedan 
bearing Ohio registration HCZ8249, came 
to a complete stop on S 15th St outside the 
village limits. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Glayden Wahler, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Wahler provided the appropriate 
documentation upon request. Wahler was 
issued traffic citation #031555 for SCO 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (49/35) and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
March
14,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
3.1.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CASE No:  19002127
Traffic
800 S. 15th St. Sebring



CITED: Carmen Tanferno (AGE 38)
353 Como St. Struthers

Espired Plates     335.1



On 02/26/2019 at 0902hrs I was dispatched 
to a private property accident at Copeland 
Oaks. Upon arrival I made contact with the 
driver of Unit 2 ,Robert Arbitter, 13660 
Smith Goshen Rd. Robert advised the 
driver of Unit 1, later identified as Carmen 
Tanferno, 353 Como St. Struthers, was 
attempting to back up when his vehicle 
struck the front driver side bumper causing 
minimal damage. I asked for Carmen's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
which he provided. 

When I ran the registration for Unit 1 
(PHU5388) it came back as being expired 
as of 10/31/2018. I advised Carmen the 
registration was expired to which he replied 
his boss said the sticker must have fallen 
off. I then advised Carmen when I ran the 
registration through our computer system it 
came back as expired. 

I then wrote Carmen a citation for Expired 
Plates/SCO 355.10 with a non-mandatory 
court date of 3/7/2018. Once Carmen 
signed the citation I gave him his copy. I 
then cleared without further incident



Det. Kelm #505




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002128
Traffic
21st Johnson Road near Rt. 62 W


CITED: Aphdin Cadile (AGE 23)
1867 Cliff Dr. Salem, OH 44460

Speeding      333.03 ORD



On 02/26/2019 at 4:22pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
positioned at Grandview Cemetery off of 
21st Johnson Rd. facing north when I 
observed a vehicle traveling South on the 
same road approach at a high rate of 
speed. I turned on my stationary radar and 
clocked the vehicle going 46mph in a 
35mph zone. The vehicle continued moving 
south on Johnson Rd. and I turned around 
and positioned my self behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle then 
stopped on Johnson Rd. and pulled into the 
perkins parking lot to the right just before 
the intersection of Route 62. The vehicle 
was a Grey 2007 Hyundai Tiburon bearing 
Ohio registration GKA5619. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance, a valid license and registration. 
The driver was later identified as Aphdin 
Cadile.

I wrote Aphdin a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Aphdin a court 
date of 03/07/19 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with 
no personal appearance required. Once 
Aphdin signed the citation I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Everhart #515
02/26/2019




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PUBLISHED 3:50PM MARCH 4, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
09:50 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002106 
Criminal / Traffic
100Blk North Johnson Ave.


ARRESTED: Frederick Barrett (AGE 40)
LKA 2352 Ansley St. Alliance Ohio

Drug Abuse Instraments            (M1)  
2925.12  Bond $1,250
Falsification                     (M1)  2924.13  
Bond $1,250
Obstruction                       (M2)  2921.31  
Bond $2,500
Failure to Disclose Personal Info (M4)  
2921.29  Bond $150
Failure to Dim                    (MM)  4513.15  
Bond $150
Seat Belt                         (MM)  4513.26  
Bond $150


Illegal Assembly of Meth           F3   2925.04  
Bond $8,000
OVI 6th Offense in 20 years        F4   
4511.19
Drug Possession                    F5   2925.11  
Bond $2,500
Agg Possession                     F5   2925.11  
Bond $2,500
DUS (OVI)                         (M1)  4510.14  
Bond $1,250
Drug Abuse Instraments            (M1)  
2925.12  Bond $1,250


On 2/20/2019 I initiated a traffic stop on N. 
Johnson and W. Oregon.

After activating my emergency overhead 
lights, I attempted to approach the drivers 
window of the Grey Ford Explorer, when the 
driver was attempting to put the vehicle in 
park unsuccessfully, and the vehicle kept 
creeping forward. I then advised the driver, 
Fredrick Barrett, the reason for the stop was 
he had his bright lights on, and was blinding 
oncoming traffic, then asked him to turn the 
car off, and as I spoke to him, noticed a 
smell of an alcoholic beverage on his 
breath, his speech was very slurred and 
deliberate, and what appeared to be drug 
paraphernalia on his lap. I asked Fredrick 
for his license, and he responded to me that 
"I think they're in a backpack in the trunk".

I then radioed to dispatch, requesting 504 
Det. Redfern, assist me, then advised the 
driver to wait in his vehicle. When 504 
arrived, I advised him on my observations, 
and he pulled Fredrick out of the vehicle to 
conduct a probable cause search of the 
vehicle. We then asked Fredrick to take a 
series of field sobriety tests to determine if 
he was able to drive. Fredrick refused to 
take any field sobriety tests, and at that time 
was placed under arrest for Operating a 
vehicle under the influence of drugs and/or 
alcohol 4510.14(A). 

Upon a probable cause search of the 
vehicle, we came across what looked like 
two(2) pipes used for smoking drugs, a 
powdery substance in a clear, plastic jar, 
multiple lighters, Three (3) .44 magnum 
bullets, empty whiskey bottles, multiple 
cellphones, and multiple tools with burn 
marks on them. I advised Fredrick his 
Miranda rights, then after a pat down, 
placed him in the back of my cruiser. Det. 
Redfern, myself, and Ptl. Reed attempted to 
get his name, which he initially stated was 
the name of the owner of the vehicle, Mark 
Franko, then stated it wasn't his name, and 
gave us his actual name. Fredrick then 
began to what looked liked overdosing, and 
I requested 504, and medical on scene, and 
had Ptl. Reed get Narcan ready to 
administer, when he became alert as Det. 
Redfern showed up. When asked, Fredrick 
responded that "I'm not overdosing, I'm just 
drunk". I then delivered Fredrick to the 
station, where we began paperwork for 
Mahoning County Jail, as he became very 
belligerent with all of the officers, and 
refused to cooperate. At this time, we 
decided to place Fredrick in the back of my 
vehicle, as he refused to have his pictures 
taken for record, and refused a dna swab. 
Fredrick continued to yell profanities at us, 
even after placing him in my cruiser. 

I stayed and watched Fredrick from outside 
the cruiser, and Fredrick eventually fell 
asleep I then took Fredrick to Mahoning 
county jail, where they refused him due to 
being too intoxicated, and I then delivered 
him to Mercy Health St.E where I stayed 
with him by the room he was in for 
monitoring. I was then relieved by Ptl. 
Everhart, then cleared back to station.



Ptl. Peterman 512
2/21/2019



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On 02/20/2019, I while on patrol I was 
requested by Ptl. Peterman to assist with a 
traffic stop. I arrived on location along with 
Ptl. Reed. Ptl. Peterman advised that he 
pulled the vehicle over for failure to dim. Ptl. 
Peterman advised me that when he made 
contact with the driver of the vehicle he was 
acting strange and came to a stop in the 
intersection of North Johnson Road and 
West Oregon Avenue. 

Ptl. Peterman advised that upon making 
initial contact with the driver of the vehicle 
the driver seemed to be off and was unable 
to identify himself. Ptl. Peterman requested 
that I make contact with the driver of the 
vehicle and attempt to figure out what was 
going on. I approached the vehicle and 
made contact with the unrestrained driver of 
the vehicle and identified myself as 
Detective Redfern from the Sebring Police 
Depart., and requested identification from 
the male. The male advised that his drivers 
license was in the truck of the vehicle in his 
back pack. The male seemed to be acting 
very strange and nervous, and attempted to 
light a cigarette, and which I advised him 
that he needed to not some while we were 
on the stop with him. I was able to smell an 
odor of alcohol coming from the male, and 
observed a few semi empty bottles of 
whisky in the car. I asked the male if he was 
drinking tonight and he advised that he has 
been. The male started reaching around in 
his pockets which brought my attention to 
the males lap where I was able to visualize 
a burnt glass pipe in between his legs. I 
requested the driver to exit the vehicle and 
to retrieve his identification from the rear of 
the vehicle. 

As the male was exiting the vehicle I 
observed him pick up the glass pipe and a 
clear container and set them on the seat 
and exit the vehicle and shut the door 
behind him. The male then went to the rear 
of the vehicle where Ptl. Reed and Ptl. 
Peterman were and started to get his bag. 
The male was unable to produce any 
identification and I advised the male that 
due to the odor of alcohol and his 
admission of drinking that I wanted him to 
perform a few field sobriety tests just to 
ensure that he was able to safely drive. The 
male put his hands in the air and erected 
both middle fingers in the air and stated 
"Fuck you mother fuckers, and just take me 
in". I advised the male that he was under 
arrest for the suspicion of OVI and advised 
him that I was able to visualize his Meth 
pipe on the front seat. The male was taken 
into custody by Ptl. Reed and Ptl. 
Peterman. While they were taking the male 
into custody, I opened the driver door to the 
vehicle and observed a burnt meth pipe as 
well as a clear container with a white 
crystalized substance in it suspected to be 
methamphetamine. 

I then further searched the vehicle and 
found several pills in a baggie, a few glass 
pipes with white residue in them, a burnt 
razor blade, a shank, a prescription bottle, 
ammunition, several torch lighters, a few 
credit cards with various names on it, 
suboxone strips, Sudafed Pills, wire pipe 
cleaners, steel wool, roughly 20 various 
batteries. I collected the evidence. I then 
went to Ptl. Peterman's patrol cruiser and I 
opened the rear driver door and asked him 
what his name was. The male stated "Fuck 
you, you can figure it out rookie". I asked 
him if his name was William Rapp, which 
was the name of the prescription bottle and 
he advised that he was indeed William. I 
advised the male that I found drugs in  the 
car, as several required items needed for 
the production of methamphet'amines, and 
he would potentially be facing additional 
charges for the items recovered. 

I gathered the items and proceeded to the 
department for processing.

Once at the department I heard the officers 
on scene advised that the male was 
overdosing. I then proceeded to the scene 
with Ptl. Scott. Once on scene Ptl. Reed 
and Ptl. Peterman advised that the male 
faked an overdose. I opened the door and 
tried talking to the male and asked him what 
he was taking and he stated "I'm not 
overdosing, I'm just drunk. 

EMS arrived on scene and I then 
proceeded back to station.

Once the male arrived at station, I was able 
to determine that the male was Frederick 
Barrett. I had a Criminal History ran and 
determined that Frederick was lying about 
his identity because of his prior 5 
convictions making this a felony OVI. While 
attempting to process Frederick, he refused 
processing and was transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail where he was 
subsequently refused him. Frederick was 
then taken to St.E's in Youngstown. 
Paperwork was faxed to the jail and 
Frederick was charged with Illegal 
Assembly of Meth F3, OVI 6th offense F4, 
Drug Possession F5, Aggravated Drug 
Possession F5, Driving under an OVI 
suspension M1, Drug Abuse Instruments 
M1 X2, Falsification M1, Obstructing official 
business M2, Failure to Disclose Personal 
Information M4, Failure to Dim MM, and 
Seat Belt Required MM. Frederick Barrett 
was cited to MCC#3 at 0900 on 02/21/2019.



Chad Redfern, Jr.
BADGE NO: 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19-002114
Traffic
S. 15th St. near 1000 Blk.

CITED: Stella Mccullough (AGE 18)
317 Klinger Ave. Alliance, OH 44601

Speeding    333.03 ORD



On 02/23/2019 at 12:50pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling North on S. 15th St. just past 
Copeland Oaks when I observed a vehicle 
traveling South on the same road approach 
at a high rate of speed. I turned on my 
moving radar and clocked the vehicle going 
50mph in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle continued moving south on 
15th St. and I turned around and positioned 
my self behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop. The vehicle then stopped on 
15th St. and pulled into a driveway just 
before the intersection of s.15th St. and 
Route 62. The vehicle was a dark blue 2002 
Chrysler Sebring bearing Ohio registration 
HPN8061. I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the driver side and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
valid insurance, a valid license and 
registration. 

The driver was later identified as Stella 
Mccullough.

I wrote Stella a traffic citation for speeding 
(333.03 ORD) and gave Stella a court date 
of 02/28/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with no 
personal appearance required. Once Stella 
signed the citation I provided her with a 
copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
02/23/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002092
Traffic
N. 14th St. @ E. Indiana


CITED: Jeffrey Helsel (AGE 40) 
245 E.Virginia Ave Sebring, OH

Expired/Fictious Plates    335.1



On 02/19/2019 at 1:01pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling north on N. 14th St. when I 
observed a vehicle traveling north on the 
same road after it had pulled out of Circle K. 
I then ran the plates of the vehicle to 
dispatch. Dispatch then informed me that 
the plates were expired on the
vehicle.

The vehicle then stopped at the intersection 
of N.14th St. and E. Indiana and I 
positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop on N.14th St. at the 
intersection of E. Indiana. The vehicle was 
a blue 2000 Dodge Caravan bearing Ohio 
registration FIV2667. I exited my cruiser 
and approached the driver side and 
informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
a received a license and an expired 
registration forms and valid insurance. 

The driver was identified as Jeffrey Helsel. 

I then took the documents and returned to 
my cruiser. I wrote Jeffrey a traffic citation 
for expired/fictious plates/335.10 and gave 
Jeffrey a court date of 02/28/2019 at 
9:00am for MCC#3 with a personal 
appearance required. Once Jeffrey signed 
the citation I provided him with a copy and 
then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
02/19/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002091
TRAFFIC
N 12th St near E Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 
44672


CITED: Jason Koval (AGE 41)
836 S 13th St #12, Sebring, OH 44672

Driver License: Expired   SCO 335.01
Expired Registration      SCO 335.10




On Tuesday, February 19,2019, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was performing a 
courtesy business check at Circle K at 205 
E Ohio Ave. During the business check, I 
observed a blue Chevrolet 4-door sedan 
sitting in the parking lot bearing a 1-19 
registration tag. After relaying the vehicle 
registration, Ohio HLW4138, through 
dispatch, I was informed the plates were 
expired as was the registered owner's 
license. 

I departed Circle K to resume normal patrol 
and to check on a residence from a 
previous call.

Upon returning to Circle K, the blue 4-door 
sedan departed from the business and was 
observed heading east on E Ohio Ave 
towards N 12th St.

After catching up with the vehicle in marked 
unit #304, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights as the vehicle turned 
south onto N 12th St. After the vehicle 
came to a complete stop I made contact 
with the driver, identified as Jason Koval 
(registered owner), identified myself and 
informed him of the reason for the stop. 
Koval admitted he was aware his license 
and registration were expired and was 
planning on renewing them soon. 

I requested Koval to provide his license, 
vehicle registration and proof of insurance. 
Koval was only able to provide his driver's 
license.

Koval was issued traffic citation #031553 for 
SCO 335.01 Driver License: Expired (<6 
months) and SCO 335.10 Expired 
Registration. Koval was informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, February 
28,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
2.19.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002085
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St.

CITED: Michelle Burgner (AGE 43)
1162 Yuma Cir. Apt. A Hartville

Speed (57/35)                    333.03
Expired/Fictitious Plates (7/18) 335.10



On 2/18/2019, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a red in 
color Hyundai SUV traveling north on S. 
12th St. at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit and 
confirmed the speed to be 57mph in a 
clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle bearing Oh registration 
FGV2215 in the 100 Block of S. 12th St. 
Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Michelle Burgner, 
1162 Yuma Cir. Apt. A Hartville. I advised 
Michelle the reason for the stop and 
requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance which she provided. I 
then advised Michelle the registration on 
the vehicle was expired as of 7/2018. 
Michelle advised she could not believe she 
never got her registration updated last year. 
Michelle also advised the sticker was 
updated on the license plate. I had Michelle 
step out of the vehicle and look at the 
sticker on her license plate which had an 
expiration of 2018. Michelle then confirmed 
on her registration in the vehicle that it was 
indeed expired. 

Michelle was then issued a citation for 
Speed/SCO 333.03 and Expired/Fictitious 
Plates/SCO 335.10.

Michelle was advised of her court date at 
MCC#3 on 2/28/2019 at 0900 hours with no 
personal appearance required to which she 
advised she understood. Once the citation 
was signed I gave Michelle her copy. I then 
cleared.



Det. Kelm #505
2/18/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002084
Traffic
E Ohio ave / N 15th St

CITED:  Steven Guildoo (AGE 44)
595 W Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672

DUS (license forfiture) 335.07
Loud exhaust            331.36



On 02/18/19 while on patrol in marked 
police cruiser 301 I was travelling west on E 
Ohio Ave in the 100 block. I observed the 
vehicle travelling the same direction in front 
of me, a silver 4 door car had an 
excessively loud exhaust. I initiated a traffic 
stop on the vehicle a silver 1992 Infiniti 
sedan bearing OH GXQ5632 in the 100 
block of east Ohio Ave. I made contact with 
the driver Steven A Guildoo Sr. I got 
Stevens information and ran him through 
dispatch at which point it was discovered 
Steven had a suspended license for license 
forfeiture. 

I called for my other unit Det. Kelm and a 
tow truck. Det. Kelm arrived on scene and 
watch Steven as I wrote his citation.

Steven was issued a citation for DUS 
license forfeiture 335.07 and loud exhaust 
331.36 and given a court date at MCC#3 of 
02/28/19 at 0900hrs.

Det. Kelm and I began an inventory of the 
vehicle, during so Steven protested saying 
we were not allowed to search his vehicle. 
Steven was advised we were doing an 
inventory before the vehicle was towed at 
which point Steven became angered and 
left with his brother who came to pick him 
up, shouting "I'm calling the police". 

The Inventory was completed and towed 
away by Springer towing. There is not a 
hold on the vehicle as this is Steven's first 
citation for DUS in the past 3 years.



Sr Ptl. Brindack 507
02-18-19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002111
Traffic
W. Maryland near N.16th St


CITED: Jason Schell (AGE 40)
134. W. Market St. Alliance, OH 444601

Driving under suspension (failure to 
reinstate)   335.073


On 02/22/2019 at 3:59pm I Ptl. Everhart 
while in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling west on W. Maryland when I 
observed a vehicle traveling west on the 
same road turn left into the Sebring Villa 
without using his turn signal.

The vehicle then stopped at the entrance of 
the Sebring Villa and I positioned my self 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop 
in the parking lot of the villa off of W. 
Maryland. The vehicle was a blue 2008 
Chevy Cobalt bearing Ohio registration 
HQQ4216. 

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received valid 
insurance and registration, however the 
driver informed me he didn't have a license 
and that it was suspended. The driver was 
later identified as Jason Schell. 

I then informed Jason that we would not tow 
the vehicle if someone could drive it. His 
girlfriend, identified as Billie Jean Presley 
then arrived to pick up the vehicle.

I wrote Jason a traffic citation for an expired 
drivers license (failure to reinstate) citation 
(335.073 ORD) and gave Jason a court 
date of 02/28/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 
with a personal appearance required.

Once Jason signed the citation I provided 
him with a copy, issued him a warning for 
the turn signal and then cleared.



Ptl. Everhart #515
02/22/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002113
TRAFFIC
E Texas Ave near S 15th St, Sebring, OH 
44672


CITED: JUVENILE (AGE 16)
222 W 16th St, Salem, Ohio 44460

Driver License: None / SCO 335.01
Failure to Dim         SCO 337.14


On Friday, February 22,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south in marked 
unit #301 on S 15th St. I observed a vehicle 
travelling north past E Carolina Ave with its 
high beams activated and failed to dim 
them as it passed me. I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to catch up with the vehicle as it 
turned east onto E Texas Ave. Upon pulling 
onto E Texas Ave, I observed the vehicle 
was stopped in the westbound lane and 
directed the driver over the cruiser's PA 
system to pull off to the right side of the 
roadway.

The vehicle, a red Toyota Rav4 bearing 
Ohio registration HRD7252, pulled back into 
the eastbound lane and came to a stop. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as (JUVENILE), I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop. 
After requesting subject to provide her 
driver's license, she informed me she did 
not have her license and had just turned 16 
years old last month. 

Subject was accompanied by a 17 year old 
female who did produce a valid driver's 
license. Subject provided all of her 
identification information to me verbally.

Subject was issued traffic citation #031554 
for SCO 335.01 Driver License: None and 
SCO 337.14 Failure to Dim. 

Subject (JUVENILE) was informed the 
citation would be forwarded to the 
Mahoning County Juvenile Justice Center in 
Youngstown and she would be receiving 
documentation in the mail regarding her 
court date. The 17 year old passenger took 
control of the vehicle and both parties were 
released from the scene.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
2.23.2019



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PUBLISHED 9:40AM FEBRUARY 27, 2019
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Tuesday, February 19, 2019
07:47 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19002071
traffic 
N 15th st / W Ohio Ave


CITED: Richard Apple (AGE 28)
27953 State Route 62 Beloit OH 44609 

loud exhaust 331.36


On 02/15/19 I was parked in the parking lot 
of the Sebring Fire station at 235 E Ohio 
ave in  marked patrol car 303. While parked 
there I observed an orange in color Honda 
Civic "peel out"  of Circle K 205 E Ohio Ave 
parking lot at an excessive rate of speed 
and extremely loud exhaust  squealing its 
tires down E Ohio Ave. 

I activated my lights and sirens and initiated 
a traffic stop on the vehicle an orange 
Honda Civic bearing OH EVF7534 which 
stopped at 15th St and Ohio Ave. I made 
contact with the driver identified as Richard 
W Apple III who immediately admitted what 
he had done and advised he was just trying 
to get back to work and was in a hurry. 

Richard was issued a citation for loud 
exhaust 331.36 and given a verbal warning 
for squealing tires. 

Richard was given a court date at MCC#3 
of 02/28/19 at 0900hrs with a personal 
appearance not required. 


Sr Ptl. Brindack 507 
02/15/19 



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002068 
DATE: 02/15/2019 01:14:00


On 02/15/2019 I Ptl. Scott responded to the 
Sebring Mansion Bed and Breakfast in 
reference to a noise complaint.

Upon my arrival I met with a male and a 
female who had rented a room in the bed 
and breakfast and went outside and were 
locked out and then started to knock on the 
door to get the building owners Lynn Biery's 
attention. Dispatch then called Lynn who 
later came to the door to let the couple back 
into the building.


Ptl. Scott #506
02/15/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002066 
DATE: 02/14/2019 16:33:00


On 2-14-2019 at 1633 I responded to 
Sebring Community Center (306 W. Texas 
Ave.) for a report of a hit/skip.

On arrival I spoke to Angela P Ring, who 
states yesterday between the hours of 1700 
and 1800 someone hit her vehicle with 
theirs. After verifying her vehicie (black 2-
door chevy silverado, VIN#1 
GCEK14T2322210772) I went to the 
vehicle and noticed a visible dent, and gray 
palnt transfer from the striking vehicle to 
hers. Angela states speaking to a xxxxx 
whom she stated was the only vehicle she 
saw parked next to hers "became Irate as 
soon as I asked about the dent on my 
truck".

Angela asked that a report be made for 
lnsurance purposes. I took photographs of 
the vehicle, then cleared after dicussing her 
options of picking up the report for her 
Insurance. I verified her lnsurance (granger 
Insurance policy #4222551) and her 
registration and license I then cleared at 
1655.



Ptl Peterman 512
2-14-2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002061 
DATE: 02/14/2019 08:55:00



On 2/14/2019 I was dispatched to 15 N. 
Johnson Rd. for damage to private property.

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant William Doolan. William 
advised sometime between when the store 
was closed last night and approximately 
0855hrs someone had driven through the 
yard in front of the business and made 
several large ruts. 

Photographs were taken and will be placed 
in the case file. I then went to Zep's Pizza 
Shop to see if they had cameras that point 
in the direction of the trophy shop but they 
did not. I then cleared without incident.



Det. Kelm #505
2-14-2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002056
Criminal
784 South 14th Street, Sebring


ARREST: Jeffrey McCullough (AGE 37)
784 South 14th Street, Sebring


Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle F-4  
2913.02  BOND $4,000.00
Disruption of Public Services F-4   2909.04  
BOND $4,000.00
Domestic Violence M- 1              2919.25  
BOND $2,500.00
Intimidation of a Victim M- 1       2921.04  
BOND $1,250.00



On 02/12/2019, 1 was dispatched to the 
700 block of South 14th Street in reference 
to an unwanted subject. I arrived on 
location and found a distraught female 
whom I knew to be Mary McCullough 
"Cathy" having difficulty breathing. Cathy's 
son Bradley McCullough and his wife were 
at her side.

Family states that Cathy is distraught 
because her son Jeffrey has been "abusing" 
her. They went on to further say that Jeffrey 
assaulted her and took the keys to her car 
and took off. 

I then asked Cathy to tell me to the story in 
her own words. Cathy went on by stating 
that her son Jeffrey was released from CCA 
(Adult Parole Half Way House) and he was 
clean for a while. Cathy went on by further 
stating that he has been good but has 
slowly been started to fall back to his 
addiction. Cathy advised that Jeff wanted 
the keys to her car and she refused to allow 
him to have the keys because he is not a 
valid driver and law enforcement was at the 
house last time and advised her that she 
would be criminally charged the next time 
Jeff was driving her car. 

Cathy advised that Jeff then grabbed her 
and began violently shaking her and got the 
keys to her car leaving Cathy in a distraught 
state due to her long history of medical 
problems. Cathy advised that she would be 
able to take care of the issue with her 
medications but Jeffrey has been stealing 
all of her medications. 

Cathy advised that once Jeff gain control of 
her keys she wanted to call 911 for EMS 
services but when Jeff took off running to 
the car he also took her cell phone which 
was her only means of communication 
leaving Cathy in severe respiratory distress, 
and unable to report that she was a victim 
of a theft and an assault. 

Cathy advised that her daughter in law was 
able to locate the vehicle in Canton. Cathy 
advised that she wanted to pursue charges, 
and signed the DV packet and filled out a 
statement. 

I went into the other room where Jeff was 
sleeping and woke him up and advised he 
that he was under arrest and he needed to 
get dressed. Jeff ran through the house and 
confronted his mother and started yelling at 
her. Jeffrey was removed from the 
residence and taken out to the cruiser. 

Jeffrey was taken back to station and 
processed for charges of Grand Theft F4, 
Disruption of Public Services F4, Domestic 
Violence M1, and Intimidation M1. Jeffrey 
was given a court date of 2/14/2019 at 0900 
at MCC#3.

Jeff was transported to MCJ and incident 
was clear.


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002081 
DATE: 02/17/2019 09:18:00


On 2/17/2019 I was dispatched to 133 N. 
16th St. for property damage.

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Carol Moore. Carol advised 
some time during the course of the night 
someone had pushed over her fence in the 
front yard. I observed a bent fence post and 
the gate to the fence being bent back. 

I advised Carol a report would be taken. 
Photographs were taken of the damage. I 
then cleared.




Det. Kelm #505
2/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002080
836 S. 13th St. #18


ARREST: Grant Stuller (AGE 26)
836 S. 13th St. #18 Sebring

Domestic Violence/F3    2919.25A4
Felonious Assault/F2    2903.11A2


On 2/17/2019 I was dispatched to 836 S. 
13th St. #I8 for someone hitting another 
person in the head with a hammer.

Upon arrival I entered the residence and 
observed Todd Stuller Sr. holding Grant 
Stuller on the floor. Christa Stuller, Grant's 
mother, advised Grant just hit his brother 
Todd Stuller Jr. with a hammer. 

Todd Sr. assisted while I detained and put 
handcuffs (gapped, and double locked) on 
Grant. I then placed Grant in the back seat 
of my marked police cruiser.

Todd Jr. advised he was laying on the 
couch and Grant burst in the front door, 
came over to him and struck his shoulder 
and the side of his head with a hammer. 
Todd Jr. then advised his father Todd Sr. ran 
down the stairs and was able to retrieve the 
hammer from Grant. Todd Sr, advised he 
then placed the hammer in a bin under the 
kitchen sink to keep Grant from getting it 
again.

Todd Jr. advised the situation all stemmed 
from Grant stealing his motorcycle. Grant 
refused to give a statement written or 
verbal. Both Christa and Todd Sr. advised 
they were upstairs when they heard a lot of 
movement downstairs. Christa advised 
when she went downstairs she observed 
Todd Jr. and Grant wrestling on the floor. 
Christa also advised Todd Jr. stated Grant 
just hit him with a hammer.

Sebring FD arrived on scene and assessed 
both Todd Jr. and Grant who both refused 
medical treatment. Todd Jr. advised he 
would go to urgent care in Alliance to get 
checked. 

After both parties were checked a Domestic 
Violence packet was completed. Todd Jr. 
was advised he would have to go to MCC#3 
on 2/19/2019 to sign for the Domestic 
Violence charge.

At this time Grant was advised he was 
being placed under arrest for Domestic 
Violence 2919.25A4/F3 and Felonious 
Assault 2903.11A2/F2. Grant was then 
placed in to custody and transported to the 
police station. Grant was photographed and 
processed. Ptl. Brindack then transported 
Grant to MCJ. Grant will be arraigned on 
both Domestic Violence and Felonious 
Assault on 2/21/2019 at 0900hrs at MCC#3.




Det. Kelm #505
2/17/2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002078
WARRANT
836 S 13th St Apt 18 Sebring OH


ARRESTED: Todd Stuller (AGE 38)
836 S 13th St Apt 18 Sebring OH 44672

Contempt of court     2705.02



On 02/16/19 I served a warrant for the 
Minerva Police Department.

On 02/16/19 I came in contact with Todd 
Stuller Jr. who was filing a theft report (see 
report 19002077 for more info) When I ran 
Todd's information through dispatch it was 
discovered Todd hand an active pur 4 
warrant out of Minerva for contempt of 
court. 

Todd's identity was verified by OLN an 
social and I advised dispatch to contact 
Minerva to see if they wanted him. Dispatch 
advised that Minerva wanted Todd and was 
willing to come to our station to pick him up. 
I placed Todd in custody and transported 
him back to our station to wai for Minerva. 
Todd was picked up by the Minerva Police 
department at which time I cleared.



Sr Ptl. Brindack 507
02/16/19




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002072
TRAFFIC
N 12th St @ E Indiana Ave, Sebring, Ohio 
44672


CITED:  Bethany Payne (AGE 30)
545 Garry Rd, Akron, Ohio 44305

Speed - Over Limits (49/35) SCO 333.03
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Child 
Restraint) SCO 337.24
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Booster Seat) 
SCO 337.26


ARRESTED: Brennan Campbell (AGE 24)
592 Baird St, Akron, Ohio 44311

Possession of Marijuana  SCO 513.03



While patrolling north in marked unit #303 
on N 12th St near the baseball fields, 
Patrolman Everhart and I observed a 
vehicle travelling towards us in the opposite 
lane. The vehicle appeared to be travelling 
at a speed higher than the posted 35 MPH 
limit. After activating the mounted forward 
radar antenna, we observed a digital 
readout of 52 MPH. The speed of the 
vehicle fluctuated between 47 and 50 MPH 
and was finally locked in at 49 MPH. As the 
vehicle passed us, I activated the cruiser's 
overhead emergency lights and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
a black Dodge SUV bearing Ohio 
registration GZP7564, caine to a complete 
stop on N 12th St at E Indiana Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Bethany Payne, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Payne, I 
observed three children in the vehicle, one 
riding in the cargo area of the vehicle and 
another in an unsecured booster seat. 
Payne stated the child was in the cargo 
area because another child was laying 
across the backseat sleeping. A male 
passenger, identified as Brennan Campbell, 
provided his identification information to 
Patrolman Everhart. While speaking to both 
parties, both Patrolman Everhart and I 
could smell a strong odor of marijuana 
coming from inside the vehicle. Patrolman 
Scott arrived on scene to provide 
assistance as I advised dispatch we would 
be conducting a probable cause vehicle 
search of the vehicle.

Campbell admitted to officers he had 
marijuana with him in the center console of 
the vehicle. Both Payne and Campbell were 
instructed to exit the vehicle and take the 
children with them. Payne and Campbell 
were checked for weapons and contraband 
before being placed in the back of marked 
unit #304 to stay warm during the vehicle 
search. After finding a clear plastic bag 
containing a green vegetative substance 
believed to be marijuana and identified by 
Campbell to be marijuana, I requested 
Patrolman Peterman to retrieve the digital 
scale from the station and bring it to the 
scene. Following Patrolinan Peterman's 
arrival on scene, I weighed the bag and 
observed the bag of suspected marijuana to 
weigh 56 grams. The vehicle search did not 
yield any further contraband.

Payne and Campbell were allowed back 
inside of the vehicle and instructed to make 
sure all three children were properly secure 
inside the vehicle. Payne was issued traffic 
citation #031552 for SCO 333.03 Speed - 
Over Limits (49135) and two counts of SCO 
337.26 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Child 
Restraint and Booster Seat). Payne was 
inlormed of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 0900. 

Campbell was issued criminal minor 
misdemeanor citation #000295 for SCO 
513.03 Possession of Marijuana and 
informed of his inandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 0900. The 
plastic bag containing the suspected 
marijuana was brought back to the station 
and photographed, logged and secured into 
evidence locker #1.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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PUBLISHED 7:35AM FEBRUARY 19, 2019
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Wednesday, February 13, 2019
03:37 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002048
Traffic
N. 12th St./ E. Courtney Rd.


CITED: Jacob Hambrick (AGE 32)
17650 Idylwilda Lake Milton, Ohio 44429

Driving Under Suspension   335.07



On 2/10/2019 at 1:22A.M, I was traveling 
East on Ohio Ave. when I spotted a white 
Chevy traveling East, turning North onto 
12th street. I noticed the driver was unable 
to keep the car straight, and making slow, 
jerky movements across the lane. I initiated 
my overhead emergency lights and stopped 
the vehicle near East Courtney Road. I then 
approached the vehicle, identified myself, 
and informing him I stopped him because 
he was failing to maintain his lane. 

I asked for his documents, and the 
passengers license, as she stated she was 
the owner of the vehicle and was 
intoxicated so she let her boyfriend drive. 
The passenger, Nicole Yeber, was stating 
they were coming from a party and going 
home. I obtained the drivers information, 
and identified Jacob Hambrick, who was 
under an indefinite suspension. I advised 
Jacob he was under a suspension, and was 
going to be receiving a citation for driving 
under suspension. 

I returned to my patrol vehicle and wrote the 
citation for Driving under suspension city 
ordnance 335.07, and gave a verbal 
warning for failure to maintain lane. I 
advised the driver and passenger they 
would need two people who were sober and 
valid to drive their vehicle home. They 
advised me the driver would be about 20 
minutes away. I then advised they had 20 
minutes left, or I would have the vehicle 
towed. 

When 20 minutes passed, I reapproached 
the vehicle and asked where the driver was, 
and they stated they would be another 30 
minutes, to which was taking an extended 
period of time and I made a decision to tow 
the vehicle. I had dispatch call Springers 
towing to come pick up the vehicle. 506, 
and 508 arrived to assist with getting the 
individuals out of the vehicle, and 508 gave 
a courtesy escort to Sebring police Dept. 

I performed a vehicle tow inspection, then 
once the vehicle was taken to Springers, 
Me and 506 cleared. 

Erica Bridget Mararri arrived at Sebring 
Police Dept. to pick up both the driver and 
passenger.



Ptl. Peterman 512
2/10/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002047
TRAFFIC
Near 20430 Harrisburg Westville Rd, 
Alliance


CITED: Jaden Leasure (AGE 18)
15579 Greenbower St NE, Alliance, OH 
44601

Speed - Over Limits (68/55)    SCO 333.03



On Sunday, February 10, 2019, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling 
westbound on State Route 62 in marked 
unit #304. After pulling into Bistro 62 to turn 
around and return to the village, I observed 
a vehicle clear the intersection on State 
Route 62 at S Johnson Rd at what 
appeared to be a rate of speed higher than 
the posted 55 MPH limit. After changing my 
incruiser radar unit from moving to 
stationary, I activated the mounted front 
radar antenna and observed a digital read 
out of 69 MPH. I locked the speed in at 68 
MPH while the vehicle was still within the 
village limits. 

After the vehicle passed Bistro 62, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and pulled out onto State Route 62 to 
initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a black Mercury 4-door sedan 
bearing Ohio registration ERP7254, came 
to a complete stop just west of Bistro 62. 
Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jaden L. Leasure, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. Leasure admitted she thought her 
speed was 65 MPH and was unaware of 
what the actual speed limit was. 

I requested Leasure to provide her driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance. Leasure provided her license 
and vehicle registration but was unable to 
provide valid proof of insurance.

Leasure was issued traffic citation #031551 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (68/55) 
and informed of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, February 21,2019 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002046 
DATE: 02/09/2019 18:59:00


On 02/09/19 I conducted a warrant pick up 
for the Minerva Police Department.

On this date while handling a citizen welfare 
(for more info see 19002045) I came in 
contact with Christopher Jerome Thomas. 
When Ptl. Peterman ran Christopher 
through dispatch it was found he had an 
active Pur 4 warrant for contempt of court 
out of Minerva confirmed by his social 
security number. Minerva Police 
Department was contacted and they 
advised they did want Christopher. 

It was determined we would meet at Value 
City in Alliance and I advised Christopher of 
his warrant and placed him in custody, I 
then transported Christopher to value city 
where Minerva Police Department Sgt. 
Hanies took custody of Christopher at which 
time I cleared.

Ptl. Brindack 507
02/09/19


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002046
WARRANT
425 W Maryland Ave Sebring


Arrested: Christopher Thomas (AGE 23)
1314 Johnson Apt D Alliance ,OH 44601

Contempt of court   2705.02 



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002043 
DATE: 02/09/2019 17:50:00


On 02/09/2019. K9 Ollie was requested in 
the area of 5th Street and Main Street in 
Beloit to assist Goshen Police District.

I arrived on location and Ptl. McBride 
advised that he wanted a K9 sniff on the 
vehicle that he had on his stop. The driver 
was removed from the vehicle and was 
acting very strange and nervous. When 
asking the driver a few questions he lead 
that there may potentially be contraband in 
his vehicle. 

All occupants were removed from the 
vehicle and K9 Ollie was deployed. K9 Ollie 
was stimulated to the Goshen Police 
Cruiser and an open air sniff was 
performed, with negative alert and/or 
behavior change. K9 Ollie was then 
directed to the vehicle in question and 
during the 2nd rotation, there was positive 
behavior change noted on the passenger 
rear door. 

Vehicle was called hot and K9 Ollie was 
placed back in our patrol cruiser. I stood by 
for the beginning part of the search, but 
subsequently cleared prior to the 
completion of the search.



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002041
Traffic
US RT 62 / Bandy Rd.
Emergency Lights
Traffic


CITED: Jeffrey Roux (AGE 54)
671 S. 14th St. Sebring, OH 44672

Approaching Stationary Saftey Vehicle 
Displaying
Emergency Lights


On 02/09/2019 at 5:07am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was on a traffic 
stop which resulted in the towing of the 
vehicle involved and the vehicle was 
currently being loaded on the flat bed of the 
tow truck. The tow truck driver and I were 
on the left side of the tow truck on the 
westbound lane when a tan colored pickup 
truck traveling at a high rate of speed 
passed us nearly striking the tow truck 
driver, myself and the tow truck.

I then got into my cruiser and radioed for 
my other unit that might be in the area due 
to the driver of the vehicle that was being 
towed was in the rear of my cruiser waiting 
for a courtesy transport once the vehicle 
was towed. Ptl. Marchionda advised me 
that he was on the east most side of 
Sebring on 12th St.

I then decided to attempt the catch up to the 
vehicle with it still being insight. I then 
activated my audible siren and attempted to 
stop the vehicle. I caught up to the vehicle 
which came to a complete stop on US. RT. 
62 near Bandy Rd. The vehicle was a tan 
2007 Ford truck bearing Ohio registration 
FLT9213. A Smith Twp. officer stopped to 
assist (Ptl. Caughey). 

I exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received all and the 
proof of insurance was expired.

The driver was identified as Jeffrey A. Roux 
and Jeffrey stated that he did not see us 
until he was next to us and stated a vehicle 
was in the on coming lane so he could not 
get over. Jeffrey stated that he slowed down 
to 45mph when passing me. 

I then informed him that he almost struck 
me and the tow truck driver on the road in 
which Jeffrey stated that he has been 
driving for many years and has never been 
in this situation. I then returned to my 
cruiser and wrote Jeffrey a traffic citation for 
ORC Right of way for public safety vehicle. 
This is the wrong code and is being 
changed to ORC 4511.213A2 Approaching 
stationary public safety vehicle displaying 
emergency lights.

Jeffrey was cited into MCC#3 with court 
date of 02/14/2019 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required. Jeffrey 
signed the citation and was provided with a 
copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
02/09/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002040 
Traffic
US RT 62 West of Village Limits


CITED: Craig Doerschuk (AGE 54)
1522 Hammond Ave. Canton, OH 44706

DUS   335.07


On 02/09/2019 at 4:33am I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol in a marked police cruiser was at 
the Oak Ridge Motel when I observed a 
parked vehicle with the driver side door 
open and the driver just sitting in the 
vehicle. As I got closer to the vehicle the 
driver exited and walked into a room of the 
motel. I preformed a random registration 
check on the vehicle which was a blue 2006 
Ford HB with Ohio registration GUA3065.

Dispatch advised the registered owner 
Craig A. Doerschuk was suspended for 
non-compliance. The driver was no longer 
in the vehicle, so I assumed patrol. Later, I 
was in the area of the motel and observed 
the vehicle pull onto US RT. 62 traveling 
westbound.

I positioned my self behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop with the above-
mentioned vehicle on US. RT. 62 near the 
west of the village limits. I exited my cruiser 
and approached the driver and informed 
them of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I only 
received a piece of paper from the BMV 
with his information on it.

I ran the driver's information and confirmed 
the driver as the registered owner which 
was suspended. I then wrote Craig a traffic 
citation for driving under suspension SCO 
335.07 and cited Craig into MCC#3 with a 
court date of 02/21/2019 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required. 

The vehicle was inventoried and towed to 
Springer's Towing and Craig was given a 
courtesy transport to the Oak Ridge Motel 
by Ptl. Marchionda. 

A second incident took place during this 
traffic stop, see report # 19002041.



Ptl. Scott #506
02/09/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002039 
DATE: 02/08/2019 21:36:00



On 02/08/19 units responded to a 
disturbance at 145 N 17th St.

Upon arrival units spoke with Karren Neil 
who advised her husband Reggie Neil and 
her son Zachary Jones had gotten into a 
heated verbal argument and there was no 
physical fighting. 

Karren advised that they had both left 
before our arrival. 

Units were able to find Zchary Jones at 
Scott Fusco's house and he advised they 
same story. Units then cleared.



Sr Ptl. Brindack 507
02/08/19



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002025 
DATE: 02/06/2019 16:53:00



On 02/06/2019, I was dispatched to station 
in reference to a domestic.

When arrived I was met in the lobby by 
James and Lora Coss and their three 
children. James requested to speak to me 
separate from Lora with his son Hunter 
present. James advised that he was at an 
Auction in Canton when he received a call 
from his son from an unknown number. 
James advised that his son was so 
distraught that he was unable to understand 
him. James advised that his son advised 
him that his mother Lora closed hand struck 
him in the face followed by hitting him with a 
book, followed by going back to her closed 
hand. I then directed my attention to Hunter 
and Hunter advised that he was fighting 
with his brother when he called his mother a 
bad mom and she then allegedly attacked 
him. 

I noted that Hunter had a red mark on his 
face and I asked James when the last time 
he saw Hunter was and replied with two 
days ago. I then asked James if ever seen 
that mark on Hunters face and he advised 
no.

I then called Lora in whom requested all 
three children in. Lora advised that her sons 
Hunter and Hayden were fighting and he 
requested to have a game chair back and 
she told him that he needed to clean first. 
Lora advised that Hunter became enraged 
and called her a bad mom and was 
disrespecting her. Lora advised that she 
then smacked Hunter on the butt. Both of 
the other children involved were asked and 
they both gave their versions which were 
close to Lora's story.

I then asked Lora how the mark came on 
his face and she then advised that the mark 
was a scar from an ATV accident last 
summer. Lora then showed me a picture on 
her cell phone of Hunter sitting in the 
hospital room with a gash on his face 
consistent to the injury that James and 
Hunter were alleging happened due to the 
assault.

Lora advised that she wanted to take her 
son to the hospital for evaluation since she 
was alleged to beat her children. Lora 
signed medical releases and a statement. 
All of the involved children filled out 
statements. All parties then cleared.



...........................



On 02/07/2019, I spoke to Prosecutor 
Tolson in reference to the event and 
advised her that I was not comfortable at 
the time of the incident to make an arrest 
due to the event being parental discipline.

Prosecutor Tolson reviewed the case and 
advised that she too shared my thought and 
advised that she was declining charges. 
Case will be closed.



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002035 
Traffic
W. Ohio Ave. / N. 18th St.


CITED: Alyssa Alexander (AGE 26)
134 W. Maryland Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Traffic Control Devices     SCO 313.01




On 02/08/2019 at 3:24am I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol in a marked police cruiser was 
stationary at the intersection of W. Ohio 
Ave. and N. Johnson Rd. when I observed 
a vehicle traveling eastbound on W. Ohio 
Ave. fail to come to a complete stop at the 
intersection which has both stop signs and 
red flashing lights at the intersection.

I then pulled out onto the roadway and 
initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle on W. 
Ohio Ave. and N. St. the vehicle was a 
2008 Pontiac station wagon bearing Ohio 
registration POOKIES. I exited my cruiser 
and approached the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
all except the proof of insurance.

The driver was identified as Alyssa 
Alexander and I then returned to my cruiser 
and wrote Alyssa a traffic citation for traffic 
control devices SCO 313.01. Dispatch also 
notified me that the vehicles registration 
expired on 02/06/2019. 

Alyssa was given a verbal warning for the 
expired registration.

Alyssa was given a court date af 
02/14/2019 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3.

Alyssa signed the citation and was then 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
02/08/2019





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002034 
DATE: 02/08/2019 01:18:00



On Friday, February 8, 2019; Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Scott performed 
a traffic stop which resulted in the arrest of 
a female passenger on an active warrant 
out of Austintown.


While following a Ford 4-door sedan in 
marked unit #304 heading south on S 
Johnson Rd, I observed the vehicle go left 
of center as it approached State Route 62. 
As the vehicle turned west onto State Route 
62, I activated my overhead emergency 
lights to initiate a traffic stop with Patrolman 
Scott providing cover. The Ford 4-door 
sedan bearing Ohio temporary registration 
H299796, pulled Into the Oak Ridge Motel 
and came to a complete stop. 

Upon making contact with the driver and 4 
additional passengers, I identified myself 
and informed the driver of the reason for the 
stop.

Patrolman Scott and I obtained 
identification information from all 5 
occupants of the vehicle. While relaying the 
occupants information through dispatch, I 
was informed the rear driver passenger, 
identified as Klarysa Green from her social 
security number provided, had an entered 
warrant out of Ausintown for assault with 
cautions for violent tendencies and resisting 
arrest. 

I made contact with Green and instructed 
her to step out of the vehicle for she had a 
warrant for her arrest.

While placing Green in handcuffs behind 
her back (gapped/double-locked), Green 
informed me she was aware of the warrant 
and that she had planned on turning herself 
in. I advised Green she was being detained 
pending further confirmation from 
Ausintown Police department. Green was 
fully cooperative and did not resist at any 
time.

Dispatch informed me the warrant was 
good and Austintown would send an officer 
at a pre-determined location to take custody 
of Green. The location agreed upon was the 
OSP post In Canfield. Green was informed 
she was now under arrest and advised of 
her Miranda Rights. 

The remaining occupants in the vehicle did 
not have any entered warrants and the 
driver was valid. The driver was given a 
verbal warning for left of center and 
released from the scene. After clearing the 
stop I advised dispatch I would be en route 
to the OSP post in Canfield for the custody 
exchange.

Upon my arrival at the post in Canfield, I 
made contact with a female officer from 
Milton Township Police Department who 
subsequently took custody of Green.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
2.8.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002034
WARRANT PICK UP
20040 Harrisburg Westville Rd, Alliance, 
OH 44601


ARREST: Klarysa Green (AGE 22)
1184 W Perry St, Salem, OH 44460

Warrant - Assault (Austintown PD)   ORC 
2903.13 




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002033
TRAFFIC 
115 E Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672



CITED: Kelsey Shaver (AGE 24)
115 E Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Driver's License Required (No OL-Expired)   
SCO 335.01


On Friday, February 08,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on E Ohio 
Ave in marked unit #304. Upon passing N 
13th St, I observed a white and orange Ford 
SUV I had previously stopped on November 
13, 2018 and cited the driver/registered 
owner, Shane Trainer, for driving under 
suspension. I immediately radioed dispatch 
and requested the driving status of Trainer 
while I attempted to locate the vehicle after 
it proceeded north on N 13th St towards E
Maryland Ave. 

Dispatch advised Trainer's driving status 
was still suspended. As I proceeded west 
on E Maryland Ave, I observed the white 
and orange SUV turn west onto E Indiana 
Ave from N 13th St and pick up speed as it 
approached N 14th St. I quickly turned onto 
N 14th St and observed the vehicle turn 
west into the alley in between the 100 
blocks of E Indiana and E Virginia Ave. 

Upon entering the alley, I observed the 
vehicle turn left into a drive-way and upon 
locating the vehicle, I observed a white 
male standing near the driver door of the 
vehicle.

I made contact with the male by stating, 
"Hey Shane," to which the male turned 
towards me and I recognized him to be 
Shane Trainer from our previous interaction 
on November 13th. I informed Trainer his 
license was still suspended and asked why 
he had been driving. Trainer stated he was 
not driving, that his girlfriend Kelsey Shaver 
was driving and that he had just exited the 
garage to help her with groceries. 

I asked Trainer where Shaver was and he 
stated she was still in the vehicle. I called 
for Shaver to exit the vehicle and observed 
her exit the front passenger door. I 
proceeded to ask Shaver who had been 
driving the vehicle if she exited the 
passenger side. Shaver stated he had been 
driving and that she decided to climb over 
the center console and exit out the 
passenger side.

At this time, Patrolman Scott arrived on 
scene to assist. I radioed into dispatch and 
requested the driving status of Kelsey 
Shaver. Dispatch informed me Shaver's 
license status was expired and only held a 
valid identification card issued on August 
25,2018. I again asked both parties who 
was driving the vehicle and both parties 
stated Shaver was. 

I informed Shaver she would be receiving a 
traffic citation for operating a motor vehicle 
without a valid driver's license. Both Trainer 
and Shaver became irate and began to 
protest and question the grounds for the 
interaction. Although the vehicle had been 
observed on village streets, both parties 
protested the vehicle was now in their 
driveway on private property. Shaver 
demanded my full name and badge number 
to which I informed her that information 
would be located on the bottom of her traffic 
citation.

Shaver could be heard yelling she was 
"going to have my badge and my job" (sic). 
Shaver was issued traffic citation #031450 
for SCO 335.01 Driver License Required 
(No OL/Expired) and informed of her 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, February 14, 
2019 at 0900. After providing Shaver with a 
copy of her citation, which she signed, she 
demanded Patrolman Scott and I "get off of 
her property" (sic).



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002032 
TRAFFIC
600 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Kasen Smith (AGE 23)
1269 E 11th St, Salem, OH 44460

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)    SCO 
337.27



On Thursday, February 7,2019, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
vehicle approach the intersection from the 
south and turn east onto W Ohio Ave 
without first coming to a complete stop at 
the posted stop sign/flashing red traffic light. 
I pulled out from my location and activated 
my overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle, a teal Pontiac 4-
door sedan bearing Ohio registration 
HRE3511, came to a complete stop in the 
600 block of W Ohio Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Kasen Smith, I identified 
myself and informed Smith of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Smith, I 
observed he was not wearing his seatbelt 
and asked if he had taken it off after being 
stopped. Smith admitted he had not been 
wearing his seatbelt because he doesn't like 
wearing it. I requested Smith to provide his 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. Smith advised all of the 
requested documentation was not on his 
person or in the vehicle but did provide his 
full name, date of birth and last four digits of 
his social security number.

Smith was issued traffic citation #031449 
for SCO 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear 
(Driver) and given a verbal warning for SCO 
313.01 Traffic Control Device. Smith was 
informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 0900. 
Smith was extremely cooperative and 
respectful for the duration of the traffic stop.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
2.8.2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002031
Traffic
US RT 62 / Village Limits


CITED: Joseph Messenger (AGE 26)
5417 Woodsale Rd. Hanoverton, OH 44423

DUS     SCO 33547




On 02/07/2019 at 11:19pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol in a marked police cruiser was 
traveling southbound on S. 12th St. when I 
preformed a random registration check on 
the vehicle ahead me a 1998 Dodge 4s 
bearing Ohio registration HRD7666.
 
Dispatch then advised me that the 
registered owner was Joseph S. Messenger 
and that he was suspended.

Then vehicle turned west on US RT 62 and 
I then caught up with the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop on US RT 62 in 
between S. Johnson Rd. and S.15th St.

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
all except the proof of insurance. After 
receiving the documents, I was able to 
identify the driver as the registered owner 
which was suspended.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Joseph a traffic citation for driving under 
suspension SCO 335.07 and called for Ptl. 
Marchionda to stand by for the towing of the 
vehicle so I could give Joseph a courtesy 
transport. Joseph was given a court date of 
02/14/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required.

Joseph signed the citation and was 
provided with a copy and when Ptl. 
Marchionda arrived I patted Joseph down 
and placed Joseph in the rear of unit #301 
and transported Joseph to the Circle K in 
Sebring, the vehicle was towed to 
Springer's Towing with no hold.



Ptl. Scott #506
02/07/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002022
TRAFFIC
S 12th St @ Village Limit, Sebring, OH


CITED: Eric Bennett (AGE 37)
324 17th St SE, Canton, OH 44707

Speed - Over Limits (47/35)     SCO 333.03



On Wednesday, February 06, 2019, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
speed enforcement in marked unit #303 on 
S 12th St at E Georgia Ave. I observed a 
truck pass my location at what sounded like 
and appeared to be a higher rate of speed 
than the posted 35 MPH limit. I activated 
my cruiser's forward mounted radar 
antenna and observed a digital read out of 
44 MPH. As the truck continued south, I 
observed the digital read out increase and 
locked a speed of 47 MPH in before losing 
sight of the truck. I immediately pulled out 
from my location and activated my 
overhead emergency lights, audible siren 
and proceeded to catch up with the vehicle.

The vehicle, a tan Dodge truck bearing 
Ohio registration HNC6060, came to a 
complete stop on S 12th St at the village 
limit. Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Eric Bennett, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
I requested Bennett to provide his driver's 
license, vehicle registration and insurance 
information. Bennett provided the 
aforementioned documentation as 
requested. 

Bennett was issued traffic citation #I031448 
for SCO 333.03 Speed - Over Limits (47/35) 
and informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, February 14,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
2.6.2019



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19002021 
Traffic
Marathon Gas Station


CITED: Shilakuman Patel (AGE 37)
1340 Fox Den, Canfield, OH 44406

Speed 35/25    SCO 333.03




On 02/06/2019 at 4:50am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was stationary at 
the intersection of 15th St. and Ohio Ave. 
when I noticed a vehicle ahead of me 
traveling what appeared to be higher than 
the posted speed limit of 25mph on E. Ohio 
Ave. traveling east. I activated cruiser #304 
radar and observed a speed of 35mph.

I then positioned myself behind the vehicle 
which was a 2012 grey Toyota 4s bearing 
Ohio registration HQB9293. I activated my 
emergency over head lights in between N. 
13th St. and N. 14th St. The vehicle 
proceeded to travel east and finally came to 
a stop at the marathon gas station.

I exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested a driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received all of including a 
Maryland driver's license and was able to 
identify the driver as Shilakuman Dipakbhai 
Patel.

The driver stated that she did not stop 
because she thought I was trying to pass 
her and stated that she works at the 
marathon gas station. I then returned to my 
cruiser and wrote the driver a traffic citation 
for speed SCO 333.03 and gave the driver 
a court date 02/14/2019 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with a personal appearance not 
required.

The driver signed the citation and was 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
02/06/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 19002018 
Traffic
100 block S. 12th street


CITED: Nichole McCann (AGE 31)
511 Paige St. Carrollton, Ohio 44615

Speed 51/35    SCO: 333.03



At approximately 16:16 hours, on 
02/05/2019, I, Officer Reed, was patrolling 
southbound on S. 12th street near Alabama 
Avenue in marked unit #301, when I 
observed a northbound blue in color 
Chevrolet Equinox that appeared to be 
traveling above the posted speed limit of 
35MPH. Upon activating my in car radar 
unit, I obtained a locked speed of 51MPH. I 
then activated my overhead emergency 
lights and initiated a traffic stop on the 
Equinox, bearing Ohio temporary 
registration H333482, with the vehicle 
coming to a stop in the 100 block of south 
12th street.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Nichole Lynn McCann by her 
Florida Driver License, I advised her of the 
reason for the stop as well as asked for her 
registration and proof of insurance. McCann 
was able to provide me with her vehicle 
registration but was unable to provide me 
with insurance information, with her stating 
that she had just bought the vehicle and 
was trying to add it on to an existing policy 
that she had on another vehicle. 

I explained to McCann that anytime a 
vehicle is operated on a public roadway it 
must be covered by up to date financial 
responsibility. 

McCann also made statements regarding 
the vehicle being new to her and being 
unaware of her speed.

I then issued McCann traffic citation 
#I031530 for SCO: 333.01 (speed), with a 
mandatory court appearance at Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, February 
7th, 2019, at 09:OO hours. I then cleared 
from the scene. It should also be noted that 
my in-car radar unit's calibration was 
successfully verified both at the start of my 
shift as well as after issuing McCann her 
citation. 

Nothing additional to report at this time.



Ptl. Reed #514
02/05/2019



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PUBLISHED 3:20PM FEBRUARY 13, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *

Tuesday, February 05, 2019
01:46 PM -0500

Sebring Police STORY 
INCIDENT NUMBER: 16-010026 
DATE: 10/06/2016

Offense: Tampering w/ Reccords - Falsify, 
Destroy, Remove - F3 - Felony

Victim: Village of Sebring

Arrestee has been redacted.


On this date I was requested to look into a 
case of a Public Official destroying Public 
records. 

Det. Harris #504

This Department was requested to 
investigate a report of missing records.  In 
so doing the following action was taken 
along with the findings.

Lieutenant Bryan Bailey was requested to 
provide a written Statement to the 
operations of run reports and payroll under 
Chief James Cannell.
 
A written statement from Brad Harlan was 
requested in regards to the finding of the 
missing Roll Call Sheets. 

After reviewing the above statements, it is 
understood that after LT. Bailey and Captain 
Bailey completed their task with the run call 
sheets, they were placed in an unsecured 
filing cabinet.  The room was locked except 
when someone was in the room working.
 
I was informed that during the time in 
question the people that had keys to the 
Office was Lt. Bailey, CPT Bailey, Chief 
Cannell, Chief Harlan and Acting Chief 
Fryfogle.

Brad Harlan did question Chief Cannell 
about the missing run call sheets.  Mr. 
Cannell's reply was "Yeah I don't pay 
those".

I knew that Kevin Monnolly of the Attorney 
Generals office had interviewed Mr. 
Cannell. I spoke with Kevin and he told me 
that yes he had interviewed Mr. Cannell on 
the 13th of July 2016 at Mr. Cannell's 
house. I asked him if he had a transcript of 
the interview and he said yes and he would 
Email it to me. 
I received the Email on 10/4/16. In this 
interview Mr. Cannell states that he did not 
bill Smith TWP for MVA or "bullshit" calls. 
He was asked what is a "bullshit call. Mr. 
Cannell explained that they were the calls 
for false alarms, wires down or runs that get 
called off while on the way there. 

Mr. Cannell was questioned about what 
happened to the run sheets for all the 
"bullshit" calls. Mr. Cannell stated that he 
destroyed the run sheets because it a 
"bullshit call". He said that it was solely his 
discretion and that "My guys wouldn't get 
paid for those calls. Mr. Cannell claims he 
would not have destroyed the MVA run 
sheets but can't answer where the sheets 
went. In closing Mr. Cannell said that he 
worked at Sebring Fire for 50 years and 
"yeah .... I did what I wanted. I was the 
Chief for 38 years. If it was a bullshit call, I 
ripped it up and destroyed it." 

In making these statements and checking 
the list of 86 calls in question, that had been 
complied by Deputy Fire Chief Brad Harlan, 
the missing run sheets would be from 
"bullshit" calls except for one MVA. Mr. 
Cannell admitting that he ripped up and 
destroyed the run sheets, would account for 
them being missing. Mr. Cannell had the 
motive and the access to the records, that 
are missing. 

This case will be forwarded to the 
Prosecutor for charges. 


DET Harris 
#504 
10/6/16 

.........................

On this date the Prosecutor made contact 
with the County Prosecutor. They agreed to 
have a direct presentation to the Grand 
Jury. I hand carried the case to the County 
Prosecutor. Will wait for Grand Jury 
presentation. Charges will be Tampering 
with Records 2913.42 (B)(4), F-3. 


DET Harris 
#504 
10/11/16 


.................


I received notice to halt this case, until the 
State Auditor Investigation is done. This halt 
came from a letter written by Paul Gains 
dated 10/19/16. 

Det Harris 
#504 
10/20/16 


.................



On this date (01/23/2019) I received a copy 
of the State Audit.  In the report the State 
found that 178 fire runs totaling $111,020.00 
that ocurred in Smith Township that with 
held from the Village's billing office during 
the period  of January 1, 2008 to March 11, 
2015.  Therefore those runs were not 
included in the fire service invoices to the 
Township.

Based upon this information and the 
previous investigation this will be forwarded 
to the Prosecutor for review for charges: 
2913.42(b)(4) Tampering with Records and 
Dereliction of Duty 2921.44(e)  .



Chief Harris #502 
01/23/19


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On this date (02/04/2019) I received a 
notice from the Prosecutor stating that no 
criminal charges would be filed on this 
case.  The case in now closed.


Chief Harris  #502
02/04/19




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Sebring Police STORY
Private Property Accident
Report No.: 19001145 
Date of Crash - 1/27/2019
205 E. Ohio Ave.


Unit #1 Driver: Cody W. Ely - Age 25
21685 Best Rd. Alliance Oh 44601
Owner: Richard Cline,  Address 1105 E. 3rd 
St. Salem Oh 44460
Insurance (yes)
2008 Make Ford Model Truck - Color Blue
small scuff/paint transfer rear passenger 
bumper


Unit #2 Driver: Lisa A. Storm (age 36)
21444 N. Benton West Rd. North Benton 
Oh
Owner: Richard Michael - Address Same 
Insurance (yes)
2003 Make Buick Sedan White
broken driver's side headlight, hood bent



Unit #1 was backing out of a parking spot 
and struck Unit#2 causing the above 
mentioned damage.




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Sebring Police STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001142
Warrant
E. Ohio Ave. / N. 13th St.


Arrest: Cameron Yarwood (AGE 40)
9951 Randel Dr. Hanoverton, OH 44423

Agg. Poss. of Drugs (WARRANT CCSO)  
ORC 2925.11


On 01/27/2019, during shift while Ptl. Scott 
was doing a random registration verification 
check, it was found that the registered 
owner of the vehicle had a PUR 2 felony 
warrant for drug possession. I then went 
enroute to assist. I observed Ptl. 
Marchionda preceding that direction with an 
emergency response; I then decided to 
proceed under caution.

I arrived on scene and found Ptl. 
Marchionda exiting his patrol vehicle 
approaching Ptl. Scott who had the suspect 
out of the vehicle and already in cuffs.  Ptl 
Scott placed the suspect in the rear of his 
cruiser to await a response from 
Columbiana County as to if they wanted the 
subject or not.  Being that the only occupant 
of the vehicle was being detained and there 
was no threat I then cleared and resumed 
patrol.



On 01/27/2019 I Ptl. Scott white on patrol 
was behlnd a gold 2004 Subaru 4s bearing 
Ohio registration HJU5446 and ran a 
random registration check on the above 
mentioned vehicle. Dispatch then advised 
the registered owner which was Cameron 
Yarwood had an entered Pur 2 felony 
warrant out of Columbiana County for drug 
possession. 

I then initiated a traffic stop on the above 
mentioned vehicle on E. Ohio Ave. and N. 
13th St. I approached the vehicle and spoke 
with the driver and identified the driver as 
Cameron Yarwood and  had Cameron shut 
off and then exit her vehicle. I then detained 
Cameron and placed her in the rear of 
marked unit #304 until dispatch advised me 
whether or not Columbiana would want to 
take custody of Cameron. 

Dispatch soon advised me that Columbiana 
County SO will meet me at Westville. I then 
transported Cameron to the Subway in 
Westville were Columbiana County SO took 
custody of Cameron. I then cleared and 
returned to the village. 


Ptl. Scott #506 
01-27-2019




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001123
TRAFFIC
N. Johnson Rd. / W. Ohio Ave


CITED: Hailee Lowers (AGE 18)
1005 Lake Park BIvd. Sebring OH

Starting and Backing Vehicles 331.13


On 1/23/2029 I was dispatched to a minor 
vehicle accident at the intersection of N. 
Johnson Rd. and W. Ohio Ave. Upon arrival 
I observed a white in color van behind a 
green in color Chevy sedan stopped at the 
stop sign on N. Johnson Rd. Both vehicles 
were facing southbound with their hazard 
lights on. 

I made contact with both drivers and 
advised them to move their vehicles off the 
roadway. I followed both vehicles into the 
Zep's parking lot. I then again made contact 
with the driver of the white in color van 
identified as Matthew Wackeriy, 759 
RobertsvilIe Rd. Malvern Oh. I requested 
Matthew's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance which he provided. Matthew 
advised he was stopped behind the green 
in color sedan when a semi entered the 
intersection. Matthew then advised the 
green sedan put their vehicle in reverse and 
started backing up. Matthew then advised 
he began to hit his horn to warn the other 
driver but the vehicle struck the front 
bumper breaking the license plate bracket 
off the van.


I then made contact with the driver of the 
green in color sedan identified as Hailee 
Lowers, 1005 Lake Park Blvd. Sebring. I 
then requested Hailee's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance which 
she provided. Hailee advised she began to 
back her vehicle because a semi had 
entered the intersection and backed into the 
white van. 

I took photographs of the damage on both 
vehicles. I then wrote Hailee a citation for 
SCO 336.13/Starting and Backing Vehicles. 
I advised Hailee of her non mandatory court 
appearance at MCC#3 on 1/31/2019 at 
0900hrs. I then cleared without further 
incident.



Det. Kelm #505
1/23/2019




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001131
TRAFFIC
S. 12th St. / US RT 62



CITED: Emmi Williams (AGE 18)
394 Country Ciub Ln.Salem

Speed 49/35  SCO 333.03



On 01/25/2019 at 1:16am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a 2004 
grey Honda 4-S Ohio registration 
(GYY8775) traveling south on S. 12th St. 
near Alabama Ave. at a speed which 
appeared greater than the posted speed 
limit of 35 mph. After visual observation, I 
activated the forward mounted radar unit in 
#304 and I observed a reading of 49 mph. 

I activated the overhead lights on marked 
unit #304 and initiated a traffic stop on S. 
12th St. and US RT 62. I identified the 
driver as Emmi Cora Lee Williams. I 
informed Emmi of her excessive speed and 
issued a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Emmi a court date of 
02/05/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance not required. 

Ptl. Scott #506 
01/25/2019 





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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001129
Warrant Pickup



Arrest: Audrianna Keatley (AGE 22)
145 W. Oregon Ave. Sebring

Contempt of Court-Underage Possession   
4301.69


On 01-24-2019 I was dispatched to 
suspicious activity at 145 W. Oregon Ave.


Upon arrival I made contact with a female 
and 2 males later identified as Audrianna 
Keatley, Deric Eckles, and Dylan Eckles. I 
had dispatch run all 3 Individuals. 
Audrianna came back having a PUR 5 
warrant out of Alliance. 

I had dispatch contact Alliance who 
confirmed they wanted to pick her up. I 
advised Audrianna she was being placed 
under arrest. I then handcuffed her hands 
behind her back gapped and double locked. 
I then transported Audrianna to Perkins 
Restaraunt on SR 62 where I then 
transferred custody to Alliance PD. I then 
cleared without further incident'



Det. Kelm #505
1-24-2019




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001122
Criminal
SEBRING McKINLEY HIGH SCHOOL


Juvenile
508 E. Broadway St. Apt. A-8 Alliance
Inducing Panic   2917.31A2



On 01-23-2019 I was dispatched to Sebring 
McKinley High School for an incident 
involving a student.

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant principal Joseph Krumpak. 
Joseph advised he received a text on 
Friday night showing a video of him 
speaking at an assembly at the school. 
Joseph also advised the video originally 
sent on SnapChat showed crosshairs to 
simulate a rifie scope being pointed at him 
as well as the student making the video 
making gun shot sounds. Joseph then 
advised the video also had the words "get 
sniped" typed on it. Joseph advised the 
video was posted by (15 YOA). Joseph 
advised when he spoke to (juvenile) about 
the video he verbally admitted he had 
posted the video on SnapChat which would 
have been sent to approximately 200 
people on his contacts list. (juvenile) 
refused to write a statement to the principal 
and also refused to speak to me about the 
incident or write a statement.

Joseph advised would be suspended from 
school for 10 days with a recommendation 
expulsion. I also advised (juvenile) he would 
be charged with Inducing Panic 
2917.31A2/M-1.

(juvenile) mother Michelle Yarwood, 508 E. 
Broadway Alliance Oh 44601, arrived on 
scene and (juvenile) was released to her. 
Michelle was advised this report would be 
sent to JJC for the above mentioned 
charge. Michelle advised she understood 
and cleared the scene.



Det. Kelm #505
01-23-2019




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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 19001149
TRAFFIC
Sebring Police Station


CITED: Brittany Satterfield (Age 27)
45 Oakwood Drive, Beloit, Ohio

Stopping Ater Accident on Public Roadway   
SCO: 335.12
Assured Clear Distance Ahead   SCO: 
333.03


At approximately 16:30 hours, on 
01/28/2019, I was dispatched to a hit and 
run accident involving two vehicles on route 
62 in front of Perkins Restaurant. While 
enroute, it was advised by dispatch that the 
caller/complainant was able to give a 
vehicle description as well as plate number, 
with the plate returning to a 2010 black Ford 
Escape, registered to a Brittany A. 
Satterfield of Beloit.

Upon arriving to the location of the accident, 
I made contact with the complainant, 
Sandra L. Goff of Salem along with her 
adult male passenger, Harley Goff, also of 
Salem. After ensuring that no one was 
injured, I photographed the damage to 
Goff's red 2014 Subaru Forester as well as 
gathered more information regarding the 
incident. Goff advised that while westbound 
on route 62, she was attempting to turn 
right into the parking lot of Perkins when 
she observed a dark SUV approaching her 
car from behind at what she said appeared 
to be a high rate of speed. Goff advised that 
the vehicle, that she was able to identify as 
a Ford Escape, then struck her vehicle from 
behind and then went around her without 
stopping to provide information. Goff was 
able to further advise that the vehicle has 
one occupant, a dark haired white female 
that appeared to be in her 20's. Goff also 
advised that the subject appeared to have 
her hair up. I then photographed the 
damage to Goffs vehicle, which consisted of 
minor denting to the passenger side of her 
rear bumper, as well as collected a 1 page 
voluntary witness statement from her before 
clearing.

Upon returning to the police station, it was 
discovered that dispatch was able to locate 
a phone number for Satterfield in their 
database. I also asked Goshen Police to 
check the residence that was listed for 
Satterfield. I then made phone contact with 
Satterfield and asked her if she had been 
involved in an accident, with her advising 
that she had not but had instead been at a 
medical appointment in Youngstown. 

Upon completing my phone call with 
Satterfield, it was advised by Goshen Police 
that they had spoken to the father of 
Satterfields child, with him advising that he 
had just sent her photographs of damage to 
her vehicle, with her advising that it had 
occurred in Youngstown. I again made 
phone contact with Satterfield with her 
maintaining that she had only called her 
childs father to explain the damage to her 
car had not occurred due to the accident 
that I was investigating.

Upon speaking further to Satterfield, I 
advised her that due to the totality of the 
circumstances indicating that she was 
involved in the accident, that she would be 
receiving a citation for ORC 4549.02 
(Stopping after Accident on Public 
Roadway) as well as SCO 333.03 (Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead).

Satterfield then agreed to appear at the 
Police Station to get her citation.

Upon arrival, I observed damage to the 
front passenger side of Satterfields Ford 
Escape, with her advising that it had 
occurred several weeks ago when she 
struck a deer. Upon closer inspection of the 
damage, I was able to notice what 
appeared to be red paint exchange on a 
small piece of metal that was protruding 
from the bumper of Satterfield Escape.

I also noticed that Satterfield was wearing a 
dark coat and had dark hair as was the 
driver that Goff described to me. 

Upon entering the police station, Satterfield 
provided me with her Ohio Driver License, 
Vehicle Registration, as well as an 
insurance card from Viking Insurance 
Company of Ohio. I then issued Satterfield 
citation #031529 for the above listed 
offenses, with a mandatory court 
appearance at Mahoning County Court #3 
on Thursday, 01/31/2019 at 09:00 hours.



Ptl. Reed
#514



Upon further review it was found that 
Brittany should have been cited under SCO 
335.12 rather than ORC 4549.02.

Det. Kelm #505
1/29/2018




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Sebring Police Deparment
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002003
DATE: 02/01/2019 16:25:00


At approximately 16:39 hours, on 
02/01/2019, Mr. Jason F. Oldfield came on 
station to report that he had been the victim 
of a private property hit and run crash.

REPORTING OFFICER: Brindack, Sean 
BADGE NO.: 507 DATE: 02/01/2019 19:12


Mr. Oldfield advised that his vehicle a Gold 
in color 2007 Dodge Caliber bearing Ohio 
registration HDR 9693, had been parked In 
the rear parking area of Unifrax North, at 
500 Courtney Rd, when an unknown 
subject struck the rear bumper area, 
causing cracking of the plastic as well as 
minor paint damage. Oldfield further 
advised that he had spoken to co-worker, 
Lyle day, who informed him that he had 
noticed the damage earlier in the day 
around noon but that he himself had not 
noticed it until around 15:15 hours. Oldfield 
also informed me that he was sure that the 
damage had not occur prior to his arrival to 
work at around 06.00. I then took down Mr. 
Oldfield's License and lnsurance 
information, photographed the damage to 
his vehicle as will as obtained a one page 
voluntary witness statement from him.  Mr. 
Oldfield did inform me that the Unifrax plant 
manager , Alister McIntyre, was planning 
reviewing the security cameras of the 
parking area on Monday and that he would 
be in contact with the Sebring Police should 
any additional information be found.



Ptl Reed #514
02-01-2019




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Sebring Police Deparment
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002009 
DATE: 02/03/2019 01:40:00


On Sunday, February 3, 2019, Detective K9 
Redfern and Patrolman Marchionda were 
dispatched to Schmid's Bar at 135 E 
Oregon Ave for an unwanted intoxicated 
female.


Upon our arrival, we made contact with the 
female in question, later identified as 
Gretchen Cain, who appeared to be 
extremely intoxicated. Bar staff advised the 
female came into the establishment already 
intoxicated, refused to leave when she was 
told to and wanted her removed for the 
remainder of the night. Cain accompanied 
Det K-9 Redfern and I outside where we 
obtained her information.

Cain declared she could arrange for 
transportation to pick her up and take her 
home to her mother's residence in 
Homeworth. However, when Cain was 
instructed co contact her ride she informed 
us she was unable to. To quickly alleviate 
the matter I provided Cain with a courtesy 
transport to 23672 Georgetown Rd In 
Homeworth.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508




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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002010 
DATE: 02/03/2019 03:45:00



Dispatch advised Patrolman Peterman and 
myself that Norfolk Southern phoned the 
station  report a young female, 
approxrmately 12-14 years of age wearing 
a red sweater and floral pants sitting on the 
tracks near the crossing at S Johnson Rd. 

Upon my arrival, I instructed Patrolman 
Peterman to check the crossing at S 15th St 
as well as the crossing at S 12th St in 
addition to the tracks between those 
crossings. Smith Township Patrolman 
Caughey offered his assistance at which 
point I accepted and requested him to 
check the crossing at Heacock Rd. 


Dispatch advised all officers a train was 
scheduled to pass through the village and 
subsequently requested Norfolk Southern to 
stop the train until a search of the tracks 
could be conducted. The westbound train 
came to a stop in the village just west of the 
S 15th St crossing. Officers searched the 
tracks from S 12th St in Sebring to Heacock 
Rd in Smith Township and were unable to 
locate a female juvenile on the tracks or any 
else resembling that description in the area. 
After advising advising dispatch the tracks 
were clear the stopped train was given the 
go ahead to proceed.


 
Reporting Ptl. Marchionda, BADGE NO: 
508 DATE. 02/03/2019 




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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-002012 
DATE: 02/03/2019 23:30:00



Upon arrival I observed Andrew Krekor 
Bourgoujian walking down Ohio towards 
Beloit in the roadway. I stopped and spoke 
with Andrew and asked if he was okay or if 
anything was wrong.  Andrew said he was 
fine but cold, I asked if there was anywhere 
I could take him and he advised he was 
headed to Sebring Lake Estates trailer #31 
on Dogwood drive in Beloit.

Provided a courtesy transport to Andrew 
and made sure he got to the trailer safely 
where Cassidy Wilson said he was okay to 
be there, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack #507



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PUBLISHED 1:35PM FEBRUARY 5, 2019
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Tuesday, January 29, 2019
08:30 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001113 
Traffic
400 Block Courtney Road


CITED: Bradley Barringer (AGE 23)
595 W. Maryland Ave. Sebring

Failure to Control    331.34A



On 1/20/2019 I was dispatched to a vehicle 
stuck in a ditch in the 400 Block of Courtney 
Road. Upon arrival I observed a silver in 
color Jeep Liberty bearing OH registration 
HQB8162 in the ditch on the north side of 
Courtney Rd. I made contact with the driver 
Bradley J. Barringer, 595 W. Maryland Ave. 
Bradley advised he was traveling 
westbound when he lost control of the 
vehicle and spun around off the road and 
into the ditch. 

I then requested Bradley's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance. A11 
requested documents except proof of 
insurance were shown. 

I had dispatch contact Springer's to pull the 
vehicle out of the ditch. 

Bradley was cited for SCO 331.34A/Failure 
to Control and given a mandatory court date 
on 1/31/2019 at 0900hrs. Once Springer's 
arrived on scene and got the vehicle out of 
the ditch I cleared the scene without 
incident.


Det. Kelm #505
1/20/2019




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PUBLISHED 8:21AM JANUARY 29, 2019
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Thursday, January 24, 2019
11:31 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001078 
Traffic
W. Ohio Ave/N. Johnson Rd


CITED: Carol Miller AGE 70
256 E. Vermont Ave, Sebring, Ohio, 44672

Right of way at intersection   331.16


At approximately 18:10, on 01/14/2019, I 
was dispatched to a 2 vehicle crash at the 
intersection of W. Ohio Avenue and N. 
Johnson Rd. 

Upon arrival, I observed a grey in color Ford 
F150 and a grey Chevrolet Equinox in the 
roadway. After speaking with all involved 
parties and determining that there were no 
injuries, I instructed them to move their 
vehicles over to the parking area of the 
building in the northwest portion of the 
intersection. I also noted that there was 
significant damage to the F150 so I advised 
dispatch to start a tow truck to my location. 

I then gathered the driver information from 
both parties, with a MR. Donald D. 
Crawford being the owner and driver of the 
F150 and Carol R. Miller being the owner 
and driver of the Equinox. Miller also had an 
adult passenger, Richard W. Baker, in the 
front passenger seat. After speaking with all 
involved parties, I was advised that Miller 
was traveling westbound on W. Ohio 
Avenue and Crawford was traveling 
Northbound on N. Johnson Rd. 

I determined that Miller failed to yield the 
right of way to Mr. Crawford, with her 
advising that she believed that she stopped 
but saw him when she entered into the 
intersection. 

Miller was issued a citation for SCO 331.16 
(Right of way at intersection). Crawfords 
vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Sebring Tire with disabling damage and 
Millers vehicle was able to be driven home 
from the scene. 

I then cleared from the call at 18:53 hours. 




Ptl. Reed #514 01/14/2019 





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001098
Criminal
MCC#3


ARRESTED: Hunter Prendergast AGE 21
3331 Lake St. Beloit

Aggravated Possession of Drugs / 2925.11



On 1-17-2019 I served a warrant for Stark 
County.


On 1/17/2019 I served a warrant to Hunter 
Prendergast, 3331 Lake St. Beloit, for Stark 
County. While at MCC#3 I was advised 
Hunter had a PUR 2 warrant for felony drug 
possession. 

Once Hunter finished his court business I 
placed him in handcuffs (gapped and 
double locked) and placed him in the back 
seat of my marked cruiser. I then 
transported Hunter to Stark County jail 
where Stark deputies then took custody of 
Hunter. I then cleared without incident.


Det. Kelm #505
1/17/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001106
Traffic
606 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672 
(MCC#3)


CITED: Jacob Snyder AGE 29
295 West Maryland Avenue, Sebring Ohio 
44672

DUS  / 335.07



On 01/18/2019, I observed a white GMC 
Envoy in the area of Ohio Avenue and 
North 15th street with a missing red cover 
on their tail light. I ran the plate and found 
that it was registered to an elderly female. 
Assuming that she was unaware of the 
violation I decided to conduct a traffic stop 
in front of the court house just to advise of 
the violation. 

Upon making contact with the un-restrained 
driver of the vehicle whom was identified as 
Jacob Snyder of Sebring. I advised Jacob 
of the violation, and he advised that the car 
was his mothers and he was using it while 
his was being repaired. Jacob advised that 
he would have the light fixed prior to giving 
it back to his mother. 

I asked Jacob for his license real quick and 
found that he was suspended. Jacob was 
cited for Driving Under Suspension and 
Cited to MCC#3 for 1/24/19 at 0900. Jacob 
advised that he thought that the suspension 
was lifted on Thursday while he was at 
court. Jacob advised that he was traveling 
to a residence that was with in the block of 
the traffic stop. 

Exercising my own discretion, I allowed 
Jacob to proceed taking the vehicle to the 
house which was two houses down. 

Jacob was advised to park it until he can 
get his license valid. Jacob advised that he 
understood, I then cleared. 



K9 Det. Redfern 504 




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001102 
Criminal/Traffic/Summons
1005 Lake Park Blvd Lot 88, Sebring Ohio 
44672


ARRESTED: Casey Evans AGE 25
1005 Lake Park Blvd Lot 88, Sebring Ohio 
44672

DUS(Traffic Cite)  /  335.07
DOC M-4 (Summons)   / 2917.11
Obstructing official business (Summons)   /   
2921.31



On 01/18/2019, While sitting stationary in 
the school zones during school drop off, I 
was alerted by a 
parent that she was just threatened by 
another parent. I spoke to Alexandria 
Bowman whom advised 
that as she was trying to drop her daughter 
off a woman in front of her got out of her 
vehicle and 
approached her stating that if she didn't get 
off her ass she was going to beat her ass.  
Alexandria 
advised that this took place in the school 
parking lot. Alexandria advised that license 
plate was on a 
silver chevy with license plate FHIX5989. I 
took a written statement from Alexandria 
whom advised 
that she would like to see action taken. 


I then ran the plate of the vehicle and found 
that it came back to a Sally Howard of 
Sebring. I made 
contact with Sally whom advised that 
daughter Kathy Howard of Lake Park Blvd. 
was in possession 
of the car. Sally advised that her 
granddaughter Casey Evans was also 
residing there and she was 
probably driving the car. 

I then went to Lake Park Blvd. Lot 88 to 
speak with Casey. I knocked on the door 
and Kathy 
answered the door and I requested to 
speak with Casey. Casey walked over to 
the door and stated 
"Fuck you want". I advised Casey that she 
did not need to talk like that and Casey 
advised that she 
has no respect for the police, followed by 
stating that she was not at the school today, 
before I was 
able to tell her why I was there. 

After a disrespectful conversation with 
Casey, she stated "Did you see 
on the recording how that bitch almost hit 
me?" As I continued to attempt to warn 
Casey of the 
incident and clear, Casey became irate and 
uncooperative. Casey then went to the rear 
of the mobile 
home while I spoke to Kathy. 


I then went to BL Miller and watched the 
video footage. I observed Casey get out of 
her vehicle at the 
parent drop off and saw her walk back to 
the red car that Alexandria was in, then get 
back into her car 
and drive away. 


I spoke to Chief and Prosecutor Tolson 
whom advised that charges for DUS based 
off of my visual 
observation of the video footage, Disorderly 
Conduct to the profanity at the school, and 
obstructing 
official business for lying to officers about 
not being at the school. 


 
Summons will be filled out and sent to 
MCC#3 for a mandatory appearance on 
01/24/2019 at 0900.

 
K9 Det Redfern 504 


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On 1/18/19, Casey Evans was served with 
a criminal summons to appear in MCC#3 on 
1/24/19 at 0900 for Obstruction, Disorderly 
Conduct, and Driving Under Suspension. 
Case will be closed.



K9 Det. Redfern 504




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PUBLISHED 11:22AM JANUARY 24, 2019
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Saturday, January 19, 2019
05:56 PM -0500

Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-010076 
DATE: 10/22/2018 09:43:00

2919.22 Endangering Children


A person came into the station to report 
something that happened in Portage 
County.

Doug Newell (age 49) came to the station to 
report something that happened in Portage 
County.  Doug told me that he was at the 
house where Mark Mueller and his family 
lived prior to Marks arrest.  He was given a 
note by the owner of the property from the 
daughter of Mark. In thls letter the girl says 
that she had been molested by her father. 

This information will be turned over to the 
Portage County Sheriff Office.

Chief Harris #502
10/23/18

...........................

On 01/11/2018, I was given this case to 
look into by Chief Harris 502. After looking 
into the details of the case it was 
determined that this department would have 
jurisdiction of the case. I spoke with intake 
at Portage County Children services, whom 
advised that they have the children placed 
with their aunt (xxxxxx). Portage County 
advised that they would have the case 
worker (xxxxxx) call me for more info.

Looking through CAD I was able to locate 
(xxxxxx) and I was able to locate her phone 
number through Alliance Court due to a 
recent citation through their court. I was 
able to make contact with (xxxxxx) who 
advised that the three boys were placed 
with her and that the female juvenile was 
placed with her sister in law (xxxxxx)  
avised that she had a few concerns with the 
boys well being, and further stated that she 
felt that there was evidence of sexual abuse 
with the boys and their father Mark Mueller. 
(xxxxxx) advised that they boys expressed 
that Mark subjected the boys to watching 
pornography together and she had 
concerns of one of the juveniles showing a 
sexual interest in younger juveniles. 
(xxxxxx) advised that the boys have been 
slowly disclosing more and more 
information. I advised (xxxxxx) that if she 
was okay with it, if I could have the boys go 
to a Child Advocacy Center and speak with 
a professional in reference to the events 
that took place? (xxxxxx) expressed that 
she lived in southern Columbiana County 
and requested that the CAC interview be 
closer to her than Portage. I advised that I 
would reach out to the Children's Network in 
Stark County to see if they would interview 
the juveniles, I explained to (xxxxxx) that 
Stark County had no obligation to see assist 
with this case due to the events either 
taking place in Mahoning or Portage 
County.

I reached out to the director of the CAC in 
Stark County whom advised that they would 
do the curtesy interview, but due to Portage 
County having custody of juveniles, a 
representative of their agency would need 
to be present to provide consent.

I made contact once more to Portage 
County Children's Services, in reference to 
this matter and spoke with Supervisor Lori 
Tibensky who authorized the interview to be 
conducted in Stark County.

Lori advised that there was two social 
workers whom were currently assigned to 
this case. Lori advised that one of the two 
social workers would be present at the 
interview to give consent for the interview. 
Lori advised that the female Juvenile just 
had a CAC interview conducted in Portage 
County just two days prior in reference to 
the molestation accusations, and it was 
determined that the event happened in 
Sebring.

I then made contact with the University 
Hospital Portage Campus and spoke with 
the Child Advocacy division whom advised 
that the interview was indeed completed 
two days ago. I requested a copy of the 
interview, and was advised that I would 
need to pick it up in person in order to sign 
the release.

I arrived at the Portage CAC and obtained 
the material for review.


On 11/2/2018, I went to the Portage County 
Sheriffs Office where Mark Mueller and 
Rebecca Brodzenski were being held due 
to their several felony warrants, I spoke to 
Rebecca, and I asked Rebecca if she 
recalled the time that they were living at 
Andrew Borgugians. house and her 
daughter ran away. Rebecca immediately 
became overwhelmed with emotion and 
started to cry hysterically.

Rebecca continued to cry for several 
moments before she was able to compose 
herself for a conversation. Rebecca stated 
that she was aware of the incident and that 
it happened while she was in Pennsylvania. 
Rebecca advised that she came home from 
PA and her daughter was gone.

Rebecca advised that when she returned 
she was made aware of the incident and 
that she sent her daughter to stay with her 
mother for a few days, but she 
subsequently had her daughter come back. 
Rebecca then started breaking down in 
tears and stated, "what kind of mother am I 
for not believing my own child?". Rebecca 
then stated that she noticed that Mark was 
showing more special attention to the 
female juvenile over the three boys. 
Rebecca advised that she thought the 
behavior was very odd. Rebecca advised 
that the boys made mention of the incident 
to her and Rebecca stated that she thought 
the three boys were jealous of the attention 
that Mark was showing his daughter.

Rebecca started to write a statement as to 
the event. During Rebecca writing the 
statement she became overwhelmed with 
emotion and started crying hysterically 
stating that "I should have just believed my 
fucking children, but I didn't ... Tell them I'm 
so sorry." 

Rebecca became extremely emotional 
stating that she was a horrible mother and 
that she did not deserve to ever have her
children again. Rebecca requested that I 
come back to complete the interview, 
Rebecca advised that she needed to seek 
psychiatric services. Rebecca was unable 
to complete the written statement.

This case will be presented to Mahoning 
County Prosecutors office for review of 
possible charges, and for the possibility of a 
direct presentment to the Grand Jury of 
Mahoning County.


Detective Redfern #504


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On 1/17/2019, This case was presented to 
the Mahoning County Grand Jury. Mark 
Mueller was indicted on one(1) count of 
Gross sexual imposition. And Rebecca 
Brodzenski was indicted on one(1) count of 
Child Endangering M1. This case will be 
closed unless new information comes to 
light.


K9 Detective Redfern 504


It was later determined by looking through 
department records that I was dispatched to 
Andrew Borguagian's residence at 646 
North 15th Street in Sebring on July 18th 
2018 at 1702 due to Rebecca Brodzinski 
calling in stating that the female juvenile 
has ran away. It is determined that this the 
approximate date of the incident.




K9 Detective Redfern 504



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Sebring Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001066 
Traffic 
236 Alabama Ave. Apt. 6 Sebring


CITED Shannon Mather AGE 49
236 Alabama Ave. Apt. 6 Sebring

Physical Control    4511.194B1



On 01/10/2019 at 1821hrs I was dispatched 
to a medical call at 236 Alabama Ave. Apt. 
6. Upon arrival I observed a red in color 
Dodge van stuck in the yard in front of the 
apartment building as well as mud 
splattered on the outside walls of the 
building. I heard a female voice yelling for 
someone to sit down.

When I walked up to Apt. 6 I observed a 
male later identified as Shannon R. Mather 
with a laceration on his face with blood 
dripping, with his pants around his ankles. I 
then spoke to Shannon who had the odor of 
an alcoholic beverage emitting from his 
person. I asked Shannon what had 
happened and he just kept repeating he 
was fine and nothing happened. I observed 
Shannon had slurred speech and he was 
not able to keep his balance. 

The complainant Paula Mather advised 
Shannon had been sitting in the van 
drinking beer and listening to music. Paula 
then advised she could hear the engine 
revving loudly. Paula then advised Shannon 
walked into the apartment where he fell and 
his face struck the TV stand causing the 
laceration.

Ptl. Brindack arrived on scene and got 
verbal consent from Paula to search the 
van. After searching the van Ptl. Brindack 
advised he observed several empty beer 
cans as well as the smell of an alcoholic 
beverage emitting from the passenger 
compartment of the van. Photos were taken 
and will be placed with the case file.


Sebring FD arrived on scene and advised 
Shannon they believed he was heavily 
intoxicated. He was then advised due to his 
level of intoxication as well as his injury to 
his face he would have to be transported to 
the hospital. Shannon was transported to 
Alliance Hospital.

I had Ptl. Brindack respond to the hospital 
to attempt to get a urine sample from 
Shannon which he refused.

On 1/14/2019 I requested Shannon's 
medical records from his ER visit on 
1/10/2019. After reviewing the medical 
records it was confirmed that Shannon was 
under the influence of alcohol at the time of 
the incident. I spoke to Prosecutor Tolson 
who advised she approved a charge of 
Physical Contro1/4511.194B1/M-1.

On 1/15/2019 I responded to 236 Alabama 
Ave. Apt. 6 and issued Shannon a citation 
from Physical Contro1/4511.194B1/M-1. 
Shannon was advised of his mandatory 
court appearance at MCC#3 on 1/24/2018 
at 0900hrs. I then cleared.


Det. Kelm #505
1/15/2019



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Sebring Police STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
19-001066 REPORT 
DATE: 01/10/2019 18:18:00



On 1/10/2019 I was dispatched to 236 
Alabama Ave Apt 6 for a citizen welfare 
check.

Upon arrival I observed a red in color 
Dodge mini van stuck in the grass as well 
as mud splattered on the side of the 
building. I then made contact with the 
complainant Paula Mather. Paula advised 
her husband Shannon Mather was listening 
to music and drinking beer in the van. Paula 
also advised she heard the engine reving in 
the van and observed that it had been 
driven into the yard and gotten stuck. Paula 
then advised Shannon walked into the 
apartment and fell hitting his face off the tv 
stand. 

I observed a large laceration on Shannons 
face with blood dripping as well as a strong 
odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from 
Shannons person. Shannon also had his 
jeans pulled down around his ankles.

Sebring FD personnel arrived on scene and 
assessed Shannon. Shannon was advised 
since he was intoxicated and hurt they were 
obligated to take him to the hospital to be 
seen. Shannon kept insisting he was fine 
and nothing had happened. 

Sebring FD personnel were finally able to 
get Shannon to go with them to the 
ambulance where he was transported to 
Alliance Hospital.

Ptl. Brindack responded to Alliance Hospital 
to request a urine sample from Shannon 
which he refused.

A written statement was obtained from 
Paula and pictures were taken of the 
damage to the property.

This case will be forwarded to Prosecutor 
Tolson for a possible charge of Physical 
Control while intoxicated 4511.194B1/M-1


Det. Kelm #SO5
1/10/2019



.....................



On 1/10/19 I responded to the above 
mentioned location for a citizen welfare. 
Upon arrival I observed a maroon van in the 
yard with the tire dug into the ground. Det. 
Kelm informed me that Shannon Mathers 
had been allegedly sitting in the driver seat 
and then some how the car ended up in the 
yard.

Shannon's face was extremely bloody and 
he was transported to ACH by Sebring FD.

I went to ACH with Shannon and asked for 
a urine sample which he refused. Per Chief 
Harris I spoke with the doctor and asked for 
a blood draw. The doctor advised he would 
get one and we could subpoena the 
medical record at a later date. 

I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
1/10/19




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On 1/14/2019 I responded to Alliance 
Hospital to request the medical records for 
Shannon's ER visit on 1/10/19. The records 
clerk released Shannon's medical records 
which indicated he had was under the 
influence of alcohol at the time of the 
incident. I spoke to Prosecutor Theresa 
Tolson who approved a charge of 
4511.194B1/Having Physical control of a 
Vehicle with Under the Influence/M-1.



Det. Kelm #505
1/14/2019



On 1/15/2019 I responded to 236 Alabama 
Ave. Apt. 6 to issued Shannon a citation for 
4511.19461/Physical Control/M-1. I advised 
Shannon of his court date at MCC#3 on 
1/24/2019 at 0900hrs. Shannon advised he 
understood. After Shannon signed the 
citation he was given his copy and I 
cleared.



Det. Kelm #505
1/15/2019




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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-001084 
DATE: 01115/2019 17:00:00



On 1/15/2019 at 1700 I was dispatched to 
545 W. Ohio Ave for a domestic dispute.

Upon arrival I spoke to Jon-Michael Steed, 
who states his girlfriend, Amanda Taveras 
was throwing clothes and cursing at him. 
While questioning Jon, I told Amanda to go 
outside their house and placed Jon in 
handcuffs, stating he was not under arrest, 
but was detained until I could gather more 
information on the altercation that occurred. 
I then patted Jon down for weapons, then 
had him sit down on a chair. 

During questioning of Jon, Det. Redfern 
arrived on scene and started questioning 
Amanda about what occurred. She stated to 
Det. Redfern that Jon was drinking, and 
became violent, and started throwing 
clothes at her and yelling obscenities.

Det. Redfern stated she was refusing to 
pursue charges of Domestic Violence, and 
when I retrieved the documents, I again 
asked her if she wanted to refuse pressing 
charges, or wanted charges pressed. She 
then stated to me that she was refusing 
charges, and I then had her sign a refusal 
form. 

I asked Amanda and Jon if either wanted 
medical attention, to which they both denied 
needing medical attention. I then cleared.

Ptl. Peterman 512 



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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
11:07 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 
CASE # 19001052
CRIMINAL
Sebring Police Station


ARREST:  Derek Chittock (AGE 32)
148 Cedarwood Dr. Beloit, Ohio 44609 

Falsification    2921.13 


ARREST: Jessica Yaggi (AGE 34)
756 N 15th St, Sebring, OH 44672 

Falsification M1   2921.13
Recieving Stolen Property M1  2921.13


Stolen: Several boxes of hypodermic 
needles

On 01/08/2019 After investigation into a 
previous case it was found that further 
charges could be filed.
 

Looking into case numbers 19001041, and 
19001042 it was found that the two involved 
parties may have possibly falsified 
information. On 01/06/2019, Jessica Yaggi 
and Derek Chittock were involved in a traffic 
stop that subsequently resulted in the arrest 
of Jessica Yaggi on a failure to appear 
warrant out of Alliance. During the stop K9 
Ollie was deployed resulting in a drug 
detection hit of the vehicle.  The vehicle 
was searched and hypodermic needles 
were recovered as well as a scale with 
trace amounts of white powder on it.  
During conversation Derek advised that the 
needles were recovered by him at the 
recycling center that he works at.

During the weekend, Jessica Yaggi called 
into the dept. advising that the hypodermic 
needles that were taken during the stop 
were the property of a terminally ill juvenile 
and she needed the needles back asap for 
the child's wellbeing. 

During completion of the report today it was 
found that the needles were actually the 
property of Carol Moore. 

I went and spoke with Carol Moore whom 
advised that over the past week she had 
been visited by Jessica. I asked Carol if she 
had any missing medical supplies, and she 
advised that she was not aware of any that 
were missing. I advised Carol that there 
were several hypodermic needles that were 
recovered in a vehicle over the weekend. 
Carol advised that she had 8 boxes of 
expired needles that were behind the stand 
in her living room. I went over to the box 
and saw that there were 6 boxes. Carol 
advised that she probably took them when 
she was in the bathroom because it takes 
her a long time in the bathroom. Carol 
advised that Jessica did tell her about a sad 
story about a child who needed needles, 
but Carol would not give her any of them. 

After conversation with Prosecutor Tolson, it 
was determined that Jessica would be 
charged with 1 count of Falsification, and 1 
count of Receiving stolen Property. It was 
also determined that Derek would also be 
charged with 1 count Falsification. 


K9 Det. Redfern 504 

.............................


On 01-08-2019, while getting the charges 
approved for this case by the prosecutor via 
telephone, Jessica Yaggi came to the 
station. Jessica was taken into custody and 
processed for her charges. 

Jessica was fingerprinted and 
photographed and given an OR bond in the 
amount of $2,500.00. 

Jessica was given a court date of 
01/10/2019 at 0900 at MCC#3. 



K9 Det. Redfern 504 


................................


On 01/08/2019, Derek Chittock called the 
dept. and advised that he would be in on 
01/09/2019 to be processed. Derek advised 
that he was in Youngstown at his aunts 
house and he was unable to come to get 
processed tonight but he would be in 
tomorrow. 



K9 Det. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 
CASE # 19001041
Warrant Pick UP
N. Johnson Rd. outside village limits


Arrest: Jessica Yaggi AGE 34
756 N 15th St, Sebring, OH 44672

Warrant - FTA Agg Poss of Drugs    ORC 
2937.43



Prior to starting the shift, officers were given 
advance knowledge that Jessica Yaggi had 
an entered warrant out of Alliance Municipal 
Court. While patrolling north in marked unit 
#303 on N Johnson Rd near the Smith 
Township Police Department, I observed a 
maroon Buick bearing OHIO registration 
GCN6997. Dispatch had previously 
informed officers earlier in the shift that the 
aforementioned vehicle was registered to 
Yaggi. After relaying my location and 
direction of travel to dispatch, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren to initiate a felony traffic stop just north 
of Sebrlng Woods.

The maroon Buick came to a camplete stop 
on N Johnson Rd north of the village limits. 
After advising dispatch I would be on a 
felony stop with two occupants, I ordered 
the driver to turn the vehicle off and for the 
driver and passenger to place their hands 
outside their respectwe windows.

K-9 Detective Redfern, Patrolman Scott and 
Smith Township Patrolman Caughey arrived 
on scene at this time to assist. The driver 
was ordered out of the vehicle and when 
she emerged, officers confirmed by visual 
identification that the driver was Jessica 
Yaggi. Yaggi was placed in handcuffs 
behind her back (gapped/double locked) 
informed she was under arrest for an open 
warrant out of Alllance. Yaggi was patted 
down for weapons, contraband and secured 
in the backseat of marked unit #303. 

Dispatch was updated of the arrest and 
advised an officer from Alliance Police 
Department would be en route to Ralph's 
Deli on Alliance-Sebring Rd to exchange 
custody. 

I transported Yaggi from the scene to the 
arranged meeting location while K-9 
Detective Redfern, Patrolman Scott and 
Smith Township Patrolman Caughey 
remained on scene. After arriving at Ralph's 
Deli, Alliance Patrolman Vesco arrived on 
scene and took custody of Yaggi. 

Following the custody exchange with 
Alliance PD, I returned to the village.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
1.6.2019



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On 01/06/2019 I responded to a trcaffic stop 
initiated by Ptl. Marchionda with a vehicle 
that was registered to Jessica Yaggi that 
officers on shift had prior knowledge of 
Jessica having an entered warrant for drug 
possession through Alllance Municipal 
Court.

Ptl. Marchionda had stopped the vehicle on 
N. Johnson Rd. north of the Sebring Woods 
and while on the stop Ptl. Marchionda then 
advised the stop was a felony stop which 
resulted in the emergency response of 
myself, Det. Redfern, and Ptl. Caughey 
from Smith Twp. Police Dept. Upon my 
arrival I observed Ptl. Marchionda holding 
the occupants in the vehicle at gun point 
and ordered the driver which was identified 
as Jessica Yaggi out of the vehicle and 
placed her into custody. The passenger was 
identified as Derek Chittock. I had Derek 
exit the vehicle and patted Derek down for 
officer safety, Derek was intoxicated and 
was placed into unit 301 while officers 
continued the traffic stop.

Det. Redfern deployed the K-9 and the dog 
signaled Det. Redfern of possibe 
contraband by barking and then laying 
down near the trunk area of the vehicle. 
Officers then searched the vehicle and 
found a digital scale in the cabin of the 
vehicle and a large quantity of syringes in 
the trunk which were all confiscated due to 
both individuals known to use opiates.

The vehicle was towed by Springer's 
Towing and Jessica Yaggi was taken to 
Ralph's Deli and handed over to an Alliance 
Police officer by Ptl. Marchionda. Derek 
stated that he smoked marijuana earlier 
next to the vehicle which possibly caused 
the K-9 to signal on the vehicle.  Derek was 
then transported to the station where he 
eventually walked out but was later found 
safely at his mothers house in 148 Cedar-
wood In Beloit where he still holds 
residency. All confiscated items were 
logged and secured into the evidence room.



Ptl. Scott #506




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 
CASE # 19001055 
TRAFFIC 
N. 14th St. / E. Ohio Ave.


CITED: James Shreckengost AGE 22
535 W. California Ave. Sebring, OH 

D.U.S. 335.07



On 01/09/2019 at 12:27am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was stationary at 
Circle K when I ran a random registration 
check on one of the vehicles parked on the 
side of the Circle K building. As I was 
relaying the plate to dispatch a blond male 
walked out of Circle K and put his hood 
over his head and started the vehicle and 
pulled out onto N. 14Ih St. Dispatch then 
advised me that the registered owner was 
James Schrekengost and that he was 
suspended. I then requested a description 
of James which dispatch advised 6'00" 
male with blond hair which matched the 
description of the male I observed enter the 
vehicle.

I then pulled behind the vehicle and initiated 
a traffic stop on N. 14th St. and E. Ohio 
Ave. with the vehicle which was a black 
2005 Dodge 4 door bearing Ohio temporary 
registration G589340. I exited my cruiser 
and approached the vehicle and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I only 
received the driver's license, and 
registration and was able to identify the 
driver as James Schrekengost.

I informed James again that he was 
suspended, and I had him gather his 
belongings and exit the vehicle which is 
when Ptl. Marchionda arrived and 
preformed the administrative inventory 
which Ptl. Marchionda had the tow truck 
driver sign. 
I then wrote James a traffic citation for 
D.U.S. SCO 335.07 and gave James a 
court date of 01/17/2019 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required for MCC#3. 
James signed the citation and was then 
provided with a copy, James then walked to 
a friend's house on foot.

Springer's Towing arrived on scene and 
took the vehicle with no hold and officers 
then cleared.


- Ptl. Scott #506
01/09/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT 
CASE # 19001069
Traffic
S. Johnson Rd. / Heacock Ext.


CITED: Anthony Rupert AGE 22
3711 Fox Ave. NE Minerva, OH 

Speed 55/35   SCO 333.03


On 01/12/2019 at 1:40am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a 1998 
black Jeep SW Ohio registration (ESD1704) 
traveling north on S. Johnson Rd. near 
Heacock Ext. at a speed which appeared 
greater than the posted speed limit of 35 
mph. 

After visual observation, I activated the 
forward mounted radar unit in #301 and I 
observed a reading of 55 mph. I activated 
the overhead lights on marked unit #301 
and initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson 
Rd. near the Copeland Oakes entrance. 

I identified the driver as Anthony Scott 
Rupert. I informed Anthony of his excessive 
speed and issued a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and gave Anthony a court date 
of 01/24/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required since 
Anthony did not have proof of insurance.



Ptl. Scott #SO6
01/12/2019




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CASE # 19001048
Traffic
W. Ohio Ave. near N. 16th St.


CITED: (JUVENILE) AGE 17
13426 Salem Alliance Rd

Failure to Control    4511.202



On 01/7/2018 I Officer Kober was 
dispatched to the station reference to a 
crash report.

Once on station I was advised that 
(Juvenile) would like to make a crash 
report. I Spoke to  (Juvenile) and he 
advised me that he was driving and side 
swiped a parked vehicle near the 
intersection of W Ohio Ave and N 16th. I 
then told him that will meet him where the 
incident took place. Once at that location I 
made in contact with the other vehicle 
owner and identified her is Landon Slater. I 
stated to Landon that her vehicle was hit 
and that she would have to come down and 
give me her license and insurance 
information for the report. Once I gathered 
all the information, I then issued (Juvenile) 
a citation for failure to control and did not 
give him a court date due to him being a 
minor. I then spoke with his father and 
advised him about above. 

Upon nothing further, I cleared



Ptl J. Rober #511
01-07-2019



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PUBLISHED 10:56AM JANUARY 16, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *

Wednesday, January 09, 2019
03:47 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012086
Speed
S. 12th Street near E. Georgia Avenue


CITED: Maryann Schenk (AGE 18)
621 S. Freedom Ave, Alliance

Speed  48/35  333.03



On 12/17/2018, at approximately 2000 
hours, I, Officer Andrew J. Reed, while on 
patrol in marked unit 301 was conducting 
stationary radar on South 12th Street near 
East Georgia Avenue, when I observed a 
Black in color sedan that appeared to be 
traveling at a speed above that of the 
posted speed liinit of 35 MPH. I then 
activated my department issued radar unit 
and got a locked speed of 48 MPH. I then 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and conducted a stop of the vehicle, a 
Black Dodge Avenger, bearing Ohio 
Registration HPN 7912. 

I then made contact with the driver, 
identified as Maryann Nicole Schenk, and 
advised her of the reason for the stop. 
Schenk then advised that she was unaware 
of how fast she was going. Schenk was 
then issued a citation for speed, 48MPH in 
a 35MPH zone, with a personal appearance 
not required.



Ptl. Reed 614
12/17/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012091
Warrant
756 N. 15th Street, Sebring, Ohio


ARREST: Jessica Yaggi AGE 34
756 N. 15th Street, Sebring, Ohio

Stark County Warrant (Aggravated 
Possession of Drugs) , 2925.11 AF5


On 12/19/2018, at approximately 00:05 
hours, I, Officer Reed, and Officer Scott, 
took Jessica Yaggi into custody on a Felony 
warrant out of Alliance for Aggravated 
Possession of Drugs.

Upon arriving to the residence of Jessica 
Yaggi's fathers house at 756 N. 15th street, 
Officer Scott and I made contact with 
Jessica's father, Dale Yaggi, and received 
consent to enter the house from him while 
he went to check to see if Jessica was at 
the house. He then advised that she was, 
with her being located in an upstairs 
bedroom. 

Jessica was then taken into custody and 
placed in handcuffs, which were spaced 
and double locked. Jessica was then 
transported in car #304 to Ralph's Deli 
where she was handed over to the custody 
of the Alliance Police Department.

Ptl Reed #514



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012088
Traffic
N. 12th St./ E. Courtney Rd.


CITED: Brandon Ruchnan
715 South Lincoln Ave. Alliance, Ohio 
44601

Driving Under Suspension     335.07




On 12/28/2018, at 1006 hours I, Ptl. 
Peterman, Aaron, was patrolling East 
Courtney Rd. when I noticed a vehicle with 
the driver who was cited the previous week 
for driving under suspension. After having 
advised dispatch of the license plate, 
Dispatch advised the vehicles owner was 
suspended and I initiated a traffic stop on 
the corner of N. 12th St. and E. Courtney 
Rd. I approached the vehicle and advised 
the driver that the vehicle came back with 
the owner having a revoked license. 

Driver identified himself being Brandon 
Michael Ruckman. The driver failed to 
provide me with a license, registration, or 
insurance, and I advised dispatch who 
returned, stating the individual was under 
suspension. I then advised dispatch to 
contact springers to have the vehicle towed.

Brandon Michael Ruckman was cited with 
335.07 Driving under suspension, and the 
owner was advised the vehicle was going to 
be towed and he needed to exit the vchicle.

Brandon cooperated, and exited thc vehicle. 
I then advised dispatch I would be giving 
Brandon a ride to his work location to wait 
for his ride. I gave Brandon a pat down for 
weapons before placing him in the back 
seat. I then cleared at 1028.



Ptl. Peterman, Aaron #512
12/18/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012090
TRAFFIC
S. 12th St. south of Village Limits, Sebring, 
OH



CITED: Michael Tomello AGE 37
487 Bellview Dr, North Benton, OH 44449

Speed (48/35)  SCO 333.03



On Tuesday, December 18,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
speed enforcement in marked unit #303 on 
S 12th St near E Georgia Ave. I observed a 
red truck pass my location heading south at 
what appeared to be a high rate of speed 
and activated my cruiser's forward mounted 
radar antenna. I initially observed a digital 
read out of 47 MPH in a posted 35 MPH 
zone and locked the speed in at 48 MPH 
before losing sight of the vehicle near the 
500 block of S 12th St. I immediately pulled 
out from my location and proceeded to 
catch up with the vehicle. As I neared the 
500 block, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights and observed the vehicle 
was still outside my line of sight.

As I passed Alabama Ave, I activated my 
audible siren and re-acquired a visual of the 
vehicle as it neared the village limits. The 
vehicle, a red Ford F-150 bearing Ohio 
registration GGY2815, came to a complete 
stop on S 12th St outside the village limits. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Michael Tomello, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Tomello to provide his 
driver's license and proof of insurance. 
Tomello provided both of the 
aforementioned documentation. While 
verifying Tomello's information through 
dispatch, I observed and was informed 
Tomello's driver's license expired on 
December 11,2018.

Tomello was issued traffic citation #031439 
for Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed (48/35) 
and given a verbal warning for driving with 
an expired driver's license. Tomello was 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
December 27,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.18.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012100
WARRANT PICK-UP
133 E Oregon Ave, Sebring, OH


ARREST: Adam Bell AGE 39
133 E Oregon Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

FTA (Pre-Trial) ORC 2937.43



On Thursday, December 20, 2018, 
Patrolmen Marchionda, Villanueva and 
Detective Kelm apprehended and adult 
male in the 100 block of E Oregon Ave on 
an active warrant.

Acting on information received by 
Patrolman Scott, officers proceeded to the 
100 block of E Oregon Ave in an attempt to 
locate Adam R. Bell, who had an active 
warrant out of Mahoning County Court #3 
for Failure to Appear. Bell was located at 
133 E Oregon Ave, informed of the warrant 
and taken into custody. 

Bell was transported from the scene to the 
SEBRING POLICE STORIES where he was 
processed. Following processing, Bell was 
transported to Mahoning County Court #3 
where custody was exchanged with the 
Mahoning County Sheriffs Office.




12.20.2018
Ptl. D. Marchionda #508





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012110
TRAFFIC
S 12th St near Village Limits, Sebring


CITED: Brim Bryan AGE 39
2820 Union Ave NE, Minerva, OM 44657

Speed (46/35)   SCO 333.03
Driver License: Not on Person   SCO 
335.06



On Friday, December 21,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling northbound in 
marked unit #304 on S 12th St near E 
Georgia Ave. I observcd a vehicle travelling 
the opposite direction at what appeared to 
be a high rate or speed. Upon activating my 
cruiser's forward mounted radar antenna, I 
observed and locked in a digital read out of 
44 MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone. As soon 
as the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights, turned my 
cruiser around and proceeded after the 
vehicle. The vehicle appeared to not have 
deviated in speed and continued south on S 
12th St. Upon approaching Alabama Ave 
and the vehicle still not yielding to my 
emergency lights, I activated my audible 
siren. The vehicle, a white Jeep bearing 
Ohio registration HLW1157, started slowing 
down as it neared the village limits and 
finally came to a complete stop outside the 
village limits.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Bryan Brim, I identified myself, 
informed him of the reason for the stop and 
asked why it took so long for him to yield 
and pull over. Brim stated he did not see my 
emergency lights nor did he hear the 
audible siren right away. I requested Brim to 
provide his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Brim 
was only able to provide me with the title of 
the vehicle and stated he did not have his 
license or insurance information with him. 
Patrolman Scott arrived on scene at this 
time to assist. Brim did provide his full 
name, date of birth and social security 
number.


As I was verifying Brim's information 
through dispatch, Patrolman Scott 
continued to speak with Brim. After 
consulting with Patrolman Scott, I asked 
Brim if he was willing to submit to 
standardized field sobriety tests as 
Patrolman Scott and I could smell a faint 
odor of an alcoholic beverage on Brim's 
breath. Brim agreed to the tests and was 
instructed to exit the vehicle. As Brim exited 
the vehicle, the odor became stronger. At 
the conclusion of conducting thc SFSTs, I 
observed insufficient amount of clues to 
effect an arrest for operating a motor 
vehicle while intoxicated. I informed Brim to 
make contact with a valid driver who had 
not been drinking to take him home.

Brim was issued traffic citation #031440 for 
Village Ordinances 333.03 Speed (44/35) 
and 335.06 Driver License: Not on Person. 
Brim was informed of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, January 3,2019 at 0900. 

A valid and sober driver arrived on scene 
and took control of the vehicle.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.22.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012111 
Traffic
N. 12th St. / E. Ohio Ave.


CITED: Trenton Carver AGE 18
103 W. Kentucky Ave. Sebring, 0h 44672

Driving Around RR Crossing   SCO 331.39




On 12/22/2018 at 12:03am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser observed a 
vehicle go around the rail road crossing on 
N. 12th St. while the arms were down. I 
then got behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on a 2007 grey Honda Civic 
bearing Ohio registration FEB1699. I then 
approached the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received and identified 
the driver as Trenton Carver.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Trenton a traffic citation for Driving around 
RR Crossing SCO 331.39 and gave Trenton 
a court date of 12/27/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance not required. Once 
Trenton signed the citation he was provided 
with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
12/22/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012114 
TRAFFIC 
N Johnson Rd @ W Oregon Ave, Sebring, 
OH


CITED: Colin Boswell AGE 23
7925 Oakhill Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601

Obedience to Traffic Control Device   SCO 
313.01



On Saturday, December 23,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
W Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd. I observed a 
white Jeep approach the intersection from 
the west and proceed south onto N 
Johnson Rd without stopping at the posted 
stop signal functioning flashing red traffic 
light. I pulled out from my location and 
activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, a white 
Jeep bearing Ohio registration HHQ2238, 
came to a complete stop on N Johnson Rd 
at W Oregon Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Colin Boswell, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested his driver's license, 
vehicle registration and proof of insurance. 
Boswell provided the aforementioned 
documentation. Boswell was issued traffic 
citation #031441 for Village Ordinance 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device 
and informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday 
January 3, 2019 at
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.23.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012115 
TRAFFIC OVI
235 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Trevor Byers AGE 21
134 Mount Logan Dr, Chillicothe, Oh


OVI (SFST)      ORC 4511.19A1A
OVI (BAC .08 to .17)    ORC 4511.19A1D
Obedience to Traffic Control Device    ORC 
4511.12




On Sunday. December 23. 2018. Patrolman 
Marchionda conducted a traffic stop that 
resulted in the arrest of the driver for 
operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #508



While conducting traffic enforcement in 
marked unit #304 on N 12th St at E Ohio 
Ave, I observed a silver hatchback 
approach the functioning flashing red traffic 
light from the east and proceed through the 
intersection without coming to a complete 
stop. I pulled out from my location and 
activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic stop. 

The vehicle, a silver Toyota hatchback 
bearing Ohio registration HJW8356, came 
to a complete stop in front of 235 E Ohio 
Ave. Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Trevor Byers, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Byers, I 
observed what appeared to be vomit on the 
passenger seat and could also smell a 
strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from Byers. Byers' speech was also 
mildly slurred. 

I asked Byers if he had been drinking to 
which he stated he had 3 Busch Lights 
approximately 30 to 35 minutes prior to 
being stopped. Byers stated he had left the 
Brickhouse to take a female home in Beloit 
and was returning to the bar. 

After providing his driver's license, I asked 
Byers if he was willing to submit to 
Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. Byers 
stated he was willing to submit to the tests 
and was instructed to exit the vehicle. 
Patrolman Scott arrived on scene at this 
time to assist.

After turning my cruiser's forward 
emergency lights off, I instructed Byers to 
stand in front of his vehicle with his feet 
together, hands at his side and asked if he 
had any medical or physical issues which 
would prevent him from taking the tests. 
Byers stated he did not but he did have 
surgery some time ago to repair a broken 
collar bone.

Utilizing my extended handcuff key, I placed 
the key approximately 12-15 inches in front 
of his face and instructed Byers to follow 
the tip of the key with his eyes and his eyes 
only. Before beginning horizontal gaze 
nystagmus, I checked Byers for equal pupil 
size, resting nystagmus and equal tracking 
Nystagmus was observed during lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes. Nystagmus as 
distinct and sustained at maximum 
deviation for 4 seconds in both eyes as 
well. While conducting HGN, Byers was 
swaying mildly from front to back and side 
to side.

Following HGN, I provided Byers with 
instructions for walk and turn, demonstrated 
the instructions for him and asked if he 
understood them. After Byers stated he 
understood, I instructed him to begin.

Byers lost his balance at one point prior to 
the test beginning, took the wrong number 
of steps during the first 9, did not execute 
the prescribed turn and failed to maintain 
heel to toe during the second series of 9 
steps.

Following walk and turn, I provided Byers 
with instructions for one leg stand, 
demonstrated the instructions for him and 
asked if he understood them. After Byers 
stated he understood, I instructed him to 
begin. At one point during the test, Byers 
lost his balance and raised his arms as he 
placed his left foot down. Byers was 
instructed to continue from where he left off. 
Near the end of one leg stand, Byers had 
begun to lean backwards. At the conclusion 
of one leg stand, I again asked Byers if he 
had been truthful with me when he said he 
only drank 3 beers. Byers stated to me he 
forgot he also had a shot of Jim Beam as 
well. As a result of Byers' admission to me 
when I initially stopped him and due to his 
performance during SFSTs, I instructed 
Byers to place his hands behind his back as 
he was under arrest for suspicion of OVI.


Byers was placed in handcuffs 
(gapped/double locked) and was advised of 
his Miranda Rights as witnessed by 
Patrolman Scott. Patrolman Scott advised 
dispatch to log one male in custody for OVI 
and to send a tow truck to the scene. Byers 
was placed In the back seat of marked unit 
#304 while Patrolman Scott and I performed 
an administrative inventory of the vehicle. 
While Patrolman Scott remained on scene 
for the tow truck, I transported Byers to the 
SEBRING POLICE STORIES for 
processing. Upon arrival. Byers was 
escorted to the squad room where I 
removed the handcuffs and began reading 
him Ohio BMV 2255. At the conclusion of 
reading Byers the 2255 form, I asked hlm if 
he understood what was read to him and if 
he was willing to submit to chemical tests. 
Byers stated he understood and was willing 
to submit to any tests we asked him to take 
and said he would provide both a breath 
and urine sample. Byers provided his 
signature on the front of the 2255 form.


Patrolman Scott arrived at the station 
following the towing of the vehicle and 
operated the lntoxilyzer 8000. Byers 
provided two breath samples without issue. 
The printout from the Intoxilyzer 8000 
showed a BAC of 0.123 g/210L. I informed 
Byers he was over the legal limit of .08 and 
at this time, his Ohio driver's license was 
seized and that he was placed under 
Administrative License Suspension. I 
explained to Byers he was not legally 
allowed to operate any motor vehicles at 
this time but could apply for driving 
privileges at his initial appearance in court. 
Byers was issued traffic citation #031442 
for ORC 4511.19A1A OVI (SFST), ORC 
4511.19A1 D OVI (BAC 0%. 17) and ORC 
4511.12 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Device. 

Byers was informed of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 27,2018 at 
0900. Byers was also provided a copy of 
the recognizance of the accused.

Patrolman Scott collected a urine sample 
from Byers which was logged and placed in 
the squad room refrigerator to await 
submission to the lab. After photographing 
Byers, Patrolman Scott obtained his 
fingerprints. Byers was provided a copy of 
the lntoxilyzer 8000 Subject Test Report as 
well as his signed copies of the Ohio BMV 
2255, traffic citation, and recognizance of 
the accused.

Byers was released from police custody 
and into the custody of his father, who was 
waiting for him in the front lobby of the 
station. From the time Byers was stopped to 
the time he was released, Byers was 
extremely cooperative, respectful and never 
once showed anger or signs of aggression 
toward Patrolman Scott and I.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.23.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CASE # 18012131
TRAFFIC
235 E. Ohio Avenue, Sebring, Ohio 


CITED: Tia Bendetta AGE 33
579 Genesee Ave NE, Warren, Ohio 44453

Traffic Control Device  SCO 313.01



On 12/26/18, at approximately 2221 hours I, 
Officer Reed, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit 301 in the alley 
between E. Ohio Avenue and E. Oregon at 
N. 12th Street. I observed a Red Jeep 
Compass go through the flashing red traffic 
light at E. Ohio and N. 12th street without 
coming to a complete stop. I then activated 
my overhead emergency lights and 
conducted a traffic stop on the Red Jeep 
Compass bearing Ohio Registration 
HLW5716 on E. Ohio Avenue in front of the 
fire station. 

I then made contact with the driver, Tia 
Bendetta and advised her of the reason for 
the stop. I asked for her license, registration 
and proof of insurance. Bendetta provided 
me with the aforementioned documents as 
well as advised that she had not seen the 
flashing red traffic light. 

I wrote Bendetta a citation for SCO 313.01 
(failure to obey a traffic control device), with 
a mandatory court appearance required at 
MCC #3 at 0900 on 01/03/2019. I then 
cleared from the call.



Ptl Reed #514
12/16/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012130
Traffic
South Johnson and SR62

CITED: James Snyder
1020 Race Drive, Troy, 45373

Starting and Backing    SCO 331.13


On Wednesday, December 26, 2018, 
myself, Patrolman Villanueva and Detective 
Kelm were dispatched to an accident with 
no injuries at 1238 hours. When we arrived 
we noticed one vehicle maroon in color on 
the side of the roadway with its taillight 
damaged. We made contact with the driver 
of the maroon vehicle who was identified as 
Drew Brunie 126 W. Ohio Ave..  Brunie 
informed us that he was stopped at the 
intersection light along with traffic when a 
truck backed into him getting out of a 
parking spot in Perkins parking lot.

We then identilied the driver of the truck as 
James Snyder, 1020 Race Dr. Troy. Snyder 
then began to explain that Brunie was in his 
'blind spot' and apologized. I then 
photographed the damage on both vehicles. 
We began to take both of their information 
and I wrote a citation (#031454) for SCO 
331.13 Improper Starting and Backing to 
Snyder. We then cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
Det. Kelm #505
12/26/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012134
Traffic
N. Johnson and W. Maryland


CITED: Christina Ludwiczak AGE 37
133 N. 17th St.

Traffic Control Devices    SCO 313.01



On Thursday, December 27,2018, I 
Patrolman Villanueva, was parked 
conducting traffic enforcelllent in marked 
unit #301 at the intersection of W. Ohio and 
N. Johnson Rd..  While facing south, I 
observed a vehicle approaching the 
intersection traveling west and did not slow 
to a stop for the stop sign but instead drove 
through it making a right turn onto N. 
Johnson Rd. I then activated my overhead 
emergency lights and initiated a traffic stop.

The vehicle was a 2015 Chevy hatchback 
bearing Ohio registration GPT3502. The 
vehicle came to a coinplete stop at the 
corner of Johnson and W. Maryland so 
using my intercom in my vehicle, I 
requested she pull onto W. Maryland for our 
safety. 

Once moved to a safer location I made 
contact with the driver, Christina Ludwiczak 
133 N. 17th St, and requested her driver's 
license, registration and prool of insurance. 
Christina then admits that she ran the stop 
sign because she was late for a client and 
then states that she does not have her 
insurance in her vehicle. I then asked her if 
there was a way she could get her agent to 
send one to her email in which she 
responded yes. Christina showed me the 
copy of her insurance and then I issued her 
citation for SCO 313.01 Traffic Control 
Devices for running the stop sign then 
cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
12/27/2015




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012140
TRAFFIC
S. 15th St @ E. Florida Ave, Sebring, 0h


CITED: Amanda Yeager  AGE 35
215 S. 15th St, Sebring 

Obedience to Traffic Control Device    SCO 
313.01



On Thursday, Dccember 27, 2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #303 on 
W Texas Ave at S 15t St. I observed a black 
SUV proceed through the intersection 
without first stopping at the clearly posted 
stop sign. I activated my overhead 
elnergency lights and pulled out from my 
location to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
a black Ford SUV bearing Ohio temporary 
registration H295173, came to a complete 
stop on S 15th St at E Florida Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Amanda Yeager, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Yeager to provide her 
driver's license and proof of insurance. 
Yeager provided the aforementioned 
documentation. Yeager was issued traffic 
citation #031443 for Village Ordinance 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device 
and informed of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
January 10,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchioilda #508
12.27.2015




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012101
WARRANT
22410 Alden Ave. Alliance, OH 44601


ARREST: Ronald Keatly  AGE 49
22410 Alden Ave. Alliance, OH 44601
FTA      ORC 2937.43


Ronald Keatley had a bench warrant and I 
Ptl. Scott along with Ptl. Peterman and Ptl. 
Reed went to 22410 Alden Ave. Alliance, 
OH 44601 in an attempt to make contact 
with Ronald.

Upon our arrival we made contact with 
Ronald and placed him into custody and 
transported Ronald to the station for 
processing and then transported Ronald to 
MCC#3. Ronald suffers from alcoholism 
and was displaying detox symptoms. The 
Mahoning County Deputies at the court 
house were notified and took custody of 
Ronald.



Ptl. Scott #506
12/23/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012069 
Criminal



ARREST: Brian Carlisle AGE 51
138 W Pennsylvania Ave., Sebring OH 
44672

Outside Storage of Unused Motor Vehicle    
351.15B



On 12/13/2018, I observed a vehicle that 
appeared non operational.


I ran the plate through dispatch which came 
back to Brian Carlisle at 14539 French St, 
Damascus. The registration came back as 
expired on 05/13/2018 with a BMV 
confiscation order. 

I confiscated the license plates and left a 
junk vehicle letter on the windshield. Brian 
has been informed that he has 72 hours to 
remove the vehicle from the village or it will 
be towed. I then cleared.



Ptl Villanueva #513
Det. Kelm #505

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On 12/14/18 I went to 138 W Penn and 
spoke with Brain Carlisle who wanted to 
know what happened to his plates. Brian 
was informed that his plates were 
confiscated by order of the BMV and that 
the junk vehicle letter he received was valid 
and  he need to contact the BMV about his 
plates.



REPORTING OFFICER: Kelm, Joshuz 
BADGE NO.: 505, Ptl. Brindack 507


....................

On 12/27/2018, I went to 138 W. 
Pennsylvania and observed the above 
mentioned vehicle was still without 
registration and inoperable. A summons 
was made so Brian Carlisle can go to court 
on 01/03/2019 @ 0900 hours.


Ptl. Villanueva #513


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On 12/27/18 I served Brian K Carlisle with a 
summons and advised him of his court date 
at MCC#3 of 01/03/19 and cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507
12/29/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012150
TRAFFIC
100 Block of N 15th St, Sebring, 0h


CITED: Jason Thompson  AGE 40
1108 Homeworth Rd. Alliance, Oh

Obedience to Traffic Control Device    SCO 
313.01




On Saturday, December 29,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was on patrol in 
marked unit #304 in the downtown area. 
While patrolling north on N 15th St towards 
E Ohio Ave, I observed a white van turn 
south onto N 15th St from E Ohio Ave 
without stopping at the functioning red 
flashing traffic light. After the vehicle passed 
me, I activated my overhead emergency 
lights and performed a U-turn to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle, a white Dodge van 
bearing Ohio registration HAF3046, came 
to a complete stop in the 100 block of N 
151h St after proceeding south through the 
intersection at W Oregon Ave without 
stopping at the functioning red, flashing 
traffic light.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jason Thompson, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Thompson, I 
could smell an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his breath and asked 
him where he was coming from and if he 
had anything to drink. Thompson stated he 
was heading home from the Brickhouse and 
that he had consumed a couple of beers. I 
requested Thompson to provide his driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance.

Thompson provided the aforementioned 
documentation. After reviewing the 
documents, I instructed Thompson to exit 
the vehicle to perform Standardized Field 
Sobriety Tests. Patrolman Scott arrived on 
scene at this time to assist.

After insufficient clues were observed 
during SFSTs, Thompson was instructed to 
attempt to summon a valid and sober driver 
to the scene to pick him up. Thompson was 
issued traffic citation #031444 for Village 
Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Device and informed of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, January 10,2019 at 0900. 

After Thompson's attempts to make contact 
with another driver were unsuccessful, I 
provided him with a courtesy transport to 
his residence on Homeworth Rd in Alliance. 
The vehicle was left legally parked on N 
15th St to be retrieved at a later time.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.29.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-012152 
DATE: 12/29/2018 06:24:00
INCIDENT


Dispatch advised officers the vehicle in 
question was a black Chevrolet Colorado 
bearing Ohio registration HHR9687. Upon 
our arrival, Patrolman Scott and I did not 
immediately observe and find a Colorado 
with that registration in the area. 

Officers split up and checked the 
surrounding area. While checking the area 
of Hillsdale and Beddington, I located a 
GMC Canyon bearing the above 
registration and made contact with the 
driver. The driver identified himself as an 
employee of The Alliance Review and 
stated he was delivering papers as evident 
by the newspapers observed in the front 
and backseats of the vehicle.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.29.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-001011 
DATE: 1/1/2019 21:13:00

509 08(A2) Disturbing the Peace; Playing of 
any radio, phonograph


On 01/01/2019, While on call 19001010 I 
was approached by a male in reference to a 
neighbor complaint.

Det. Redfern 504



On 01/01/2019, While on call 19001010 I 
was approached by a male in reference to a 
neighbor complaint. Ashley Dilley advised 
that he resides at 125 East Oregon Avenue 
and his neighbor (XXXXXXXX) was blasting 
loud music and it's been an ongoing issue. 
Ashley advised that (XXXXXXXX) became 
upset when confronted and went out to 
Ashley's truck and stated he was going to 
urinate on it and deficate In the bed of the 
truck. 

I then walked to the address and found no 
evidence of foul play to the vehicle.  I also 
did not observe any music at that time. 

I attempted to make contact at the 
residence with no success. I then cleared.



Det Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012159
Traffic
N. 12th St. /North of Village Limits


CITED: Dawn Fender AGE 47
15847 W. South Range Rd. Salem, OH 
44460


Marked Lanes   ORC 4511.33 
OVI (SFST)   ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(a)



On 12/30/2018 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of the driver 
for OVI.

Ptl. Scott #506
12/30/2018



I Ptl. Scott was stationary at N. 12th St. and 
E. Ohio Ave. enforcing traffic at the 
intersection due to a traffic complaint about 
vehicles failing to stop at the intersection. 
While stationary I witnessed a vehicle 
traveling north on N. 12th St. came to the 
intersection of N. 12th St. and E. Ohio Ave. 
and stopped past the white line and then 
proceeded forward and then stopped again 
which at that point the front end of the 
vehicle was out in the east bound lane of E. 
Ohio Ave. The vehicle then proceeded to 
travel north. 

I then pulled onto the roadway and followed 
the vehicle and while behind the vehicle I 
observed the vehicle go off of the right side 
of the road way multiple times. I then 
initiated a traffic stop which was on N. 12th 
St. just north of the village limits, the vehicle 
was a maroon 2017 Nissan 4 door bearing 
Ohio registration HHS2676.

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side of the vehicle and observed the 
driver hunched over the center console 
reaching for something in the glove box and 
I could also smell a strong odor of fragrance 
that smelled similar to perfume. I asked the 
driver to stop reaching for items out of the 
glove box and informed them of the reason 
for the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received all except the proof of 
insurance and the driver was identified as 
Dawn Fender. 

While Dawn was attempting to find the 
documents I requested she pulled out 
multiple cards and talked about off topic 
things while doing so until she finally found 
her license, and when looking for 
registration she handed me multiple papers 
that were not the registration but instead 
work orders and other papers that were not 
the registration. I asked why Dawn 
continuously went off of the right side of the 
road and Dawn responded that she was on 
her phone. I then asked where Dawn was 
coming from and she stated Westville Lake 
Rd. where she dropped off her daughter. I 
then asked Dawn if she had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving in which 
Dawn stated yes she had two beers. 

Dawn was acting very excited and when 
asked if she had sprayed anything prior to 
me making contact with her Dawn became 
rude and denied doing this.


I then had Dawn step out of the vehicle 
which is when Ptl. Marchionda arrived on 
scene and shut off his and my cruisers front 
over head lights off. I had Dawn walked to 
the rear of her vehicle and I asked Dawn if 
she would preform field sobriety tests in 
which she stated that she would take. I then 
had Dawn stand straight up with her feet 
together and her hands to her side and 
checked her eyes for resting nystagmus, 
equal tracking, and equal pupil size. Dawn 
did not have a resting nystagmus in either 
eye, both of Dawns pupils were of equal 
size, and both of Dawns eyes tracked 
equally. I then
asked Dawn if she had any medical or 
physical conditions that would inhibit her 
from taking the test in which Dawn stated 
that she did not. I asked Dawn if she takes 
any medication in which Dawn stated that 
she has a prescription for a medication that 
is a muscle relaxer but did not give the 
name. When I asked Dawn if she had taken 
any Dawn stated that she did earlier.

I then had Dawn stay in that position and 
explained the rules for the next test which 
was the horizontal gaze nystagmus and 
after I explained the instructions I asked 
Dawn if she understood in which Dawn 
stated that she did understand. Dawn 
stated that she has prescription glasses and 
stated that she needs them to see and 
when the test began she complained that 
she could not see the pen due to the 
glasses having parts that helped her read. 
The glasses appeared to be just reading 
glasses once she showed me. I asked 
Dawn if she could see the pen without the 
glasses and Dawn stated that she could 
see the pen without having her glasses on. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, Distinct nystagmus at maximum 
deviation in both eyes, and Onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
instructed Dawn to stand straight up with 
her hands to her side and her right foot in 
front of her left foot and to stay in that 
position until I instructed her otherwise.

I explained the instructions for the test and 
once I was finished I asked Dawn if she 
understood In which Dawn stated that she 
did understand but Dawn complained how 
the vehicles lights were in her face in which 
I stated to Dawn the lights were shut off 
prior to starting the tests. Dawn then 
complained about having a light in her face 
while preforming the first test in which I 
stated to Dawn the light was not in her face 
nor her eyes during the first test. 

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Couldn't balance during 
instructions, stopped while walking, did not 
touch heel to toe, stepped off of line, used 
arms to balance, and improper turn. At one 
point Dawn blamed her shoes and asked if 
she could take them off and I told her she 
could. Taking off the shoes had no effect of 
the test results as Dawn continued to 
preform the test the same way as when she 
had her shoes on.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Dawn to stand straight up with 
her arms to her side and her feet together 
while I explained the instructions. Once the 
instructions were explained I asked Dawn if 
she understood in which Dawn stated that 
she did understand. 

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Swayed while balancing, 
used arms and vehicle to balance, and 
placed
foot down 3 times.

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Dawn in custody for 
suspicion of OVI and placed Dawn in hand 
restraints and read her rights to her and 
then placed Dawn in the rear of unit #301. I 
and Ptl. Marchionda preformed an 
administrative inventory of Dawns vehicle 
and retrieved her purse, phone, and money 
as she requested and I also found a odor 
blocker that smelled similar to the odor I 
smelled when I initially made contact with 
Dawn laying in the center console. I then 
transported Dawn back to the station while 
Ptl. Marchionda stayed to oversee the tow 
of Dawns vehicle and fill out the tow slip.


Once back at station Dawn was read the 
BMV 2255 form by me and witnessed by 
D.O. Wheeler and was processed by 
photographs and was not finger printed due 
to the machine not functioning properly. 

Dawn was extremely rude during the entire 
process and made derogatory remarks and 
also called me a "dick". Dawn refused to 
take any chemical tests and I then notified 
Dawn that she is now under administrative 
license suspension that takes effect 
immediately.

Dawn was issued a traffic citation marked 
lanes ORC 4511.33 and OVI (SFST) ORC 
4511.19(A)(1)(a). Dawn signed the citation 
and was provided with a copy, Dawn signed 
the BMV 2255 form and was provided with 
a copy, and Dawn was given a 
recognizance bond in the amount of $500 
for the OVI offense in which Dawn signed 
and was provided a copy of. Dawn was 
advised of her court date of MCC#3 on 
01/03/2019 at 9:00am with a mandatory 
appearance. Once processing and paper 
work was compete Dawn was released to a 
valid and sober driver.



Ptl. Scott #506
12/30/2018




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PUBLISHED 3:30PM January 9, 2019
www.westernreservenews.com  *

Tuesday, January 08, 2019
03:50 PM -0500

Sebring Police STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-001005 
DATE: 01/01/2019 11:22:00



On 1/1/2019 myself and Ptl. Villanueva 
were dispatched to 356 E. Maryland Ave. 
for property damage.

Dispatch advised the complainant Mitch 
Court, 345 E. Ohio Ave. called and advised 
it looked like someone had broken out a 
window to the business. Mitch also advised 
he was not sure if anyone had made entry 
into the business.

Upon arrival both units checked all doors 
and windows which were secure. There 
was a window on the south side of the 
business that had been boarded up. It was 
apparent the strong winds from the previous 
night had pulled the boards off the window 
as you could see rotten wood broken off the 
window. There were no signs of forced 
entry and all windows and doors were 
secured. 

After speaking to the complainant and 
explaining what happened both units 
cleared without incident.




Det. Kelm #505




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001009
Criminal
196 N. 12th Street Sebring, Ohio


ARRESTED: Cody Ellsworth
196 N. 12th Street Sebring, Ohio 44672

Dog at Large    SCO 505.01


On 01-01-2019 at approximately 1831 
hours I, Officer Reed, was dispatched to a 
complaint of an aggressive dog running at 
large in the area of N. 12th Street and E. 
Oregon Ave.

Upon arriving to the area I met with the 
Complainant, Todd Fox, on the corner of E. 
Oregon Avenue and N 12th street. Mr. Fox 
advised that he was out for a walk when he 
encountered a black in color rottweiler type 
dog that was behaving aggressively 
towards him. I also at this point noticed the 
dog, which was entering into the roadway 
from the yard of 196 N. 12th street. 

I then activated my overhead emergency 
lights in an attempt to alert traffic in the 
area. I also activated my audible siren and 
was I able to use it to scare the dog back 
into the porch of the residence. A male 
subject, later identified as Cody Ellsworth, 
then came onto the porch and took the dog 
inside before coming out to make contact 
with me. Mr Ellsworth advised that he was 
the dogs owner and that his friend Nicholas 
Grindle had just put the dog outside on a 
chain, with the dog having broken free from 
it. After relaying Mr. Ellsworth's information 
to dispatch, I was advised that he had a 
prior warning in May of 2018 for dog 
running at large.  

Mr. Ellworth was given a citation for SCO 
505.01 dog running at large, with a 
mandatory court appearance at 0900 on 
01/10/2019 at Mahoning County Court #3. I 
was then able to clear from the call.


Ptl. Reed #514


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Sebring Police STORIES 
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001012
CRIMINAL


ARRESTED: Conner Loy AGE 26
265 E. Vermont Ave., Sebring, Oh
Dog Running at Large M4 505.01 


Upon arriving to the area, I checked both 
the alley ways to the north and south of the 
100 block of W. 
Indiana, without finding the two dogs. I was 
then advised by dispatch that a Mr. Connor 
Loy had called 
the station and advised that they were likely 
his two black labs that were missing. I then 
made phone 
contact with Mr Loy, with him further 
advising that his dogs had escaped from his 
yard, which was 
equipped with an electric fence. Mr.Loy 
went on to say that he would continue to 
look for his dogs At 
2228 hours. 

I again made contact with Mr. Loy to see if 
he was able to locate his dogs, with him 
informing me that he had not. After 
consulting with Det. Redfern, it was found 
that Mr. Loy had a prior minor misdemeanor 
conviction for animals running at large. I 
again called Mr. Loy and he agreed to come 
to the Sebring Police Station. Upon arriving, 
Loy was processed for Animals at large 
(505.01(A)), Misdemeaner, and given a 
court date of 01/10/2019 at 0900 hours at 
MCC #3. Mr. Loy was then released on a 
$500.00 
recognizance bond. 



Officer Reed #514
01-01-2019




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001015
DATE:  01/02/2019 05:55:00
Theft 2913.02, M1


On Wednesday, January 2, 2019, 
Patrolman Marchionda was dispatched to 
the 600 block of W California Ave reference 
a report of gasoline being siphoned from a 
vehicle overnight. 

Upon my arrival at 679 W California Ave, I 
made contact with the complainant, Jarred 
Chestnut, who informed me on his way 
home the previous evening he stopped at 
BP (Duke and Duchess) in Alliance and put 
$15 of fuel in his wifes truck.  Chestnut 
stated when he attempted to start the truck 
this morning, it would not start and he 
discovered the fuel gauge to be on empty.  
Chestnut stated the gauge was at 
approximately 3/4 when he came home and 
also showed me a pending  transaction of 
$15.00 from BP in Alliance on his bank card 
statement.



Ptl D. Marchionda#508




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 19001020
TRAFFIC
S. 12th St. / US 62


CITED:  Luke Flickinger AGE:18
30604 Hartley Rd. Salem, OH
Speed 46/35 SCO 333.03



On 01/03/2019 at 12:08am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
north on S. 12th St. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling south on the same road 
that appeared to be traveling higher than 
the posted 35 mph speed limit. I activated 
the cruiser's forward mounted radar unit 
and observed a reading on 46 mph while in 
the 35 mph zone.

The vehicle passed me and I then turned 
around in a drive way and positioned my 
self behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop on S. 12th St. near U.S. Rt. 62. The 
vehicle was a silver 2001 Chrysler station 
wagon bearing Ohio registration GYG8989. 
I exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver side and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested tlieir 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which received a license and 
an expired insurance card. 

The driver was identified as Luke Flickinger, 
I then took the documents and returned to 
my cruiser. I wrote Luke a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and gave Luke a court 
date of 01/10/2019 at 9:00am for MCC#3 
with a personal appearance required. Once 
Luke signed the citation I provided him with 
a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506 01/03/2019





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Sebring Police STORIES 
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001024
CRIMINAL


ARRESTED: George Hill Jr. (AGE; 44)
663 W. Oregon Ave.
Assault  M1   2903.13   $1,250.00
Domentic Violence  M1  2919.25    
$2,500.00


ARRESTED: Alexander Hill  (AGE: 19)
663 W. Oregon Ave.
Assault  M1   2903.13   $1,250.00
Domentic Violence   2919.25    $2,500.00



On 1-3-2019 at 1727 I, Ptl. Peterman 
responded to a domestic violence at 663 W. 
Oregon Ave.

Upon arrival dispatch advised both I and Prl 
Brindack that the male individual was in 
posession of a knife.  I spoke to George 
Michael Hill Jr., while Ptl. Brindack 
questioned Caroline Brady and Alexander 
Hill.  While questioning George stated to me 
that he was having a "heated" argument 
with his girlfriend.  He did not place his 
hands on her and as they continued arguing 
the son, Alexander Hill, tackled George to 
the ground and punched him 4 times in the 
face causing Georges' left side of his mouth 
to swell and bleed. 

Me, and Ptl. Brindack placed George under 
detention and after a pat down we found a 
small knife in his pocket and took it from 
him for officer safety.

Me and Ptl Brindack questioned Caroline 
Brady and Alexander Hill, who both stated 
George became infuriated when Caroline 
took a digital scale and marijuana pipe from 
George and locked it in her trunk because 
she didn't want it in the house.  He then put 
his hands on Caroline and with force, 
physically pushed Caroline back off of him 
causing her son, Alexander to defend his 
mother and struck George In the face, 
knocking him to the ground. Caroline also 
stated she wanted charges pressed against 
George. 

I observed a small amount of blood on 
George's mouth, and swelling on the right 
side of his face. Me and Ptl. Brindack 
placed George Hill Jr. under arrest for 
Domestic Violence and assault, and placed 
him in the back of my patrol vehicle.


George stated to Ptl. Brrndack that he 
wanted charges pressed against Alexander 
for the assault against him, and after a 
discussion with Chief Harris about the 
matter, and he spoke to the prosecutor, 
Theresa Tolson. With this in due 
knowledge, we then placed Alexander 
under arrest for assault 2909.13(A) and 
domestic vrolence 2919.25(A). 

We cleared the scene at 1822 hours, and 
brought both individuals back for 
processing. George and Alexander were 
both charged with the same crime of 
Domestic violence and assault, both were 
placed on a $3750 bond. Alexander was 
separated from George in the squad room, 
and George was unable to find someone to 
bond him out and was then transported to 
Mahoning County Jall. Alexander made 
bond, and was released to his mother, 
Caroline. 

Both were set a court date of 1/10/2019 @ 
0900a.m



Ptl. Peterman 512
1-3-2019


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On 1-3-2019 I responded to a domestic  
violence at 663 W. Oregon Ave.  While en 
route we were advised the male party later 
identifled as George Michael Hill was 
threatenrng people and possibly had a 
knife. Upon arrival Myself and Ptl. Peterman 
made contact with George who was 
detained for Officer safety. 

Ptl Peterman began speaking with George 
as I spoke with the caller Carollne Bandy 
and her son Alexander Hill. Caroline 
advised tbat George was her boyfriend and 
that she found a digital scale and marijuana 
pipe and she locked it in her trunk because 
she didn't want it in her house. She advises 
that George became mad over this and 
shoved her and began to attack her. Both 
Caroline and Alexander advise at this point 
Alex intervened in defense of his mother 
and struck his father George once in the 
face causing George to bleed from his 
mouth. 

All parties involved were offered medical 
and refused. Caroline advised she did want 
charges against George and signed for 
charges and did a voluntary statement.

George was arrested and placed in Ptl. 
Peterman's car, while there George advised 
his son attacked him and that he never 
touched his girlfriend and he wanted 
charges as well. I spoke with Chief Harris 
about this matter and he advised me that 
per Prosecutor Theresa Tolson both parties 
were to be arrested and charged with 
Domestic and Assault. Charges were 
signed by George against Alex and Alex 
was arrested and placed In my cruiser.

Caroline then showed me the scale and 
marijuana pipe and advised she did not 
want them in her house or car. George 
advised he had never seen them before in 
hls life. Since there was no proof Ownership 
and know one would admit it belonged to 
them the items were taken to be destroyed.

Units then came to the station with George 
and Alex.  Both were arrested for M1 
Domestic 2919.25 and M1 Assault 2903.13 
with bond set at $3750.  Alex was 
processed in the squad room and George 
was processed in the intox room.

Alex was able to post bond through all 
American Big Bobs Bail Bonds and all 
necessary paperwork was completed.  He 
was fingerprinted and photographed and 
did a voluntary under arrest statement and 
was released to the bondsman.

George was taken to Mahoning County Jail 
by Ptl Peterman.  Both parties were given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 01-10-2019 at 
0900hrs.



Ptl. Brindack #507

1-3-2019




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Sebring Police STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 19-001025 
DATE: 01/03/2019 21:59:00



On 1-3-2019 at 2201 I, Ptl Peterman 
responded to Circle K for a report of 
domestic violence.

Upon arrival, I spoke to Dale Yaggi, who 
states he was talklng to (XXXXXXX) and 
she became frustrated over Dale drinking 
again She then punched Dale In the face, 
causing his head to bleed, and knocked him 
onto the ground.  I asked Dale if he needed 
medical attention, to wich he responded he 
did not want it. We then asked if he wanted 
charges pressed against (XXXXXXX) to 
which he refused. 

Ptl Brindack then proceeded to have Dale 
sign a domestic violence refusal waiver.

I then spoke to Brandie Springer who states 
she saw Dale kneeling over by the Circle K 
entrance door, and asked if he was ok? I 
proceeded to give Dale a courtesy ride to 
his home. It should be noted I patted him 
down for weapons before letting him into 
my patrol cruiser Both units then cleared at 
2211.




Ptl. Peterman 522 1/3/2019




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Sebring Police STORIES 
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001026
TRAFFIC
1100 Block of S 12th St, Sebring, 0h



CITED: Matthew Shamp (AGE: 59)
488 E. Perry St., Salem, Oh
Speed 59/35    SCO 333.03




On Friday, January 04,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on S 12th 
St in marked unit #304. I observed a vehicle 
entering the village at what appeared to be 
a high rate of speed and activated my 
cruiser's mounted forward radar antenna. I 
observed and locked a digital read out of 59 
MPH. The vehicle was well within the 
village limits, past the corporation limit and 
35 MPH speed limit sign and showed no 
deviation in speed before and after the 
speed was locked in at 59 MPH. 

As the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overhead emergency lights, turned around 
and proceeded to catch up with the vehicle 
to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a silver Ford F-150 bearing 
Ohio registration ECM5485, came to a 
complete stop in front of 1135 S 12th St. 
Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Matthew Shamp, I informed 
him of the reason for the stop and 
ascertained the reason for the excessive 
speed. Shamp stated he was on his way to 
work at Famous on Courtney Rd. I asked 
Shamp how long he had been working at 
Famous and if he uses 12th St everyday on 
his way to work. Shamp stated he has been 
working at Famous for 4 months and that 
he uses 12th St every day for work and 
never once noticed a 35 MPH speed limit 
sign. 

Shamp provided his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance upon 
request.

Shamp was issued citation #031445 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed -59/35 and 
informed of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
January 17,2019 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508 1.4.2019




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Sebring Police STORIES 
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001027
TRAFFIC
206 N. 12th St., Sebring

CITED: David Schmid  (AGE: 70)
206 N 12th SL, Sebring, OH

Obedience to Traffic Control Device  SCO 
313.01




On Friday, January 04,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 on N 12th 
St at E Ohio Ave. I observed a white truck 
approach the intersection on E Ohio Ave 
from the west and turn south onto N 12th St 
without first stopping at the functioning red 
flashing traffic light. I immediately activated 
my overhead emergency lights and pulled 
out from my location to initiate a traffic stop. 
Upon catching up with the truck, the truck 
failed to pull over and I intermittently 
activated my emergency sirens. The truck 
continued south on N 12th St and pulled 
into 206 N 12th St. After pulling in behind 
the white truck, a Silverado bearing Ohio 
registration HCF8037, the driver 
immediately exited the vehicle.

I exited my patrol car and ordered the driver 
back into the truck but was met with verbal 
resistance. The driver was again ordered 
back into his vehicle at which point he 
finally complied. Upon approaching the 
vehicle and making contact with the driver, 
identified a David Schmid, I asked him why 
he felt it was necessary to exit his vehicle 
after being pulled over by a police officer. 
Schmid stated he did nothing wrong and 
wanted to go into his house. Schmid was 
ordered to stay where he was and to 
produce his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. 

While handing the aforementioned 
documentation to me, Schmid asked, "Are 
you going to shoot me?" to which I replied 
"No." Patrolman Scott arrived on scene at 
this time to assist.

Schmid was issued traffic citation #031446 
for Village Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device and informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, January 
10,2013 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508 1.4.2019



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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001027
TRAFFIC
700 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Lynnsy Dowdy 
1203 South St, Alliance, OH 

Obedience to Traffic Control Device  SCO 
313.01


On Sunday, January 06,2019, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #303 on N 
Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
black 2-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the east and continue 
west without first coming to a stop at the 
posted stop sign and functioning red 
flashing traffic light. 

I pulled out from my Iocation and activated 
my overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle, a black Chrysler 
Sebring bearing Ohio registration 
GGE2871, came to a complete stop in the 
700 block of W Ohio Ave. Before I could 
approach the vehicle, I observed the driver 
and the front passenger reaching and 
moving around inside the vehicle. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, identified as Lynnsy 
Dowdy and informed her that upon being 
stopped by a law enforcement officer, to not 
begin reaching around inside the vehicle 
unless instructed to do so. Dowdy became 
visibly agitated, defensive and proclaimed 
she was getting her documents ready for 
me. I informed Dowdy such actions should 
only be done when instructed to do so for 
her and the officer's safety. After explaining 
the importance of not reaching and moving 
around inside the vehicle, I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop.

I requested Dowdy to provide her driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance. Dowdy provided the 
aforementioned documentation. Dowdy was 
issued traffic citation #031447 for Village 
Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Device and informed of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, January 17,2019 at 0900. 

Dowdy was provided a courtesy reminder to 
not reach around the inside of n vehicle 
next time she is stopped by a law 
enforcement officer.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508 1.6.2019




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001041
WARRANT PICK UP
N. JOHNSON RD Outside village limits


Jessica Yaggi (AGE: 34)
756 N 15th St, Sebring, OH 44672

Warrant - FTA Agg Poss Drugs    ORC 
2937.43



Prior to starting the shift officers were given 
advance knowledge that Jessica Yaggi had 
an entered warrant out of Alliance Municipal 
Court.  While patrolling north in marked unit 
#303 on N. Johsnson Rd near the Smith 
TWP Police Department I observed a 
marron Buick bearing Ohio registration 
GCN6997. Dispatch had previously 
informed officers earlier in the shrft that the 
aforementioned vehicle was registered to 
Yaggi.  After relaying my location and 
direction of travel to dispatch I activated my 
overhead evergency lights and audible 
siren to initiate a felony traffic stop just north 
of Sebring Woods.

The maroon Buick came to a complete stop 
on N Johnson Rd north of the vrllage limits. 
After advising dispatch I would be on a 
felony stop with two occupants, I ordered 
the driver to turn the vehicle off and for the 
driver and passenger to place their hands 
outside their respective windows.

K-3 Detective Redfern, Patrolman Scott and 
Smith Township Patrolman Caughey arrived 
on scene at this time to assist. The driver 
was ordered out of the vehicle and when 
she emerged, officers confirmed by visual 
identification that the driver was Jessica 
Yaggi. Yaggi was placed in handcuffs 
behind her back (gapped double locked) 
and informed she was under arrest for an 
open warrant out of Alllance. Yaggi was 
patted down for weapons, contraband and 
secured in the backseat of marked unit 
#303.

Dispatch was updated of the arrest and 
advised an officer from Alliance Police 
Department would be en route to Ralph's 
Deli on Alliance-Sebring Rd to exchange 
custody. I transported Yaggi from the scene 
to the arranged meeting location while K-9 
Detective Redfern, Patrolman Scott and 
Smith Townshlp Patrolman Caughey 
remained on scene. After arriving at Ralph's 
Deli, Alliance Patrolman Vesco arrived on 
scene and took custody of Yaggi. Following 
the custody exchange with Alliance PD, I 
returned to the village.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508



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On 01/06/2019 I responded to a traffic stop 
initiated by Ptl. Marchionda with a vehicle 
that was registered to Jessica Yaggi that 
officers on shift had prior knowledge of 
Jessica having an entered warrant for drug 
possession through Alliance Municipal 
Court.

Ptl. Marchionda had stopped the vehicle on 
N. Johnson Rd. north of the Sebring Woods 
and while on the stop Ptl. Marchionda then 
advised the stop was a felony stop which 
resulted in the emergency response of 
myself, Det. Redfern, and Ptl. Caughey 
from Smith Twp. Police Dept. Upon my 
arrival I observed Ptl. Marchionda holding 
the occupants in the vehicle at gun point 
and ordered the driver which was identified 
as Jessica Yaggi out of the vehicle and 
placed her into custody. The passenger was 
identified as Derek Chittock. I had Derek 
exit the vehicle and patted Derek down for 
officer safety, Derek was intoxicated and 
was placed into unit 301 while officers 
continued the traffic stop.

Det. Redfern deployed the K-9 and the dog 
signaled Det. Redfern of possible 
contraband by barking and then laying 
down near the trunk area of the vehicle. 
Officers then searched the vehicle and 
found a digital scale in the cabin of the 
vehicle and a large quantity of syringes in 
the trunk which were all confiscated due to 
both individuals known to use opiates.

The vehicle was towed by Springer's 
Towing and Jessica Yaggi was taken to 
Ralph's Deli and handed over to an Alliance 
Police officer by Ptl. Marchionda. Derek 
stated that he smoked marijuana earlier 
next to the vehicle which possibly caused 
the K-9 to signal on the vehicle. Derek was 
then transported to the station where he 
eventually walked out but was later found 
safely at his mothers house in 148 Cedar-
wood in Beloit where he still holds 
residency. 

All confiscated rtems were logged and 
secured into the evidence room.



Reporting Officer Zachary Scott #506
Assisting Officer Zachary Scott #506
Assisting Officer Chad Redfern  #504
Assisting Officer Domenico Marchionda 
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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 19001045
Burglary / Domestic Violence
945 S. 15th St. Sebring


Arrested: Daniel Reichenbach  
945 S. 15th St. Sebring

Domestic Violence   2919.25A
Burglary            2911.12A-1



On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
525 W. Tennessee Ave re to a male that 
forced open a door to a residence and 
assaulted his father. I was also advised that 
Smith Twp P.D. was en-route. I arrived and 
upon arrival the victim one William 
Reichenbach sitting at the kitchen table. I 
was then advised by the victim that he was 
in bed with his wife Debra Reichenbach, 
when they heard a loud noise and someone 
forcing open the front door. I was then 
advised that when he got out of bed found 
his son in the living room and also observed 
that his son had forced open the door. 
William then advised me that Daniel began 
shoving him and trying to strike him. William 
also advised me that Daniel had shoved 
him into the kitchen and advised him that he 
was going to kick his ass. I was then 
advised by William that he grabbed a knife 
to protect but Daniel knocked the knife from 
his hand. I explained to William of the 
process for filing Domestic Violence, and 
after several minutes he advised that he 
wanted Daniel Arrested. Mr. Reichenbach 
signed a Domestic Violence Complaint and 
I obtained written statements from William 
and Debra.  I also obtained photo's of the 
damaged door.  William also advised me 
that the incident occurred because of his 
step daughter being upset.


At 2133 Hrs I located Daniel at his 
residence of 945 S. 15th St. and he was 
taken into custody and restrained with 
handcuffs that was gapped and double 
locked. Daniel kept stating to himself that 
he screwed up, and he should of never 
went over there. I also spoke to Chief Harris 
and I advised him of the incident and the 
charges that I was going to file, and he 
advised ok on the charges.

Daniel was transported to the Sebring 
Police Dept and processed and then 
transported to the Mahoning County Jail by 
Officer Brindack. Daniel was charged with 
Domestic Violence 2919.25 A, Burglary 
2911.12A-1.



Reporting Steven McDaniel #509




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PUBLISHED 3:40PM JANUARY 8, 2019
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Friday, December 21, 2018
09:43 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012057 
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St.


Jenna Mucklo (Age 24)
11272 Island Creek Dr. Beloit Oh

Speed (53/35) 333.03



On 12/10/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a red in 
color Jeep Liberty traveling north on S. 12th 
St. at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit and 
confirmed the speed to be 53mph in a 
clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle bearing Oh registration 
FBB6010 in the 100 Block of S. 12th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Jenna Mucklo, 
11271 Island Creek Dr. Beloit. I advised 
Jenna the reason for the stop and 
requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance which she provided. 

Jenna was then issued a citation for 
Speed/SCO 333.03. Jenna was advised of 
her court date at MCC#3 on 12/20/2018 at 
0900 hours with no personal appearance 
required to which she advised she 
understood.

Once the citation was signed I gave Jenna 
her copy. I then cleared.



Det. Kelm.#505




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012058 
Traffic
100TH BLOCK S.12th ST


CITED: Sherry Court 
15854 Salem-Alliance Rd, Salem 44460

SPEEDING (47/35)   SCO 333.03




On 12/11/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a white in 
color vehicle traveling north on S. 12th St. 
at a visibly high rate of speed. I activated 
my mounted radar unit and confirmed the 
speed to be 47 mph in a cIearly marked 35 
mph zone. I activated my overhead lights 
and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
bearing OH
registration GTJ8647 in the 100 Block of S. 
12th street. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver who I identified as 
Sherry Court, 15854 Salem-Aliance Rd, 
Salem. I advised Sherry the reason for the 
stop and requested her license, registration, 
and proof of insurance which she provided 
and advised me that she does not have her 
proof of insurance. Sherry was then issued 
a citation for Speed/SCO 333.03. 

Sherry was advised of her court date at 
MCC#3 on 12/20/2018 at 0900 hours with a 
personal appearance required so she can 
show her proof of insurance. She then 
advised she will not be going per the fact 
she has a job and doesn't have to go and 
that she will be mailing it in. I then explained 
to Sherry that it is a mandatory appearance 
and strongly advised her to appear. She 
then continued to rudely explain why she 
will be mailing it in as I handed her the 
citation to sign. 

Once the citation was finally signed I gave 
Sherry her copy and she continued to make 
rude remarks as I told her to please be safe 
pulling out onto the road again. I then 
cleared.



PTL. Villanueva #513
12/11/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012063
TRAFFIC
Courtney Rd. near N. Johnson Rd.


CITED: Tammie Delp (Age 56)
12205 Goshen Rd Lot 7, Salem, 0h 44460

Speed (51/35)   SCO 333.03




On Tuesday, December 11,2018, I , 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
speed enforcement in marked unit #303 on 
Courtney Road near Allied Drive. While 
facing east, I observed a vehicle travelling 
west at what appeared to be a high rate of 
speed. Upon activating my cruiser's forward 
mounted radar antenna, I observed and 
locked a digital read out of 51 MPH in a 
posted 35 MPH zone as the vehicle neared 
Allied Drive. After the vehicle passed my 
location, I pulled out onto Courtney Road 
and activated my overhead emergency 
lights to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a green 2006 Buick van 
bearing Ohio registration HML9950, came 
to a complete stop on Courtney Road just 
east of N Johnson Rd. Upon making 
contact with tlie driver, identified as Tammie 
Delp, I identified myself and informed her of 
the reason for the stop. I requested Delp to 
provide her driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Delp 
only provided her driver's license. 

Delp was issued traffic citation #031435 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed (51/35) 
and advised of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, December 20,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
22.12.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012064 
Traffic
McKinley Ave. / S. Johnson


CITED: Tyler Leek (Age 20)
984 Mill Cr. Apt. 96 Alliance, OH

Speed 46/35   SCO 333.03 
D.U.S.        SCO 335.07




On 12/11/2015 at 11:35pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
south on S. Johnson Rd. when I observed a 
vehicle on the same road traveling north 
that appeared to be traveling at a high rate 
of speed. I activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar and observed a reading of 
46mph while the vehicle was in a 35mph 
zone. The vehicle then passed me aid I 
then pulled into a drive way and turned 
around and observed the velricle turn west 
onto McKinley Ave. I activated my overhead 
light bar and initiated a traffic stop on a 
2008 gray Ford 4 door bearing Ohio 
registration (HEH6689) on McKinley Ave. 
west of S. Johnson Rd.

I approached the driver and informed them 
of the reason For the stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received all of 
except proof of insurance and identified the 
driver as Tyler Leek. Dispatch advised me 
that Tyler's driver's license *as suspended 
(random verification).

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Tyler a traffic citation for speed SCO 333.03 
and D.U.S. SCO 335.07 and gave Tyler a 
court date of 12/20/2018 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with a personal appearance 
required. Tyler signed the citation and was 
provided with a copy. Tyler pulled over next 
to a house that his girlfriend was currently 
staying and she came out side. I requested 
her driver's license and she was identified 
as Breanna Carver and was also valid. I 
advised Tyler that the vehicle will not be 
towed and if he needs transportation to 
have Breanna or a valid driver take him and 
I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
12/20/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011144
Criminal
336 E. Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672


ARRESTED: Brian Tewksbury  (Age 28)
336 E. Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

Littering and Deposit of Garbage,   
521.08B,  Bond $500.00




On 11/29/18 I went to 336 E Indiana Ave for 
a trash complaint. Upon arrival I observed a 
mattress and chair in the lawn along with a 
rug and clothes. This will be Brian 
Tewksbury the homeowners second offense 
and he was cited in the last case making 
this offense an M4. Brian and His father 
Chris were advised of this and they were 
given 1 day to clean up the mess before 
Brian is charged.

Ptl Brindack 507



........................



On 12/07/13 I observed that Brian had only 
cleaned up some of what he had been 
asked to clean up. He left a rug and other 
miscellaneous small trash items including 
food trash, polar pop cups, paper, etc. Brian 
has been cited for this in the past making 
this offense an M-4 a state complaint was 
done for the charge of littering deposit of 
trash 521.088 and a summons is being 
requested from MCC#3



Ptl Brindack 507



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On 12/12/2018, myself, Ptl. Villanueva #523 
and Ptl. Reed #514 served a summons to 
Brian Paul Tewksbury at 336 E. Indiana 
Ave. I informed Brian the date, time and 
location of the appearance and explained 
where it was located on his paperwork. 
Then we cleared.


Ptl. Villanueva 513
Ptf. Reed 514
12/12/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012067
Criminal
435 N. 14th St. Sebring


ARRESTED: Trevor Berlin (Age 19)
435 N. 14th St. Sebring

Discharging Firearm  549.08  Bond $500.00


On 12/12/2018 I was advised by Ptl. Reed 
of someone with a firearm at 435 N. 14th 
St.

I responded to the above address and 
made contact with the suspect Trevor 
Berling.  Trevor advised he was shooting 
cans in his back yard with a BB gun. I 
observed a black in color BB pistol on the 
porch steps as well as a container full of 
BB's. Ptl. Reed advised Trevor it is a 
violation of village ordinance to discharge a 
firearm within the village limits. Trevar then 
advised he was not aware of that.  Ptl. 
Reed advised Trevor he was being placed 
under arrest for violation of ORC 2923.162 / 
Discharging Firearms. Ptl. Reed then 
placed Trevor in handcuffs, double locked 
and gapped. Ptl. Reed then transported 
Trevor to the police station for processing.

Trevor was photographed fingerprinted and 
released on a $500 OR Band. Trevor was 
advised of his Mandatory court appearance 
at MCC#3 on 12/13/2018 at 900hrs.


Det. Kelm #505
Ptl. Reed #514

12/12/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012065 
Traffic
600th Block West Ohio Ave.


CITED: Cheryl Moore-Sucaciu (Age 59)
237 Perry Court, Alliance, 44601

Traffic Control Devices (Ran a Stop Siqn) 
SCO 313.01.


On Wednesday, December 12,2018, I, 
Patrolman Villanueva, was parked 
conducting traffic enforcement in marked 
unit #304 at the intersection of W. Ohio and 
N. Johnson Rd. While facing south, I 
observed a vehicle approaching the 
intersection traveling east and did not slow 
to a stop for the stop sign but instead 
noticed my unit and stopped in the middle 
of the intersection.

I then activated my overhead emergency 
lights to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle was a Black 2012 Chevy 
bearing Ohio registration ECY7067. The 
vehicle came to a complete stop on on W. 
Ohio and I made contact with the driver 
identified as Cheryl Moore-Sucaciu. I 
identified myself and informed her of the 
reason for the stop. I requested Cheryl to 
provide her driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Cheryl 
only provided her driver" license and 
insurance. 

Cheryl was issued traffic citation for Village 
Ordinance 313.01 Traffic Control Devices 
for running the stop sign and advised of her 
of her court date and time. Then I cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
12/12/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012070
Traffic
Corner of N. Johnson Rd. and W. Maryland


CITED: Brandon Ruckman (Age 32)
1314 South St, Alliance, 44601

Driving Under Suspension SCO 335.07
Traffic Control Devices  SCO 313.01


On Thursday, December 13,2015, I , 
Patrolman Villanueva, was parked 
conducting traffic enforcement in marked 
unit #304 at the intersection of W. Ohio and 
N. Johnson Rd. While facing south, I 
observed a vehicle approaching the 
intersection traveling west and did not slow 
to stop for the stop sign but instead noticed 
my unit and stopped in the middle of the 
intersection while turning right onto N. 
Johnson Rd. I then activated my overhead 
emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle was a 2065 Blue Dodge 
minivan bearing Ohio registration 
HOP7499. The vehicle came to a complete 
stop on the corner of N.. Johnson / W . 
Maryland and I made contact with the 
driver, identified as Brandon Ruckman. I 
identified myself and informed him the 
reason for the stop. I requested Brandon to 
provide her drivers license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Brandon 
only provided her driver's license and so I 
called it into Dispatch. 

Dispatch informed of his failure to reinstate. 
I went. back to Brandon's vehicle and told 
that he was driving under suspension and I 
am either going to have to tow the vehicle 
or he can have someone come pick it up. 
Brandon then stated that he can have 
someone come pick up the vehicle within 
10 minutes so I asked Brandon to slay in 
his vehicle until they arrive. 

I went back to my unit and Brandon was 
issued traffic citation for Village Ordinance 
323.01 Traffic Control Devices for running 
the stop sign and 335.07 Driving Under 
Suspension. I advised him of the court date 
and time and told him it was absolulely 
mandatory for him to go.

The vehicle was then picked up by a valid 
driver Det. Kelm ran through dispatch and 
then we cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
Det. Kelm #505
12/13/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012073
TRAFFIC
Ohio Ave. / N. 12th St


CITED: Joshua McCullouqh (Age 21)
17846 3rd St Beloit

Loud Crackling Exhaust     331.36



On 12/13/18 I was parked at 605 E Ohio 
Ave facing South when I observed a black 
dodge truck travelling west on Ohio with an 
extremely loud exhaust. I got behind the 
vehicle at Ohio Ave and N 12th St even at 
idle the vehicle exhaust was excessively 
loud. The vehicle accelerated and emittcd a 
loud crackling sound from the tail pipe. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 
Black dodge Truck bearing OH HLW4283 in 
the 300 block of E Ohio Ave. I identified the 
driver as Joshua Ray McCullough. Joshua 
was cited for loud exhaust 331-36 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 12/20/18 
with a mandatory appearance as he was 
not able to provide proof of insurance.



Ptl. Brindack 507
12/13/18




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PUBLISHED 9:25AM DECEMBER 21, 2018
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Thursday, December 13, 2018
07:00 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18012028
Traffic
100TH Block of S. 12th St


CITED: Donald Weisel (Age 78)
9353 Columbus Rd, Louisville, OH 

Speeding (55/35)    SCO 333.03




On 12/05/2018 at 0842 hours I, Ptl. 
Villanueva while in a marked police cruiser 
was stationary on S. 12th Street and E. 
Georgia when I noticed a Gold vehicle 
traveling at a high rate of speed. I activated 
my cruisers mounted radar unit and 
observed a steady read - out of 55 mph 
while in a 35 mph zone.

The vehicle passed my cruiser going 
53mph and I then turned my cruiser around 
and initiated a traffic stop on the 100th  
block of S. 12th St. near E. Georgia The 
vehicle was a 2009 Honda SW.

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver, Mr. Donald Weisel, of the reason for 
the stop and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance. He then 
informs me that he does not have his proof 
of insurance or registration on him only his 
driver's license. I then returned to my 
cruiser and wrote a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and gave Wiesel a court date 
of 12/13/2018 at 0900 hours and notified 
him that a personal appearance will be 
required so he could show his proof of 
insurance. Once Weisel signed the citation 
he was provided with a copy and I then 
cleared.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012029
Traffic
N. 12th St., @ E. Pennsylvania Ave.


CITED: Lori Hatton (Age 61)
13725 Overcrest St. Alliance


Speed (51/35)    333.03




On 12/5/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a white in 
color Ford sedan traveling north on S. 12th 
St. at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit and 
confirmed the speed to be 51mph in a 
clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle bearing Oh registration 
GYW7666 on N.12th St. near E. 
Pennsylvania Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Lori Hatton, 13725 
Overcrest St. Alliance. I advised Lori the 
reason for the stop to which she replied "I'm 
sorry I'm lost,.I thought I was going 40". I 
requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance. Lori was only able to 
produce 2 expired copies of her insurance. 
Lori was then issued a citation for 
Speed/SCO 333.03. 

Lori was advised of her court date at 
MCC#3 on 12/13/2018 at 0900 hours with a 
personal appearance required to which she 
advised she understood. Once the citation 
was signed I gave Lori her copy. I then 
cleared.




Det. Kelm #505
12/5/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
case NO.: 18012031 
TRAFFIC
Near 1900 block S 12th St, Sebring, OH


CITED: Richard Smail (Age 35)
1774 Federal Avc, Alliance, Ohio

Speed (49/35)    SCO 333.03




On Wednesday, December 05,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling north 
on S 12th St in marked unit #303. While 
approaching the village limits, I observed a 
vehicle traveling in the opposite direction at 
what appeared to be a high rate of speed. 
Upon activating my cruiser's forward 
mounted radar antenna, I observed and 
locked in a digital read out of 49 MPH in a 
posted 35 MPH zone. The vehicle was 
within the village just north of the 1500 
block of S 12th St when I locked the speed 
in. As the vehicle passed me outside the 
village limits, I activated my overhead 
emergency lights, turned around and 
initiated a traffic stop.

The vehicle, a silver Chevrolet Mante Carlo 
bearing Ohio registration 002 AZEH, came 
to a complete stop just north of the 1900 
block of S 12th St.. Upon making contact 
with the driver, identified as Richard Smail, I 
identified myself and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. I requested Smail to 
provide his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance.

Smail provided a11 of the aforementioned 
documentation. Smail was issued traffic 
citation #031433 for Village Ordinance 
333.03 Speed (49/35) and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 13,2018 at 
0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.5.2015





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012032 
TRAFFIC
106 W Vcmont Ave, Sebring, OH 


CITED: Karen Smith (Age 57)
106 W Vermont Ave, Sebring, OH 44672

ACDA   sco 333.03



On Wednesday, December 05,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was dispatched to a 
motor vehicle collision involving two 
vehicles without injuries on N 15th St near 
E Michigan Ave.

Upon my arrival, I made contact with the 
motorist who was struck, identified as Adam 
Reichenbach who provided me with his 
vehicle registration and insurance 
information.

Reichenbach informed me he was stopped 
on N 15th St at the posted stop sign at E 
Virginia Ave when he was rear-ended by 
another vehicle. Reichenbach's father had 
already arrived on scene as was an 
unidentified bystander. All parties on scene 
informed me the motorist who struck 
Reichenbach had left the scene to go to her 
residence to gather her insurance 
information. I advised the unidentified 
bystander, who stated he knew the other 
motorist, to make contact with her and 
advise her to come back to the scene. 
Reichenbach's vehicle, a white Pontiac 
Grand Am, suffered damage to the right 
rear bumper and was leaking gasoline from 
the fuel tank. 

Springers arrived on scene and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway. I notified 
dispatch to send the fire department to the 
scene to clean up the gasoline that had 
been spilled on the roadway.

The unidentified bystander brought the 
female motorist back to the scene shortly 
thereafter. The female motorist, identified as 
Karen Smith, provided her driver's license, 
vehicle registration and insurance 
information. 

After the fire department arrived on scene 
and cleaned the gasoline from the roadway, 
I proceeded to Smith's residence on W 
Vermont Ave to assess the damage to her 
vehicle.

After speaking with Smith and obtaining 
photographs of the damage to her maroon 
Ford Escape, I could detect an odor of an 
alcohoIic beverage on her breath and asked 
if she had consumed any alcohol tonight. 
Smith admitted she had consumed one 
margarita earlier in the evening. While 
speaking to Smith, her speech was not 
slurred nor was she having difficulty 
maintaining her balance. 

Smith was issued traffic citation #031434 
for Village Ordinance 333.03 Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead and advised of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 13,2018 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 15012042 
TRAFFIC
334 N 16th St,Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Shawn Carver (Age 33)
376 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Oh

Expired / Fictitious Plates     SCO 335.10



On Thursday, December 6,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was on patrol near 
Circle K in marked unit #304. I observed a 
white Dodge 4-door sedan bearing Ohio 
temporary registration G970405 at the gas 
pump and performed a random registration 
check through dispatch. Dispatch informed 
me the registration had expired on 
November 1,2018. 

After relocating to N 15th St and E Ohio 
Ave, I observed the vehicle cross N 15th St 
as it entered the alleyway in between W. 
Ohio Ave and W Maryland Ave from the 
east. I activated my overhead emergency 
lights and entered the alleyway behind the 
vehicle to initiate a traffic stop. The white 
Dodge 4-door sedan came to a complete 
stop in the driveway of 334 N 16th St.

Upon approaching the vehicle, I observed 
the temporary registration had been altered 
by what appeared to be white out and black 
marker to read DEC 11 18. Upon making 
contact with the driver, identified as Shawn 
Carver, I identified myseIf and informed him 
of the reason for the stop. I requested 
Carver to provide his driver's license. I 
recognized Carver and remembered he had 
previously been stopped by Patrolman 
Scott on November 23,2018 and cited for 
expired registration. 

I informed Carver because he altered the 
expired temporary registration, the vehicle 
would be towed for fictitious plates. I 
notified dispatch to send a tow truck to my 
Iocation to recover the vehicle.

Carver was issued traffic citation #031436 
for Village Ordinance 335.10 
Expired/Fictitious Plates and advised of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, December 
13, 2018 at 0900. I asked Carver to provide 
proof of insurance before the vehicle was 
towed and he was unable to, do so. 

An administrative inventory was performed 
and the vehicle was subsequently towed 
ftom the scene by Springers.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.6.2015




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012041
TRAFFIC
500 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED:  Dallas Bolner (Age 51)
32 Oakwood St, Beloit, Oh 44609

DUS Noncompliance                   SCO 
335.07
Obedience to Traffic Control Device SCO 
313.01
Ficticious Plates                   SCO 335.1O



On Thursday, December: 6,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement with Patrolman Reed in 
marked unit #304 on W Ohio Ave at N 
Johnson Rd. We observed a black SUV 
approach the intersection from the west and 
proceed east without coming to a stop at 
the posted stop sign/functioning flashing red 
traffic light. I pulled out from our location 
and activated my oderhead emergency 
lights. After the vehicle failed to yield upon 
clearing the 600 block of W Ohio Ave, I 
activated the audible siren., The SUV, a 
gray Chevrolet Trailblazer bearing Ohio 
registration HIF5473, came to a complete 
hop in Ihe 500 block of W Ohio Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Dallas Bolner, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Bolner to provide his 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance, Bolner was only able to 
provide his driver's license.

Dispatch informed me HIF5473 was not 
coming back in LEADS. After providing 
dispatch with Bolner's license number, I was 
informed Bolner's license was under a 
security and noncompliance suspension.

After providing the vehicle identification 
number to dispatch, I was informed of the 
vehicle information and that it was 
registered to Bolner but that the plate on file 
was FDL1131. I informed Bolner due to his 
license being under suspension and that 
the plates did not match with the vehicle, 
that the vehicle would be towed. 

Given the weather conditions during the 
time of the stop, Bolner was allowed to sit in 
the back of marked unit #304 after being 
patted down for weapons. I advised 
dispatch to send a tow truck to the scene to 
recover the vehicle. 

Patrolman Reed performed the 
administrative inventory of the vehicle while 
I wrote up the traffic citation.

I checked the registration sticker on the rear 
plate of the vehicle (HIF5473) and the 
corresponding registration on the sticker 
was FDL1131.

At the conclusion of the administrative 
inventory, the vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Springers. Bolner was issued 
traffic citation #031435 for Village 
ordinances 335.07 DUS - Noncompliance, 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device 
and 335.10 Fictitious Plates.

Bolner was informed of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 13,2018 at 
0900. Following the conclusion of the traffic 
stop, Bolner was provided a courtesy 
transport to his residence at Sebring 
Estates in Reloit.




Ptl D. Marchionda# 508
12.6.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-012035 
DATE: 12/06/2018 10:52:00
Criminal Investigation



On 12/06/18 I responded to 548 W Oregon 
Ave for a criminal mischief report.


Ptl. Brindack 507
12/06/18




Upon arrival I spoke with Denver D. Lucas 
Sr who showed me that his vehicle parked 
in his back lot had been egged. It was clear 
that the vehicle had been hit with one 
singular egg the driver side door and there 
was still residue an the door. Denver 
advised he did not see anyone do this and 
did not know when it happened. 

I advised Denver a report would be taken 
but without anything to go on this case 
would be closed, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No. 18012046
TRAFFIC
100 Block of E Ohio Ave, Sebring OH


CITED: Amy Davner (Age 38)
25759 ST RT 62, Damascus, Oh 

Obedience to Traffic Control Device   SCO 
313.01




On Saturday, December 8,2018, I , 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
silver SUV approach the intersection from 
the west and proceed east through the 
intersection without stopping at the 
functioning flashing red traffic light. I pulled 
out from my location and activated my 
overhead emergency lights to initiate a 
traffic stop. The vehicle, a silver Ford SUV 
bearing Ohio registration HFW4599, came 
to a complete stop in the 100 block of E 
Ohio Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Amy Davner, I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop. 
Davner provided her driver's license and 
vehicle registration upon request but was 
unable to produce valid proof of insurance. 
Davner was issued traffic citation #031437 
for.Village Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device and advised of her 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, December 
20,2018 at 0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.8.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18012050 
traffic
S 12th St / Alabama Ave



CITED: William Parkison (Age 54)
13860 Marlington St NE 

Speed 51/35     333.03




On 12/06/18 I was parked in a marked 
patrol car in the parking lot of "Haiss 
Fabripart" in the 100 bIock of S 12th St 
facing South. While there I observed a 
black SUV pass me on S 12th St. travelling 
South at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my in car Radar unit and clocked 
the vehicle at 53mph in a clearly posted 
35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicIe a Black  GMC Envoy bearing OH 
HAT7951 which came to a stop at S. 12th 
St and Alabama Ave. 

I made contact the driver who was identified 
as William E Parkison Sr. William was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 12/20/18 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required.



Ptl. Brindack 507
12/08/18





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Thursday, December 13, 2018
01:18 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 180 12007
Criminal
375 W Maryland Ave, Sebring, OH


Arrested: Zachary Snoeberger (Age: 27)
206 Church St Louisville OH

Grand Theft of Motor Vehicle F4  2913.02 
Bond $4,000.00
Obstructing Justice              2921.32 Bond 
$2,500.00


Arrested: Terra Berringer (Age 34)
375 W Maryland Ave Sebring OH 44672 
OH 1 1928

Obstructing Justice F5           2921.32  Bond 
$2,500





On 12/01/2018. I was requested to check 
the 300 block of West Maryland Avenue in 
reference to a vehicle was involved in a 
Crime in Louisville.

Ptl. McDaniel and I went to the residence 
and found the vehicle in question. I 
attempted to make contact with Terra 
Berringer and speak with her about her 
estranged husbands vehicle. Ptl. McDaniel 
and I spoke with Terra. Terra advised that 
the vehide was taken by Zachary 
Snoeberger, and was returned earlier. Terra 
advised that Zachary left earlier in the day 
once he brought the vehicle back. 

I asked Terra several times if Zachary was 
in the residence and she denied. Terra was 
advised that if it was found that she was 
harboring Zachary that she would be 
charged with obstruction. I asked Terra if I 
was able to search the residence. Terra 
hesitantly complied, and allowed us to 
search the residence. I searched the 
upstairs of the residence and found Zachary 
Snoeberger hiding in the bathroom behind 
the door with the towels. Zachary was 
ordered out of the bathroom and was 
placed in custody.

Zachary stated that he would return the 
shirts that he took in Louisville if his charges 
would be dropped. Zachary advised that he 
stole a pack of undershirts from the dollar 
store. 

Zachary was placed in the rear of the 
cruiser. I went back into the residence and 
spoke to Terra and advised her that there 
was a possibility that she would be charged 
with obstruction.

Zachary was taken to the station. Zachary 
signed a waiver of his rights and wrote in a 
statement. Zachary advised that he took 
Terra's husband's vehicle without their 
knowledge. Zachary advised that his 
girlfriend Nichole had nothing to do with it. 
Zachary then admitted that he stole items 
from the Louisville Dollar store .

Ptl. Brindack then started to process 
Zachary once at the station. I reached out 
to Prosecutor Tolson who advised that she 
would approve F4 Grand theft charges 
against Zachary, and F5 Obstructing Justice 
charges against Terra.

I then advised Ptl. Brindack that I was going 
to pick up Terra on her charges and 
Zachary became irate advising that she 
shouldn't be charged. I then went enroute to 
pick Terra up when dispatch advised that 
Ptl. Brindack was requesting EMS for 
Zachary for chest pains. I then returned to 
station.

Zachary then stated "Sorry, I can't let you 
charge her". Medic 1 came to evaluate 
Zachary and ran a 12-lead EKG. Medic 1 
advised that Zachary was medically fine. 
Medic 1 sent the EKG to Alliance Hospital 
and whom advised that Zachary was 
medically fine. Zachary was then taken to 
MCJ with additional charges of Obstructing 
Justice for the delay of my picking Terra up 
on felony charges.



Det. Redfern 504



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On 12/01/2018 I was advised that Terra was 
at her residence. I delegated Ptl. Brindack 
to go and pick Terra up on her charges. I 
prepared Terra's jail paperwork as Rtl. 
Brindack processed her. Ptl. Peterman 
transported Terra to MCJ without incident.


Det. Redfern 504



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On 12/10/18 Upon starting my shift Det. 
Redfern arrived on our station with Zachary 
Snoeberger. After obtaining a statement 
from Zachary Det. Redfern asked me to 
assist and sit with Zachary while he did 
necessary paperwork. I took booking 
photos of Zachary and afterward Det. 
Redfern came in and advised me he was 
going to pick up Terra Berringer on a charge 
stemming from this case. Zachary protested 
and as soon as Det. Redfern left. Zachary 
said my chest hurts. I asked Zachary if he 
required medical attention and he said yes I 
do. I requested dispatch to call Sebring FD 
for an ambulance. 

Sebring FD arrived and ran tests on 
Zachary and stated in their opinion he was 
perfectly fine. Zachary advised he still 
wanted to go to the hospital. Det. Redfern 
advised me that he had contact a Doctor 
and said Doctor reviewed the 12 lead EKG 
done by Sebring FD and cleared Zachary 
and said he did not need medical attention. 
Det. Redfern then requested I transport 
Zachary to MCJ. While en route to the jail 
Zachary told me the only reason he asked 
for an ambulance was to interrupt Det. 
Redfern arresting Terra. Zachary was taken 
to the jail and I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
12/01/18


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Upon my return to our station Det. Redfern 
advised me that Terra Berringer was at 375 
W. Maryland and requested I go pick her up 
and arrest her on his charges. I went to the 
above location arrested Terra without 
incident and transported her back to our 
station where after processing she was 
transported to MCJ by Ptl. Peteman.


Ptl. Brindack 507



While Terra was being processed I returned 
to 375 W Maryland and did a civil standby 
so James Berringer could retrieve his 
vehicle, I then cleared.


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011162
Traffic
E Ohio Ave near N 14th St, Sebring, OH



CITED: Danielle Hearn (Age 19)
4880 Crystal Lake Ave., NW, Canal Fullon, 
OH 
Expired Plates SCO 335.10



On Friday,.November 30,2018, I , 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
maroon 4-door sedan proceed east through 
the intersection, failing to stop at the 
functioning red flashing traffic light. I 
activated my overhead emergency lights, 
audible siren and pulled out from my 
location onto E Ohio Ave to initiate a traffic 
stop. 

The vehicle, a maroon Saturn 4-door sedan 
bearing Ohio registration HGL9922, came 
to a complete stop on E Ohio Ave near N 
14th St . Upon making contact with the 
driver, identified as Danielle Hearn, I 
identified myself and informed her of the 
reason for the stop. Hearn declared she 
was not from Sebring and was unaware she 
had gone through a flashing red traffic 
Tight. Hearn attempted to justify her failure 
to come to a stop by stating the traffic lights 
"flash orange" (sic) where she's from. I 
requested Hearn to provide her driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance. Hearn was only able to provide 
her driver's license.

While verifying Hearn's information through 
dispatch, I was informed the vehicle 
registration expired on October 10,2018. 
Hearn was given a verbal warning for SCO 
313.01 Traffic Control Devices and issued 
traffic citation #031429 for Village 
Ordinance 335.10 Expired Plates. Hearn 
was advised of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, December 13,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchiunda #508
12.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011163
Traffic
N 15th St at E Maryland Ave, Scbring, 0h



CITED: Cody Wilson (Age 26)
30 W Washington St, Alliance, OH

Obedience to Traffic Control Device   SCO 
313.01



On Saturday, December 1, 2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
silver Jeep Wrangler approach the 
intersection from the east and turn north 
onto N 15th St without first coming to a 
complete stop at the functioning flashing 
red traffic light. After the vehicle passed me, 
I activated my overhead emergency lights, 
pulled out from my location and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. 

The silver Jeep Wrangler, bearing Ohio 
registration FOH1776, came to a complete 
stop on N 15th St at E Maryland Ave. Upon 
making contact with the driver, Cody 
Wilson, I identified myself and informed him 
of the reason for the stop. I requested 
Wilson to provide his driver's license and 
proof of insurance.

Wilson provided both of the aforementioned 
documentation. Wilson was issued traffic 
citation #031430 for Village Ordinance 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device 
and advised of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
December 13,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. Marchionda #508
12.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012001
Traffic
Near 235 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 44672



CITED: Bradley Anstine (Age 23)
26646 S Range Rd, Beloit, OH 44609

Driving Around RR Crossing   SCO 331.39



On Saturday, December 1,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. I observed the 
railroad crossing guards on S/N 15th St 
near W California Ave activate. After the 
guards activated, I observed the guards 
begin to descend and observed a dark 
colored lifted truck proceed around and 
through the crossing as the guards were 
halfway down. The lights on the crossing 
guards were functioning normally as they 
were flashing red as they activated and 
descended.

After I observed the same dark colored 
lifted truck turn east onto E Ohio Ave, I 
pulled out from my location onto E Ohio Ave 
and initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren. The truck, a black Chevrolet bearing 
Ohio registration GRD5134, came to a 
complete stop near 235 E Ohio Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Bradley Anstine, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop.

Anstine acknowledged the reason and 
admitted to knowingly driving around and 
through the crossing as the guards were 
coming down.

I requested Anstine to provide me with his 
driver's license and proof of insurance. 
Anstine provided both of the 
aforementioned documentation. Anstine 
was issued traffic citation #031431 for 
Village Ordinance 331.39 Driving Around 
RR Crossing and advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 6,2015 at 
09021.


PtI D. Marchionda #508
12.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012002
Traffic
N. Johnson Rd. / W. Virginia Ave.


CITED: Michael Smith
14380 Elm Side, Alliance, OH 44601


Two Head Lights Required  SCO 337.03
D.U.S.                    SCO 335.07




On 12/01/2013 at 1:46am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
north on N. Johnson Rd. when I observed a 
vehicIe pass me that had a headlight out. I 
turned the cruiser around and initiated a 
traffic stop on N. Johnson Rd. near W. 
Virginia Ave. The vehicle was a 2004 white 
Acura 4 door bearing Ohio registration 
HLD2443. I exited my patrol car and 
approached the driver and informed them of 
the reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which the driver stated that he 
does not have it and stated that he was 
suspended. 

I then gathered the driver's information and 
ran it through dispatch and was able to 
identify the driver as Michael Smith and 
dispatch advised me that Michael was 
suspended. Michael had passenger in his 
vehicle identified as Cassie Edwards which 
was also suspended and there was also a 
dog in the back seat of the vehicle.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Michael a traffic citation for Two Head 
Lights Required SC0337.03 and Driving 
Under Suspension SC0 335.07 and gave 
Michael a court date of 12/13/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3.

Once Michael signed his citation he was 
provided with a copy.

I then called for a tow truck in which 
Springer's Towing arrived shortly. Michael, 
Cassie, and their dog obtained a ride and 
left the scene. 

An inventory of the vehicle was preformed 
and most of the contents were electrical 
appliances such as radio decks and all was 
documented on the tow slip. The trunk was 
unable to be opened due to the vehicle 
having prior damage and the releases not 
working.

The vehicle was then towed to 10 N. 12th 
by Springer's Towing and I then cleared.




Ptl. Scott #506
12/01/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18012012
Traffic
600 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Dustin Brown (Age 27)
2303 5 Linden Ave, Alliance, OH 

Traffic Control Device   SCO 313.01



On Sunday, December 2,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on N 
Johnson St at. W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
gold vehicle approach the intersection from 
the south and turn east onto W Ohio Ave 
without first coming to a stop at the posted 
stop sign. I pulled out from my location and 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
gold Nissan Juke bearing Ohio registration 
GXQ5362, came to a complete stop in the 
600 block of W Ohio Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Dustin Brown, I identified 
myse1f and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Brown to provide his 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. Brown provided all of 
the aforementioned documentation. 

Brown was issued traffic citation #031432 
for Village Ordinance 313.01 Traffic Control 
Device and informed of his appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, December 13,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
12.2.2018



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Sunday, December 02, 2018
09:33 AM -0500

Sebring Police STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011124
DATE: 11/26/2018 17:30:00



On 11/26/2018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to Circle K for an individual 
trying to pass fake money.

Upon arrival I spoke Cassie Edwards, 
Cassie stated to me that she was tying to 
buy gas and a polar pop and then asked the 
clerk if she can break a fifty. She then 
pulled out a $50 bill and noticed that there 
were weird Chinese writing on it. Cassie 
asked the clerk if that seemed fake which 
the clerk replied she can check. Once the 
clerk confirmed it was fake Cassie 
apologized and gave her a $20 bill instead. 

The Clerk identified as Katelyn Schram 
stated to me she was not trying to pass bad 
money and that she was generally 
confused. I then had both individuals fill out 
a statement and upon nothing further I 
cleared and resumed patrol.


On 11/26/2018 At 1830hrs I Officer Rober 
logged the fake $50 bill into evidence.



Ptl J.Rober #511




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18011132
Traffic
E. Oregon Ave. / N. 12th St.


CITED: Devan Campbell , AGE:24
135 E. Florida Ave. Sebring, Oh

Loud Exhaust SCO 331.36
DUS          SCO 335.07



On 11/28/2018 at 2:51am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was at the 
intersection of E. 0hio Ave. and N. 12th St. 
when I observed a 2008 silver Chevrolet 2 
door sedan bearing Ohio registration 
HLF5876 drive south on N. 12th St. that 
had a loud crackling exhaust. I then 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
followed the vehicle when it turned onto E. 
Oregon Ave. and initiated a traffic stop on 
E. Oregon Ave. near N. 12th St.

I approached the driver and informed them 
of the reason for the stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received an Ohio 
non driving identification card and identified 
the driver as Devan Campbell. I ran 
Devan's ID number and dispatch advised 
me that Devan was suspended.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Devan a traffic citation for loud exhaust 
SCO 331.36 and driving under suspension 
SCO 335.07. Devan was given a court date 
of 12/06/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. Devan 
signed the citation and was provided with a 
copy.

The registered owner Roxanna 
Fotheringham arrived at the scene and took 
possession of the vehicle and her daughter 
gave Devan and his passengers a ride and 
I then cleared.




Ptl. Scott #506
11.28.2018




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SEBIUNG POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011130
Traffic
100th block S. 12th St



CITED: James McGeehen, Age 70
2436 S. Arch Ave, Alliance, 44601

Speeding (51/35)   sco 333:03




On 11/27/2018 at 1049 hours I, Ptl. 
Villanueva while in a marked police cruiser 
was stationary on S. 12th Street and E. 
Georgia when I noticed a gold in color 2014 
GMC SW traveling at a high rate of speed. I 
activated my cruisers mounted radar unit 
and observed a read out of 51mph while in 
a 35mph zone.

I waited for the vehicle to pass my cruiser 
so I could turn my cruiser around and 
initiate a traffic stop on S. 12th St. near E. 
Georgia.

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver, James McGreenen of the reason for 
the stop and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance. I then 
returned to my cruiser and wrote a traffic 
citation for speed SCO 333.03 and gave 
McGreenen a court date of 12/06/2018 at 
0900 hours and with no personal 
appearance required. Once McGreenen 
signed the citation he was provided with a 
copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
11/27/2018




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011116
Criminal
MCC#3 606 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring


ARRESTED: Christopher Wilke, Age 25
13993 W. Pine Lake Rd. Salem

Assault/M1    2902.13
Aggrevated Menacing/M1  2903.21
Aggrevated Trespass/M1  2911.21




On 11/26/18 I was dispatched to 236 
Alabama Ave for reports of Christopher P 
Wilke attempting to force entry into 
apartment #12. Due to the serious nature of 
the call I requested a Smith Township unit 
responds as well. 

Upon arrival Cara M Barbate rushed out to 
me and told me that Christopher P Wilke 
had just forced his way into her house and 
assaulted her and attacked his girlfriend 
Ashley Alberter who was staying there but 
was no longer there. 

Christopher P Wilke was already gone upon 
my arrival so I request the Smith Township 
unit Ptl. Caughey break off and check 
Christopher's known dwelling 1045 S 12th 
St. , . I then began to speak with Cara and 
her daughter April Payne about what had 
happened, Cara advised that she was 
sitting in her living room when she heard 
repeated pounding on her door. She asked 
who it was and a male identified as Chance 
Bitler identified himself and she opened the 
door. At this point Chris P Wilke who was 
behind Chance pushed through Chance 
and shoved Cara out of the way.  

He then entered the apartment grabbed 
Cara by the neck and shoved her against a 
wall stating "I will seriously kill you". He then 
went upstairs and Cara heard Ashley 
Albeter scream and say "stop". Cara said 
Chris then came downstairs and threatened 
to kill her once again. 

She said Chris then ran toward the direction 
of 1045 S 12th St. Cara advised she did 
want charges and showed me a mark on 
her neck that was already beginning to 
bruise.


Cara also mentioned Chance Bitler did not 
harm her in any way and checked on her 
saying he didn't know Chris was going to do 
this. Cara advised she had no problems 
with Chance. 

I called for Sebring FD to have Cara 
checked out and as the squad was on their 
way I had Cara do a written statement. April 
Payne also advised the same story and 
said she was witness to her mother's attack. 
April also provided a written statement. 
Other individuals were present during this 
including Michael Cutlip however they 
declined to do written statements. 

Sebring FD arrived and checked Cara who 
declined to go to the hospital at that time. 
Cara did however call again later this same 
night and request and ambulance for the 
pain and was transported to ACH. 

While Cara was filling out a statement Ptl. 
Caughey advised Christopher P Wilke was 
not at 1045 S 12th St. With statements 
obtained I cleared however just before 
leaving Cara and April added that Chris was 
holding a knife while this all occurred.


Once I returned to station I was able to 
make contact with Christopher P Wilke who 
was via phone. Chris was extremely Irate 
refused to give his location and said when 
officer come to arrested him it will be 
"hands on" because he sick of being "100" 
with us and getting arrested. At this point 
my concern was finding Ashley Alberter 
who was allegedly with Chris to ensure her 
safety. 

Multiple phone numbers were called and 
the residence of Chance Bitler's father at 
485 W Oregon and 206 W Oregon were 
checked. Chance was found with Katie 
Hawk at 206 E Oregon and was unable to 
give any useful information other than 
stating he did not believed Ashley was with 
Chris. Ashley was finally found at 836 S 
13th St. Apt #18 and was found to be alive 
and well with no visible signs of abuse.

Ashley stated she did not know where Chris 
was that he had not harmed her in any way. 
Ashley signed a DV refusal and stated that 
officer should check 13993 W Pine Lake Rd 
which was Christopher's dad's house and I 
cleared. 

I requested Goshen Officer ga this address 
and check for Chris however when they 
arrived he was found to not be there.

Christopher did however contact dispatch 
and request specifically to speak to a Smith 
Township Officer Ptl. Caughey. Ptl. 
Caughey contacted Chris who advised he 
would be coming to Sebring Police 
STORIES 20 speak with officers. However 
he never showed. 

State complaints were done and warrants 
were requested on Christopher P Wilke for 
the following charges:

M-1 Aggravated Menacing 2903.51
M-1 Assault 2903.73
M-1 Aggravated Trespass.

Until Christopher comes and speaks with 
officer or is picked up on these charges this 
case will be pending.



Ptl. Brindack 507
11/26/18



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On 11/27/18 I spoke with Chief Harris who 
advised me he spoke with our prosecutor 
and she advised my three charges were 
approved. All necessary paperwork will be 
sent to MCC#3 so they can issue warrants.


Ptl. Brindack 507
11/27/18




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On 11/29/2018 I responded to MCC#3 to 
pick up Christopher Wilke on warrants for 
Assault 2903.13, Aggravated Trespass 
2911.211, and Aggravated Menacing 
2903.21. 

I transported Christopher to the police 
station where he was fingerprinted and 
photographed. I then transported 
Christopher back to MCC#3 for 
arraignment. I then cleared.



Det. Kelm #505
11/29/2018



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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18011131 
TRAFFIC 
912 South Arch Ave, Alliance, Oh



CITED: Richard Weekley , Age 59
912 South Arch Ave, Alliance, Oh 

Starting and Backing Vehicles   SCO 
331.13



On Tuesday, November 27,2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda was dispatched to the 500 
block of W California Ave reference a report 
of a hit skip.

Upon my arrival, I made contact with the 
complainant, Kylie Lanave, who informed 
me her vehicle had been struck by a 
motorist who fled the scene. Lanave stated 
she parked her 2015 Kia Rio, bearing Ohio 
registration HLD2133, on the north side of 
the roadway in front of 535 W California 
Ave. The resident at that address stated a 
gentleman she identified as Richard 
Weekley, departed from the residence and 
backed into Lanave's vehicle. Lanave 
stated she heard a loud crunching noise 
and when she went to investigate, Weekley 
fled the scene in a "burgundy and beige" 
(sic) truck. Lanave stated she and the 
resident attempted to call Weekley several 
times to get him to come back to the 
residence but were unsuccessful. 

Photographs were taken of Lanave's 
vehicle and she was advised a report would 
be generated and that attempts would be 
made to contact and locate Weekley.

With the limited information received from 
Lanave, dispatch was able to verify through 
LEADS that a red and tan Chevrolet truck 
was in fact registered to Weekley and that 
he was a resident in the city of Alliance. 
Dispatch made contact with the Alliance 
Police Department and requested an officer 
check Weekley's residence for the truck and 
corresponding damage. At the time of this 
report, we have received no update from 
Alliance dispatch reference our request to 
check the residence.

Patrolman Scott phoned Weekley's number 
provided to us by Lanave and the resident 
but was unable to make contact.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.27:2018



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On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, I was 
able to make contact with Richard Weekley 
regarding the accident he was involved in 
the previous evening.  Weekley stated to 
me over the phone he was unaware he had 
struck a vehicle parked on the edge of the 
roadway but did make contact with the 
resident at 535 W California Ave and 
provided his insurance information to her. I 
asked Weekley if he was able to come to 
the station in order to serve him with citation 
#031427 for SCO 331 .13 Starting and 
Backing Vehicles. Weekley informed me he 
had no working transportation at this time 
but was able to provide me with his 
insurance information over the phone. 

I then made contact with the resident at the 
aforementioned address and she verified 
Weekley did make contact with her and 
provided his insurance information to her to 
be relayed to Kylie Lanave.

Weekely was served with citation #031427 
at his residence on South Arch Avenue in 
Alliance at 2303 and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.28.2018




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011149
TRAFFIC
N. Johnson Rd. at W. Oregon Ave., 
Sebring, Oh 


CITED: Eric Minich , Age 45
1005 Lake Park Blvd. Lot 57, Sebring, OH 

Safety Belt - Failure to Wear - Driver  SCO 
337.27



On Thursday, November 29, 20?18,1, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #304 on 
W Ohio Ave at N Johnson St. I observed a 
maroon van approach the intersection from 
the east and turn south onto N Johnson St 
without stopping at posted stop sign and 
functioning flashing red traffic light. I pulled 
out from my location and initiated a traffic 
stop by activating my overhead emergency 
lights. 

The vehicle, a maroon Dodge van bearing 
Ohio registration EHN3052, came to a 
complete stop on N Johnson St at W .
Oregon Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Eric Minich, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
I requested Minich to provide his driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance. Minich provided all of. the 
aforementioned documentation. 

While speaking to Minich, I observed he 
was not wearing his seatbelt and asked him 
if he had it on prior to being stopped. Minich 
admitted he was not wearing his seatbelt 
before he was stopped. Minich was given a 
verbal warning for SCO 313.01 Traffic 
Control - Devices and issued traffic citation 
#013428 for Village Ordinance 337.27 
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear - Driver. 

Minich was advised of his appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, December 13,2018 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.29.2018




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Sebring Police STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18011151
Warrant
Oak Ridge Motel



ARRESTED: Hunter Prendergast, Age 21
3331 Lake St. Beloit, OH 44609

Warrant: Agg. Menacing (Columbiana 
County)



I Ptl. Scott was on patrol when I observed 
an individual that I knew was Hunter 
Prendergast exit a vehicle at the Oak Ridge 
Motel and I then ran him through dispatch 
requesting his driving status.

Dispatch advised me that Hunter was 
suspended and had an active warrant out of 
Coiumbiana County.

I then advised dispatch that I would be out 
with Hunter at the Oak Ridge Motel and 
asked for dispatch to confirm the warrant 
and ask if Columbiana County wanted 
Hunter. I was advised that Columbiana 
County wanted Hunter and would meet me 
at Copes across the street. I then placed 
Hunter into custody and placed Hunter in 
hand restraints. I then placed Hunter in the 
rear of marked unit 302 and transported 
Hunter across the street to copes.

A Columbiana County deputy arrived and 
took Hunter into custody on their warrant 
and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
11/30/2018





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PUBLISHED 9:20AM DECEMBER 2, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Saturday, December 01, 2018
04:52 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011075
Traffic
S. Johnson Rd. / Perkins



CITED: Dylan Mick
23225 Georgetown Rd. Homeworth, OH 
44634

Speed 46/35                   ORC 4511.21
OVI (SFST)                    ORC 4511.19A1a
Possession of Marijuana  ORC  
2925.11C3A
Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia  ORC 
2925.141C



On 11/17/2013 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of the driver 
for OVI.

Ptl. Scott #506
11/17/2018



On 11/17/2018 I Ptl. Scott was traveling 
north on S. Johnson Rd. in a marked police 
cruiser when I noticed a vehicle traveling 
south on the same road that appeared to be 
traveling at a high rate of speed higher than 
the posted 35 mph zone. I then activated 
my cruisers foward mounted radar unit and 
observed a digital reading of 46 mph while 
in a 35 mph zone. The vehicle then passed 
me and I then perform a U-Turn and 
activated my emergency overhead lights 
and initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson 
Rd. by the Perkins restabJrant.

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle which was a blue 2011 Honda 4 
door bearing Ohio registration GSQ8334. I 
approached the driver which was later 
identified as Dylan Mick and informed Dylan 
of the reason for the stop and requested his 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance which I received, the proof of 
insurance was also expired. 

I could smell an ador of marijuana coming 
from the vehicle and asked Dylan if he had 
smoked any marijuana while inside the 
vehicle in which Dyian replied "not in the 
car"(sic). I then asked Dylan if he smoked 
prior to driving in which Dylan stated " yes 
about 40 minutes ago"(sic).

I then notified dispatch of a possible .19 and 
ordered Dylan out of the vehicle and I also 
shut my front overhead lights off as well. 
Ptl. Marchionda then arrived and witnessed 
the field tests. I then asked Dylan if he 
would perform field sobriety testing in which 
Dylan stated that he would. I asked Dylan if 
he had any medical conditions, injuries, or 
physical conditions that would inhibit him 
from taking the tests in which Dylan stated 
that he did not.

I then had Dylan stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and his feet together while 
I checked his eyes for equal pupil size, 
equal tracking, and resting nystagmus. Both 
of Dylan's pupils were of equal size, both of 
Dytan's eyes tracked equally, and Dylan did 
not have a resting nystagrnus.

I then began to explain the instructions for 
the first test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus and once I finished the 
instructions I asked Dylan if he understood 
in which Dylan stated that he did 
understand. Once the test began I  
observed the following clues: lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, and onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes. 

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
instructed Dylan to stand straight up with 
his right foot in front of his left foot while I 
explained the instructions and once finished 
explaining the instructions I asked Dylan if 
he understood in which Dylan stated that he 
did understand. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: stopped while 
walking, did not touch heel to toe, stepped 
off of line, and improper turn.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Dylan to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and his feet together 
while I explained the instructions and once 
the instructions were explained I asked 
Dylan if he understood in which Dylan 
stated that he did understand. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, put foot down. Dylan started with 
his Fight foot and put his foot down and 
then continued with his left foot. 

I then perform the lack of convergence 
observation and had Dylan sit on the 
bumper of my patrol car and once the lack 
of convergence was perform I noticed lack 
of convergence in Dylan's right eye. I also 
had Dylan perform the modified romberg 
and had Dylan stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and his feet together and 
instructed Dylan to tilt his head back and 
close his eyes and estimate the passing of 
30 seconds in his head and when finished 
to put his head down and say stop. While 
Dylan was performing this he had large 
amounts of body tremors. Dylan estimated 
the passing of 30 seconds in approximately 
28 seconds. The lack of convergence and 
the modified romberg were not clues but 
instead observations.

Due to the test results and my experience I 
placed Dylan under arrest for suspicion of 
OVI. I then placed Dylan in hand restraints 
which were gapped and double locked and 
read Dylan his rights and placed Dylan in 
the rear of my patrol car.

Upon performing the administative 
inventory of the vehicle I opened the center 
console and observed a gray container 
which had had a bag of marijuana, a grinder 
and a wooden box with a metal cigarette 
with an odor of marijuana inside of it. The 
container and all of its contents were 
confiscated. 

The vehicle was towed to Springer's Towing 
10 N. 12th St.


I then transported Dylan to the police 
department while Ptl. Marchionda stood by 
for the tow of the vehicle. Upon returning to 
the police department I read Dylan the 
BMV2255 form which was witnessed by 
D.O. Wheeler. Dylan signed the form and 
consented to chemical testing and gave a 
urine sample collected by Ptl. Marchionda 
which was properly bagged and sealed and 
placed into the refrigerator to be sent to the 
crime lab for testing.

Dylan was given a tiafflc citation for speed 
46135 ORC 4511.21, OVI (SFST)O RC 
4511.19A1a which Dylan signed and was 
given a copy of. Dylan was issued two 
minor misdemeanor citations for possession 
of marijuana ORC2925.11C3A and 
Marijuana drug paraphernalia ORC 
2925.141C in which Dylan signed and was 
given a copy of. All citations had Dylan's 
court date on them which is for Mahoning 
County Court #3 on 11/21/2018 at 1:00pm 
with a personal appearance required.

Dylan was given a recognizance bond in 
the amount of $500 for the OVI which he 
signed and was given a copy of but Dylan 
did not take his copy with him. Dylan was 
also given an copy of the BMV2255 form.

Dylan was also processed, fingerprinted, 
and photographed and once the process 
was finished he was released to a sober 
and valid adult.


The marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia 
was photographed tagged and placed into 
the evidence room by me with Ptl. 
Marchionda as my witness. 


Ptl. Scott #506
11/17/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011096 
Traffic
W. Ohio Ave. / N. 19th St.



CITED:  Chester Jones
465 W. Columbia St, Alliance, OH

Left of Center    ORC 4511.29
OVI (SFST)        ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(a)   
$500.00




On 11/22/2018 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop that lead to the arrest of the driver for 
OVI.


Ptl. Scott #506



On 11/22/2018 I Ptl. Scott while patrolling in 
a marked Sebring police cruiser was 
traveling east on E. Ohio Ave. when I 
observed a vehicle traveling west on the 
same road come up to the intersection of 
Ohio Ave. and N. 15th St. and delayed in 
applying the brakes and come to a sudden 
stop. I then pulled into the parking of 
Gininos pizza and pulled back out onto E. 
Ohio Ave. and got behind the vehicle which 
was still stationary at the intersection which 
had flashing red lights and the vehicle 
stayed in this position for a extended 
amount of time and then proceeded to 
travel west on W. Ohio Ave. I then followed 
the vehicle and observed the vehicle go left 
of center on W. Ohio Ave. near N. 19th St. 
the vehicle was a 2011 silver Buick 4 door 
bearing Ohio registration (EEZ5990).


I then initiated a traffic stop on W. Ohio Ave. 
near N. 19th St. with the above mentioned 
vehicle. I exited my patrol car and 
approached the vehicle from the driver side 
and informed the driver of the reason I 
stopped their vehicle. I could instantly smell 
a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from the vehicle. 

I requested the driver Ohio driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received all except the registration and 
was able to identify the driver as Chester 
Clavon Jones who is also the registered 
owner. I asked Chester if he had consumed 
any alcoholic beverages prior to driving in 
which he stated one beer while at a friends 
house and then changed the amount to two 
and stated that he was coming from the 
Brickhouse bar in Sebring and going home 
to Alliance and then asked if I could just let 
him go and then stated that he was going to 
his brother in
laws house in Sebring.


I then told Chester to turn the vehicle off 
and exit in which Chester complied and 
once Chester exited his vehicle and came 
to the rear of his vehicle I could smell a 
strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from his person. I turned my front 
over head emergency lights off and I then 
asked Chester if he would consent to field 
sobriety tests in which Chester stated that 
he would and constantly stated that he was 
not drunk but just mad at his wife and 
stated that he left her at the bar.

I then had Chester stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and his feet together while 
I checked Chester's eyes for a resting 
nystagmus, equal pupil size, and equal 
tracking. Chester did not have a resting 
nystagmus, both of Chester's pupils were of 
equal size, and both of Chester's eyes 
tracked equally. I then asked Chester if he 
had any medical, physical, or any other 
conditions that would inhibit him from taking 
field sobriety tests in which Chester stated 
that all he had was asthma. I also asked 
Chester if he wore prescription glasses or 
contacts in which Chester stated that he did 
not.

I then told Chester to remain in this position 
while I explained the instructions for the first 
test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus. Once I explained the 
instructions I asked Chester if he 
understood them in which Chester stated 
that he did understand. Once the test began 
I obsetved the following dues: lack of 
smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, and onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes.


The next test was the walk and turn and I 
instructed Chester to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and his right foot in 
front of his left foot and to stay in that 
position until I instructed him to begin.

At times Chester would get out of the 
position I instructed him to stay in and also 
had to be told to by remove his hands from 
his pockets multiple times even while 
performing the test. Once the instructions 
were explained I asked Chester if he 
understood in which Chester stated that he 
did understand. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: did not touch 
heel to toe, stepped off of line, used arms to 
balance, and improper turn.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Chester to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and his feet together 
while I began the instructions and once the 
instructions were explained I asked Chester 
if he understood them in which Chester 
stated that he did understand them. Once 
the test began I observed the following 
clues: Swayed while balancing, used arms 
to balance, put foot down three times which 
ended the test. 

Ptl. Marchionda stated to Chester that while 
he was on scene he could smell an Odor of 
an alcoholic beverage on Chester's person.


Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Chester under arrest 
for suspicion of OVI and placed Chester in 
hand restraints and gaped and double 
locked the restraints and placed Chester in 
the rear of my patrol car and read Chester 
his rights. Chester constantly stated that he 
was not intoxicated but agitated and asked 
for me to let him go and was argumentative 
the entire time. 

Ptl. Marchionda stood by for the vehicle to 
be towed by Springer's Towing, Chester's 
vehicle was towed to 10 N. 12th St. I 
transported Chester to the police station. 

Upon my arrival Chester was walked to the 
squad room and I removed the hand 
restraints from Chester and read Chester 
the BMV2255 form which was witnessed by 
D.O. wheeler.  Chester refused to sit down 
and argued with me the entire time he was 
being processed about me having no 
probable cause for stopping him and stated 
that I singled him out but did not tell me 
what he meant by that and continuously 
asked if the traffic stop was recorded. 

Chester was processed, fingerprinted, and 
photographed. Ptl. Marchionda confiscated 
a small bottle of Hennessy with small 
amounts of liquid inside Chester's vehicle 
and brought it back to the police 
department. The bottle was photographed 
tagged and placed into evidence by me with 
Ptl. Marchionda witnessing it. D.0. Wheeler 
came to the squad room to give me the 
case file and later stated that while she was 
in the squad room with Chester and I she 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from Chester's person.

Chester signed the BMV2255 form and 
refused to chemical testing. Chester was 
giving a traffic citation for OVI (SFST) 
4511.19 (A)(1)(a) and Left of center ORC 
4511.29 which Chester signed. Chester was 
also given a recognizance bond of $500 for 
the OVI offense in which Chester signed.

Chester was advised of his court date of 
11/29/2018 at 9:00am for the Mahoning 
County Court #3 with a personal 
appearance required.

Once the processing was finished Chester 
was walked to the lobby by me where his 
wife and Brian Anderson were waiting. 
Brian told D.O. Wheeler that Michael 
Dreger was coming to pick up Chester.

While waiting for Michael to come to the 
police department Chester continuously 
fought with his wife verbally and had to be 
told to calm down multiple times and was 
eventually picked up by Michael.

Chester received copies of the BMV2255 
form, his citation, and his recognizance 
bond and was advised that he is now under 
administrative license suspension and 
Chester's license was confiscated and since 
Chester holds a commercial driver's license 
he was read the advice for the CDL and 
explained that the consequences for apply 
to his CDL as well.



Ptl. Scott #506
11/22/2018



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On Thursday, November 22, 2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, provided assistance 
to Patrolman Scott who was on a traffic stop 
on W Ohio Ave at N 19th St. Upon my 
arrival, Patrolman Scott was beginning 
standardized field sobriety tests with the 
driver, identified as Chester Jones. While I 
did not witness the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus portion of the field sobriety tests, 
I did observe walk and turn as well as one 
leg stand.

At one point during the instructional stage to 
walk and turn, Jones was not standing as 
instructed with his right foot in front of his 
left and placed his hands in his pockets 
several times. Jones attempted to perform 
walk and turn with his hands in his pockets 
and was told to remove them and place 
them back at his sides. During walk and 
turn, Jones did not execute the turn as 
instructed and demonstrated by Patrolman 
Scott and stepped off line several times.

During one leg stand, Jones lost his 
balance and placed his right foot down. 
After doing this Jones attempted to reason 
with us and say he was frustrated. Jones 
continued one leg stand and placed his 
right foot down two more times for a total of 
three. Jones attempted to talk his way out 
of being placed under arrest by Patrolman 
Scott for suspicion of OVI. During 
standardized field sobriety testing, I was 
standing approximately 4-5 feet away from 
Jones and could smell a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from his person, 
even at times where his back was to me. 
Jones stated several times he worked for 
the City of Alliance and that he did not do 
anything wrong.

After Patrolman Scott placed jones into 
custody, informed him of his Miranda Rights 
and transported him back to the station for 
processing, I remained on scene for 
Springers. During the course of the 
administrative inventory, I located a small 
bottle of Hennessey cognac in the driver 
door pocket. The bottle still contained a 
small amount of liquid in it. 

Following Springers arrival on scene to tow 
the vehicle, dispatch adviskd me I was to 
respond to the station right away.

Following my arrival on station, I found 
Jones standing in the squad room with his 
hands in his pockets and he appeared to be 
extremely angry and frustrated, Being in an 
enclosed space with Jones, I could now 
smell a more concentrated and strong odor 
of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
Jones. Jones refused to sit down but did 
provide some cooperation during 
processing. Several times during 
processing Jones made attempts to infer he 
was pulled over and arrested for another 
reason and believed probable cause did not 
exist for his arrest.

After Patrolman Scott provided Jones with 
signed copies of the BMV 2255, traffic 
citation and recognizance of the accused, 
Jones was released from police custody 
into the custody of his wife who was sitting 
in the police department lobby. While 
waiting for another party to pick Jones up 
from the station, Jones proceeded to act 
irate and disorderly in the department lobby 
and argued with his wife. At one point, 
Dispatcher Wheeler had to interfere and 
respectfully ask Jones to stop yelling and 
mistreating his wife in the lobby. 

Jones subsequently left the station following 
the arrival of his ride.

The small bottle of Hennessey cognac was 
later photographed by myself then logged 
and secured into evidence by patrolman 
Scott.


REPORTlMG OFFICER: Domenice 
Marchionda Badge: 508   DATE: 11/22/2018 
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www.westernreservenews.com   

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
12:10 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CASE # 18011100
TRAFFIC
100 Blk of E. Indiana Ave.



CITED: Shawn Carver
376 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 

Expired Plates   SCO 335.10


On 11/23/2018 at 2:38am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was stationary by 
the Masonic Lodge when I noticed a 2011 
white dodge 4 door bearing temporary 
registration (3970405) leave Circle K that I 
had previous knowledge of the regisIration 
being expired. The vehicle traveled north on 
N. 14th and turned east on E. Maryland. 

I got behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop in the 100 block of E. Maryland with 
the above-mentioned vehicle. The vehicle 
came back to Shawn Carver and the 
temporary tag expired on the first of 
November of 2018.

I exited my cruiser and informed the driver 
of the violation that they were stopped for 
and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received all except the registration and 
identified the driver as Shawn Carver.

I then returned to my cr.uiser and wrote 
Shawn a traffic citation for expired plates 
SCO 335.10 and cited Shawn into MCC #3 
with a court date of 11/29/2018 at 9:00am 
with a personal appearance not required. 
Shawn also gave me consent to search his 
vellicle while Ptl. Marchionda stood with him 
and his passenger. No contraband was 
found.

Shawn signed his citation and received a 
copy and officers then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
11/23/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011103 
TRAFFIC
W Ohio Ave/N 17th St, Sebring, Ohio 



CITED: Jeffrey Konkle 
724 Lakepark Blvd., Sebring, Ohio

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear - Driver  SCO 
337.27



On Friday, November 23,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on W Ohio 
Ave near N 17th St in marked unit #302. I 
observed a brown truck travelling west 
without its headlights illuminated. As the 
truck passed me in front of Dean's Funeral 
Home, I activated my overhead emergency 
lights, turned around and initiated a traffic 
stop. The truck, a Ford bearing Ohio 
registration GZN2618 came to a complete 
stop on W Ohio Ave just west of N 17th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jeffrey Konkle, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. While speaking to Konkle, I 
observed he and his passenger, identified 
as Holly Huston, were not wearing their 
seatbelts, I asked both Konkle and Huston if 
they had been wearing them prior to being 
stopped and they both admitted they were 
not. Konkle provided me with his driver's 
license and vehicle registration upon 
request and Huston provided her 
information to me verbally.

Konkle was issued traffic citation #031350 
for Village Ordinance 337.27 Safety Belt: 
Failure to Wear - Driver and given a verbal 
warning for Headlights Required. Huston 
was given a verbal warning for not wearing 
her safety belt. Konkle was informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, December 
6,2018 at 0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.24.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011102
TRAFFIC
W Ohio Ave near N 15th St, Sebring, Ohio 


CITED: Zachary Mucklo , Age 23
11271 Island Creek Dr, Beloit, OH 

Obedience to Traffic Control Device   SCO 
313.01




On Friday, November 23,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on N 15'St 
at W Ohio Ave. I observed a brown 4-door 
sedan proceed west past the marked white 
line and come to a complete stop in the 
intersection, nearly colliding with a vehicle 
travelling south. The traffic light was 
functioning properly and flashing red at the 
time. I pulled out from my location and 
activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic stop. 

The vehicle, a brown 4-door Kia bearing 
Ohio registration HAT8247, came to a 
complete stop in the 100 block of W Ohio 
Ave.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Zachary Mucklo, I informed 
him of the reason for the stop. I requested 
Mucklo to provide his driver's license, 
vehicle registration and proof of insurance. 
Mucklo provided all of the aforementioned 
documentation. Mucklo was issued traffic 
citation #031349 for Village Ordinance 
313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control Device 
and advised of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
December 6,2018 at 0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.24.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011105
Traffic
S. 12th/ Alabama St. Sebring, Oh



CITED: Miguel Tyson 
86 Omar St. Struthers, Ohio 44471

Driving Under Suspension  SCO 335.07


Upon arrival, Patrolman Peterman, and 
Patrolman Scott spoke to the clerk that 
witnessed the action, and she stated he 
already left in a gray pickup truck with a 
refrigerator in the back of the truck heading 
south on 12th street. We immediately 
traveled to 12th street, noticing a gray truck 
matching the description and went slightly 
left of center, and we initiated our overhead 
emergency lights and the truck pulled over 
near Alabama Ave.

When I approached the vehicle, Ptl. Scott 
spoke to the driver, Miguel A. Tyson, who 
stated he did not urinate on the side of the 
building, Naomi, the manager of Circle K 
was notified of the individual, and she 
verified he was the individual that urinated 
on the building but did not want to pursue 
charges, and also states he is not allowed 
back at that Circle K.

I spoke to the passenger, and she stated 
nothing happened, and I asked for her 
license, in which she complied with the 
request. 

Miguel was found to be under suspension, 
and his license had been expired as of 
11/12/2018. I and Ptl. Scott noticed a slight 
odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the 
vehicle, in which he admitted he had a Jack 
and Coke. Ptl. Scott determined the 
passenger, Olivia K. Sowers was sober to 
drive, and I determined her license was 
valid, so she could drive the vehicle. 

Miguel was cited for driving under 
suspension 335.07 and given a mandatory 
court date OF November 30, 2018 as he did 
not have proof of insurance. Miguel was 
also given a warning for going left of center. 
I then cleared both units.


Ptl. Peterman #512
11/24/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011109 
Traffic
S. 12th St.



CITED: Michael Lewis 
4010 W. Vasconia, Tampa
Speeding  48/35mph   SCO-333.03



On 11/24/2018 at 1553 hours I, Ptl. 
Villanueva while in a marked police cruiser 
was stationary on S. 12th Street and E. 
Georgia when I noticed a tan 2017 Ford 
truck traveling at a high rate of speed. I 
activated my cruisers mounted radar unit 
and observed a read out of 48mph while in 
a 35mph zone.

The vehicle passed my cruiser and I then 
turned my cruiser around and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. 12th St. near E. Georgia. 
The vehicle was a 2017 Ford truck bearing 
Florida plates.

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver, Michael Vernon Lewis of the reason 
for the stop and requested his driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance. 
I then returned to my cruiser and wrote a 
traffic citation for speed SCO 333.03 and 
gave Lewis a court date of 12/06/2018 at 
0900 hours and with no personal 
appearance required. Once Lewis signed 
the citation he was provided with a copy 
and I then cleared.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
11/24/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011092
Traffic
100 Block S 12th st



CITED:  Courtney Nagy
304 Hart Ave, Minerva

Speed (48/35)  333.03



On Wednesday 11/21/18 while conducting 
traffic enforcement on S. 12th St. I 
observed a silver in color Chevy traveling 
north at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit which 
confirmed the vehicle speed to be 48mph in 
a clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated 
my emergency lights and initiated a traffic 
stop in the 100 block of S. 12th St. and 
made contact with the driver identified as 
Courtney Nagy, 304 Hart Ave. Minerva. 

I advised Courtney the reason for the stop 
and requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance which she provided. I 
then wrote Courtney a citation for violation 
of SCO 333.03/Speed and advised her of 
her non mandatory court appearance on 
11/29/2018 at 0900hrs. 

I then cleared without further incident.




Ptl. Villanueva 513




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011093
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St.


CITED:  Chavon Yader, Age 38
11985 Sheldon Rd, Mantua

Speeding (50/35)   333.03



On Wednesday 11/21/18 while conducting 
traffic enforcement on S. 12th St. I 
observed a white in color Ford traveling 
north at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit which 
confirmed the vehicle speed to be 50mph in 
a clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated 
my emergency lights and initiated a traffic 
stop in the 100 block of S. 12th St. and 
made contact with the driver identified as 
Chavon Yoder, 11985 Sheldon Rd, Mantua. 

I advised Chavon the reason for the stop 
and requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance which she provided. I 
then wrote Chavon a citation for violation of 
SCO 333.03/Speed and advised her of her 
non mandatory court appearance on 
11/29/2018 at 0900hrs. I then cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. Villanueva #513
11/21/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.; 18011083
Traffic
S. 12 St. near 1316 S 12th St.




CITED: Dennis Mellosh, Age 64
306 E Michigan Ave

OVI-General 4511.19A1A

OVI-breath less then .08-.17 4511.19A1D

Failure to Chntrol 4511.20




On 11/19/2018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to the area of S 12th St near 
Alabama for a vehicle in the ditch. 

Upon arrival I noticed a Sliver Chevy Impala 
in the ditch in front of 1316 S 12th St. I 
made contact with the driver and identified 
him as Dennis P Mellish from Sebring. I 
asked Dennis what happened which he 
replied the road was slippery and he must 
have just driven off. 

I checked the roadway and didn't appear to 
be slippery or any ice on the roadway. I 
asked Dennis for his ID card at which I 
noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming off 
his person. I asked Dennis If he had 
anything to drink which admitted to drinking. 
I asked Dennis to step out of the vehicle 
which he replied to me that's ok I will stay in 
the vehicle. Then I stated to Dennis he has 
to step out because the tow truck is on the 
way and the vehicle is on its side at which 
he still stated no. 

I told Dennis that it's a danger for him to 
stay in the vehicle with the vehicle on its 
side like this. I then extended my hand and 
assisted Dennis out of the vehicle.

Once Dennis was out of the vehicle he 
could not keep his balanced even with both 
his feet are on the ground. I asked Dennis if 
he would submit to Field Sobriety testing 
which he replied no because he has bad 
legs. I told Dennis if he would even do one 
test which doesn't require him to walk or 
use his legs. He then said yes and as I 
began to explain the test to him at which he 
wasn't paying attention and could not 
perform the test.

Due to my indications I placed Dennis 
under arrest for OVI. I then transported 
Dennis to the Sebring Police Department 
for processing. Once at the station I read 
Dennis the BMV 2255 form and asked if he 
will submit for a breath sample. Dennis then 
agreed to the sample. After the 20 minute 
observation period Sgt Eberling #503 gave 
the him the test through the intoxilyser 
8000. He then gave his first breath sample 
of .121 and once he was done due to him 
having asthma he had to take his medicine. 
He then gave a second sample of .127 
which both results of .121. 

He was then issued a citation for OVI-
General (4511.19A1A) OVI-Breath 
(4511.19A1D) and Failure to control 
(4511.202) for the crash. 

He was given a court date of 11/21/2018 At 
1pm at MCC#3. He was issued a summons 
and released to Don Stratton. Upon nothing 
further I cleared.





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City of Sebring 
Private Property Accident
Report No. : 18011079 Date of Crash 
11/17/2018
Location of Crash 1100 North Johnson 
Road, Sebring 


Unit #1
Owner: Lyndel L Beverly 
Address 39640 Miller Road, Leetonia Ohio 
2010 Make Chrysler Model SW - Color -
Black 
Minor front passenger side



Unit #2
Driver: Shawn Keith Carver Age 33
Address 376 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring 
Ohio 
Owner: Danielle E Reggi Address 376 East 
Ohio Avenue , Sebring Ohio
2008 Make Saturn Model SW Color Silver 
Damage unknown, Gone on arrival.



Unit 2 backed into unoccupied unit 1.



Reporting Officer, Det. Redfern #504





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011076
CRIMINAL
22780 Alden Avenue, Alliance Ohio



ARRESTED:  Toni Pelamati, Age 50
22780 Alden Avenue, Alliance Ohio

Aggravated Assault F4 2903.12 / Bond 
$4,000.00

Attempted Aggravated Assault F5  2923.02  
/ Bond $2,500

Domestic Violence  M1   2919.25  / Bond 
$2,500




On Saturday, November 17,2018, 
Patrolmen Marchionda and Scott were 
dispatched to 317 N 15th St reference a 
report of a disturbance involving a knife.

Upon my and Ptl. Marchionda's arrival we 
entered the apartment building and 
observed a home made baton along with a 
large pair of scissors laying on the floor in 
front of apartment four. Ptl. Marchionda 
seized the weapons allegedly used in the 
disturbance and placed them in the trunk of 
his patrol car.

A female at the door of apartment four 
stated that she and her friend were attacked 
by a female named Toni Pelamati and that 
Toni fled the scene from the rear exit of the 
building. 

I then exited the building through the rear 
and attempted to search for Toni to no avail. 

The victims were identified as Harry 
Sarchione who was stabbed in his hands by 
the large pair of scissors. Harry was not 
present at the apartment on our arrival but 
returned a short time after. Harry was 
actively chasing Toni when officers initially 
arrived. Then the second victim, Marcie 
Herbert, intervened to help Harry but Toni 
allegedly attempted to stab Marcie and 
threatened to kill both Harry and Marcie and 
then was chased through the building all the 
way to W. Maryland Ave. and N. 17th St. by 
Harry to which Harry even went and 
showed us where she was hiding before he 
returned.


Officers searched the area for Toni at the 
location she was last scene and searched 
the immediate area. Toni was unable to be 
located and officers gathered statements 
and a domestic violence packet since Harry 
and Toni reside together in Smith Twp. 
Harry signed for the domestic charges and 
both Harry and Marcie wanted to pursue 
charges against Toni for the incident at the 
apartment.

Prosecutor Tolson was contacted and 
approved the following charges: Aggravated 
Assault ORC 2903.12 F-4, Domestic 
Violence ORC 2919.25A M-1, and 
Attempted Aggravated Assault ORC 
2923.02 F-5. The weapons were 
photographed and tagged and secured in 
the evidence room by me with Ptl. 
Marchionda as my witness.


I returned to the apartment and began to 
gather a written statement from Herbert 
who advised as she and Sarchione were 
struggling with Pelamati, Pelamati 
threatened to kill her as well as attempted 
to stab her with the scissors she used to 
injure Sarchione. While Herbert was writing 
her statement, Sarchione returned to the 
apartment and began to provide a written 
statement as well. 

Sarchione conveyed to me Pelamati was 
residing with him at his residence in Smith 
Township and after the two had a falling out, 
he came to Sebring to stay with Herbert for 
the evening. Sarchione stated and showed 
me while he was in Sebring, he received 
dozens of text messages from Pelamati. 
After learning that Sarchione and Pelamati 
were co-inhabitants, I retrieved a domestic 
violence packet, which Sarchione signed 
stating Pelamati knowingly caused physical 
harm to him. After obtaining written 
statements from Sarchione and Herbert, as 
well as the domestic violence packet, 
Patrolman Scott and I returned to the 
station.

The large stainless steel pair of scissors 
and large metal rod (homemade baton) 
were photographed, logged and secured 
into the evidence room. Pictures of 
Sarchione's injuries were taken on scene 
and uploaded to the corresponding case file 
on station. 

A call was placed to the prosecutor by 
Detective Redfern who authorized charges 
of ORC 2919.25 Domestic Violence, a
misdemeanor of the first degree, ORC 
2903.12 Aggravated Assault, a felony of the 
fourth degree and ORC 2923.02 Attempt to 
commit Aggravated Assault, a felony of the 
fifth degree.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.17.2018



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On 11/17/2018. I was contacted by Ptl. 
Scott and Ptl. Marchionda in reference to 
this case. After review I made contact with 
prosecutor Tolson who approved the 
following charges:

Aggravated Assault F4
Attempted Aggravated Assault F5
Domestic Violence M1

Warrants will be issued on Monday when 
MCC#3 opens.

Detective Redfern 504



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On 11/17/2018, I made contact with Harry 
Sarchione who advised that he thinks that 
Toni may be at his residence on Alden 
Avenue in Smith Twp. I requested Harry to 
sign a Consent to search of his residence to 
get Toni on her outstanding charges. Harry 
complied stating that she has meth in the 
house in its in the dresser drawer and also 
gave a consent search of the residence.

I requested Mutual Aid with Smith Twp. 
Police and together myself Det. Starr, and 
Ptl. Fraser went to the residence on Alden 
Avenue. Harry let us in the house and 
advised that she was upstairs. Units went 
up the stairs and took Toni into custody. 
Tony was placed in cuffs and taken out to 
the cruiser.

Returning to the bedroom that Harry stated 
that he shared with Toni. Trace amounts of 
a white powdery substance was obtained 
and logged as recovered. Units cleared. 
Toni was transported back to the station. 
Toni was processed and given a bond in the 
amount of $9,000.00. Toni was then 
transported to the Mahoning County Jail 
with a Arraignment date of 11/21/2018 at 
0900 at MCC#3.

During the transport to MCJ, unit stopped at 
Canfield PD to get Jail paperwork clerked, 
Transport was concluded without incident.


Detective Redfern 504


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PUBLISHED 12:00PM NOVEMBER 28, 
2018
www.westernreservenews.com  

Wednesday, November 21, 2018
10:19 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011055 
DATE: 11/12/2018 08:06:00



On 11/12/2018 I was dispatched to 800 S. 
15th St. for a private property accident. 

Upon arrival I made contact with Barbara 
Monter, 2040 Belleflower Dr. Alliance. 
Barbara advised she was trying to leave her 
parking'spot in her red in color 2015 Ford 
Taurus. Barbara then advised there were 
landscapers blowing leaves into piles and 
she tried to avoid the piles. Barbara then 
advised as she backed up she felt her 
vehicle hit something. 

Barbara advised she did not hear her 
backup warning due to the leaf blowers and 
she did not see anything behind her at first. 
Barbara advised she looked back and 
realized she struck the front quarter panel 
of a gray in color Honda hatchback.

I observed a large dent in the driver's side 
front quarter panel of the above mentioned 
gray Honda. I also observed scrapes and 
paint transfer on the Barbara's vehicle. 

I ran the registration of the gray Honda 
through dispatch which came back to David 
Parry, 90 Willow Bend Dr. Canfield. Barbara 
advised she knew David was the Chaplain 
at Copeland. 

Myself and Barbara went to the front desk 
to contact David. David came to the front 
desk and I advised what had happened and 
requested his drivers license, and insurance 
which he provided. I advised Barbara and 
David they could pick up this report on 
11/13/2018. I then cleared.



Det. Kelm #505
11/12/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
CASE # 18011061
TRAFFIC
Behind 206 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Shane Trainer
115 E Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH

D.U.S - Child Support   SCO335.07



On Tuesday, November 13,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was on patrol in the 
downtown area in marked unit #302. After 
turning east onto E Oregon Ave, I observed 
a white Ford SUV bearing Ohio registration 
HLD2431 in front of me. I performed a 
random registration check of the vehicle 
through dispatch and was informed the 
registered owner (Shane Trainer) license 
status was suspended. Immediately 
following the receipt of this information, I 
observed the SUV pull into the parking lot of 
the Brickhouse and simultaneously 
activated my overhead emergency lights. 

After pulling into the parking lot behind the 
Brickhouse, I exited my patrol car and 
observed a white male exiting the driver 
side vehicle.

Upon making contact with the male, I 
identified myself and requested his driver's 
license. The male stated he did not have his 
license on him and verbally identified 
himself as Shane Trainer and subsequently 
provided me with his date of birth, last four 
digits of his social security number and 
license number. After relaying the 
aforementioned information through 
dispatch, I was informed the male I had 
made contact with was Shane Trainer. I 
then advised Trainer of the reason for the 
stop. Trainer provided consent to allow me 
to search his vehicle which was performed 
while a Smith Township officer stood by 
after mutual aid was requested. The 
consensual search of the vehicle yielded no 
contraband or weapons.

Trainer was issued citation #031345 for 
Village Ordinance 335.07 D.U.S. - Child 
Support and advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, November 15,2018 at 
0900. The vehicle was subsequently 
released into the control of a licensed 
driver.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.13.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011062
Warrant Arrest
W Maryland Ave near N 16th St.


ARRESTED: Robinson Celeina 
336 N 16th St Sebring OH

Warrant (Capias Obstructing Justice) Stark 
County



On 11/13/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a bicycle going 
down W. Maryland Ave with no lights in the 
dark. As the bicycle passed me, I was able 
to see the female riding it and identified her 
as Celeina C. Robinson who has an 
entered warrant for her arrest out of Stark 
County. I got her stopped on W Maryland 
Ave near N 16th St and had dispatch 
confirm the warrant with Stark County 
Sheriffs Office. Dispatch advised the 
warrant was good and they would meet at 
Walmart in Alliance for the prisoner 
exchange. 

I placed Celeina under arrest for warrant 
#W18-2471 Capias Obstructing Justice out 
of Stark County Sheriffs Office. Celefna was 
then transported to Walmart in Alliance 
where custody was then transferred to a 
deputy from Stark County.



Sgt. Eberling #503

11/13/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
Case No.; 18011063
TRAFFIC (OVI)
600 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 
44672


CITED: Jacob Stryffeler
347 N 15th St, Sebring, OH 

OVI (SFST)  ORC 4511.19A1A
Obedience to Traffic Control Device ORC 
4511.12



On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 
Patrolman Marchionda performed a traffic 
stop in the 600 block of W Ohio Ave which 
resulted in the arrest of the driver for OVI.

While conducting traffic enforcement in 
marked unit #302 on W Ohio Ave at N 
Johnson Ave, I observed a four-door silver 
sedan approach the intersection from the 
south and negotiate a turn east onto W 
Ohio Ave without stopping at the posted 
stop sign. I pulled out from my location and 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
silver Chevrolet Malibu bearing Ohio 
registration GRD5047, came to a complete 
stop in the 600 block of W Ohio Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jacob Stryffeler, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. Before I could ask Stryffeler for his 
driver's license, he was acting very 
erratically and animated as he attempted to 
open his glove box to obtain his insurance, 
which I had not asked for. I instructed 
Stryffeler to stop what he was doing and to 
provide me with his driver's license which 
he did so. I then instructed Stryffeler to 
open the glove box And provide me with his 
insurance documentation.

While Stryffeler rifled through his glove box 
and retrieved several documents, he 
continued to act erratically by moving his 
body and his head around and side to side 
as he brought each document closely to his 
face. Stryffeler continued this course of 
action until he located insurance 
documentation dated 2016.

I asked Stryffeler given his behavior and 
erratic nature, if he had consumed any 
alcohol or controlled substances. Stryffeler 
informed me he did not ingest any drugs but 
that he had one beer several hours earlier. 
Stryffeler informed me he was acting the 
way he.was because he was nervous. I 
asked Stryffeler why he was nervous and 
he stated "because cops make me nervous" 
(Sic). I asked Stryffeler if there was 
anything in the vehicle which could possibly 
cause him to get in trouble and he stated 
there was not. I asked Stsyffeler if he had 
ever been arrested for any drug related 
crimes.

Stryffeler admitted to me he had been 
arrested in the past for "Molly" (sic). I 
instructed Stryffeler to remain in the vehicle 
until 1 returned.

I contacted dispatch and requested that an 
ARIDE certified officer be dispatched to my 
location. Dispatch advised Patrolman Scott 
would be en route to my location. Following 
Patrolman Scott's arrival on scene, I 
advised him of my observations. 

While I began to fill out the traffic citation, 
Patrolman Scott instructed Stryffeler to exit 
the vehicle to perform a series of 
standardized field sobriety tests. I exited my 
cruiser just as Patrolman Scott was 
wrapping up SFSTs and observed Stryffeler 
fail the one leg stand test. Following SFSTs, 
I stood by as Patrolman Scott performed a 
series of ARIDE exercises and 
observations.

Based on Patrolman Scott's training, prior 
experience with controlled substance 
related OVI's, he informed me he believed 
Stryffeler to be under the influence of an 
anesthetic. Having been on numerous 
traffic stops with Patrolman Scott in the past 
that led to the apprehension of other drivers 
for OVI under similar circumstances, I 
instructed Stryffeler to turn around and 
place his hands behind his back as he was 
under arrest for suspicion of operating a 
motor vehicle while intoxicated and placed 
him in handcuffs which were gapped and 
double locked. I advised Stryffeler of his 
Miranda Rights which he stated he 
understood and subsequently placed him in 
the back seat of marked unit #302. 

Following the administrative inventory of 
Stryffeler's vehicle, I transported Stryffeler 
to the Sebring Police Department while 
Patrolman Scott remained on scene to wait 
for Springers to atrive.

Following my arrival on station, I escorted 
Stryffeler into the squad room where I 
removed his handcuffs and advised him of 
his Miranda Rights a second time and 
asked if he was willing to waive his rights to 
provide a statement. Stryffeler refused to 
waive his Miranda Rights. I then read Ohio 
BMV 2255 to Stryffeler aloud and asked if 
he understood what had been read to him. 
After allowing Stryffeler to look over the 
BMV 2255 a second time, I asked Stryffeler 
if he was willing to submit to a chemical 
urine test. Stryffeler refused to submit to a 
chemical urine test at which point I informed 
him his Ohio driver's license was now 
seized and that he was under administrative 
license suspension. I instructed him from 
this point forward, he was prohibited from 
operating any motor vehicle until he could 
request driving privileges from the court.

Patrolman Scott arrived at the station to 
assist with processing and paperwork. 
Patrolman Scott photographed and 
fingerprinted Stryffeler while I finished 
preparing the BMV 2255 which was 
witnessed and clerked by Dispatcher 
Wheeler. Stryffeler signed the BMV 2255 to 
acknowledge it had been read to him, that 
he understood it and was provided a copy. 

Stryffeler was issued citation #031346 for 
ORC 4511.19A1A (SFST) OVI and ORC 
4511.12 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Device.

I informed Stryffeler of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County 
Court#3 on Thursday, November 15, 2018 
at 0900 and advised him to bring proof of 
insurance with him to court. Stryffeler then 
signed the citation and was provided a 
copy. Stryffeler signed a recognizance of 
the accused and was provided his copy. 

Patrolman Scott provided Stryffeler a 
courtesy transport to his residence in 
Sebring and departed from the station with 
signed copies of the BMV 2255, traffic 
citation and recognizance of the accused.


PTL. Marchionda #508 



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On 11/14/2018 around 1:24am I Ptl. Scott 
was requested to by Ptl. Marchionda to 
assist him with a possible OVI. Upon arrival 
I spoke to Ptl. Marchionda about the subject 
he had pulled over identified as Jacob 
Stryffeler. Ptl. Marchionda stated that he 
had stopped Jacobs's vehicle due to him 
failing to stop at an intersection. When Ptl. 
Marchionda informed Jacob of the traffic 
violation Ptl. Marchionda stated that Jacob 
was acting very strange and animated. Ptl. 
Marchionda stated he suspects that Jacob 
may be under the influence of a drug of 
abuse.

I then spoke to Jacob and asked Jacob if he 
had consumed any type of drug prior to 
driving in which Jacob denied but stated 
that he had a beer several hours ago. While 
speaking to Jacob he attempted to go in the 
glove box and was told to stop and acted 
very excited and could not complete his 
sentences. I ordered Jacob out of the 
vehicle and had him stand behind his 
vehicle and asked Jacob if he would 
perform field sobriety tests in which Jacob 
stated that he would.
 
Ptl. Marchionda shut his front overhead 
lights off so they would not interfere with the 
test. I asked Jacob if he had any medical 
conditions in which he stated that he had 
ADHD but does no longer take medication 
for it. I then had Jacob stand straight up 
with his hands to his side and his feet 
together and checked Jacobs eyes for a 
resting nystagrnus, equal pupil size, and 
equal tracking. Jacob's eyes both tracked 
equally, both of Jacobs's pupils were of 
equal size, and Jacob did not have a resting 
nystagmus.

I then began the first test which was the 
horizontal gaze nystagmus and once the 
test began I observed the following clues: 
Lack of smooth pursuit in both eyes, distinct 
nystagmus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes, and Onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Jacob stand straight up with his hands 
to his side and his right foot in front of his 
left foot while I explained the instructions. 
Once the instructions were explained I 
asked Jacob if he understood them in which 
Jacob stated that he did. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Stopped while walking, did not touch heel to 
toe, and improper turn.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Jacob to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and his feet together 
and explained the instructions and once the 
instructions were explained I asked Jacob if 
he understood them in which Jacob stated 
that he did. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: Swayed while 
balancing, used arms to balance, put foot 
down 3 times.

I then preformed the modified Romberg and 
had Jacob stand straight up with his hands 
to his side and feet together and tilt his 
head back estimate the time of 30 seconds 
to himself and when finished he put his 
head down and say stop in which he did so 
in the matter of 40 seconds approximately.

I then preformed the Lack of convergence 
and had Jacob sit on the bumper of Ptl. 
Marchionda's cruiser and I held a pen in 
front of Jacob and moved it into a circle and 
then coming to his forehead in between his 
eyes and Jacob lost focus of the pen.

I suspected Jacob of using a drug of abuse 
and told Ptl. Marchionda the results which 
Ptl. Marchionda then placed Jacob under 
arrest for suspicion af OVI. I then stood by 
for the towing of the vehicle and then 
cleared to assist Ptl. Marchionda with the 
booking process.


Ptl. Scott #506
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011064
TRAFFIC
W Carolina Ave @ S 15th St, Sebring OH


CITED: Justin Vickers 
11152 Bandy Rd, Alliance, OH 

Obedience to Traffic Control Device SCO 
313.01




On Wednesday, November 14,2018, I, 
Patrolman. Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
W Texas Ave at S 15th St. I observed a 
white mobile home approach the 
intersection from the north and proceed 
south without stopping at the posted stop 
sign. I pulled out from my location and 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency Iights and audible 
siren. The mobile home, bearing Ohio 
registration GXQ5756, turned west onto W 
Carolina Ave and came to a complete stop.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Justin Vickers, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Vickers to provide his 
driver's license, registration and proof of 
insurance. Vickers provided all of the 
aforementioned documentation.

Vickers was issued citation #031347 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, November 29,2018 at 
0900.


Ptl. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18011065 
TRAFFIC (OVI)
N 17th St @ W Vermont Ave, Sebring, OH 


CITED: Alea Poteet
506 Superior Court, Minerva, OH

OVI  ORC 4511.19A1A
OVI (Refusal w/prior convictions)  ORC 
4511.19A2A
Impeding Traffic   ORC 4511.22
Open Container while operating MV  ORC 
4301.62B4



On Wednesday, November 14,2018, 
Patrolman Marchionda was dispatched to 
the 700 block of N 37th St reference a 
report of a suspicious vehicle which 
resulted in the arrest of the driver for OVI.


Upon my arrival, I observed a light blue 
Ford 4-door sedan bearing Ohio registration 
HKL2298, stopped in the middle of the 
roadway on N 17th St at W Vermont Ave 
impeding traffic. After activating my 
overhead emergency lights, I approached 
the vehicle and attempted to make contact 
with the driver, who was slumped over and 
appeared to be unconscious. After shouting 
multiple times for the driver to wake up and 
after knocking on the window, the driver 
slowly lifted their head up and proceeded to 
place a call on their cell phone. I observed 
the driver take their foot off the brake pedal, 
letting the vehicle proceed forward 
approximately 10 feet before stopping and 
placing the vehicle in park. I immediately 
updated dispatch and requested a second 
officer to be dispatched to my location.

Following the arrival of Sergeant Eberling, 
we were able to get the driver to comply 
with our instructions to open the door. Both 
Sergeant Eberling and I observed an open 
tall can of Icehouse Edge sitting in the 
center cup holder. After the driver opened 
the door, Sergeant Eberling immediately 
reached in and removed the keys from the 
ignition. Sergeant Eberling and I assisted 
the driver out of the vehicle and could 
immediately smell a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from the driver's 
breath. I assisted the driver to the rear of 
the vehicle as she was having difficulty 
walking under her own power, let alone 
stand on her own. After walking her to the 
back of the vehicle she leaned on the trunk 
to support her balance. While speaking to 
her, her speech was severely slurred and 
she admitted to me that she was an 
alcoholic who only had "a couple of beers" 
(sic).

Sergeant Eberling located her wallet in the 
center console where we found her Ohio 
driver's license, identifying her as Alea Ann 
Marie Poteet.

While Sergeant Eberling notified dispatch to 
send a tow truck to the scene, I asked 
Poteet if she would be willing to submit to a 
series of standardized field sobriety tests. 
Poteet refused and was subsequently 
placed under arrest for suspicion of 
operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. 

I handcuffed Poteet behind her back 
(gapped/double locked) and informed her of 
her Miranda Rights which she stated she 
understood. Patrolman Scott arrived on 
scene at this time to assist. Poteet was 
placed into the rear of marked unit #302 
and transported from the scene to the 
Sebring Police Department. Patrolman 
Scott remained on scene to perform the 
administrative inventory and to standby for 
the tow truck.

After arriving at the Sebring Police Dept, I 
helped Poteet exit marked unit #302 and 
escorted her into the squad room to begin 
processing. After removing the handcuffs, I 
read Ohio BMV 2255 to Poteet and asked 
her if she understood what was read to her 
and if she was willing to submit to both a 
chemical breath and urine test. Poteet 
stated she understood and that she was 
willing to submit to chemical testing. 
Patrolman Scott arrived at the station at this 
time to assist with processing and to ready 
the lntoxilyzer 8000 for the breath test. 
While in the Intoxilyzer room, Poteet was 
asked to sign the electronic version of the 
BMV 2255 and after being handed the 
stylus, she asked Patrolman Scott and I, 
"do you want to stick this(sexual implications)?" (sic) and made 
motions corresponding with her question. 

After providing the first breath sample, 
Poteet attempted to grab Patrolman Scott's 
genitals while making reference to "(sexual implication)" (sic). I escorted Poteet back to the 
squad room while the lntoxilyzer 8000 
prepared for the second breath sample.

After Patrolman Scott informed me the 
lntoxilyzer 8000 was ready for the second 
breath sample, Poteet refused to provide a 
second breath sample, shouting obscenities 
and making inappropriate sexual remarks. 
At this time, I informed Poteet her Ohio 
driver license was now seized, that she was 
under an administrative license suspension 
effective immediately and was prohibited 
from operating any motor vehicles. 

Patrolman Scott returned to the squad room 
and assisted with processing by 
photographing and fingerprinting Poteet.

Poteet signed and was provided a copy of 
the Ohio BMV 2255 form as well as the 
recognizance of the accused. Poteet was 
issued minor misdemeanor citation 
#000225 for ORC 4301.6284 Open 
Container while operating a motor vehicle. 
Poteet signed and was provided her copy of 
the minor misdemeanor citation. Poteet was 
also issued traffic citation #031348 for ORC 
4511.19A1A OVI, ORC 4511.19A2A OVI 
(Refusal) and ORC 4511.22 Impeding 
Traffic. 

Poteet signed and was provided her copy of 
the traffic citation. Poteet was advised of 
her mandatory appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
November 15,2018 at 0900 and was 
released from the station into the custody of 
a sober and licensed driver.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.15.2018



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PUBLISHED 10:10AM NOVEMBER 21, 
2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
06:05 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: IS011043 
TRAFFIC
100 Block W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Kristen Callahan
13244 W South Range Rd, Salem, OH 
44460

Obedience to Traffic Control Devices  SCO 
313.01




On Saturday, November 10, 2018,1, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. I observed a red 
Chevrolet SUV approach the intersection 
from the east and through the functioning 
flashing red traffic light without stopping. I 
pulled out from my location and immediately 
activated my overhead emergency lights to 
initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, a red 
Chevrolet Trailblazer bearing Ohio 
registration HJA7265, came to a complete 
stop in the 100 block of W Ohio Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Kristen Callahan, I identified 
myseIf and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Callahan to provide 
me with her driver's license and proof of 
insurance. Callahan provided both of the 
aforementioned documentation. Callahan 
was issued citation #031344 for ViIlage 
Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Devices and advised of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, November 15,2018 at 
0900.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.10.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011046 
DATE: 11/10/2018 14:39:00



On 11/10/2018 I was dispatched to 836 
South 13th Street apartment 14 in Sebring 
in reference to a disturvance.

I arrived on scene and spoke with Margaret 
Rosnagel of apartment 44 advised that her 
daughter Karen Dicenzi and her daughter's 
baby's daddy Koty Claypool were outside 
and Koty started yelling at the neighbors. 
Margaret advised that Karen and Koty left 
just prior to my arrival to go to Calcutta to 
place money on their layaway. Margaret 
advised that the neighbors are outside their 
apartment and she wants officers to tell 
them to go inside before she does 
something about it. Margaret advised "I 
have a baseball bat, and I'm not afraid to 
use it on them". I advised Margaret that if 
she went outside and premeditatedly 
attacked her neighbors for being outside in 
the common area that she would be
facing charges.

I went across the parking lot and spoke with 
the group of people outside who advised 
that Koty Claypool was stating that he 
would "Kill us fucking niggers".

I spoke with Mitchell Smith whom advised 
that Koty was upset with him because he 
was outside across the parking lot doing 
vehicle maintenance on his vehicle and 
Koty was upset because his exhaust was 
loud, Mitchell stated that Koty advised him 
that he would slash his tires and set his 
truck on fire and kick his head in. Koty then 
advised Mitchell that stated that he would 
have his father come over and crush his 
skull in and continued calling him a nigger.

I spoke with Xavier Terrell whom advised 
that Koty came over calling him a nigger 
and was calling his girlfriend a nigger lover. 
Xavier stated that Koty claimed that his 
father was in the KKK and he was going to 
have him come and kill the both of them 
and slash their tires and smash up their car.

I spoke with Stevei Papic whom advised 
that Koty came over starting problems with 
several of the residence. Stevei stated that 
Koty called her fat. Stevei stated that Koty 
was calling everyone niggers and she 
advised that Koty stated that he was going 
to kill all of them.

I spoke wjth several other residences that 
advised that this appeared to be an ongoing 
issue and that they wanted something 
done.




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On 11/10/2018, this case will be forwarded 
to Prosecutor Talson for possible charges of 
violation of ORC 2927.12 Ethnic 
intimidation.



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On 11/10/2018, I spoke with Prosecutor 
Tolson in reference to this case as well as 
case number 18011048. Prosecutor Tolson 
advised that the above charges were 
approved. Koty was then taken in custody 
in case 18011048.


Detective Redfern 504



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On 11/10/2018 I responded to 836 S 13th 
St Apt 14 for a disturbance. When I arrived 
on scene Det. Redfern had already spoken 
with the caller and was now talking to a 
large group of individuals. Both units spoke 
with Mitchell Smith who advised Koty 
Claypool was angry because his trucks 
exhaust was too loud so Koty called him a 
"Nigger" among other words and threatened 
him including saying his father was a 
bounty hunter and would come kill him. 

Units also spoke with Xavier Terrell who 
said Koty called him a Nigger and his 
girlfriend a Nigger lover and made threats 
by saying he would slash their tires and he 
and his father were in the KKK and they 
would kill both of them. 

Units also spoke with Stevei Papic who 
verified the story and added that Koty called 
her fat. Statements were taken from parties 
involved and witnesses to this incident and 
units cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011048 
DATE: 11/10/2018 16:37:00


I On 11/10/2018. Myself and Ptl. Brindack 
were dispatched to the parking lot of 836 
South 13th street in reference to a Koty 
Claypool threatening several people with a 
firearm.


Detective Redfern 504


On 11/10/2018, Myself and Ptl. Brindack 
were dispatched to the parking lot of 836 
South 13th street in reference to a Koty 
Claypool threatening several people with a 
firearm. Both units arrived on location and 
found several people yelling that Koty 
Claypool had a firearm and he was pointing 
it at several people stating that he was 
"going to kill niggers". 

Several people stated that the Koty ran into 
apartment 14. 

Both myself and Ptl. Brindack ordered Koty 
out of the residence with his hands up.

Koty came out of the residence with out 
incident and was immediately detained for 
officer safety.

Officers spoke with Xavier Terrell whom 
advised that Koty came peeling into the 
parking lot and jumped out of his vehicle 
yelling "Nigger" and "I'm going to shoot you" 
while brandishing a firearm.

Officers spoke with Kasey Robinson states 
that Koty came home and was yelling racial 
slurs calling her a "Nigger Lover" and Kasey 
stated that she pushed over his pregnant 
girlfriend making her land on her stomach. 
Kasey advised that Koty came back out 
with a gun stating that he was going to 
shoot them.

officers spoke with Stone Johnson whom 
stated that Koty started calling them 
"Niggers". Stone advised that Koty then 
went back in the house and retrieved a 
firearm and pointed it at them through the 
window.

Officers spoke with Stevei Papic, Tammy 
Bates, and several other neighbors whom 
requested to remain anonymous. All of the 
statements corroborated with the above 
statements that Koty peeled into the parking 
lot and jumped out of the vehicle yelling 
racial obscenities and flicking off the three 
people standing in the window of apartment 
13. They further stated that Koty then went 
into his house and then came out with a 
firearm and pointed it at the window stating 
that "I'm going to kill you niggers".

Consent to search was obtained from the 
renter of apartment 14 Margaret Rosnagel. 
Officers started to search the residence but 
due to the amount of clutter in the residence 
it was nearly impossible.


Chief Harris was contacted on scene whom 
gave me permission to reach out to 
Prosecutor Tolson.

Prosecutor Tolson was advised of the 
situation and it was determined that the 
following charges would be appropriate for 
this case:

Weapons Under Disability F3

Ethnic Intimidation F5

Ethnic Intimidation F5

Aggravated Menacing M1

Inducing Panic


Prosecutar Tolson also approved charges 
against Koty in reference to case 18011046 
that happened only a few hours prior.


Koty was transported to the station and 
processed on the above charges. Koty was 
subsequently transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail on a $20,500.00 bond 
combined total with case 18011046.

Koty is to appear at MCC#3 on 11/15/2018 
at 0900.



Detective Redfern 504




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On 11/10/2038, Myself and Det. Redfern 
were dispatched to the parking lot of 836 
South 13th street in reference to a Koty 
Claypool threatening people with a firearm. 
Both units arrived on scene and found 
several people yelling that Koty Claypool 
had a gun and he was pointing it at several 
people stating that he was "going to kill 
niggers". Including one resident stating "he 
had a whole ass gun" the group advised 
that the Koty ran into apartment 14. 

Units ordered Koty out of the apartment 
with his hands where we could see them. 
Koty came out without any resistance and 
was detained and handcuffed (gaped and 
double locked) for officer safety.

I placed Koty Claypool in the rear of my 
cruiser while Det. Redfern began speaking 
to several witness. All of whom Koty 
Claypool had peeled in the parking lot and 
began threatening people and brandishing 
a firearm described as a black pistol. One 
individual Xavier Terrell even advised he 
was able to recognize the weapon as a Hi-
Point pistol. 

Koty was advised why we were called and 
advised he did not have a firearm and 
wouldn't have one because he is a felon.

While Det. Redfern spoke with individuals 
consent was obtained to search the 
apartment Margaret Rosnagel, both officers 
searched the apartment but due to extreme 
amount of clutter it was extremely difficult to 
search. Despite our best efforts in 
searching the apartment and surrounding 
areas we were unable to find the firearm. 

While I was searching Det. Redfern spoke 
with Chief Harris and prosecutor Tolson and 
the following charges were approved. 
Weapons Under Disability F3,Ethnic 
Intimidation F5,Ethnic Intimidation 
F5,Aggravated Menacing M1, and Inducing 
Panic.

Charges on the previous incident case 
#18011046 were also approved. 

Witness statements were obtained from 
multiple witnesses and Koty was 
transported to the station and processed on 
the above charges. Koty was transported to 
the Mahoning County Jail by Det. Redfern 
with his bond set at $20,500.00. Koty is to 
appear at MCC#3 on 11/15/2018 at 0900.



Ptl. Brindack 507
11/10/18





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PUBLISHED 6:00PM NOVEMBER 14, 
2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
04:59 PM -0500


Sebring Police STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011029 
DATE: 11/06/2018 08:04:00



On 11/6/2018 I was dispatched to 120 N. 
15th St. for a theft from a vehicle.


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Kira Aebi, 7745 Alberta Beach 
St. Louisville.  Kira advised she parked her 
car in the parking lot adjacent to to Rocky's 
Drive thru at approximately 1900hrs on 
11/5/2018. Kira advised when she went out 
ot her car at approximately 0800hrs on 
11/6/2018 she noticed the drivers side 
window was partially down. Kira advised 
when she got into her car she observed a 
handful of change as well as an unknown 
amount of ibuprofen was missing from the 
center console area. 

Kira advised she had the door locked and 
the window up when she parked the night 
before. Kira advised nothing of value was 
missing and nothing on the car seemed to 
be broken. I advised Kira a report would be 
completed but without more evidence or 
potential suspects the case would be closed 
at this time,



Det. Kelm #505




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Sebring Police STORIES
lNCIDENT NUMBER: 18-011030 
DATE: 11/06/2038 09:37:00



On 11/6/2018 I was dispatched to 396 W. 
Pennsylvania Ave. for criminal damaging.

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Mary Jordan. Mary advised 
she gat in her car this morning at 
approximately 0900hrs. Mary then advised 
as she drove away she felt a breeze, looked 
back and observed the rear passenger 
window was shattered. Mary advised she 
had her behicle parked on N. 18th St. on 
the west side of her residence facing north. 
Mary advised she last saw the vehicle on 
11/5/2018 when she parked it at 
approximately 3500hrs.

I had Mary unlock the vehicle and I was 
able to observe a piece of a spark plug on 
the rear passenger seat. I then checked the 
area where the vehicle was originally 
parked and observed another piece of a 
spark plug. I advised Mary it appeared 
someone walking on the sidewalk had 
thrown the pieces of spark plug at the 
window to shatter it.

Mary advised there was nothing that 
appeared to be missing and the doors were 
all still locked. Mary then advised she had 
already contacted her insurance company 
to file a claim. I advised Mary a report would 
be completed and could be picked up at the 
police station if she needed it for insurance.

I then cleared.



Det. Kelm #505

11/6/2018




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011032 
Traffic
S. 12th St, /Vet Clinic


CITED: Ashley Suderman
515 W. California Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Speed 47/35   SCO333.03




On 11/07/2018 at 4:45am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
south on S. 12th st. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling north on the same road 
that appeared to be traveling at a high rate 
of speed. I activated the mounted radar unit 
in the cruiser and observed a digital reading 
of 47 mph while in a 35 mph zone.

Once the vehicle passed my cruiser I turned 
around in a drive way and initiated a traffic 
stop at S. 12th St. near the Veterinarians 
clinic, the vehicle was a gray 2009 Ford 4-S 
bearing Ohio temporary registration 
(H317340).

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
driver and informed them for the reason of 
the stop and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
and identified the driver as Ashley 
Suderman.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Ashley a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Ashley a court date of 
11/15/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance not required.

Once Ashley signed the citation she was 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.




Ptl. Scott #506
11/07/2018




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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011041
WARRANT
132 N 16th'St. Sebring, OH 44672



ARRESTED: Jonathan Cosgray
132 N 16th'St. Sebring, OH 44672

Warrant Pick Up (Agg. Trafficking in Drugs)
Mahoning County Sheriffs Office



On 11/8/2018, Officers picked up a make on 
an entered felony warrant. 


Dispatch received a call from a male 
identified as Jonathan M. Cosgray 
reference an animal complaint (Case 
#180114040)- Jonathan had an entered 
felony warrant out of Mahoning County 
Sheriffs Ofice for 3 counts of trafficking in 
drugs. 

Ptl. Redfern and myself went and made 
contact with him at his residence and 
advised him of the warrant. Jonathan was 
very cooperative and was taken into 
custody by Ptl. Redfern for warrant # 
18CR7049 and transported to Mahoning 
County Jail.



Sgt. Eberling #503





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Sebring Police STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011037 
Traffic
506 W. Virginia Ave


CITED: Allissa Midkiff AGE22
216 S. 21st St. Sebring

Driver's License Required 335.01



On 11/8/2018 at 0804hrs while conducting 
school zones at BL Miller I was advised of a 
private property accident. Upon arrival I 
made contact with the complainant Crystina 
Claypool. Crystina advised she was parked 
when a silver in color Chevy rear ended her 
vehicle. 

I then spoke to ihe driver of the silver in 
color Chevy and identified her as Allissa 
Midkiff, 216 S. 21' St. Allissa advised she 
got distracted and pushed the wrong pedal 
striking the rear of Crystina's car. I 
requested Allissa's drivers license, proof of 
insurance, and registration which she was 
not able to provide. Allissa advised she had 
her learners but it expired. Allissa also 
advised the vehicle belonged to her mother 
and she was not sure if she had insurance 
or not. 

I then cited Allissa for Driver's License 
Required/335.01 with a mandatory court 
appearance at MCC#3 on ll/15/2018 at 
0900hrs. Allissa advised she understood. I 
then gave Allissa a courtesy transport to her 
residence so she could get a valid driver to 
pick up the vehicle. I then cleared.




Det. Kelm #505

11/8/2018





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Sebring Police STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 78-011039 
DATE: 11/08/2018 13:43:00 





On 11/08/2018, I was dispatched to the 400 
block of North 13th Street in reference to 
criminal damaging.

On 11/08/2018, I was dispatched to the 400 
block of North 13th Street in reference to 
criminal damaging. I arrived on location and 
spoke to Rev. White whom advised that he 
owned the above property and wanted to 
make the department aware that someone 
bust out all of the windows to the rental. 

Rev. White just wanted th'e incident 
documented and us to be aware and keep 
an eye on the house.


On 11/09/2018, while on patrol I noted that 
the front door to the house was open. I 
preformed a building search and cleared 
the building. I then re-secured to door and 
cleared without incident.




Detective Redfern 504





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PUBLISHED 4:45PM NOVEMBER 13, 
2018
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Thursday, November 08, 2018
05:18 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
Case No.: 01801017
WARRANT
Circle K, 205 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio


WARRANT: Christopher Wilke
1045 S 12th St, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Warrant - Alliance Police Department



On Friday, November 2, 2018, Patrolman 
Brindack, Scott and Marchionda were 
dispatched to a disturbance at Circle K that 
resulted in the arrest of one of the parties 
involved for assault and an active warrant 
out of Alliance Police Department.

Upon our arrival, Patrolman Brindack 
recognized one of the parties involved as 
Christopher Wilke and it was known Wilke 
had a warrant for his arrest out of Alliance 
Police Department. I immediately detained 
Wilke and confirmed through dispatch the 
warrant was active. The original nature of 
the call was regarding a fight in progress at 
Circle K and Wilke was formally arrested 
and advised of the assault charge. 
Evidence was also obtained on scene 
related to the assault charge and secured.

I transported Wilke back to the SEBRING 
POLICE STORY where he was 
fingerprinted, photographed and processed 
for assault. During processing, Alliance 
Police Department notified dispatch and 
advised one of their officers would be en 
route to the station to take custody of Wilke 
on their warrant. Wilke was provided and 
signed a recognizance form for assault and 
advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, November 8,2018 at 0900.

Before Wilke was removed from the station 
by an Alliance Police Officer, I searched 
Wilke's belongings a second time and 
recovered a cylindrical glass tube 
containing an unknown residue in one, of 
his coat pockets. The glass tube was seized 
and Wilke was subsequently transported 
from the station by the Alliance Police 
Officer.




Ptl D. Marchianda #508
11.3.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011016
CRIMINAL
Circle K, 205 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio


ARREST:  Christopller Wilke, AGE 25
1045 S 12th St, Sebring, Ohio 44672

Assault (M-1) ORC 2903.13




On Friday, November 2,2028, Patrolmen 
Brindack, Scott and Marchionda were 
dispatched to Circle K reference a report of 
a fight in the parking lot resulting in the 
arrest of one adult male.


Upon our arrival, the two individuals who 
were fighting, identified as Tyler Graham 
and Christopher Wilke, were already 
separated from one another from bystander 
intervention. Patrolman Brindack alerted 
Patrolman Scott and I one of the parties 
involved was Wilke and that he had an 
active warrant out of Alliance Police 
Department. I immediately detained Wlke 
by placing him in handcuffs behind his back 
(gapped/double locked) and verified the 
active warrant through dispatch. I advised 
Wilke of the warrant and that he would be 
retained pending confirmation from Alliance 
Police Department and pending further 
investigation regarding the alleged fight.

Patrolman Brindack and Patrolman Scott 
spoke with witnesses and the victim, Tyler 
Graham. After speaking with Graham and 
the witnesses, Patrolman Scott advised me 
to inform Wilke he was under arrest for 
assault. As I was Informing Wilke of the 
assault charge, Patrolman Scott produced a 
clear bag containing an unknown white 
crystallized substance and asked Wilke 
about it. According to witnesses and 
Graham, the bag fell out of Wilke's pocket 
during the physical altercation. 

Wlke was informed of his Miranda Rights, 
searched and placed in the back seat of 
marked unit #303. I then transported Wilke 
and the clear bag back to the SEBRING 
POLICE DEPT while Patrolmen Scott, 
Brindack and Peterman remained on scene 
to speak with and gather statements from 
the victim and witnesses.

Upon arriving at the station, I began 
processing Wilke for the assault charge. 
Wilke started to utter statements to me 
regarding the fight at which point I asked 
him if he was willing to waive his rights to 
provide a written statement. I obtained a 
voluntary statement packet and read Wilke 
his Miranda rights again and asked if he 
understood them. Wilke stated he 
understood his rights and signed the 
Miranda Waiver form and provided me with 
a written statement. 

While Wilke was writing his statement, 
Dispatcher Wheeler informed me Alliance 
Police Department was sending an officer 
to the station to take custody of Wilke on 
their warrant. After Wilke was processed, 
he was provided and signed a recognizance 
form and was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, November 8,2018 at 0900 
for ORC 2903.13A1 Assault M-1.

Alliance Police Officer Vesco arrived on 
station to take custody of Wilke. Prior to 
transporting him, I conducted a second and 
more thorough search of the coat Wilke was 
wearing. During this search, I discovered a 
hidden pocket on the inside of the coat I did 
not find on scene at Circle K. While 
checking this pocket, I retrieved a cylindrical 
glass tube containing an unknown residue. 
After performing the search of Wilke's jacket 
and recovering the glass tube, Officer 
Vesco departed from the station with Wilke 
in his custody. 

The clear bag and glass tube were 
photographed, logged and secured into 
evidence by Patrolman Scott to be sent to 
the BCI crime lab at a later date. Additional 
charges may be filed against Wilke pending 
the results of the test from the Crime Lab.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.3.2018


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On 11/02/18 I responded along with Ptl. 
Scott, Marchionda and Peterman to an 
active fight call at Circle K .  Upon arrival 
units observed Tyler Graham and Chris 
Wilke being separated from one another. 
Chris Wilke who has an active warrant out 
of Alliance was detained. I Then observed 
Tyler Graham being held with his hands 
behind his back be a Beloit Firefighter and 
Alliance (non commissioned) civilian 
reserve officer Tyler Mcilvain. Tyler Mcilvain 
had Tyler restrained was not allowing him to 
leave and was patting Tyler Graham down 
and was pulling items out of his packets. 

I asked Mr. Mcilvain who he was and if he 
was a law enforcement officer . He 
identified himself and said no he was not, 
however he did say he was a "civilian police 
reserve" at the Alliance Police Department. 
I advised him to let go of Tyler Graham and 
spoke with Tyler who said he thought Mr. 
Mcilvain was a police officer due to the light 
bar on his personal vehicle. 

Units determined Chris Wilke to be the 
main'aggressor and he was arrested and 
transported to station by Ptl. Marchionda. I 
advised Mr. Mcilvain that I undersiood he 
was trying to help he need to be careful not 
to cross
boundaries. 

Ptl. Scott stayed on scene to obtain 
statements and I cleared. 

Lt. Bair from the Alliance Police Department 
was contacted and made aware of what 
had happened and advised Re would 
contact Captain Hillis to handle their 
reserve oficer.



Ptl. Brindack 507 
11/03/18


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On 11/02/2018 I along with Ptl. Brindack, 
Ptl. Marchionda, and Ptl. Peterman 
responded to the Circle K parking iot due to 
two male individuals fighting later to be 
identified as Chris Wilke and Tyler Graham. 
Upon out arrival I observed Chris Wilke 
backing towards a vehicle at the stop sign 
on N. 14th St. and E. Ohio Ave. yelling at 
Tyler and attempting to get into the vehicle. 
I stopped Wilke and was advised by Ptl. 
Brindack that Wilke has an active warrant 
out of Alliance. Wilke was detained awaiting 
confirmation on the warrant from Alliance 
Police by Ptl. Marchionda. The store clerk 
told me that there was a bag of what she 
believed ta be drugs under a vehicle which 
belonged to a male named Tyler Mcilvain. 

I picked up a clear bag which contained a 
white crystallized substance inside and 
asked Wilke if he knew what it was and he 
stated that he did not and that the bag was 
not his.

I then observed Tyler Graham with both of 
his hands being held behind his back by a 
male identified as Tyler Mcilvain which was 
also going through Graham's pockets and 
when I walked up to both of them Mcilvain 
pulled out Graham's wallet from his pocket 
and handed it to me. Mcilvain was 
instructed to release Graham and I spoke 
with Graham while Ptl. Brindack spoke with 
Mcilvain and gave him his wallet and asked 
him what happened which he stated that 
Wilke started to yell at his girl friend 
identified as Sam Durenda and he got in 
between them which is when Wilke pushed 
his face away and then struck him. I then 
qbtained statements from Mcilvain, 
Graham, Durenda, and the store clerk 
Brandi Springer.

According to the witnesses statements 
Chris Wilke was seen assaulting Tyler 
Graham by striking him in the face and bear 
hugging him so that Graham could not fight 
back and eventually Tyler Graham fought 
back and was then detained by Mcilvain. 
According to Tyler Graham and Sam 
Durenda they both stated that they saw the 
bag that was found on the ground fall out of 
Chris Wilke's pocket during the fight.

I then instructed Ptl. Marchionda to advise 
Wilke that he would be placed under arrest 
for assault and also notified Wilke that 
Alliance had contacted us and will be taking 
custody of him on his warrant. 

Ptl. Marchionda transported Wilke to the 
station and processed him and gave Wilke 
a recognizance bond of $1250 for the M-1 
assault and searched Wilke before Alliance 
Officer Vesco placed him in custody and 
found a glass tube containing an unknown 
residue inside.

Both the glass tube and the bag of the 
unknown crystallized substance were 
tagged photographed and placed in to 
evidence room with submission forms by 
me and witnessed by Ptl. Marchionda.



Ptl. Scott #506


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REPORTING OFFICER: Marchionda, 
Domenico BADGE NO.: 508  DATE: 
11/03/2018 06:05 

Assisting Brindack, Sean   BADGE NO: 507  
DATE: 11/03/2018

Assisting Marchionda, Domenico  BADGE 
NO: 508  DATE: 11/03/2018

Arresting  Scott, Zachary   BADGE NO: 506  
DATE: 11/02/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011014
TRAFFIC
West Ohio Avenue, N 19th


CITED:  Anfenee Crandal
831 Dayton Street, Akron Ohio 44310

DUS 335.07



On 12/02/2018, I was riding double unit with 
Ptl. Peterman in marked unit 301. While 
traveling West Ohio Avenue in the area of 
North 19th Street, I noticed a red sedan that 
failed to dim as he passed several vehicles. 
I then decided to  conduct a traffic stop. I 
made contact with the unrestrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as Anfenee Crandall 
out of Akron. As I made contact with the 
Anfenee I was able to smell the odor of 
marijuana, I logged a probable cause 
search and ordered all three of the 
occupants out of the vehicle. I ran the 
occupants through dispatch and it was 
found that Anfenee was suspended. 

Upon searching the vehicle there was a bag 
of hypodermic syringes sitting in the center 
counsel along with a bottle of lantus. There 
were trace amounts of marijuana on the 
carpet of the vehicle. 

Upon completion of the search I asked the 
occupants if they had anything on them and 
Anfenee asked if I wanted them to turn out 
their packets and I advEsed them I would 
like that but it was up to them. As the 
occupants did, one whom was identified as 
Tra'shaun Beasley out of Akron advised 
that he had a bag of weed on him, and gave 
it to me. I advised Tra'shaun that due to his 
honesty he would be given a break on the 
MM possession charge, and that the drugs 
would just be destroyed. I advised Anfenee 
that he also would be charged with DUS 
and be given a warning for the failure to 
dim. 

I allowed the passengers to return to the 
vehicle while the citation was being issued. 
Anfenee was given a citation for DUS and 
was given a verbal warning for failure to 
dim, and was cited to MCC#3 on 11/8/18 at 
0900. Antione Phelps whom was the third 
passenger of the vehicle was valid and the 
vehicle was reIeased to him, I then cleared.



Det. Redfern 504
11/2/2018






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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007132 
Criminal
786 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672


ARREST: Tyler Haas 
786 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672

Having Weapons Under Disability - 
Warrant,  ORC 2923.13(A)(1) F-3,  
$8,000.00

Discharging of Firearms with in Village 
Limits - Warrant,  SCO 549.08-M-4,  
$500.00



On 07/20/2018, Ptl. Brindack and I were 
dispatched to the 800 block of West Ohio 
Avenue in reference to a neighbor shooting 
a firearm in the vicinity of children.

Units arrived on location and spoke with the 
complainants James Kaminski, Amanda 
Kaminski, and Mark Meiter. James and
Amanda advised that James was out on the 
riding lawn mower with his son when the 
neighbor Tyler Haas was shooting a firearm 
while they were in the field mowing the 
lawn. James and Amanda advised that they 
have had nothing but trouble in the past 
from Tyler.

Units went over and the neighbors house 
and spoke to Lisa Haas whom advised that 
her son Tyler was shooting a firearm in the 
back yard and the neighbors came over 
yelling at him and he left the scene prior to 
Officers arrival. 

Statements were obtained from all parties. 
Lisa advised that she is not able to get 
ahold of her son who committed the crime. 
Lisa advised to have Tyler make contact 
with the Police Departmefit to avoid a 
Warrant.



Redfern 504



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On 07/27/2018, It was noted that on 
07/20/2018 at 0130 Patrolman Marchionda 
was out on a traffic stop with Tyler just prior 
to the incident and Patrolman Marchionda 
advised Tyler that he had a warrant for his 
arrest out of Stark County Sheriffs Dept. 
and that he needed to make contact with 
the courts.

Looking further into Tyler it is also noted 
that he has two active bench warrants out 
of Mahoning County (2015TRD01894SEB), 
(2017TRD01457SEB).

With Tyler having knowledge of at least one 
of the warrants Tyler Haas would be 
considered a Fugitive from Justice as 
defined in ORC 2963.11 which would make 
Tyler in violation of ORC2923.13.

Tyler will be charged with SCO 549.08 
discharging of a firearm with in village limits 
M-4. Pending the approval of Chief Harris 
this case will be sent to Prosecutor Tolson 
for approval of Weapons under disability 
F3.



Redfern 504



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On 08/02/2016, Prosecutor Tolson 
Approved a Felony 3 Weapons Under 
Disability Warrant along with a M4 
Discharging a Firearm With In City Limits 
Warrant. Case will be closed.




Redfern 504


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On 11/03/2018 I Ptl. Scott asked D.O. 
Wheeler to pull up a current warrant list for 
individuals for Sebring Police Department 
for Mahoning County Court #3 and 
observed Tyler Haas had a F-3 warrant for 
weapons under disability and an M-4 for 
discharging a fire arm in village limits that 
was entered in 08/02/2018. I informed 
dispatch that I, Ptl. Peterman, and Ptl. 
Marchionda wouId attempt to serve the 
warrant.

All of the above mentioned officers arrived 
at 786 W. Ohio Ave. and knocked on the 
door and the door was answered by a 
juvenile male and I asked the juvenile if 
Tyler Haas was in the home in which the 
juvenile stated yes he is on the couch and 
told Ptl. Peterman and I to come inside. I 
and Ptl. Peterman entered the residence 
and noticed Tyler sleeping on the couch. I 
woke Tyler and advised him he was under 
arrest for the two warrants and read him his 
rights and placed him in hand restraints and 
walked him to my cruiser where I placed 
him in the rear of the cruiser and 
transported
Tyler to the station.

Once at the station he was processed and 
photographed and jail paperwork was done 
and then was transported to the Mahoning 
County Jail by Ptl. Marchionda.




Ptl. Scott 506
11/03/2018



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Thursday, November 08, 2018
01:33 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18011023
Criminal
Oak Ridge Motel, Room 30


ARRESTED: Jonathan Burkholder AGE 36
LKA: 13244 West South Range Road, 
Salem

Endangering Children, 2919.22, $1,250.00
Endangering Children, 2919.22, $1,250.00
Possessing a Drug Abuse Instrument,  
2925.12, $1,250.00
Disorderly Conduct Persist, 2917.11, 
$500.00 
Drug Possession, 2925.11, $150.00
Drug Paraphernalia,  2925.14, $150.00 



On 11/03/2018. I was dispatched along with 
Ptl. Brindack to the Oak Ridge motel for the 
smell of Marijuana in the restaurant, 
Perkins, that was attached to the Motel.

Ptl. Brindack and I made contact with the 
owner of the establishment whom advised 
that her restaurant shares the same 
ventilation system as room 30 & 31 of the 
motel. Louann advised that room 31 is 
vacant and she went to room 30 where the 
room was registered to a Kristen Callahan. 
Louann advised that a male was in the 
bedroom and he advised that he would stop 
smoking marijuana. Louann advised that 
she was able to visualized two juveniles in 
the room and the female juvenile was 
naked.


Ptl. Brindack and I went to room 30 and 
knocked on the door. A male whom was 
later identified as Jonathan Allen 
Burkholder of Goshen Twp. came out of the 
room and was obviously under the influence 
of an unknown substance. As Jonathan was 
coming out of the motel room, I was 
suddenly overtaken with the strong odor of 
marijuana. 

I requested Jonathan to get his ID card and 
when he went into the room I was able to 
see a young female with no clothing on as 
well as a younger male juvenile. While 
Jonathan was looking for his ID card , I was 
able to visualize him place a orange object 
in a purse that was laying in a pile of 
clothing. Jonathan also placed an item on 
the shelf by the window AC unit. I asked 
Jonathan why I smelled the strong odor of 
marijuana and he advised because he just 
got done smoking it. I asked Jonathan if he 
did it with the children and Jonathan 
advised that he went into the bathroom and 
smoked it.


I called Prosecutor Tolson and explained 
the situation to her and requested the 
charge of Endangering Children and the 
charge was approved. Jonathan was then 
taken into custody. Jonathan was 
belligerent and extremely confrontational. 
Jonathan was screaming profanities in the 
parking lot of the motel causing a scene in 
front of patrons leaving the restaurant. 
Jonathan was advised several times to 
cease and desist, and Jonathan continued 
carrying on. Jonathan was placed in the 
cruiser and continued yelling despite being 
ordered to stop several times.

I made contact with Cari Frantz whom was 
the maternal grandmother of the children 
and arranged for her to come and secure 
the juveniles. I then had Children Services 
call my cell phone. I spoke with the case 
worker, and after conversation it was 
decided that it was best that the children 
would be best placed in the temporary care 
of the grandma. Children services 
requested that the report be sent to them.

While units were waiting for the 
grandmother to arrive on scene, one of the 
juveniles asked if we wanted to take a look 
around the room. Taking advantage of the 
request the orange item was later found to 
be a marijuana grinder, with small amounts 
left in the grinder. Also the item that 
Jonathan was placing by the window AC 
unit was later found to be a glass pipe with 
white residue inside of it wrapped in bubble 
wrap.

Jonathan was subsequently taken back to 
the department after Cari secured the 
juveniles. Jonathan once brought back to 
the department became extremely irate, 
making processing impossible.

Jonathan was taken to MCJ. Paperwork 
was complete and faxed to the jail.



Det. Redfern

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On 11/03/18 I responded to the Oakridge 
Motel with Det. Redfern. Upon arrival we 
spoke with the manager Lauann who 
advised there was a strong odor of 
Marijuana coming from room 30. We 
knocked on the door of room 30 and a male 
later identified as Jonathan Burkholder 
came to the door obviously under the 
influence of an unknown substance. The 
room and surrounding area smelled very 
strongly of Marijuana. The male had his two 
children in the room with him a 10yo boy 
and 3yo girl who was completely naked. 
Jonathan stepped out of the room and was 
informed of the reason for us being there. 
Jonathan admitted to officers to having 
smoked Marijuana in the bathroom with his 
children nearby.

Det. Redfern contacted our prosecutor who 
approved charges for child endangerment. 
Jonathan was advised he was being placed 
under arrest for child endangerment and 
was asked to contact someone who could 
take custody of his children. The children's 
grandmother was contacted to come get the 
children and Jonathan who was now 
arguing and screaming was placed 
handcuffed (gaped & double locked) and 
placed in mark unit 303.

While waiting for the grandmother the 10yo 
invited officers to look around the room, 
while lookingground the room I observed a 
small glass pipe with residue on it wrapped 
in bubble wrap in plain view on the window 
ledge in front of the rooms AC unit. Det. 
Redfern was also able to obtain 
paraphernalia and a small amount of 
Marijuana.

Det. Redfern spoke with CPS and the 
children's mother and told them what had 
occurred and while he was doing so 
Jonathan became uncooperative and was 
screaming in the rear of patrol car 303 
despite multiple requests to stop. Units 
cleared and while on station Jonathan was 
extremely uncooperative and screamed 
multiple times despite being requested to 
stop. Det. Redfern advised me to transport 
Jonathan to MCJ to which I did so. 

While on the ride there Jonathan 
continuously made vulgar comments and 
remarks. Once Jonathan was at county jail I 
cleared. During this entire process 
Jonathan was rude and disrespectful to 
officers and argued constantly despite 
numerous requests to stop.



Ptl. Brindack 507



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On 11/04/2018, the glass pipe was 
packaged to be taken to BCI and the 
Marijuana and Marijuana paraphernalia 
were logged into evidence.


Det. Redfern 504




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Wednesday, November 07, 2018
10:23 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011001
Traffic
N. 16th St.



Cited: Dale Yaggi
756 N. 15th. St. Sebring OH
OVI (Chemical test refusal) ORC 
4511.19A2a $500.00
OVI (SFST) Refusal  ORC 4511.19A1a  
$500.00
Left of Center   ORC 4511.25A




On 11/01/2018 I Ptl. Scott initiated a traffic 
stop which resulted in the arrest of the 
driver for OVI.

While on patrol traveling east on W. Ohio 
Ave. in a marked patrol cruiser a vehicle 
that was behind me traveling in the same 
direction went left of center and the vehicle 
completely entered the oncoming lane as I 
viewed this from my rear view mirror in my 
cruiser. I then pulled into a parking lot until 
the vehicle passed and I positioned my 
cruiser behind the vehicle. The vehicle 
which was a 2010 dark Blue Chevrolet pick 
up truck bearing Ohio temporary 
registration G970488 then turned north on 
N. 76th St. and I initiated a traffic stop on 
the above mentioned vehicle on N. 38th St. 
and W. Maryland Ave. The truck did not 
stop completely but instead continued to 
slowly proceed north until I activated my 
audible siren which is when the vehicle 
came to a complete stop.

I then exited my cruiser which is when Ptl. 
Marchionda arrived on scene. I approached 
the driver side of the vehicle and spoke to 
the registered owner which was later 
identified as Dale Yaggi. I informed Dale of 
why I had stopped him and requested his 
driver's license, registration and proof of 
insurance. Dale stated that he had just 
gotten off work and handed me his proof of 
insurance and I asked him again for his 
driver's license in which Dale pulled out his 
wallet and opened it allowing me to see the 
inside of the wallet and I observed his 
driver's license in the left compartment 
behind a dear cover which was very easy to 
see. Dale took an extensive amount of time 
to locate his license and went through cards 
in his right side of his wallet until I told him 
were the license was and asked for him to 
give it to me and Dale could not find his 
registration in which he leaned completely 
over his center console and went through 
his glove compartment. 

Ptl. Marchionda was standing by the 
passenger door of the vehicle while Dale 
was searching for his registration. Dale was 
extremely sluggish and had slurred speech 
I could also smell an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from the inside of the 
vehicle Dale was in.

I had asked Dale if he had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to operating the 
vehicle in which Dale stated that he did not. 
I told Dale I could smell the odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from the inside 
of his vehicle and asked him again in which 
he stated that he had drank a 12 oz bottle 
of Smirnoff prior to driving the vehicle and 
later stated that he also drank Busch beer 
also, unknown how many or what size.

I then informed Dale that I suspected him of 
being under the influence of alcohol and 
then asked if he would consent to field 
sobriety testing in which Dale stated that he 
could not do them because he was sick with 
the flu. I asked Dale if he had any medical 
or physical conditions in which Dale stated 
that his hip was hurting. I also asked if Dale 
had taken any medication in which Dale 
stated that he did not. I then told Dale the 
consequences of refusing the tests in which 
Dale refused again. I then ordered Dale out 
of the vehicle and placed Dale in custody 
for suspicion of OVI and at which time I 
could smell the odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his person once he 
exited the vehicle.


I read Dale his rights and placed him in 
hand restraints gaped and double locked 
and placed Dale in the rear of my patrol car. 
Ptl. Marchionda and I then performed an 
inventory of the vehicle and called for a tow 
truck. Springer's towing then arrived and 
towed the vehicle to 10 N. 12th St. I then 
transported Dale to station and read him the 
BMV 2255 form which was witnessed by 
D.O. Wheeler.

Dale signed the BMV 2255 form but refused 
to give a breath sample. Dale was 
processed, finger printed, and 
photographed. Dale made multiple 
statements about how he did not take a 
breath test because he knew he would blow 
over and stated that he admits he had went 
left of center and about drinking alcoholic 
beverages and then driving the vehicle.

I wrote Dale a traffic citation for ORC OVI 
4511,19(A)(1)(a) (SFST/Refused), ORC 
OVI 4511.19(A)(2)(a) (Prior OVI conviction / 
refuse chemical test), and ORC 4511.25(A) 
Left of center and gave Dale a court date 
for 11/01/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required in which 
Dale signed. I then gave Dale a 
recognizance bond of $1,000 for both OVC 
offenses which also had his court date 
attached. 

Dale signed all forms and received copies 
of his traffic citation, BMV 2255 form, and a 
copy of the recognizance form and was 
released to a valid and sober driver.



Ptl. Scott #506
11/01/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 15011002 
Juvenile 
W Ohio Avc @ N 20th St, Sebring, Ohio


Cited: Erst Snyder
295 W Maryland Ave, Sebring, Ohio
DUS - Noncompliance w/FRA   SCO 335.07



On Thursday, November 1, 2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
W Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd. I observed a 
silver 4-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the south and come to a 
complete stop at the posted stop sign. As 
the vehicle turned east onto W Ohio Ave, I 
observed the front right turn signal was not 
activated. I pulled out from my location onto 
W Ohio Ave and initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights.

The vehicle, a silver Saturn 4-door sedan 
bearing Ohio registration HKJ3626, came to 
a complete stop on W Ohio Ave at N 20th 
St. Upon making contact with the driver - 
identified as Jacob Snyder, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Snyder to provide me 
with his Ohio driver's license and was 
advised he did not have. his license with 
him. Snyder provided me with his name and 
social security number, which I phoned into 
dispatch to verify his identity.

Dispatch informed me Snyder's Ohio 
driver's license status was under a 
noncompliance: suspension with an FRA 
attached. Dispatch also informed the 
vehicle was registered to a female that 
resided within the village. Snyder was given 
an opportunity to phone a valid driver to the 
scene to take control of the vehicle, Snyder 
informed me he was unable to make 
contact with a valid driver and was allowed 
to park the vehicle in an adjacent parking lot 
to be retrieved later in the morning.

Snyder was issued citation #031343 for 
Village Ordinance 335.07 DUS - 
Noncompliance w/FRA and given a verbal 
warning for turn signal. Snyder was advised 
of his mandatory appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
November 8,2018 at 0900. Snyder was 
provided a courtesy transport from the 
scene to 295 W Maryland Ave.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
11.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18011008 
criminal
437 N 15th St Sebring OH 



ARRESTED: Trent Maxwell
437 N 15th St Sebring OH 
Domestic Violence M-1 2919.25



On 11/01/2018 I took a Domestic Violence 
report at our station.

On this date Holly Huston came to the 
station with her 12 yo son . Holly and 
(JUVENILE) advised that her other son, 
Trent,  had gotten into an argument with his 
younger brother .

This altercation turned physical when Trent 
told (JUVENILE) to come upstairs and 
Jessie would not. (JUVENILE) advised 
Trent grabbed him by the shoulder and 
struck him multiple times so he (JUVENILE) 
put Trent in a "head lock" to get him to stop 
and Trent struck multiple more times 
including in the facing resulting in a 
contusion above his left eye. Holly and 
(JUVENILE) advised that this is an on going 
issue with Trent, that he has severe anger 
issues, and has threatened them multiple 
times including threatening to burn the 
house down.

Holly and (JUVENILE) determined that they 
do want Trent charged and signed 
Domestic Violence Charges and were 
provided with their copy of the Instructions 
for filing Domestic Violence form.

Myself and Sgt. Eberling then went to 437 N 
15th and found Trent upstairs in his 
bedroom. Trent was arrested for Domestic 
violence and placed in handcuffs that were 
gaped and double locked. Trent was placed 
in the back of patrol car #303 and read 
Miranda by Sgt. Eberling. Trent was 
transported back to the SEBRING POLICE 
STORY for paperwork. 

While on station Trent admitted to punching 
his brother and admitted to having severe 
anger issues. Trent was Charged with M-1 
Domestic Violence 2919.25 and given court 
date at MCC#3 of 11/08/18 at 0900hrs. 
Trent was then Transported to MCJ by Ptl. 
Marchionda and I cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507



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PUBLISHED 10:08AM NOVEMBER 7, 
2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Tuesday, November 06, 2018
10:48 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CASE No: 18010097
TRAFFIC
N. 12th St. / Pine Lake



Cited:  Nicholas Mclaughlin 
9238 12th St. North Benton, Oh 
Speed 51/35  333.03



On 10/27/2018 at 1744, while traveling 
south on North 12th Street, I and Ptl. 
Zachary Scott observed a silver truck 
traveling North on 12th street at a high rate 
of speed. I activated my radar, and 
observed the speed was 51mph in a  
35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop by 
switching on my emergency overhead 
lights. I radioed dispatch of the traffic stop, 
then exited my patrol vehicle and 
approached the driver. I then advised the 
driver who I was and the reason for the 
stop. 

Driver was identified as Nicholas Richard 
Mclaughlin who was also the registered 
owner of the vehicle and I observed he was 
wearing his seatbelt at the time of the stop. 
Driver showed me all documents requested 
from him. I then issued driver a citation for 
333.03 Speeding, 51mph in a 35mph .zone, 
with a court date of 11/01/2018 at. 9:00A.M.  
Driver showed proof oF financial 
responsibility. 

I told the driver court appearance was not 
mandatory at this time. I then cleared the 
call.



Ptl. Peterman #514




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CASE No: 18010097
TRAFFIC
N. 12th St. / E. Penn Ave.


Cited:  Freddie Bonds JR (AGE 42)
17950 3rd St. Beloit, OH 44609
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19(A)(1)1(a)
DUS  ORC 4510.11
Rules for Turns at Intersections  ORC 
4511.36



On 10/27/2018 I Ptl. Scott and Ptl. 
Peterman along with Ptl. Marchionda 
responded to the area of Tennessee Ave 
heading west for a possible intoxicated 
driver operating a white van.



Upon responding to the area I observed a 
white van traveling west on California Ave. 
and then turned north on S. 15th St. and 
then turned onto E. Penn Ave. traveling 
east. I then followed the vehicle and when 
the vehicle came to the intersection on E. 
Penn Ave. and N. 12th St. the vehicle 
turned N. onto N. 12th St. and failed to 
signal prior to 200 St. and also turned into 
the oncoming lane while turning onto N. 
12th St.

I then initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
on N. 12th St. the vehicle was a 2002 
Chevrolet Van bearing Ohio registration 
(HLF5748) registered to a Robert Woolf Jr. I 
then approached the vehicle and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and insurance which I did not receive. 

Upon talking to the driver later identified as 
Freddie Bonds Jr. I could smell a strong 
odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
the vehicle and observed a 6 pack of beer 
bottles sitting in the passenger with one of 
the beer bottles opened in a cup holder.

I asked Freddie if he had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving the 
vehicle in which Freddie admitted to 
drinking beer but did not give an amount. I 
then asked Freddie to exit the vehicle and I 
told Freddie to go to the back of his vehicle 
and Ptl. Marchionda turned my cruisers 
front overhead lights off and I then asked 
Freddie if he would consent to field sobriety 
testing in which Freddie stated that he 
would take the test.

I then had Freddie stand straight up with his 
feet together and his hands to his side. I 
checked Freddie's eyes for equal pupil size, 
equal tracking, and a resting nystagmus. 
Both of Freddie's eyes tracked equally, both 
of Freddie's pupils were of equal size, and 
Freddie did not have a resting nystagmus.

I then explained the first test and gave 
Freddie the instructions and asked Freddie 
if he understood in which Freddie stated 
that he did. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, distinct nystagmus at maximum 
deviations in both eyes, and onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both eyes.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Freddie put his right foot in front of his 
left foot and stay in that position until I told 
him to start. Once I explained the 
instructions I asked Freddie if he 
understood and Freddie stated that he did 
understand. Freddie also stated that if I was 
going to arrest him then to just do it and 
was being difficult the entire time while 
preforming the last two tests.

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Stops while walking, doesn't 
touch heel to toe, stepped off of the line, 
improper turn, wrong number of steps.

The last test was the one leg stand and I 
had Freddie stand straight up with his 
hands by his side and his feet together 
while I explained the instructions. Once the 
test began I observed the following clues: 
Freddie attempted to preform the test and 
put his foot down and did not continue.

I then placed Freddie under arrest, Freddie 
became aggressive and pulled away from 
the officers on scene but was able to be 
restrained. While restrained Freddie stated 
that it was on and stated that he was going 
back to prison and that he didn't care. 
Freddie was placed in the rear of unit #301 
and the vehicle was inventoried and towed 
by Springer's Towing to 10 N. 12th St.

Freddie was taken back to the police 
department and was read the BMV 2255 
form and signed the form and originally 
consented to a breath test. Freddie was 
eventually was waiting in the squad room 
for the 20 minute observation period and 
then drank water and stated that he was not 
taking the test and was marked as a 
refusal. Freddie displayed aggressive 
behavior on and off while he was in the 
squad room room and even asked officers 
to smash his head into the wall. 

Freddie requested every officers name and 
stated to me "I got you"(sic). 

Freddie was given a copy of the BMV 2255 
fom a recognizance form of $500.00 for the 
OVI (SFST) 4511.39(A)(1)(a), and a copy of 
his traffic citation for the OVI ORC 
4519.19(A)(1)(a), DUS ORC 4510.11, and 
rules for turns,at intersections ORC 
4511.26.

Freddie was given a court date of 
11/01/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required.


Ptl. Scott #506
10/27/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-010093 
DATE: 10/26/2018 19:03:00


On 10/26/2018, Officer was dispatched to 
246 North 15th Street for theft of food. 
Spoke to the store owner, who advised me 
a female came in and paid for her food, and 
while he was making her food she walked 
around the counter and took a bag of food 
that wasn't hers and ran out of the store. 

Store owner advised he doesn't want 
charges pressed, but wants a report made.



Ptl. Peterman #514
10/26/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010027
Criminal
MCC#3



ARRESTED: Franklin Thorne 
679 Riley Ave. East Ljverpool. Oh
Soliciting M-3  2907.23




On 10/06/2018, a message was received 
on a undercover profile on social media.


Male by the name of Franklin Thorne was 
messaging undercover social media app 
requesting sexual intercourse with 
undercover officer with the exchange of 
$100.  Throughout the course of 
conversation Franklin identified himself as 
"Frank". Frank advised that he worked at a 
motel and that he would have a room that 
was able to be used for him to give 
undercover oral sex. Frank advised that he 
would pay undercover $100 for the sexual 
encounter. Frank expressed during 
conversation that he was afraid of meeting 
up in a public setting because he was afraid 
of catching charges freom the police.  Frank 
was very certain that he wanted to meet up.

Frank sent undercover his phone number 
and upon doing s reverse search of the 
number it was found that the number was 
registered to Franklin L. Thorpe Jr.

Upon doing a records search of Frank it 
was found that Frank currently is under an 
indictment for several felony juvenile related 
sex Charges.


Redfern 504

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On 10-09-2018 This case was presented to 
Prosecutor Tolson and 1 count of solicitaion 
was approved.


Redern 504

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On 10-30-2018 The US Marshall Service 
received a copy of the warrant as per 
Mahoning County Sheriffs Office Warrants 
division.  I made contact with one of the 
members of the task force and advised him 
of my known location of Franklin.

Roughly an hour later Franklin was taken 
into custody by the Marshall Service and 
Franklin was taken to Mahoning County 
Jail. I requested our M3 Warrant to be 
removed from NCIC and made contact with 
MCC#3 to have Franklin arraigned on the 
charge on 11/1/2018 at MCC#3 at 0900.


Detective Redfern

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On 11-01-2018 I was dispatched to MCC#3 
to serve warrant 18CRB00337 to Franklin 
Thorne.  Upon arrival I took custody of 
Franklin and advised him he was being 
placed under arrest for Solicitation ORC 
2907.23. Franklin was photographed and 
fingerprinted and transported back to 
MCC#3 for arraignment.



Det. Kelm #505
11/1/2018




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PUBLISHED 10:43AM NOVEMBER 6, 
2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Saturday, October 27, 2018
04:56 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No. 18010081
CRIMINAL
1000 West Tennessee Avenue, Sebring 
Ohio 44672


ARRESTED:  Joie Teagle 
285 East Michigan Avenue, Sebring
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2923.03
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2923.03
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2923.03
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2923.03


ARRESTED: Chris Tewksburry
396 East Indiana Avenue, Sebring
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2903.21
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2903.21
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2903.21
Complicity to Aggravated Menacing 
2903.21



On 10/23/2018, I was called to Sebring 
McKinley High School in reference to an 
incident the day prior at the Northside Park 
involving a firearm.

NOTE:  (   ) = JUVENILE


I arrived on location and spoke to Ptl. 
Russell who advised that she was 
approached by a juvenile whom advised her 
that there was a fiream at the park the day 
prior. I spoke with Principal Krumpak and 
requested that he sit in on interviews. The 
first juvenile whom is the complainant (   ) 
advised that she was at the Park with (   ) 
and  (   ) .   (   ) advised that she was 
approached by Cris Tewksburry,  (   ) , Joie 
Teagle,  (   ) , and  (   ) advised that Chris 
reached down into his pocket and pulled out 
a gun.    (   ) advised that he did not point it 
at anyone just put it back om his pocket.


 (   ) was called down and  (   ) advised that 
he was not involved with the situation he 
was hanging out with his friend and as soon 
as he found his friend (   )  he left. It was 
later found out that (   )  fabricated the 
whole story and that he never hung out with  
(   ) .


 (   ) was called down and (   )  was very 
uncooperative. With every question asked (   
)  advised that she didn't know or she 
wasn't paying attention.  (   )  then advised 
that the gun was fake and had an orange tip 
and it was just showed to the girls and it 
was never pointed at them.


I then spoke to  (   )  whom advised that the 
group of girls were approached by the 
group of guys and then Chris Tewksbury 
pulled out a real gun and pointed it in her 
face. And stated "I'll pop you".


I then spoke to  (   ) whom advised that she 
just saw that Chris had the firearm but she 
didn't think that it was real. (   ) advised that 
it was never pointed at anyone he just put it 
away.


I then spoke to (   ) whom advised that 
Chris did pull out the firearm and pointed it 
at the girls and put it back in his pocket.





REPORTING OFFICER: RedFern, Jr., 
Chad BADGE NO.: 504





INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 10/23/2018, I went to the West Branch 
High School and spoke with Chris 
Tewksbury in reference to the situation. 
Chris advised that the gun was a BB gun 
and that it was in Joie Teagle's backpack 
and that at no point did he ever have 
possession of the firearm. Chris advised 
that Joie had it and showed it to him.



INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 10/23/2018, I went to the residence of 
Dina Teagle to speak with Joie Teagle. Dina 
advised that she just got home a few 
minutes prior to my arrival and found that 
the vehicle was missing. (See Report 
18010083). I advised Dina of the situation 
and she advised that Joie recently got a 
new BB gun and that the gun was hers. 
Dina advised that she told Joie to get rid of 
the gun before she does something stupid 
and gets in trouble.

Subsequently I made contact with Joie 
Teagle whom was in possession of the 
stolen vehicle. When confronted about the 
BB gun she advised that she knows nothing 
about the event. Joie was taken to the 
station for processing. While being 
processed Joie asked if we were yet to 
charge Chris Tewksburry in reference to the 
charge, and I advised that we have not yet. 
Joie started to talk and then stopped. Joie 
was then taken to JJC.


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 10/23/2018, Chris Tewksbury arrived on 
station with his father to turn himself in due 
to a phone call to his father advising him 
that he was going to be charged in 
reference to the case, Chris advised that 
Joie had the gun, it was hers, and that he 
never touched it. Chris was then taken to 
JJC.


Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010086 
traffic
Heritage Oaks, S 12th St / Geogia

CITED: Paul Smith 
120 Case Rd Beloit OH 44609
expired plates  335.10



On 10/25/18 while in a marked patrol car I 
was travelling south bound on S 12 th St 
when I observed a Red truck travelling 
North on S 12th near Alabama Ave 
repeatedly flash its high beam lights at me. I 
turned around and got behind the vehicle 
and observed as it pulled into the parking 
lot of the closed veterinary office on S 12th 
and parked believing this pattern of 
behavior to be suspicious as I passed the 
vehicle I ran the plate OH HFB7478 and 
pulled into the parking lot of heritage oaks, 
as I did so dispatch advised the plates were 
expired as of 10/04/18. The vehicle a red 
Chevy Truck had now pulled into the 
parking lot of heritage oaks as well and was 
now approaching my cruiser. I passed the 
vehicle and turned around on it initiated a 
stop on the vehicle in the parking lot of 
heritage oaks, and approached the driver 
identified as Paul D Smith and informed him 
for the reason of the stop. I also asked Mr. 
Smith why he was pulling into the parking 
lots of closed businesses at 0130hrs and 
flashing his high beams at me. 

Mr. Smith advised he was trying to warn me 
of deer that were out tonight. Mr. Smith was 
issued a citation for expired plates 335.10 
and given a court date at MCC#3 of 
11/01/18 @ 0900hrs with a personal 
appearance required as he was unable to 
provide proof of insurance.



Ptl. Brindack 507
10/25/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010079
Criminal
Sebring Police Dept


Arrested:  Anthony Calderone 
16184 St Rt 62 Damascus, OH 
Theft M-1    2913.02




On 10/22/2018 I Officer Rober along with 
Sgt Eberling was dispatched to Rocky's 
Drive Thru for a theft report.


On 10122/2018 1 Officer Rober was 
dispatched to Rocky's Drive Thru for a theft 
report. Upon arrival I spoke with Deanna 
Aberegg, Deanna stated to me that a male 
about 5 foot 11 inches tall wearing a gray 
hoodie and sun glasses ran into the drive 
thru grabbed an unknown amount of 
Swisher Sweets and, Black N Mild cigars. 
He then ran down Pennsylvania Ave and up 
16th St and unknown from there.

Deanna then stated to me that she is going 
to call in her boss to pull the tapes. I then 
advised her when her when her boss 
arrives to call us and that we will come 
down and figure more out about the 
incident. I then cleared Rocky's and 
attempted to located the individual with the 
information that was given to me.

After a negative search I returned back to 
Rocky's to obtained a written statement 
from Deanna.

While Deanna was writing her statement 
she told me that her boss won't be in until 
tomorrow and that he will call Chief Harris 
tamorrow. Once she was done with her 
statement I collected it and cleared and 
resumed patrol.




REPORTING OFFICER: Rober, Jr., Jeffrey 
BADGE NO.: 511





On 10/23/2018. I went to Rocky's Drive 
Thru and spoke with the owner Greg 
Rockwell. Greg was able to show me the 
surveillance footage of the male who stole 
the items from the store. Throughout my 
shift, I spoke with several juveniles around 
town some of which included (    ) and (     )  
. I was able to come up with a name of
 (    ) , a 15 YOA male from Damascus who 
attends West Branch High School, who 
allegedly stole the items from the store. I 
received contact information for  (    )  and 
contacted his parents to which they advised 
they would bring him to our station so I 
could speak with him. 

Upon arrival, I spoke with  (    )  father who 
was identified as Jim Calderone. Jim 
advised that  (    ) admitted to stealing the 
packs of cigars from Rocky's Drive Thru 
yesterday as it was supposedly a dare from 
some of his friends.

Jim and  (    )  were very cooperative and 
Jim stated he would pay restitution to the 
victim. Jim advised he just didn't want his 
kid to have a criminal record and wanted 
me to speak with the victim about not 
pursuing charges. 

I contacted the owner, Greg Rockwell by 
phone and advised him of the situation. It 
was agreed upon that Jim wouid go pay 
Greg the restitution for the 8 $99 packs of 
Swisher Sweet Maui Pineapple cigars 
tomorrow and  (    )  would be charged with 
Theft and required to do in house 
community service rather than send over to 
Mahoning County JJC. 

 (    )  was charged with Theft 2953.02 M-3 
and released back to his father Jim and was 
advised that our juvenile officer would be in 
contact with him in regards to the 
community service for the offense.




Sgt. Eberiing #503
10/23/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18010083 
Criminal
1000 West Tennessee Avenue, Sebring 
Ohio



Arrested: Joie Teagle 
285 East Michigan Avenue, Sebring

Grand Theit of a Motor Vehicle F4  2913.02
Possession of Drugs   2925.1
Drug Paraphernalia    2925.14



On 10/23/2018, While investigating case 
number 18010081 It was found that a 
suspect stole a vehicle and had drugs on 
her possession.


While at Dina Teagle's residence, I was 
advised by Dina that she just got home from 
work and she found that her daughter stole 
her car. Dina advised that her daughter is 
not allowed to have the car and she is not 
permitted to drive the car nor has she ever 
had permission in the past due to her not 
having a license.

I advised dispatch that the vehicle was 
indeed stolen and that it needed to entered. 
Dina advised that she believes that her 
daughter may be at Braxton Perkins house. 
I sent Ptl. Scott to the residence and he 
advised that he had the vehicle. Pt1 Scott 
advised that Joie was in the vehicle and she 
was detained.

I arrived on location and spoke to Joie who 
was extrernely confrontational. Upon 
searching the stolen car, Joie's purse was 
left in the car and upon a search it was 
found that Joie had a white powdery 
substance in a clear container, along with a 
baggie with capsules in the baggie, along 
with marijuana, and paraphernalia. 

Joie was arrested and transported to the 
station. Joie was booked and transported to 
JJC.



Redfern 504





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PUBLISHED 5:55PM OCTOBER 27, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
03:39 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010066
TRAFFIC
SR 62 / Bistro 62

CITED: Jaime Runyon, AGE 38
1005 Lake Park Bvld. Sebring, OH
D.U.S.  SCO 335.07



On 10/18/2018 at 7:33pm I Ptl. Scot while 
on patrol was on SR 62 when I observed a 
vehicle pull out of the Oak Ridge motel that 
was being driven by Jaime Runyon who I 
knew to be suspended. I then positioned 
myself behind the veliicle and initiated a 
traffic stop and the vehicIe pulled into the 
Bistro 62 parking lot.

I approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver which was identified as Jaime 
Runyon and Jaime stated that she knew 
why she was stopped and stated that she 
didn't have a License.

I ran Jaime's information to let dispatch 
know who was operating the vehicle and 
dispatch stated that Jaime was suspended 
which I already had knowledge of. I then 
asked Jaime if she would consent to a 
search of her vehicle in which Jaime stated 
yes. The search came up with no 
contraband.

I then wrote Jaime a citation for D.U.S SCO 
335.07 and gave Jaime a court date of 
10/25/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance required. Once Jaime signed 
the citation she was provided with a copy 
and I then let her passenger who was 
identified as Gena Wade who was valid 
operate the vehicle and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
10/18/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010071
TRAFFIC
S. 15th/ US62



CITED: Maridee Costanzo 
155 Genesee Ave. NE Warren, OH 
Speed 51/35   SCO 333-03




On 10/20/2018 at 3:09pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked police cruiser was traveling 
north on S. 15th St, when I observed a 
vehicle traveling south on the same road 
that appeared to be traveling at a high rate 
of speed. I activated my cruisers mounted 
radar unit and observed a read out of 
51mph while in a 35mph zone.

The vehicle passed my cruiser and I then 
turned my cruiser around and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. 15th St . near US RT 62. 
The vehicle was a 2017 Ford 4-S bearing 
Ohio temporary registration G335274.

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I did not 
receive. The driver Iater identified as 
Maridee Costanzo handed me a Federal 
prison identification card. I ran the driver's 
name and information through dispatch and 
confirmed the information.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Maridee a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Maridee a court date of 
10/25/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3. Once 
Maridee signed the citation she was 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
10/20/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010072 
TRAFFIC
E Oregon Ave @ N 14th St, Sebring, OH


CITED:  Joshua McCullough
1786 Third St, BeIoit, OH 44609
DUS - Noncompliance w/ FRA   SCO 
335.07


On Sunday, October 21,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchioqda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 near Circle K. Upon passing Circle K, 
I observed a white Dodge Challenger 
parked in the lot bearing Ohio registration 
HLW4315. Having stopped the vehicle in 
the past and having knowledge the 
registered owner, Joshua McCollough, was 
placed under suspension on October 
19,2018, I relayed the plate through 
dispatch to confirm McCollough's license 
status. Dispatch confirmed McCoullough's 
license status was in fact suspended.

I positioned my marked cruiser on N 14th St 
near the high school and waited for the 
vehicle to leave Circle K. As the vehicle 
proceeded south on N 14th st towards E 
Oregon Ave, I caught up with the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overheard emergency Iights. The white 
Dodge Challenger came to a complete stop 
on E Oregon Ave at N 14th St. Patrolman 
Brindack provided cover and assistance on 
the stop.

Upon approaching the driver, whom I 
recognized to be Joshua McCullough, I 
identified myseIf and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. I requested McCullough 
to provide his driver's license; which he 
provided. While speaking to McCullough, 
Patrolman Brindack made contact with a 
female passenger who did not possess a 
valid driver's license. After verifying 
McCullough's license number through 
dispatch, I was informed McCullough was 
under a noncompliance suspension with an 
FRA attached. I then requested a tow truck 
be sent to the scene and informed 
McCullough to phone a licensed driver to 
pick him and his passenger up.

Patrolman Brindack performed an 
administrative inventory of the vehicle to log 
any valuables or important documents. 
McCullough was issued citation #031342 
for Village Ordinance 335.07 DUS 
-.Noncompliance w/FRA and informed of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 an Thursday, October 
25,2018 at 0900.

Following Springers arrival on scene, 
McCulough and his passenger were 
released from the scene on foot to wait for 
their ride at Circle K. 

Patrolman Brindack and I cleared following 
the removal of the vehicle from the scene.





PtI D. Marchionda #508
10.21.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18410073 
DATE: 10/21/2018 18:45:00



On 10/21/2018,I was dispatched toSouth 
Side park at 300 W Texas Ave for criminal 
damaging.


Upon arrival, I spoke with the complainant 
Aaron D. Summers. Aaron advised he 
called because there was a female who 
rode a horse through the park and its 
hooves left tracks through the grass at the 
park. Aaron advised that Angel Ring told 
him to call to file a report about the damage. 

Aaron advised the horse went west on W 
Texas Ave a short time before he called. I 
checked the area for the horse however 
was unable to locate. Upon checking the 
village ordinance 961.03 Park Rules, it does 
not appear that the person riding the horse 
violated the park rules. The alleged damage 
was just from weight of the horse on soft 
ground sinking in to the mud. 

Aaron advised it should able to be fixed 
fairly easy. The person riding the horse was 
unable to be identified so therefore this 
case will be closed.



Sgt. Eberling #503
10/21/2018




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PUBLISHED 4:30PM OCTOBER 23, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com   

Sunday, October 21, 2018
09:52 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-030037 
DATE: 10/10/2018 13:54:00



On 10/10/2018 I was dispatched to Circle K 
for a private property accident.

Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Shawn Carver, 376 W. Ohio 
Ave.  Shawn advised he was attempting to 
park his white color Dodge station wagon.  
Shawn then advised the second vehicle a 
white in color Dodge station wagon bearing 
Oh registration GYW8010 backed out of a 
parking spot and hit the front right side of 
his car causing damage to the passenger 
front door, quarter panel, and mirror.

I made contact with the driver of the second 
vehicle identified as Joshua Hamrnond, 507 
W. Oregon Ave. Joshua advised the same 
as Shawn. 

I advised both parties a report would be 
completed and could be picked up at the 
police station, I then cleared.




Ptl. Kelm #505




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010043
Traffic/ Improper Passing
200 BIk of E. Ohio Ave



CITED: Sandra James
5941 Apple Crest Dr, Boardman 44512
Improper Passing 331.07




The suspect vehicle was traveling East on 
E. Ohio Ave and was passing and 
overtaking another vehicle that was 
attempting to turn Ieft into the parking lot of 
205 E. Ohio Ave. The vehicle struck the 
vehicle turning into the parking lot and was 
cited for Improper Passing 331.07. 

The driver of the suspect vehile was given a 
court in Mcc#3 on 10/18/18 at 9am.



Ptl S.T. McDaniel 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18010050
Criminal
115 E. Indiana Ave. Sebring, OH


Arrest: Hunter Prendergast
Criminal Damaging ORC 2909.06 M-2 
Disorderly Conduct W / Persist ORC 
2917.11(E) M-4 



On 10/13/2018 I Ptl Scott responded to 115 
E. Indiana Ave. in reference to a fight.

Upon my arrival I met with Hunter 
Prendergast who stated that the group of 
people in the back had chased him 
attempting to jump him and requested me 
to go talk to them. While I was making 
contact with the individuals In the back I 
heard breaking glass and one of the 
residents came out and yelled that Hunter 
just punched their front door window out. 
Hunter then came out and began scream 
and swear at the individuals in the next 
duplex.


I gave Hunter lawful to stop in which he did 
not and I then placed Hunter in custody for 
disorderly conduct with persist. Hunter then 
said he knocked on the window and it 
broke. I then gained statements from the 
other individuals and determined that 
Hunter did not knock on the window he 
struck it. I then advised Hunter that he will 
be facing charges of criminal damaging as 
well and read Hunter his rights and then 
placed him in the rear of my cruiser.


Hunter was transported to the station where 
he was processed by photographed and 
fingerprints and was given a recognizance 
bond for criminal damaging M-2 ORC 
2909.06 and Disorderly Conduct with 
Persist ORC 2917 .11(E)M-4 and was given 
a recognizance bond of $1,500.00 and was 
released.



Ptl. Scott #506
10/13/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010055
Speed
S 12th st Near E Georgia Ave



CITED: Krista Colvin
9408 Wayne Bridge Rd, Lisbon,
Speed (51/35)   333.03



On 10/15/2018 I Officer Rober while in 
marked unit 301 conducting stationary radar 
on S 12th St and E Georgia Ave when I 
observed a silver in color SUV that 
appeared to be traveling above the posted 
speed limit. I then activated the mounted 
radar (Python 111) located in 301 and got a 
locked speed of 51 MPH in a post 35 MPH 
zone. I then activated my emergency lights 
and got conducted a traffic stop of the 
vehicle. 

Once the vehicle was stopped I identified 
the driver as Krista Colvin. Krista stated to 
me that she was not paying attention to her 
speed and that she was just taking her 
brothers kids home. I then issued a Citation 
(#031161) to Krista and gave her a court 
date of 11/1/2028 at MCC #3. 

Upon nothing further I cleared and resumed 
patrol.




Ptl. Rober 511
10/15/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010046 
Warrant
436 N. 18th St, Sebring, OH 44672


Arrest: Andrew Culp Jr. 
436 N. 18th St, Sebring, OH 44672
Warrant - Columbiana County



On 10/12/2018 I Ptl. Scott while on a call 
discovered one of the parties had an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County.



One of the parties involved was Andrew 
Culp Jr, who had the warrant and 
Columbiana County stated that they would 
meet an officer for a prisoner exchange. 
Andrew was taken into custody and was 
taken to the station and from there was 
transported to Westville lake Rd. at the 
Subway by Ptl. Peterman and Andrew was 
taken into custody by the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Office.



Ptl. Scott #506
10/12/2018




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PUBLISHED 10:49AM OCTOBER 21, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  

Saturday, October 20, 2018
04:16 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009080 
DATE: 09/18/2018 14:00:00



Chief Harris #502


On this date Brandy Swift called to report 
that she believes someone took her Child 
support card from her wallet while she was 
at Rocky's Drive-thru working. She will 
come in and give a statement.


REPORTING OFFICER: Joshua Kelm, 
(BADGE NO.: 505 (DATE: 09/20/2018 
13:09


On 9/26/2018 Brandy came to the police 
station with her Ohio e-QuickPay account 
information. Brandy had highlighted several 
transactions that were for purchases she 
did not make. Unauthorized purchases 
were made at Rocky's Drive-thru, Circle K 
Sebring, Circle K Alliance, Dollar General 
Beloit, Sheetz Alliance, and Giant Eagle 
Alliance, as well as an ATM withdraw, all of 
which amounts to $171.01.



On 9/30/2018 I responded to Circle K to 
review video of the transactions. The store 
manager was unable to find the 
transactions that took place at the store and 
advised they must have been purchases 
made at the gas pump.



On 10/2/2018 I responded to Dollar General 
to review video of the transactions. I spoke 
to the store manager who attempted to find 
the transactions but was unable to.

I then responded to Giant Eagle and spoke 
to the Loss Prevention manager. After 
giving the information I had on the 
transaction made at Giant Eagle he was 
able to find video of the transaction.

In the video there is an unidentified female 
who makes a purchase which matches the 
transaction shown on Brandy's statements. 
A photo was taken and will be placed with 
the case file.

I attempted to make contact with Brandy to 
see if she would be able to identify the 
female from the video. I was unable to 
make contact and I am waiting for her to 
call back or come to the station to identify 
the suspect.


On 10/9/2018 I made contact with a 
representative with e-Quickpay. I advised 
them of the situation. I was advised that 
although there are transactions showing on 
Brandy's statement it does not mean they 
cleared. I was also advised the money 
Brandy is missing could still possibly be in 
her account. I was then advised that if 
Brandy made a claim the incident would be 
investigated by them and the funds would 
be returned to her account. 

This case will now be closed.




OFFICER: Joshua Kelm, BADGE NO.: 505 
DATE: 10/03/2018 12:51





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009117
Summons
Melissa  Aber 
436 N. 16th St. Sebring, OH 44672


Littering/Deposit of Trash   SCO 521.08(B)



On 09/25/2018 I Ptl. Scott received a 
property complaint for trash and a junk 
vehicle at 436 N. 16th St.


I arrived at the residence and observed a 
vehicle that appeared to be sitting in the 
yard for an extended amount of time and 
also there was trash and rubbish around the 
yard including seats that were removed 
from vehicles sitting in the yard as well.

I then ran the plate of the vehicle and 
dispatch advised me that the vehicles 
registration expired in January of 2018. I 
issued a trash letter and a junk vehicle letter 
to Phillip and Melissa Abes and told them if 
they needed more time to call the police 
department, I also gave them my name so if 
they had questions to call and ask far me.


On 10/02/2018 I arrived at this residence 
and observed that there was still trash in 
the yard. I also ran the vehlcles license 
plate that was in the yard which last week 
had expired registration. The vehicles 
registration was valid. I then wrote a minor 
misdemeanor citation Littering / Deposit of 
trash SCO 521.08(B) for Melissa Aber.

I gave Melissa a court date of 10/11/2018 at 
9:00am for MCCW and once Melissa 
signed the citation she was provided with a 
copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
10/2/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010032 
Criminal
Alliance Community Hospital


ARRESTED: Allen Reed 
175 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672
Domestic Violence F-4  ORC 2919.25(A)




On 10/09/2018 I Ptl. Scott along with Sgt. 
Eberling responded 175 W. Ohio Ave. for a 
domestic situation between two males.


On 10/9/2018, I was dispatched to 175 W 
Ohio Ave to assist Ptl. Scott with a domestic 
violence incident. Upon arrival, I observed 
Allen Reed sitting on the front porch 
speaking with Ptl. Scott. Allen had a small 
amount of blood coming from his right hind 
near his knuckles. I went inside to check on 
the other party who was identified as 
Donald G. Hill. Donald was laying in his bed 
with his wife and had blood all around his 
lips and on his face. Donald pulled his 
bottom lip down which revealed a rather 
large gouge taken out of the inside of his lip 
from getting hit in the mouth. 

Donald advised he was outside in the 
garage working on a vehicle when Allen 
came out and began arguing with him. 
Donald advised that Allen struck him in the 
face and stomped on his ankles, which he 
believed were broken. Donald advised he 
came inside and laid down in bed next to 
his wife at which point Allen allegedly came 
in and got on top of him and began 
punching him in the face again. Donald 
advised he reached up an'd pushed Allen 
off of him which resulted in the scratches 
that were around Allen's upper chest and 
neck area. Donald advised he needed 
medical attention and did wish to pursue 
domestic violence charges against Allen. 

Sebring First Responders were requested 
and arrived on scene and subsequently 
transported Donald to Alliance Community 
Hospital for treatment. Donald signed the 
domestic charge against Allen and photos 
were taken of his injuries and placed in the 
case file.



Ptl. Scott and I then continued speaking 
with Allen who advised he had pain all over 
his body and requested medical attention. 

Sebring First Responders arrived on scene 
and transported Allen to Alliance 
Community Hospital for stitches to his hand 
and evaluation of his alleged pain. Once 
Allen was discharged from Alliance 
Community Hospital, Ptl. Scott went up and 
placed him under arrest for Domestic 
Violence and transported him back to 
headquarters for processing. PtJ. 
Marchionda then transported Allen to 
Mahoning County Jail with the discharge 
papenvork from the hospital. 

Allen was very combative therefore his DNA 
was not collected at the time of arrest and 
will be collected either by the jail or at his 
arraignment. Allen's domestic violence 
charge was elevated to a F-4 due to a 
recent prior domestic conviction with the 
same victim.


Sgt. Eberling #503
10/9/2018




Upon my arrival I observed one of the 
individuals Allen Reed sitting on the front 
porch and also observed a large cut on his 
knuckles of his right hand that was bleeding 
profusely. Sgt. Eberling soon arrived and 
went inside to talk to the other individual 
involved which was Allen's step father 
Donald Hill which was the other male 
involved. I asked Allen what happened and 
Allen stated that Donald was choking him 
and bit his hand which caused it to bleed. 
Allen was highly intoxicated and changed 
his story multiple times and at some points I 
was not able to comprehend what Allen was 
trying to say due to him being intoxicated.

Sgt. Eberling stated that Donald had a large 
cut on his lip and a swollen ankle and 
stated that Allen's mother witnessed parts 
of the altercation. I then talked to Allen's 
mother Karen Hill who stated that she was 
lying in bed while Donald was in the garage 
working on a vehicle when Allen came into 
her room and stated he was going outside 
to take care of Donald and fix the vehicle 
himself because Donald didn't know what 
he was doing. Karen stated that there was a 
physical altercation between Donald and 
Allen in the garage. Karen stated after the 
altercation Donald came inside and laid 
next to Karen when Allen came into the 
room and got on top of Donald and began 
striking him in the face and Karen provided 
a written statement.



Donald grabbed Allen's neck while Allen 
was striking him which caused marks 
around Allen's neck. Allen wound on his 
knuckles was deep and appeared to be a 
result of punching Donald in the mouth. 
Donald signed for charges of Domestic 
Violence against Allen Reed and was then 
transported to Alliance Community 
HospiEal. Allen then complained of multiple 
injuries and requested to be taken to the 
hospital by ambulance.


Sebring Fire then arrived and transported 
Allen Reed to Alliance Community Hospital. 
I was then notified that Allen had been 
cleared from the hospital and I then went to 
the hospital to arrest Allen Reed for 
domestic violence. I signed papenwork as 
requested by the nurse and then told Allen 
to stand up and put his hands behind his 
back in which Allen stated that he was 
going to kill himself and then pulled the 
string from his shorts and attempted to wrap 
it around his neck in which I grabbed the 
string from Allen and pulled Allen up and 
placed him in hand restraints. Allen was 
resistive and had to be forced to the cruiser 
where I transpotted Allen back to the station 
where Ptl. Marchionda transported Allen to 
the county jail. Allen was being combative 
and as a result DNA was not collected and 
the sheriffs office will need to do so.


Allen is scheduled to appear in Mahoning 
County Court #3 10/11/2018 at 9:00am on 
one count of domestic violence a F-4 due to 
a prior conviction. The prior conviction 
involved the same victim Case #2 8006024.



Ptl. Scott #506 
10/09/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-010036 
DATE: 10/3/2018 10:45:00



On 10-10-2018 I was met on station for 
criminal damage.



I made contact with the complainant Angela 
Ring. Angela advised sometime between 
1800hrs 10/9 and 0800hrs 10/10 someone 
had driven through the grass at South Side 
Park causing ruts. Angela advised she did 
not know who would have caused the 
damage.  Angela also advised there in no 
camera system at the park. Angela advised 
she just wanted to make the police 
department aware of the incident. Angela 
sent several photos via email which will be 
saved in the appropriate folder.


Ptl. Kelm #505
10/10/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010039
Criminal
N Johnson Rd./ W Oregon Ave., Sebring, 
Oh


ARRESTED: Betsi Wade
1400 Chevington Cir., Zanesville, Oh
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia M-4  
2925.14
Possession of Controlled Substance 
(Marijuana MM  2925.11A(C)(3)(a) 
DUS - Non-Compliance   4510.11



On 10/10/2018, I initiated a traffic stop on a 
vehicle on N Johnson Rd at W Oregon Ave.

Sgt. Eberling #503



On 10/10/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a female 
operating a vehicle whom I knew to be 
suspended. Dispatch confirmed that Betsi R 
Wade was suspended and I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle she was operating 
on N Johnson Rd at W Oregon Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, bearing Ohio 
plate GTM7021, I made contact with the 
driver who was Betsi R. Wade and her 
passenger who was identified as Ryan A. 
George. Ptl. Scott arrived on scene to assist 
me with the traffic stop. Betsi confirmed she 
did not have a valid license and was just 
leaving her friends house at 595 W Ohio 
Ave, Due to Betsi and Ryan both not having 
a valid driver's license, springer's Towing 
was requested to remove the vehicle from 
the roadway. A pre-tow inventory of the 
vehicle was completed prior to the tow. 

During the inventory multiple narcotic 
related items were located beside and 
underneath the drivers seat. The items 
were a clear glass smoking pipe with white 
powdery residue, two small broken glass 
pipes, and a small bag of marijuana.

Betsi advised she would take the charge for 
the items and knew they were under her 
seat. Betsi advised her boyfriend Ryan 
George was on probation out of Stark 
County and did not want him to get in 
trouble for being in the vehicle with the 
items. Betsi was placed under arrest for 
possessing drug paraphernalia for the glass 
pipe. Betsi advised she uses it to ingest 
methamphetamine and tries te hide it from 
her boyfriend.


Springer's arrived on scene and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway and Betsi was 
transported to headquarters for processing. 
Betsi was processed and released on her 
own recognizance with a court date at MCC 
#3 on 10/11/2018 at 0900 hours. Betsi was 
charged with Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia 2925.14 M-4, Possession of 
Controlled Substance (Marijuana) 2925.11 
MM, and DUS Non-Compliance 4510.11. 

The glass pipe with the residue will be sent 
to the lab for analysis with additional 
charges pending the lab results.



Sgt. Eberling #503
10/10/2018




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PUBLISHED 5:15PM OCTOBER 20, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  

Saturday, October 13, 2018
05:15 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010003 
Traffic
629 Eddy Lane North Benton, OH 44449


CITED: John Kropolinsky 
Driving Through RR Crossing Gates (M-4)  
331.39



On 10/2/2018, I was dispatched to the 
railroad crossing on Johnson Rd near 
California Ave for a vehicle that crashed 
through the crossing gate. Dispatch advised 
the vehicle failed to stop and was being 
followed by the caller who relayed the Ohio 
plate DZX7576. Dispatch advised the caller, 
identified only as Michael, stated the white 
Acura had significant damage to the front 
windshield.

Dispatch also relayed the call to Smith 
Township Police since the vehicle was now 
traveling through their jurisdiction.

Smith Township was unable to locate the 
vehicle. Upon arrival at the crossing, I 
observed the crossing gate on the 
southside of the tracks was hocked off and 
laying on the ground. Dispatch contacted 
Norfolk Southern who advised they would 
have a crew en route to fix the gate. I then 
spoke with a special agent with Norfolk 
Southern Police who covers this area and 
advised them of the situation. They 
requested the case number along with our 
dispatch phone number. I advised them a 
crash report would be completed and the 
driver would be issued a citation.

I then drove to the registered owner's 
address at 629 Eddy Lane North Benton, 
Oh to make contact with the driver of the 
vehicle. Upon arrival, I spoke with the 
registered owner of DX7576 who was 
identified as John Kropolinsky. John 
advised he knew he hit the crossing gate 
however didn't think it did any damage so 
he continued on driving home. John 
advised he hit the gate prior to the train 
arriving and was thankful he didn't get hit by 
the train. 

I observed John's 2018 Acura to have 
significant damage to the front windshield 
and the paint was scraped off the hood of 
the vehicle. John was subsequently issued 
a citation for Driving Through RR Crossing 
Gates 331.39 SCO and advised of his court 
date at MCG #3 on 10/11/2018 at 0900 
hours. John was able to provide valid proof 
of insurance at the time the citation was 
issued.



Sgt. Eberling #503





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010006
TRAFFIC
400 Block of E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio



CITED: William Ryan 
16300 Garfield Rcl, Salem, OH 44460
Obedience to Traffic Control Device SCO 
313.01



On Wednesday, October 3,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was on patrol in 
marked unit #302 on the east side of the 
village. While stopped on N 12th St at the 
functioning flashing red traffic light at E 
Ohio Ave, I observed a black Chevrolet 
hatchback fail to stop and proceed east 
through tlie intersection. I immediately 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and turned east onto E Ohio Ave to initiate 
a traffic stop. 

The vehicle, a black Chevrolet hatchback 
bearing Ohio registration GUW3488, came 
to a complete stop in the 400 block of E 
Ohio Ave. Upon making contact with the 
driver, identified as William Ryan, I informed 
him of the reason for the stop. Ryan 
immediately recognized me as the same 
officer who stopped and cited him on 
Thursday, September 27,2018 for the same 
traffic vioIation. I requested Ryan to provide 
me with his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Ryan 
provided me with all of the aforementioned 
documentation.

Ryan was issued citation #031337 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, October 11,2018 at 0900,


PtI D. Marchionda #508
10.3.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
REPORT DATE: 10/03/2018 00:42:00
Case No.: 18010007
WARRANT
CircIe K 205 E Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672


ARRESTED: Christopher Wilke 
13993 W Pine Lake Rd Salem OH 44460 
LKA
Failure ta Appear



On this date I was parked stationary in the 
parking lot of Gioninos Pizza across the 
street from Circle K. While parked there I 
obsetved Christopher Wilke walk out of 
Circle K and get in the driver seat of a white 
Mitsubishi eclipse parked at Circle K. I 
believed Chris to be suspended so I asked 
dispatch for his driving status. Dispatch 
advised that Chris was suspended and had 
a warrant out of Alliance for Possession of 
drugs. Dispatch also advised that we were 
in the pick up radius and Alliance did want 
him. 

I then made contact with Chris who was 
now standing outside of Circle K with his 
girlfriend later identified as Cheyenne Dawn 
Watson. Chris's identity was confirmed via 
social and he was placed in custody for his 
warrant. Chris was transported by Ptl. 
Marchioncla to Ralph's deli where Chris 
was taken into custody by Alliance Police 
Department. 

After Ptl. Marchionda cleared dispatch 
advised that Cheyenne Watson had a 
warrant out of Portage County. Portage 
advised they did not want her. I advised 
Cheyenne of her warrant and cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010008 
TRAFFIC 
W Ohio Ave near Village Limits


CITED: Dominic Florea
59 Oakwood Dr, Beloit, OH 44609
Obedience to Traffic Control Device(s)   
SCO 313.01



On Wednesday, October 3,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
grey truck approach the intersection from 
the east, coast past the posted stop sign 
and continue west through the intersection 
without coming to a complete stop. I pulled 
out from my location, turned west onto W 
Ohio Ave and initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights 
and audible siren.

The vehicle, a grey Ford F-150 bearing 
Ohio registration GEW8236, came to a 
complete stop on W Ohio Ave at the Village 
Limits. Upon making contact wit11 the 
driver, identified as Dominic Florea, I 
identified myself and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. I requested Florea to 
provide me with his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insurance. Florea 
provided me with all of the aforementioned 
documentation.

Florea was issued citation #031338 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device(s) and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, October 11,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
10.3.2028




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010013 
traffic
135 E Ohio Ave Sebring OH



CITED: Derrick McDonaId
486 W Main St Alliance OH
OVI SFST    4511.19A1A
OVI high tier 4511.19A1H
DUS License Forfiture 5410.11



On 10/04/2018 I Ptl. Brindack was on 
station when Ptl. Marchionda was assisting 
OSHP Trooper Baker with an OVI. Trooper 
Baker along with Ptl. Marchionda came 
back to the station. Trooper Baker had one 
male in custody. While Baker was 
processing the male a vehicle pulled into 
our parking lot and they were here to pick 
up the male In Trooper Bakers custody. A 
female exited the passenger side of the 
vehicle a dark colored Ford hatchback 
bearing OH HMM1797. I signal the driver of 
the vehicle to approach me, as the male 
identified as suspended Derrick Lee 
McDonald exited the driver seat and 
approached me. As Derrick approached it 
became appafent he was highly intoxicated. 
Derrick had a strong odor of alcoholic 
beverage on his breath. I asked Derrick if 
he had consumed any alcohol prior to 
operating the vehicle. Derrick advised he 
had a 12 pack of beer only one hour before 
driving. I then asked Derrick if he would 
perform field sobriety testing to which he 
advised he would.


I first had Derrick stand straight up with his 
hands to his side and feet together and I 
used my pen as a stimulus and checked for 
equal pupil size, equal trackng, and a 
resting nystagrnus. Derrick did not have a 
resting nystagmus, both of Derricks eyes 
tracked equally, and both of Derricks pupils 
were of equal size. I then asked Derrick if 
he had any medical or physical problems 
that would inhibit him for taking the tests in 
which Derrick stated he had nothing that 
would inhibit him from taking the test.

I then gave Derrick the instructions for the 
first test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus and once I gave Derrick the 
instructions I asked him if he understood in 
which Derrick stated that he did understand. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: hack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, distinct nystagrnus at maximum 
deviation in both eyes, and onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both eyes.


The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Derrick stand straight up with his hands 
to his side and his right foot in front of his 
left and had Derrick stay in this position until 
I told him to. Once I finished giving the 
instructions I asked Derrick if understood in 
which Derrick stated that he did. Once test 
began I observed the following clues: 
stopped while walking, didn't touch heel to 
toe, stepped off line, improper turn, and lost 
balance.


The next and last test was the one leg 
stand and Derrick stand straight with his 
arms to his side and his feet together. Once 
I finished giving the instructions I asked 
Derrick if he understood in which Derrick 
stated that he did. Once the test began I 
observed the following clues: Swayed while 
balancing, used arms to balance, and put 
foot down three times.


After testing based on test results I arrested 
Derrick far suspicion of OVI. I escorted 
Derrick to our police station, where he was 
read an OH BMV 2255 form and asked to 
submit to both a breath and urine test. 
Derrick agreed to both. At this time Ptl. 
Scott who was on station finishing reports 
decided to stay and administer a breathe 
test. Derrick gave a breath sample and the 
result was a point .187 BAC. Ptl. 
Marchionda offered to administer a urine 
sample while Derricks pape work was 
completed. Urine was sealed and put in to 
the refrigerator. Derrick was fingerprinted 
and photographed and then given recog 
with bail set a $1000.00 for OVI SFST and 
OVI greater than -17 which he signed an 
was given a copy of along with copies of his 
OH 2255 form and a citation for both OVI 
offenses and driving under suspension. 

Derrick was advised he was now under ALS 
suspension and given a court date of at 
MCC#3 10/04/18 at 0900hrs with a 
personal appearance required.


Ptl. Brindack 507
10/04/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18010014
TRAFFIC
ALLEY 600 Block W Ohio Ave / N Johnson 
Rd


CITED: Jeffrey Harper
1005 Lake Park Blvd Lot 35, Sebring, OH
Obedience to Traffic Control Device SCO 
313.01




On Thursday, October 4,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on N 
Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
white truck approach the intersection from 
the east and fail to stop at the posted stop 
sign before turning north on N Johnson Rd. 
I immediately activated my overhead 
emergency lights and pulled out from my 
location to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, 
a white Dodge truck bearing Ohio 
registration HTF5216, came to a complete 
stop in the alley behind the 600 block of W 
Ohio Ave off N Johnson Rd.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jeffrey Harper, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Harper to provide me 
with his driver's license and insurance 
information. Harper provided me with both 
documents.

Harper was issued citation #031339 for 
Village Ordinance 313-01 Obedience to 
Traffic Control Device and advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, October 18,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508 




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009141 
Traffic




CITED: Danielle Griffy 
335 W New York Ave Sebring, OH
Speed   SCO 333.03




On 09/29/2018 at 4:36pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol was traveling east on St. Rt. 62 
when I observed a vehicle traveling west on 
the same road near S. 12th St. that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a reading 
of 69 mph while in a 55 mph zone.

I activated my emergency overhead lights 
and preformed a U-turn and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. 15th St. just north of St. Rt. 
62.

The vehicle 2008 white ford truck bearing 
Ohio registration (HJA7369). I exited my 
cruiser and approached the driver and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof insurance in which I received a11 
of and was able to identify the driver as 
Danielle Griffy.

I then wrote Danielle a traffic citation for 
ORC 4511.21 and gave Danielle a court 
date of 10/11/2028 at 9:00am with a 
persona1 appearance not required. Once 
Danielle signed the citation I provided her 
with a copy and then cleared.




Ptl. Scott #506
09/29/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009055
Criminal
606 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring



ARRESTED:  Brian Tewksbury 
336 E. Indiana Ave. Scbring
Litter/Deposit of Trash/MM  521.08(b)




On 09/13/28 I noticed trash at 336 E Indian 
Ave.
Ptl. Brindack 507



Upon arrival I observed trash and furniture 
all along the west side of the house and 
porch. A trash letter was written to Brian 
Tewksbury and secured to the front door. 
This house has had trash letters before 
however the trash letter was delivered in 
that case to Mark Mueller who the trash 
belonged to however Mark no longer lives 
at the house and in that case it was cleaned 
up in time. Brian will be given 5 days to 
comply or he will be cited.



Ptl. Brindack 507
09/13/18




On 10/4/2018 I was advised Brian 
Tewksbury was at MCC#3. I responded and 
made contact with Brian. I advised Brian he 
was being cited for violation of SCO 
521.08(b) Littering, Deposit of Trash. I also 
advised Brian of his court date on 
10/11/2018 at 0900hrs. Brian advised he 
understood. After Brian signed the citation 
and received his copy, I cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
10/4/2018




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PUBLISHED 6:10PM OCTOBER 13, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  

Friday, October 05, 2018
01:34 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
REPORT DATE: 09/17/2018 12:09:00
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009075 
Criminal / Warrant 
135 E. Ohio Ave.


ARREST: Zachary Hubbs
176 W. Indiana Ave. Sebring, OH 
Burglary {WARRANT) ORC 2911.12A2



On 9/17/2018 I das dispatched to 226 W. 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a burglary.


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Michelle Hall. Michelle advised 
Zach Hubbs previously stayed at her house 
from January 2018- May 2018. Michelle 
advised Zach has since established 
residency at another residence. Michelle 
then advised she was gone from 
the'residence and Zach used her spare key 
to enter the residence and do his laundry 
without her permission.

Michelle then advised when she arrived 
home Zach was leaving with multiple bags 
she assumed were laundry. Michelle then 
advised after Zach left she noticed 2 
tablets, a speaker, wireless headphones, 
and approximately $40 in change was 
missing.

Michelle advised Zach later informed her he 
borrowed the carpet scrubber that was at 
her house which belongs to her sister. 
Michelle advised she messaged Zach at 
1500hrs and told him to bring back the 
scrubber. Michelle advised Zach replied that 
he brought it and put it in her car. Michelle 
advised her car was totalled on 9-10-18 and 
is at a tow lot.

Michelle then advised there was no carpet 
scrubber in the vehicle at the time it was 
towed.


This case will be forwarded to Prosecutor 
Tolson for a possible burglary charge.


Ptl. Kelm #505





On 9/20/2018 Prosecutor Theresa Tolson 
approved a charge of 
Burglary/2911.12A2/F2. A copy of the 
approval will be placed in the case file. A 
state complaint has been typed and taken 
to MCC#3.



Ptl. Kelm #505
9/20/2018




INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 09/29/2018 While I Ptl. Scott was on 
station Zachary Hubbs came to station to 
turn himself on a warrant. Zachary was then 
taken to the back and told that he was 
under arrest for the warrant and was read 
his rights to him by me. 

Zachary was fingerprinted and 
photographed and then given his copy of 
the warrant. Zachary was then transported 
to the Mahoning County Jail by Ptl. 
Peterman #514.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/30/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-010001 
DATE: 10/01/2018 00:30:00



On 10/1/2018 I, Ptl. Hughey, was 
dispatched to 216 W Ohio Ave. for a 
Criminal Damage report. Upon my arrival I 
was met by Payge Benedetti who advised 
that her license plate was stolen and her 
vehicle was keyed. She advised that she 
parked her car on the street in front of 207 
W. Ohio Ave. around 0100 on 9/30/2018. 
The vehicle had the license plate on it at 
that time and no damage to the body of the 
vehicle. She advised that she went to work 
on 10/1/2018 and noticed the plate was 
gone and the vehicle was keyed on the rear 
bumper and trunk area upon her arrival at 
work. 

Upon further inspection of the vehicle it was 
found that the roof of the vehicle was keyed 
as well. She was advised to get a ride to the 
BMV in the morning to replace the plate. 
She was also advised to move the vehicle 
off the roadway. 

I cleared the scene with no further action 
taken.



Pt!. Hughey #513
10/1/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009146 
DATE: 09/30/2018 19:25:00




On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
325 W. Virginia Ave ref to a Burning 
complaint. I arrived and found a small fire in 
a pit between 315 and 325 W Virginia Awe. 
I attempted to make contact at 325 but no 
one would answer. I observed only brush to 
be burning, but a bag of suspected garbage 
was sitting in the area of the fire.  I cleared 
and will keep an eye on the fire.



REPORTING OFFICER: Steven McDaniel, 
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SEBRKNG POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009143 
Traffic 
N. 15th St. / Oregon Ave.


CITED: Rhenna Hanna 
228 W. Maryland Ave. Sebring OH
Tail Lights SCO 337.04
DUS SCO 335.07



On 09/29/2018 at 10:03pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol was traveling south on N. 15th St. 
when I observed a vehicle traveling ahead 
of me that had no functioning taillights. I 
then initiated a traffic stop on N. 15th st. 
and Oregon Ave. the vehicle was a 2007 
blue Honda station wagon bearing Ohio 
registration (FXS3664).

I approached the vehic/e and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop in which the 
driver forgot to turn on the lights and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
and identified the driver as Rhenna Hanna 
which dispatch advised me that she was 
suspended.

I then wrote Rhenna a traffic citation for tail 
lights SCO 337.04 and driving under 
suspension SCO 335.07 and gave Rhenna 
a court date of 10/11/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required for MCC#3. 

The registered owner then arrived Jerry 
Ridgeway and drove the vehicle. Once 
Rhenna signed the citation she was 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/29/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009142
TRAFFIC 
SOUTH 12TH ST. NEAR BAUGH ST.

CITED: EDWARD MCKENNA 
974 PARKSIDE DRIVE
SPEED  SCO 333.03




On 09/29/2018 at 1725 I, Patrolman 
Peterman, was doing speed enforcement at 
South 12th ST. near Baugh St. when I 
spotted a vehicle going in excess of the 
speed limit.

I estimated the vehicle at 52MPH, and 
when I used the hand held radar device on 
the suspect vehicle it showed the vehicle 
going 55MPM in a 35MPH zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop and made contact with Edward 
Joesph V. Mckenna, the registered owner 
and operator of the vehicle at the time of 
the stop and asked for documents which I 
was presented with. 

Dispatch advised driver was valid. I issued 
Edward with a citation of 333.03 Speeding, 
with a court date of October 4,2018 at 
9:00am. Edward was advised the court 
appearance was not mandatory. I then 
cleared the call at 1740.



PTL. Peterman #514
09/29/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009139 
DATE: 09/29/2018 11:49




Dispatched to the Oak Ridge Hotel to check 
the welfare of animals in a vehicle.



On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
the parking lot at Perkins ref to a Animal 
welfare check, I arrived and spoke to the 
reportee one Elisa Stoker, and she advised 
me that there was 2 Dogs and a cat inside a 
white van in front of Rm  25. I found the 
animals inside a white Ford bearing Ohio 
registration G496904. I found the doors and 
windows partially open and I obsenred food 
and water inside the vehicle. 

I made contact with the owner of the vehicle 
one Raymond L Grantham who was staying 
in Room 24, Mr. Grantham was advised of 
the complaint and he advised me that he 
and his girlfriend has been taking the dogs 
out approx. every hour and they have been 
keeping the watered and fed. I checked 
inside the vehicle and the dogs was found 
to be ok, and the inside of the vehicle was 
found to be cool. I advised the owner to 
keep a eye on the animals and he advised 
he would.



REPORTING OFFICER: McDaniel, Steven 
BADGE NO.: 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009137
Traffic/Speed
S.12th St and Alabama Ave



CITED: Shawn Fogarascher
1522 Wade Ave Alliance
Speed 49/35  333.031


On this date, 09/29/18 at 1109 Hrs, I 
observed a Gry GMC Sierra pick up 
traveling North on S. 12th St near Alabama 
Ave. I observed the vehicle traveling at a 
visibly high rate of speed and was clocked 
via the hand held Radar at 49 Mph in a 
clearly posted 35 Mph Zone.

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was 
identified as one Shawn M Fogatascher. 
The driver was issued a citation for speed, 
and was given a court date in Mcc#3 on 
10/11/18 at 9am.




Ptl. S.T.McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009135
TRAFFIC
500 Block of W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH



CITED:  Judy Irvin 
129 Marcia Dr, Austintown, OH 44515
Obedience to Traffic Control Device(s)  
SCO 313.01




On Saturday, September 29,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I heard a 
vehicle approaching from the west and then 
saw the vehicle proceed through the 
intersection, failing to stop at the posted 
stop signs and functioning flashing red 
traffic light. I immediately activated my 
overhead emergency lights, audible siren 
and turned east onto W Ohio Ave to initiate 
a traffic stop.


The vehicle, a gold Chevrolet Equinox 
bearing Ohio registration FBB8152, came to 
a complete stop in the 500 block of W Ohio 
Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Judy Irvin, I informed her of the 
reason for the stop and subsequently 
identified myself. Irvin stated she didn't 
realize there was a stop sign or flashing red 
traffic Iight at the intersection. I requested 
Irvin to provide me with her driver's license 
and insurance information. Iwin provided 
me with both of the aforementioned 
documentation.

Irvin was issued citation #031336 for Village 
Ordinance 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Devices and advised of her 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, October 11,2018 at 0900.



PB D. Marchionda #508
9.29.2018




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Friday, October 05, 2018
11:52 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009133
Traffic
Sebring Friends Church


CITED:  Nathan Hawkins
335 S. 18th St. Sebring, OH 44672
Marked Lanes ORC 4511.33
OVI SFST  ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(a)



On 09/28/2018 at 9:48pm I made a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of the driver 
for OVI.
Ptl. Scott #506


On 09/28/2018 at 9:48pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol was traveling north on S. Johnson 
Rd. when I observed a vehicle traveling in 
front of me swerving left and right in his 
lane and then go off the right side of the 
road. I initiated a traffic stop in the parking 
lot of the Sebring Friends Church on S. 
Johnson Rd. The vehicle was a 1998 
Chevrolet 2-S bearing Ohio registration 
(GST4819).

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason of stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received and was 
able to identify the driver as Nathan 
Hawkins. Nathan displayed droopy eyelids, 
drowsy behavior, and sluggish constricted 
pupits while it was night and had no 
reaction to light.

I then asked the driver if he used any drugs 
of abuse prior to driving and Nathan stated 
no. I then had him exit the vehicle for fieid 
sobriety testing. I asked if Nathan had any 
medical or physical conditions in which 
Nathan stated that he had none. I explained 
to Nathan the proper position with his feet 
together and hands to his side and checked 
for equal pupil size, a resting nystagmus 
and equal tracking. Nathan did not have a 
resting nystagmus, both of Nathan's pupils 
were of equal size, and both of Nathan's 
eyes tracked equally.

I started the test and following the 
conclusion Nathan did not display any clues 
for the horizontal gaze nystagmus. I then 
began the next test which was the walk and 
turn and E had Nathan stand straight with 
his arms to his sides with his right foot in 
front of his leff. I asked Nathan if he 
understood and Nathan stated that he did 
and when the test began 1 observed the 
following clues: stops while walking, did not 
touch heel to toe, stepped off the line, and 
used arms to balance, improper turn, and 
number of steps.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
had Nathan stand straight up with his arms 
to his side with his feet together and 
explained the instructions and asked 
Nathan if he understood in which Nathan 
stated that he did understand. Once the test 
began I observed the fallowing clues: 
Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, and hopped.

I then placed Nathan under arrest for 
suspicion of OVI and read him his rights 
placed him in the rear of unit #301 and 
performed an inventory of the vehicle. I then 
transported Nathan back to station while 
Ptl. Brindack stood by for a tow truck which 
was towed to Springer's Towing.

On station and read Nathan a BMV 2255 
form in which Nathan signed and asked if 
Nathan would submit to a urine sample due 
to him dispiaying behavior related to drugs 
of abuse. Nathan refused to give a sample, 
Nathan was then given a traffic citation for 
marked lanes ORC 451 I.3 3 and OVI 
(SFST) 4511.19(A)(1)(a) was given a court 
date of 10/04/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required for MCC#3. 
Nathan was given a recognizance bond of 
$500 for the OVI.

Nathan signed the BMV 2255 from, citation, 
and recognizance form and was provided 
with a copy of all of them and Nathan was 
transported to his residence by Ptl. 
Peterman.


PtZ. Scott #506
09/29/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009132
Traffic
East Florida Ave near South 12th st


CITED: Sebaslion Crean 
758 Homewood Ave SE Warren, Ohio 
44484
DUS  SCO 335.07
Left to Center  SCO 331.05


On 09/28/2018 at 7:50pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol was traveling north on S. 12th St. 
when I observed a vehicle on W. Florida 
Ave. turn onto S. 12th St. heading north and 
went left of center into the oncoming lane. I 
initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of 
Sebring Tire. The vehicle was a 2002 purple 
Dodge 2S bearing Ohio registration 
(HTY4941).

I approached the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I, received 
a11 of except proof of insurance and 
identified the driver as Sebastion Crean and 
dispatch advised that he was suspended.

I then informed Sebastion of this and had 
him gather his belongings and preformed 
an administrative inventory of the vehicle 
and the vehicle was driven to the impound 
section of Springer" Towing by Mike 
Springer.

I wrote Sebastion a traffic citation for left of 
center SCO 331.05 and driving under 
suspension SCO 335.07 and gave 
Sebastion a court date of 10/11/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3. Sebastion then signed 
the citation and was provided with copy and 
remained in the parking lot for a ride and I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/28/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009131
Traffic
S Johnson rd near Heacock Ext


CITED: Susan Sampedro 
17864 Stare rpure 62 Beloit, Ohio 44609
Speed  SCO 333.03



On 09/28/2018 at 5:52pm I Ptl. Scott while 
on patrol was traveling north on S. Johnson 
Rd. when I observed a vehicle traveling 
south on the same road that appeared to be 
traveling at a high rate of speed. I activated 
my cruisers mounted radar unit and 
observed a reading of 50mph in a 35mph 
zone.

I initiated a traffic stop and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
all of and identified the driver as Susan 
Sampedro.

I returned to my cruiser and wrote Susan a 
traffic citation for speed SCO 333.03 and 
gave Susan a court date of 10/11/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance not 
required for MCC#3. Susan signed the 
citation and was provided with a copy and I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/28/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009228
TRAFFIC
100 Block of W Oregon Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: William Ryan
16300 Garfield Rd, Salem, OH 44460
Right of Way - Crosswalk  SCO 371.01
Obedience to Traffic Control Device  SCO 
313.01



On Thursday, September 27,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was on patrol in 
marked unit #302 in the downtown area. 
Upon approaching the functioning red 
flashing traffic light on W Ohio Ave at N 
15th St, I observed a pedestrian in the 
crosswalk attempting to cross from the east 
side to the west side of N 15th St. At the 
same time, a vehicle approached the 
intersection from the east and attempted to 
negotiate a turn south onto N 15th St from 
E Ohio Ave. The vehicle came to an abrupt 
stop in the middle of the intersection, 
stopping just short of the pedestrian in the 
crosswaIk who was nearing the west 
sidewalk.


After the pedestrian finished negotiating the 
crosswalk, I proceeded south onto N 15th 
St and observed the vehicle fail to come to 
a complete stop at the functioning red 
flashing traffic light on N 15th St at W 
Oregon Ave and failed to signal as it turned 
west onto W Oregon Ave. I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren and turned west onto W Oregon Ave 
to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle, a black 
Chevrolet hatchback bearing Ohio 
registration GUW3488, came to a complete 
stop in the 100 block of W Oregon Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as William Ryan, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reasons for 
the stop. Ryan stated he did not see the 
pedestrian in the crosswaIk before 
attempting to turn onto N 15th St and 
apologized for not coming to a complete 
stop and signaling prior to turning. I 
requested Ryan to provide me with his 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
insurance information. Ryan provided me 
with all of the aforementioned 
documentation however his insurance card 
was expired.

Ryan was issued citation #031335 for 
Village Ordinances 371.01 Right of Way - 
Crosswalk, 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Device and given a verbal warning 
for failing to use his turn signal. Ryan was 
informed of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, October 11,2018 at 0900.



PtI D. Marchionda #508
9.28.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009126 
TRAFFIC
515 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH


CITED: Ryan Peterson
515 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 44672
Full Time & Attention  SCO 331.34 (c)



On Thursday, September 27,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was dispatched to 
the 600 block of W Oregon Ave reference a 
report of a motor vehicle crash. Upon my 
arrival at 632 W Oregon Ave, I made 
contact with the reportee, Ryan Peterson, 
who informed me he had side swiped a 
vehicIe parked on the street. Peterson 
stated he took his eyes off the roadway to 
look down because he thought his coffee 
cup was going to spill. Peterson stated 
when he looked up, he side swiped the 
vehicle.


Peterson was driving a red Dodge Ram 
bearing Ohio registration HLD2100 and 
struck a brown Jeep Patriot bearing Ohio 
registration GCN7046. Damage to both 
vehicles was minor in nature however the 
driver side view mirror of the Patriot was 
damaged. Both vehicles suffered scuff and 
scratch marks to the areas of contact. 
Peterson stated he was not texting and 
driving and was wearing his seatbelt at ths 
time of the crash. 

After collecting Peterson's information and 
gathering photographs of the scene, which 
were later uploaded to a case file on scene, 
Peterson was released from the scene.


Contact was made with the registered 
owner of the Patriot a short time later to 
obtain insurance information and was 
informed of what happened. Both parties 
were informed an OH-1 crash report would 
be generated and following administrative 
approval from the Chief of Police, a copy 
could be obtained for insurance purposes. 

Peterson was issued citation #031334 
Thursday night at his residence for Village 
Ordinance 331.34(c) Full Time & Attention 
and advised of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
October 11,2018 at 0900.



Pi1 D. Marchionda #508
9.28.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009125
CRIMINAL
State Route 62 near S Johnson Rd, Knox 
TWP

ARRESTED: Justin Rockwell
635 N. 17th St. , Sebring, Oh
Warrant- Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Office



While conducting a traffic stop on State 
Route 62, I relayed the passenger's (Justin 
Rockwell) information to dispatch and was 
informed Rockwell had an active warrant. 
Dispatch advised the warrant was out of 
Colurnbiana County Sheriffs Office and that 
a deputy would be en route to my location 
to take custody of Rockwell. After 
instructing Rockwell to exit the vehicle, I 
placed him in handcuffs behind his back 
(gapped/double locked) and performed a 
search of his person for weapons and 
contraband. 

During the course of the search, a small 
clear baggie containing a green vegetative 
substance identified as marijuana by 
Rockwell was recovered along with a small 
red marijuana grinder from inside his 
boxers. At the conclusion of the search 
Rockwell was placed in the backseat of 
marked unit #301.


Following the arrival of a Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Deputy Rockwell was 
removed from marked unit #301 and placed 
in the custody of the Deputy. After taking 
custody of Rockwell, the Deputy cleared the 
scene. Following the conclusion of the 
traffic stop, I returned to the SEBRING 
POLICE STORIES where the small clear 
baggie and red grinder were photographed, 
tagged and secured in evidence locker #2.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
9.27.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case NO.: 18009124 
TRAFFIC
State Route 62 near S Johnson Rd, Knox 
TWP


CITED:  Christopher Wilke 
1045 S 12th St, Sebring, OH
DUS - License Forfeiture  SCO 335.07
Headlights Required  SCO 337.02



On Wednesday, September 26,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was patrolling north 
on S Johnson Rd from State Route 62 in 
marked unit #301. As I neared Grandview 
Cemetery, I observed a vehicle travelling 
south in the opposite lane with its auxiliary 
lights on but not its headlights. After turning 
around in the driveway of Grandview 
Cemetery, I proceeded to catch up with the 
vehicIe as it turned east onto State Route 
62. After turning east onto State Route 62, I 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights.


The vehicle, a white Mitsubishi Eclipse 
bearing Ohio registration GOA6066, came 
to a complete stop on State Route 62 in 
between S Johnson Rd and S 15th St . 
Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Christopher Wilke, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Wilke to provide me 
with his driver's license at which point he 
informed me he did not have his license on 
him and that it was suspended. Wilke 
provided me with his full name, date of birth 
and last four of his social security number. 
In addition to obtaining Wilke 's information, 
I obtained his passenger's information as 
well.


Dispatch advised me Wilke's passenger, 
Justin Rockwell was also suspended and 
had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County Sheriff% Office. Patrolman Brindack 
and Smith Township Patrolman Caughey 
arrived on this lime to assist. Rockwell was 
taken into custody and later reIeased into to 
a CCSO Deputy who arrived on scene 
(refer to 18009125). Wilke gave consent to 
a search of the vehicle that was conducted 
by Patrolman Brindack and I while 
Patrolman Caughey stood by with Wilke. No 
contraband or weapons were discovered 
during the course of the consensual search. 
Wilke was allowed to phone a licensed 
driver to the scene and was instructed to 
wait in the passenger seat until their arrival. 
Patrolman Brindack and Patrolman 
Caughey cleared at this time.


Wilke was issued citation #031333 for 
Village Ordinances 335.07 DUS - License 
Forfeiture and 337.102 headlights 
Required. Wilke was advised of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, October 4, 
2018 at 0900. A licensed driver arrived on 
scene and took control, of the vehicle.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009120 
Traffic
W Ohio Ave Near N Johnson rd


CITED:  Stephanie Allen 
832 Roseland rd Alliance, Oh
Speed 333.03 SCO




On 09/26/2018 I Ptl. Scott while on patrol 
was traveling south on S. Johnson Rd. 
when I observed a vehicle traveling north 
that appeared to be traveling at a high rate 
of speed. I activated my cruisers mounted 
radar unit and observed a read out of 46 
mph while in a 35 mph zone. I then turned 
my cruiser around and caught up to the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on W. 
Ohio Ave. and N. Johnson Rd.

The vehicle was a 2006 silver Jeep SW 
bearing Ohio registration HAT8115. I 
approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
and the driver was identified as Stephanie 
Allen.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Stephanie a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Stephanie a court date of 
10/04/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required. Once Stephanie 
signed the citation she was provided with a 
copy and I cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/26/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18009085
Summons
246 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH



Crystal Black
246 E. Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH
Littering/Diposit of Trash  SCO 521.08(b)




On 09/19/2018 I Ptl. Scott received a 
complaint of trash in the front yard of 246 E. 
Ohio Ave.


On 9/19/2018 I along with Ptl. Peterman 
arrived at the residence and observed a 
mattress along with garbage in the front 
yard. I then entered the porch and noticed 
large amounts of garbage on the porch. I 
then returned to the police department and 
typed a trash letter and issued the letter to 
Crystal Black and notified her she had 5 
days from today to remove the items from 
the above mentioned areas OF she will 
receive a citation and then cleared.



On 09/26/2018 I Ptl. Scott drove past this 
residence and observed that there was still 
trash and furniture on the porch of 246 E. 
Ohio Ave. I returned to the station and 
typed and printed a summons for Crystal 
Black and took it to the court house to be 
clerked.

I arrived at the residence and made contact 
with Crystal Black and served her with the 
summons for Littering/Deposit of Trash 
SCO 521.08(b).

Crystal is scheduled to appear in Mahoning 
County Court #3 on October 4th, 2018 at 
9:OOam.

Due to this being the second time Crystal 
has been cited for this offense it will be 
elevated to a misdemeanor af the 4th 
degree, This incident will now be closed.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/26/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
REPORT DATE: 09/23/2018 15:42:00
Case No.: 18009105
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Sebring Police Dpt



ARRESTED: Chad Thomas
144 W. Kentucky Ave., Sebring, Oh
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE  2919.25a



On this date and time, myself and Officer 
Rober was dispatched to 144 W. Kentucky 
Ave, ref to domestic violence complaint. We 
arrived and upon arrival we were met by the 
victim one Tammy S. Thomas. Tammy 
advised that her and her husband was 
involved in a domestic, and her husband 
Chad Thomas grabbed her by the arms and 
threw her off the couch onto the floor and 
began striking her with his fist causing pain 
to her head and face. I was then advised by 
the Victim that Chad also banged her head 
against the floor and then kicked her in the 
lower part of her back. 

I observed the victim to be very intoxicated 
and was very upset and crying. The victim 
had noted bruising and abrasions on both 
her forearms, and also a large bruise on her 
left bicep.

The victim also advised me that this was a 
ongoing issue and she wants her husband 
arrested. I obtained a written statement and 
explained the procedure for filing criminal 
charges for domestic violence. I also was 
advised by the victim that she wished no 
medical response and that she would go to 
her family doctor if needed.

I also spoke to the victims mother on scene 
and she was speaking to Chad on the 
phone. As I listened 1 could hear Chad 
advised her that he wasn't sure as to what 
happened and that if he was going to jail he 
didn't care. The victim signed a complaint of 
domestic violence as well as other 
paperwork.  Both officers then cleared.



On this date at 1833 hrs, Chad Thomas 
came on station regarding a domestic 
violence complaint that was filed by his wife 
on this date.  Chad was taken into custody 
and was processed and a statement 
obtained after his constitutional rights were 
read. After processing he was released on 
bond.



Reporting Steven McDaniel, BADGE NO: 
509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009101 
Traffic/Criminal
Courtney RD./ Allied DR.


ARRESTED: Teran Allen 
205 Chest st. Monongahela, PA 
Ficticious Plates SCO 335.10
Two Headlights Required SCO 337.03
Possession of marijuana 513.03(A)
No operators license 335.01



On 09/21/2018 I, Patrolman Peterman, and 
PatroIman Scott were patrolling Courtney 
road and allied drive. At 2036 we observed 
a silver Hyundai Santa Fe with a driver's 
side headlight out. 

I initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle at 
Courtney Rd. and Allied Dr. I then exited my 
patrol car and approached the drives, who 
identified himself as Teran Allen, and stated 
he did not have an operator's license, but 
had a New York identification card. Taren 
stated he was coming from Pennsylvania to 
meet a female individual.

Dispatch told us Teran was not an any 
personnel records, had no record available, 
and after having run the Pennsylvania 
license plate on the vehicle of KTZ 8117, 
returned to no permits, tags, or ownership. 

After speaking to Teran, we learned he had 
no social security number, or any 
naturalization documents of any kind.

Teran mentioned he was arrested in 
Pittsburgh for possession of marijuana. I 
called Pittsburgh police to notify them of the 
individual to attempt to identify Teran, but 
was notified by the Pittsburgh police 
dispatch they bad no records of Teran Allen 
in the court records or arrestee files.

Me and Patrolman Scott asked Teran to 
step out of the vehicle, and Teran compIied 
with the request. We advised Teran that we 
were going to tow his vehicle and we would 
perform an inventory of his vehicle. Teran 
asked to grab his book bag, and then told 
us that he had weed in his bag. Patrolman 
Scott received the weed voluntarily from 
Teran and we placed the weed in the patrol 
car for evidence, which was logged into 
evidence and placed into locker 1. 

Tow company springers arrived with a 
flatbed as we were told Terans vehicle was 
an all-wheel drive vehicle. Teran Allen was 
then given a citation of fictitious plates 
(335.10), Two headlights required (337.03), 
possession of marijuana 513.03(A), and no 
operators license 335.01. 

A mandatory court date for 09/27/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance is 
required. We then placed Teran into the 
back of the patrol car and gave him a 
courtesy ride to the local circle k so he 
could get a ride to Alliance. We then 
cleared the call at 2145.



PTL. Peterman Aaron #514
09/21/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009100
Traffic
S. Johnson/ Heacock Ext.



CITED:  Taylor Rickels 
23122 Main ST. Homeworth, Ohio 44634
SPEED   SCO 333.03




I, Patrolman Peterman, and Patrolman 
Scott was heading south on S. Johnson 
Road doing speed enforcement when I 
spotted what appeared to be a gray truck 
heading north on S. Johnson Road traveling 
at a high rate of speed. I visually estimated 
the defendant, later identified as Taylor 
Rickels, going at approximately 48 miles 
per hours in a posted 35 mile per hour 
zone. 

I waited for the in-car radar to pick up an 
audible and clear speed tone from Taylors 
vehicle, and verified her speed at 49 miles 
per hour in the same posted 35 mile per 
hour speed zone. I activated my emergency 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop. I 
advised dispatch of the traffic stop I made 
at S. Johnson and heacock ext. at 1725.  I 
approached Taylors vehicle, then 
proceeded to identify myself, Patrolman 
Scott, and the reason for the traffic stop as 
being exceeding posted speed limit of 35 
miles per hour, and advised her I had her 
speed locked in on the radar at 49 miles per 
hour. 

I was advised by Taylor that the vehicle was 
not registered to her, she was driving her 
father's truck and had difficulty maintaining 
the proper speed since she was not used to 
driving the vehicle. 

I asked Taylor for her license, registration, 
and insurance. Taylor gave me her license, 
but was unable to find insurance for the 
truck since it was not her vehicle. I advised 
her I needed to see the registration and 
asked her to search for it. Taylor found the 
registration for the vehicle, and I confirmed 
the registration was current to 01-2019.

I and Patrolman Scott returned to the patrol 
vehicle and advised dispatch of license 
number, and was told that Taylor had 1 
previous offence of speed in 10-2017. I 
wrote Taylor Rickels a citation for speeding 
333.03, and upon returning to the vehicle, 
Taylor showed me a picture on her phone of 
her current insurance, and it confirmed she 
was still valid.

I then advised Taylor she is receiving a 
citation for speeding 333.03, and told her 
she did not have a mandatory court 
appearance because she showed me a 
valid insurance card digitally, and told her if 
she wished to have a trial her court date 
was set for September 27,2018 at 0900. 

I returned to the patrol vehicle and advised 
dispatch of clearing the stop a t 1741.



PTL. Peterman, Aaron #514




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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
12:33 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009078
Warrant
565 W Ohio Ave. Sebring OH 44672



ARRESTED: Timothy Boycan
226 1/2 South St Alliance OH 44601
Failure to Appear


On 09/17/2018 I Officer Rober Arrested 
Timothy Boycan out of Alliance for a 
warrant out of Portage County Sheriffs 
Office. After the warrant was confirmed 
Timothy was transported to the Circle 
Restaurant where Portage County Sheriffs 
Office took custody of him. Upon nothing 
further I cleared.



OFFICER: Jeffrey Rober, Jr. BADGE NO.: 
511





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009077
Criminal
565 W Ohio Ave Sebring Ohio 44672



ARRESTED: Timothy Boycan 
226 1/2 South St Alliance OH 44601
Possession of Marijuana MM  513.03




On 09/17/2018 I Offcer Rober was 
dispatched to 500 block of W Ohio in the 
alley was between Ohio and Oregon for a 
suspicious activity.



On 09/17/2018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to 565 W Ohio in the alley was 
between Ohio and Oregon for a suspicious 
activity. Upon arrival I spoke with 
Christopher Wilke and Timothy Boycan.


Both individuals stated that they were just 
trying to fix his bike and that Christopher 
was just going to ride home once it was 
fixed. I advised Christopher that it is against 
the law to not have any light on his bike and 
that it would be safer if he would call for a 
ride home. Christopher stated that this is 
harassment and that its not against the law. 

Christopher then requested a supervisor 
and started to argue with me. I then radioed 
in for Sgt Eberling and a short time later he 
arrived on scene.

While Sgt Eberling was speaking with 
Christopher I spoke with Timothy, Timothy 
was consistently acting nervous and 
couldn't stay still during my interaction with 
him. I then asked Timothy for his Social 
Security Number which he gave. I then had 
dispatch run him and once it came back he 
had a warrant out of Portage County and a 
pick up radius of 2. I then placed Timothy in 
handcuffed, gapped and double locked 
them and conducted a search (of) him per 
policy. Upon the search I found a packet of 
cigarettes which included green leafy 
substance believed to be marijuana.

I then transported Timothy to the SEBRING 
POLICE DEPARTMENT and issued a summons 
for Posession for marijuana and gave him a 
court date of 09/27/2018 at 0900hrs. I then 
placed Timothy back in unit 301 and 
transported him to the Circle Restaurant for 
pick up from Portage County Sheriffs office.


Once Portage county arrived an scene and 
took custody of Timothy 1 cleared and 
resumed patrol.




OFFICER:  Jeffrey Rober, Jr. BADGE NO.: 
511




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009081 
Traffic
S. 12th St. / AIabama Ave.



CITED: Steven Stoffer
4283 Rochester Rd. Homeworth, OH 44634
left of Center  SCO 331.05
Texting While Driving  SCO 333.11



On 09/18/2018 at 4:39pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling south 
on S. 12th st. when I observed a vehicle 
traveling in front of me go left of center and 
eventually entered the oncoming lane while 
there was oncoming traffic. Vehicles 
traveling in the northbound lane had to 
move to avoid hitting the vehicle.


I then initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
on S. 12th St. near Alabama Ave. The 
vehicle was a red 2009 Chevrolet 4 door 
sedan bearing Ohio registration (HKJ3936). 
I exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and insurance 
and received all but the proof of insurance. 

The driver was identified as Steven Stoffer 
and when Steven was asked why he went 
left of center he stated that he was on his 
phone text messaging his wife.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Steven a traffic citation for left of center 
SCO 331.05 and texting while driving SCO 
333.11 and gave Steven a court date of 
09/27/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3.


Once Steven signed the citation he was 
provided with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
09/18/2018




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Friday, September 21, 2018
10:57 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009041
Traffic
100 Block S.12th St


CITED: Stephen Molnar
663 Wright Ave. Alliance Oh 44601
Speed (50/35) 333.03



On 9/11/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a black in 
color Ford traveling north on S. 12th Street 
at a visibly high rate of speed. I activated 
my mounted radar unit and confirmed the 
speed to be 50mph in a clearly marked 
35mph zone.

I activated my overhead lights and initiated 
a traffic stop on the vehicle bearing Oh 
registration FZH2875 in the 100 block of S. 
12th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Stephen Molnar. I 
advised Stephen the reason for the stop 
and requested his license, registration, and 
proof of insurance. Upon receiving all 
requested documents Stephen was issued 
a citation for Speed/SCO 333.03. 

Stephen was advised of his court date at 
MCC #3 on 9/20/2018 at 0900 hours with 
no personal appearance required to which 
he advised he understood. Once Stephen 
signed the citation I gave him his copy. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
9/11/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009048
Traffic
100 Block of W Ohio Ave, Scbring, Ohio



CITED: Ashley Burns 
274 W Pennsylvania Ave, Sebring, Ohio
DUS (License Forfeiture & 
Noncomplianance w/FRA)  SCO 335.07



On Wednesday September 12,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, conducted a traffic 
stop in the 100 block of W Ohio Ave based 
on information received from Sebring 
Dispatch and Smith Township Patrolman 
Caughey. While on patrol near the 
downtown area, I overheard radio traffic 
regarding the suspended license status of a 
registered owner for a vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration HKJ3698. Patrolman Caughey 
advised the vehicle had entered Sebring on 
W Ohio Ave from the west and was heading 
east into the village. Being the closest unit, I 
proceeded west on W Ohio Ave to locate 
the vehicle.

Before making visual contact with the 
vehicle, a black Pontiac 2-door, I requested 
a description of the registered owner. 
Following dispatch's description of the 
registered owner, Patrolman Caughey 
advised he observed a female matching the 
descsiption driving the vehicle.

After the vehicle passed me in the 300 
block of W Ohio Ave, I turned marked unit 
#302 around and initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency Lights. 
The black Pontiac 2-door came to a 
complete stop in the 100 block of W Ohio 
Ave. Upon making contact with the 
driver/registered owner, identified as Ashley 
Burns, I identified myself and informed her 
of the reason for the stop. I requested 
Burns to provide me with her driver's 
license and proof of insurance. Burns 
provided me with both documents.

Burns was issued citation #031329 for 
Village Ordinance 335.07 DUS (License 
Forfeiture & Noncompliance w/FRA) and 
advised of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 0900.

Burns was allowed to park her vehicle in a 
parking lot in front of 146 W Ohio Ave and 
provided a courtesy transport to the 
SEBRING POLICE STORIES where she 
was allowed to wait for a licensed driver to 
pick her up.




Ptl D. Marchianda #508
9.12.2018 



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009049
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St.



CITED:  Dawn French
23451 Bowman Rd. Homeworth
Speed(52/35) 333.03



On 9/12/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a blue in 
color Dodge van traveling north on S. 12th 
street at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my mounted radar unit and 
confirmed the speed to be 52mph in a 
clearly marked 35mph zone. I activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle bearing Oh registration 
HJU4207 in the 100 block of S.12th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Dawn French. I 
advised Dawn the reason for the stop and 
requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance. Upon receiving all 
requested documents Dawn was issued a 
citation for Speed/SCO 333.03. 

Dawn was advised of her court date at 
MCC#3 on 9/20/2018 at 0900 hours with no 
personal appearance required to which she 
advised she understood. Once Dawn 
signed the citation I gave her her copy. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
9/12/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009052
TRAFFIC/CRIMINAL
300 Block of W Ohio Avenue, Sebring, OH



ARRESTED: Cynthia Masters
27624 Buck Road, Beloit, OH 
Open Container in Motor Vehicle  SCO 
529.07(b)(4)
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19A1A  $500.00
ORC 4511.19A1H SCO 529.07(b)(4)  
$500.00
Slow Speed (25/35)  ORC 4511.22



While performing traffic enforcement in 
marked unit #302 at the corner of S 
Johnson Rd and State Route 62, I observed 
a silver Audi 4-door sedan leave the Oak 
Ridge Motel and proceed north on S 
Johnson Rd. I pulled out from the parking 
lot of Perkins and began to follow the 
vehicle. As I neared the vehicle, I observed 
the vehicle was traveling at a slower speed 
than the posted limit of 35 MPM. I utilized 
both the vehicle certified calibrated 
speedometer and mounted Genesis radar 
unit to pace the vehicle. 

Upon approaching and passing Copeland 
Oaks on S Johnson Rd, I observed both the 
speedometer and radar unit show speeds 
as slow as 25 MPH. I continued to follow 
the vehicle after it came to a complete stop 
at the posted stop sign on N Johnson Rd 
and W Ohio Ave and turn east onto W Ohio 
Ave. 

While following the vehicle on W Ohio Ave, 
I paced and observed speeds fluctuate from 
28 to 25 MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone.

After clearing the 400 block of W Ohio Ave, 
I initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
silver Audi 4-door sedan bearing Ohio 
registration GXQ5772, came to a complete 
stop in the 300 block of W Ohio Ave. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Cynthia Masters, I identified myself and 
informed her of the reason for the stop. I 
requested Masters to produce her driver's 
license. Patrolman Scott arrived on scene 
at this time to assist. Master's stated it was 
somewhere in the back seat to which I 
advised her to keep her hands in sight and 
provide me with her full name, date of birth 
and social security number. 

While speaking to Masters, I could smell a 
faint odor of an alcoholic beverage. While 
Patrolman Scott approached and began to 
speak with Masters, I relayed her 
information to dispatch.

Acting on the odor of an alcoholic beverage, 
Patrolman Scott and I instructed Masters to 
exit the vehicle and asked if she was willing 
to submit to a series of standardized field 
sobriety tests to determine if she was okay 
to drive. As Masters exited the vehicle, I 
asked her how much alcohol she had to 
drink tonight to which she replied "two beers 
and one of those small bottle things" (sic). 

After Patrolman Scott turned my overhead 
emergency lights off, I had Masters stand in 
front of the vehicle in front of me with her 
feet together and her hands down at her 
sides. I asked Masters if she had any 
medical conditions or involuntary jerking of 
the eyes to which she replied no. I asked 
Masters if the glasses she was wearing 
were prescription or reading glasses to 
which she replied they were prescription. I 
asked Masters if she was able to see 
without wearing them to which she replied 
she could not see without them. 

While speaking to Masters and going over 
the instructions for each SFST, I could smell 
a stronger odor of an alcoholic beverage on 
her breath.

I then explained the instructions for 
horizontal gaze nystagmus to Masters and 
asked if she understood to which she 
replied she did. I then placed a pen 12-15 
inches in front of her face and checked for 
equal pupil size, resting nystagmus and 
equal tracking prior to beginning the 
exercise. I observed equal pupil size, no 
resting nystagmus and equal tracking. 
While conducting horizontal gaze 
nystagmus, I only observed lack of smooth 
pursuit in both eyes. 

Following horizontal gaze nystagmus, I 
provided instructions for walk and turn and 
also demonstrated the exercise for Masters. 
I asked Masters if she understood the 
instructions to which she replied yes. 
Masters was unable to perform the test as 
she gave up after stepping off line three 
times before completing the first nine steps. 
Following walk and turn, I provided 
instructions for one leg stand and also 
demonstrated the exercise for Masters. I 
asked Masters if she understood the 
instructions to which she replied yes.

While attempting to perform one leg stand, 
Masters put her foot down several times 
and gave up.


I then instructed Masters to turn around and 
place her hands behind her back as she 
was under arrest for suspicion of operating 
a motor vehicle while intoxicated. I 
handcuffed Masters (gapped/double locked) 
and escorted her to marked unit #302 
where I placed her in the back seat.

Patrolman Scott updated dispatch of the 
arrest and to send a tow truck to the scene. 
Masters was read her Miranda Rights and 
asked if she understood them to which she 
replied yes. Prior to transporting Masters to 
the scene, I walked over to Patrolman Scott 
who had begun the administrative inventory 
of the vehicle and observed several 
unopened Bud Light beer cans in the 
passenger seat as well as one in the center 
console being covered by the arm rest. I 
asked Patrolman Scott to check the can In 
the center console if it was open and if it still 
contained beer. Patrolman Scott reached 
over and grabbed the can and advised it 
was open and that it still contained some 
beer.


After transporting Masters to the SEBRING 
POLICE STORIES, I removed the 
handcuffs and proceeded to read Ohio BMV 
2255 to her. After reading the BMV 2255 to 
Masters, I asked if she understood and if 
she was willing to submit ta a chemical 
breath and urine test to which she stated 
yes. 

Patrolman Scott arrived at the station 
following the removal of the vehicle from the 
scene by Springers. Patrolman Scott 
operated the lntoxilyzer 8000'machine and 
Masters provided two breath samples. Test 
results from the lntoxilyzer 8000 showed 
Master's BrAC was 0.214 g/210L. Upon 
retrieving the results, I advised Masters she 
was now under Administrative License 
Suspension and seized her Ohio Driver's 
License (Which she was able to provide 
after Patrolman Scott brought her
purse to the station). 

Following the breath test, Dispatcher 
Wheeler came into the squad room and 
obtained a urine sample from Masters. The 
sample was then handed to Patrolman 
Scott who sealed the sample in the tube, 
sealed the tube in the sample box and 
subsequently placed it into the squad room 
refrigerator.


Masters was issued traffic citation #031330 
for Ohio Revised Code 4511.22 Slow 
Speed (25/35), Ohio Revised Code 
4511.19A1A OVI (SFST) and Ohio Revised 
Code 4511.19A1H OVI (>0.17 BAC ) .  In 
addition to the traffic citation, Masters was 
issued MM citation # 000224 for Sebring 
Codified Ordinance 529.07(b)(4) Open 
Container in a Motor Vehicle. Masters 
signed both citations in addition to the BMV 
2255 as well as the Recognizance Form 
and was provided a copy for each.

After Patrolman Scott obtained Master's 
fingerprints I photographed her.

Masters was advised of her mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County court 
#3 on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 
0900 and to also bring a vatid proof of 
insurance. Before being released into the 
custody of a license driver, I reiterated to 
Masters she was under an Administrative 
License Suspension and not allowed to 
operate any motor vehicle.

A small white pill had been located and 
seized by Patrolman Scott during the 
course of the administrative inventory of the 
vehicle. When Patrolman Scott arrived at 
the station, he handed the pill to me and 
asked me to identify it. Utilizing the website 
drugs.com, I was able to identify the small 
white pill as a 50mg Trazodone 
Hydrochloride. The pill was later 
photographed, logged and placed into 
evidence as Property.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009072 
DATE: 09/16/2018 21:09:00


On 9/16/2018, I was dispatched to 596 W 
Maryland Ave for a suspicious person.

Upon arrival, I spoke with the complainant, 
Haley M. Armour. Haley advised she seen a 
female with short hair wearing a dark 
colored hoodie walk up near her house and 
was concerned. I checked around her 
residence however was unable to locate 
anyone. 

As I was getting ready to leave, I observed 
a female matching that description walk 
around the corner from the Sebring Church 
of the Nazarene. The female, who was 
identified as Sherez Liquita Deveria Kay 
Hurford advised she was staying in the area 
with a friend and was having some anxiety 
so she went for a walk. Sherez advised she 
walks when she gets upset and used to live 
in town and go to that church so she didn't 
think it was a big deal. Sherez advised she 
never walked in the complainant's yard and 
just remained on the sidewalk. Sherez 
advised she did not need any medical 
attention and would not give me an address 
or name of anyone she was staying with. I 
offered to give Sherez a courtesy transpart 
back to the
place where she was staying however she 
declined and wanted to walk. 

I advised Sherez to stay off residents 
property as well as the church due to the 
time of night to which she advised she 
understood and walked off. I relayed this 
information to the complainant and cleared 
the scene. 

I checked around the church however was 
unable,lo observe any signs of anything 
being tampered with.



sgt: Eberling #503 
9/16/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009071 
DATE: 09/16/2018 15:21:00


VICTIM: ISRAEL SACAS


On this date and time, the victim came on 
station regarding a incident that took place 
at his residence with the mother of his child 
Brook Hughes. I was then advised that 
Brook came to his residence on this date 
and started taking items from his residence 
that she already had given him. Israel then 
advised that Brook became angry with him 
and threw a set of head phone at him and 
hit his hand. I was also advised that this 
was a ongoing problem and that he wanted 
it documented. 

I observed a video that was taken by Israel 
during the incident. I could observed Brook 
throw the head phones, but was unable to 
see them hit him. I also observed no signs 
of the head phones hitting the victim. I also 
spoke to a male that was present during the 
incident but he advised that he didn't see 
anything. 

I advised Israel that a report would be filed 
and that he could get a copy if needed.



REPORTING OFFICER: Steven McDaniel 
BADGE NO.: 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
4NCID ENT NUMBER: 18-009063 
DATE: 09/14/2018 22:08:00



On 09/14/2018, While on my way home 
from work in a marked unit I observed a 
theft of services.

Redfern 504



I stopped and spoke to the business owners 
of Cut N Cornets and advised them that 
they were not able to take the trash from 
their business and use the city trash cans 
as their own trash. The owners advised that 
they understood and I then cleared.


Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009061 
DATE:09/14/2018 18:26:00


On 09/14/18 I responded to an animal 
complaing at 635 N 19th St.


Upon arrival James Dawson advised his 
neighbor at 315 W Michigan Ave James 
Twaddle's dog had broken free of its chain 
and had come over to his dog and bitten it 
once on the head. James Dawson advised 
his dog had no injuries besides a small cut 
and he had filed a police report once before 
for a similar incident. 

It was found in that incident James Twaddle 
did not receive a dog running at large letter 
because James Dawson only wanted a 
report for the record and nothing further. 
James Twaddle was issued a dog running 
at large letter on 09/15/18 and advised if his 
dog get loose again he will be charged, I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507 




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT  18-0090710 
DATE: 09/16/2018 01:29:00


On Sunday, September 16, 2018, 
Patrolman Scott and Patrolman Marchionda 
were dispatched to the alley between W 
Indiana and W Maryland Ave reference a 
report of two juveniles walking through 
yards and up to parked vehicles.

Ptl D. Marchionda #508
9.16.2018



Upon our arrival, Patrolman Scott made 
contact with an 18 year old male, identified 
as Branty Smith and a 17 year old male, 
identified as (JUVENILE) Patrolman Scott 
entered the alley in between E Indiana and 
E Maryland Ave off N 15th St while I 
entered off N 14th St. Smith stated he and 
(JUVENILE)  were originally at his house 
and had walked down to the public library to 
utilize the free WiFi. Smith stated he and 
(JUVENILE) decided to walk to Circle K for 
polar pops but deviated from going straight 
down Ohio Ave and detoured through the 
alleyways. Patrolman Scott placed 
(JUVENILE) in the backseat of marked unit 
#302 after he was patted down for 
weapons.

Smith was released from the scene on foot 
after it was ascertained by Patrolman Scott 
that the original complainant did not want to 
follow through with criminal charges. 
Patrolman Scott advised Smith should he 
be found out in the village with juveniles 
past curfew in the future, he would be 
charged with contributing to the delinquency 
of a minor. 

I transported (JUVENILE) to his residence 
in Beloit and released him into the custody 
of an adult household member.  
(JUVENILE) was issued a verbal warning 
for the curfew violation.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
9.16.2018




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Wednesday, September 12, 2018
05:11 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008202 
DATE: 08/31/2018 17:42:00



On 08/31/18 I was dispatched to the area 
around the 500 blocks of both Oregon and 
Ohio Ave for a report of a suspicious male 
looking in cars.


Upon arrival the male was located in the 
500 block of W Ohio Ave. Ptl. Redfern and I 
made contact with the male identified as 
Timothy Boycan of Alliance. Timothy 
advised he was looking in his friends truck 
because he was waiting for "his boy" to 
come pick him up. No witnesses saw 
Timothy take anything or get into any cars 
so we advised him not to be looking in cars 
and we cleared the area.

Timothy also left the area.




Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008203 
DATE: 08/31/20182 2:74:00



On Friday, August 31, 2018, officers from 
Sebring Police and Smith Township Police 
Department responded to a report of a 
motor vehicle on fire on State Route 62.


Upon my arrival, I located a white Kia van 
bearing Ohio registration DWS8722, parked 
on the south side of State Route 62 just 
west of S 12th St. Upon approaching the 
vehicle, I observed a plume of white smoke 
coming from under the hood and located 
the driver/registered owner, Dorothy Irey, 
still sitting in the driver seat. I instructed Irey 
to exit the vehicle and to stand off the road 
next to my marked patrol car. I discovered 
coolant on the roadway below the front of 
the vehicle and determined that a fire did 
not exist, rather the smoke was coming 
from leaking coolant. 

Patrolman Brindack and Smith Township 
Patrolman Fraser arrived on scene to assist 
with traffic control. Sebring Fire Department 
arrived on scene a short time later.

After Sebring Fire Department assessed the 
smoke was coming from coolant, the 
vehicle was moved off the roadway and into 
a private drive. Sebring Fire Department 
also checked Irey, who was not injured in 
any capacity. 

Following the fire department's departure, 
Smith Township Patrolman Fraser and 
Sebring Patrolman Brindack cleared the 
scene. I cleared the scene following the 
arrival of Ohio State Patrol Trooper 
Thomas. At the time of my departure, Irey 
advised her daughter was on her way from 
Salem to pick her up and that she had 
contacted roadside assistance to have the
vehicle towed.



Ptl. Marchionda #508




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008206 
TRAFFIC 
W Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Victoria Nelson (AGE 18)
4145 S Mahoning Ave, Alliance, Ohio 
44601-8517

Reckless Operation  SCO 333.09A
Obedience to Traffic Control Device  SCO 
313.01



On Saturday, September 1,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was standing 
outside of the SEBRING POLICE 
DEPARTMENT when I observed a red 
hatchback come down E Ohio Ave at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I watched as the 
vehicle approached the intersection at E 
Ohio Ave and N 15th St and proceed 
through the intersection at a high rate of 
speed after failing to stop at the functioning 
flashing red traffic light. 

I quickly entered marked unit #302 and as I 
pulled out onto E Ohio Ave, I activated my 
overheard emergency lights and audible 
siren.


As I crossed over onto W Ohio Ave, I 
observed the red hatchback was already in 
the area of the 300 block of W Ohio Ave. I 
quickly caught up to the vehicle, a red 
Pontiac hatchback bearing Ohio registration 
HLW4742, on W Ohio Ave near N 20th St 
as it pulled over and came to a complete 
stop on W Ohio Ave at N Johnson Rd. 
Immediately upon exiting my patrol vehicle, 
I ordered the driver to turn the vehicle off, 
place her hands outside the window and 
advised dispatch to send me a second unit.


Upon making contact with the driver, later 
identified as Victoria Nelson, I ascertained 
as to why she had driven so fast through 
the village and why she failed to stop at the 
traffic light. Nelson advised me she had 
been in contact with her mother over the 
phone and that she was told to come home. 
Nelson admitted she had not been paying 
attention and was unaware of how fast she 
was going or that she had failed to stop at 
the traffic light. Patrolman Scott and 
Patrolman Peterman arrived on scene at 
this time.


I instructed Nelson to exit the vehicle and 
stand off the side of the roadway so we 
could continue talking. Nelson was visibly 
distraught and hysterical. For her safety as 
well as our safety, Nelson was temporarily 
placed in handcuffs behind her back 
(gapped and double locked) and advised 
she was detained pending further 
investigation. 

Nelson consented to a search of her vehicle 
and stood by with Patrolman Scott while 
Patrolman Peterman and I conducted the 
search. No contraband was recovered 
during the course of the consensual search 
of the vehicle.


Given the distance between Nelson and I 
when I initially activated my overhead 
emergency Iights, sirens and that she 
started to pull over once I neared her 
vehicle, I advised she was not going to be 
arrested for failure to comply. 

I removed the handcuffs from Nelson and 
allowed her to enter her vehicle. Nelson 
was issued citation #031426 for Village 
Ordinances 333.09A Reckless Operation 
and 313.01 Obedience to Traffic Control 
Device. Nelson was able to provide valid 
proof of insurance on scene and was 
advised of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
September 13,2018 at 0900.



PtI D. Marchionda #508
9.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008075
Criminal
Ralph's Deli


ARRESTED:  Nicholas Leasure
135 South McKinley Avenue, Alliance Ohio
Telecommunications Harassment  2917.21



On 8-13-2018 I was dispatched to 883 S. 
14th St. for Telecommunications 
Harassment.


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Branson Miller. Bransan 
advised his girlfriend used to date Nicholas 
C. Leasure, 135 S. McKinley Ave. Alliance. 
Branson advised Nicholas has been 
contacting him on Facebook and harassing 
him. Branson advised Nicholas has 
threatened him and his girlfriend Elani 
Pisoni. Branson advised Nicholas has sent 
him 31 text messages, made 41 phone 
calls, and left 3 voice messages between 
1200hrs 8/5/2018 and 1527hrs on 8/6/2018. 

Branson advised Nicholas is currently in 
Stark County Jail and has been calling Elani 
from jail. Screen shots of the text messages 
as well as recordings of the voice 
messages will be placed with the case file. 

This case will be forwarded to the 
prosecutor for a possible charge of 
Telecommunications Harassment.


OFFICER: Joshua Kelm  #505



(FOLLOWUP)


On 8/13/2018 Bransons girlfriend Elani 
Pisoni, 1335 Homestead Ave. Alliance, 
came to the police station to give a written 
statement. Elani advised Nicholas has been 
harassing her making phone calls, text 
messages, and showing up to her place of 
residence when she is not home. Elani 
advised Nicholas has said "he is going to 
pop my tires, put water in my gas tank, 
shoot my motor, take my phone and smash 
it." Elani advised Nicholas told her he is 
going to ruin her life by lying to everyone 
she knows.


Ptl. Kelm #505
8/13/2018


(FOLLOWUP)



On 8/14/2018 I made contact with 
prosecutor Theresa Tolson. Theresa 
advised she approved a charge of 
Telecommunications Harassment for 
Nicholas. A state complaint will be typed 
and sent to MCC#3.



Ptl. Kelm #505
8/75/2018


(FOLLOWUP)



On 08/31/2018, I was contacted by Alliance 
Police Department whom advised that they 
were with Nicholas Leasure on a traffic 
stop. Alliance was advised that the warrant 
was still good and active. I then went to 
Ralph's Deli on Alliance Sebring Road to 
meet Alliance. Nicholas was then taken into 
my custody and transported back to the 
department. 

Once back at the department, Ptl. Redfern 
processed Nicholas and issued Nicholas a 
recognizance bond In the amount of $1250. 
Nicholas was issued a court date of 
09/06/2018 at 0900.



Chief Harris




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009002
Traffic
Courtney Rd near N 12th Street


CITED:  Tyler Rinehast
846 W Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH 44672
Speed 51/35mph  333.03 SCO



On 09/01/13 while patrolling in a marked 
patrol car, I was traveling West on Courtney 
Rd approaching the railroad tracks, when I 
observed a white car travelling east On 
Courtney rd. at a visibly high sate of speed. 
The vehicle was on the other side of the 
railroad tracks in the 300 block of Courtney 
Rd., 

I activated my in car mobile radar and 
clocked the vehicle at 51mph in a clearly 
marked 35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle a White Chevy Malibu 
bearing OH FPP6110 on Courtney Rd near 
N 12th St. I made contact with the driver 
identified as Tyler J Rinehast and he was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 09/13/18 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
09/01/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009004
TRAFFIC



CITED: RANDY  DALTON 
8124 LINCOLN ST. NE EAST CANTON, 
OHIO 44730
EXPIRED REGISTRATION  SCO 335.10



9-1-2018 While on patrol, traveling south on 
south 12th street, I, Patrolman Peterman, 
and Patrolman Scott spotted what appeared 
to be a white truck following too closely to 
another vehicle heading south on south 
12th street. Upon getting closer to vehicle, I 
and Patrolman Scott observed the same 
white truck travel left of center on a double 
yellow line. 

I initiated emergency lights, and observed 
the white truck pull over to the right side of 
the road. Upon approach at 2354 we 
observed an older white male, later 
identified as Randy Kaleb Dalton, and a 
young infant in the back seat, placed in a 
child seat and seat belted in the drivers 
rear, as well as a young white female 
seatbelted in the passenger rear. 

I, Patrolman Peterman, identified myself 
and informed Randy of the reason for the 
stop as crossing the double line, and 
proceeded to ask for license, registration, 
and insurance.

All documents were provided, and dispatch 
stated the drivers license was valid, 
however, dispatch also informed me the 
vehicle registration came back expired as of 
8-17-2018. I returned to my cruiser and 
issued a citation for expired registration 
SCO 335.10, and gave a verbal warning for 
crossing the double yellow lines. 

I informed Randy of a court appearance on 
9-13-2018 at 9 A-M,, and it was not 
required to appear in court.

I and Patrolman Scott then returned to my 
vehicle and cleared.



Ptl A. Peterman #514
9.1.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009007 
DATE: 09/02/2018 21 :46:00



On 9/2/2018 at 2146 pm t, Ptl, Hughey, and 
Ptl. Rober were dispatched to 436 N 14th 
St. for a possible burglary. Upon our arrival 
we made contact with Nicholas Risden 
(TQ204286) and McKenna Risden 
(UH489737):They advised that upon their 
arrival back home their back door was open 
and Mr. Risden's dresser had been gone 
through. He advised that his cloths were 
spread all over and pictures of him and Mrs. 
Risden were the only things that were 
missing. 

Ptl. Rober examined the door and could not 
find any signs of forced entry. Mr. Risden 
advised that he believed that it was possibly 
his ex-girlfriend however had no proof that it 
was her. Both Mr. and Mrs. Risden did not 
want any report to be taken or further action 
at this time. Both myself and Ptl. Rober 
cleared the scene with no further actions 
taken.



Ptl, Hughey  #513
9/2/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009009 
DATE: 091031201 8 00:30:00



On 9/3/2018 at 0030 I, Ptl. Hughey, was 
dispatched to 236 Alabama Ave. Apt. 12 for 
a theft of a phone. Upon my arrival the 
resident, Cara Baiheto, advised that her 
new iPhone 8 was stolen. She advised that 
the last time she used her iPhone was as a 
flashlight to get an item out of her unlocked 
car and then went into her neighbors house 
leaving her phone in the car. When she 
came back out to the car the phone was 
gone. 

She advised that she searched everywhere 
for It and could not find it.  She also had her 
friend call it which it rang three times and 
then it went to voice mail. When she tried 
calling it again it went straight to voicemail.


I advised Ms. Baiheto that I would make a 
report for the phone and to notify the 
department if she located it. I cleared the 
scene with no further incident.



Ptl.  Hughey #513

9/2/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009018
Traffic
Courtney Rd Near N Johnson rd

CITED:  Jason Grace JR
10232 State Route 224, Deerfield, Ohio 
Speed 52/35 mph  333.03 SCO




On 09/04/18 while in a marked patrol car, I 
was parked facing west in the shipping and 
receiving area of Famous distribution in the 
300 block of Courtney Rd. While there I 
observed a red truck pass me travelling 
west on Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate 
of speed, I activated my in car Radar and 
clocked the vehide at 52mph in a clearly 
marked 35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle a red Ford Truckbearing OH 
HIF5084 on Courtney Rd near N Johnson 
Rd. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Jason Daniel Grace Jr. and he was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCCS#3 of 09/13/18 at 0900hrs 
with a personal appearance not required, I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
09/04/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009005
Traffic
W. Maryland. N 18th St.


CITED: Mason Phillips
2087 Lake Rd. Akron, OH 44312
OVI (SFST)  ORC 4511 +19(A)(1)(a)




On 09/01/2018 at 12:39am while I Ptl. Scott 
and Ptl. Peterman were on patrol as a 
double unit we responded to a call of 
service regarding a male at the intersection 
of W. Maryland Ave. and N. 18th St. 
unconscious in the operators seat of a 
vehicle.


Upon my arrival, Patrolman Scott and 
Patrolman Peterman were already on 
scene. Patrolman Scott made contact with 
the male driver who appeared to be passed 
out behind the wheel. After the driver, later 
identified as Mason Phillips, woke up, 
Patrolman Scott instructed him to exit the 
vehicle.


Phillips was acting unusual and appeared to 
be under the influence of an unknown 
substance.


Patrolman Scott ran Phillips through 
standardized field sobriety tests and 
subsequently placed Phillips under arrest 
for suspicion of OVI. Phillips was 
handcuffed and placed in the back of 
marked unit #302 where Patrolman Scott 
advised Phillips of his Miranda Rights. I 
notified dispatch and requested a tow truck 
be sent to the scene to recover the vehcle.

Prior to conducting the administrative 
inventory, Patrolman Scott informed 
Patrolman Peterman and I that Phillips 
admitted to smoking marijuana earlier.

During the course of the administrative 
inventory of the vehicle. I opened the center 
console to check for any valuables  or 
personal documents Phillips may have 
wanted to take with him. Upon opening the 
center console, I immediately smelled a 
strong odor of marijuana. I advised dispatch 
during the course of conducting the 
administrative inventory, contraband had 
been detected and that we would be 
performing a probable cause vehicle 
search. 

Patrolman Scott and I located a small clear 
plastic container codaining,small vegetative 
fragments. Upon opening the small 
container, we smelled a strong odor of 
marijuana. No other contraband was 
discovered during the remainder of the 
search.



Patrolman Scott and Patrolman Peterman 
placed Phillips into the back of marked unit 
#301 and transported him from the scene to 
the SEBRING POLICE STORIES to begin 
processing. I remained on scene as 
Springers arrived and towed the vehicle to 
10 N 12th St. 

Upon arriving at the station, I collected a 
urine sample from Phillips and 
subsequently logged, sealed and placed the 
sample in the refrigerator located in the 
squad room. Phillips was photographed, 
fingerprinted and provided signed copies of 
his recognizance form and traffic citation. 
Phillips was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
83 on Thursday, September 6,2018 at 0900 
to answer for the charge of ORC 
4511.19A1A OVI. I then provided Phillips 
with a courtesy transport to his father's 
residence on N 12th St.



Ptt D. Marchionda #508 
9.2.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009022
Traffic
400 Block W. California Ave.


CITED:  James Friedman 
6211 Pulney Court Ave. NW Massillon
Speed (46/25)  333.03


On 9/5/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a white in 
color Dodge truck traveling west on W. 
California Ave. at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I activated my mounted radar unit 
and confirmed the speed to be 46mph in a 
clearly marked 25mph zone. I activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle bearing Oh registration 
PIU1413 in the 400 block of W. California 
Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, James Friedman. I 
advised James the reason for the stop to 
which James replied he was "trying to see 
how fast the train was going." I requested 
his license,registration, and proof of 
insurance. Upon receiving all requested 
documents James was issued a citation for 
Speed/SCO 333.03. 

James was advised of his court date at 
MCC #3 on 9/13/2018 at 0900 hours with 
no personal appearance required to which 
he advised he understood. Once James 
signed the citation I gave him his copy. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
9/5/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009035 
TRAFFIC 
N Johnson Rd at W Virginia Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED:  Robert Baird 
12317 Goshen Rd, Salem, Ohio 
Expired Plates SCO 335.10



On Saturday, September 8,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
black 4-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the west and turn north 
onto N Johnson Rd.

As the vehicle passed me, I could hear the 
exhaust emitting excessive noise. I pulled 
out from my location and proceeded to 
catch up b the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop by activating my overhead emergency 
lights. The vehicle, a black Chevrolet 
Impala bearing Ohio registration EDK2413, 
came to a complete stop on N Johnson Rd 
at W Virginia Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Robert Baird, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
I requested Baird to provide me with his 
drivers license and proof of insurance. Baird 
was only able to provide me with his driver's 
license. 

After relaying Baird's license information to 
dispatch, I was advised the vehicle 
registration had expired in June of this year. 
Baird was issued citation #031328 for 
Village Ordinance 335.10 Expired Plates 
and advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, September 20,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
9.8.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-009033 
DATE: 09/07/2018 16:39:00



On 09/07/2018, I was dispatched to the 
station to take a report in reference to an 
animal complaint. I arrived on location and 
spoke to James Dawson whom advised that 
yesterday James Twaddle's dog attacked 
his dog and now his dog is injured. James 
advised that he didn't want anything done at 
this time just for the incident to be on file. 
Report was taken and incident was cleared.

Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18009032
criminal
Quick Lube 155 W Ohio Ave Sebring OH


ARRESTED:  Michael Sharp
LKA 1105 Walnut Ave Alliance OH 44672 
OH 
Disorderly Conduct (making offensive 
utterance) 509.03(A2)



On 09/07/18 I responded to 133 N 16th St 
for a report of threats.

UPON arrival I spoke with Carol Moore whe 
advised me that she was sitting outside with 
Donald Hanes and Lora Coss when a man 
walked be with a dog.  This caused Carols 
dogs to bark.  At this point Carol said 
Michael C Sharp who was working on a car 
near by then told her to "shut her fucking 
dogs up or he would give them anti-freeze". 
Carol said she then told Mike not to 
threaten her dogs and he came up to her 
and said he would poor gasoline on her. 

Carol said Mike did not threaten to light her 
on fire just to poor gas on her. Donald and 
Lora said they heard Mike say all of these 
things however Donald Hanes also said that 
he believed Mike was making a general 
statement towards all the dogs barking in 
the neighborhood not just Carol's dog. 

Regardless Carol said she was heavily 
offended by what had been said and 
wanted charges. Written statements were 
obtained from all parties and I cleared and 
went to the quick lube where Michael Sharp 
currently was and he was issued a MM 
Citation for Disorderly conduct 509.03CA2) 
"No person shall recklessly cause alarm to 
another by making an offensively course 
utterance". 

Mike was given a court date at MCC#3 of 
09/13/18 at 0900hrs and I cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
09/07/18




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Tuesday, September 04, 2018
08:29 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005190
TRAFFIC
N Johnson Rd / W Oregon Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Robert Hodapp
5880 buisville St Apt 7, Louisville, Ohio
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver)  SCO 
337.27



On Wednesday, August 29,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
white 4-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the west and fail to stop at 
the posted stop sign before turning south 
onto N Johnson Rd. I immediately initiated 
a traffic stop after pulling out from my 
location and activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle, a white Ford 
Fusion bearing Ohio registration HFC3079, 
came to a complete stop on N Johnson Rd 
at W Oregon Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Robert Hodapp, I identified 
myseIf and informed him of the reason for 
the traffic stop. While speaking to Hodapp, I 
observed he was not wearing his seatbelt 
and asked him if he had been wearing it 
prior to being stopped. Hodapp admitted to 
me he did nut have his seatbelt on prior to 
being stopped, I requested Hedapp to 
provide me with his driver's license and 
proof of insurance. Hodapp provided me 
with both of the aforementioned documents.


Hodapp was issued citation #031327 for 
Village Ordinance 337.27 Safety Be1t: 
Failure to Wear (Driver) and given a verbal 
warning for the stop sign violation. Hodapp 
was advised of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
September 6,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
8.29.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008138 
Criminal
Alliance Community Hospital


ARRESTED: Derek  Rinehart
127 East Florida Ave, Sebring
Misuse of Credit Card M-1  2913.21
Theft F-5  2913.71


On 08/20/2018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to the station to take a theft 
report. Upon arrival I spoke with Amanda 
Stovall. Amanda stated to me that Derek 
Rinehart is currently staying at her house 
helping her mother out with household 
chores and help around the house. Amanda 
told me that she is a current student at YSU 
and that she left for school today and left 
her wallet behind along which contained her 
credit cards that belonged to her.


When she arrived back at home she had to 
go to the library to use their computer for a 
school project.


Amanda then stated that when it came to 
pay since she had to use her credit card 
that she noticed her credit card is missing. 
Amanda then looked on the computer and 
immediately canceled the card and looked 
up the transaction that were being used. 
Amanda stated that her credit card was 
used at Circle K store #5328 on 08/20/2018 
at 3:16pm in Sebring and spent a total 
amount of $18.37. 

I then asked who does she think it was, 
which she replied it was probably Derek 
Rinehart or ****** since ***** has made 
statements before saying he can take 
whatever he wants. 

I then had Amanda fill out a voluntary 
statement about the incident. Once Amanda 
she was done I advised her if she had 
anymore information to contact us.


I then traveled to 205 E Ohio Ave ( Circle K 
#5328) and spoke with one of the 
employee. I asked her if there is anyway I 
can pull some tapes on 08/20/2018 at 
3:16pm which I got a reply yes. I then 
reviewed the tapes and noticed Derek 
Rinehart enter Citcle K pick up a 12 pack 
case of pop and buy 2 packs of Cigarettes. 
We then pulled up the copy of the 
transaction receipt and showed he spent a 
total of $18.37 at Circle K. I then obtained a 
copy of the receipt and a copy of the 
security camera of him using the card and 
entering the building. Upon nothing further I 
cleared.


08/20/2018 2109hrs I, Officer Rober, was 
contacted by Amanda Stovall via phone and 
she advised me that along with her credit 
card missing she stated it was her bank 
card that was missing and it was a Master 
Card with the last 4 digits of 4776. Which 
shows on the receipt the card being used at 
Circle K #5328 by Derek Rinehart on 
08/20/2018 at 3:16pm. I then stated to 
Amanda if she had anymore info to contact 
us. Upon nothing further I cleared.


Ptl. J-Rober #511


(CONTINUED INVESTIGATION)


On 08/23/2018 I received this case. After 
review it is determined that Derek Guy 
Rinehart is in violation of section 2913.21 of 
the orc Misuse of a Credit Card and Section 
2913.71 Theft. This case will be forwarded 
to Prosecutor Tolson for review of possible 
warrants. 

Redfern 504



(CONTINUED INVESTIGATION)



On 08/24/2018, I was advised that Derek 
Rinehart was at the Alliance hospital being 
treated for Meth ingestion. I called the 
Alliance ER and asked what his status was 
and the staff advised that he was being 
discharged and he was just waiting for a 
ride. I then went enmute from station, and 
requested APD to respond and stand by 
with him until I could arrive on location. I 
arrived on location with APD.  Derek was in 
the process of scrambling around to quickly 
leave. Derek was then advised of his 
warrants and was taken into custody. Derek 
was cuffed and taken to my unit and 
transported back to station.


Once back at the station Derek was 
obviously still under the influence of meth. 
Derek was processed with out incident. 
Derek advised that he wanted to provide a 
written statement of the events. Derek was 
read his rights and he signed off that he 
understood his rights. Derek whom was 
obvibusly still under the influence was not 
making any sense. Derek advised that he 
wanted me to look though his conversations 
and Derek signed a consent to search for 
his phone. Derek at the end of his story that 
made no sense and was going in several 
different directions made a threat and 
advised that he was going to rob Amanda 
and Martha when he was released from jail. 

Derek was becoming more irate and it was 
decided that Derek would be placed back in 
cuffs for his protection and he would be 
taken to MCJ. Derek was on his way out to 
the cruiser when he told Ptl. Brindack and 
myself that he was currently in possession 
of drugs. Derek advised that he was in 
possession of cut up fentanyl patches that 
he was given by Brandon Fisher. 

Derek was searched and nothing was 
found. Derek advised that he was in 
possession of them but he was not sure 
where they were. Derek advised that he 
wanted us to take the drugs so the jail 
wouldn't charge him with conveyance. 
Derek was transported to the Jail. Once at 
the jail Derek was hostile to medical staff 
and the booking deputies. The booking staff 
then went hands on with Derek and Derek 
was locked in a cell. During the rest of the 
process phase. The deputy refused Derek's 
cell phone and advised that we needed to 
take it. Derek's phone was brought back to 
the station and it will be held for safe 
keeping.



REPORTING OFFICER: Chad Redfern, Jr., 
#504





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008197
traffic
Courtney Rd/ Johnson Rd



CITED: Ernest Jordon 
12842 Marlboro Ave Alliance OR 44601
Speed 58/35   333.03



On 08/30/18 while in a marked patrol car, I 
was parked facing west in the shipping and 
receiving area of Famous distribution in the 
300 block of Courtney Rd. While there I 
observed a silver SUV pss me travelling 
west on Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate 
of speed, I activated my in car Radar and 
clocked the vehicle at 58mph in a clearly 
marked 35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicIe a White Infiniti QX56 bearing 
OH O51YNX on Courtney Rd near N 
Johnson Rd. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Ernest R Jordon and he was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 09/06/18 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required, I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
08/30/18




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Monday, September 03, 2018
05:37 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008181
Traffic
South 12th st Rt East Georgia Ave



CITED: Chiristopher Brown
489 Jennings Ave Salem, OH 44460
Speed 48/35mph  333.03



On 08/27/2018 1 Officer Rober while on 
patrol in marked unit 303 was conducting 
stationary radar on S 12th st at E Georgia-
Ave. observed Black in color SUV that 
appeared to be travelling above the posted 
speed limit. I then activated the mounted 
radar located in unit 303 and got a locked 
speed of 48 in a posted 35 MPH zone.

I then activated my emergency lights and 
made a stop of the vehicle. I then identified 
the driver as Christopher Brown and asked 
what the reason for the speed was. 
Christopher stated he was not paying 
attention and was just trying to get home. 

I then cited Christopher for speed and gave 
him a court date of 09/06/2018 at 0900hrs 
and upon nothing further I cleared and 
resumed patrol.



Ptl J. Rober #511
08/27/20 18



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008182
Traffic
East Maryland Ave & North 14th st

CITED: Tad Hansen 
145 E Maryland Ave Sebring, Ohio
DUS-Non-Compliance 335.07 SCO



On 8/27/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I had dispatch run Ohio plate 
HLD2427 to which they advised the 
registered owner was suspended. The 
driver of the vehicle matched the 
description of the registered owner so I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle on E 
Maryland Ave near N 14th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver/owner Tad A. 
Hansen. Tad advised he thinks he let his 
SR22 lapse which is why he had a non-
compliance suspension. 

Tad was issued a citation for DUS - Non-
Compliance 335-07 SCO and advised of his 
court date at MCC #3 on 8/30/2018 at 0900 
hours. Tad was approximately a half block 
away from his residence so the vehicle was 
parked there until he can get his license 
reinstated.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/27/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008183 
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St.


CITED: colleen Mingus
27756 Winona Rd. Salem
Speed(51/35) 333.03



On 8/28/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed a blue in 
color Chevy traveling north on S. 12th street 
at a visibly high rate of speed. I activated 
my mounted radar unit and confirmed the 
speed to be 51mph in a clearly marked 
35mph zone. I activated my overhead lights 
and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
bearing Oh registration FNR9510 in the 100 
block of S. 12th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Colleen Mingus. I 
advised Colleen the reason for the stop and 
requested her license, registration, and 
proof of insurance. Upon receiving all 
requested documents Colleen was issued a 
citation for Speed/SCO 333.03. Colleen 
was advised of her court date at MCC #3 on 
9/6/2018 at 0900 hours with no personal 
appearance required to which she advised 
he understood. 

Once Colleen signed the citation I gave her 
her copy. I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
8/28/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008184 
Traffic
North 12th Street near Courtney rd


CITED: Paul Bailey
19235 W Middletown rd Beloit, OH
Speed 50/35mph  333.03 SCO



On 8/28/20 18, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser traveling south on N 12th St, I 
observed a black car traveling north on N 
12 St near Pine Lake Rd at a visibly high 
rate of speed. I activated my radar unit 
which confirmed the speed to be 50 mph in 
a clearly posted 35 mph zone. I turned 
around and initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, bearing Ohio plate GCN6543 on N 
12th St near Courtney Rd. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver/owner, Paul D. 
Bailey. Paul advised he knew the speed 
limit was 35 however he thought he was 
only going 42 not 50 as my radar unit 
indicated. 

Paul was issued a citation for Speed 333.03 
SCO and advised of his court date at MCC 
#3 on 9/6/2018 at 0900 hours. Paul was 
able to provide valid proof of insurance at 
the time of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/28/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008185 
Traffic
COURTNEY RD NEAR N 12th St




CITED: James Freeman
664 W Georgia Ave, Sebring, OH
Speed 49/35mph 333.03 SCO


On 08/28/18 while in a marked patrol car, I 
was parked facing west in the shipping and 
receiving area of Famous distribution in the 
300 block of Courtney Rd. While there I 
observed a black truck travelling East on 
Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate of speed, 
I activated my in car Radar and clocked the 
vehicle at 49mph in a clearly marked 
35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle a Black ford truck bearing OH 
FZH2795 on Courtney Rd near N 12th St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
James L Freeman and he was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 09/06/18 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required, I then 
cIeared.



Ptl. Brindack 507




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Friday, August 31, 2018
08:35 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008158
TRAFFIC
N Johnson Rd at W Oregon Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Brandon Houck
507 W Oregon Ave, Sebring, Ohio
Stop Sign - Fail to Stop SCO 313.01
Turning at Intersections - Wide Turn SCO 
331.10



On Friday, Augnst 24,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on N 
Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed an 
SUV, with an exhaust emitting excessive 
noise, approach the intersection from the 
west. The SUV failed to slow down and stop 
at the posted stop sign before making an 
excessively wide turn south onto N Johnson 
Rd. I immediately pulled out from my 
location and initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights. 
The vehicle, a 1993 Teal GMC SUV bearing 
Ohio registration HHR9711, pulled onto W 
Oregon Ave west of N Johnson Rd and 
came to a complete stop on the south side 
of the roadway nearest Zep's Pizza 
Shoppe.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Brandon Houck, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reasons for 
the stop. I requested Houck to provide me 
with his driver's license, vehicle registration 
and proof of insurance. Houck provided me 
his driver's license while his passenger, 
identified as Kendra Hamrnond, provided 
me with the vehicle registration and 
insurance documentation. 

Houck was issued citation #031326 for 
Village Ordinances 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail 
to Stop, 331.10 Turning at Intersections - 
Wide Turn and given a verbal warning for 
loud exhaust. Houck was advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda # 508
8.24.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008160 
DATE: 08/24/2018 08:15:00


Dispatched to the area of South Side Park 
for dogs running loose.


On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
the area of Southside park ref to 3 large 
white dogs running at large. I arrived in the 
area and located the dogs on E. Texas Ave 
in the 100 Blk. I stood by with the animals 
until the owner Jessica M Bush arrived and 
I assisted with loading the animals in a 
cattle trailer. 

Jessica advised that the dogs got thru the 
Electric under ground fence at her 
residence located at 14515 Bandy Rd.



REPORTING OFFICER: Steven McDaniel 
#509



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008173
TRAFFIC
N. Johnson / W. Texas Ave.


CITED:  Tessa Elsass 
6443 Camp Blvd Hanoverton, OH 44423
No OLN / Expired OLN  SCO 335.01


On 08/25/2018 at 11:16pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. Johnson Rd. when I observed a 
vehicle in front of me go left of center 
multiple times. I initiated a traffic stop on S. 
Johnson Rd. near Texas Ave. The vehicle 
was a 2009 Toyota sedan bearing Ohio 
registration (FLU6334).


I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
none of the requested documents and I 
obtained a name, date of birth, and a social 
security number. The driver stated that she 
had an Ohio ID but it expired when she 
moved to North Carolina but she had 
recently moved back and could not obtain 
an Ohio driver's license due to something 
that happened in North Carolina.


Dispatch then advised me that the driver 
was Tessa Elsass and her Ohio driver's 
license was expired and she had a valid 
State ID card. Dispatch then advised me 
that Tessa's North Carolina's driver's license 
was suspended.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Tessa a traffic citation for No OLN / Expired 
OLN SCO 335.01.

I gave Tessa a court date of 08/30/2018 at 
9:OOam for MCC#3 with a personal 
appearance required and then had the 
passenger which was valid operate the 
vehicle. Once Tessa signed the citation I 
then provided her a copy and then cleared.




Ptl. Scott #506




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Thursday, August 30, 2018
06:29 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008140
TRAFFIC
Courtney Rd near N 12th St


CITED: Jalene Weaver 
15623 Garfield Rd Salem OH 44460 OH
speed 48/35  333.03


On 08/21/18 while in a marked patrol car, I 
was parked facing west in the shipping and 
receiving area of Famous distribution in the 
300 block of Courtney Rd. While there I 
observed a silver van travelling East on 
Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate of speed, 
I activated my in car Radar and clocked the 
vehicle at 48mph in a clearly marked 
35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle a silver Honda Odyssey bearing OH 
HDA8047 on Courtney Rd near N 12th St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Jalene  Weaver and she was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03.and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 08/30/18 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required, I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
07/03/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 1800814 
Traffic
200 blk E Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH


CITED John Virden 
12547 Beloit Snodes Rd. Beloit, OH 44609
Speed (40/25) 333.03


On 8/21/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser in the 200 block of W 
Ohio Ave, I observed a white truck traveling 
east on W Ohio Ave near N 17th St at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated my 
radar unit which confirmed the speed to be 
40 mph in a clearly posted 25 mph zone. I 
pulled out and once the vehicle cleared the 
traffic light at N 15th St and Ohio Ave, I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, bearing 
Ohio plate FYD7096 in the 200 block of E 
Ohio Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, John P. Virden. John 
advised he was driving his friends truck and 
wasn't paying attention to his speed.


John was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of his court date 
at MCC #3 on 8/30/2018 at 0900 hours. 
John was able to provide valid proof of 
insurance at the time of stop.




Sgt. Eberling #503




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008142
TRAFFIC
California Ave / S 16th st


CITED: Stefanie Papadak- Bych First 
Stefanie Middle
6142 Warren Sharon Rd Brookfield OH 
44403
speed 41/25  333.03



On 08/21/18 I was parked facing west in the 
parking lot of the factory in the 200 block of 
W California Ave. when I observed a white 
SW traveIling east on W California at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated my in 
car radar unit and clocked the vehicle at 
4lmph in a. clearly posted 25mph zone. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a white 
Acura bearing OH temporary 6361232 in 
the 100 block of W California near S 16th 
St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Stefanie Popadak- Bych and She was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 08/30/18 at 
0900hrs with a - personal appearance not 
required, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
07/11/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008143 
Traffic 
200 blk / 16th St. Sebring, OH

CITED: Julie Bradley 
Speed (43125) 333.03



On 8/21/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser traveling west on W Ohio Ave 
near N 16th St, I observed a silver truck 
traveling east on W Ohio Ave near N 17th 
St at a visibly high rate of speed. I activated 
my radar unit with confirmed the speed to 
be 43 mph in a clearly posted 25 mph zone. 
I turned around and initiated a traffic stop 
on the truck, bearing Ohio plate HDA7349 
in the 200 block of N 16th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Julie A. Bradley. 
Julie advised she thought the speed limit 
was 35 mph and not 25 mph. I advised her 
it changes from 35 mph to 25 mph at N 17" 
St. Julie was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of her court date 
at MCC #3 on 8/30/2018 at 0900 hours to 
which she advised she understood. 

Julie was able to provide valid proof of 
insurance on the vehicle at the time of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/21/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008151
TRAFFIC
S 12th St at Village Limits, Sebring, Ohio


CITED: Amanda  Rowe
864 S 14th St, Sebring, Ohio 44672
Speed (49/35) SCO 333.03



On Thursday, August 23,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling north on S 12th 
st near the village Limits in marked unit 
#302. Upon entering the village, I observed 
a vehicle traveling south at what appeared 
to be a high rate of speed. After activating 
my patrol cars' forward mounted radar 
antenna, I observed and locked a digital 
read out pf 49MPH in a posted 35 MPH. 
Immediately after the vehicle passed me, I 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights and turned my 
patrol car around to catch up with the 
vehicle. The vehicle, a red 2017 Dodge 
SUV bearing Ohio registration HKJ3943, 
came to a complete stop on S 12th St just 
passed the village limits.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Amanda Rowe, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Rowe to provide her 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. Rowe was able to 
provide a11 of the aforementioned 
documentation. Rowe was issued citation 
#031249 for Village Ordinance 333.03 
Speed - Over Limits (49/35) and advised of 
her appearance before Mahoning County 
Court #3 on Thursday, September 6,2018 at 
0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #SO8
8.23.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008147
traffic 
S 12th St near Baugh Ave


CITED: Tammi Whitted
18110 Weastern Reserve N Benton OH 
44449
speed 49/35    333.03



On 08/22/18 I was parked facing south in 
the parking lot of Haiss Fabripart at 100 S 
12th St. when I observed a red SUV 
travelling north on S 12th at a visibly high 
rate of speed. I activated my in car radar 
unit and clocked the vehicle at 49mph in a 
dearly posted 35mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle a red GMC Envoy 
bearing OH DLY4414 On S 12th St near 
Baugh. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Tammi L Whitted and She was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 08/30/18 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required, I then 
cleared.




Ptl. Brindack 507
08/22/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008149 
Traffic 
300 block W Ohio Ave. Sebring OH


CITED: Brandon Houck 
507 W Oregon Ave Sebring OH 44672
No OLN (Not on Person) 335.01
Loud Crackling Exhaust 331.36



On 8/22/20 18, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed an SUV operating 
around town with an extremely loud 
crackling exhaust. I was able to locate the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, bearing Ohio plate HHR9711 in the 
300 block of W Ohio Ave. 

I made contact with the driver who was 
identified as Brandon A. Hodck. Brandon 
advised he knew the exhaust was loud 
however he advised it has "glasspacks" on 
the exhaust so its street legal. I advised 
Brandon that the loud crackling exhaust can 
be heard from blocks away and is 
excessive and in violation of 331.36 SCO. 

Brandon advised he did not have his drivers 
license on him as he had left it at home. 

Brandon was issued a citation for No-OLN 
335.01 SCO and Loud Crackling Exhaust 
331.36 SCO and advised of his court date 
at MCC #3 on 8/30/2018 at 0900 hours to 
which he advised he understood. Brandon 
was able to provide valid proof of insurance 
at the time of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/22/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008146 
DATE: 0812212018 12:46:00


On 8/22/2018 I was dispatched to the area 
of 547 W. Texas Ave. for a barking dog 
complaint.

Upon arrival I was able to hear a dog 
barking in the back yard at 531 W. Texas 
Ave. I attempted to make contact with the 
residents but no one would come to the 
door at the time. A barking dog letter was 
typed and placed on the front door of the 
residence. I then cleared.


Ptl. Kelm #505





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008154
TRAFFIC
Courtney Rd near N 12th St



CITED:  John Heydie 
9728 Deltona Dr New Middletown OH
Speed 51/35  333 -03



On 08/23/18 while in a marked patrol car, I 
was parked facing west in the shipping and 
receiving area of Famous distribution in the 
300 block of Courtney Rd. While there I 
observed a black car travelling East on 
Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate of speed, 
I activated my in car Radar and clocked the 
vehicle at 51mph in a clearly marked 
35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle a Black Nissan Versa bearing OH 
HDC8049 on Courtney Rd near N 22th St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
John M Heydie and he was issued a citation 
for speed 333.03 and given a court date at 
MCC#3 of 08/30/18 at 0900hrs with a 
personal appearance not required, I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008155
TRAFFIC
200 block E Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH



CITED:  Braxton Perkins
1000 W Tennessee Ave Sebring OH
Speed (38/25)  333.03



On 8/23/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser in the 200 block of E 
Ohio Ave, I observed a blue car traveling 
west on E Ohio Ave near N 13th St at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated my 
radar unit which confirmed the speed to be 
38 mph in a clearly posted 25 mph zone. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, bearing 
Ohio plate FQD5914 in the 200 block of E 
Ohio Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Braxton J. Perkins. 
Braxton was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of his court date 
at MCC #3 on 8/30/2018 at 0900 hours. 
Braxton was able to provide valid proof of 
insurance on the vehicle at the time of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/23/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008156 
DATE: 08/23/2018 14:34:00



On 08/23/18 I responded to a report of 
suspicious persons possibly soliciting 
around Maryland and 19th St. in a tan van. 

Upon arrival I observed the tan van bearing 
Michigan DVG6621 parked in the 300 block 
of North 19th St. I made contact with the 
occupants identified as Dominique Pierce 
and Vitali Tanner Weenum who advised 
they were selling energy rewards packets 
and trying to get people to switch energy 
companies. 

They were advised they need a permit to do 
so and they advised they would be done for 
the day and get the necessary permit, both 
were however found to be suspended so 
they waited for valid driver Duwan K Idley 
also working for the company and cleared 
the area.




Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008157
TRAFFIC
W Ohio Ave at N 19th St, Sebring, Ohio


CITED:  Andrew Helmuth
246 1/2 W Oregon Ave, Sebring, Ohio 
44672
Fictitious Plates  SCO 335.10



On Thursday, August 23,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was padrolling south on N 14th 
St near Circle K in marked unit #302. Upon 
passing Circle K, I observed a red Ford 
vehicle with a black hood attempting to turn 
onto N 14th St. As I turned onto E Ohio 
Ave, I performed a random registration 
check and relayed the front pIate, Ohio 
HEC1983, through dispatch. While waiting 
for a return from dispatch, I pulled into the 
parking lot of Sebring laundry. As the red 
Ford hatchback passed me, dispatch 
advised HEC1983 came back to a black 
2004 Chevrolet. I could also hear the 
exhaust emitting excessive noise.


After receiving this information, I pulled out 
onto W Ohio Ave and proceeded to catch 
up with the vehicle. As I neared the vehicle 
as it was heading west, I observed the rear 
plate to be Ohio HCB2373. I initiated a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle came to an 
abrupt stop without warning on W Ohio Ave 
at N 19th St. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Andrew Helmuth, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reasons for 
the stop. Helmuth stated he had just 
purchased the vehicle from a private seller 
but did not have any documentation to 
confirm this. Helmuth provided me his Ohio 
driver's license and the title for the vehicle. 
At this time, Patrolman Brindack arrived on 
scene to assist.


I asked dispatch if either plate I ran came 
back to Helmuth to which I was advised 
they did not. I ran the vehicle's identification 
number through dispatch to make sure the 
vehicle was not stolen. Dispatch advised 
the vehicle was not stolen and that the 
original vehicle registration, Ohio 
GMS2996, had expired in 2016. I then 
requested dispatch to send a tow truck to 
the scene. Patrolman Brindack performed 
the administrative inventory of the vehicle 
while I filled out the traffic citation.


Helmuth was issued citation #031250 for 
Village Ordinance 335.10 Fictitious Plates 
and was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 0900. 
Helmuth was also issued a verbal warning 
for Loud exhaust. Helmuth was unable to 
provide valid proof of insurance on scene. 
The vehicle was subsequently towed to 
Springers.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
8.23.2018



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Friday, August 24, 2018
03:48 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.; 18008110
TRAFFIC
S. Johnson Rd. / Perkins


David Blake Jr.
506 S. Johnson Rd. Sebring, OH 44672
Speed 51/35   SCO 333.03



On 08/17/2018 at 04:23am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary on the 
1000 block of S. Johnson Rd. when I 
observed a vehicle traveling south on S. 
Johnson Rd. that appeared to be traveling 
greater than the posted speed limit of 
35mph. I then activated the hand held radar 
unit apd I observed a digital reading of 
51mph. The vehicle then passed my cruiser 
and I then pulled onto the roadway and 
activated my cruisers overhead Iights and 
initiated a traffic stop in the Parking lot of 
the Perkins Restaurant. The vehicle was a 
2006 white Cadillac station wagon bearing 
Ohio registration HCF7765.


I then exited.rny cruiser and approached 
the vehicle and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I only received a driver's 
license and the driver was identified as 
David Blake Jr.


I then returned to 'my cruiser and wrote 
David a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave David a court date of 
08/30/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
persona1 appearance required. Once David 
signed his citation I provided him with a 
copy and cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
08/17/2018




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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008109
TRAFFIC
N Johnson Rd / W Maryland Aye, Sebring 
OH
I PHONE (330) 938-6114 
CLASSIFICATION FAX (330) 938-3427


CITED:  Jeffrey Dotson
27093 Lake Point Drive, Beloit


Stop Sign - Fail to Stop SCO 313.01



On Friday, August 17,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on N 
Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
silver ChevroIet 4-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the east and turn north 
onto N Johnson Rd without stopping at the 
posted stop sign. As the vehicle passed me, 
I pulled out from my location and initiated a 
trafic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle, a silver 
Chevrolet Impala bearing Ohio registration 
GYY9401, came to a complete stop on N 
Johnson Rd near W Maryland Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jeffrey Dotson, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested Dotson to provide me 
with his driver's license and insurance 
information. 

Dotson provided me with his license but 
was unable to produce a valid copy of his 
insurance information. 

Dotson was issued citation #031248 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail to 
Stop. Dotson was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008071
Criminal
135 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring Oh 44672


ARRESTED: Cathi Edie 
13748 Brace Ave. Alliance

Endangering Children   2929.22A



ARRESTED: Alixandria Edie 
125 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring


Endangering Children   2929.22A



On 8/12/2018 while on patrol I observed a 
small child playing near a dumpster behind 
125 E. Oregon Ave.


I made contact with the child who I 
recognized from a previous incident q 
Jayden Gray (2 YOA). I walked Jayden to 
125 E. Oregon Ave. where I knew his 
mother Alixandria Edie resides. Due to 
being involved in the previous incident (ref. 
18007184) I was aware Alixandira's mother 
had temporary custody of Jayden. I made 
contact with Alixandria and asked where 
her mother was. Alixandria advised Cathi 
was at her house in Alliance mowing the 
yard. I advised Alixandria she does not 
have custody of Jayden and he is not to be 
in her custody.


I contacted Monique Arocho from Mahoning 
County Children Services. I advised 
Monique of the situation. Monique advised 
she spoke to Alixandria earlier in the week 
and advised her she is not to have custody 
of Jayden or he will be taken from her 
permanently. Monique advised she would 
call Alixandria and take care of it.


On 8/13/2018 I made contact with 
Prosecutor,Theresa Tolson, I advised 
Theresa of the situation and she advised to 
charge both Alixandria and Cathi Edie with 
Endangering Children  12919.22A. State 
complaints were completed and sent to 
court.



Ptl. Kelm #505




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT 
Case No.: 18007154 
Criminal
MCC#3 606 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring



ARRESTED: Jeffrey McCullough 
784 S. 14th St. Sebring Oh 44672

Poss. Drug Abuse Instruments  2925.12



On 07/25/2018, I was dispatched to the 700 
block of South 14th Street in reference to a 
male whom was under the influence of 
drugs. 

 Upon my arrival I was met outside by 
Jeffrey McCullough whom appeared to be 
under the influence of an opiate. Jeffery had 
pinpoint constricted pupils and was slow to 
response. Jeffrey's nephew advised that he 
went out to the garage and found Jeffrey 
shooting heroin in his foot. The minor 
advised that there was a syringe along with 
a burnt,spoon in the garage.


The minor took me to where it was and 
evidence was collected. Jeffrey then went 
back into the residence and was standing at 
the door talking with his mother and sister. 
While I was standing outside the I was able 
to see through the glass screen door Jeffrey 
throw an object under the table.


Medic 1 arrived on location and was 
evaluating Jeffrey and Jeffrey's mother 
invited me into the home and advised that 
he threw an object under the table. Jeffery's 
mother and I looked under the table and 
found another syringe. Jeffrey was 
subsequently taken to the Alliance Hospital 
for treatment.



Redfern 504




On 08/02/2018, I Spoke to Mark Roth from 
Adult Parole whom advised that Jeffrey was 
arrested on a PV after testing positive for 
drugs on Friday. Mark advised that Jeffrey 
has been sent to an Adult Parole half way 
house In Youngstown.


A warrant will be sent to MCC#3 on M2 
Charges of Drug Abuse Instruments. Case 
will be closed with warrant issued.



Redfern 504





On 8/16/2018 I was dispatched to MCC#3 
for a warrant pickup. Upon arrival I made 
contact with Ptl. Redfern who advised 
Jeffrey McCullough had a warrant for his 
arrest. Jeffrey was placed under arrest and 
transported to the police, station for 
Possessing Drug Instruments 2925.12. 
After Jeffrey was processed he was 
transported back to MCC#3 for 
arraignment. I then cleared.




Ptt. Kelm #505




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Friday, August 24, 2018
02:02 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
REPORT NUMBER: 18-008128 
DATE: 08/18/2018 20:18


On 08/18/18 I was dispatched to an odor of 
marijuana at 216 W Ohio Ave around apt 
#110.


Upon arrival I could smell no odor of 
marijuana or any odor similar to marijuana 
around the reported apartment or anywhere 
in the building. I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008128 
DATE: 08/18/2028 16:38:00


On 08/18/18 I was dispatched to a report of 
a breaking and entering at the High School 
Football field.


Ptl. Brindack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No. : 18008125 
Traffic



Cited: Brittney Bradzenski
516 South 15th Street, Sebring Ohio 44672


Speed 40/25   333.03



On 08/18/2018 I was in the area of West 
California Avenue near South 19th Street in 
marked cruiser 301. I observed a white 
Nissian Versa, traveling west on West 
California Avenue at a speed that appeared 
to be greater then that of the posted speed 
limit of 25 MPH. I activated my mounted 
radar unit which gave a digital readout of 40 
MPH and made a high pitched noise. I then 
decided to make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the un-restrained driver 
of the vehicle identified as Brittney 
Brodzenski of Sebring. Brittney was advised 
of her offense, and immediately Brittney 
became extremely argumentative and 
confrontational. Brittney advised that she 
was only going 35 not 40. Brittney would 
not let me talk and only wanted to argue. 

I advised Brittney that she would be able to 
argue her case in court that I was not able 
to play judge and jury on the side of the 
road, At which point Brittney started to 
become even more irate and started yelling 
profanities very loudly to the point that 
residents started to exit their homes ta 
observe the stop. 

I advised that she needed to stop yelling 
profanities and causing a disturbance, or 
she would be arrested for disorderly 
conduct. Brittney advised that she was just 
involved in an altercation and thats why she 
was so upset as she continued to describe 
me as "A fucking Asshole*' 

Brittney was cited to MCC#3 on 08/23/2018 
at 0900 for a citation for speed, I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008124 
TRAFFIC
1200 Blk S. Johnson Road


CITED: Matthew  Adams
541 West Main Street, Alliance Ohio 44607


Speed 52/35   333.03



On 08/18/2018 I was in the area of Johnson 
Road near Grandview Cemetery in marked 
cruiser 301. I observed a white Toyota 
Camery, traveling north on Johnson Road 
at a speed that appeared to be greater then 
that of the posted speed limit of 35 MPH. I 
activated my mounted radar unit which 
gave a digital readout of 52 MPH and made 
a high pitched noise. I then decided to 
make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the restrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as Matthew Adams of 
Alliance. Matthew was advised of his 
offense, and advised that if he got another 
traffic citation for speed in the next year his 
speeding violation would be a M4 and I 
advised him that it was a jail-able offense.


Matthew was cited to MCC#3 on 
0812312018 at 0900 for a citation for 
speed. I then cleared without incident.



Ptl. Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008123 
Traffic/ Seat Belt
E. Oregon Ave and 13th St



CITED: Michael Coen 
414 N.Freedom Ave, Alliance


seat Belt 337.27




On 08-18-18, while on patrol in the village 
of Sebring, Mahoning County, I observed a 
blue Chevy Trailblazer bearing Ohio 
registration MLD2288 turning East on E. 
Oregon Ave from N. 13th St. I observed the 
vehicle fail to use a turn signal as required 
by law. I also observed the driver fail to 
have a seat belt on. I made a traffic stop on 
the vehicle on E. Oregon Ave near N. 13th 
St. 

The driver was identified as Michael P. 
Coen of 414 N. Freeman Ave in Alliance 
Ohio. The driver was given a warning for 
Turn Signal, and a citation for Seat Belt, 
and given a court date in MCC#3 on 8-23-
18 at 9:00Am.




Ptl. S.T. McDaniel # 509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
Private Property Accident

Report No. : 18008117 
Date of Crash 8/17/2018

Location of Crash  1100 North Johnson 
Road, Sebring Ohio 44672

Unit #1
Driver/Owner: Devin Robert Bircher  DOB 
1996 
Address 11800 Bandy Road, Alliance Ohio
Veh, Yr. 1999 Make Chevy Model. TK Color 
Red 



Unit #2
Owner: Sebastian Schubert Address 114 
Ramsy Court, Alliance Ohio 
Veh. Yr. 2004 Make Chevy Model SW Color 
Maroon


Driver 1 advised that he was backing into a 
parking space and hit Unit 2 while it was 
unoccupied



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008116
TRAFFIC
Courtney rd / Johnson Rd

CITED: Robert Gamble
148 Richards ave Columbiana

speed 50/35 333.03



On 08/17/18 I was parked in marked patrol 
car #303 in the loading bay area of Famous 
distribution in the 300 block of Courtney Rd 
facing east. While there I observed a silver 
car pass me travelling west going at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated my 
rear facing in car radar and clocked the 
vehicle at 50mph in a clearly posted 35mph. 
I activated my overhead lights and siren 
and turned around on the vehicle initiating a 
traffic stop. 

The vehicle a silver Ford Crown Vic bearing 
OH GNF9491 slowed down to the posted 
speed limit by Allied dr. however it did not 
stop. The vehicle continued to Johnson sd. 
Stopped at the stop sign and then 
continued further all while I was behind the 
vehicle with lights and siren active. At this 
point I radioed to dispatch that I was 
attempting to stop the vehicle and the 
location, the vehicle continued on until it 
20600 Courtney Rd. at which point it 
stopped. During this time the vehicle did not 
appear to be fleeing and was travelling 
below the posted speed. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Robert L Gamble. I informed Robert far the 
reason of the stop and asked why he 
continued driving for so long. Robert 
advised he was very sorry and he knew he 
was being stopped as soon as I turned on 
my lights but was trying to find a safe spot 
to pull over. 

Robert was issued a citation for speed 
333.03 and given a court date of 08/30/18 
at 0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required. I also advised Robert while his 
safety concerns are appreciated for future 
reference he should pull over ASAP when 
being stopped by Police, I then cleared.




Ptl. Bsindack 507
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18008112
No Saftey Equip/ Non Comp Susp
N 18th St and W. Oregon Ave


CITED: Darin Smith 
102 W. Washington St, Alliance

No Saftey Equip MC  373.1
Non Comp Susp  335.072




On 08-17-18 at 1315 HRS., while on patrol 
in the Village of Sebring, Mahoning County I 
observed a black Yamaha Motorcycle 
bearing Ohio registration DQW57 traveling 
south on N 18th St near W. Oregon Ave. I 
observed the driver fail to have on his 
safety equipment to wit Glasses as required 
by Ord. 373.10. 

I made a stop on the vehicle on N 18th St at 
W. Oregon Ave, and identified the driver as 
on Darrin E. Smith of Alliance Ohio. I 
advised Mr, Smith the reason for the stop, 
and he advised me that his operator's 
license war under a Non Compliance/ FRA 
suspension. Mr. Smith also advised me that 
he borrowed the bike from his friend Walton 
Drake/ Owner so he could go see his 
mother. 

I made a check with dispatch and they 
confirmed that Mr. Smith's operator's 
license was suspended. Springer's was 
dispatched to remove the vehicle, and Mr. 
Smith was cited for Failure to wear Safety 
Equipment, and Driving with a suspended 
driver license, and given a court date in 
Mcc#3 on 8/23/18 at 9:00 Am.



Ptl. S.T.McDanie1 #509




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008098 
Criminal
745 W. Oregon Ave. Sebring


ARRESTED: (Juvenile daughter)
745 W. Oregon Ave. Sebring

Underage Consumption  4301.69(E)(1)



ARRESTED:  (Juvenile friend)
31 Dogwood Dr. Beloit 44609


Underage Consumption  4301.69(E)(1)



On 8-16-2018 I was dispatched to 745 W. 
Oregon Ave. for a possible domestic.


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Shelena Court, 745 W. Oregon 
Ave. Shelena advised she attempted to get 
into her daughter's (17YOA) room. Shelena 
advised (daughter) was laying against the 
door in the fetal position. Shelena then 
advised (daughter) got onto her bed and 
began cussing at her. Shelena then advised 
(daughter) kicked her 4 times in the ribs. 
Shelena then advised (friend) (17YOA) was 
also there but she remained cooperative. 
Shelena advised (friend) admitted that her 
and (daughter) had been drinking and the 
alcohol was provided by "L.B." and Tim 
Bradley Best. 

I made contact with (daughter) and (friend). 
(daughter) was very argumentative and 
continued yelling at Shelena. Chief Harris 
arrived on scene. Chief Harris advised me 
to respond to the police station to get the 
portable breath test (PBT). 

Upon my arrival back to the scene with the 
PBT I had (daughter) blow into the device. 
After the test was completed the PBT read 
-030 BAC. I then had (friend) blow into the 
PBT. After the test was completed the PBT 
read -022 BAC. (daughter) and (friend) 
were both placed under arrest for Underage 
Consumption ORC 4301.631.


(daughter) and (friend) were transported to 
the police station and processed. After 
processing (friend) was released to her 
grandfather Finley Barker. I gave (daughter) 
a courtesy ride back to 745 W. Oregon Ave. 
where she was released back to her mother 
Shelena Court. 

Finley and Shelena were advised I will be 
making contact with them to set up a time to 
discuss community service that will be 
completed by (daughter) and (friend). I then 
cleared.





Ptl. Kelm #505




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Sunday, August 19, 2018
06:39 PM -0500


SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008070 
DATE: 08/12/18 08:03:00



On 8/12/2018 I was dispatched to 350 Race 
Rd, for a theft.


Ptl. Kelm #505



Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Ronald Hardy, 350 Race Rd. 
Sebring. Ronald advised he went out this 
morning just before 0800hrs to clean his 
pool. Ronald advised when he went out to 
the pool the filter was missing. Ronald then 
advised someone had cut the hoses and 
unbolted the filter and it was gone. Ronald 
advised the last time he remembered 
seeing the filter still attached to the pool 
was Thursday 8/9/2018 or Friday 
8/10/2018. Ronald advised he does not 
have security cameras. Ronald also 
advised he had no idea who or why anyone 
would take his pool filter. 

I advised Ronald a report would be taken. 
Ronald advised he would contact his rental 
insurance company to see if the filter would 
be covered.


I responded to the Marathon gas station 
adjacent to Ronald's property to ask if they 
had cameras that point toward Ronald's 
house. The clerk advised the only working 
cameras they have are in the front of the 
gas station. I then cleared. 




Ptl. Kelm #505 




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
WARRANT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007111  DATE: 
07/96/2018 75:56:00
135 E. Ohio Ave, Sebring, Oh


Arrest:  Ronald Armitage
13537 North Maing St. Beloit, Oh

Complicity to Criminal Mischief  2923.03


On 7/76/2018, I was dispatched to 496,W 
lndiana Ave for criminal damaging report.


Sgt. Eberling #503
7/16/2018



Upon arrival, I spoke with the complainant 
Kenneth G. Flowers Jr. Kenny advised that 
at approximately 1300 hours today a semi-
truck attempted to turn off of N 19th St 
down the alleyway behind his house and 
was unable to make the turn. Kenny 
advised the trailer cut through the corner of 
his yard leaving visible ruts, pushed a large 
rock out of the way and cut through his 
flower beds. Kenny advised this has been 
an ongoing issue with the trucking company 
and wants charges to be filed against the 
driver for damaging his yard.


Kenny advised the identity of the driver is 
unknown however there was a male 
identified as Ronald Armitage who is the 
supervisor of the plant, was directing the 
truck down the alley to the plant and may 
be able to confirm the identity of the driver. 
Kenny advised he believes they are from a 
company in Salem called Sara Plastics. 

I advised Kenny that we will follow up with 
these individuals to attempt to determine 
the identity of the driver. This case will be 
turned over to Ptl. Redfern for further 
investigation.


sgt. Eberling #503
7/16/2018




On 07/17/2018, I went to Sare Plastics on 
West Virginia Avenue. I spoke with Ronald 
Armitage whom advised that he recalls the 
incident yesterday but he was not allowed 
to give me any information on it, that I 
needed to contact the corporate office in 
Alliance. 

I called the headquarters and spoke with a 
secretary and advised her of the information 
requested and advised her that I would be 
in to deliver a subpoena for the information. 


Redfern 504


On 07/17/2018, Subpoena was prepared 
and taken to MCC#3 where it was signed 
and was delivered to Sare Plastics on 
07/17/2018.



On 07/17/2018, I spoke with Bart Stuchell 
via phone whom advised that he Emailed 
me with the requested information.



On 07/17/2018, Made contact with the 
driver of the Semi Truck. The driver advised 
that he was coming to make the delivery 
and when he got there he did not feel 
comfortable coming through the alley. The 
driver advised that the supervisor of the 
building advised him that he was okay to 
come through the ally an