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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
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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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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

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


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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2018
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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.


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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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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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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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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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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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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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POSTED 02:28PM OCTOBER 5, 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
9.27.2018




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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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POSTED 12:20PM OCTOBER 5, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com



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.: 
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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
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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
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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 
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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
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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 
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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
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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.

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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
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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 
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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
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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.



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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.





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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. 




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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 and that if there was 
any damage to the properties that he would 
have the owner take care of it. The driver 
advised that he was not 100% sure as to if 
he did or if he did not hit anything but there 
is a very good possibility that he did. The 
driver advised that Sare Plastics advised 
him that they would take care of the 
damages and that they will be in contact 
over the next few days.



Redfern 504



On 07/17/2018, This case was presented to 
Prosecutor Tolson and she declined 
charges In the case.



Redfern 504



On 08/09/2018, I was contacted by 
Prosecutor Tolson whom was approving 
Criminal Mischief on Jamie Camacho and 
Complicity charges on Ronald Armitage. 
Warrants will be typed and sent to MCC3.



Redfern 504



On 811 2/2018 Ronald Armitage came to 
the police station to turn himself in. Ronald 
was placed under arrest for 2923.03 
Complicity to Criminal Mischief M3. Arnold 
was photographed, fingerprinted and 
released on his own recognizance. Arnold 
was made aware of his manditory court 
appearance at MCC#3 on 8/16/2018 at 
0900hrs. Once Arnold was given his copy of 
the recognizance papernrork he was 
released, I then cleared without Incident.


Ptl. Kelm #505
8/12/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008053 
DATE: 08/09/2018 11:53:00



On 08/09/18 I observed a junk vehicle at 
408 S 15th St. A blue/silver Buick SUV on 
jack missing a tire bearing OH GSD8433, A 
junk vehicle letter was written and served to 
the registered owner Clarence Chester 
Feldner. While on scene Clarence put a tire 
back on the vehicle took it off the jacks and 
showed me that the vehicle runs and 
moves. I then cleared and this case will be 
closed.



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Sunday, August 19, 2018
04:07 PM -0500


SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008028 
DATE: 08/05/2018 10:44:00


On 8/5/2018 I was dispatched to 615 W. 
California Ave. for a burglary.


Ptl. Kelm #505
8/5/2018



Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Rosa Hartman. Rosa advised 
sometime between 0400hrs and 0800hrs on 
8/5/2018 someone came into her hause 
through the front porch window and stole 
her purse. Rosa advised her husband had 
been sleeping on the couch until 0400hrs 
and she was sleeping upstairs. Rosa 
advised when she woke up she looked for 
her purse where she had left it downstairs 
but could not find it. Rosa then advised her 
and her husband search the interior of the 
house for the purse but were not able to 
locate it. Rosa advised she walked around 
the outside of the house and observed the 
molding around a window on the west side 
of the house had been bent.


Rosa then advised it appeared someone 
had opened the front porch window.


I advised Rosa to cancel her hank cards 
and she advised she had already called the 
bank.

This case will be referred to Ptl. Redfern.



On 8/6/2018, Rosa Hartman called dispatch 
and advised that someone had just returned 
her stolen purse. Upon arrival, I spoke with 
Rosa who advised that Jill L. Corbett 
(Cosgray) just returned her stolen purse 
with all the items inside other than the $40 
cash and the prescription eye glasses. 
Rosa advised that Jill told her that Jonathan 
Cosgray and Hunter Prendergast located 
the purse at 196 W Pennsylvania Ave Party 
Hardy Rentals on the roof and scaled the 
building to retrieve it from the rooftop. 

Rosa advised she has known those 
individuals for years but advised it could be 
possible that they stole it. Rosa advised she 
did initially post on Facebook about her 
purse being stolen however removed the 
post 20 minutes later. Rosa advised that Jill 
told her the two males seen the post on 
Facebook and located it for her. 

I attempted to make contact with the 
individuals however I was unable to locate 
any of the three individuals at this time.

This information will be passed along to Ptl. 
Redfern for further investigation.



Sgt. Eberling #503




On 08/10/2018, I spoke to Rosa Hartman 
whom advised that she was not wishing to 
continue the case. Rosa advised that since 
she got her purse back she was satisfied. 
Case will be closed.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008056
TRAFFIC
Near 18110 Harrisburg Westville Rd, 
Alliance, OH


Citation: Stephanie  Waterbeck
Red Light - Fail to Stop  SCO 313.01



On Friday, August 10,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on State 
Route 62 at S Johnson Rd..  I observed n 
white 4-door sedan approach the 
functioning traffic light from the north and 
fail to stop at the red light before turning 
west onto State Route 62. I then pulled out 
of the Perkins parking lot and initiated a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights and audible siren. The 
vehicle, a white Buick Lacrosse bearing 
Ohio registration FGW3040, came to a 
complete stop near 18110 Harrisburg-
Westville Rd (State Route 62).


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Stephanie Waterbeck, I 
identified myself and informed her of the 
reason for the stop. I then requested 
Waterbeck to provide me with her driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance.


Waterbeck was able to provide me with a11 
of the aforementioned documentation.


Waterbeck was issued citation #031246 br 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Red Light - Fail to 
Stop and advised of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
August 23,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008066 
TRAFFIC
W Maryland Ave west of N 16th St, Sebring, 
OH


Arrest:  Luis Cintron
14010 Thelma Ave, Alliance, Ohio

OVI (SFST)  ORC 4511.19A1A
DUS - In State Drug Offense  ORC 4510.11



While on patrol in the downtown area in 
marked unit #302, I observed a silver Saab 
4-door bearing Ohio registration G651066 
parked on N 15th St at W Ohio Ave. As I 
proceeded south on N 15th St, I pulled into 
Gromoll's parking lot and faced N 15th St. I 
then observed the silver Saab proceed 
south on N 15th St at a very slow speed. As 
the vehicle turned west onto W Oregon 
Ave, I performed a random registration 
check of the vehicle through dispatch. 
Dispatch advised the registered owner, Luis 
Orlando Giron Cintron, was under 
suspension for drug abuse but had driving 
privileges. I then proceeded to follow the 
vehicle as it turned north onto N 16th St and 
across W Ohio Ave. I initiated a traffic stop 
by activating my overhead emergency lights 
as the vehicle turned west onto W Maryland 
Ave. The vehicle came to a complete stop 
on W Maryland Ave just west of  16th St.


Upon making contact with the 
driver/registered owner, identified as 
Cintron, I identified myself and informed him 
of the reason for the stop. Cintron stated he 
was aware his driver's license was 
susbended and that he had driving 
privileges. I asked Cintron to provide me 
with the court documentation detailing his 
privileges to which he stated the court never 
gave him documentation, that they only told 
him he had privileges for work. While 
interacting Cintron, I was able to smell the 
odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath, 
observed he had bloodshot/glossy eyes and 
his speech was slurred while speaking to 
me. I asked Cintron if he had consumed 
any beers or alcoholic beverages this 
evening and he stated did not. 

Cintron stated he had just left his brother's 
place and that his brother had been 
drinking. Cintron stated after he got off 
work, he stopped at his brother's place and 
was on his way home. I asked Cintron to 
provide me with his driver's license, which 
he did. While speaking to Cintron, he did 
advise me he was from Puerto Rico and 
had some difficulty with the English 
language.


I instructed Cintron to turn the ignition off 
and keep his hands on the steering wheel 
while I went back to my patrol car. I then 
requested Patrolman Scott to come to my 
location and advised dispatch I was going 
to have the driver exit the vehicle to perform 
standardized field sobriety tests. I returned 
to the vehicle and requested Cintron to exit 
the vehicle and asked if he would be willing 
to take a series of exercises to determine if 
he was intoxicated or not to which he stated 
yes. Prior to the instructional stages of the 
SFST, I asked Cintron if he had any medical 
conditions or physical ailments that would 
impair his ability to perform the tests to 
which he stated he did not. Prior to having 
Cintron perform each SFST, I provided 
Cintron with instructions and also 
demonstrated said instructions for him. 
After instructions were provided both 
verbally and physically, I asked Cintron if he 
understood to which he stated he did and 
allowed him to perform each test.



During horizontal gaze nystagmus, I 
observed nystagmus in both eyes during 
lack of smooth pursuit as well as distinct 
nystagrnus at maximum deviation in both 
eyes but did not observe onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees. Patrolman 
Scott arrived on scene following the 
conclusion of horizontal gaze nystagmus. 
During the walk and turn, Cintron stepped 
off line during the first 9 steps I and started 
over, which caused him to take the wrong 
number of steps and execute an improper 
turn.

Cintron also failed to maintain heel to toe on 
the first 9 steps as well as the second 9 
steps. No indicators were observed during 
the one leg stand. Following the conclusion 
of the SFSTs, I asked Cintron if he would be 
willing to provide a breath sample on scene 
by blowing into a portable breath tester to 
which he stated  yes. Patrolman Scott 
operated the PBT and advised Cintron of 
what he had to do. According to the PBT, 
Cintron blew a 0.099 and was subsequently 
placed under arrest for OVI and placed into 
handcuffs behind his back which were 
gapped/doubl & locked.


A tow truck was then requested to the 
scene to tow the vehicle. After placing 
Cintron under arrest, I advised him of his 
Miranda Rights to which he stated he did 
not understand at first. I read him his 
Miranda Rights a second time and 
explained each right to him to which he 
stated he understood the second time. 
Cintron was patted down for weapons and 
placed into the back of marked unit #302.

While I transported Cintron back to the 
SEBRING POLICE STORIES to begin 
processing, Patrolman Scott remained on 
scene to conduct the administrative 
inventory and to standby for the tow truck. 
The vehicle was subsequently towed to 
Springer's at 10 N 12th St in the village.


Following our arrival on station, I removed 
Cintron's handcuffs and began to read him 
the Ohio BMV 2255. I observed something 
in Cintron's mouth that I did not see on 
scene and noticed he was chewing gum. I 
instructed Cintron to spit the gum out 2253. 
At the conclusion of reading the form to 
him, Cintran refused to sign the form and 
stated he did not understand what I had 
read to him. Patrolman Scott arrived at the 
station at this time to start up the Intoxilyzer 
8000 machine and to assist with 
processing. Cintron at one point demanded 
his lawyer be present and we allowed him 
to phone his lawyer which was 
unsuccessful. I could overhear the phone 
calls going to voicemail but Cintron claimed 
he did not have a signal. Cintron's phone 
rang several times while on station as well. I 
phoned an interpreter service and re-read 
the Ohio BMV 2255 to Cintron with the 
assistance of a spanish speaking 
interpreter. This process took longer than 
usual as Cintron continued to interrupt me 
and demand to know the circumstances of 
the stop and his arrest, which were 
explained to him. After reading BMV 2255 
to Cintron with the assistance of the 
interpreter, Cintron provided his signature 
and submitted to a chemical breath test.



The first chemical breath test was 
conducted at 2355 however, Cintron was 
not blowing into the mouthpiece adequately 
and the lntoxilyzer 8000 advised a deficient 
sample. We allowed Cintron to submit to 2 
more chemical breath tests with the last 
printout showing a time of 0015. After 
Cintron failed to provide a sufficient breath 
sample 3 times, I advised him 3 deficient 
samples would result in a refusal. 

Following the conclusion of the chemical 
breath tests, Cintron was photographed and 
fingerprinted. I advised Cintron I would be 
seizing his Ohio driver's license and issued 
him citation #031247 for Ohio revised Code 
4511.19A1A OVI (SFSTsIOfficer 
Observations) M-1 and 4510.11 Driving 
Under Suspension - In State Drug Offense 
M-1. 


Cintron refused to sign the citation and was 
provided his copy. Cintron was then 
provided a recognizance of the accused 
form to sign to which he refused to sign at 
first but eventually signed after the form 
was explained to him in better detail and 
provided his copy. Cintron was also 
provided a signed copy of his Ohio BMV 
2255 form. Cintron was advised of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, August 16, 
2018 at 0900 and subsequently released 
and allowed to wait in the police department 
lobby.



Ptt D. Marchionda #508 

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Sunday, August 19, 2018
12:45 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008022 
Criminal
765 W Tennessee Ave Sebring, OH


Arrested: Nicole Thompson
767 W Tennessee Ave, Sebring, OH

Burglary F-2  2911.12

Grand Theft of a Firearm F-3  2913.02 (B ) ( 
4 )


On 8-04-2018 I was dispatched to the 500 
block of West Maryland Avenue in 
reference to a theft report.  I arrived on 
location and spoke with Charles Mercer 
whom advised that his firearm was stolen.  
Charles assumed that the firearm was 
stolen by his daughter and when he 
mentioned it to his granddaughter, she 
advised that she saw her mothers friend 
Nicole Thompson take it. 

I spoke with the juvenile whom advised that 
her mother Whitney Mercer and Nicole 
Thompson were at the residence and 
Whitney and Nichole had the gun. The 
juvenile advised that Whitney told Nicole to 
put the firearm back and Nicole wrapped it 
in a bandana and took it. The juvenile also 
showed me a conversation on her mothers 
cell phone In regards to the theft where 
Whitney is asking about it.


Charles advised that Whitney advised him 
of Nichole taking items but she only advised 
him that it was her things.

Statements were obtained from both the 
juvenile and Charles, and the information 
for the firearm was obtained.

Firearm was placed into LEADS as stolen 
and I will follow up with Whitney Mercer at 
the Columbiana County Jail next week.



Redfern 504




On 8-09-2018 I went to the Columbiana 
County Jail and spoke with Whitney Mercer 
whom advised that on 7-27-2018 the night 
of the red moon Nicole Thompson came to 
her residence to stay the night because she 
felt unsafe to be around her baby daddy. 
When Nicole arrived at the mercer 
residence she was telling Whitney that she 
felt unsafe and advised that she thinks that 
her baby's daddy would come to the 
residence to start trouble. Whitney advised 
that she then went into her fathers room 
and grabbed his firearm and showed it to 
Nicole and told her that there is nothing to 
be worried about because her father had a 
gun and he wasn't afraid to use it. Whitney 
advised that she then wrapped it in a 
bandana and put it on the top of the vanity. 
Whitney advised that Nicole left the next 
morning. Whitney advised that Nicole came 
the next day when her daughter was home 
and told her daughter that she left a few 
items at the residence from the prior night 
and asked to retrieve them.


Whitney advised that the juvenile advised 
her the next day that she watched Nicole 
walk over to the vanity and take the firearm 
that was wrapped in the bandana. Whitney 
advised that she also left her wallet in 
Nicole's car. Whitney advised that she 
needed to get the gun and the wallet back. 

Whitney went to Nicole's house to confront 
her and they called the cops and Whitney 
was picked up for an outstanding warrant.


This case will be sent to Prosecutor Tolson 
in reference to possible charges for Felony 
2 Burglary and Felony 3 Grand Theft.


The Above Charges were approved and 
there will be warrants issued from MCC#3.


Redern 504



On 8-12-2018 while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser I observed a white car 
traveling west on W Ohio Ave bearing Ohio 
plate HJU4042.  Dispatch advised the 
registered owner of the vehicle had entered 
felony warrants through this department. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle on W 
Ohio Ave near N 19th St. Upon 
approaching the vehicle, I made contact 
with the registered owner Nicole S. 
Thompson. I advised Nicole of the warrants 
however she had both of her children in the 
back seat of the car. Nicole advised Robert 
Brodrinski at 765 W Tennessee Ave could 
watch her children if that was alright with 
me. 

Due to children being in the vehicle, I 
followed Nicole to that address to ensure 
the children were welcome there, Robert 
advised he was fine with watching the 
children and would make contact with 
Nicole's mother as well. Nicole was placed 
in custody for warrant #18CRA250 Burglary 
2911.12 F-2 and Grand Theft of a Firearm 
2913.02(B)(4) F-3 and transported back to 
headquarters for processing. Nicole was 
processed and her DNA was collected due 
to the felony charges and she was 
transported to Mahoning County Jail by Ptl. 
Russell with a court date at MCC #3 on 
8/16/2018 at 0900 hours.



Sgt Eberling #503  8-12-2018



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Saturday, August 18, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008040 
TRAFFIC 
W Ohio Ave west of N Johnson Rd, 
Sebring, Ohio

Arrested: Kenny George 
75 W Washington St, Alliance, Ohio

Stop Sign - Fail to Stop SCO 313.01



On Wednesday, August 8,2018, I, 
Patrolman Marchionda, was conducting 
traffic enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
N Johnson Rd at W Ohio Ave. I observed a 
dark colored 2-door sedan approach the 
intersection from the east and fail to stop at 
the posted stop sign on W Ohio Ave at N 
Johnson Rd. After the vehicle cleared the 
intersection, I pulled out onto W Ohio Ave 
and initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights.


The vehicle, a 1999 dark green Ford 
Mustang bearing Ohio registration 
GAZ5917, came to a complete stop on W 
Ohio Ave just west of N Johnson Rd.. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Kenny C George., I identified myself and 
informed him of the reason for the stop. I 
then requested George to provide me with 
his driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. George was able to 
provide me with all of the aforementioned 
documentation.


George was issued citation #031244 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail to 
Stop and advised of his appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
August 16,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 28008039 
Traffic
Perkins IS. Johnson Rd,


Cited: Timothy Thompson
73155 Old Twenty One Rd. Kimbolton, Oh

Speed 50/35  SCO 333.03



On 08/08/2018 at 03:53am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol ear was traveling North 
on S. Johnson Rd. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling south that appeared to be 
traveling faster than the posted speed limit 
of 35mph. I activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar and observed a reading of 
45mph. The vehicle then past me and I then 
activated the rear radar and observed a 
reading of 50mph.


I then turned my cruiser around and caught 
up to the vehicle and activated my cruisers 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop in 
the parking lot of the Perkins restaurant. 
The vehicle was a 2005 silver Dodge 
station wagon bearing Ohio registration 
(GOT4196).


I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop. I requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance and received a driver's license, 
and an expired insurance card. The driver 
was identified as Timothy Thompson.


The vehicle had several garbage bags in 
the back seat containing empty beer cans 
and I could smell an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage. I asked Timothy if he had 
consumed any alcoholic beverages prior to 
driving or if he had consumed any before he 
had slept the prior night in which Timothy 
stated that he did not.


I then had Timothy exit the vehicle to 
preform field sobriety tests in which Timothy 
failed all tests. I did not believe Timothy was 
over the Legal limit but did believe he had 
consumed alcohol and had remnants in his 
system.


I asked Timothy if he would blow into a 
portable breathalyzer in which Timothy did 
and Timothy had a BAC 0.034, I then told 
Timothy that he is to drive his vehicle back 
where he came from and that I would follow 
him.


I followed Timothy to 1005 Lake Park Blvd. 
lot 81 and spoke to his girlfriend Tami 
Salmen whose house Timothy left from 
before I pulled the vehicle over. I informed 
Tami of the details and told Timothy that he 
is not to drive the vehicle until he is 
cokpletely sober due to his driving behavior.


Timothy was issued a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and was given a court 
date of 08/16/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required. Timothy 
signed the citation and was provided a copy 
and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18408035 
DATE: 08/07/2018 09:58:00


On 8/7/2018 I was dispatched to 133 N. 
16th St. for criminal damaging.


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Carol Moore. Carol advised 
sometime between 2100hrs on 8/6/2018 
and 1000hrs on 8/7/2018 someone had 
knocked down the wire fence in her back 
yard. Carol advised she has a Notice of 
Restriction against (person) and she thinks 
he was the one that knocked it down. I 
advised Carol a report would be made but 
no charges would be pursued because 
there was no proof of a suspect. I then 
cleared.



Ptl Kelm 505




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Friday, August 17, 2018
05:15 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008052 
DATE: 0810912018 17:46:00


On 08/09/18 It was brought to my attention 
that there was a junk vehicle at 105 E 
lndiana Ave.

Upon arrival I obsenred a Silver Dodge 
Durango bearing OH FFN6043 with a flat: 
tire parked on the roadway beside the 
house. A junk vehicle was written and 
addressed to the registered owner Kelly 
Wrenn. Personal contact was attempted but 
unsuccessful. The junk vehicle letter was 
secured to the vehicle and I cleared. 

Later this day Kelly called the police 
department and advised her vehicle is 
operational and was just driven this 
weekend. Kelly was advised of the flat 
tire'which she said she would fix today. I 
told Kelly to contact us when the tire is fixed 
so I can go verify. 


On 08/09/18 Kelly called back and indicated 
the vehicle was fixed. I saw her driving the 
vehicle and the tire was now filled with air. 
Kelly also indicated she was selling the 
vehicle so it would no longer be a problem.


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 180071Q0
Criminal
MCC#3

Arrested: Amanda Bandy
153 Grimm Heights Ave. Struthers
Agg. Drug Possession Sched.II/F5  
2925.11C1A



On 0711 312018 1 Ptl, Scott nd Ptl. Hughey 
initiated a traffic stop which resulted in the 
arrest of the passenger of the vehicle for 
drug paraphernalia.

07/14/2018


Ptl. Hughey and I were traveling east on 
Courtney Rd when I observed a vehicle 
traveling on the same road in the opposite 
direction that appeared to be traveling 
higher than the posted speed limit which is 
35mph. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 50mph while in the posted 
35mph zone. The vehicle then passed my 
cruiser and Ptl. Hughey which was driving 
activated the emergency overhead lights 
and preformed a U-turn and was able to 
stop the vehicle on N. Johnson Rd. just 
south of Courtney Rd. The vehicle was a 
grey 2002 ford station wagon bearing an 
Ohio license plate (HIZ4747;).


I then approached the vehicle and identified 
the driver as Ian Williams and while talking 
to Ian I noticed a pipe laying on the floor 
board by his feet. I asked Ian to exit the 
vehicle which Ian did. I then asked if the 
pipe contained marijuana residue in which 
Ian stated that it did. I then informed 
dispatch that Ptl. Hughey and I would be 
conducting a probable cause search of the 
vehicle. I then asked the passenger which 
was identified as Amanda Bandy to exit the 
vehicle in which she did. Amanda acted 
nervous once she exited the passenger 
seat of the vehicle. I had both individuals 
step to the rear of the vehicle and both were 
patted down for officer safety. I patted Ian 
down and Ptl. Hughey patted Amanda 
down. Ian was placed in the rear of unit 
#301 and Amanda was placed in the rear of 
unit#302 while officers conducted a search 
of the vehicte.


Upon searching the Vehide I found two 
bags which belonged to Amanda, Amanda 
was asked by Ptl. Hughey if officers were 
allowed to search her bags in which 
Amanda gave verbal consent for officers to 
do so. While Ptl. Hughey searched 
Amanda's bags I continued to search the 
vehicle and while searching the rear of the 
passenger seat in a pocket connected to 
the rear of the passenger seat where 
Amanda was sitting I found a small brown 
bag which contained a glass bulb pipe with 
burnt residue inside of it. Ptl. Hughey also 
located 2 more glass pipes from Amanda's 
baggage that had small amounts of a white 
powder substance and some burn marks as 
well as 3 unmarked capsules containing a 
brown powder substance.


I asked Ian if he had any knowledge of the 
contraband in which Ian denied and stated 
that the pipes were used for "smoking Ice" 
and stated that the pipes belonged to 
Amanda. Ian was asked to be more specific 
in which Ian replied " Crystal Meth". The 
pipes along with the pills were confiscated 
and bagged separate to avoid cross 
contamination. Since two of the glass pipes 
were found in Amanda's baggage along 
with small empty plastic baggies it was 
determined that the pipe in the rear pocket 
of the passenger seat belonged to Amanda 
and it also being in Amanda's immediate 
area.


I then placed Amanda under arrest for drug 
paraphernalia 2925.14 M-4 and read 
Amanda her rights at 12:03am and placed 
Amanda in hand restraints and placed her 
in the rear of marked unit #301 and 
released Ian. Ian was given a citation for 
speed SCO 333.03, and SCO 513.121 
Marijuana paraphernalia due to admitting 
that the pipe was used to smoke marijuana 
and also finding a digital scale in Ian's 
immediate area. Ian was given a court date 
of 07/19/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required due to not 
having proof of insurance and was 
released.


Amanda was then transported to the station 
where she was processed, finger printed, 
and photographed. Amanda was then given 
an recognizance bond of $500.00 for the 
drug paraphernalia charge and given a 
court date of 07/19/2018 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3. Amanda signed her recognizance 
form and was released. The contraband 
that was confiscated was photographed, 
tagged, bagged, and sealed separate in 
property locker #1. The glass pipes and pill 
capsules will be sent to the lab for testing 
and charges may be filed pending the 
results.



Ptl. scott #506 




Lab results confirmed that Amanda was in 
passession of Meth. A warrant will be sent 
to MCC#3.


Redfern 504



On 8/9/2018 I was requested at MCM3 to 
pick Amanda Bandy for warrant #18-CRA-
242. I transported Amanda back to the 
station for processing. Amanda was 
photographed, finger printed, and DNA was 
collected. Amanda was then transported 
back to MCC#3 for arraignment. I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Kelm #505 


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
CASE# 18008054
CRIMINAL
306 W Texas Ave Sebring Oh


Arrested: Mark Mueller
646 N 15th St Sebring Ohio
CriminaI Trespass M-4   ORC 2911.21



Upon our arrival, officers made contact with 
Marsadies Mueller and Rebecca 
Brodzenski. Both parties stated Mark 
Mueller  came to the residence and refused 
to leave when requested to do so, It was 
discovered Mark had fled the area on foot 
prior to our arrival. I cleared to search the 
surrounding area while Patrolman Scott 
remained on scene to gather more 
information. Following Patrolman Scott's 
departure, officers remained relatively close 
to the area in case Mark returned after we 
left.



Patrolman Scott and I were then dispatched 
to 531 W Texas Ave a second time after 
Marsadies phoned the station to report 
Mark had come back. Following our arrival, 
a neighbor from across street stated she 
saw "him" run behind her and her 
neighbor's backyards on the north side of 
the street and then return after we left the 
first time. This neighbor advised me she 
saw him take off on foot in the backyards on 
the south side,of the street. While 
Patrolman Scott advised dispatch he would 
be out on foot in the area of W Texas Ave 
and S 20th St, I positioned myself in the 
parking lot of the Sebring Community 
Center in front of the basketball hoops near 
the pool.



While blacked out in the parking lot, I 
observed Mark Mueffer from a distance 
walking east at a fast pace near the 
Veteran's Memorial an the south side of the 
street. I then pulled up near the memorial 
and advised dispatch of my findings and 
that I would be out on foot. I then 
proceeded to catch up with Mark on foot 
before finally shining my flashlight on him 
and yelling, "Mark, stop!" Mark complied 
with my instructions and began to walk 
towards me. While speaking to Mark, he 
admitted that he had gone to the residence 
to speak to his girlfriend, Rebecca and that 
he had left when she told him someone at 
the residence "had a restraining order 
against him." A quick check with dispatch 
confirmed there was no entered protection 
order in LEADS against Mark. When asked 
why he returned a second time to the 
residence, Mark stated he had only gone to 
the residence one time and did not return 
after being told to leave the first time.


I asked Mark if he had any weapons on his 
person and he stated he had a pocket knife 
on him. I advised him to keep his hands 
where I could see them and to turn around 
and place his hands behind his back as I 
was going to detain him pending further 
investigation. Mark was placed in handcuffs 
behind his back, which were gapped-double 
locked and the pocket knife removed from 
his shorts for officer safety. I then escorted 
Mark back to marked unit #302 and radioed 
for Patrolman Scott to come to my location 
as I had Mark detained. Following 
Patrolman SCOTTS arrival at my location, 
Mark proceeded to provide infonation that 
was inconsistent with the information 
provided to us by Rebecca, Manadies and 
the neighbor who saw Mark at the 
residence.


Patrolman Scott advised Mark he was 
under arrest for criminal trespass and read 
his Miranda Rights which he stated he 
understood. I then transported Mark from 
the memorial to the station in marked unit 
#302 for processing. Mark was 
photographed, fingerprinted and provided a 
recognizance form for ORC 2911.21 
Criminal Trespass M-4 following our arrival 
on station. While I handled the processing 
on station, Patrolman Scott advised he 
would be back out at 531 W Texas Ave 
obtaining written statements. Mark signed 
and received his copy of the recognizance 
form and was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, August 26, 2018 at 900 
AM to answer for the charge of ORC 
2921.21 Criminal Trespass M4. Prior to 
being released from the station, Mark was 
advised not to return to 531 W 'texas Ave 
and was told if he did, he would be arrested 
again and transported to Mahoning County 
Justice Center in Youngstown. 





Ptl D. Marchionda #508
08.10.2018




On 08/9/2018 I was dispatched to 531 W. 
Texas Ave. in reference to an unwanted 
person identified as Mark Muller. The caller 
Marsadies Muller stated that Mark was on 
the property and refused to leave. The 
property belonged Makayla Blake but 
Marsadies stated that Makayla was not 
home.


Upon my arrival Mark was no where to be 
found and Marsadies along with Rebecca 
Brodzenski came out of the house and each 
gave a verbal statement. Marsadies stated 
that Makayla does not want Mark on the 
property and when Mark showed up to the 
residence he was told multiple times to 
leave from her along with Rebecca and 
refused until Marsadies called the police 
department. 


Rebecca stated that Mark showed up at the 
residence telling Rebecca to come home 
with him. Rebecca stated that she is staying 
at the residence with her cousin Makayla. 
Rebecca stated that Mark entered the 
residence and once exited she locked the 
door so he would not enter a second time. 
Rebecca stated that Mark was banging on 
the door and yelling and then fled on foot 
prior to police arriving.


I then asked Marsadies and Rebecca if they  
wanted Mark to stop coming on the property 
in which they stated yes. Officers cleared 
and stayed in close proximity in case Mark 
returned. I was then dispatched a second 
time to the residence for the same reason 
and once I arrived on scene Mark had 
already left. Neighbors identified as Nora 
Rhinehart and Shaughana Hutton who 
stated that saw the incident took place and 
witnessed Mark leave the first time and hide 
behind their residence on the north side of 
the road being 532 W. Texas Ave.


I then talked to Rebecca and Marsadies 
and they stated Mark came to a window 
and attempted to talk to Rebecca and then 
fled again prior to police arriving. Ptl. 
Marchionda then observed Mark walking 
east on W. Texas Ave. near the veterans 
memorial and made contact with him as 
well detaining Mark. I then arrived and 
asked Mark what he was doing and Mark 
stated that he'was at 531 W. Texas Ave. 
only one time and left when he was told to. 
Mark's story was inconsistept with 
Marsadies and Rebecca's story as well as 
the neighbors who had witnessed him run 
off the first time and him going back and 
also witnessed him run off the second time.


I informed Mark he was being placed under 
arrest for criminal trespass and Mark was 
placed in hand restraints and transported to 
the station by Ptl. Marchionda. I then went 
back to 531 W. Texas Ave. to gain written 
statements from Rebecca and Marsadies. 
Once I obtained their statements I went to 
532 W. Texas Ave. to gain written 
statements from Nora and Shaughana and 
once they were obtained I cleared and 
returned to station.


Mark was processed, finger printed, and 
photographed and was released on a 
recognizance bond by Ptl, Marchionda. 
Mark was told again not to go back to the 
residence and was then released.



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0811012018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008038 
summons
Mahoning County Jail


Arrested:  Matthew Billiter
236 Alabama Ave Sebring OH 44672

Endangering children 2919.22(13)(1)

Domestic violence 2919.25

assault   2903.13




On 08/07/18 I was dispatched ta a child 
welfare call at 236 Alabama Ave. Apt#14


Ptl. Brindack 507
08/07/18



On 81712018, I was dispatched to assist 
Ptl. Brindack on a child welfare call at 236 
Alabama Ave Apt 14. Upon arrival, units 
made contact with the complainant Andrea 
N. Six. Andrea advised that her 2 year old 
son was allegedly assaulted by her live in 
fiance Matthew E. Billiter. I was able to 
observe significant dark bruising to the right 
side of face covering his whole cheek area 
as well as inside his right ear along with a 
small amount of fluid that came out of the 
ear. The bruising showed four fingers 
indicating he was struck with an open hand.


Andrea requested medical attention  due to 
the significant bruising and the aged the 
child. 

Sebring First Responders arrived on scene 
and subsequently transported (juvenile) to 
Alliance Community Hospital for treatment. 
Andrea advised that she woke up this 
morning and Matthew advised that he was 
changing (juvenile) and he wouldn't hold still 
so he rolled him over. Andrea advised that 
Matthew told her it was an accident and left. 
Andrea advised that Matthew also broke 
their TV and a nightstand due to him being 
so upset. Andrea advised that she wanted 
charges pressed against Matthew for the 
alleged assault on (juvenile). Andrea 
provided Ptl. Brindack with a written 
statement about what occurred and then 
signed the domestic violence charge for her 
child .


Andrea was advised of the procedure for 
signing the charges at court and given a 
copy of the instructions. Officers then 
cleared and attempted to locate Matthew.



Assistance was requested from Goshen 
Police at 3rd St and Church to assist with 
the apprehension of Matthew. Cpl. Ragan 
arrived on scene with us and subsequently 
Matthew was placed In custody for the 
domestic violence charge by Ptl. Brjndack. 
Ptl. Brindack transported Matthew back to 
headquarters where he was photographed 
and transported to Mahoning County Jail.


Matthew gave a different story while on 
station however advised he has a difficult 
time writing so it was given verbally in the 
squad room which is recorded. Matthew 
advised that he was not home during the 
time she is stating this happened and would 
fight it in court. Matthew was charged with 
Domestic Violence as well as Assault and 
additional charges will be pending based on 
review by the prosecutor. Ptl. Brindack 
made contact with Mahoning County 
Children Services by phone and advised 
them of the incident and they advised they 
would have someone follow up with it 
tomorrow.



Sgt. Eberling #503
8/7/2018




Upon arrival myself and Sgt. Eberling spoke 
with the caller Andrea Six who was outside 
with her 2 1/2 year old son. Andrea showed 
me bruises on the right side of (juvenile) 
face and ear. The bruises were clearly in 
the shape of a hand however (juvenile) was 
acting normal. Andrea explained that 
around 1200-1300hrs she was sleeping 
upstairs and her live in france  Matthew 
Edward Billiter who was no longer there 
came and told her that her son needed a 
new diaper.


Then she says Matthew changed (juvenile) 
and "placed him on the floor". Andrea then 
said at some point later that day after she 
noticed that (juvenile) had bruises she 
confronted Matthew about the bruises and 
he said "it was an accident" and when 
Andrea pressed the issue Matthew broke a 
TV and table and attempted to hit Andrea 
however he was stopped by his brother who 
was with him.


Andrea informed he she believed Matthew 
did this on purpose and she wanted 
charges pressed.


Andrea also requested EMS after officer 
recommended (juvenile) get looked at. 
Andrea provided a written statement and 
signed domestic violence charges as well 
as a medical information release form for 
her son. While explaining the domestic 
violence process to Andrea and providing 
her with her copy of the instruction for filing 
domestic violence form. Sebring FD arrived 
and began checking (juvenile). Andrea 
advised she believed Matthew would be at 
his parent's house at 17185 Mill St in Beloit. 
After speaking with Andrea Sebring FD 
transported (juvenile) and officer cleared.


I then returned to our station and contacted 
Child protected services and spoke with an 
operator who advised his name was Mark. 
Mark took details regarding this case and 
advised that CPS would be informed of and 
following up with this case tomorrow. 

Sgt. Eberling and I then went to Beloit and 
met Cpl. Regan from the Goshen Police 
District. Units then went to 17185 Mill St in 
Beloit to look for Matthew. Upon arrival we 
were informed that Matthew was at his 
uncles house at 13576 Church St in Beloit. 
Units then went to that address and made 
contact with Matthew. Matthew was placed 
in custody by me and read Miranda by Sgt. 
Eberling. Matthew alleged that Andrea is 
setting him up and he had text message 
proof and claimed he was at this location all 
day.


Matthew was then transported back to our 
station where he was photographed and 
asked if he wanted to do a written 
statement which he refused. Mattew was 
charged with Domestic Violence 2919.25 
M1 and assault 2903.13 M1 and given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 08/09/18 at 0900hrs 
.


Matthew was then transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail without incident and I 
cleared.


NOTE: I will also be speaking with our 
prosecutor for a review of this case to see if 
Child endangerment charges will be 
brought against Matthew



Ptl. Brindack 507



On 08/08/18 I went to 236 Alabama Ave 
#14 and followed up with Andrea Six.  
Andrea informed me that her son was taken 
to the Alliance Community Hospital where 
he received all of his treatments.  Andrea 
then said she had to go to Akron Childrens 
Hospital to speak with a social worker there 
as the on call social worker was unable to 
come to Alliance.  Andrea also informed me 
that the social worker told her Child 
Protective services would be following up 
with her on this date and she needed to 
wait for them to arrive which is why she did 
not come to our court to sign charges today.  
After speaking with Andrea I cleared and 
medical records will be retreived from ACH 
tomorrow.


Ptl Brindack




On 08/09/18 the medical records from the 
Alliance Community Hospital came back 
and indicated that (juvenile) injuries were 
mild to moderate and he was otherwise 
healthy. I reviewed the medical report with 
our prosecutor and she approved child 
endangerment charges 2919.22(B)(1). 
State complaints were done requesting a 
summons for Matthew Edward Billiter for 
the above mentioned charge. The same 
day a summons was issued for Matthew 
giving him a court date of Thursday 8/16/18 
at 0900hrs the court also informed me that 
Matthew was still incarcerated in Mahoning 
County Jail. I made contact with the jail and 
faxed them a copy of the summons. 
Matthew was served with his summons by 
Deputy M.D. Taylor and advised of his new 
court date and the return was faxed back to 
us.


Ptl Brindack 507
8-09-18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18008049 
TRAFFIC
W. Oregon Ave near N 18th St Sebring, Oh


Arrested: Megan Jewell
831 Ohio St. Alliance Oh

Driver License: Not On Person SCO 335.06

Safety Belt: Failure to Wear ( Driver)  SCO 
337.27




On Thursday, August 9,2018,I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcemeht in marked unit #302 on N 15th 
St at E Ohio Ave. I observed a silver 
Chevrolet 4-door sedan turn south onto N 
15th St from W Ohio Ave and come to a 
complete stop at the flashing traffic light on 
N 15th St at W Oregon Ave. After the 
vehicle came to a complete stop, the driver 
then activated the vehicle's right turn signal 
before turning west on W Oregon Ave. I 
then pulled out from my location on N 15th 
St and proceeded to catch up to the vehicle.


After catching up to the vehicle, I initiated a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle, a silver 
Chevralet Cruze bearing Ohio registration 
GWW5573, came to a complete stop on W 
Oregon Ave near N 18Ih St. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Megan Jewell, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop: failing to signal 100 feet before 
turning (SCO 331.14). I then requested 
Jewell to provide me with her driver's 
license.


Jewell advised me she did not have her 
driver's license on her person and 
proceeded to provide me with her name, 
date of birth and last 4 digits of her social 
security number.


Jewell's information was then relayed to 
dispatch to confirm she had a vaIid driver's 
license, which she did. While speaking with 
Jewell, I observed she was not wearing her 
seat belt and asked her if she had it on or 
off prior to being stopped.  Jewell stated 
she  was not wearing her seat belt prior to 
being stopped.


Jewell was issued citation #(031245 for 
Village Ordinances 335.06 Driver License: 
Not on Person, 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure 
to Wear (Driver) and given a verbal warning 
for failing to signal 100 feet before turning. 
Jewell was able to provide proof of 
insurance on her phone prior to receiving a 
signed copy of her citation. Jewel1 was 
advised of her appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
August 23, 2018 at 0900.



PB D. Marchionda #508
08.09.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
Case No.: 18008041 
Traffic 
100 Block S. 12th St.


Arrested: Justin Hendershott
1794 Allen Rd. Salem

Speed (52/35)   333.03
'

On 8/8/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser, I observed-a silver in 
color Dodge traveling north on S. 12th 
street at a visible 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 GTM8521 in the 100 block of S. 
12th St. Upon approaching the vehicle, I 
made contact with the driver, Justin 
Hendershott. I advised Justin the reason for 
the stop and requested his license, 
registration, and proof of insurance.


Upon receiving all requested documents 
Justin was issued a citation for Speed/SCO 
333.03. Justin was advised of his court date 
at MCC #3 on 7/19/2018 at 0900 hours with 
no personal appearance required to which 
he advised he understood. Once Justin 
signed the citation I gave him his copy. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505




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Tuesday, August 07, 2018
11:01 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008018 
August 4, 2018
Traffic
North Johnson Rd /North of Courtney


CITED: Lynnette Boroff
2344 South Arch Avenue, Alliance Ohio 
Speed 50/35 333.03
MCC#3 0900 8/9/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008017 
August 4, 2018
Traffic
North Johnson Rd /North of Courtney


CITED: Kewal Singh
5880 Bird Road, Byron NY
Traffic Control Device  313.01


On 08/04/2018 I was in the area of 
Courtney Road and North Johnson Road, in 
marked cruiser 301. I observed a Semi 
Truck,
traveling north on North Johnson Road. I 
observed the Semi Truck drive past a sign 
that read out "3 or more axles prohibited"  
then decided to make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the restrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as Kewal Singh of 
Byron New York. Kewal was advised of his 
offense and was cited to MCC#3 on 
08/09/2018 at 0900 for a citation for 
obedience to a traffic: control devise. I then 
cieared without incident.



Ptl. Redfern 504
08/04/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008011 
DATE: 08/04/2018 10:40:00
criminal damaging report


On Saturday, August 04,2018 this officer 
was dispatched and responded to the 
Akenhead baseball fields for a criminal 
damaging report. Upon arrival I spoke with 
Mr. Dave Yaggi that stated with in the last 
two or three weeks the fence had been cut 
on the West side. I was advised that the last 
time he mowed the grass it was not like that 
two or three weeks agoe. 

I had observed the cut in the fence that 
appeared to start at the top and go all the 
way down. Nothing further at this time.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-008010 
DATE: 08/03/2018 22:42:00
abandoned vehicle


On Friday, August 3, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda attempted to perForm a traffic 
stop that led to the discovery and 
subsequent towing of an abandoned 
vehicle.

Ptl D. Marchionda #508



While patrolling west in the 400 block of W 
Ohio Ave in marked unit #302, I observed a 
black Ford 4-door sedan heading east and 
as it passed me, I observed the rear license 
plate lights were burned out. Upon reaching 
N 19th St, I performed a U-turn and as I 
completed said turn, the vehicle quickly 
turned south onto N 18th St. Upon reaching 
N 18th St, I proceeded towards W Oregon 
Ave as I had lost sight of the vehicle. While 
stopped at the intersection of N 18th St and 
W Oregon Ave. a bystander approached my 
patrol car and asked if I was looking for a 
small dark car. When I advised the 
bystander yes I was, he stated he saw the 
vehicle fly down N 18th St and quickly turn 
into a alley in between W Ohio and W 
Oregon Ave. 


As I made my way into the alley, I found the 
vehicle, a Black Ford Focus bearing Ohio 
registration HKH8641, abandoned and 
unlocked in the backyard of 435 W Ohio 
Ave. I then relayed the necessary 
information to dispatch at which point 
Patrolman Scott advised he was en route to 
my location to assist. Following Patrolman 
Scott's arrival on scene,a sweep of the area 
was conducted in an attempt to locate the 
driver. Dispatch advised the registered 
owner of the vehicle was Derock Rios of 
Akron and had a suspended driver's 
license. At the time, witnesses stated they 
saw a young white male flee from the 
vehicle. After the sweep of the area was 
conducted, officers advised dispatch to 
send a tow truck to the scene as the vehicle 
had been declared abandoned.


While performing an administrative 
inventory of the vehicle for valuables and 
personal effects, Ohio identification cards 
were recovered for Rios, who turned out to 
be a black male and a white female 
identified as Brenna Perkins, who is also 
suspended. After the administrative 
inventory was completed, Patrolman Scott 
cleared from the scene in attempt to 
broaden the search area for the now 
identified possible occupants. Following the 
arrival of Springers, Patrolman Scott 
returned to the scene with Rios and Perkins 
in the back seat of marked unit #301. 
According to traffic heard over the radio, the 
pair had last been scene at Circle K and 
Patrolman Scott advised me he located 
them walking west on W Ohio Ave near N 
16th St.


Both Rios and Perkins stated neither one of 
them had been operating the motor vehicle 
when I performed the U-turn. Perkins 
alleges her sister had been driving the 
vehicle and that they parked the car and left 
it because "it had run out of gas" (sic) and 
they had left to get a gas can from Circle K. 
I advised both parties if that was truly the 
case, there was no need to evade and 
abandon the vehicle behind a private 
residence. Rios and Perkins were given an 
opportunity to make contact with a valid 
driver to bring money to the scene to 
release the vehicle which was now hooked 
to the Springers' tow truck.


Rios and Perkins were unsuccessful in 
making contact with a valid driver and were 
alloyed to retrieve personal belongings from 
the vehicle before it was towed from the 
scene, Although Rios and Perkins allege a 
"Jennifer Perkins" had been operating the 
vehicle, all attempts to make contact with 
her were unsuccessful and it was later 
discovered Rios was in possession of the 
key for the vehicle.


As I was unable to identify the driver prior to 
executing the U-turn and both parties 
denying driving the vehicle, they were 
released from the scene on foot. Patrolman 
Scott and I then cleared the scene without 
further incident.




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008009 
traffic
Courtney Rd / Allied Dr
Speed 47/35  333.0



On 08/03/18 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 truck travelling West on 
Courtney Rd pass me at a visibly high rate 
of speed. I activated my in car Radar and 
clocked the vehicle at 47mph in a clearly 
marked 35mph zone: I initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle a silver GMC Sierra bearing 
OH GRC9648 and the vehicle stopped at 
Courtney Rd and Allied Dr. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Dalton Mincks. Dalton was issued a citation 
for speed 333.03 and given a court date at 
MCC#3 of 08/16/18 at 0900hrs with a 
personal appearance not required, I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
08/03/18




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18008008 
600 Block of W New York Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio


CITED: Francisco Chavarria Jr.
836 S 13th St Apt 16, Sebring, Ohio 44672
DUS- Noncomplicance & License Forteiture  
SCO 335.07



On Friday, August 3,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchienda, was on patrol on W California 
Ave in marked unit #302. While stopped at 
the posted stop sign on W California Ave at 
S Johnson Rd, I observed a silver BMW 
cross the railroad tracks from the north and 
could hear the exhaust emitting excessive 
noise. I then turned south onto S johnson 
Rd and proceeded to catch up to the 
vehicle. As the vehicle turned east onto W 
New York Ave, I initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overheard emergency lights. 
The vehicle, a silver BMW 3253, bearing 
Ohio registration GYE8453, came to a 
complete stop after pulling into the driveway 
of a residence in the 600 block of W New 
York Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Francisco Chavarria, I 
identified myself and informed him of the 
reason for the stop. I then requested 
Chavarria to provide me with his driver's 
license, vehicle registration and proof of 
insurance. As Chavarria was handing me 
an Ohio identification card in addition to the 
other aforementioned documents, 
Chavarria stated he had driving privileges 
but did not have any documentation with 
him. After relaying Chavarria's identification 
card number through dispatch, I was 
informed Chavarria's license status was 
suspended (Noncompliance and License 
Forfeiture). Dispatch advised LEADS was 
not showing any indication that Chavarria 
had driving privileges. 


I advised Chavarria due to his license 
suspension and the lack of documentation 
to prove he had driving privileges the 
vehicle would be towed from the scene 
unless he could contact a valid driver to 
recover the vehicle. Chavarria stated he 
was unable to contact anyone as he did not 
have his cell phone with him. I then 
requested dispatch to send a tow truck to 
the scene. An administrative inventory of 
the vehicle was conducted at the scene to 
check for valuables and documents.


Chavarria was issued citation #031243 for 
Village Ordinance 335.07 DUS - 
Noncompliance/License Forfeiture and 
given a verbal warning for the loud exhaust. 
I offered to provide Chavarria with a 
courtesy transport to his residence on S 
13th St following the towing of the vehicle to 
which he declined and stated he could walk.


Chavarria was released from the scene 
after being advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, August 9,2018 at 0900. 
Springers arrived on scene following 
Chavarria's departure and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
08.03.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007189 
DATE: 07/31/2018 29:02:00


On 07/31/18 I responded to North side park 
for a report of suspicious behavior.

Ptl. Brindack 507



Upon arrival I spoke with the caller Fred 
Graham who advised his daughter was at 
the park and someone had yelled at her 
from inside the locked up pavilion. I 
checked the pavilion and all the doors were 
still secured. I asked dispatch to notify a key 
holder and a few minutes later a key holder 
arrived and opened the door. I entered the 
pavilion and observed nobody was inside 
nor did it look like there had been any 
forced entry. The doors were re locked and 
I cleared. 



Ptl. Bilndack 507




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007187
526 W Maryland Ave., Sebring, Oh 
Warrant Pick Up (Failure to Appear - Theft) 
CCSO


Arrested: Whitney Mercer
526 W Maryland Ave., Sebring, Oh



While at 526 W Maryland Ave attempting to 
follow up on another case, I observed 
Whitney Mercer at the residence who 
dispatch advised had an entered warrant 
out of Cdurnbiana County. Contact was 
made with Whitney and Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office advised they wanted her at 
which point she was placed in custody for 
warrant # 13CRB556BB. 

Whitney was transported to Sunoco Gas 
Station at Westville Lake Rd and St Rt 62 
where I met up with Sgt. Boyd from the 
sheriffs office.


Custody was then transferred to Sgt. Boyd 
and I cleared the scene.



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/36/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007184
Criminal
Endangering Children


Arrested: Alixandria Edie
125 E. Oregon Ave. Sebring
Endangering Children 2919.22A


On 7/31/2018 I was dispatched to Stay 
Sharp Barber shop for a found child.

Ptl. Kelm #505



Upon arrival I made contact with the owner 
of the barber shop Tyler Prince. Tyler 
advised he looked out the window and saw 
a small child running down the sidewalk in 
front of his shop. Tyler advised there were 
no adults around and the child had no 
shoes.


I walked over to Ashton's 5 & 10 and asked 
the clerk if they knew who the child 
belonged to and they advised they did not. 
At this time the fire chief Brian Anderson 
had come on scene. I advised Brian of the 
incident. Brian took the child and checked 
all the businesses in the area and no one 
was able to identify who the child belonged 
to. Brian advised he would post a picture of 
the child on the fire departments Facebook 
page. Brian advised he would take the child 
to the fire department. Brian then advised 
when we let him know children services 
was en route he would bring the child to the 
police department. I then cleared the scene 
and returned to the station.


I contacted Children Services and advised 
them of the situations and they responded. 
While waiting for a representative from 
Children Services to respond someone 
called the station and advised they believed 
the child belonged to Aiixandria Edie, 125 
E. Oregon Ave. 


Myself and Chief Harris responded to 325 
E; Oregon Ave. Upon arrival Chief Harris 
knocked on the door several times before 
Alixandria came to the door. When 
Alixandria finally opened the door she 
appeared to have been sleeping and had 
pressure marks on her face. Chief Harris 
asked Alixandria if she was missing 
someone and she replied "Yes my son". 
Chief Harris asked how long she had been 
sleeping and Alixandria responded 
"probably 5 minutes". Chief Harris advised 
Alixandria her son was at the police station 
and advised her to meet us there.


Alixandria responded to the police station 
and stood by until Children Services got on 
scene. Once Children Services were on 
scene they spoke to Alixandria. It was 
determined the child would stay with his 
grandmother Cathie Edie, 13748 Brace 
Ave, Alliance.


Alixandria was then advised she was being 
placed under arrest for 2919.22A / 
Endangering Children.


Alixandria was photographed, fingerprinted, 
and released on her own recognizance. 
Alixandria was advised of her mandatory 
court appearance at MCC #3 on 8/2/2078 at 
0900hrs. Once Alixandria was given a copy 
of the recognizance paperwork I then 
cleared.


NOTE: This is the second incident involving 
Alixandria losing track of her child ref, Ptl. 
McDaniels report #18005146

Ptl. Kelm #505
7/31/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007168
Criminal
145 N.17th Street Sebring, Ohio


Arrested: 

Chasity Lecorchick  DOB 1997
145 N.17th Street Sebring, Ohio
Domestic Violence  2919.25


Zachary Jones  DOB 1994
145 N.17th Street Sebring, Ohio
Domestic Violence M1  2919.25


Reginald Neill  DOB 1970
145 N.17th Street Sebring, Ohio
Disorderly Conduct w/Persistance   ORC 
2917.11




On Friday, July 27,2018, Patrolman 
Brindack, Patrolman Marchionda and 
Patrolman Russell were dispatched to the 
area of 145 N 17th St reference a report of 
a fight in the street.


Upon my arrival (Ptl D. Marchionda #508), 
Patrolman Brindack and Patrolman Russell 
were already on scene making contact with 
parties involved attempting to ascertain 
what happened prior to our arrival. During 
the course of our investigation on scene, it 
became apparent that two parties, Zachary 
Jones and Chasity Lecorchick, had been 
involved in a minor physical dispute. Jones 
and Lecorchick admitted to officers on 
scene they were a couple who had a child 
together and were living with one another.


Jones initially wanted to pursue domestic 
violence charges against Lecorchick for 
slapping him in the face but later changed 
his mind.


While speaking with Jones to obtain more 
information about what happened, I 
overheard several parties begin to yell. as a 
group of unidentified peopje walked passed 
the scene. One of the parties yelling in the 
street was Reginald W Neill. 

Apparently one of theunknown subjects that 
walked by made eye contact with Neill and 
that enraged him and caused him to start 
gelling at the individual and began taunting 
him., I then got in front of Neill in an attempt 
to calm him down to no avail. I repeatedly 
instructed Neill to stop yelling and to calm 
down. As I gave these lawful commands to 
Neill, I placed both hands, open palm, on 
his chest in an attempt to keep him from 
advancing. Neill continued to yell and taunt 
the unknown individuals who were now 
walking away from the scene and pushed 
against me. After several attempts to calm 
Neill down and keep him back, I instructed 
Neil to turn around and place his hands 
behind his back as he was under arrest for 
disorderly conduct with persistence.


Neill complied with my lawful instructions to 
turn around and place his hands behind his 
back. I then placed Neill in handcuffs which 
were gapped/double locked and then 
escorted him to marked unit #304. A pat 
down of Neill was performed and he was 
subsequently placed into the back of 
marked unit #304. I advised dispatch one 
male was in custody for disorderly conduct 
with persistence. I then advised Patrolman 
Brindack I would be taking Neill back to the 
station to start processing the arrest. 

Upon my arrival at the station, I immediately 
began to photograph, fingerprint and 
process Neill. After Neill was placed under 
arrest at the scene, he became extremely 
cooperative and compliant. I advised NeiIl 
because of his behavior after being placed 
under arrest in, addition to the offense 
being a misdemeanor of the fourth degree, I 
would release him under his own I I 
recognizance.


Neill signed his recognizance form and was 
advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, August 2,2018 at 0900 to answer 
for the charge of ORC 2917.11 Disorder 
Conduct w/Persistence M4. Neill was 
provided a signed copy of is recognizance 
form and released from the station. 
Following Neill's release from the station, 
Patrolman Brindack and Patrolman Russel  
brought Jones and Lecorchick to the station 
as they were both under arrest for ORC 
2919.25 Domestic Violence M-1. I assisted 
officers with processing before both parties 
were released on bond. 


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.28.2018



Upon arrival myself (Ptl. Brindack 507), Ptl. 
Russel, and Ptl. Marchionda made contact 
with several parties including Chasity Lynn 
Lecorchick , Zachary Jones, Reginald Neil, 
Roderick Neil, Scott Fusco, and Josiah 
Fusca along with several other family 
members of both Zachary Jones and 
Chasity. Upon arrival all parties were 
involved in heated arguments amongst 
each other and many parties were 
threatening each other and screaming in 
the roadway. Parties were separated and 
everyone was calmed except for Reginald 
Neil who was heavily intoxicated and 
frequently became irate.


I spoke with Scott Fusco and Reginald 
while other officers spoke with other parties 
involved. Both Scott and Reginald said 
everyone was just arguing and no one had 
become physical at anytime. I then spoke 
with Zachary Jones and PtF. Marchionda 
spoke with Reginald and Scott. Zachary told 
me his girlfriend and mother of his child 
Chasity smacked him multiple times in the 
face. Zachary advised he did want to press 
charges for domestic violence. While 
speaking with Ptl. Marchionda however he 
said he did not want charges pressed and 
signed a refusal.


At this point several more family members 
arrived on scene and began once again to 
argue amongst each other. Reginald Neil 
became enraged when an unknown 
individual walked by the scene and 
Reginald approached the individual and 
scream in his face. Reginald had to be 
asked several times to stop by officers. 
Reginald refused to comply with lawful 
commands multiple times and was arrested 
by Ptl. Marchionda for DOC with persist and 
was immediately taken away from the 
scene as he was the main one causing 
problems. 


Myself and Ptl. Russell then remained on 
scene. Now that parties were calm all 
unnecessary parties were asked to leave 
and complied. Units then spoke with 
Zachary and Chasity separately. Zachary 
advised to me he now wanted to press 
domestic violence charges and only signed 
a refusal because he felt pressured by his 
family and felt as though he was forced into 
the decision. Chasity advised that Zachary 
had pushed her and she now wanted 
Domestic violence charges on Zachary she 
stated that after he pushed her he walked 
away and later while a second argument 
occurred he called her a "cunt" seven times 
so she smacked him in the face. 


Both parties signed domestic violence 
charges. Chasity was placed under arrest 
by Ptl. Russell and Zachary was placed 
under arrest by me. Zachary was 
handcuffed (gaped and locked) and placed 
in the back of patrol car#303 and 
transported by me to our station. Zachary 
was processed by a combined effort of all 
officer involved and was able to post bond 
using Sly Bail bonds. Zachary was given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 08/02/18 at 0900hrs 
and was released on recognizance.


NOTE: both Zachary and Chasity refused to 
do written statement. 



Ptl. Brindack 507

07/27/18




On Thursday, July 27, 2018 Myself (Ptl. 
Racheal Russell #510) and Ptl. Brindack 
responded to 145 N. 17th Street for a 
domestic violence complaint. Upon arrival 
officers made contact with several family 
members that were involved in a heated 
argument. Oficers were advised the 
argument for all family members were due 
to a fight between Chasity Lecorchick and 
Zachary Jones. Officers separated all the 
individuals.


I then made contact with Mr. Jones. While 
speaking with Mr. Jones I was advised that 
he and his girlfriend Chasity had a verbal 
argument that lead to him being hit in the 
face several times on the left side near his 
eye causing a red swollen mark by Chasity. 
Mr. Jones stated several times he wanted to 
pursue charges. Medical treatment was 
refused at this time.


I then made contact with Chasity Lecorchick 
that advised this officer the argument 
started because he refused to pay $20.00 in 
his rent fees and refused to turn down the 
music with their four month old son in the 
car. I was advised that Mr. Jones started 
calling her names such as a fucking idiot 
and a fucking cunt and she had enough of 
being put down and she reached over and 
hit him in the face. At this time, Ms. Chasity 
Lecorchick was placed in to custody for 
domestic violence and read her rights.


Mr. Jones was also placed in to custody at 
this time for domestic violence due to 
Chasity stating she was shoved first by Mr. 
Zachary Jones because she got in his face. 
I called for assistance from a Smith 
township unit to transport Ms. Lecorchick 
due to Mr. Jones being placed in the back 
seat of the patrol car to keep the two parties 
separated.


Ms. Lecorchick was transported back to 
the SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT by Ptl, 
Caughey of Smith Township. Once back at 
the department Ms. Lecorchick was booked 
and processed and released after posting 
bond. A court date of August 02,2018 at the 
Mcc#3 was given.




Ptl. Racheal Russell #510



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Sunday, August 05, 2018
03:56 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007379 
DATE: 07/29/2018 19:36:00


On 7/29/2018 at 1936 p.m. myself and Sgt. 
Eberling were dispatch to the area of S 14th 
St and Alabama Ave for a car that had loud 
music coming from it. Upon arrival there 
was a green vehicle bearing the licence 
plate HCH8821 that was playing loud music 
parked in the yard at 803 S. 14th St.

Two males came out from house which we 
identified as being Austin Gill and Jacob 
Keenan. Gill advised that it was his veh. 
that was playing the music. The caller John 
Simchack approached the scene as we 
were talking with the two males and Sgt 
Eberling advised him that we would come 
talk with him after we got done talking with 
subjects. The males were advised to turn 
down the music because it was disturbing 
their neighbors. They were advised that this 
was a warning only.

We went to Mr. Simchack's house at 832 S, 
14th St where he advised that earlier he 
went to ask the two males to turn down the 
music.  He advised Mr. Keenan in-turn told 
him to fuck off and gave him the middle 
finger. We advised Mr. Simchack that if this 
happened again to call the police and we 
would come to take care of the situation. 
We cleared the scene with no further action 
being taken.





Ptl. Hughey 513




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER. 18-007475 
DATE: 07/28/2018 23:56:00


On Saturday, July 28, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Bondoni were 
dispatched to the Brickhouse, 206 E Ohio 
Avenue, reference a report of a fight.



Upon our arrival, I made contact with the 
caller, Tracy Wheeler, who advised her 
husband, Roy Wheeler, had been involved 
in a physical altercation. Roy stated he and 
another male, Mark Hughes, engaged in a 
mutual fight stemming from an argument 
about a song Roy had yet to play as he was 
DJ'ing tonight at the Brickhause. At the 
conclusion of the mutual fight, Roy was 
sucker punched from behind by an 
unknown male. Tracy and Roy stated both 
Hughes and the unknown male departed 
from the establishment prior to our arrival. I 
asked Roy if he was willing to provide a 
written statement and if he wanted to 
pursue criminal charges. Roy advised he 
did not want to pursue the matter.


I made contact with the Brickhbuse owner, 
Jason Ludwig, who confirmed there was a 
mutual fight between Roy and Hughes. 
Ludwig stated of the unknown male as it 
was the first time he saw him at the 
Brickhouse. I asked Ludwig if he wanted 
anything done about the fight that occurred 
in his establishment and he stated he did 
not. 


Officers cleared from the scene without 
further incident.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.29.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007174 
DATE: 07/28/2018 23:05:00



On 07/28/2018 I responded to a complaint 
at 308 S. 15th St in regards to a generator 
making too much noise. Upon arrival I was 
met by Lester Summers who was visibly 
upset when I advised him that he would 
have to turn the generator off, but did so 
nonetheless. I then cleared.



PTL. Bondoni #512




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007770 
DATE: 07/28/20181 3:35:00



On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
437 E. Ohio Ave ref to a loud music 
complaint. I arrived and spoke to the 
homeowner one, Krystal Frederick and 
advised her of the complaint. Krystal 
advised that she should be able to listen to 
her radio in her yard during the day. I 
advised Krystal to turn her radio down to a 
normal level so the neighbor is not 
disturbed.  Krystal turned the radio down to 
a normal level and I cleared.



REPORTING OFFICER: , Steven McDaniel 
509





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007169
TRAFFIC
606 E Ohio Avenue, Sebring, OH


Arrested: Joshua McCullough
210 W. Main St., Alliance, Oh
FaiIure to Display Front License Plate  SCO 
335.09
DUS - License Forfeiture SCO 335.07



On Saturday, July 28, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was leaving the parking lot of 
Circle K, 205 E Ohio Ave, when I observed 
a white Dodge Challenger pull in missing its 
front license plate. Upon further 
observation, I saw the front license pIate 
was wedged in between the 'dashboard and 
the front windshield but was unreadable. 
After leaving Circle K,I parked in the west 
alley off N 14'St near E Indiana Ave and 
waited for the vehicle to leave. After 
observing the vehicle depart from Circle K 
and head east on E Ohio Ave, I pulled out 
of the alley and proceeded to catch up with 
the vehicle.


After catching up to the vehicle on E Ohio 
Ave and N 12th St, I initiated a traffic stop 
by activating my overhead emergency lights 
in marked unit #304. The vehicle, bearing 
Ohio registration HLW4315, came to a 
complete stop after pulling into the parking 
lot of 606 E Ohio Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Joshua McCullough, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I requested McCullough to provide 
me with his driver's license, vehicle 
registration and proof of insirance.


McCulIough was unable to provide me with 
any of the aforementioned documents and 
claimed he had only left the house real 
quick to run to Circle K and left his wallet at 
home.


McCullough was accompanied by a male 
passenger, identified as Gregory Horner, 
who ptovided his driver's license upon 
request. Dispatch advised McCuIIough was 
the registered owner of the vehicle and that 
his license status was suspended (license 
forfeiture). McCullough was issued citation 
#031242 for Village Ordinances 335.07 
DUS - License Forfeiture and 335.09 
Failure to Display Front Plate. McCullough 
was advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, August 2,2018 at 0900. The 
vehicle was released from the scene under 
the control of Horner, whose driver's license 
was confirmed by dispatch to be valid.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
7.28.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
Private Property Accident
Report # 18007166 Date 7/26/2018
225 W Maryland Ave Sebring Oh



Unit #1 Parked, Owner: Jack Strange


Unit # 1 was struck by unknown Unit #2 
sometime last night at an unknown location. 
Complainant believes it happened in the 
parking lot at 225 W Maryland Ave.



Officer Ptl. Brindack




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18607135 
DATE- 07/21/2018 16:41:00


On 07/21/18 I observed a junk vehicle in the 
rear lot of 135 W Ohio Ave.


The above mentioned vehicle is a red 
Pontiac bearing OH HDR9830 which 
returns to Chandler McKinney and has 
multiple flat tires. A Junk vehicle letter was 
written and secured to the vehicle and an 
additional letter was secured to apt#3 of this 
address which is the address we have for 
Chandler in CAD.


Ptl. Brindack 507



On 07/25/18 I spoke with Chandler 
McKinney and she advised me she had a 
flat bed coming for her vehicle on Saturday 
07/28/18. I advised her since she was 
cooperating and had made arrangements to 
remove the vehicle that was acceptable but 
if the vehicle was not gone Saturday it 
would be towed.


Ptl. Brindack 507
07/28/18



Qn 07/21/18 the original letter was posted 
on this vehicle on 07/21/I8 on 7/25/18  
made contact with Chandler and she 
advised it would be towed by Saturday. 
Today 07/28/18 the vehicle was not gone. I 
spoke with Chandlers step father Jose 
Carrion and he advised it should be towed 
as he believed she had no intentions of 
moving it. A tow truck was called and the 
vehicle was taken to Sebring Tire by 
Springers towing. I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507



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Saturday, August 04, 2018
11:14 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 78-007156
REPORT DATE: 07/26/2018 02:08:00

Arrested: Leiah Kiser
236 Alabama Ave Apt. 9 Sebring, Oh
Warrant: Drug Abuse Instruments ORC 
2925.12
Warrant: Theft  ORC 2913.02


On 07/26/2018 I Ptl. Scott along with Ptl. 
Marchionda responded to 236 Alabama 
Ave. Apt. 9 in reference to a missing child.


Upon arrival dispatch advised me to get 
additional information from the caller stating 
that she might have a warrant out of 
Alliance. I made contact with the caller 
identified as Leiah Kiser who stated that 
she and her 4 year old daughter were at 
home when a man she thought was the 
daughter's father came to the residence and 
took her daughter. I asked her how did she 
not know for a fact it wasn't the father and 
Leiah stated that she wasn't sure because 
she had fallen asleep at one point. I asked 
Leiah what time this took place in which she 
told me around 5:00pm and officers were 
dispatched at Leiah appeared to be under 
the influence of an unknown substance. 
Leiah's reactions seemed slowed down, her 
pupils were constricted even being outside 
in the dark with no light. Leiah could not 
keep her story consistent. I then asked 
where her daughter was currently and Leiah 
stated at her parents house and called them 
and Ptl Marchiohda talked to Grandfather of 
the child and confirmed that the child was at 
their residence which is 20407,Middletown 
Rd, in Smith Twp.



Ptl. Marchionda gave dispatch the 
additional information obtained from Leiah 
and it was confirmed that Leiah had an 
active warrant out of Alliance and I then 
detained Leiah until it could be determined 
if Alliance would come and take custody of 
Leiah. Dispatch then advised me an 
Alliance officer is on route to our station for 
a custody exchange for Leiah and I then 
placed Leiah under arrest and placed her in 
the rear of unit #301 and transported her to 
our station.


I Smith Twp. Ptl. Russell was being 
requested to follow up and check the 
residence on Middletown since it was in the 
Smith Twp. Jurisdiction and she was unable 
to be contacted. Ptl. Marchionda then went 
to the residence and confirmed the child 
was with the Grandparents and the 
Grandparents provided Ptl. Marchionda with 
legal court documentation stating they had 
legal custody of the child.


Ptl: Marchionda then cleared and returned 
to the station.


Leiah was then processed, fingerprinted, 
and photographed and was handed over to 
Alliance Police Ptl. Mark and was 
transported to Alliance.



While on scene at 236 Alabama Ave Apt 9, 
Patrolman Scott made contact with the 
caller, Leiah Kiser, while I spoke to her 
father, Dan Hughes, on her phone. Hughes 
advised me the child, Ava, was safe and 
sleeping at his and his wife's residence on 
Middletown Road in North Benton. After 
receiving additional information from 
Hughes, I then requested dispatch to make 
contact with the Smith Township officer and 
send them to the residence in North Benton 
to verify the welfare of the child.


Due to unknown circumstances, dispatch 
could not make contact with the Smith 
Township officer.

I advised dispatch I would be en route to 
204137 Middletown Rd to make contact 
with the grandparents and verify the welfare 
of the child while Patrolman Scott 
transported Kiser, who had been placed 
under arrest for an active warrant out of 
Alliance, to the station. Upon my arrival at 
the residence in North Benton, I made 
contact with Hughes and his wife and they 
allowed me access into the home where I 
was able to visually verify the child sleeping 
in her bed. Hughes then provided me with 
court documentations showing he and his 
wife have full legal custody of the child. I 
then cleared from the residence and 
returned to the village.


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007155 
DATE: 07/25/2018 22:14:00


On Wednesday, July 25, 2018, Patrolman 
Brindack and Patrolman Marchionda were 
dispatched to 236 Alabama Ave Apt 10 
reference a properly report.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508 



Upon our arrival, we made contact with the 
complainant, Dakota Best and witness, 
Andrea Six. Best stated when he came 
home at 10:00 PM, he discovered his home 
had been vandalized when he observed his 
TV had been smashed, couch was cut and 
items thrown around the apartment. Best 
advised he had not been at his apartment 
for over a week due to the electricity being 
turned off and during that week long period, 
he stated he did not lock the door.

Six advised us earlier in the evening, she 
observed a male known to her only as Cole 
(Cole Gibbons) had come to the residence 
along with two unknown males inquiring 
about the whereabouts of Best. Six stated 
when she told Cole she did not know where 
Best was, Cole and the other males entered 
the residence and left shortly thereafter 
carrying unknown items. Upon entering the 
apartment, I observed it to be ransacked as 
clothes and miscellaneous items were 
strewn across the floor and the overall 
apartment was in disarray. I observed the 
screen of an RCA HDTV to be cracked and 
smashed near the bottom as well as the 
couch cushions to be slashed. Best advised 
he was unaware if anything was missing at 
this time.


Best advised he had moved into the 
apartment approximately 3-4 weeks ago 
with Cole as a roommate and that Cole had 
moved out recently. According to call 
number 18-0000004327, officers were 
dispatched to the apartment on July 18 at 
20:43 to standby while Cole moved out of 
the residence and removed his property. 
Best stated he did not know where Cole 
currently resides.


Photographs were taken of the damaged 
property and signed written statements 
were collected from Best and Six. Prior to 
leaving the scene, Best conveyed to officers 
he wanted to pursue the matter and have 
Cole charged criminally.


While on station typing the report, Best 
phoned the station wishing to speak with an 
officer as he had come across new 
information regarding the matter. Best 
stated he had been in contact with his 
child's mother, Kayla Hartman and that she 
told him she asked Cole to go to the 
apartment to obtain items for the baby and 
that Cole claims he did not ransack or 
damage the property inside the apartment. 
Best stated he wished to no longer pursue 
the matter and that he would just "swallow 
his losses" (sic).



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10:09 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007160
traffic
E Kentucky Ave. s 14th St


Arrested: Dennis Crider
135 W Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672
OVI 4511.19 (A)(1)(a)
DUS lisence forfiture  4510.11



On 07/26/18 While responding to a 
domestic disturbance I Initiated a traffic stop 
with an involved party as he was attempting 
to leave. 


Ptl. Brindack 507



On 07/26/18 I was responding to a 
domestic disturbance case # 180071 59 at 
236 Alabama apt#12 and #11 with Sgt. 
Eberling in which the caller advised the 
male party was hitting the female party. 
While responding dispatch advised the 
male party was leaving the apartments. As 
we approached Alabama Ave from S 14th 
St I observed a maroon car pass us coming 
from the direction of the Alabama address. 
Sgt. Eberling radioed out the plate and it 
was confirmed to be the male party by
dispatch.


I then turned around and initiated a traffic 
stop on the vehicle a maroon Hyundai 
Elantra bearing OH HDA7441. I made 
contact with the driver identified as Dennis 
James Crider who had a suspended license 
for license forfeiture. As I spoke with James 
I could immediatety detected a strong odor 
of an alcoholic beverage. 1 asked James 
what was going on at the Alabama 
apartments and he explained he was in a 
verbal argument with his ex and decided to 
leave before it escalated. As James 
explained I observed slurred speech and 
glossy eyes. I asked James if he had been 
drinking and he said yes he was. James 
told me he had three 12oz beers and knew 
he should not be driving.


I then asked James to step out of the 
vehicle to perform Standardized field 
sobriety tests. James said he would submit 
to the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test but 
could not do the walk and turn or one leg 
stand as he had a "broken leg" I observed 
James leg was wrapped but was not in a 
cast. I instructed James to stand with his 
feet together and put his arms down at his 
sides while I gave him instructions for the 
HGN I observed James struggled and was 
confused as to what positions his hands 
needed to be in despite it being explained 
multiple times. James was finally able to 
understand and stood in the proper 
position. Prior to beginning the HGN I asked 
James if he had any head or eye injuries 
that would prevent him from performing the 
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus . James 
advised that he did not have any head 
injuries and his eyes were fine. I then 
checked James for Equal Pupil size, 
Resting Nystagmus, and Equal tracking. 
James had equal pupil size, no resting 
nystagmus, and equal tracking. I then 
began the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus. 
While testing I observed
that James was having difficulty balancing 
and was swaying from side to side. I 
instructed James to remain still and 
continued the test. I observed James had 
Lack of smooth pursuit in both eyes, 
Distinct and sustained Nystagmus at 
maximum deviation in both eyes, and 
Nystagmus prior to 45 degree in both eyes. 
After the test I asked James If he wished to 
attempt the one leg stand and walk and turn 
test. James refused both tests.


I was then informed by Sgt. Eberling that a 
female from the incident we were originally 
called for was going to be coming to pick up 
the vehicle. I advised James he was being 
placed under arrest for suspicion of OVI. 
Sgt. Eberling then arrived and released the 
vehicle to the female. I then transported 
James to our station where he was read an 
Ohio BMV 2255 form. James was asked to 
submit to a breath and urine test to which 
he complied. Both tests were conducted by 
Sgt. Eberling. James blew a -062 on breath 
test and his urine will be sent to the lab for 
analysis. James was issued a citation for 
OVI 4511.1 9A1A and Driving under 
suspension 4510.21. James was given a 
recognizance bond and released with a 
court date at MCC#3 of 08/02/18 at 
0900hrs.


Ptl. Brindack 507



On 7/26/2078, I assisted Ptl. Brindack with 
the above arrest by pedorming the 
Intoxilyser 8000 breath test on Dennis 
Crider and collecting the urine sample. I 
witnessed Dennis deposit the sample into 
the supplied container and it was packaged 
appropriately, sealed and placed in the 
refrigerator to be mailed out to the lab for 
analysis.


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007145 
DATE: 07/23/2018 23:20


On 7/24/2018 at 091 6hrs myself and Ptl. 
Kelm were dispatch to the Sebring High 
School baseball fields for property damage.


Upon arrival we made contact with the 
complainant David Yaggi. David advised the 
left post holding the score board had a large 
crack at the bottom, He believed someone 
might have backed into it this past Spring 
damaging it in the process.


Ptl Hughey #513

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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007146
Traffic
S. Johnson near Lake Park Blvd


Arrested: Daniel Miller
1015 Cornell Dr, Alliance
Speed (52/35) 333.03
Expired / Ficticious Plates 335.1




On 07/24/2018 at 0700 hrs. I Ptl. Hughey 
while in a marked patrol car was traveling 
south on S. Johnson Rd. when I witnessed 
a vehicle going north on S. Johnson Rd. at 
visually high rate of speed. I activated my 
mounted radar which confirmed the speed 
to be 52 mph in a clearly marked 35 mph 
zone. I initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson 
Rd. near Lake Park Blvd. with a 2010 white 
Nissan Sentra bearing an Ohio license plate 
(DU571LU). 

The driver was identified as Daniel Miller 
and I asked for his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance which 
he provided. When dispatch advised me of 
his information the plates came back to a 
2002 Chrome in color Saturn Sedan. I then 
informed Daniel of this. He stated he 
purchased the veh. in February and the 
dealership said that they would switch the 
registration to the Nissan for him. 

Ptl. Kelm ran the VIN number through 
dispatch and it came back to Daniel. Also, 
dispatch advised that the veh. was never 
plated. I then wrote Daniel a traffic citation 
for Speed 52/35 SCO 333.03 and 
Expired/Fictitious Plates SCO 335.10. 

Daniel was cited into MCC#3 with a court 
date of 08/02/2018 at 9am with no personal 
appearance required. Once Daniel signed 
the citation he was provided a copy of it and 
I then cleared.



Ptl. Hughey #513
07/24/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007144 
DATE: 07/23/2018 21:23:00


On 0712312018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to the corner of Johnson and 
Tennessee for individuals screaming. Upon 
arrival I noticed a male hanging fmrn a tree 
and individuals around screaming help. I 
then immediately called for assistance and 
notified the fire department to expedite.


A short time later, Sgt Eberling arrived on 
scene and immediately climbed the tree for 
support with 3 other unknown individuals in 
the tree at the time. He then identified the 
individual as Adam Tyson.


The Fire department anived and took over 
the scene. Fire Department then had to use 
a chainsaw to extract him due to his leg 
was wedged on a branch and could'nt 
remove him. Once Adam was free from the 
tree EMS began treatment.


When asked what happened they stated to 
me he was cutting down a tree got himself 
stuck in a tree.


They then stated he was up in the tree for 
over an hour trying to get remove himself 
from being stuck from the tree but 
eventually passed out and they then called 
for help. Upon nothing further I cleared.



Ptl J-Rober #511




On 7/24/2018 1 responded to 165 S. 
Johnson Rd. to obtain a witness statement 
from Glenn Fournie. Glenn advised his son 
went over to 696 W. Tennessee Ave. to 
assist with getting Adam out of the tree. 
Glenn also advised he called 911. Glenn 
advised he would have his son write a 
statement but he was at work.


I then responded to 664 W. Oregon Ave. to 
obtain a witness statement from Noah 
Rostetter. Noah advised he responded to 
the scene and assisted with extracting 
Adam from the tree. Noah advised once he 
got on scene he observed Adam's skin was 
gray in color and he had foam coming from 
his mouth. Noah advised he used a chain 
saw to cut the limb Adam was pinned 
between. Noah advised while cutting 
through the limb he accidentally cut Adams 
foot. Noah advised once Adam was taken 
out of the tree he began CPR.


t then responded to 696 W. Tennessee Ave. 
to obtain a statement from Kristina Tyson. 
Kristina advised she would complete a 
statement but it would take her some time. 
Kristina was advised when she was finished 
to contact the palice department and an 
officer would pick it up.



Ptt. Kelm 505
7/24/2018




On 7/23/2018, I was dispatched to 696 W 
Tennessee Ave to assist with a male who 
was unresponsive and stuck in a tree. Upon 
arrival with Rtl. Rober, we observed the 
male to be approximately 15 ft in the air 
with his left leg wedged in a 'V" in the tree 
and his body hanging upside down. There 
was two males, one was identified as Glenn 
Founier II and the other was unknown and a 
female whom I knew to be Kristina M. 
Tyson were all up in the tree attempting to 
keep the males body upright. Kristina 
advised to me that she was afraid of heights 
and needed assistance so I immediately 
climbed up an extension ladder that was 
against the tree to get up to their position. 
The male who was stuck in the tree was 
idenffied as Adam Tyson and was 
unresponsive at the time of arrival. Kristina, 
Glenn and myself collectively were able to 
push up on Adam's bodylhead enough to 
keep him parallel to the ground until 
Sebring First Responders arrived on scene. 
Kristina advised that Adam was up in the 
tree for approximately 45 minutes prior to 
police/fire getting called.


Noah Rastetter of Sebring Fire was able to 
get a ladder up on the other side of the tree 
and get up higher then we could to check 
on Adam. Noah advised his skin was grey 
and he had foam around his mouth and was 
still unresponsive. Based on the amount of 
time that Adam had been unresponsive 
already and no other timely options he 
requested another fire member to get a 
chain saw to cut the branch and free Adams 
leg. Noah was able to get the branch cut 
enough to pull Adam's leg out however did 
cut Adam's leg in the process on accident. 
Adam was lowered down to other members 
of the fire department at which point they 
began first aid and subsequently 
transported him to Alliance Community 
Hospital where he was later pronounced 
deceased. 


Stark County Coroners Ofice was notified 
by hospital staff and the coroner advised 
they were taking possession of the body for 
further examination. Noah and I were both 
possibly exposed to blood from Adam while 
on scene and both of us went to Alliance 
Community Hospital to have blood work 
done as a precautionary measure for blood 
borne pathogens. This was reported to both 
Chief Harris and Fire Chief Brian Anderson.


On 7/24/2018, Ptl. Kelm was able to gather 
written statements from most of the 
individuals who were on scene for this call 
and placed them in the case file. I went and 
spoke with Kristina at her residence about 
the incident. Kristina advised that Adam had 
been stuck in the tree for approximately 45 
minutes prior to police getting called. 
Kristina advised that Adam had his left foot 
in the "V" in the tree trying to cut a branch 
and attempted to shuffle around the tree but 
slipped which resulted in his whole leg 
getting wedged in the tree. Kristina advised 
that Adam told her numerous times to not 
call police/fire and that he wanted her and 
the neighbors to get him out. Kristina 
advised they attempted to do everything 
they could to get him out however could not 
get him out. 


Kristina advised that after approximately 20 
minutes Adam told her that he was getting 
very weak from holding onto the tree and 
advised he was going to pass out and 
would probably die on the tree. Kristina 
advised he passed out and fell backwards 
and just hung from his leg upside down at 
which point she began screaming for 
someone to call 911. Our reportee Brittany 
Chestnut who lives next door heard the 
screaming and called dispatch.


I spoke with Dr. Robinson via phone from 
the Stark County Coroner's Office and 
provided her with a brief synopsis of this 
incident. Dr. Robinson advised there was no 
signs of blunt force trauma to Adam and 
they were more than likely going to be 
releasing the body to the funeral home. I 
advised Dr. Robinson that as soon as this 
report was approved by the Chief it would 
be faxed to their office to which she advised 
that was fine. Based on the statements 
gathered and evidence present on scene, 
there were no signs of foul play so therefore 
this case will be closed.



Sgt. Eberling  503





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Thursday, August 02, 2018
01:29 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006089 
Criminal
1021 W State St Alliance OH 44601
Littering/Deposit Trash (MM) 521.08 B



On 0611512018, It was brought to my 
attention that there was a property on the 
100 block of east Oregon Avenue that was 
in violation of SCO 523.08.

Redfern 504



On 06/15/2018, It was brought to my 
attention that there was a property on the 
100 block of east Oregon Avenue that was 
in violation of SCO 521.08. I went by the 
property in the past and saw that there were 
several violations. A warning letter was 
typed up and affixed to the window of the 
business. I then went to several businesses 
in Alliance and spoke with the owner of the 
property whom was identified as Roberta 
Moffei. I advised her that she was In 
violation for quite sometime and she 
needed to rectify the problem with in the 
allotted five (5) days which would be on 
06/20/2018.

Roberta advised that she would need more 
time than that. I advised Roberta that she 
would need to show steady improvement to 
possibly avoid criminal charges. Roberta 
advised that she understood. I then cleared, 
Case will be left pending to see if Roberta 
complies.


Redfern 504



On 06/19/18 This case was turned over to 
me and I will be following up with it.


Ptl. Brindack 507




This case was given to me on 06/19/18. Ptl. 
Redfem issued the trash warning letter to 
Roberta giving her 5 days to clean up or at 
least show progress cleaning up the rubbish 
at 126 E Oregon Ave. on 06/15/18. It is now 
07/13/18 28 days later. 

I have given Roberta almost 6 times the 
allotted time to begin cleaning up the 
rubbish considering there is so much of it. 
Roberta however has shown no effort to 
comply. This being the case a State 
complaint was done requesting a summons 
for Roberta with a court date of 07/26/18 at 
0900hrs. Upon the summons being 
returned Roberta will be served.


Ptl. Brindack 507
07/13/18




On 07/17/18 Roberta Moffei was served 
with her summons and advised of her court 
date 07/26/18. I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507 




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 13007158
traffic
Courtney Rd near N 12th St
speed 51/35


Arrested:  Brayden Jenning
12696 W Middletown Rd Salem Oh 44460

speed 51/35 333.03


On 07/26/18 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 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 silver Ford Taurus bearing OH 
HGK7011 .

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Brayden Daniel Jennings and he was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 08/09/18 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.: 18007163
TRAFFIC Juvenile
W Ohio Ave @ N 20th St, Sebring, Ohio 
44672


Arrested: Kaylee Ruiz
306 W Ohio Ave Apt 2, Sebring, Ohio 
44672
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) SCO 
337.27



On Friday, July 27,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 at the 
corner of N Johnson Rd and W Ohio Ave. I 
observed a yellow Chevrolet hatchback 
approach the intersection from the north, 
come to a complete stop and turn east onta 
W Ohio Ave. 

As the vehicle accelerated down W Ohio 
Ave, I could hear the exhaust emitting 
excessive noise. then pulled out onto W 
Ohio Ave and proceeded to catch up to the 
vehicle. 

I performed a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
yellow Chevrolet Aveo bearing Ohio 
registration GWW5674, came to a complete 
stop on W Ohio Ave at N 20th St.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Kaylee Ruiz, I identified myself 
and informed her of the reason for the stop. 
I then requested Ruiz to provide me with 
her driver license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. Ruiz was able to provide 
me with all of the aforementioned 
documents however, the insurance 
documentation was expired and Ruiz 
advised she did not have a current card 
with her.


While reviewing the documents she 
presented, I observed Ruiz was not wearing 
her seatbelt and asked her if she had it on 
prior to being stopped. Ruiz admitted to me 
she had not been wearing her seatbelt prior 
to being stopped. While speaking with Ruiz, 
I was able to smell a very faint odor of an 
alcoholic beverage and asked her if she 
had been drinking recently. Ruiz admitted 
she had "one twisted tea at a friend's 
house. 

As a precautionary measure, I instructed 
Ruiz to step out of the vehicle so that 
standardized field sobriety tests could be 
conducted. I ran Ruiz through all three 
stages and did not observe any clues 
during any one test. Ruiz did not have 
glossy eyes nor was her speech slurred 
while speaking to me. Given her 
performance during the tests, it was 
determined she was not intoxicated and I 
allowed her to get back into her vehicle 
while I wrote a citation for the seatbelt 
violation.


Ruiz was issued citation #03124l for Village 
Ordinance 337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to 
Wear (Driver) and given a verbal warning 
for the loud exhaust. I also warned Ruiz 
about the consequences of consuming 
alcohol underage and operating a motor 
vehicle. Ruiz was advised of her mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, August 9,2018 at 0900. 

After being released from the stop, I 
continued to follow Ruiz to her residence on 
W Ohio Ave to ensure she arrived home 
safely; which she did.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.27.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007162 
TRAFFIC 
S Johnson Rd/State Route 62, Sebring, OH



Arrested:  Robert Coombes
506 W Maryland Ave, Sebring, OH 

Left of Center ORC 4511.29
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19A1A 
QVI (0.134 BAC) ORC 4511.19A1D



On 07/26/2018 at 11:07pm I Ptl: Scott 
initiated a traffic stop that resulted in the 
arrest of the driver for OVI.



I Ptl. Scott was traveling south on S. 
Johnson Rd. and observed the vehicle in 
front of my cruiser go left of center multiple 
times. I then turned my emergency over 
head lights on to initiate a traffic stop being 
on S. Johnson Rd. and Heacock Extension. 
The vehicle continued to travel south. There 
was an additional vehicle in front of the 
vehicle I was attempting to stop that pulled 
to the side of the road, the vehicle I was 
attempting to stop drove around that vehicle 
and continued to travel south. The vehicle 
then pulled into the parking lot of the 
Perkins Restaurant and came to a complete 
stop I notified dispatch and radioed to my 
other unit to come to my location. The 
vehicle was a 2001 Grey Chevrolet pick up 
truck bearing a Florida license plate 
(9032VR).


I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and met with the driver that was 
identified as Robert Coombes. When 
approaching the vehicle Robert was 
hunched over and-moving his arms around 
the inside of the truck. I informed him of the 
reason for the stop and requested his 
driver's licehse, registration,and proof of 
insurance in which I only received his 
driver's license. Robert appeared nervous 
and was acting bizarre. Robert stated that 
he and his girl friend Jacqueline Ruggiero 
who owns the vehicle got into a verbal 
altercation and he decided to leave to go to 
Perkins.
 

Ptl. Marchionda then arrived on scene and 
approached the vehicle from the passenger 
side and observed a bud light beer can 
opened sitting on the passenger seat. Ptl. 
Marchionda then asked if Robert consumed 
any alcoholic beverages prior to operating 
the vehicle in which Robert stated that he 
did.


I then asked Robert to step out of the 
vehicle and asked Robert if he would 
consent to field sobriety testing in which 
Robert did consent. Ptl. Marchjonda then 
turned off the front overhead emergency 
lights to both of the cruisers and I had 
Robert exit the vehicle walk to the east 
open parking lot of the Perkins Restaurant. 
Once Robert exited the vehicle I could smell 
a strong odor of an alcohol beverage 
coming from his person. I asked Robert if 
he had problems with his vision in which 
Robert stated that he uses reading glasses, 
Robert has no restrictions on his driver's 
license. I then asked Robert if he has any 
physical or medical condition that would 
inhibit him from taking the tests in which 
Robert stated that he did not. I then told 
Robert to stand straight up with his hands to 
his side and his feet together and to follow 
my pen with only his eyes as I used it as a 
stimulus. I checked Robert's eyes for equal 
pupil size, equal tracking, and for a resting 
nystagmus. Robert's pupils were of equal 
size. Robert's eyes tracked equally, and 
Robert did not have a resting nystagrnus.


I then began the testing with the horizontal 
gaze nystagmus being the first test. I had 
Robert remain in the current position as 
before and explained to Robert the 
instructions. Once the instructions were 
explained I asked Robert if he understood 
them in which Robert stated that he did. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Lack of smooth pursuit in 
both of Robert's eyes, distinct nystagmus at 
maximum deviation in both of Robert's 
eyes, and onset of nystagmus prior to 45 
degrees in both of Roberts eyes.


I then told Robert to continue to stand in 
that position and to put his right foot in front 
of his left foot which was the starting 
position for the next test which was the walk 
and turn. I explained the instructions for the 
walk and turn and demonstrated how to 
preform the test correctly. Once the 
instructions and demonstration was given to 
Robert I asked him if he understood them in 
which Robert stated that he did. 

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Robert did not touch heel to 
toe, Robert stopped while walking, Robert 
stepped off the line, Robert used both of his 
arms to balance himself, Robert made an 
improper turn.


The next and final test was the one leg 
stand and I had Robert stand straight up 
with his feet together and arms to his side 
as before in the first starting position while I 
explained fhe instructions for the test . Once 
the instructions were explained to Robert I 
asked him if he understood them in which 
Robert stated that he did. Once the test 
began I obsenred the following clues: 
Robert swayed while attempting to balance 
himself, Robert used both of his arms to 
balance himself, Robert hopped continually 
through out the test, and Robert put his foot 
down multiple times and could not finish the 
test as he stated it was due to climbing 
trees.


Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Robert under arrest for 
suspicion of OVI and placed Robert in hand 
restraints following with a pat down for 
officer safety and then placing him the rear 
of unit #301 where Robert was read his 
Miranda rights.  Ptl. Marchionda then stood 
by for a tow truck to arrive on scene and 
preformed an inventory of the vehicle which 
revealed one opened bud light beer can 
and the 6-pack case that it had come from 
ihside of the vehicle. 

The vehicle was towed to 10 N. 12th St. 
with no hold.


I then transported Robert to the station,and 
read Robert the BMV 2255 forrn that D.0. 
Wheeler witnessed and signed as a witness 
in which Robert signed and chose to give a 
breath sample and a urine sample and 
signed the form. Robert was is a holder of a 
commercial driver's license and was read 
the advise on the BMV 2255 form regarding 
this. Once the 20 minute observation period 
had past I conducted a breath test for 
Robert on the intoxilyzer 8000. Robert gave 
two breath tests and had a final result of a 
BAC 0.134 g/210L. Robert attempted to 
give a urine sample multiple times but 
stated that he could not and a urine sample 
was not obtained.


Robert was then processed, finger printed, 
and photographed. Robert was issued a 
traffic citation for left of center ORC 
4511.29, OVI (SFST) 4511.19(A)(1)(a), and 
OVI (Below .17) ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(d) and 
was given a court date of 08/02/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3, Robert signed the 
citation. Robert was then given a 
recognizance bond of $1,000 for both OVI 
offenses in which Robert signed. Robert 
was given copies of the BMV 2255 form, his 
traffic citation, his recognizance form, and 
his breath results and was released to his 
father.


Ptl. Scott #506
07/27/2018



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Thursday, July 26, 2018
11:06 AM -0500


SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007141 
DATE: 07/22/2018 11:58:00



On 7/22/2018 I as dispatched to 176 E. 
Virginia Ave. for found property.



Ptl. Kelm #505




Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Betty Householder. Betty 
advised several days ago she discovered a 
bicycle with a flat tire and a broken pedal on 
her property. Betty advised she did not 
know who the bicycle belonged to. Betty 
then advised she did not know what to do 
with it and did not want to take it herself due 
to issues with her neighbors. 

I advised Betty I would take it and place it in 
the basement at the police station. I took 
the bicycle and placed it in the trunk of the 
cruiser. I then cleared. 

The bicycle wilt be placed in the basement 
of the police station for safe keeping. 



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007140 
Traffic
N. 18th St. / W. Ohio Ave.


Arrested: 
Alyssa Smith
1471 S. Freedom Ave. Alliance, OH 44601

Traffic Control Devices ORC 4511.12
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19(A)(1)(a)
OVI (Less than .7 ) ORC 4511.39(A)(1)(d)



On 07/22/2018  at 2:01am I Ptl. Scott 
initiated a traffic stop the resulted in the 
arrest of the driver for OVI.



Ptl. Scott #506
07/22/2018




on 07/22/2018 at 2:01am I Ptl. Scott was 
stationaly at the intersection of W. Ohio 
Ave. and N. Johnson Rd. when I observed 
a vehicle traveling east on W. Ohio Ave. 
that rolled through the intersection with out 
coming to a complete stop at the 
intersection when the intersection had a 
stop sign and also red flashing lights, I then 
pulled out on to the road and initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle when it turned on 
to N. 18th St. and came to a complete stop. 
The vehicle was a 2008 Chevrolet 4-door 
bearing an Ohio license plate (HLW4157).



I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and met with the driver and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I received 
the driver's license, a temporary tag 
registration, and no proof of insurance due 
to the driver not being able to find it and 
could not pull it up on their phone due to not 
having any service. 


The driver was identified as Alyssa Smith 
and when Alyssa was attempting to locate 
her driver's liense she opened up a small 
hand purse and passed it 1 time and then 
pulled out a credit card and then located the 
license and gave it to me. I could smell an 
odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
the vehicle and an odor of marijuana 
coming from the vehicle. I then asked 
Alyssa if she had consumed any alcoholic 
beverages prior to driving in which Alyssa 
replied yes and stated that she had two 
beers. I then asked Alyssa if she had 
smoked any marijuana prior to driving in 
which Alyssa stated no but the bar that she 
was at people were smoking it around her 
and stated that was the reason her vehicle 
smelled like marijuana.


I then asked Alyssa to exit the vehicle and 
asked if she would consent to field sobriety 
testing in which she stated that she would. 
Once Allyssa exited the vehicle I could 
smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from her person. 


Ptl. Marchionda then arrived on scene and 
turned off my cruisers front overhead lights 
and I had Alyssa stand at the rear of her 
vehicle and I asked Alyssa if she had any 
medical or physical conditions that would 
inhibit her from taking the tests in which 
Alyssa stated that she did not. I had Alyssa 
stand straight up with her arms to her side 
and her feet together and held my pen in 
front of her face as a stimulus and I 
checked Alyssa's eyes for equal pupil size, 
equal tracking, and a resting nystagmus. 
Both of Alyssa's pupils were of equal size, 
both of Alyssa's eyes tacked equally, and 
Alyssa did not have a resting nystagmus. 
While doing this Alyssa began to cry 
hysterically and stated that she was 
swerving on Alliance Sebring Rd. prior to 
entering Sebring and stated that her body 
weight was low and she knows that she will 
fail the tests and stated that she is over the 
legal limit.


I then began to explained the instructions 
for the first test which was the horizontal 
gaze nystagrnus and had Alyssa stand 
straight up with her arms to her side and 
her feet together. Once I explained the 
instructions I asked Alyssa if she under 
stood in which Alyssa 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 
had Alyssa stand straight up with her arms 
to her side and her right foot in front of her 
left foot and before I could start the 
instructions she began to walk and was told 
to stay in the position and listen to the 
instructions. Alyssa stated that she had a 
bad equilibrium but Alyssa was asked prior 
to the tests if she had any physical 
conditions and Alyssa stated that she did 
not. Once the instructions were explained I 
asked if Alyssa understood in which Alyssa 
stated the she did understand. Once the 
test began I observed the following clues: 
Did not touch heel to toe, stepped off of the 
line, used arms to balance, and improper 
turn.


The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed Alyssa to stand straight up with 
her arms to her side and her feet together 
and not to move until I told her to. Once the 
instructions were explained I asked Alyssa 
if she understood in which Alyssa stated 
that she did understand and to be noted 
Alyssa was instructed not to put her foot 
down. Once the test began I observed the 
following clues:


Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, and Alyssa put her foot down 3 
times which ended the test.



Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Alyssa under arrest for 
suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while 
under the influence of alcohol or drug of 
abuse. I placed Alyssa in hand restraints 
and placed Alyssa in the rear of unit #301 
and I read Alyssa her Miranda rights. 

Ptl. Marchionda then preformed a probable 
cause search of Alyssa's vehicle and no 
contraband was found other than small 
marijuana buds on the floor board of the 
vehicle. Ptl. Marchionda then stood by for 
the tow of the vehicle while I transported 
Alyssa to the station. 

The vehicle was towed to 10 N. 12th St. 
with no hold.


I then read Alyssa the BMV 2255 form and 
asked Alyssa would consent to chemical 
testing in which Alyssa stated that she 
would consent to chemical testing and 
signed the BMV 2255 form. I observed 
Alyssa when I first made contact with her 
and 20 minutes had passed since her arrest 
which qualified for the 20 minute 
observation period. I then preformed a 
breath test of Alyssa and Alyssa blew a 
0.158 BAC into the intoxilyzer 8000. Alyssa 
also gave a urine sample which was 
collected by D.O. Wheeler.


Alyssa was then given a recognizance bond 
of $1,000 for OVI (SFST) 4511.19(A)(1)(a) 
and OVI (LESS THAN .17) 4511 .19(A)(1)
(d) in which Alyssa signed. Alyssa was 
advised of her license suspension and was 
placed under administrative license 
suspension and her driver's license was 
seized. I issued a traffic citation to Alyssa 
for both OVI offenses and for traffic control 
devices ORC 4511.12. Alyssa was given 
copies of the BMV 2255 form, the citation, 
the recognizance bond, and a copy of her 
breath results.



Alyssa is scheduled to appear on 
07/26/2018 at 9:00am at MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. Once Alyssa 
received her copies of paper work she was 
released to a valid and sober driver.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007138
Traffic
235 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672


Arrested: William  Lough
12387 Bon Air Ave NE, Alliance Ohio 44601

OVI 4511.19A1A
Left of Center 4511.25




On 07/22/2018, I observed a vehicle 
traveling with out headlights and tail lights.


Redfern 504



On 07/21/2018, I was traveling westbound 
on East Ohio Avenue in the area of North 
13th Street When I observed a Silver 
Volkswagen with no headlights or tail lights 
on, traveling North on North 13th Street fail 
to complete a stop at the intersection prior 
to turning to start to travel Westbound on 
Ohio. While the Volkswagen was in front of 
me I observed the vehicle make an 
extremely wide turn nearly hitting the curb 
on the northside of the road. The vehicle 
quickly attempted to overcompensate and 
subsequently went into the adjacent lane of 
oncoming traffic at which point I decided to 
conduct a traffic stop.


I then made contact with the restrained 
driver of the vehicle whom was identified as 
William Lough of Alliance. William advised 
me that he was coming from his girlfriend's 
residence in Beloit. William had an 
overwhelming odor of alcohol coming from 
the vehicle. William's sclera's were glassy 
and bloodshot. William was stumbling over 
his words and advised that he forgat to turn 
on his headlights because he could not 
figure out how to turn them on. I asked 
William if he was drinking anything tonight 
and he advised,that he was at his friends 
drinking prior. I asked William if he felt okay 
to drive and he advised that he did. I asked 
William if he would pass field sobriety 
testing if I asked him to perform such tests 
and William advised that he could. I then 
asked William to get out of the car and, 
William complied, but was very unsteady 
and needed to hold on to the vehicle to 
maintain balance. I had William stand in the 
parking lot of the Fire Department, so he 
could perform the tests.


I asked William if he had any medical or 
physical conditions that would inhibit him 
from taking the tests in which William stated 
that his ankle was bothering him. I had 
William stand straight up with his arms to 
his side and his feet together and held my 
finger in front of his face as a stimulus and I 
checked William's eyes for equal pupil size, 
equal tracking, and a resting nystagmus. 
Both of William's pupils were of equal size, 
both of William's eyes tacked equally, and 
William did not have a resting nystagmus. I 
then began to explain the instructions for 
the first test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus and had William stand straight 
up with his arms to his side and his feet 
together.


Once I explained the instructions I asked 
William if he under stood in which William 
stated that he did understand and advised 
that he has done this test several of times. 
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 William stand straight up with his arms 
to his side and his right foot in front of her 
left foot and before I could start the 
instructions he began to walk and was told 
to stay in the position and listen to the 
instructions. Once the instructions were 
explained I asked if William understood in 
which William stated the he did understand. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following William walked hYo normal not hill 
to toe steps and said he could not do that 
test as he nearly fell.


The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed William to stand straight up with 
his arms to his side and his feet together 
and not to move until I told him to. Once the 
instructions were explained I asked William 
if he understood in which William stated that 
he did understand and to be noted William 
was instructed not to put his foot down. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues:

Swayed while balancing, used arms to 
balance, and William put his foot down 3 
times and kept it down stating that he could 
not finish which ended the test.


Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed William under arrest for 
suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while 
under the influence of alcohol or drug of 
abuse. I placed William in hand restraints 
and placed William in the rear of unit #301 
and I read William his Miranda rights. I 
advised William that I had a few more tests 
that I needed him to complete back at 
station. William advised "I will blow way 
over the legal limit". I requested dispatch to 
send another unit to secure the vehicle with 
Spingers towing while I came to station for 
chemical testing. Ptl. Marchionda arrived on 
location and stood by. 


The vehicle was towed to 10 N. 12th St. 
with no hold.


I arrived back at station and instructed 
William into the booking room, I then read 
William the BMV 2255 form and asked 
William if he would consent to chemical 
testing in which William stated that he 
would consent to chemical testing and 
signed the BMV 2255 form. I observed 
William when I first made contact with him 
and 20 minutes had passed since his arrest 
which qualified for the 20 minute 
observation period. Ptl. Scott then 
preformed a breath test of William, which 
advised that the test was invalid. I then set 
up the machine for another test and during 
the first blow of air William kept stopping 
during the test and would not give one long 
complete blow, Finally William was able to 
give enough air for one reading which 
registered at a .302 g/210L being nearly 
four (4) times over the legal limit.


During the second blow William continued 
to give short breaths and the second 
reading was a .275g/210L+ Due to William's 
deliberate short breaths the machine did not 
register a correct BAC. William was advised 
that he needed to provide a urine sample to 
avoid being charged with an OVI Refusal. 
Urine was collected and placed in a secure 
box and placed into the refrigerator in a lock 
box.


William was then given a recognizance 
bond of $1,000 for OVI (SFST) 4511.19 (A)
(1)(a) and was advised that when the urine 
results came back he would then be placed 
under an ALS suspension. I issued a traffic 
citation to William for both OVI, and for left 
of center William was given copies of the 
BMV 2255 form, the citation, the 
recognizance bond.


William is scheduled to appear on 
07/26/2018 at 9:00am at MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. Once 
William received his copies of paper work 
he was released to a valid and sober driver.


Ptl. Redfern #504
07/22/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007127 
DATE. 07/20/2018 16:57:00


On 07/20/2018, I was met on station by 
Carol Moore whom had fake mbney in her 
possession.


Redfern



On 07/20/2018, 1 was met on station by 
Carol Moore whom had fake money in her 
possession. I spoke with Carol whom 
advised that her friend Robert Chapin owes 
her roughly $1 3,000. Carol advised that 
Robert came by yesterday and brought her 
$200.00 Carol advised that she attempted 
to take the money to several stores and 
they advised her it was fake and at which 
point she brought it to the police station. 
Carol advised that she wishes not to pursue 
charges at this time, Incident will be closed.



Reporting Officer , Chad Redfern, Jr.




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007133 
DATE 07/21/2018 04:30:00


On 07/21/2018 I Ptl, Scott responded to 335 
E. Vermont Ave. for a domestic dispute.

Ptl. Scott #506



Upon arrival observed no individuals in the 
front yard and observed a vehicle leave the 
residence and attempted to follow the 
vehicle thinking it was the suspect but came 
back to the residence to make sure the 
victim was okay. 


I then met with a female identified as 
Adrianne Binkley who stated her and her 
boyfriend got info a verbal argument and 
then her boyfriend left for work.


Adrianne then stated a previous event 
occurred when her boyfriend chocked her 
and she stated that she did not pursue 
charges and does not know if she ever will. 
Adrianne then stated that her boyfriend 
threatened to kill her tonight but Adrianne 
refused to pursue charges.


I was able to identify the boyfriend as Gary 
widlow and I then obtained a statement 
from Adrianne and then deared the scene.



Ptl. Scott 506
07/21/2018



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Thursday, July 26, 2018
09:23 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007136
CRIMINAL
335 E Vermont Ave. Sebring OH 

Arrested: Gary Wadlow II
Assault M1
Vandalism F5
Attempt Assault on Peace Officer F5
Domestic Violence M1
Disorderly Conduct M4

ARREST DATE 7/21/2018



On 07/21/2018, I was dispatched along with 
Ptl. Brindack to the 300 block of East 
Vermont Avenue in reference to a Domestic 
in progress.

Redfern 504



On 07/21/2018, I was dispatched along with 
Ptl. Brindack to the 300 block of East 
Vermont Avenue in reference to a Domestic 
in progress. I arrived on location with Ptl. 
Brindack and we made contact with the 
victim Adrianne Binkley whom advised that 
she was assaulted by her boyfriend Gary 
Woodlow. Adrianne advised that she and 
Gary reside in the same residence and they 
share two children together. Adrianne 
advised that they have been arguing all day 
about infidelities. 

Adrianne advised that there was an incident 
last week that she did not want to pursue 
charges in, and the police were called to the 
residence this morning. Adrianne advised 
that just prior to her call this time she was 
hit in the back and slammed aiainst the car. 
Adrianne did have obvious redness to her 
face. Adrianne advised that this time she 
wishes to pursue charges. Adrianne was 
given a statement form and a Domestic 
Violence Complaint. Adrianne filled out all 
of the necessary paperwork. Adrianne was 
instructed to follow up and sign charges at 
court on Monday morning.


I went to the back yard where Ptl. Brindack 
was talking with Gary. From my time of 
observation Gary was aggressive and 
hostile towards officers. 1 walked over to 
Ptl. Brindack and Gary, and Gary started 
yelling. I advised Gary that he will be given 
the opportunity to post a bond if he is 
cooperative. Gary advised officers that he 
was been charged three times in the past 
with Domestic Violence, but always 
convicted of a lesser offense. Gary started 
yelling obscenities from the back yard 
calling Adrianne a "Fat Bitch" several times. 
Gary was advised that he needed to stop 
yelling he was disrupting the neighbors. 
Gary jumped down off of the porch and 
towards officers and put his hands behind 
his back. Gary was placed under arrest. 
Gary then started screaming and 
threatening officers. Gary advised that he 
was going to break loose of the hand cuffs 
and "show you guys a good time" Gary was 
subsequently taken to the cruiser.



Gary was then transported back to the 
department. While Gary was outside of the 
department coming in, Gary started yelling 
obscenities to the Police Department's 
neighbors who were playing corn hole. Gary 
was taken into the booking room where 
Gary was photographed while paperwork 
was being drawn up. Gary started to kick 
the desk in the squad room and at that point 
in time it was determined that Gary would 
be place in leg shackles for his protection 
and further protection of Village Property. 


While officers were attempting to place leg 
restraints on to Gary, Gary attempted to kick 
Ptl. Brindack in the face, at which point 
Gary was then assisted to ground from the 
chair to further prevent injury to both Gary 
and officers. Gary was then taken to the the 
awaiting cruiser and transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail on charges of 
Vandalism F5, Attempted Assault on an 
Officer F5, Domestic Violence M1, Assault 
M1, and Disorderly Conduct M4. Gary was 
given a total bond of $9,250 with a court 
appearance of 07/26/2018.


Redfern 504



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On 07/21/18 I responded to a domestic 
violence at 335 E Vermont ave. Upon arrival 
myself and Ptl. Redfern spoke with 
Adrianne Binkley who advised that Gary 
Wadlow the father of her children had hit 
her and slammed her against her vehicle 
and later attempted to throw a chair at her. 
Adrianne advised she wanted to press 
charges this time as this needed to stop. 
While Ptl. Redfern continued speaking with 
Adrianne and was filling out a domestic 
violence packet I went to the rear of the 
house and spoke with Gary who said he 
just wanted to leave and had been trying to 
leave all day which is
why this fight occurred. As I spoke with 
Gary Ptl. Redfern came outback and 
advised Gary he was under arrest for 
domestic violence and I placed him in 
handcuffs which were gaped and locked. 


At this point Gary became hostile and 
started to threaten officers saying he was 
going to break free of his handcuffs and 
show us. Gary was placed in patrol car 
303# and was transported back to our 
station. When we arrived at our station and 
Gary was exiting the cruiser he began to 
scream at neighbor of the police 
department who were having a house party. 
Gary was told to quit yelling and was taken 
to our squad room. While in the squad room 
I photographed Gary as PtC. Redfern was 
doing paperwork for jail. While in the squad 
room Gary became increasingly angry until 
the point he stood up and kicked the desk. I 
placed Gary back in his chair and asked Ptl. 
Redfern for assistance.


Ptl. Redfern held Gary in his chair while I 
retrieved Leg shackles to place on Gary to 
prevent him from further damaging Village 
property. As I attempted to shackle Gary's 
feet he began to resist and attempted to 
kick me. Ptl. Redfern placed Gary on the 
ground and I was able to place leg shackles 
on Gary which were gaped and locked, with 
out further incident. Gary was then assisted 
to his feet and placed back in his chair. At 
this time it was determined that Gary was 
be transported to the jail and the jail 
paperwork would be faxed to the jail so 
there would net be further incident. 


Gary was placed in patrol car #303 and was 
transported to Mahoning County jail. During 
transportation to the jail Gary continued to 
be hostile saying "when I get out I'll show 
that bitch domestic violence" and he told me 
he hopes he finds me "out of uniform". 


When we arrived at the jail Gary continued 
his hostility and argued and swore at 
deputies. After being placed in a cell Gary 
began to scream "faggots" and punching 
the walls. when advised I was no longer 
needed I cleared the jail and returned to the 
village.



Ptl. Brindack 507
07/21/18



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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
11:58 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
CASE #18007125
545 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672


Arrested: Amanda Taveras
216 Heacock Rd. Sebring, Oh 44672
Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25


Arrested: Jon Steed 
545 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672
Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25


Arrested: Jessica Yaggi
756 N. 15th St., Sebring, Oh



On 07/20/2018 I Ptl, Scott and Ptl. 
Marchionda were dispatched to 545,W. 
Ohio Ave. for a male that had been 
assaulted with a blunt object by a neighbor.


Ptl. Scott #506



I Ptl. Scott was the first one on scene and 
upon my arrival I observed a group of 
people outside in front of the residence two 
individuals on the front porch and two more 
in the front yard. I talked to a male that was 
in the front yard identified as Jon Steed 
which appeared to be under the influence 
and Jon stated that he had came home and 
his girlfriend saw a message on his phone 
and attacked him and Jon grabbed her and 
took her to the ground to run away. Jon 
stated that when he came outside his girl 
friend had followed him and the neighbor 
which was identified as Jessica Yaggi came 
over with a gardening rake and began to 
chase Jon and Amanda took the rake and 
began to swing it and hesitated which is 
when Jessica took it, and swung for her 
hiting Jon in the back of the head.


I then asked for Sebring 1st Responders to 
come to the scene to assess Jon for his 
minor injuries which were small scratches 
on the back and side of his neck which he 
later refused medical treatment. I then 
spoke to Jon's girlfriend who was identified 
as Amanda Taveras and Amanda stated 
that when Jon came home she saw a 
message on his phone from another girl 
and she threw the phone at him and pushed 
Jon in the face with an open palm. Amanda 
then stated that Jon took her to the ground 
and began to choke her. Amanda then 
stated that when they went outside Jon had 
gotten on top of her and began to, beat her 
by punching her.


I then spoke to two witnesses at the scene, 
the first was identified as Cassandra 
Edwards who stated when she came out 
side she saw Amanda and Jessica come 
around the corner yelling at Jon and 
Amanda allegedly yelled " We are going to 
fight or I'm calling the cops". Cassandra 
continued stating that Jon then went to the 
steps by the sidewalk and sat down when 
Amanda picked up an object later found to 
be a garden rake and swung it at Jon hitting 
him in the shoulder. Cassandra stated that 
Jessica then took the rake and swung it 
hitting Jon the back of his head and neck 
area and Jessica then ran away going 
inside her home on 540 1/2 Oregon Ave.


The second witness identified as Karli 
Wilson stated that she heard yelling out 
side and she then went outside and 
watched as Amanda stated "Either call the 
cops or you're getting your ass beat". Karli 
then stated that Amanda picked up the rake 
and when she was about to swing the rake 
Jessica took it from her and swung it at Jon 
hitting him in the shoulder and then running 
off.


Once I interviewed the individuals I then 
detained Amanda while Jon was being 
assessed by medical personal. I then 
walked behind the residence into the alley 
where 540 1/2 Oregon Ave. to attempt to 
make contact with Jessica which was 
unsuccessful. I then contacted the home 
owner which drove to the residence and 
gave officers permission to enter the 
residence. The home owner had a key to 
the front door but the screen door in front of 
the door was locked. The home owner then 
asked if he could break the screen door and 
he was advised that he could do what ever 
he wanted due to it being his property. The 
screen door was then removed and the 
door was unlocked by key and officers 
entered the residence and found Jessica 
laying in between a bed and a closet in her 
mothers room. Jessica was then placed 
under arrest for assault and placed in hand 
restraints and was also read her rights. 
Jessica helped locate the rake and 
confirmed that she had hit Jon with it and 
thrown it when she ran. Jessica was placed 
in the rear of unit #302.


I then placed both Jon and Amanda under 
arrest for domestic violence and read them 
both their rights and placed Jon in hand 
restraints placing Jon in the rear of Smith 
Twp, unit 34. The rake was confiscated and 
taken to the station and was logged as 
property. All three individuals were 
transported to station where they were 
processed, finger printed, and 
photographed. Jon and Amanda had 
photographs taken of their injuries, Amanda 
also refused to give a written statement of 
the event. Jon and Amanda both were 
charged with domestic violence and Jessica 
was charged with assault and all three 
individuals posted bond through Sly Bail 
Bonds agent Christopher Harkovitch.



Jon and Amanda both posted a $2,500.00 
bond for domestic violence and the 
conditions of bond were relayed to them 
prior to being released which they had 
signed along with signing domestic refusals, 
Jessica posted a $1,250.OO bond for 
assault and was released. Jon, Amanda, 
and Jessica were given copies of the 
recognizance form that they had signed and 
Jon and Amanda were given the case 
number along with their victim rights, and 
the domestic violence information sheet, All 
three power of attorneys were obtained and 
copies were made. All three individuals are 
scheduled to appear in MCC#3 on 
07/26/2018 at 9:OOam.




Ptl. Scott #506 
07/20/2018



Upon my arrival, 1 observed Patrolman 
Scott already on scene making contact with 
witnesses, the victim and the alleged 
suspect. I took over interviewing the victim, 
Jon-Michael Steed, while Patrolman Scott 
attempted to locate another suspect who 
had supposedly fled prior to our arrival.

steed appeared to be distraught, angry and 
intoxicated while speaking with him. Steed 
stated he and his girlfriend, Amanda 
Taveras, had gotten into a verbal altercation 
over him talking to another female. Steed 
stated the altercation became physical 
when Tavera started to hit him. In self-
defense, Steed stated he pushed Tavera to 
the ground to prevent her from hiting him. 
Steed then stated he exited the residence 
and observed Taveras retrieve what 
appeared to be a "garden hoe" and attempt 
to swing it at him. Steed stated as he turned 
to avoid being struck, he observed the other 
female involved, Jessica Yaggi, take the 
hoe out of Taveras' hands and hit him ' with 
it although he claimed his back was to both 
of them. Steed was struck on the back of 
his neck as I observed several small cuts 
and minor lacerations which were still 
bleeding. Steed shouted several times he 
wanted to press charges against Taveras 
and Yaggi and uttered his girlfriend Tavera 
was on probation and wanted her charged 
with domestic violence as the two reside 
together.


While speaking to Steed, members of the 
Sebring Fire Department began to arrive on 
scene to assess his injuries. 

Following instructions by Patrolman Scott, I 
made contact with Tavera and advised her 
she was detained pending further 
investigation into the matter. I instructed 
Taveras to stand up, place her hands 
behind her back and subsequently placed 
her in handcuffs which were gapped and 
double locked. I then placed Tavera in the 
back seat of marked unit #301 and 
reiterated to her she was not under arrest at 
this time; that she was only being detained 
until the all the facts could be ascertained. 
While placing her in the back of #301, I 
observed her face to appear puffy and also 
observed marks on her neck.


I then made contact with two witnesses who 
also resided at the residence, Karli Wilson 
and her girlfriend Cassandra Edwards 
(Steed's half-sister). I asked Edwards and 
Wilson if they were willing to provide 
voluntary written statements to which they 
said yes. According to Wilson, she heard 
yelling outside of the residence and 
observed Taveras and Steed in a verbal 
altercation in which Taveras told Steed, "call 
the cops or you're getting your ass beat." 
According to Wilson, Tavera then picked up 
what appeared to be a garden hoe and 
began to swing it at Steed but didn't 
connect because Yaggi ripped it out of her 
hand and struck Steed. Edwards stated she 
witnessed Taveras strike Steed with the hoe 
on his shoulder and then observed Yaggi 
take the hoe out of Taveras' hands and 
struck Steed on the back of his neck. 
According to Edwards'statemnt, Yaggi was 
"in full baseball stants and swings full force 
hitting my brother Jon" (sic). Both Edwards 
and Wilson confirmed Yaggi ran from the 
scene towards the rear of the residence.


Dispatch advised a key holder for 540 1/2 
W Oregon Avenue was en route to the 
location to provide Patrolman Scott and 
Sergeant Davis (who arrived on scene 20 
provide assistance) entry into the residence 
that it was believed Yaggi ran into. Prior to 
the key holder's arrival on scene, I was 
advised by members of Sebring Fire 
Department that Steed had refused medical 
treatment on scene and was signing against 
medical advice. After Steed was released 
from their care, I obtained a voluntary 
written statement from him and asked if he 
wanted to sign a domestic violence 
complaint against Taveras and assault 
charges against Yaggi. Steed had a 
change. of heart and signed a refusal for 
domestic violence but insisted he wanted to 
pursue charges against Yaggi.



A key holder eventually arrived at 540 112 
W Oregon Avenue and gave officers' 
permission to enter the residence in an 
attempt to locate Yaggi. Patrolman Scott 
located Yaggi laying on the floor in one of 
the first floor bedrooms. Patrolman Scott 
and Sergeant Davis asked Yaggi why she 
didn't come to the door when they first 
attempted to make contact to which she 
replied, "I was scared" (sic'). Patrolman 
Scott then advised Yaggi given the injuries 
sustained by Steed and corroborating 
witness statements, she was under arrest 
for assault and placed into handcuffs. I then 
escorted Yaggi from the residence and 
secured her in the back of marked unit 
#302.


The item that resembled a "garden hoe as 
described by the victim and witnesses, was 
eventually located behind 545 W Ohio Ave 
and was discovered to actually be a plastic 
rake with a wooden handle. I then made 
contact with Taveras, who was still detained 
in the rear of #301 and began to ascertain 
her version of what happened. Taveras 
stated she discovered Steed had been 
messaging another female and confronted 
him about it. At one point, Taveras stated 
she threw a cellphone at Steed and struck 
him in the face and engaged in a mutual 
physical altercation which resulted in Steed 
placing his hands around her neck. This 
claim was supported by the marks I 
observed on her neck.


Taveras stated Steed also attempted to 
strike her in the face several times and that 
she put her hands up in front of her face to 
block the strikes. Taveras stated she did not 
wish lo pursue domestic violence charges 
against Steed since he wasn't pursuing 
charges against her. I took photographs of 
Taveras' face and neck which were later 
uploaded to the case file at the Sebring 
Police Department.


Patrolman Scott and I then made contact 
with Steed and to review his statement.  
According to Steed, Taveras saw messages 
on his phone from another female and 
began to punch and scratch him. Steed 
stated he pushed her to the ground and ran 
down the steps and stated as he did so, 
Yaggi arrived at the residence. Steed stated 
Taveras ran through the with a "garden hoe" 
(sic) and she and Yaggi hit him with it in the 
back of his left side of his neck, knocking 
him down the steps in the front yard. Steed 
admitted he was not facing Yaggi and 
Tavera when he was struck but was sure 
both of them struck him as he saw Taveras 
begin to swing and Yaggi grabbing it out of 
her hands.



After observing both parties' injuries and 
given their statements that assault was 
mutual, Steed was placed under arrest for 
domestic violence and Taveras was advised 
she was also under arrest for the same 
charge. Steed and Taveras were advised of 
the Miranda Rights on scene prior to being 
transported back to the station. Steed was 
placed in the rear of marked Smith 
Township unit #34 and transported to the 
Sebring Police Department by Sergeant 
Davis. Taveras was transported from the 
scene in marked unit #301 by Patrolman 
Scott while I transported both Yaggi and the 
rake in marked unit #302.


Upon arriving at the station, Yaggi and 
Taveras were placed in the squad room, 
handcuffs removed and immediately began 
processing. Steed was kept separated from 
both parties and placed in a separate office 
where he remained handcuffed. Yaggi was 
re-advised her Miranda Rights and I asked 
her if she was willing to waive them to 
provide a written statement to which she 
stated no. I then re-advised Taveras her 
Miranda Rights and asked her if she was 
willing to waive them to provide a written 
statement to which she stated yes. Taveras 
voluntarily signed a Miranda Rights waiver 
and began to provide a statement but then 
stopped. During processing, Yaggi made 
several utterances that she struck Steed in 
the back of the neck with the rake because 
of what he had done to Taveras. Yaggi also 
stated Steed choked Taveras out to the 
point where she lost conscious and began 
to punch and kick her; information that was 
not originally ascertained at any point by 
any party on scene.


After Yaggi and Taveras were 
photographed, fingerprinted and processed, 
both parties posted cash bond through Sly 
Bail Bonds. Yaggi was released on a 10% 
cash bond af $1,250.00 and Taveras was 
released on a 10% cash bond of $2,500. 
Both parties signed their recognizance 
papetwork and advised of their mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 0900 for 
ORC 2903.13 Assault M-1 (Yaggi) and 
ORC 2919.25 Domestic Violence M-1 
(Taveras). Taveras was also provided a 
copy of a domestic violence victim 
information sheet.


Following the release of Taveras and Yaggi 
accompanied by the third party who posted 
their bond, Steed was brought into the 
squad room to be processed, photographed 
and fingerprinted. Steed was released on a 
10% cash bond of $2,500 through Sly Bail 
Bonds and advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, July 26,2018 at 0900 for 
ORC 2919.25 Domestic Violence M-1 . 
Steed was provided his signed copy of his 
recognizance paperwork in addition to a 
copy of a domestic violence victim 
information sheet. Steed was released from 
the station accompanied by his half-sister. 
The rake was photographed, tagged and 
secured on station as evidence. Prior to 
their release, it was reiterated to Steed and 
Taveras the conditions of their bond and 
that they could not have any contact with 
one another.



Ptl D, Marchionda #508

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Sunday, July 22, 2018
09:22 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18002053
Criminal
Grand Theft of Motor Vehicle F-4 (Warrant 
18CRA42)


Arrested: Karlie Hale
3183 Maple Ridge Dr. Williard, OH 44890



On 02/13/2018 I took a theft of motor 
vehicle complaint.


PTL. Bondoni #572


On 02/13/2018 at approx. 0039hrs Sebring 
Dispatch received a call from Jessica Yaggi 
advising that her car had been stolen, from 
540 1/2 W. Oregon Ave. Upan arrival I was 
met by Jessica Yaggi who showed me a 
screenshot of a conversation her roommate 
Katrina Rudiak (D.O.B. 1982) sent her that 
was a conversation between Ms. Rudiak 
and a woman named Shawna (later 
identified as Shawna Blake) where a 
woman named "Karlie' who was using Ms. 
Blake's facebook messenger admitted that 
she stole a vehicle. Ms. Yaggi's keys which 
should have been hanging up near the door 
were missing. The vehicle is a 2003 maroon 
Buick Century.


Ms. Yaggi stated that Karlie was a friend of 
Ms.Rudiak's from Youngstown, which Ms. 
Rudiak's from. Ms. Yaggi made several 
attempts to contact Ms. Rudiak, who did not 
answer her phone. I successfully made 
contact with Shawna Blake who 
immediately knew why I was calling her, but 
claimed to not knowing anything about what 
happened. Ms. Blake agreed to come into 
the police department for an interview. 
Upon arrival she admitted that she was with 
Karlie but only knew her as "K"  through 
mutual friends and claims to not know her 
last name or where she lives. 

Smith Twp, was also requested to check the 
area of Heabck Rd. where Ms. Blake 
resides for the vehicle. Ms. Blake also 
showed me the full facebook messenger 
thread. Ms. Blake speech was also difficult 
to understand and at times it almost 
seemed like she wasn't understanding what 
I was saying.


A Vehicle Theft Report was filled out and 
sent to LEAD'S, Ms. Yaggi was advised 
make a list of things that were in the vehicle 
and come in that morning to fill out a written 
statement. An investigation is currently 
pending.


PTL. Bondoni #512


On 2/13/18 at 0616 hours the Portage 
County Sheriffs Office advised that they had 
located the vehicle at 711 State Highway 
183 in Atwater. Springer's Towing was 
contacted and they towed the vehicle back 
for processing.



On 02/13/2018, 1 received a case from 
Chief Harris in reference to a stolen vehicle. 
I was advised that the vehicle belonged to 
Jessica Yaggi, and it was stolen last night 
and recovered this morning from 711 SR 
183 in Atwater.

Chief Harris and I went to Springers and 
processed the vehicle. We were unable to 
find any prints on the vehicle. We did 
however obtain a water bottte from the 
vehicle that was taken to sent to the lab for 
DNA.

I went to the victims residence on West 
Oregon Avenue and spoke with the victim 
Jessica Yaggi. Jessica advised that she 
was in bed last night and her roommate 
Katrina Rudiak were at their residence. 
Katrina's friend Karlie Hale came over, and 
when she left she stole her car.

I spoke to Katrina Rudiak who advised that 
her frined Karlie Hale came over last night 
to talk about some relationship problems 
that she was having. Katrina advised that 
they hung out in the basement and when 
Karlie went to leave she did not follow her 
up from the basement she let herself out. 

Katrina advised that she got a message 
from Karlie later on stating that she needed 
help she stole a vehicle. Katrina didn't think 
much of it, and then she went to check if 
her roommate Jessica's vehicle was at the 
house and it was gone. 

Statement was obtained.

I then went to speak with Shawna Blake 
who advised that last night Karlie Hale met 
her at circle K and when they were in the 
store she asked if she could borrow her 
phone to message Katrina.

Shawna complied and allowed her to use 
the phone. Statement was obtained.


On 02/13/2018, I Spoke with Prosecuting 
attorney Theresa Tolson who authorized a 
Felony 4 warrant , for brand theft of a motor 
vehicle on Karlie Hale. 

Redfern 504




OR 2/27/18, Jessica came into the station 
and filled out a statement advising that she 
got the car back and how she got the keys. 
She did not sign the stolen vehicle report. 
Case will be closed with warrant issued.


Redfern 504

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On 7/16/2018, Stark County Jail contacted 
dispatch reference the holder that was 
placed on Karlie R. Hale for our felony 
warrant on her. Dispatch confirmed the 
warrant and I had Ptl. Rober go to the jail 
and place Karlie in custody for warrant 
18CRA42 Grand Theft of Motor Vehicle 
2913.02A1 F-4. Once in custody, Karlie was 
transported back to headquarters where 
she was processed and transported to 
Mahoning County Jail with a court date at 
MCC #3 on 7/39/2018 at 0900 hours. 
Karlie's DNA was already on file per the 
CCH so therefore it was not collected.


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007321 
DATE: 07/18/2018 22:27:00


On 07/18/18 While on patrol I observed a 
disabled vehicle at the comer of Ohio Ave 
and Johnson Rd.


Ptl. Brindack 507



I made contact with the driver and 
passenger of the above mentioned vehicle. 
The driver was identified as Mary Lavoie. 
The passenger was identified as Anthony 
Dean Gillman and dispatch advised he had 
a warrant out Richland County for failure to 
appear. I asked dispatch if it was in the pick 
up radius and if Richland wanted him. 
Dispatch made contact With Richland 
County Sheriffs Office and they advised he 
was out of pick up radius and they did not 
want him. 

I advised Anthony of his warrant and 
advised him to get it taken care of, Anthony 
advised Re would.

He made contact with a friend Chris 
Tewksbury senior and Chris told him he had 
a gas can with gas he could use, I provided 
a courtesy transport for Anthony to retrieve 
the gas as Mary stayed with the vehicle 
which was now off the roadway. Anthony 
retrieved the gas I gave him a ride back to 
the vehicle and cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507 
07/18/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006089
Criminal
Littering/Deposit Trash (MM)
1021 W State St Alliance OH 44601


Arrested: Roberta Maffei 
3080 Ridehilt Ave Alliance OH 44601



On 06/15/2018, It was brought to my 
attention that there was a property on the 
100 block of east Oregon Avenue that was 
in violation of SCO 521.08.

Redfern 504


I went by the property in the past and saw 
that there were several violations. A 
warning letter was typed up and affixed to 
the window of the business. I then went to 
several businesses in Alliance and spoke 
with the owner of the property whom was 
identified as Roberta Moffei. I advised her 
that she was in violation for quite sometime 
and she needed to rectify the problem with 
in the allotted five (5) days which would be 
on 06/20/2018.

Roberta advised that she would need more 
time than that. I advised Roberta that she 
would need to show steady improvement to 
possibly avoid criminal charges, Roberta 
advised that she understood. I then cleared, 
Case will be left pending to see if Roberta 
complies.


Redfern 504



On 06/19/18 This case was turned over to 
me and I will be following up with it.

Ptl. Brindack 507



This case was given to me on 06/19/18. Ptl. 
Redfern issued the trash warning letter to 
Roberta giving her 5 days to clean up or at 
least show progress cleaning up the rubbish 
at 126 E Oregon Ave. on 06/15/18. It is now 
07/33/18 28 days later. 

I have given Roberta almost 6 times the 
allotted time to begin cleaning up the 
rubbish considering there is so much of it. 
Roberta however has shown no effort to 
comply. 

This being the case a State complaint was 
done requesting a summons for Roberta 
with a court date of 07/26/18 at 0900hrs.

Upon the summons being returned Roberta 
will be served.


07/13/18



On 07/17/18 Roberta Moffei was served 
with her summons and advised of he court 
date 07/26/18. I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507

07/17/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007110 
DATE: 07/76/2018 06:31:00



Officer dispatched to the foot ball stadium 
for a criminal damaging report.


On Monday, July 16, 2018 this officer was 
dispatched and responded to the High 
school football stadium for a criminal 
damaging report. 

Upon arrival I spoke with Mr. David Yaggi 
that stated he has been on vacation for the 
last two weeks and just returned on this 
date to find the first right door to be kicked 
when first walking in to the stadium. I 
observed there to be minor damage to the 
door. 

I photographed the damage at this time. 
Nothing was reported missing at this time.



Ptl. Racheal Russell #510



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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
04:22 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007109 
DATE: 07/15/2018 20:17:00


On 7/15/2018. I spoke with a male on 
station reference a disturbance.



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/15/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007307
DATE: 07/15/2018 13:07:00




On 7/15/2018 I was dispatched to the 
parking lot behind The Concern for a 
domestic.


Upon arrival I made contact with David 
Yaratch, 207 W. Ohio Ave. Sebring. David 
advised he was arguing with his girlfriend 
later identified as Chandler Nicole 
McKinney, 228 W. Maryland Ave. , Sebring. 
David also advised that there was no 
physical altercation. David then advised he 
and Chandler were moving to Alliance 
today and they were just stressed out.

Ptl. McDaniel arrived on scene and spoke 
ta Chandler who also advised there 'was no 
physical altercation. Both units stood by 
while David picked up trash he had thrown 
onto ihe ground during the argument. Once 
the trash was cleaned up and it was 
determined neither party showed signs of a 
physical altercation both units deared 
without incident.



Ptl. Kelm #SO5
7/15/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 78-007106 
DATE: 07/15/2018 00:06:00


On Sunday, July 15, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda was dispatched to 845 W 
California Ave reference a report of a 
disturbance from a concerned citizen.


Upon my arrival at the residence, dispatch 
advised Sergeant Davis from Smith 
Township Police Department would be en 
route to the location as it was determined 
the residence fell under his jurisdiction. Until 
Sergeant Davis arrived, I remained on 
scene to at least make initial contact and 
determine whether or not a disturbance had 
occurred. During my arrival, I did not 
witness or hear a disturbance taking place. I 
then made contact with the resident, Tonya 
Neville-Welling, who advised me her family 
and friends were having a bonfire. I advised 
Tonya a complaint'had been made 
regarding the noise and the fire.

Sergeant Davis arrived on scene at this 
time and I briefed him on the call up until his 
arrival. I remained on scene while Sergeant 
Davis made contact with Tonya and her 
husband, Brandon Welling, as well as their 
son Skylar. Two other males were at the 
location as well who provided their 
identification without issue. While Sergeant 
Davis was explaining the complaint and the 
legalities of having a fire, Brandon became 
agitated and disorderly. It was then 
discovered that Tonya and Brahdon were 
actually involved in a verbal altercation prior 
to our arrival that was loud enough to draw 
the attention of a neighbor who phoned the 
complaint in.

Brandon ceased being uncooperative and 
disorderly after being warned by Sergeant 
Davis and all parties were advised to keep 
the noise to a minimum, Tonya was advised 
by Sergeant Davis to abstain from getting 
into any type of altercation with Brandon for 
the remainder of the night. 

Both officers cleared the scene without 
incident.




Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.15.207



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-0071 04 
DATE: 07/14/2018 19:48:00




On 07/14/2018, Units were dispatched to 
Heritage Oaks Banquet Center in reference 
to a walk through.



Redfern 504



On 07/14/2018, Units were dispatched to 
Heritage Oaks Banquet Center in reference 
to a walk through. Dispatch advised that the 
owner of the establishment called in 
advising that there was an intoxicated male 
whom was causing a disturbance. 

Units arrived on location and spoke with the 
wedding party and observed no disturbance 
, units then cleared.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Traffic 
Case # 18007103
N Johnson Rd / W Oregon Ave, Sebring, 
Oh 44672
Driver License - Expired (4 Months)


Arrested: Robert Belew Jr. 
445 Linwood Dr, Alliance, OH 44601 



On Saturday, July 14,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 at the 
corner of N Johnson Rd and W Ohio Ave. A 
silver vehicle approached the intersection 
from the east and failed to come to a 
complete stop at the posted stop sign on W 
Ohio Aue at N Johnson Rd. As the vehicle 
continued through the intersection and 
turned south on N Johnson Rd, I could hear 
the exhaust emitting excessive noise. I then 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
silver Chevrolet 4-door sedan bearing Ohio 
registration EOY6407, came to a complete 
stop on N Johnson Rd at W Oregon Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Robert Belew, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop, I then requested Belew to provide 
his driver's license and proof of insurance. 
Belew advised his driver's license was in his 
backpack located in the backseat of the 
vehicle. For officer safety, I instructed Belew 
to not reach in the back seat and to provide 
me with his full name, date of birth and last 
four digits of his social security number. 
Belew was also able to provide valid proof 
of insurance. 

After relaying Belew's information through 
dispatch, I was informed Belew's drivers 
license had expired on Tuesday, July 
10,2018.


Belew was issued citation #031240 for 
Village Ordinance 335.01 Driver License - 
Expired (<6 Months) and given a verbal 
warning for the stop violation as well as the 
loud exhaust. Belew was advised of his 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, July 26,2018 at 0900.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.14.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Criminal
Case # 18007100
Drug Paraphernalia
N. Johnson Rd./ Courtney Rd.



Arrested: Amanda Bandy
153 Grimm Heights Ave., Struthers, Oh



On 07/13/2018  Ptl. Scott and Pfl. Hughey 
initiated a traffic stop which resulted in the 
arrest of the passenger of the vehicle for 
drug paraphernalia.

Ptl. Scott #506
07/14/2018


Ptl. Hughey and I were traveling east on 
Courtney Rd when I observed a vehicle 
traveling on the same road in the opposite 
direction that appeared to be traveling 
higher than the posted speed limit which is 
35mph. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 50mph while in the posted 
35mph zone. The vehicle then pased my 
cruiser and Ptl. Hughey ,which was driving, 
activated the emergency overhead lights 
and preformed a U-turn and was able to 
stop the vehicle on N. Johnson Rd. just 
south of Courtney Rd. The vehicle was a 
grey 2002 ford station wagon
bearing an Ohio license plate (HIZ4747).

I then approached the vehicle and identified 
the driver as Ian Williams and while talking 
to Ian I noticed a pipe laying on the floor 
board by his feet. I asked Ian to exit the 
vehicle which Ian did. I then asked if the 
pipe contained marijuana residue in which 
Ian stated that it did. 

I then informed dispatch that Ptl. Hughey 
and I would be conducting a probable 
cause search of the vehicle. 

I then asked the passenger which was 
identified as Amanda Bandy to exit the 
vehicle in which she did. Amanda acted 
nervous once she exited the passenger 
seat of the vehicle. I had both individuals 
step to the rear of the vehicle and both were 
patted down for officer safety, I patted Ian 
down and Ptl. Hughey patted Amanda 
down. Ian was placed in the rear of unit 
#301 and Amanda was placed in the rear of 
unit 302 while officers conducted a search 
of the vehicle.


Upon searching the vehicle I found two 
bags which belonged to Amanda, Amanda 
was asked by Ptl. Hughey if officers were 
allowed to search her bags in which 
Amanda gave verbal consent for officers to 
do so. While Ptl. Hughey searched 
Amanda's bags I continued to search the 
vehicle and while searching the rear of the 
passenger seat in a pocket connected to 
the rear of the passenger seat where 
Amanda was sitting I found a small brown 
bag which contained a glass bulb pipe with 
burnt residue inside of it. 

Ptl. Hughey also located 2 more glass pipes 
from Amanda's baggage that had small 
amounts of a white powder substance and 
some burn marks containing a brown 
powder substance.


I asked Ian if he had any knowledge of the 
contraband in which Ian denied and stated 
that the pipes were used for "Smoking Ice" 
and stated that the pipes belonged to 
Amanda. Ian was asked to be more specific 
in which Ian replied " Crystal Meth". 

The pipes along with the pills were 
confiscated and bagged separate to avoid 
cross contamination. Since two of the glass 
pipes were found in Amanda's baggage 
along with small empty plastic baggies it 
was determined that the pipe in the rear 
pocket of the passenger seat belonged to 
Amanda and it also being in Amanda's 
immediate area.


I then placed Amanda under arrest for drug 
paraphernalia 2925.14 M4 and read 
Amanda her rights at 12:03am and placed 
Amanda in hand restraints and placed her 
In the rear of marked unit #301 and 
released Ian. Ian was given a citation for 
speed SCO 333.03, and SCO 513.121 
Marijuana paraphernalia due to admitting 
that the pipe was used to smoke marijuana 
and also finding a digital scale in Ian's 
immediate area. Ian was given a court date 
of 07/19/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required due to not 
having proof of insurance and was 
released.


Amanda was then transported to the station 
where she was processed, finger printed, 
and photographed. Amanda was then given 
an recognizance bond of $500.00 for the 
drug paraphernalia charge and given a 
court date of 07/19/2018 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3. Amanda signed her recognizance 
form and was released. The contraband 
that was confiscated was photographed, 
tagged, bagged, and sealed separate in 
property locker #1. The glass pipes and pill 
capsules will be sent to the lab for testing 
and charges may be filed pending the 
results.



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Traffic / Criminal
Case # 18007098
Speed 50/35
Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia
N. Johnson Rd. / Courtney Rd.



Arrested: Ian Williams
1202 31st St. NW Canton, OH 44709


On 07/13/2018 I Ptl: Scott along with Ptl. 
Hughey initiated a traffic stop which 
resulted in the issuance of a speeding ticket 
along with a marijuana paraphernalia 
charge.

Ptl. Scott #506
07/14/2018


Ptl. Hughey and I were traveling east on 
Courtney Rd. when I observed a vehicle 
traveling on the same road in the opposite 
direction which appeared to be traveling 
higher then the posted speed limit which is 
35mph. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 50mph in the 35mph zone. Once 
the vehicle passed Ptl. Hughey preformed a 
u-turn and initiated a traffic stop on N. 
Johnson Rd. just south of Courtney Rd.

The vehicle was a 2002 grey Ford Station 
wagon bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HIZ4747). I exited my cruiser and 
approached the vehicle and identified the 
driver as Ian Williams and noticed a pipe on 
the floorboard of the vehicle and instructed 
the occupants to exif. Upon performing a 
probable cause search officers found and 
confiscated two items belonging to Ian 
which were a pipe and a digital scale. Ian 
admitted to having marijuana residue in the 
pipe.

Ian was issued a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for marijuana drug 
paraphernalia SCO 513.12 and was given a 
court date of 07/19/2018 at 9:00am for 
MCC#3 with a mandatory appearance 
required due to not having proof of 
insurance.

Once Ian signed both citations he was 
given copies of both and released and 
officers continued their duties relating to the 
passenger of the vehicle for a separate 
offense.



Ptl scott #506 
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007093 
DATE: 07/12/2018 23:62:00


On Thursday, July 12, 2018, Patrolmen 
Scott, Marchionda and Hughey were 
dispatched to the 600 block of W Maryland 
Ave reference a report of suspicious activity.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.13.2018



Upon my arrival in the area, dispatch 
relayed one of the persons involved was a 
male wearing, khaki pants and another was 
a female. I observed a male, wearing a dark 
celored t-shirt, silver basketball shorts and 
sunglasses on his head walking south on N 
20th St towards W Ohio Ave and a female, 
unknown clothing, walking west on W 
Maryland Ave towards the white Pontiac. I 
attempted to stop and make contact with 
the male on N 20th St when he ran into the 
alley in between the 500 block of W Ohio 
and W Maryland Ave. I immediately relayed 
this information to dispatch and the other 
officers responding to the area. While 
pursuing the male on foot, I shouted several 
loud lawful commands multiple times, 
"Stop!" "Police, Stop!" "Stop, Police!" .The 
male failed to comply with all commands 
given.


Smith Township Patrolman Caughey arrived 
on scene to assist as I pursued the male on 
foot around 585 W Maryland Ave. I lost 
sight of the male as he ran back into the 
alley behind the aformentioned address. 
Patrolman Brindack, Scott and Hughey 
arrived on scene to assist in the search of 
the male as well. It was relayed by dispatch 
the white Pontiac fled the area shortly after 
the male initially ran into the area. 

A sweep of the area was conducted in an 
attempt to locate the male and the vehicle 
to no avail. Contact was then made with the 
original complainant who advised they saw 
Ihe white Pontiac park on the street, black 
out and two individuals emerge from the 
vehicle and begin to walk around the area. 
The complainant also stated they heard the 
individuals talking but could not make out 
what was being said nor did they see 
anything beyond that.

I advised the complainant should they see 
anything suspicious going forward to 
immediately contact the SEBRING POLICE 
STORIES and that extra patrols would be 
performed in the area throughout the night.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
07.13.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007072 
DATE: 07/10/2018 08:28:00



On 07/12/2018, A male was located within 
the Village Limits whom was known to have 
several Full Extradition Warrants. Units 
confirmed warrants with dispatch whom 
advised that Edward Mills had two valid 
warrants for a total of four felony charges. 
Units were at with Edward at his mother's 
residence an Oregon Avenue. Male was 
taken into custody and transported back to 
station. A Mahoning County Sheriffs Deputy 
arrived at station and provided transport to 
Mahoning County Jail, incident cleared.



Redfern 504



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Friday, July 13, 2018
10:24 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007057 
Criminal
206 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Oh
Assault 2903.13

Arrested: Robett Rouse 
765 West Oregon Avenue, Sebring Ohio 
44672



On 7/7/18 I was dispatched to the 200 block 
of East Ohio Ave. for a disturbance.


Upon arrival myself and Ptl. Redfern made 
contact with Scott Allen Shields and 
Jasmyne Nichole Kirksey. Scott had a 
visible very bruised and swollen left eye. 
Scott and Jasmyne advised that Scott had 
been punched by Robert Paul Rouse and 
when he punched him it knocked Scott back 
into Jasmyne and it caused both of them to 
fall. Ptl. Redfern then obtained voluntary 
statements from Jasmyne and Scott while I 
went and spoke with Robert and Rachel 
Rouse.


Rachel continuously tried to explain to me 
prior incidents with Scott so I asked Robert 
to only explain what happened today. 
Robert advised that Scott was arguing with 
him and "approached" his mother but did 
not touch her in anyway and Robert could 
not explain why he felt this was threatening 
but non-the-less he said he then hit Scott in 
the face. Robert admitted that he hit Scott 
first without Scott touching him in anyway. 
Robert also said Scott did not hit him back. 
Voluntary statements were obtained from 
Robert and Rachel.


Both units attempted to go inside and speak 
with managers, bartenders, employees, and 
patrons and no one advised they saw 
anything at all and were unable ta provide 
any details about what had happened. 
Management also advised Ptl. Redfern their 
security cameras were down for the night.

Given Scotts injury and Robert admission of 
hitting Scott without Scott so much as laying 
a finger on him Robert was arrested for 
assault 2903.13 M-1, placed in handcuffs 
which were gaped and locked and 
transported back to our police station by me 
in patrol car #303. Robert was processed 
and was able to post his $1250.00 bail 
through Sly bail bonds and given a court 
date of 07/12/18 at 0900hrs.


REPORTING OFFICER: Brindack, Sean 
BADGE NO.: 507 
DATE: 07/07/2018 22:26




I was dispatched to the 200 block of East 
Ohio Avenue in reference to a disturbance. 
I arrived on location with Ptl.  Brindack and 
spoke with Scott Shields and Jasmyne 
Kirksey whom advised that Robert Rouse 
assaulted him. Jasmyne advised that they 
were in the bar and that she noticed Rachel 
Rouse whom was in the bar and Jasmyne 
advised that she went over to Rachel to 
discuss a conflict that they had in the prior 
year. Jasmyne advised that when she was 
over talking to Rachell, Scott Shields came 
over to them and then Rachell's husband 
Robert Rouse punched Scott in the face. 
Jasmyne advised that there was no return 
punch, that Scott just left. Scott advised that 
he wanfed to press charges for assault.


I went and spoke with Rachell and Robert 
whom corroborated Jasmyne's story. Robert 
advised that Scott approached them in an 
aggressive manner and he felt as if Scott 
was going to strike him first so he felt as if 
he needed to protect his wife and mother.


Robert was then placed in custody for M1 
assault. Robert was transported to the 
station and processed. Robert was 
subsequently released on a bond from Sly 
Bail Bonds.  Robert was given a court date 
of 07/12/2018 at 0900.


Redfern 504


REPORTING OFFICER: Brindack, Sean



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007075 
Traffic
600 blk S 12th Street, Sebring, Ohio
Speed 53/35  333.03 SCO


Arrested: Michael Burrier
4914 Knox School rd, Homeworth OH 


On 7/10/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a silver vehicle 
traveling south on S 12th St near E Georgia 
Ave at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my radar unit which confirmed the 
speed to be 53 mph in a clearly posted 35 
mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, bearing Ohio plate GKG2494. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Michael K. Burrier. 
Michael advised he knew he was speeding 
and just wasn't paying attention. 

Michael was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of his court date 
at MCC #3 on 7/19/2018 at 0900 hours.


Sgt. Eberling #503
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007079 
REPORT DATE: 07/11/2018 22:02:00


On this date I took a wallet found by Laura 
Vanpelt in the 300 block of W Virginia ave. 
The wallet belongs to Kristopher Kleinhans 
and according to his Driver license he lives 
in Caldwell Ohio in Noble County. I 
contacted the Noble county sheriffs office 
and they advised they would send a deputy 
to his residence and tell him we have his 
wallet. The wallet was placed in evidence 
and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007049 
REPORT DATE: 07/06/2018 19:20:00


On 07/06/2018, I was requested for mutual 
aid by Smith Twp. Police Dept. I was 
requested to Francis Drive for a Domestic 
Violence where a male subject pulled a 
Female out from a vehicle and began 
assaulting her. 

I arrived on location and was unable to 
locate the female subject. I spoke with 
neighbors whom advised that the parties 
left just prior to my arrival. I then cleared 
without incident.



Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007062 
REPORT DATE: 07/08/2018 01:05


On Sunday July 8, 2018 Patrolman 
Marchionda was dispatched to 336 E. 
Indiana Ave reference a report of loud 
music.


Upon my arrival in the area I parked down 
the street from the residence and 
approached on foot.

As I got close to the residence, I could hear 
music being played at a high volume level 
coming from within the residence in addition 
to voices of the occupants. I identified 
myself and made contact with the resident, 
Brian Tewksbury and advised him of the 
noise complaint. Tewksbury was compliant 
with my lawful instructions for him to turn 
the music down and keep the noise to a 
minimum so as to not disturb the 
neighborhood. I then cleared from the 
residence without incident.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508



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SEBIUNG POLICE DEPARTMENT 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007039 
Traffic 
N 13th St & E Ohio Ave Sebring, Ohio
DUS - Child Support 335.07


Arrested: Kevin McCullough 
655 W Ohio Ave Sebring, OH 44672


On 7/5/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a male operating 
a truck whom I knew to be suspended. I 
had dispatch verify that Kevin R. 
McCullough's driving status was suspended 
to which they confirmed it was for a child 
support suspension. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the truck, bearing 
Ohio plate GXQ5508 on N 13th St near E 
Ohio Ave. Upon approaching the vehicle, I 
made contact with the driver Kevin 
McCullough.

Kevin advised he has been trying to make 
payments to get his license reinstated, 
Kevin was issued a citation for DUS - Child 
Support 335.07 SCO and advised of his 
court date at MCC #3 on 7/12/2018 at 0900 
hours. A valid driver responded to the traffic 
stop location and operated the vehicle from 
the roadway.



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/5/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007047 
traffic
Courtney Rd near N 12th St
speed 48/35 333.0


Arrested: Bonnie Callahan
5250 Narrows Rd Frayzeyburg OH


On 07/06/18 I was parked facing West in 
the shipping and receiving area Famous 
Distribution in the 300 block of Courtney 
Rd. While there 1 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 48mph in a 
clearly posted 35mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle a Black Chevy 
Malibu bearing OH GDG9826 on Courtney 
Rd near N 12th St. 

I made Contact with the driver identified as 
Bonnie J Callahan. Bonnie was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 07/19/18 at 0900hrs with 
a persona1 appearance not required.



Ptl. Brindack 507
07/06/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007038 
traffic
100 bk N 14th st, Sebring OH
Expired Plates (Expired 11/2017)  SCO 
335.10


Arrested: Josiah Laughlin
8399 State Route 7 Rogers, OH


On 7/5/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a truck that had 
an expired registration sticker on the plate. I 
had dispatch run the 0hio plate GTM5754 to 
which they advised it expired on 11/2017. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 
100 block of N 14th St. Upon approaching 
the vehicle. 

I made contact with the driver, Josiah P. 
Laughlin. Josiah advised he did not know it 
was expired and was in the process of 
buying the truck off the registered owner. 
Josiah was issued a citation for Expired 
Plates 335.10 SCO and advised of his court 
date at MCC #3 on 7/12/2018 at 0900 
hours. Josiah was unable to provide valid 
proof of insurance at the time of stop and 
was instructed to provide the court with that 
documentation. Josiah was advised to take 
the truck back to his residence and leave it 
parked until the registration could be 
validated to which he advised he 
understood,



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/5/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007060 
traffic


While patrolling south in marked unit #302 
on N 15th St, I observed a blue Dodge 
Durango bearing Ohio registration 
HDR9777, attempting to turn west onto W 
Ohio Ave from N 15th St. Having prior 
knowledge the registered owner, Ian Welty, 
was under suspension and that there was 
an order from the registrar to confiscate the 
plates, I relayed the plate through dispatch 
to verify such information was still accurate. 
As dispatch confirmed the aforementioned 
information to be accurate, I initiated a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights as thevehicle turned north 
and came to a complete stop on N 16th St 
from W Ohio Ave. 


Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and asked the driver his 
name. When the driver confirmed his 
identity to be Ian Welty, I informed him of 
the reason for the stop. Welty advised me 
he was aware of his suspension status and 
that he had driving privileges granted by 
Columbiana Municipal Court. Welty 
provided me with court documentation 
showing he had driving privileges for work 
as well as privileges for other reasons 
including children activities. The court 
documentation specifically stated Welty 
shall only drive the most direct route to and 
from work as well as other specifict 
locations & without making stops in 
between. Welty stated to me he had 
dropped his children off from a birthday 
party and had decided to stop at Circle K 
before returnihg home, which he admited 
he knew to be a violation of his driving 
privileges.


I advised Welty to remain in the vehicle 
while I verified further information with 
dispatch regarding his suspension and 
driving privileges. Dispatch advised Welty 
was under an In-State Drug Offense 
Suspension with driving privileges in 
addition to a Noncompliance Suspension. 
Dispatch also advised the LEADS return on 
the vehicle stated, "PEACE OFFICER MAY 
CONFISCATE THIS VEHICLE 
REGISTRATION AND LICENSE PLATE ON 
BEHALF OF THE REGISTRAR." 

After verifying the information with dispatch 
I returned to the vehicle and advised Welty 
because he admitted to violating his driving 
privileges in conjunction with being under 
an InState Drug Offense Suspension that 
he was under arrest. Welty was instructed 
to exit the vehicle and place his hands 
behind his back. I then placed Welty in 
handcuffs which were gapped, double 
locked and then placed Welty into the back 
of marked unit #302. I also advised Welty 
the vehicle would be towed from the scene 
and the plates confiscated as per the 
registrar.


Afier requesting dispatch to send a tow 
truck to the scene, I performed an 
administrative inventory of the vehicle. 

Following the administrative inventoty, 
Springer Towing & Repair arrived on scene 
to take possession of the vehicle. I advised 
the driver there was an order from the 
registrar to confiscate the plates at which 
point the plates were removed and secured. 
After Springer's took possession of the 
vehicle, I advised dispatch I would be clear 
from the scene and en route to the station 
with one male prisoner.


Upon my arrival at the station, Welty was 
processed, photographed and fingerprinted. 
Welty was issued citation #031237 for Ohio 
Revised Code 4530.10 Driving Under 
Suspension (In-State Drug Offense & 
Noncompliance). Welty was advised of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, July 19, 
2018 at 0900. Welty signed and received a 
copy of both his citation and recognizance 
form and was subsequently released from 
custody.




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007058 
CRIMINAL
205 E Ohio Ave Sebring OH 44672
Criminal Trespass M4


Arrested: Brian Tewsbury
336 E Indiana Ave Sebring Oh



On 07/07/18 I was dispatched to Circle K 
205 E Ohio Ave for a trespass report.


Ptl. Brindack 507



Upon arrival I observed Brian Tewksbury 
standing near the guard rail on the east side 
Circle K's property. I was already aware that 
Brian had been given a notice of restriction 
on top of multiple warnings to stay off of 
Circle K property and this has continued to 
be an ongoing issue. I spoke with Circle K 
Employees Brandy and Paige Hill and they 
advised me that their manager Naomi 
Freeman wanted trespass charges against 
Brian. 

I went outside and spoke with Brian and 
advised him that he had been warned both 
verbally and via notice of restriction to stay 
away from Circle K and he was being 
placed under arrest for Criminal Trespass. 
Brian was placed in handcuffs which were 
gaped and double locked. Brian was then 
transported back to our station in unit #303 
and was processed by myself and Ptl. 
Redfern. Brian was given a own 
recognisance bond and was re1eased with 
a court date at MCC#3 of 07/12/18 at 
0900hr.  Brian was provided a courtesy 
transport to his residence at 336 E Indiana 
Ave, and Officer cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007048
Criminal
57 Redwood Drive, Beloit Ohio 44609
Theft M1


Arrested: Michelle Sheppard
57 Redwood Drive, Beloit Ohio 44609


On 07/06/2018 Dispatched to the Circle K 
with Ptl. Brindack in reference to a theft.


Upon arrival officers spoke with Jordan Van 
fork whom is the Assstant Manager of the 
store. Jordan advised that there was a 
female whom came into the store whom 
was identified as Michelle Sheppard of 
Redwood Drive In Beloit. Jordan advised 
that Michelle walked into the store and 
walked over to the wine and vodka rack and 
placed several bottles of alcohol into her 
purse. Jordan advised that a patron of the 
establishmennt caught her and advised the 
clerk. Jordan advised that the clerk 
confronted her and Michelle put the items 
back on the shelf. Jordan advised that 
Michelle then went down the isle and 
placed beef jerky into her purse and left the 
store. 

Jordan advised that the store wished to 
pursue charges of theft. I requested to see 
the video surveillance footage which 
corroborated Jordan's story. Statements 
were obtained and a recording was taken of 
the video.

I arrived on location of Michelle Sheppard's 
residence at 57 Redwood Drive in Beloit. I 
made contact with Michelle whom was very 
argumentative and was refusing to come to 
the station with me. I advised Michelle that 
if she co-operate that she would be given 
an OR Bond and would be released with 
out being taken to Youngstown. Michelle 
finally complied and was placed into 
custody at 1736.

Michelle was taken back to the station for 
processing. Michelle was finger printed, 
photographed, and given an OR Bond in 
the amount of $1,250.00 and was given a 
mandatory court appearance of 07/12/2018 
at 0900. Michelle was then given a ride 
back to her residence. Case will be closed.





REPORTING OFFICER CHAD REDFERN 
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Thursday, July 12, 2018
06:14 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18007010
REPORT DATE: 07/07/2018 22:03:00



On 07-01-2018 I was dispatched to 506 S 
21st St for property damage.



Sgt. Eberling #503



Upon arrival I spoke with the complainant 
Jenna M Blake.  Jenn advised they just got 
home from camping and noticed a large 
tree branch fell from a tree and landed on 
the hood of her 2006 Cadillac SUV bearing 
Ohio plate HCF7765. Jenna advised she 
believed the tree belonged to her neighbor 
at 516 S 21st St. The branch caused the a 
crack in the front windshield, several dents 
to the hood, cracked the front plastic grill 
and broke the drivers side fog light out. 

I went and spoke with the owner at 516 S 
21st St who was identified as Norina M. 
Riggs. Norina advised the tree was not on 
her property and that it was on Jenna's 
property. Norina advised the property line 
was never officially surveyed. 

I advised Jenna to contact her insurance 
company and see what they advise her to 
do. I also advised Jenna it would probably 
be in her best interest to get the property 
line surveyed to help with determining who 
the tree actually belongs to. Jenna advised 
she understood and just wanted a report on 
file in case the insurance company needed 
to refer to it.




Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007009 
DATE 7/01/2018 17:50:00



On 7/1/2018, I was dispatched to Clrcle K 
205 E Ohio Ave, Sebring, OH for a private 
property accident report.



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/1/2018 



Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Deborah S. Brunner.  Deborah 
advised she is an employee at Circle K and 
that some time last night when she was 
working someone backed into the front 
driver's side fender causing minor damage. 
Deborah advised it was parked on the west 
side of the building where there are no 
surveillance cameras. Deborah advised she 
did not notice the damage until today when 
she went back to work. Deborah advised 
she was positive it happened at Circle K 
and not at home. 

I advised Deborah a report would be 
completed and to contact her insurance 
company to which she advised she would.



Sgt. Eberling #503
7/1/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007004 
Traffic / Criminal
S.Johnson Rd. 
Warrant / Stark County



Arrested: Jason Grimm
1005 Fairfield Rd. AlIiance, OH 44601



On 07/01/2018 I Plt. Scott initiated a trafic 
stop on S. Johnson Rd. near Tennessee 
Ave. and discovered a passenger in the 
vehicle had a active warrant for their arrest 
out of Alliance municipal court.



Ptl. Scott #506
07/01/2018



While traveling behind a vehicle on S. 
Johnson Rd. I observed the vehicle go left 
of center and I then initiated a traffic stop on 
S. Johnson Rd. near Tennessee Ave.  Upon 
approaching the vehicle I identified the 
driver as Nicole Foraker and informed her 
of the reason for the stop and requested her 
license registration and proof of insurance 
in which I received all but her proof of 
insurance. I then identified the front seat 
passenger as Jason Grimm which when I 
ran his information through dispatch I was 
advised that Jason had an active warrant 
out of Alliance municipal court. 

I then detained Jason until it could be 
determined if the Alliance police department 
wanted to take custody of Jason.

Dispatch then advised me that Alliance is 
sending an officer to our station to take 
Jason into custody.

I then advised Jason that he is under arrest 
for an active warrant. I then gave Nicole her 
information back and gave her a verbal 
warning for left of center and transported 
Jason back to station. Once back at station 
I walked Jason into the squad room until an 
Alliance officer arrived. Once Ptl. Heavlin 
arrived he took Jason into custody and left 
the station.




Ptl. Scott #506
07/01/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007002
TRAFFIC
W Ohio Avenue Near N Johnson Rd, 
Sebring, Ohio
OVI (SFST) ORC 4511.19A1A
OVI (Less than .17) ORC 4511.19A1D
Safety Belt: Failure lo Wear (Driver) ORC 
4513.263
Brake Lights Required (two)  ORC 
4513.071


Arrested: Dennis Snode
66 W Ely St, AIliance, Ohio 44601


On Sunday July 1, 2018 Patrolman 
Marchionda performed a traffic stop on W. 
Ohio Ave near N. Johnson Rd that led to 
the arrest of the adult driver for OVI.


Ptl D. Marchionda #508



While patrolling west on W Ohio Ave in 
marked unit #304, a silver Dodge Durango 
in front of me stopped at the posted stop 
sign at N Johnson Rd and I observed that 
only one of the vehicle's brake lights was 
functional. After clearing the intersection, I 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, 
bearing Ohio registration EMA9966, came 
to a complete stop on W. N Ohio Ave just 
west of N Johnson Rd. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Dennis Snode, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason of 
the stop. When I first approached the 
window, I observed Snode fumblimg 
through his wallet and then place it back 
into his rear left pocket. I also observed 
Snode was not wearing his safety belt. 

While speaking to Snode, I was able to 
smell a faint odor of an alcoholic beverage 
on his breath., Snode was accampanied by 
a male passenger, identified as John 
Rigdon, who was wearing his seat belt and 
advised me Snode was giving him a ride 
home. I requested Snodd to provide his 
drivers license and proof of insurance. 
Snode then procured his wallet from his 
rear pocket and had difficulty locating his 
driver's license before finally handing it to 
me with a valid copy of his insuranc. I asked 
Snode if he had his seatbelt on prior to 
being stopped and he stated he did not. I 
also'asked Snode if he had been drinking 
tonight after observing a black X on his right 
hand and in conjunction with the other clues 
I observed. Snode admitted to me he had a 
"couple of beers (sic) earlier. 

At this time, Patrolman Scott arrived on 
scene to assist. I informed Patrolman Scott 
both the driver and the passenger appeared 
to be intoxicated and that I was going to 
remove the driver to perform standardized 
field sobriety tests.

Patrolman Scott and I asked Snode if he 
would be willing to submit to standardized 
field sobriety tests and he stated yes, he 
would. Patrolman Scott and I then 
instructed Snode to turn the ignition off and 
step out of the vehicle. Snode appeared to 
be confused by the instructions and 
struggled to turn the ignition off. Rigdon was 
advised to remain in the vehicle until further 
notice. After Snodes was final!y able to turn 
the ignition off and step out of the vehicle, I 
instructed him to walk back to and stand 
behind his vehicle. Patrolman Scott turned 
off the front of my vehicle's overhead 
emergency lights prior to the beginning of 
the field sobriety tests. After Snode walked 
back to the rear of his vehicle, he placed his 
right hand on the tailgate of the vehicle as it 
appeared he had difficulty standing and 
maintaining his balance. 

Prior to beginning the field sobriety tests I 
asked Snodes if he had any medical 
conditions or problems with his eyes. 
Snodes was wearing glasses at the time of 
the stop and I asked him if he needed to 
wear them to see. Snodes said his only 
medical condition was he was in the early 
stages of diabetes and that he required his 
glasses to see.

I then instructed Snodes to stand with his 
feet together, hands down at his sides and 
to focus on the tip of a pen I held 
approximately 12-15 inches in front of his 
face while holding a flashlight above his 
head so I could see his eyes. I again asked 
Snodes if he needed the glasses to see the 
pen and he stated he did. Prior to 
conducting horizontal gaze nystagmus, I 
checked Snode for equal pupil size, resting 
nystagmus and equal tracking. I observed 
Snodes eyes to be glossy but not 
bloodshot.

Before I moved the pen around in a figure 
eight motion to check for equal tracking, I 
instructed Snodes to follow the tip of the 
pen with his eyes and his eyes only and if 
he was able to, to reach out with his right 
index finger and touch the tip of the pen. 
Snode reached out and touched the tip of 
the pen with his right middle finger and 
stated to me while pointing at his right 
middle finger, "this is my index finger" and 
then pointed to his actual index finger and 
stated, "this is my regular finger" (sic). I 
instructed Snodes to go ahead and place 
his hands back down at his side and to 
follow the tip of the pen with his eyes and 
his eyes only and to not move his head. 
While checking for equal tracking, Snode 
continued to follow the pen while moving his 
head around.

After checking for pre-test indicators, I 
attempted to check for horizontal gaze 
nystagmus. After several attempts to get 
Snode to stop moving his head, Patrolman 
Scott offered to assist and asked Snode if 
he needed to wear his glasses to perform 
the test. This time, Snode advised he did 
not and removed his glasses. While 
Patrolman Scott conducted horizontal gaze 
nystagmus, I stood by and watched Snode's 
eyes during the three phases of the teat. I 
observed nystagrnus in both of Snodets 
eyes during lack of smooth pursuit, distinct 
nystagrnus at maximum deviation for at 
least 4 seconds and onset of nystagmus 
prior to 45 degrees. 

Following horizontal gaze nystagmus, I took 
over the remainder of the standardized field 
sobriety tests. While providing and showing 
Snode instructions for the walk and turn. 
Snode had difficulty maintaining his balance 
and attempted to start the test several times 
before all of the instructions could be 
provided, At the conclusion of the 
instructional phase and after getting Snode 
to stand still, I asked if he understood the 
instructions to which he nodded and 
advised he could begin. while performing 
the walk and turn test Snode did not,touch 
heel to toe, performed an Improper turn and 
lost his balance. 


Following the walk and turn, I then provided 
and showed Snode the instructions for the 
one leg stand test. At the conclusion of the 
insiructions. I asked if he understood the 
instructions to which he stated he did and I 
advised him he could begin. Snode then 
raised his right foot as instructed and began 
to count out loud. Snode counted to '15' 
before losing his balance and placing his 
foot an the ground. After Snode stopped, he 
appeared frustrated and looked at me to 
which I advised him to raise his foot again 
and continue. Snode resumed and finished 
the test without placing his foot on the 
ground a second time.


At the conclusion of the standardized field 
sobriety tests, I instructed Snode to turn 
around and place his hands behind his back 
as he was under arrest for operating a 
motor vehicle while intoxicated. I placed 
Snode in handcuffs, which were gapped 
and double locked, and then placed him in 
the backseat of marked unit #304. I then 
read Snode his Miranda Rights as 
witnessed by Patrolman Scott and asked 
Snode if he understood his rights to which 
he stated yes. 

Patrolman Scott then cleared the scene to 
handle a separate call. I then requested 
dispatch to send a tow truck to the scene. I 
made contact with Snode's passenger, 
Rigdon, and advised him Snode had been 
placed under arrest for OVI and if he could 
make some calls to get a ride. Rigdon 
asked if he was allowed to take the vehicle 
instead of getting it get towed, however, I 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage on Rigdon's breath and advised 
him he could not. 

Rigdon advised me he was able to get a 
hold of someone to come pick him up, but 
was unable to provide me with a time 
frame.

Smith Township Sergeant Davis arrived on 
scene at this time to assist.


I then performed an administrative inventory 
of the vehicle. Sergeant Davis then 
volunteered to remain with the vehicle until 
it was towed so I could transport Snodes 
back to the station to be processed. In 
addition to transporting Snodes, I also 
offered to provide Rigdon with a courtesy 
transport back to the Sebring Police 
Depadment where he could wait for his ride 
in the lobby. l then cleared the scene and 
transported Rigdon and Snodes back to the 
station. Upon my arrival at the station, 
Rigdon was instructed to go ahead and wait 
in the lobby. Patrolman Scott arrived at the 
station shortly thereafter and we escorted 
Snodes into the booking room to be 
processed.


Snodes was read BMV Form 2255 and 
submitted to both a breath and urine test 
when asked.

Snodes also signed BMV Form 2255 
without incident after it was read to him and 
asked if he understood to which he stated 
he did. Patrolman Scott operated the 
lntoxilyzer 8000 for the breath test. The 
result of the breath test showed Snodes 
had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.080.

Snodes was advised he was now under 
administrative license suspension for at 
least 90 days effective immediately and that 
his drivers license would be seized at this 
time.  I advised Snodes that he could 
appeal the suspension during his initial 
appearamce in court.  Following the breath 
test Snodes was able to provide a urine 
sample which was collected and sealed in a 
testing kit and Snodes was issued citation 
#031234 for Ohio Revised Code 
4511.29A1A OVI - Officer observations, 
4511.19A1D (less than .17 BAC) , 4513.263 
Safety Belt.  Failure to Wear (Driver) and 
4513.071 Brake :ogjts Required (2).  

Snodes asked where his vehicle had been 
towed to and if he could drive it home 
tonight.  I advised him it was towed to 
Springers at 10 N 12th St and that he could 
not operate any motor vehicle as he was 
under an administrative license suspension 
effective immediately.  

Snodes was provided a copy of his signed 
citation, BMV Form 2255 and a signed 
copyr of his recognizance.  Snodes was 
released into the custody of a licensed 
driver from the station and it was reiterated 
his driver's license was under administrative 
license suspension and that he was not 
legally permitted to operate any motor 
vehicle.




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007001 
TRAFFIC
156 E Ohio Avenue, Sebring, Ohio 44672
Safety Belt - Failure to Wear (Driver) SCO 
337.27


Arrested: Dakota Best 
29549 Salem-Alliance Rd Lot 211, Salem, 
Ohio 44460 



On Sunday, July 1,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#304 in the downtown area. While stopped 
at the traffic light on W Ohio Ave at N 15th 
St , I observed a black truck turn east onto 
E Ohio Ave and could hear the exhaust 
emitting excessive noise. In addition to the 
loud exhaust, I observed the registration 
and county stickers on the rear Iicense 
plate were obstructed. 

After clearing the intersection, I initiated a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights.

The vehicle, a black 1999 Ford truck 
bearing Ohio registration HJA7251, came to 
a complete stop in front of 156 E Ohio 
Avenue. Upon making contact with the 
driver, identified as Dakota Best, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop.

While speaking to Best, I observed he was 
not wearing his safety belt and asked if he 
had it on prior to being stopped. Best stated 
he did not have his safety belt on. I then 
requested Best to provide his driver's 
license, registration and proof of insurance. 
Best was only able to provide his driver's 
Iicense.

Best was given a verbal warning for loud 
exhaust and display of license plates 
(obstructed stickers). Best was issued 
citation #031233 for Village Ordinance 
337.27 Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) 
and advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, July 12,2018 at 0900.


Pi1 D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006185 
REPORT DATE: 06/29/2018 20:18:00


Upon arrival I found Nathan Hawkins 
behind his house with a fire going and 
smoke surrounding the Neighborgood area.  
I advised Nathan to put out the fire (which 
he did) and informed him the procedure 
required to burn in Sebring and what can 
and can't be burned in the village and I 
cleared.



Ptt. Brindack 507



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006184
S 12th St/ Baugh ave
speed 51/35 333.03


Arrested: Courtney Deeb 
1514 Cambridge Ave SW North Canton OH 
44709



On 06/29/18 while in a marked patrol car I 
was parked facing South in the parking lot 
of Heritage Oaks parking lot in the 200 
block of S 12th St. when I observed a black 
SUV travelling North on S 12th St at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated my in 
car radar unit and clocked the vehicle at 
51mph in a clearly posted 35 mph. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a black 
Honda Pilot bearing OH GOT5143 on S 
12th St near Baugh Ave. 

I approached the driver identified as 
Courtney Sarah Deeb and informed her of 
the reason for the stop. Courtney was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 07/12/18 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance 
required as this was her third moving 
violation with in a one year period. I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
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Thursday, July 12, 2018
12:48 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007033
TRAFFIC
500 Block of E Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio
Obedience to Traffic Control Device SCO 
313.01
Left of Center SCO 331.05

Arrested: Benjamin Gratton, DOB 1980, 
1752 Midland Ave., Youngstown, Oh


On Wednesday, July 4,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 heading east on E Ohio Ave. I 
observed a red Buick bearing Ohio 
registration HDR3744 in front of me drive 
left of center on E Ohio Ave at N 13th St. I 
continued to follow the vehicle and 
observed it continue through the 
intersection at N 12th St failing to stop at 
the flashing red traffic light. I immediately 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren. After clearing and proceeding through 
the intersection to catch up with the vehicle, 
it came to a complete stop in the 500 block 
of E Ohio Ave.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Benjamin Gratton, I informed 
him of the reason for the stop. I then 
requested Gratton to provide his driver's 
license, registration and proof of insurance. 
Gratton was unable to provide me with 
proof of insurance but did provide his 
driver's license and registration. Gratton 
was issued citation #031235 for Village 
Ordinances 313.01 Obedience to Traffic 
Control Device and 331.05 Driving Left of 
Center. 

Gratton was advised of his mandatory 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, July 12,2018 at 0900.




Ptl D. Marchionda #SO8
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007032
TRAFFIC
S. 12th ST. / Baugh Rd.
Speed 51/35  SCO 333.03


Arrested: John Daugherty 
506 Height St. Williamsort, PA 17701



On 07/04/2018 at 10:53pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car 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 my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 51mph coming from the vehicle 
while it was in a 35mph zone. I then pulled 
off to the side of the road after the vehicle 
passed and turned around. I positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. 12th St and Baugh Rd.


The vehicle was a black 2007 Chrysler 
Station wagon bearing a Pennsylvania 
license plate (JXP3894). I then exited my 
cruiser and approached the vehicle and met 
the driver and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop. I then requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received all of except 
the registration. I identified the driver as 
Peter John Daugherty.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Peter a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and I gave Peter a court date of 
07/12/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required for MCC#3. Once 
Peter signed the citation I provided him with 
a copy and cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
07/05/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007036
TRAFFIC
Near 18110 Harrisburgh Westville Rd, 
Alliance, Oh
Speed - Over Limits 45-35  SCO 333.03
DUS - Noncompliance / FRA & License 
Forfeiture SCO 335.07


Arrested: Tristan Walker
734 McDaniel Ave., Minerva Ohio



On Thursday, July 5, ,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 heading north on S Johnson Rd from 
State Route 62. While patrolling, I had my 
forward mounted radar antenna activated. I 
observed a vehicle heading south near 
Grandview Cemetery and observed a digital 
read out of 45 MPH in a posted 35 MPH. As 
the vehicle passed me, I observed the high 
beams were activated and the driver failed 
to dim them. i then turned my patrol car 
around and proceeded to catch up with the 
vehicle which was now stopped at the traffic 
light on S Johnson Rd md State Route 62.


The vehicle, a black 2013 Toyota bearing 
Ohio registration FYD8827 turned west onto 
State Route 62. As the vehicle passed the 
Oak Ridge Motel I initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency Eights 
and audible siren. The vehicle then came to 
a complete stop near 18110 Harrisburg-
Westerville Rd (State Route 62). Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Tristan Walker, I informed him of the reason 
for the stop. When I requested Walker to 
provide me with his driver's license, he 
informed me he did not have it on his 
person but provided his date of birth and 
social security number.


Walker was accompanied by three 
occupants who all provided their 
identification upon request. Patrolman Scott 
arrived on scene at this time to assist.


After relaying Walker's information to 
dispatch, I was advised his license status 
was suspended (Noncompliance w/ FRA 
attached and a License Forfeiture). I then 
instructed Walker to exit the vehicle where a 
pat down for weapons was conducted prior 
to placing him in the backseat of marked 
unit #302. Walker was advised he was 
being detained until the conclusion of the 
traffic stop and that he would be receiving a 
citation for driving under suspension as well 
as the speed violation. Dispatch advised 
two of the three occupants held a valid 
driver's license.


Walker was issued citation #031236 for 
Village Ordinances 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (45135) and DUS (Noncompliance & 
License Forfeiture). Walker was given a 
verbal warning far failure to dim. Walker 
was advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, July 19,2018 at 0900. Walker and 
the vehicle were released from the scene 
with one of the licensed passengers.



Pd D. Marchionda #508
07.05.2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18
NAME Of ARRESTED PERSON
N. Johnson Rd / Courtney Rd
Speed M-3  4511.21

Arrested: Matthew Grate 
1005 Lake Park Blvd Lot 37, Sebring Ohio 
44672



On 0211611t8 I was traveling Southbound 
on North Johnson Road - in the area of 
Courtney Road. I observed a Green SUV 
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 display of 49 MPH along with 
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 Matthew Grate. 
Matthew was advised of his offense. 
Matthew was cited to MCC#3 on 07/12/18 
at 0900 for M3 Speed due to his four prior 
convictions in the past 92 months. I then 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18007066
Warrent Arrest
112 E. Texas Ave, Sebring Ohio 
Contempt Of Court


Arrested: Jeremy Johnson 
13632 S.Main St, Beloit  OH


REPORT DATE: 07/08/2018  15:27:00
On this date and time, I observed Jeremy 
Johnson riding a bicycle in the 100 Blk on 
E. Texas. I was aware of a active warrant 
for Mr. Johnson out of the Alliance Police 
Dept. I had dispatch confirm the warrant 
and at 1534 Hrs., I located Jeremy at 112 E. 
Texas Ave and he was taken into custody 
and he was restrained with handcuffs that 
was gapped and double locked. Mr. 
Johnson was then transported to the 
parking lot of Ralphs Deli and at 1559 Hrs 
he was released to Ptl. Tussay.


REPORTING OFFICER: Steven McDaniel 
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT wMBER: 18-007016 
REPORT DATE: 07/02/2018 17:09:00



On 7-2-2018 I was dispatched to 100 W 
Michigan Ave for a criminal mischief report

Upon arrival, I made contact with the 
complainant Rita Rinehart. Rita advised that 
she was out of town over the weekend and 
returned home and realized she left her 
windows down in her 2013 Lincoln SUV 
bearing Ohio plate GPT3812. Rita advised 
when she approached the vehicle, which 
was parked in her driveway she observed 
there to be white powder sugar all over the 
interior d the vehicle. Rita advised she 
believes it was probably just kids playing a 
joke and most likely happened sometime 
Saturday night. Rita advised she checked 
with the neighbors and they did not see 
anyone around her vehicle. 

I advised Rita a report would be completed 
however would be closed at this time due to 
there not being any evidence or suspects to 
which she advised she understood.



Sgt. Eberling #503
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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007012 
REPORT DATE: 07/02/2018 07:30:00


On 7/2/2018 1 was dispatched to the FA 
Community Center for criminal mischief.

Ptl. Kelm #505


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Joseph Davis, 111 E. Texas 
Ave. Joseph advised it looked like someone 
had thrown coffee on the side of his 
girlfriend, Amanda Hurford 2634 A2th St. 
Beloit, car. Joseph also advised there 
appeared to be a pile of tobacco on the roof 
of the car. Joseph advised he had no idea 
who would have done it or when it 
happened. Joseph advised it had to have 
happened while the car was parked at his 
residence over night. Joseph advised he did 
not notice anything until he got to the 
community center. 

I advised Joseph a report would be 
completed but with no suspects the case 
would be closed. I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
7/2/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-007073 
REPORT DATE: 07/01/2018 23:47:00


Officer dispatched to 836 S. 13th St for a 
noise complaint - vehicle sitting 45 minutes 
revving the engine



Upon arriving in the area I spoke with a 
male subject that I identified as being Mr. 
Jarod Hively. I was advised by Mr. Hively 
his Jeep is just really loud and he was 
attempting to back it up in to a parking bay 
but was not revving the engine for 45 
minutes. I was also advised that he would 
have to leave for the night because he was 
just visiting a friend that lived at the address 
and he would be going home.

Nothing further at this time.



Ptl. Racheal Russell 510




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Tuesday, July 03, 2018
11:12 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006180
TRAFFIC
S Johnson Rd / W California Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio 44672
Driver's License Required SCO 335.01
Stop Sign - Fail to Obey



On Friday, June 29,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 heading south on N Johnson Rd. 
Upon clearing the railroad tracks, I was cut 
off by a black ChevroIet Cruze that had 
failed to stop at the posted stop sign on W 
California Ave at S Johnson Rd. I 
immediately activated my overhead 
emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop. 

The vehicle, bearing Ohio registration 
GZQ2381, came to a complete stop just 
south of W California Ave. Before I could 
place my patrol car in park, the driver's door 
of the vehicle flew open; the driver exited 
the vehicle and began to move towards me.

I immediately ordered the driver back into 
the vehicle and subsequently advised 
dispatch I needed assistance. Smith 
Township Sergeant Davis arrived on scene 
shortly thereafter followed by Patrolman 
Scott. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Aaron C. McMasters, I 
identified myself, informed him of the 
reason for the stop and ascertained as to 
why he felt it was necessary to get out of 
the vehicle and advance towards me. 
McMasters stated his window doesn't work 
and that he wasn't thinking at the time. 

I then asked McMasters for his driver's 
license, registration and proof of insurance. 
McMasters informed me he did not have a 
valid drives's license but did have an 
identification card. McMasters also provided 
me with his vehicle's registration packet 
along with expired insurance information. 
McMasters was instructed to phone a valid 
driver and for them to come to the scene to 
take towed.

McMasters was issued citation #031232 for 
Village Ordinances 335.01 Driver's License 
Required and 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail to 
Obey. McMasters was advised of his 
mandatory court appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
July 12, 2018 at 0900. McMasters and the 
vehicle were released from the scene with a 
licensed driver.



Ptl D. Marchionda #508
06.29.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006179
TRAFFIC
W Texas Avet S 15th St, Sebring, Ohio 
44632
DUS - FRA SCO 335.07
Display of License Plate (Stickers 
Obstructed) SCO 335.09
VEHICLE TOWED TO Springers


On Thursday, June 28,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 in the downtown area. I observed a 
blue Dodge Dakota bearing Ohio 
registration DCU7713. in front of me 
heading south on N 15Ih St. As I got closer 
to the vehicle, I observed the county sticker 
and registration stickers were obstructed as 
the license plate was hanging lower than 
normal. As the vehicle turned east onto E 
Texas Ave, I initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights. 
Patrolman Scott was behind me in marked 
unit #301 and activated his overhead 
emergency lights as well.

The vehicle came to a complete stop just 
after turning onto E Texas Ave. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Dakota Santee, I identified myself and 
informed him for the reason of the stop. 
While I spoke to Santee, Patrolman Scott 
made contact with the passenger, identified 
as Jason Burruss. Santee and Burruss 
provided me with their full names, dates of 
birth and socia1 security numbers after 
advising they did not have their driver's 
licenses with them. 

After relaying Santee and Burruss through 
dispatch, I was advised both of their 
licenses were suspended. Dispatch advised 
Santee was under a noncompliance 
suspension with an FRA attached.

Santee and Burruss were ordered out of the 
vehicIe and advised to take any belongings 
they wished to take with them as the vehicle 
was subject to tow due to their 
suspensions. I then contacted dispatch and 
requested a tow truck to the scene. 
Patrolman Scott conducted the 
administrative inventory of the vehicle while 
I wrote Santee his citation.

Santee was issued citation #031231 for 
Village Ordinances 335.07 DUS - FRA and 
335.09 Display of License Plate (Stickers 
Obstructed). Santee was advised of his 
mandatory court appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
July 5, 2018 at 0900. At the conclusion of 
the administrative inventory, Santee and 
Burruss were released from the scene on 
foot and the vehicle was towed to Springers 
on N 12th St.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006178 
DATE: 06/28/2018 18:22:00


On 06/23/18 I responded to the area of 
Royal Oaks Cir for report of suspicious 
activity.


Ptl. Brindack 507



On 06/28/18 1 responded to the area of 
Royal Oaks Circle for report of suspicious 
activity, the caller advised that one adult 
male and some Juvenile were looking into 
vacant homes. Upon my arrival I observed 
a male subject the police department 
regularly has encounters with Joshua 
Hanshaw with three juveniles belonging to 
Chris Tewksbury pushing a lawn mower 
down the road. I stopped Hanshaw who I 
cou!d see was covered in grass and asked 
what he was doing and he advised he was 
mowing peoples lawns. I asked Joshua if he 
had been looking into any vacant homes, 
and he said " no I wasn't I'm just cutting 
grass".

I advised Joshua that we were called to the 
area because he was seen looking into 
vacant house. I also advised Joshua that if 
he was trying to cut peoples grass and they 
did not want him there that it could be 
considered soliciting a service which 
required a permit from the village of 
Sebring. I advised Joshua to take his lawn 
mower home for the day and clear the area, 
and if he was looking in a vacant homes he 
was to stop. 

I then went and spoke with the caller Bryan 
Bailey who was standing near by. Bryan 
told me that Joshua only went to one house 
which was the vacant house and was 
looking inside and he was concerned as to 
why. I advised Bryan that Joshua had been 
told to leave the area and I cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006139
WARRANT
135 E. Ohio Ave., Sebring
Wrongful entrustment 4511.203



While on patrol in the Village of Sebring, 
Mahoning County, I observed a gold 
Cadillac Escalade bearing Ohio registration 
BJA5282 turning west onto E. Wisconsin 
Ave from N. 12th St. I observed the driver 
as one Steven P. McGrew of 16970 W. 
'Pine lake Rd in Beloit. I was aware that Mr. 
Mc Grew had a suspended Ohio operator 
license due the numerous involvements and 
Prior arrest for Driving under Suspension. I 
turned around the patrol vehicIe, and at that 
point I observed the suspect vehicle speed 
up and make a left turn onto N 15th St . As 
the vehicle was making the left turn it turned 
in front of a Silver Dodge truck that was 
traveling East on E. Wisconsin Ave. I 
activated my overhead pursuit lights and 
audible sirens and the vehicle stopped on 
N. 13th St at Vermont Ave. 

I made contact with the driver one Steven P. 
McGrew and he kept stating he was trying 
to get to his P.O. to check in and asked if I 
could give him a break. Mr. McGrew 
advised me that he knew he shouldn't be 
driving but he had to get there so he 
wouldn't be violated. The vehicle was 
registered to his mother Susan A. McGrew 
of 16970 W. Pine lake Rd, in Beloit, and she 
has been warned several times ref to him 
driving. 

Springer's was dispatched to remove the 
vehicle, and Steven was issued a citation 
for Failure to Yield while turning left, and 
License Forfeiture Suspension and advised 
to appear in Mcc#3 on 6/28/18 at 9:00 Am.


Ptl. S.T.McDaniel # 509



On 06/27/18 Susan A McGrew came to our 
station to be served with a citation for 
wrongful entrustment from Ptl. McDaniel in 
reference his DUS case #18006139 In 
which she allowed her son Steven McGrew 
to driver he vehicle a bronze Cadillac SUV 
bearing OH HSA5282 while knowing he had 
a suspended license. I spoke with Susan 
and issued her a citation for wrongful 
entrustment 4511.203 and advised he of 
her court date at MCC#3 of 05/07/18 at 
0900hrs and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 507
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006121
Traffic
Speed (51/35) 333.03
100 Block S. 12th St.



On 6/20/2018 at 1351 hrs while sitting 
stationary in a marked patrol car on S. 12th 
St. I observed a green in color Jaguar 
station wagon traveling north at a visibly 
high rate of speed. I locked the vehicles 
speed traveling at a speed of 51mph in a 
35mph zone with my cruisers mounted 
radar unit. I turned my cruiser around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop in the 100 block of S. 
12th St. 

I approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver identified as Kathryn Murphy, 2457 
Georgetown Damascus and informed them 
of the reason of the stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance which I received. I wrote 
Kathryn a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and cited her into MCC#3 with a 
court date of 6/28/2018 at 9:OOam with no 
personal appearance required. Once 
Kathryn signed the citation she was 
provided a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006173
Traffic
DUS - Noncompliance SCO 335.07
535 W California Aye, Sebring, Ohio 44672



On Thursday, June 28,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on patrol in marked unit 
#302 in the downtown area. I observed a 
silver SUV turn east onto E Ohio Ave from 
N 15th St that appeared to exhibit 
suspicious driving behavior after I began to 
follow it.

After following the vehide for quite some 
time, I could hear the exhaust emitting an 
excessive noise as the vehicle turned east 
onto W California Ave from S 20th St. I then 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
silver Ford Explorer bearing Ohio 
registration GYV9585 came to complete 
stop after pulling into the driveway of 535 W 
California Ave.

Prior to approaching the vehicle, I observed 
the driver's door swing open and 
immediately ordered the driver to remain in 
the vehicle and notified dispatch to send a 
cover officer to my location. Upon making 
contact with the driver, identified as James 
Schreckengost, I identified myself and 
informed him for the reason of the stop. I 
also asked Schreckengost as to why he had 
exhibited suspicious driving behavior after I 
began to follow him on the north side of the 
village. Schreckengost stated to me he was 
just driving around and listening to music. 
After detecting a faint odor of marijuana 
coming from inside the vehicle, I asked 
Schreckengost if he had smoked recently 
and he stated he did earlier. I then advised 
him to remain in his vehicle whiIe I ran his 
driver license information through dispatch.


Dispatch advised Schreckengost 's license 
status was under noncompliance 
suspension since May 15,2018. At this time, 
Patrolman Scott arrived on scene to assist.

Patrolman Scott asked Schreckengost why 
the vehicle smelled like marijuana and 
Schreckengost proclaimed, "Because I 
smoke weed and it's my car" (sic). 
Schreckengost was ordered ont of the 
vehicle and patted down for weapons prior 
to being placed into the back of marked unit 
#302 pending the outcome of the probable 
cause search. I then advised dispatch 
Patrolman Scott and I would be conducting 
a probable cause vehicle search. During the 
course of the vehicle search, Patrolman 
Scott and I located several ripped empty 
plastic bags underneath the driver's seat. In 
addition to the plastic bags, we discovered 
fragments of a green vegetative substance 
believed to be marijuana scattered on the 
floor under the driver's seat. The probable 
cause vehicle search ended after Patrolman 
Scott and I were unable to locate additional 
contraband. 

Patrolman Scott subsequently cleared the 
scene. 


Schreckengost was issued citation #031230 
for Village Ordinance 335.07 DUS - 
Noncompliance, issued a verbal warning for 
the loud exhaust. 

Schreckengost was advised of his 
mandatory appearance before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, July 5,2018 
at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
06.28.2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18406166 
DATE: 06/26/2018 15:59:00


On 06/26/18 I took a report of vandalism on 
our station.

Ptl. Brindack 507


On this date Patty Wagner advised me she 
saw two boys walking down 15th st and one 
of the boys smashed a rock into the 
Copeland Oaks sign and left a dent.  She 
took a picture of the boys and the picture 
was blurry but I believed one of them to be--
-----.

Myself and Ptl. Scott checked the area and 
could not find the boys but I observed a 
blond female juvenile walking down the 
street who appeared to look like a female 
that was behind the two boys in the picture. 
I spoke with the girl identified as ------ and 
she confirmed one of the boys was in fact --
----- but she did not know the other boy. 
Both units then went to -------- house and 
spoke with ------ and ------- admitted that he 
hit the sign and he knows he
shouldn't have.

I contacted Paul Freer head of security at 
Copeland Oaks and he said Copeland was 
not going to pursue charges.




Ptl. Brindack 507



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 78-006765 
DATE: 06/26/2018 14:22:00


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Joe Waskivich 306 E. Indiana 
Ave. Joe advised he was not sure what was 
going on but heard his neighbors arguing. 
Joe then advised he heard one of them say 
he took all of his pills. 

I went to the neighbors house 326 E. 
Indiana Ave. and made contact with James 
A. Ling. James advised he was arguing with 
his son. James advised his sons "wife to 
be" went out the night before and '"had 
some fun". James advised his son was not 
happy about his fiancee going out.

I advised James the neighbor advised he 
heard someone say he took all of his 
medication.  James advised he knows his 
dosage and would never overdose on his 
medication.  James was alert and refused 
any medical attention. I then cleared.




Ptl Kelm 505
6/27/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006170 
CRIMINAL
135 E Ohio Ave, Sebring
Assault ORC 2903.13 A



On Tuesday June 26, 2018 Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Scott were 
dispatched to locate a grey Volkswagen 
Jetta that had left 112 E. Texas Ave. 
reference a report that the male driver was 
assaulting a female passenger.


While responding to the location, dispatch 
advised the vehicle was heading to 236 
Alabama Avenue. Patrolman Scott advised 
he would continue to the original call 
location as I proceeded to locate the vehicle 
before or as it arrived at 236 Alabama 
Avenue. Upon my arrival, I did not locate 
the vehicle but did however make contact 
with acquaintances and relatives of the 
victim (Debra Papic) who state to me they 
heard the call go out on their scanner and 
called Papic. One party stated she called 
Papic and that Papic told her what 
happened. Papic was apparently at the 
original call location walking to Alabama 
Avenue. I then relayed this information to 
Patrolman Scott who advised he had 
located Papic and would be collecting 
statements from her and witnesses at 112 E 
Texas Avenue.


I was requested to Patrolman Scott's 
location to assist in obtaining statements 
from witnesses at the scene. Upon my 
arrival, I made contact witH the witnesses 
and victim herself. Papic stated to 
Patrolman Scott and I that she had been 
assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, Brian A 
Chernikovich, while he was giving her a ride 
to her residence (112 E Texas). Papic 
stated her and Chernikovich had got in into 
a verbal altercation in the vehicle and'upon 
pulling into the drive-way, Chernikovich 
grabbed her arm, face and then slammed 
her head against the front passenger 
window. The only visible injury I was able to 
observe on Papic was a fresh bruise on her 
left bicep. Papic stated she did not feel any 
contusions or bumps on her head nor could 
I see any. Papic provided officers with a 
written statement and the bruise on her arm 
was photographed. Papic stated to both 
Patrolman Scott and I She wanted to press 
and follow through with an assault charge 
against Chernikovich.


The original reportee, Jessica Yaggi, stated 
to officers she witnessed Chernikovich pull 
into the driveway of 112 E Texas Ave with 
Papic as a passenger. Yaggi stated she 
heard and saw Chernikovich beating Papic 
and attempted to confront him by walking 
up to the driver side window of the vehicle. 
Yaggi stated Chemikovich then put the 
vehicle in reverse and quickly pulled out of 
the driveway and drive down the street. 
Yaggi stated she saw Chernikovich 
continue to beat Papic as he drove away. 
Yaggi was able to provide officers with a 
written statement documenting what she 
saw and told us.


Another witness, Shanda Wayne, stated to 
officers she heard yelling through her 
bedroom window after Chernikovich and 
Papic pulled into the driveway. Wayne 
stated she witnessed Yaggi approach the 
vehicle while mentioning there is a history 
of Chernikovich allegedly beating Papic. 
Wayne stated once Yaggi was at the driver 
side window of the vehicle, that 
Chernikovich put the vehide in reverse and 
fled from the residence. Wayne stated she 
observed Papic was still in the vehicle as  
Chernikovich drove away.


It was conveyed to Patrolman Scott and I 
that Chernikovich may have returned to an 
address in Alliance following the incident. 
Dispatch was then advised to contact 
Alliance Police Department to ask if officers 
could attempt to locate Chernikovich at 
1127 S Mahoning Avenue. It was later 
learned that Alliance Police Officers 
checked the residence on S Mahoning Ave 
but were unable to make contact or locate 
Chernikovich. After being advised of this by 
dispatch, I began to reach out to known 
associates of Chernikovich in an attempt to 
locate him. While checking with known 
associates, dispatch requested I return to 
the station as Chernikovich had phoned the 
station after being tald the police were 
1ooking for him.


After arriving at the station, I identified 
myself and spoke with Chernikovich to 
ascertain what happened and to uncover 
his version of what happened. I asked 
Chernikovich if he would be willing to come 
to the Sebring Police Department to provide 
a statement. Chernikovich stated he was 
willing to come to the station to provide a 
statement but did not provide an exact time 
of when he would be there. Patrolman Scott 
and I waited approximately 30 minutes on 
station for Chernikovich to arrive. After it 
was deemed Chernikovich may have 
changed his mind, Patrolman Scott and I 
then resumed normal patrol.


Some time before 0200, dispatch advised 
Patrolman Scott and I that Chernikovich 
was on station. Following our arrival in the 
lobby, we asked Chernikovich what 
happened and he admitted to giving Papic a 
ride she requested and that the two had 
gotten into a vefbal altercation while in the 
vehicle. Chernikovich stated to us that it 
was Papic that struck him and that he 
deflected and pushed her against the 
passenger side window with his arm. 
Chernikovich stated Papic dso scratched 
him and pointed to some minor scratches at 
the bottom af his neck. Chernikavich was 
advised due to physical evidence and 
statements by Papic as well as witnesses at 
the scene, that he was under arrest for 
assault. Patrolman Scott then ordered 
Chernikavich to his feet and placed him in 
handcuffs (gapped/double locked). 
Chernikovich was then,escorted to the 
squad room to be processed and 
photographed.

Chernikovich was read'his Miranda Rights 
by Patrolman Scott, which he stated he 
understood and signed a waiver to provide 
us with a voluntary written statement. 
Chernikovich was given an opportunity to 
contact a bail bondsman in an attempt to 
post a cash bond. While waiting to hear 
back from friends and family, Chernikovlch 
was photographed and printed. 

After some time had passed, Chernikovich 
was unable to make contact with anyone 
who could post his bail, even with the 
assistance of his child's mother, Nikki Libert, 
who had brought him to the station.

Chernikovich was then transported from the 
Sebring Police Department to the Mahoning 
County Justice Center in Youngstown by 
Patrolman Scott for ORC 2903.13A Assault 
M-1. Chernikovich was advised of his court 
date before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, June 28,2018 at 0900.


REPORTING OFFICER: Marchionda, 
Domenico



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006168 
DATE: 06/26/2018  20:41:00


On 06/26/2018 I Ptl. Scott responded to 185 
E. Indiana Ave. in reference to the caller 
being harassed.
Ptl. Scott #506


Upon my arrival I spoke with Bonnie 
Hawkins and she showed me a note which 
had sentences on it stating " I am watching 
you". There was also a white powder 
substance on her porch which Bonnie had 
most of it cleaned up and was believed to 
be powdered bleach. Bonnie stated that she 
believes children have been harassing her 
and pulling pranks on her while she is at 
work. I told Bonnie that we will patrol the 
area frequently and if something else were 
to happen she needs to call the police 
department. 

I then confiscated the note and then 
cleared. 
 
Ptl. Scott #506
06/27/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006167 
Traffic 
Perkins / S. Johnson Rd.
Speed 55/35 SCO 333.03



On 06/26/2018 at 7:06pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. Johnson Rd. and observed a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar and observed a digital read 
out of 55mph while being in a 35mph 
posted zone. Once the vehicle passed me I 
activated my cruisers overhead lights and 
performed a U-turn and initiated a traffic 
stop in the parking lot of the Perkins 
restaurant.

The vehicle was a 2007 silver Pontiac G-6 
bearing an Ohio license plate (GST5043). I 
then 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 except the 
proof of insurance. 

The driver was identified as Alexus N. 
Campbell.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Alexus a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Alexus a court date of 
07/05/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required. Once Alexus signed 
the citation I provided her with a copy and 
then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/27/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006161
Criminal
US Rt 62 At 21st St
Possession of Marijuana - 513.03
Drug Paraphernalia  513.12



On 06/25/2018 I Officer Rober while sitting 
stationary at Oak Ridge Motel observed a 
white in color SUV leaving Oakridge motel 
parking lot with both license plate lights 
burnt out on the vehicle. I then activated my 
emergency lights and made a traffic stop of 
the vehicle bearing Michigan license plate 
CEM858. After approaching the vehicle I 
identified the driver as Gorgis Thephanis 
and immediately noticed a strong odor of 
Marijuana coming from the vehicle. I then 
asked Gorgis if he had any Marijuana in the 
vehicle which he replied he does. Gorgis 
then handed me a glass jar of Marijuana 
and stated he had a blunt somewhere in the 
vehicle. 

I then detained Gorgis and placed him in 
the back of Unit 303. I then conduced a 
probable cause search of the vehicle and 
found a black digital scale containing 
matijuana residue and nothing further. I 
then issued Gargis two citations for 
marijuana and for the paraphernalia and 
gave him a court date of 06/28/2018 at 
0900hrs. 

Upon nothing further I cleared and resumed 
patrol.


0FC.J. Rober #514
06/25/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006149 
Criminal
556 West Maryland Avenue, Sebring Ohio 


On 06/23/2018 I was dispatched to the 500 
block of West Maryland Avenue in 
reference to a domestic. 

Redfern 504


On 06/23/2018 I was dispatched to the 500 
block of West Maryland Avenue in 
reference to a domestic. I was advised by 
dispatch that the male party was on top of 
the female choking her and he was 
intoxicated. 

I arrived on location and made contact with 
the male party in the rear of the residence. 
The male was identified as Joshua Michael 
Selogy of that address. I saw the female 
standing behind him crying and trembling in 
fear, 1 asked what was going on and the 
male stated nothing was going on. 

I then asked the female to come with me 
behing the garage to talk. The female was 
identiied as Erica L Sills of that address. As 
Erica was walking out Joshua attempted to 
lunge at Erica, I pushed Joshua back and 
he became extreamily combative and 
aggravated. Joshua advised me "I will end 
your mother fucking life, I will fucking kill 
you I was a marine corps". 

Ptl Brindack arrived on location at this titne, 
and took Joshua into the garage and was 
able to speak with Erica outside. Erica 
advised that her and Joshua just got 
married one week ago to date and they just 
got home from their honeymoon yesterday. 
Erica advised that Joshua was outside with 
the neighbor drinking on the back porch 
while Erica was inside the house cleaning. 
Erica advised that Joshua came into the 
house demanding that she came outside 
and diink with them. Erica stated that she 
advised Joshua that she didn't want to that 
she was cleaning. Erica advised that 
Joshua then grabbed her by the throat and 
chocked slammed her on to the ground and 
got on top of her and began choking her. 
Erica advised that he got off of her and 
when outside. 

Erica advised that she wanted to go forth 
with Domestic Violence charges. I then 
requested Ptl. Osberg from Smith Twp to 
assist. While he was en route I had the 
female complete the DV packet.

When Ptl Osberg arrived on location we 
approached Joshua who was with Ptl. 
Brindack and advised him that he was 
under arrest fbr Domestic Violence. Joshua 
then started walking toward Erica stating 
"You better not go through with these 
charges" and started at the female. Joshua 
was advised that he is not to intimidate the 
victim. Erica started crying even harder and 
started to shake. Erica was ordered back 
into the residence. Joshua said "All right 
motherfuckers, I will end all of your lives I 
was in the marine corps", and attempted to 
lunge after officers. 

Joshua was pushed back at arm's length 
from the officers. Several methods of less 
lethal force were deployed such as asp and 
mace but not utilized. Joshua stood back 
and after several minutes of verbal de-
escalation Joshua was taken into custody 
without incident. Joshua was taken back to 
station for booking.


I called Sgt. Eberling and Chief Harris for 
them to approve the Felony Charges. Sgt 
Eberling approved the charges and was in 
question about the intimidation charge. I 
then made contact with Prosecutor Tolson 
whom approved the charge. 

Joshua was processed for Aggravated 
Menacing F5 x3, Domestic Violence M1, 
Assault M1, and intimidation of a victim M1. 

Joshua's DNA was collected and he 
photographed and taken to MCJ. Joshua is 
to make an initial appearance at MCC#3 on 
06/28/2018 at 0900.



Redfern 504



On 06/23/18 I was dispatched to 556 W 
Maryland Ave for a domestic violehce. 
Upon arrival I observed Ptl. Redfern was 
speaking with the female party identified as 
Erica Sills I approached the male party 
identified as Joshua Selogy. I asked Joshua 
what was going on and he said "nothing 
were good I have nothing to say to you". 
Moments later Joshua looked at me and 
said "I could destroy you both just saying I 
was a Marine" I advised Joshua he needed 
to calm down and tell me what happened. 
Joshua said that he and Erika were just 
arguing and he did not touch her because 
"that is a pussy move" .

Joshua then begin to walk tewards Erika 
and Ptl. Redfern. I placed my arm on his 
chest to block him and he said "easy on the 
chest" I advised Joshua once again to calm 
down,and I told him he was not going near 
Erika or Ptl. Redfern Joshua then became 
angry and stated "I pay more for these cars 
than you make in a month". I then heard Ptl. 
Redfem ask for assistance from Smith 
townships unit Ptl. Osberg.

Moments later Ptl. Osberg arrived on scene 
and walked back with Ptl. Redfern to myself 
and Joshua's location. Ptl. Redfern then 
advised Joshua he was under arrest for 
domestic violence, "

Joshua became angry and lunged forward 
at Ptl. Osberg saying "ill take you on you 
short fat fuck", Ptl. Osberg pushed Joshua 
back with his hand and at this point officer 
deployed "non lethal tools OC spray and 
ASP batons which were not. At that 
moment Joshua step back and asked ,"are 
we going to have some fun". Officer talked 
Joshua down from his rage and he 
complied. Joshua was placed in handcuffs 
which were gaped and locked by me and 
placed in patrol car 303. He was then 
transported back to our station and 
processed by myself and Ptl. Redfern and 
then taken to Mahoning County Jail with out 
incident.


Ptl. Brindack 507
06/26/18



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Wednesday, June 27, 2018
01:39 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006154 
DATE: 06/24/2018 14:10:00
criminal damaging


On 6/24/2018 I was flagged down near 235 
E. Oregon for criminal damaging.

I made contact with the complainant 
Randall G. Berger. 224 E. Oregon Ave. 
Randall advised sometime during the night 
it appeared someone had thrown a 
"Budlight" beer bottle at the rear drivers 
side door/window of his vehicle bearing 
Ohio plate HCF8065. Randall advised he 
did not notice it until he returned from 
golfing on the afternoon of 6/24/2018. 
Randall also advised he did not know who 
would have caused the damage. 

I was able to observe a dent near the 
bottom of the window as well as small 
shards of glass and dry beer on the drivers 
side of the vehicle. 2 photos were taken and 
will be placed in the case file. I advised 
Randall this has been an ongoing issue that 
is under investigation at this time. I also 
advised Randall a report would be 
generated. I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
6/24/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006152 
DATE: 06/24/2018 02:06:00
criminal damaging

On 06/24/2018 I Ptl. Scott responded to 485 
W. Oregon Ave. in reference to a person 
throwing brick through the home owner of 
485 W. Oregon Ave. window.

Upon arrival I was met by the home owner 
which was identified as Richard Beitler and 
Richard stated that some one had thrown a 
beer bottle through the window and walked 
with me into the living room where the 
broken window was. I observed a window 
on the south side of the residence facing 
the alley which was a two sided window that 
had holes through both sides which 
appeared to be caused by an object being 
thrown at it.

I then observed glass on the couch which 
was directly below the window and glass all 
over the living room floor. The glass was 
brown and some glass was transparent. 
The brown glass was mostly on the floor 
and a bud light sticker was laying near the 
broken brown glass. The transparent glass 
on the couch came from the window.

Robert had no knowledge of who threw the 
bottle through the window but he said when 
the incident occurred he heard a vehicle in 
the alley that had a loud exhaust. 

I then took photographs of the damages 
and then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/24/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006147
TRAFFIC
Courtney RdM Johnson Rd, Sebring, OH 
44672
Speed - Over Limits (52/35)



On Saturday, June 23, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting speed 
enforcement on Courtney Road just east of 
N Johnson Road in marked unit #302. I 
observed a blue SUV approaching my 
location from the east at what appeared to 
be a high rate of speed. I then activated my 
forward mounted radar antenna. I observed 
and locked a digital read out of 52 MPH in a 
posted 35 MPH zone just as the vehicle 
passed Allied Drive. As the vehicle passed 
my location, I pulled out onto Courtney 
Road and initiated a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights.

The vehicle, a blue 2007 Chevrolet Equinox 
bearing Ohio registration GWZ4555, came 
to a complete stop on Courtney Road at N 
Johnson Road. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Alexis Naples, I identified 
myself and informed her for the reason of 
the stop. I then requested Naples to provide 
me with her driver's license and insurance 
information. Naples was able to provide me 
with both documents. Naples was issued 
citation #031229 for Village Ordinance 
333.03 Speed - Over Limits (52/35) and 
advised of her mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, July 5,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
06.23.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006146
TRAFFIC
W. Ohio Ave. / Village Limits
Driving Under Suspension SCO 335.07



On 06/23/2018 at 12:13am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling west on 
W. Ohio Ave. when I performed a random 
registration check on a vehicle in front of 
me.

Dispatch advised me that the vehicles 
registered owner was suspended including 
a license plate seizure. I then activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop 
on W. Ohio Ave. near the village limits. The 
vehicle was a 2006 white Pontiac G-6 
bearing an Ohio license plate (HFW4935).

I then 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 the driver could not 
provide me with any of the requested 
documents. I asked for the drivers name 
and was able to identify the driver as Brook 
Hughes which was the registered owner of 
the vehicle. I then informed Brook that her 
driver's license is suspended and advised 
Brook to gather valuable items that she will 
need from the vehicle and call someone to 
pick her up because the vehicle is being 
towed.

I then returned to my cruiser which was 
when Ptl. Marchionda arrived and stood by 
while I wrote Brook a traffic citation for 
driving under suspension SCO 335.07. I 
gave Brook a court date of 06/28/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required. 

Once Brook signed the citation I then 
provided her with a copy and Brook was 
released to her sister.

Ptl. Marchionda and I then conducted an 
inventory of the vehicle and wrote the 
contents on a tow slip which the tow truck 
driver signed. Springer's Towing soon 
arrived and removed the license plates and 
I secured them in my cruiser. The vehicle 
was then towed to 10 N. 12th St. by 
Springer's Towing with a court hold due to 
Brook having 5 open suspensions. Once 
the vehicle was removed from the roadway 
I then cleared. 

The license plates will be mailed to the 
Department of Motor Vehicles.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/23/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006139
Failure to Yield / DUS
E.Wisconsin Ave and N 13Th
Failure to Yield W/ Turn Left 331.17
License Forleiture Susp 335.074



On 06-22-18, While on patrol in the Village 
of Sebring, Mahoning County, I observed a 
gold Cadillac Escalade bearing Ohio 
registration HJA5282 turning west onto E. 
Wisconsin Ave from N. 12th St. I observed 
the driver as one Steven P. McGrew of 
16970 W. Pine lake Rd in Beloit. I was 
aware that Mr. McGrew had a suspended 
Ohio operator' license due the numerous 
involvements and Prior arrest for Driving 
under Suspension. 

I turned around the patrol vehicle, and at 
that point I observed the suspect vehicle 
speed up and make a left turn onto N.13th 
St . As the vehicle was making the left turn 
it turned in front of a Silver Dodge truck that 
was traveling East on E. Wisconsin Ave. I 
activated my overhead pursuit lights and 
audible sirens and the vehicle stopped on 
N. 13th St at Vermont Ave. 

I made contact with the driver one Steven P. 
McGrew and he kept stating he was trying 
to get to his P.O. to check in and asked if I 
could give him a break. Mr. McGrew 
advised me that he knew he shouldn't be 
driving but he had to get there so he 
wouldn't be violated. The vehicle was 
registered to his mother Susan A. McGrew 
of 16970 W. Pine lake Rd, in Beloit, and she 
has been warned several times ref to him 
driving. 

Springer's was dispatched to remove the 
vehicle, and Steven was issued a citation 
for Failure to Yield while turning left, and 
License Forfeiture Suspension and advised 
to appear in Mcc#3 on 6/28/18 at 9:00 Am.



Ptl. S.T.McDanie1 # 509





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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006122 
DATE: 061201201 8 14:25:00
Assist with Goshen Police


On 6-20-18 I was dispatched to the 600 
block of North 15th Street for an Assist with 
Goshen Police. I arrived on location with 
Det. Budays and I stood by while he 
investigated a Domestic with Mark Muller 
and his daughter. After Det. Budays 
investigation was complete, I then cleared.

Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006130
TRAFFIC
700 Block E. Ohio Ave.
Traffic Control Device(Stop Sign) 313.01



On 6/21/2018 at 0913hrs I was traveling 
north on N. Johnson Rd. near the 
intersection of E. Ohio Ave. I observed a 
gray in color Chrysler station wagon 
traveling west on W. Ohio Ave. that did not 
stop at the posted stop sign. I activated my 
overhead emergency lights and initiated a 
traffic stop near the 700 Block of W. Ohio 
Ave. 

I approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver identified as James Ling, 326 E. 
Indiana Ave. Sebring, and informed them of 
the reason of the stop and requested their 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance which I received. 

James advised he knew why I pulled him 
over and that he was arguing with his son 
and was not paying attention. I wrote James 
a traffic citation for Traffic Control Devices 
SCO 313.01 and cited him into MCC#3 with 
a court date of 6/28/2015 at 9:OOam with 
no personal appearance required.

Once James signed the citation he was 
provided a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
6/21/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006131 
DATE: 06/21/2018 10:36:00
Dog Running at Large


On 6/21/2018 I observed a loose dog near 
Sebring Tire.

Due to previous dealings with this dog I was 
aware of the general area where it 
belonged. I responded to 196 N. 12th St. 
and made contact with Cody Ellsworth. I 
advised there was a rottweiler loose near 
Sebring Tire. Cody advised it was his dog 
and he would retrieve it. I advised Cody this 
is the second time the dog has broken its 
chain in the last week. I then advised Cody I 
was going to be serving him with a Dog 
Running at Large Letter. I advised if the dog 
got loose again he would be cited. Cody 
advised he understood. I then cleared.

I responded to the police station to type the 
Dog Running at Large Letter. I then went 
back to the above address to serve Cody 
with the letter. I again advised Cody he will 
be cited if the dog got loose again. Cody 
advised he understood and it would not 
happen again. I then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
6/21/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006133 
DATE: 06/21/2018 14:52:00
Dog Running at Large


I was dispatched to the 100 block of East 
Vermont in reference to a Dog Running at 
Large.  I arrived on location and found the 
dog going after the mail lady.  The mail lady 
advised that the dog belonged to 165 East 
Vermont Avenue and the mail belonged to 
Martha Hanshaw and Amanda Stovall. 

I went to the house and observed the dog 
running around in the area. Dispatch 
advised that they got a hold of Martha and 
she would be sending her son to secure the 
dog. Martha's son Andrew Helmuth arrived 
on location and secured the dog.

Due to my personal recollection while I was 
investigating case 18004103, Martha's dog 
was running at large at that time and she 
was given a verbal warning from me at that 
time. Also, on the same day Ptl. Kelm was 
called in reference to the incident and he 
also issued a warning for a dog running at 
large. As per Sgt. Eberling, Martha needs to 
be served a warning letter first, before she 
can be charged.

Both Martha and Amanda Stovall called in 
and were given verbal warnings over the 
phone. There will be a warning letter placed 
in the case file for when Martha can be 
served due to her being in Sharon PA..


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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006138 
DATE: 06/22/2018 00:35:00
burglar alarm


On Friday June 22, 2018 Ptl. D. Marchionda 
#508 and Ptl Scott were dispatched to 110 
S 15th reference a commercial burglar 
alarm.


Upon arrival Ptl Scott and I immediately 
performed a sweep of the exterior of the 
property. All doors and windows appeared 
to be secured at the ground level and there 
did not appear to be any signs of intrusion. 
Officers cleared the scene without incident.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #508




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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006136
TRAFFIC
236 Alabama Ave. Sebring, OH
DUS - Non Compliance  335.07



On 6/21/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a red van 
traveling south on S 14th St near Alabama 
Ave with a driver whom I knew to be 
suspended.

I had dispatch verify that the 
driveriregistered owner Paula L. Mather 
was suspended to which they confirmed. I 
initiated a traffic stop on her vehicle, 
bearing Ohio plate GSV3883 as it pulled 
into her residence at 236 Alabama Ave. 
Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with Paula who advised she was 
just trying to get home because her 
husband was drunk at a friends house. 

Paula was issued a citation for DUS - Non 
Compliance 335.07 SCO and advised of 
her court date at MCC #3 on 6/28/2018 at 
0900 hours with a personal appearance 
required. Paula was unable to provide valid 
proof of insurance at the time of stop and 
was advised to present it at court.



Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006125 
DATE: 06/20/2018 16:32:00
Domestic Violence


On 6/20/2018, I was dispatched to 236 
Alabama Ave Apt 2 for a domestic dispute.


Upon arrival, I spoke with the female who 
was identified as Kayla N. Tucker. Kayla 
advised that her and her boyfriend Michael 
C. Sharp got into a verbal argument over 
her not making him dinner. Kayla advised 
they have been fighting for the past two 
days over this issue. Michael confirmed the 
story and advised he works all the time and 
wants her to cook him dinner. Michael 
advised he is tired of it.

Michael advised he was getting ready to 
leave to go to work so things would be fine 
the rest of the night. Kayla advised she had 
another place she could stay with their 2 
YOA child until things got better with their 
relationship. Once both parties separated, I 
cleared the scene. There were no signs of a 
physical altercation and no reports of 
threats being made by either party while on 
scene. 



Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE STORIES
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006116
TRAFFIC
N 13th St / E Maryland Ave
loud exhaust 331.36



On 06/19/18 1 was parked in the side 
driveway of the apartment complex directly 
cattycorner from Circle K in the 200 Block of 
E Ohio when I observed a black 
Volkswagen pull out of the parking lot of 
circle K and turn East onto Ohio ave. 

As the vehicle pulled out I hear the exhaust 
system emit an audibly loud tone. I also 
observed the vehicle had multiple cracks 
through the front windshield. I pulled behind 
the vehicle as it turned North onto N 13th St 
I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 
Black Volkswagen Jetta bearing OH 
GRQ9408 at the corner of E Maryland and 
N 13th St. 

I made contact with the driver Brian A 
Chernikovich and obtained his registration 
and license. I recognized the vehicle and 
driver as one that I had previously issued a 
warning to for loud exhaust in May of this 
year which was verified by dispatch. A 
citation was issued to Brian for Loud 
Exhaust 331.36 and he was given a verbal 
warning for obstructed view. 

Brian was given a court date at MCC#3 of 
06/28/18 at 0900Hrs with a personal 
appearance required as Brian was unable 
to provide proof of insurance. I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 507
06/19/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006086
Traffic/Criminal
155 W Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH 44672 
Possesion of Drug Paraphernalia M-4
DUS - License Forfeiture 


On 6/14/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a BMW traveling 
on W Ohio Ave with a driver whom I knew 
to be suspended. I initiated a traffic stop on 
the vehicle, bearing Ohio plate F339514 in 
the 100 block of W Ohio Ave. The driver, 
Jonathan M. Cosgray exited the vehicle and 
began to walk up to the Sebring Quick 
Lube. I ordered Jonathan to get back in the 
vehicle and he bent down behind a guard 
rail and put his cigarette out and walked 
back over to the vehicle. 

Dispatch confirmed Jonathan's driving 
status to be suspended for license forfeiture 
out of Mahoning County Court #3. As I was 
speaking with Jonathan he was sweating 
profusely and his hands were shaking very 
bad. I asked Jonathan if there was anything 
illegal on him or in the vehicle to which he 
advised no and immediately began 
emptying his pockets. I had Ptl. Kelm 
respond to my location to assist with the 
stop. Jonathan gave voluntary consent for 
officers to search the vehicle. 

I searched the vehicle as Ptl. Kelm stood 
with Jonathan next to the vehicle. The 
vehicle search did not turn up any illegal 
items. I then walked back around the car to 
the guard rail where Jonathan had been 
standing and had bent down and put his 
cigarettes butt out earlier and observed a 
crushed pack of Newport cigarettes with a 
clear plastic baggie inside. I pulled the 
baggie out and observed a clear crystallized 
substance to be inside it. I immediately 
grabbed Jonathan and placed in him cuffs 
to detain him as he is a flight risk. 

Upon further evaluation it was determined 
the crystallized substance was crystal 
methamphetamine at which point Jonathan 
was advised he was under arrest and read 
his Miranda Rights. Jonathan admitted the 
substance was crystal methamphetamine 
and was for his personal use. The vehicle 
was parked on private property and the 
owner was fine with the vehicle staying 
these.


I then transported Jonathan back to 
headquarters for processing. Jonathan was 
very cooperative throughout the process 
and was charged with DUS - License 
Forfeiture 4510.11 and Possessing Drug 
Paraphernalia 2925.14C1 M-4 (Clear zip-
lock baggie that the crystal meth was 
stored/transported in). Jonathan was 
processed and released on recognizance 
bond and advised of his court date at MCC 
#3 on 6/21/2018 at 0900 hours. The clear 
crystallized substance will be sent to BCI for 
analysis with additional charges pending 
the lab results.


Sgt. Eberling #503
6/14/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006099
Traffic
DUS 337.05 
Reasonable Control 333.08
N 14th StreetIEast Ohio Ave


On 06-17-2018 I was dispatched to the 200 
block of East Ohio Avenue in reference to a 
two car MVA. I arrived on location and 
found a black Dodge Charger in the parking 
lot of Gionino's Pizzeria and a Chevy 
Silverado in the middle of the intersection. I 
spoke with the driver of the Dodge Charger 
whom was identified as Sayvaun Thomas of 
Alliance. Sayvaun advised that the driver of 
the truck was traveling east on East Ohio 
Avenue and was then turning left on North 
Ohio Avenue. Sayvaun advised that the 
truck made the turn too sharp and the truck 
clipped his car. 

I spoke with the driver of the Chevy 
Silverado who was identified as Robert 
Lubert of Sebring. Robert advised that he 
was traveling east on East Ohio Avenue 
and was attempting to turn to travel north 
on North 14th Street. Robert advised that 
there was a black Dodge Charger that was 
traveling at a high rate of speed southbound 
on North 14th Street.

Robert advised that the Charger was 
approaching the stop sign and attempted to 
stop at the sign and he went slightly past 
the stop sign. Robert advised that the 
charger made contact with his tire of his 
truck. There was moderate damage to the 
front end of the Charger. The driveshaft of 
the Silverado was laying on the road. 

While speaking with dispatch it was found 
that Sayvaun was suspended. Sayvaun 
was able to provide driving privileges, which 
expired in February of this year. Sayvaun 
was cited for Driving Under Suspension, 
and Reasonable Control. Sayvaun was 
cited into MCC#3 on 06/21/2018 at 0900. 
Both vehicle were removed from the 
roadway and I then cleared without incident.



Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006110 
DATE: 06/18/2018 21:06:00


On 06/18/2018 I Ptl Rober and Sgt Eberling 
was dispatched to corner of N 15th and W 
Pennsylvania Ave for a possible fight.


On 06\18\2018 I Ptl Rober along with Sgt 
Eberling was dispatched to the front of 
Leonard's for a possible fight. Upon arrival I 
spoke with the caller and she advised that 
there were a group of guys fighting in front 
of her car. The caller advised she was just 
worried her car was going to be damaged.

Sgt Eberling checked the vehicle which had 
no damage to the vehicle and there were no 
one in the area in which the fight occurred. 
Upon nothing further all Officers cleared 
and resumed patrol.



Ptl. J.Rober #511



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006107
Criminal
OVI/Left Of Center
400 Blk W Texas Ave


Arrested: Marc Fonner, 131 N. 15Th St Apt 
3 Sebring
OVI 4511.19A1a
Left Of Center 4511.25


On this date and time while on patrol in the 
Village of Sebring, Mahoning County. I 
observed a silver Ford bearing Ohio 
Registration GRD5328 turning on W. Texas 
Ave from S. Johnson Rd. As the vehicle 
passed beside my vehicle I observed the 
driver to be one Marc Fonner and the 
passenger to be one Alex Hawkins. I also 
observed the vehicle as it passed the 
entrance to the Sebring Friends Church 
travel off the right side of the roadway and 
travel into the grass area, and then swerve 
back onto the roadway.


I turned my patrol vehicle around and got 
behind the suspect vehicle and at that point 
the suspect vehicle was observed traveling 
East on W. Texas Ave with half the vehicle 
into the oncoming lane of travel. I activated 
my overhead pursuit lights, and the suspect 
vehicle then was observed swerving back 
off the right side of the roadway and then 
immediately back to left of center with 
almost the whole vehicle into the oncoming 
lane of travel. At this point I activated my 
Audible Siren to assist with getting the car 
to pull over. The suspect vehicle then was 
observed to stop in the middle of the 
roadway in front of 432 W. Texas Ave, and 
then turned into the drive way and stopped.


I made contact with the driver one Marc F. 
Fonner of 131 N. 15th St Apt 3 in the 
Village of Sebring. I advised Marc the 
reason for the stop and he advised me that 
the power steering in the car was out and 
he was just trying to get the Sebring Pool to 
pick up his girlfriend and his child. As I was 
speaking to Mr. Fonner I could observe his 
eyes to be very blood shot and was barley 
able to stay open. I could also detect a 
strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from inside the vehicle and due to 
there being a passenger inside I asked Mr. 
Fonner to step out.


As soon as Mr. Fonner exited the vehicle I 
observed him stumbled and he grabbed 
onto the door to keep is balance. Mr. 
Fonner also asked me if I could give him a 
break because it was Father's Day. I 
advised Mr. Fonner that he appeared to be 
under the influence of a alcoholic beverage 
and he advised me that he had one, and 
then changed his story and advised me that 
he had 5 beers because it was father's day. 
I also still detected a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage still coming from Mr. 
Fonner's person as we stood outside. I 
advised Mr. Fonner that he was going to be 
requested to perform a series of Standard 
Field Sobriety Test and he agreed to do so. 
Mr. Fonner kept stating that he was going to 
fail because he was drunk. I advised Mr. 
Fonner of the tests that was to be 
performed and I also demonstrated and 
instructed on how each test was to be 
performed.


The First test was the Horizontal Gaze 
Nystagmus test and I Checked for Resting 
Nystagmus, as well as both pupils were 
found to equal size. I observed Lack Of 
Smooth Pursuit with Mr. Fonner's right and 
left eyes, I also observed Distinct 
Nystagmus at Maximum Deviation, and 
Onset of Nystagrius Prior to 45 Degrees. I 
also checked Vertical Nystgmus and none 
was found. The next test was the One Leg 
stand, and I demonstrated and explained on 
how the test was to be performed and Mr. 
Fonner advised me that he understood how 
the test was to be performed. Mr. Fonner 
continued to start the test before he was 
told to began, even after beng instructed 
not to start until told to. Mr. Fonner also 
continued to raise his arms up to keep his 
balance even after being instructed to keep 
his arms down to his side. Mr. Fonner also 
failed to count in the manner that he was 
instructed to and he also put his foot down 
on # 10 and then began stumbling and 
finally the test was stopped due to Mr. 
Fonner's balance being so poor. The last 
test was the Walk and Turn test and As I 
was explaining how the test was to be 
performed, Mr. Fonner started the test and 
walked 3 steps stopped and put his hand in 
front of his body, and stated arrest because 
we know I'm drunk.


At 1500 Hrs, I placed Mr. Fonner into 
custody and he was restrained with 
handcuffs that was gapped and double 
locked and he was placed in the rear of the 
patrol car. Springer's was dispatched to 
remove the vehicle and Mr. Fonner was 
transported to the Sebring Police Dept for 
processing. While on station Mr. Fonner 
was shown and read the BMV 2255, 
Consequences of refusal, and he advised 
he understood the form. Mr. Fonner advised 
that he wanted to speak to his attorney and 
I offered him the opportunity to speak to his 
attorney and he advised that he knew he 
was drunk and wasn't going to take the test. 
Mr. Fonner was cited fgr OVI 4511.19 A1a 
and Left of Center 451'1.25 and advised to 
appear in Mcc#3 on 6/21/18 at 9am.After 
processing Mr. Fonner was given a ride 
home by this officer.


The Passenger one Alexander E. Hawkins 
was issued a MM Citation for Open 
Container SCO 529.07 after a open Pint 
Can of Bud Ice was found sitting beside his 
passenger seat. Mr. Hawkin advised 
officers that the can of Beer was his and 
wanted to know if he could drink the rest. 
Mr. Hawkins was advised that his Court 
Date was 06/21/18 at 9:00 Am.


REPORTING OFFICER. Steven McDaniel






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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006102
Domestic Violence
N Johnson Rd / W. Ohio Ave., Sebring


On 06/16/2018 Ptl. Scott responded to 836 
S. 13th St. in reference to several 911 calls 
for a domestic violence that had taken place 
in the parking lot.


Ptl. Scott #506


Upon arrival I observed the victim in the 
parking lot crying hysterically and dry 
heaving. The victims grandmother was in 
the doorway screaming and multiple 
neighbors were outside claiming to have 
witnessed bits and pieces of the incident. 

I then approached the victim and identified 
her as Karen Dicenzi and once she calmed 
down she explained that her and her 
boyfriend Koty Claypool were in his vehicle 
traveling on St. Rt. 62 when they both 
started to argue about Koty sending a 
picture of his genitalia to another woman 
and Koty allegedly attacked her in the 
vehicle by punching Karen. Once they both 
arrived back at 836 S. 14th St Koty 
allegedly pushed Karen out of the vehicle 
while in was still in motion. Koty then 
proceeded to exit the vehicle and attempted 
to attack her once more until a neighbor 
said something to him.

Koty then allegedly got back into his vehicle 
and drove forward almost striking the 
apartment buildings and then proceeded to 
backup and exit the parking lot violently. 
There were multiple ruts in the parking lot 
including one on the sidewalk near the 
apartment buildings where apartment 14 
was. I then entered the residence and 
spoke to Karen's grandmother which 
witnessed part of the incident and she 
provided a statement. 

The grandmother's phone rang and Karen 
answered the phone and she told me it was 
an Alliance police officer and handed me 
the phone. I then picked up the phone and 
spoke to Ptl. Smith and told him the 
situation and gave him the address of 
Koty's father's house and requested if he 
would be able to see if Koty was at the 
residence in which Ptl. Smith stated that he 
would. 

Sebring medical personal then arrived and 
assessed Karen and placed in the rear of 
the ambulance. I then entered the 
ambulance and went through the domestic 
violence packet with Karen in which she 
signed for the domestic violence charges 
against Koty and Karen also signed a 
medical release paper.


I then exited the ambulance and acquired 
an additional two statements from 
witnesses who observed the incident. I was 
then notified by dispatch that an Alliance 
officer had Koty detained and asked a 
location for an exchange. The location was 
determined to be N. Johnson Rd. and W. 
Ohio Ave. and I met the officer there and 
placed Koty in custody for domestic 
violence and read Koty his miranda rights 
and transported him back to station. Once 
back at station a CCH was ran on Koty and 
Koty had no prior domestic violence 
charges in the past. Koty was unable to 
post bond and was then processed and 
photographed and fingerprinted. Paperwork 
was filled out and Koty was then 
transported to the Mahoning County Adult 
Justice Center by Ptl. Marchionda.


Koty is scheduled to appear in the 
Mahoning County Court #3 on 06/21/2018 
at 9:OOam for charges of domestic violence 
ORC 2919.25A.



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006101
246 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 44672
Warrant from Mahoning County
Warrant from Monroe County



On 06/16/2018, 1 was dispatched to the 
200 block of East Ohio Avenue in reference 
to a female at a the residence with several 
felony warrants. I arrived on location and 
knocked on the door of Crystal Black's 
residence. I was invited into the residence 
by an unknown female whom advised that I 
needed to go up the stairs to the first room 
on the right. I complied and found a female 
sitting on the bed whom identified herself as 
Anna Howley. Anna was advised that she 
had several outstanding warrants and that 
she was being taking to the County Justice 
Center. Anna was more than compliant, and 
was assisted to my patrol cruiser. Anna was 
placed in the rear of the unit without 
handcuffs, due to her grandchild sitting on 
the porch watching the event. Anna was 
taken back to the station and was 
processed without incident. Anna was then 
taken to MCJ with out incident and I then 
cleared.



Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006100
TRAFFIC
S. 12th St. / Alabama Ave.
Speed 49/35


On 06/16/2018 at 7:34pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. 121h St. when I observed a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruiser forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 49mph while in a 35mph zone. 
Once the vehicle passed my cruiser I turned 
around and positioned myself behind the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on S. 12th 
St. just north of Alabama Ave.


The vehicle was a 2011 dark blue Buick 
Lacrosse bearing an Ohio license plate 
(GEV4268). I then 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 
and was able to identify the driver as Micah 
Hilty.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Micah a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Micah a court date of 
06/28/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance not required. Once Micah 
signed the citation I then provided her with 
a copy and cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/16/2018




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006098
TRAFFIC
Courtney Rd, near Village limits
Speed 52/35 SCO 333.03


On 06/16/2018 at 5:39pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling west on 
Courtney Rd. when I observed a vehicle 
traveling east on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar and observed a digital read 
out of 52mph while in a 35mph zone. I then 
locked the speed and waited for the vehicle 
to pass me and then turned around and 
positioned my cruiser behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on Courtney Rd. 
near the village limits.


The vehicle was a 1997 dark green Ford F-
350 bearing an Ohio license plate 
(GOT4895).


I then exited my vehicle 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 received all but the proof of 
insurance and was able to identify the driver 
as Taylor Ball.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Taylor a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03. I gave Taylor a court date of 
06/28/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required.

Once Taylor signed the citation I provided 
him with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/16/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006096
TRAFFIC
S13th St/ E Oregon Ave
OVI 451 1.19(A)(1)(a)
DUS (failure to reinstate) 4510.11
Operation Of Vchicle (ATV) on or near 
street 4519.41


On 06/16/18 at 0320 hrs I was traveling 
south on S 12th St and I observed an ATV 
traveling the same direction with no license 
plate and did appear to be traveling at a 
high rate of speed. The vehicle then 
abruptly turned onto E Pennsylvania Ave 
without signaling and look back at my patrol 
car and increased his speed I pulled onto E 
Pennsylvania and observed the driver look 
back at me once again and turn onto S 13th 
St without signaling. I pulled behind the ATV 
a 2005 Suzuki Iger and initiated a traffic 
stop at the corner of S 13th St and E 
Oregon Ave. The driver of the vehicle 
stopped the vehicle and raised both of his 
hands straight up in the air and then 
stumbled off of his ATV and stumbled back 
to me and I could instantly smell a strong 
odor of alcohol on him.


I advised the driver, identified as Henry 
Duane Cowart Jr. who was suspended, for 
the reason of the stop and asked him if he 
had anything to drink tonight. Henry raised 
7 of his fingers and said he had 7 drinks but 
would not say of what. At this moment Ptl. 
Marchionda arrived and I asked Henry if he 
would submit to standardized field sobriety 
test to which Henry complied. I then asked 
Henry if he had any medical conditions or 
problems with his eyes to which Henry 
replied "yes I have back problems" and 
gestured to his lower back. I then instructed 
to Stand up with his feet together and arms 
down at his side, this command had to be 
repeated to Henry several times before the 
test began as he kept placing his arms 
behind his back and separating his feet. I 
then checked Henry for equal pupil size, 
equal tracking, and resting nystagmus, 
during this Henry argued many times that 
he could not look at the pen for various 
reasons. Henry had equal pupil size, equal 
tracking, and no resting nystagmus.


I then explained the instructions of the first 
test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus which had to be repeated 
multiple times as Henry kept asking why we 
were wasting our time and if he was under 
arrest for OVI and saying "come on man 
don't do this I'm almost home" when I 
finished giving the instructions I asked 
Henry if he understood and began the test. 
Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: Lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, onset prior to 45 degrees in both 
eyes, and Distinct and sustained nystagmus 
at maximum deviation.


I then attempted to explain the next test to 
Henry the walk and turn at this point Henry 
became argumentative, disrespectful, 
belligerent, and uncooperative with officers, 
refusing to stand up straight, refusing to put 
his arms down at his side . 

Myself and Ptl. Marchionda attempted to 
calm Henry multiple times but he still 
continued to be uncooperative and began to 
argue more and yell at officers. I attempted 
to explain the test several times and Henry 
continued to be uncooperative and refusing 
to follow instructions. I then advised Henry 
since he will not cooperate he was under 
arrest for OVI and he was cuffed 
(gaped/locked) and placed in the back of 
my patrol car. I then called for a tow truck 
and asked Henry if he would submit to a 
breath test to which he said yes. I then 
asked Henry if he would submit to a urine 
test to which he replied " no fuck you, you 
said breath fuck your urine test, fuck you 
and at this point became extremely 
belligerent and said he refused all tests. 

Henry was calmed and asked again if he 
would submit to the tests to which he said 
sure I'll take all your tests, I then informed 
Henry he would be transported to the 
Alliance Police Department for a breath test 
to which he replied " no fuck you I'm not 
going to fucking Alliance, Fuck your test do 
it right fucking now or not at all" and then 
screamed multiple times do the test right 
now then screamed at a very high Volume I 
REFUSE ALL TESTS.


Henry was then read Miranda by Ptl. 
Marchionda and transported to our station 
to be processed by me while Ptl. 
Marchionda waited for the vehicle to be 
towed. Upon arrival Henry was uncuffed 
and read the Ohio BMV 2255 form to which 
Henry argued and interrupted. By this point 
Ptl. Marchionda was now on station as well 
and myself and Ptl. Marchionda  advised 
Henry we were required by law to read him 
this form to which he replied "fuck you I'm a 
felon I know what the charge reads, fuck 
your form, you just want to be an asshole". I 
finished reading Henry the form znd at this 
point Henry was still arguing and being 
belligerent and at one point said " I'm going 
to be violent". At that point Henry was then 
cuffed again for officer safety. While 
continuing to do paperwork Henry was 
constantly argumentative with officers and 
threatened myself and Ptl. Marchionda 
saying " get right check my rap sheet", "'I'll 
choke the life at of both you" " get your 
tasers, shotguns all of it fuck your charge" 
and at one point told Ptl. Matchionda " you 
better never let me see you out". Henry 
became increasingly more hostile and 
angry and was placed in leg irons which 
were gaped and locked as well. Henry also 
said multiple times he deserved a break 
because he stopped when he could easily 
outrun us on his 4 wheeler and now we just 
want to be assholes and charge him with 
OVI and next time he would just run from 
us.


Henry was issued a citation for OVI 4511. I9 
(A)(1)(a), driving under suspension 
4510.11, and operation of vehicle on or 
near a highway, street, or road 4519.41. 
Henry was given a court date at MCC#3 of 
06/21/18 at 0900hrs and advised he is 
required to appear in court. Henry was not 
permitted to sign his citation or the 2255 
form because at this point he had 
expressed so many times a desire to harm 
officers we felt he would use a pen as a 
weapon against us. Henry did also say 
"fuck your form" and refused to sign 
anyway. 

Henry was transported to Mahoning county 
jail because he was believed to be a risk to 
the well being of others. Through out this 
encounter Henry was constantly belligerent, 
swore at officers constantly and threatened 
both of our lives. 

Charges of Aggravated menacing will be 
proposed to our prosecutor by Ptl. 
Marchionda as Henry continued to threaten 
Ptl. Marchionda while at the jail. 



Ptl. Brindack 507




Due to the combination of Cowart's extreme 
level of intoxication ascertained by our 
observations and being unable to follow 
instructions after multiple attempts, field 
sobriety testing ceased and he was placed 
into handcuffs behind his back, which were 
gapped and double locked. Cowart was 
advised he was under arrest for OVI and 
was asked if he would be willing to submit 
to a chemical breath test, to which he stated 
yes. But when he was asked to submit to b 
urine test, he cussed at Patrolman Brindack 
and refused. Cowart was placed into the 
back of marked unit #301 and I read him his 
Miranda Rights which was witnessed by 
Patrolman Brindack. I was forced to read 
Cowart his Miranda Rights several times 
due to him continuing to yell and interrupt 
me. After several attempts I asked Cowart if 
he understood his rights which he said he 
did. I asked if he wanted to waive his rights 
to which he provided me with a profanity 
laced response ending with "No." Cowart 
also recanted his earlier statement and 
advised he refused to submit to any 
chemical tests. A tow truck
was then requested to the scene.


Patrolman Brindack then transported 
Cowart back to the police station to be 
processed while I stood by at the scene 
while Springers took possession of the 
quadrunner. With the assistance of'the tow 
truck driver, I attempted to locate the 
quadrunner's VIN but was unable to due to 
the ATV being covered in a thick coating of 
mud and grass. Following the removal of 
the ATV from the roadway by Springers, I 
cleared the scene and proceeded to the 
station to assist Patrolman Brindack. Upon 
my arrival at the station, I found Patrolman 
Brindack in the squad room attempting to 
read BMV Form 2255 to Cowart, who was 
now uncuffed. Cowart continued to unleash 
a profanity laced rant towards Patrolman 
Brindack, making reading of the 2255 form 
next to impossible. Several times I 
attempted to calm Cowart down so that 
Patrolman Brindack could read ihe form to 
him. Patrolman Brindack was finally able to 
complete reading the form to Cowart but 
only after having to talk over Cowart's loud 
and disrespectful rant. At one point, Cowart 
asked for "my professional opinion" (sic) 
and asked if he "should have stopped or if 
he should have ran." Cowart proclaimed 
that next time, he "was just going to run" 
(sic). Cowart made several threatening 
comments towards to get "redneck" (sic) 
and "violent" (sic) with us. He made several 
references about him being a felon with 
weapon charges. After reasonably believing 
that Cowart was going to attempt to cause 
sericsus physical harm to both Patrolman 
Brindack and myself, I instructed him to 
stand up and place his hands behind his 
back. I then handcuffed Cowart (gapped 
and double locked) and instructed him to sit 
down and remain seated. We were 
originally going to release Cowart on his 
own recognizance but due to his degrading 
demeanor and behavior, it was decided with 
input from Chief Harris, to transport Cowart 
to Mahoning County Justice Center in 
Youngtown. I then had Patrolman Brindack 
leave the room to complete the citation 
while I handled the documentation for the 
jail. While typing up the jail forms, Cowart 
threatened to "choke everyone out" (sic). It 
was conveyed to Cowart multiple times he 
was being transported to Youngstown 
because his increasingly dangerous 
behavior made him a substantial risk to 
public safety. We did not allow Cowart to 
sign the 2255 Form as we felt if we gave 
him a pen, that he may attempt to use it as 
a weapon against us given the comments 
made towards us and his overall behavior.


Cowart was allowed to make a phone call to 
an associate known only as "Becky" so that 
he could be bonded out. I placed the call for 
Cowart and held the phone up to his head 
so he could speak.

After he attempted to make arrangements 
with Becky on the phone to bond him out, I 
spoke with her directly and informed her 
Cowart would be transported to Mahoning 
County Justice Center in Youngstown and 
that she could bond him out there. I advised 
her to call down there herself for 
instructions on how to go about bonding 
Cowart out. After completion of the phone 
call, Cowart continued to plead and begged 
multiple times to be released on bond from 
the station rather than at the jail in 
Youngstown. Cowart's behavior and overall 
demeanor kept changing from calm and 
cooperative to belligerent and 
uncooperative throughout the entire 
process; an observation I made even while 
on scene prior to coming to the station.


Before being led to marked unit #304 for 
transport, Cowart was given his citation by 
Patrolman Brindack and placed in leg 
shackles. Again, fearing that Cowart may 
use a pen as a weapon against us, the 
citation was not signed. Cowart's copy of 
the 2255, citation and property were placed 
into an envelope to be taken to the jail with 
him. Cowart was then led outside and 
requested that his handcuffs being 
loosened as they were too tight. Although I 
had properly gapped, double locked the 
cuffs and was able to stick my thumb in 
between the cuffs and his wrists, I granted 
Cowart's request.

After Patrolman Brindack loosened, gapped 
and double locked the shackles on his legs, 
I loosened the cuffs on Cowart's hands by 
tho clicks each, gapping by placing my 
thumb in between his wrist and the cuff and 
double locking them again. Cowart was 
then placed into the back of unit #304 and 
safety belt fastened to keep him secure.


While en route to the Mahoning County 
Justice Center, Cowart's demeanor 
continued to change back and forth from 
calm to belligerent and complained about 
his handcuffs. Cowart made several 
degrading utterances regarding Patrolman 
Brindack and myself, at one point labeling 
both of us as "faggot cops" (sic). Cowart 
also stated that I was "doing him dirty" (sic) 
by having him in leg shackles and "tight 
cuffs for just an OVI" (sic). Cowart bragged 
several times about being a criminal and a 
felon during transport.


Upon finally reaching the Mahoning County 
Justice Center, Cowart immediately 
resumed his rant in front of the deputies 
regarding the entire incident. One of the 
supervisors requested that I move to a 
different area within intake as just the sight 
of me was causing Cowart to act up. 
Cowart made several utterances to the 
deputies about how he was "riding not 
driving his ATV and when the officer turned 
his lights on behind him, he stopped and 
got off' (sic).


After Cowart was processed and placed 
into a holding room, Cowart shouted that 
when he got out of jail, I'd better watch out 
because "he was going to come find me" 
(sic). I advised the deputies that aggravated 
menacing charges would be filed at a later 
time at which point I was told if needed, 
statements could be retrieved from the 
deputies working who heard Cowart's 
threats. Cowart was left in the custody of 
the Mahoning County Justice Center for 
ORC 4511.19A1A OVI M-1 pending bond or 
until his mandatory court appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 0900.


After arriving back in the village, I typed up 
a state complaint for aggravated menacing 
regarding the threats made by Coward 
toward Patrolman Brindack and I. While on 
station, I was advised by dispatch that the 
manager from Springer Towing & Repair 
was at the shop and waiting for me to come 
down to retrieve the VIN from the 
quadrunner. After cleaning the mud from 
the undercarriage away, we were able to 
retrieve the VIN, 5SAAK46K057114354. 
Report forwarded for administrative review 
regarding the additional charge of ORC 
2903.21 Aggravated Menacing M-1.



 Ptl. D. Marchionda #508




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006093
TRAFFIC
Near 500 Block of S 12th St, Sebring, Ohio 
44672
Salety Belt - Failure to Wear (Driver)



On Friday, June 15, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was stopped at the railroad 
crossing in marked unit #304 on N 12th St 
and E Pennsylvania Ave. I observed a 
purple Honda 4-door sedan in front of me 
bearing Ohio registration HJU4082 and 
could hear the vehicle's exhaust was louder 
than normal while stationary. I relayed the 
vehicle information to dispatch and advised 
I would be performing a traffic sto following 
the trains passing. As the train cleared and 
the vehicle proceeded south on S 12th , I 
could hear the exhaust emitting excessive 
noise as it passed Baugh Ave. I then 
initiated a traffic stop by activating my 
overheard emergency lights just as the 
vehicle passed Heritage Oaks.


The vehicle came to a complete stop just 
shy of the 500 block of S 12th St. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Collan Craig, I identified myself and 
informed him of the reason for the stop. 
While speaking with Craig, I observed he 
was not wearing his seat belt and asked if 
he had it on prior to being stopped. Craig 
stated to me he was not wearing his 
seatbelt and tried to justify not wearing it 
because he was only driving home from 
Circle K. I then asked Craig for his driver's 
license, registration and proof of insurance. 
Craig was able to provide all of the 
aforementioned documentation.


Craig was issued citation #031228 for 
Village Ordinance 337.27 Safety Belt: 
Failure to Wear (Driver) and given a verbal 
warning for the loud exhaust. I then advised 
Craig of his court date before Mahoning 
County Court #3 on Thursday, June 
28,2018 at 0900.




Ptl. D. Marchionda #508
06.16.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006090
TRAFFIC
S. 12th St. / Village Limits
Speed 50/35



On 06/15/2018 at 3:26pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. 12th St, when witnessed a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers front 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
read out of 50mph in a 35mph zone. I then 
turned my overhead lights on and turned 
my cruiser around once the vehicle passed 
me and initiated a traffic stop on S. 12th St. 
near the village limits. The vehicle was a 
2013 red Ford Escape bearing an Ohio 
license plate (HAT8403).


I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and approached the driver and 
informed them of the reason for the stop. I 
then requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received and was able to identify the driver 
as Steven Papic. I then took all the 
documents and returned to my cruiser.


Once I returned to my cruiser I then wrote 
Steven a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Steven a court date of 
06/28/2018 at 9:00ain with a personal 
appearance not required for MCC #3. Once 
Steven signed the citation I provided him 
with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/15/2018



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Friday, June 22, 2018
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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006081
Traffic
800 Block N. Jollnson Rd.


On 6-13-2018 I Ptl Scott initiated a traffic 
stop which resulted in the arrest of the 
driver for OVI



On 6-13-2018 at 8:50 PM  I was traveling 
north on N. Johnson Rd. and I observed a 
vehicle traveling south on the same road 
that appeared to be traveling at a speed 
higher than 46mph while in a 35mph zone. I 
then locked the speed and pulled into the 
Smith Twp. Police Department which was 
when the vehicle passed me. I then pulled 
back onto the road and positioned myself 
behind the vehicle and and initiated a traffic 
stop in the 800 block of N. Johnson Rd.


The vehicle was a 2005 silver Toyota pickup 
truck bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HDR9872). I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the vehicle and introduced 
myself and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop. The driver then began 
crying and stated that his father had just 
passed away and he just found out while he 
was traveling home. I could smell an odor of 
an alcoholic beverage coming from the 
vehicle and while talking to the driver I 
observed the driver's eyes which were 
watery and bloodshot. I also observed a 
case of Corona beers on the passenger 
floorboard. I then asked the driver for their 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received and the driver was 
identified as Bryan Roberts.


I then asked Bryan if had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving in which 
Bryan stated yes and that he had 
consumed two Corona beers. Bryan then 
stated that he will perform sobriety testing in 
which I asked Bryan if he would consent 
and he stated that he would. I then turned 
my front over head lights and asked Bryan 
to exit the vehicle. I then asked Bryan if he 
had any medical or physical conditions that 
would inhibit him from taking the tests in 
which he stated that he had no medical or 
physical conditions.


I then instructed Bryan to stand straight up 
with his feet together and hands to his side 
while I checked for equal pupil size, equal 
tracking, and resting nystagmus. Bryan's 
pupils were of equal size, both of Bryan's 
eyes tracked equally, and Bryan did not 
have a resting nystagmus. I then explained 
the instructions for the first test which was 
the horizontal gaze nystagmus and once I 
finished the instructions I asked Bryan if he 
understood and Bryan 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. 
In the next test was the walk and turn and I 
instructed Bryan to stand straight up with 
his hands to his side and with his right foot 
in front of his left foot and stay in that 
position and instructed Bryan not to move 
until I instructed him to do so and once I 
finished giving Bryan the instructions I 
asked Bryan if he understood in which 
Bryan stated that he did understand.


Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: did not touch heel to toe, 
and improper turn. The next test was the 
one leg stand and I instructed Bryan to 
stand straight up with his hands to his side 
and feet together while I gave the 
instructions and I instructed Bryan not to 
start until I told him and once the test 
begins not to stop or put his foot down and 
asked Bryan if he understood in which 
Bryan stated that he did understand. Once 
the test began I observed the following 
clues: sways while balancing, uses arms to 
balance, Bryan put his foot down, and 
Bryan miscountet multiple times as well. 
Based on the tests results and my* 
experience I placed Bryan underarresi for 
suspicion of OVI and placed Bryan in hand 
restraints anp placed Bryan in the rear of 
my cruiser which was the time I read Bryan 
his Miranda rights. Sgt Eberling stood by for 
the inventory of the vehicle and for the tow. 


The vehicle was towed to 10 N. 12th St. 
Springers towing with no hold.  I then 
transported Bryan back to station for 
processing.



Once back at station I read Bryan the BMV 
2255 form with Sgt Eberling whitnessing the 
reading.

Once finished I aske Bryan if he understood 
in which Bryan stated that he did 
understand and he consented to chemical 
testing by breathalyzer and urine sample. I 
then ran the intoxilyzer 8000 and expjained 
to Bryan what to do. Bryan then blew a 
0.099 BAC and then provided a urine 
sample.

Bryan was then issued a citation for speed 
46/35 SCO 333.03, OVI (SFST) 4511 .19(A)
(1)(a), and OVI (Less than .17) 4511.19(A)
(1)(d) in which he signed. Bryan was then 
given a recognizance bond $1,000.00 for 
both OVI charges in which Bryan signed.


Bryan was then given a court date of 
06/14/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. I then 
provided Bryan with copies of his citation, 
recognizance, and the BMV 2255 form.

Bryan was advised that he is now being 
placed under administrative license 
suspension in which Bryan stated that he 
understood. Once all the paperwork was 
finished I then transported Bryan to his 
residence at 1046 S. 15th St. and Bryan 
was released to his wife and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/13/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006080
Traffic
S. Johnson Rd. / Grandview
Speed 50/35


On 06/13/2018 at 8:36pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. Johnson Rd. I observed a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
read out of 50mph while in a 35mph zone. I 
then locked the speed and once the vehicle 
passed me I turned my cruiser around and 
initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson Rd. 
near the Grandview cemetery.


The vehicle was a 2012 Chrysler 4-door 
bearing an Ohio license plate (GKG2.513). I 
then 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 and was able 
to identify the driver as Jessica Hall.


I then wrote Jessica a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and gave Jessica a 
court date of 06/21/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance not required for 
MCC#3. Once Jessica signed the citation I 
then provided her with a copy and I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/14/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006079
Traffic
S. 15th St. / Texas Ave.
Speed 37/25


On 06/13/2018 at 5:27pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. 151h St. when I observed a 
motorcycle traveling south on the same 
road that appeared to be at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers forward 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
read out of 37mph while in a 25 mph zone. 
The motorcycle then passed me and I then 
positioned myself behind the motorcycle 
and initiated a traffic stop on S. 15th St. and 
Texas Ave. The vehicle was a 2012 dark 
blue Harley Davidson motorcycle bearing 
an Ohio license plate (CFN88).


I then 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 received and was able to identify 
the driver as Connor Loy.


I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Connor a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Connor a court date of 
06/21/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required. Once Connor 
signed his citation I provided him with a 
copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/14/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006074 
DATE: 06112/2018 15:56:00


On 06/12/2018, 1 received a copy of a 
warrant from the Mahoning County 
Juven~leJ ustice Center.

The subject on the warrant was identified as 
Kristina Tyson of the 600 block of West 
Tennessee Avenue. I went to Kristina's 
residence and found her outside. I walked 
up to Kristina and she advised me that she 
missed her court hearing for her daughter 
not attending school. Kristina was advised 
that the court issued a warrant for her 
arrest.

Kristina came to willingly with out struggle. 
Kristina was not handcuffed so her children 
whom were outside with her did not have to 
whitness their mother being placed in 
handcuffs. Kristina's children were left in the 
care of their grandfather. Kristina was 
transported to station for processing and 
transported to the Mahoning County Justice 
Center. Incident was then cleared.



REPORTING OFFICER REDFERN 505



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006035
Criminal - Summons
216 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio 
44672
Noxious or Offensice Odors 3767.13
Criminal Tresspass



On 6-6-2018 While at City Hall I noticed a 
strong odor of cat urine.  While walking 
around I noticed a blue plastic bowl that had 
a styrofoam bowl with cat food in it in which 
I knew it to belong to Walter Comanitz of 
the Sebring Manor. Walter has been warned 
several times by various village employees 
about feeding wild animals on Village 
Property. 

Nearly a month ago (See Report 18004094) 
I spoke with Walter in reference to placing 
the cat food on government property which 
includes the Police Department, City Hall, 
and the Post Office. Walter was advised 
that he was not welcome on to any of the 
above properties for the purpose of feeding 
the wild life. Walter was advised that his 
feeding with wild life has caused the cats to 
loiter on Village Property causing them to 
urinate and defecate all over the building 
and employees vehicles. Walter advised 
that he did not agree with the request, but 
he would attempt to place the food bowls 
elsewhere. 

The food bowls have returned and the cat 
urine and feces are back on the property.


On 6-6-2018 I spoke to Prosecutor Tolson 
who approved Criminal Tresspass and 
Noxious or Offensive Odors.  A summons 
will be sent to MCC#3 for 6-14-2018 at 
0900.


REPORTING OFFICER REDFERN 505



On 6-7-2018 I found Walter at his residence 
in the community room.  I asked Walter if he 
has been feeding the cats lately.  Walter 
advised that he has still been feeding them 
on Sebring property. but he has been 
feeding them by the bushes. I advised 
Walter that he was in violations of the 
orders that I gave him. I advised him that he 
was being cited for the offense.  Walter was 
given the court summons. for 06/14/2018 at 
0900. 1 then cleared.


REPORTING OFFICER REDFERN 505



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006072
TRAFFIC
Saftey Belt
E. Maryland Ave. / N.12th St.



On 06/12/2018 at 3:35pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N.12th St. when witnessed a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers front 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
read out of 46mph in a 35mph zone. I then 
locked the speed and the vehicle passed 
me, I turned my cruiser around and initiated 
a traffic stop on E. Maryland Ave. near N. 
12th St.

The vehicle was a 2005 green Jeep station 
wagon bearing an Ohio license plate 
(FNR9824). I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the vehicle and introduced 
myself to the driver and informed them of 
the reason for the stop. I then requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received. The driver 
was identified as Wade Caufield which was 
the registered owner.


While talking to the driver I noticed he was 
not wearing his seatbelt, I then asked why 
he wasn't wearing the seat belt in which 
Wade stated he was just in a hurry to get 
home and didn't put it on.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Wade a traffic citation for safety belt SCO 
337.27 and gave a Wade a verbal warning 
for speed and also gave Wade a court date 
of 06/21/2018 at 9:00am for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. Once Wade 
signed the citation I provided him with a 
copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #SO6
06/12/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006073 
DATE: 06/12/2018 15:36:00



On 06-12-2018 I Ptl. Scott responded to 
679 W. Florida Ave. for a report of an 
alleged scam.


Upon arrival I met with Russell Burr and 
was invited inside. Russell then advised me 
that he was on his laptop when an error 
page came up with a description stating that 
there was a virus and stated that the 
warning was from Spyware. The error code 
displayed a phone number.


Russell called the number and spoke to 
someone claiming to be from microsoft 
stating that they can fix his computer and 
provide anti virus services for $300.00 in 
which Russell agreed to. The person on the 
phone with Russell stated that the company 
required his checking account number and 
will not accept anything else.


I told Russell if he does not feel comfortable 
then he can refuse to make a payment and 
if anything else were to happen to call the 
police department and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT REPORT

On 6/10/2018 I was dispatched to the 
intersection of E. Ohio Ave. and N. 15th St. 
for a hit/skip. Upon arrival I made contact 
with Kathryn A. Davala, 5326 Tanglewood 
Dr. Lousiville. Kathryn advised she was 
stopped at the traffic signal at the above 
intersection when the vehicle behind her 
struck the rear bumper of her vehicle. 
Kathryn advised she made contact with the 
driver of a newer red in color sedan.


Kathryn also advised the description of the 
driver as an older female with blond hair 
and a yellow shirt. Kathryn then advised the 
driver of the red sedan advised her she was 
going to walk back to her car and get her 
insurance information. Kathryn then advised 
the driver got in her vehicle, backed up, and 
headed east in the alley between E. Ohio 
Ave. and E. Oregon Ave. 

Kathryn advised she was unsure of the 
make and model of the vehicle but was able 
to get a partial plate number "HJU". 

Myself and Ptl. McDaniel conducted a 
sweep of the area with negative results. 
Both units then cleared.


At approximately 1321hrs Kathryn 
contacted the police station and advised 
she found what she believed to be the 
suspect's vehicle between E. Virginia Ave. 
and E. Michigan Ave. Myself and Ptl. 
McDaniel responded and found the vehicle 
in question. Pti. McDaniel advised the 
vehicles hood was cold and it appeared it 
had not moved. Ptl. McDaniel made contact 
with the owner of the vehicle at 166 E. 
Michigan Ave. The owner advised she had 
not driven the vehicle in question since the 
night before. The owner also did not fit the 
description that Kathryn had given. 

Ptl. McDaniel advised Kathryn the vehicle 
was not the vehicle involved in the accident. 
Both units then cleared.



Ptl. Kelm #505
6/12/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006063
TRAFFIC
ACDA
DUS - License Forfeiture
Operate vehicle w/o insurance


On 6/10/2018, while on a separate call 
(report #18006066) I located the vehicle 
along with the driver of the hit/skip unit for 
this report. The driver, identified as Debra 
A. Couchman advised that she was driving 
the red car, bearing Ohio plate HJU4184 
when she rear ended the other vehicle. 
Debra advised she was scared because 
she did not have a license so she fled the 
scene. 

Debra was issued a citation for ACDA 
4511.21A, DUS - License Forfeiture 
4510.11 and Operating a vehicle without 
insurance 4509.101. Debra was given a 
court date at MCC #3 on 6/14/2018 at 0900 
hours with a personal appearance required 
to which she advised she understood.


Sgt. Eberling #503
6/10/20




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006060
CRIMINAL / TRAFFIC


On Sunday, June 10, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Scott performed 
a high risk traffic stop that resulted in the 
arrest of the driver on a warrant out of Stark 
County.


While on a business check at Circle K, 205 
E Ohio Ave, I observed a blue Chevrolet 
Cavalier bearing Ohio registration 
GSD8639 sitting in the parking lot with one 
male at the wheel and a passenger entering 
the business. I then performed a random 
registration check of the vehicle through 
dispatch. Dispatch advised the registered 
owner, John D. Dunlap II, had a license 
status of failure to reinstate and had an 
active warrant for dangerous drugs out of 
Stark County Sheriffs Office.

Dispatch advised the warrant stated Dunlap 
had violent tendencies. I then requested a 
description of Dunlap and asked if he had 
tattoos on his arms as the male behind the 
wheel had tattoos on his left arm and left 
forearm. Dispatch confirmed Dunlap did in 
fact have tattoos as observed.


I then departed from Circle K and parked in 
the parking lot of Gionino's while 
maintaining a visual on the blue cavalier. 
Patrolman Scott pulled into the parking lot 
of Huntington Bank down the street.

After observing the blue cavalier depart 
from Circle K and head south onto N 14th 
St towards E Oregon Ave, Patrolman Scott 
and I pulled out from our respected 
locations and proceeded to follow the 
vehicle. After placing myself behind the 
cavalier, I activated my overheard 
emergency lights just as the blue cavalier 
turned west onto E Oregon Ave. After 
coming to a complete stop, I exited marked 
unit #301, unholstered my duty weapon and 
ordered the driver to turn the vehicle off and 
to place his hands outside the window. I 
then ordered the driver out of the car with 
his hands in the air, his back facing me and 
to back up to the sound of my voice. 
Patrolman Scott maintained control of the 
passenger during this time.


Once the driver backed up to the front unit 
#301, he was ordered to his knees and his 
hands behind his back. Patrolman Scott 
then moved forward and placed the driver in 
handcuffs. I then shifted control over to the 
passenger, whom I ordered to place his 
hands on the dashboard where I could see 
them and to not move. I then overheard 
Patrolman Scott speaking with and 
confirming the driver's name as John D. 
Dunlap. Dunlap was advised he was under 
arrest for a warrant out of Stark County. 
Dunlap was subsequently searched and 
placed into the back of marked unit #303. 
The passenger, later identified as Virgil 
Bugara, was ordered out of the vehicle at 
gunpoint. Bugara was then patted down for 
weapons. Bugara's information was relayed 
to dispatch by Patrolman Scott and was 
advised Bugara had no active warrants and 
had a driver license status of failure to 
reinstate.


After confirming Bugara had no weapons or 
contraband in his possession, he was 
released from the scene. At this time, Smith 
Township Sgt. Davis arrived on scene to 
assist.


Dispatch advised Stark County Sheriff's 
Office was sending a deputy to our station 
to take custody of Dunlap. I notified 
dispatch to contact Springer's Towing & 
Repair to send a tow truck to the scene.


An administrative inventory was performed 
by Patrolman Scott and I prior to the tow 
truck's arrival. No contraband or weapons 
were discovered during the course of the 
administrative inventory. 

Just as Springers arrived on scene to take 
possession of the vehicle, Sgt. Davis 
cleared the scene. At this time, dispatch 
advised Patrolman Scott there was one call 
pending on E Indiana Ave that required an 
immediate response. I then took Dunlap out 
of marked unit #303 and placed him into the 
back of marked unit #301 so that Patrolman 
Scott could take the call.


After the vehicle was towed from the scene, 
I transported Dunlap back to the station for 
processing. After arriving at the station, 
Dunlap was photographed and processed. 
Dunlap was issued citation #031226 for 
Ohio Revised Code 4510.21 Failure to 
Reinstate and advised of his mandatory 
court appearance before Mahoning County 
Court #3 on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 
0900. Dunlap was subsequently released 
into the custody of a Stark County Sheriffs 
Deputy.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.10.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006030
CRIMINAL
WARRANT


On Tuesday June 5, 2018 Patrolman 
Marchionda conducted a traffic stop that 
resulted in the arrest of an adult male on a 
warrant out of Pennsylvania.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



While patrolling east on E Ohio Avenue 
near N 12th St in marked unit #302, 1 
observed the license plate lights of a 
vehicle in front of me, a white Kia Soul 
bearing Ohio registration GKG2469 were 
burned out. I then conducted a traffic stop 
by activating my overheard emergency 
lights.  The vehicle came to a complete stop 
on E Ohio Ave near the village limits. Upon 
making contact with the driver  identified as 
Pamela Kazmierski, I informed her of the 
reason of the stop.  Kazmierski was 
accompanied by her passenger, identified 
as Randy G. Daye Jr. Both parties provided 
me with their identification information after 
being requested to do so. Kazmierski 
provided me with her namve and date of 
birth and Daye provided me with his 
Pennsylvania drivers license. 


After relaying Kazmierski and Daye's 
information through dispatch I was advised 
everything was in order. I then gave 
Kazmierski a courtesy warning regarding 
her burned out license plate lights and 
advised her she was free to go. lmmediately 
after releasing the parties from the stop 
dispatcher Wheeler advised me she had 
done a second search of Daye through 
Ohio and that LEADS was showing an out 
of state warrant from Pennsylvania for a 
probation violation.  With the vehicle still in 
my sight turning into Sebring Estates I 
activated my audible siren and proceeded 
to catch up with the vehicle.   The vehicle 
was then stopped a second time right at 
Boxwood Drive.


Upon making contact with the passenger, I 
requested his Pennsylvania driver's license 
to verify the identity from the information 
dispatch provided. At this time, Patrolman 
Scott arrived on scene to assist. Daye was 
advised there was a warrant for his arrest 
out of Pennsylvania and until it could be 
verified if Mercer County wanted him, he 
would be detained pending confirmation. 
After placing Daye into the back of marked 
unit #302, Patrolman Scott cleared the 
scene to return to the village.

Dispatch advised me a short time later that 
Mercer County did in fact want Daye and to 
return to the station. 

Kazmierski was released from the scene 
and Daye was then transported back to the 
SEBRING POLICE STORY to be 
photographed and processed. Daye was 
advised he was now under arrest per the 
warrant out of Pennsylvania and read his 
Miranda rights, which he stated he 
understood.


Upon arriving at the station, Daye was 
provided his copy of the warrant, processed 
and photographed. I then transported Daye 
to Mahoning County Justice Center in 
Youngstown until he is extradited back to 
Pennsylvania. 



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.06.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006066
Traffic
120 E Georgia Ave , Sebring, OH 44672
OVI - General
DUS - License Forfeiture
Operate vehicle without insurance


On 6-10-2018, I was dispatched to 120 E 
Georgia Ave for an unauthorized use of a 
motor vehicle

Sgt. Eberling #503
6/10/2018


Dispatch received a call from Tammy 
Courtney at 120 1/2 E Georgia Ave advising 
that a red car that was being driven by 
Debra Couchman just arrived back at 120 E 
Georgia Ave. This car was involved in a 
hit/skip accident with our department earlier 
in the day (report #18006063) and allegedly 
Debra did not have permission from the 
owner to drive the vehicle. I arrived on 
scene and found the car bearing Ohio plate 
HJU4184 sitting in the driveway with the 
hazards flashing unoccupied. I observed 
minor damage to the front bumper of the 
car which was consistent with the crash on 
the other report.  I was able to see Debra in 
the kitchen of the house at which point she 
ran upstairs.


I then spoke with the caller Tammy 
Courtney who had the owner of the vehicle 
on the phone who was odemtofoed as 
Louanna Stinson. Louanna advised that 
Debra was her mother and was supposed 
to be house sitting for them since they were 
in Virginia Beach.  Louanna intructed 
Tammy to make entry into the home and put 
the dogs outside so I could speak with 
Debra.  Once Tammy let the dogs out I was 
able to make contact with Debra.


While speaking with Debra she had slurred 
speech, stong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from her facial area and 
was having a hard time standing.  Debra 
advised she was driving the red car and 
rear ended the lady earlier in the day 
however took off because she was scared 
due to her not having a valid license. Debra 
advised she then drove to Alliance and 
began consuming alcohol with a friend. 
Debra advised she then brought the vehicle 
back to 120 E Georgia Ave and left the 
hazards on because she couldn't figure out 
how to turn them off. Debra advised she 
knew she was in the wrong and was told to 
not drive the vehicle. Debra advised she 
had just returned home approximately 10 
mins prior to my arrival which was 
consistent with Tammy's statement.


Based on Debra's signs of impairment, she 
consented to Standized Field Sobriety 
Tests. I advised Debra of the first test which 
was the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test 
as well as the instructions to which she 
advised she understood. 

Prior to performing the test, there was no 
resting nystagmus, both eyes tracked 
equally and both pupils were of equal size. 
Upon performing the test, I observed 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 as well as 
vertical nystagmus in both eyes. 

I advised Debra the next test would.be the 
Walk and Turn test and advised of her of 
the instructions as well as demonstrated the 
turn to which she advised she understood. 
Debra was unable to remain standing in the 
instruction stage and failed to touch heel to 
toe, took too many steps and used arms for 
balance. I then advised Debra of the last 
test which was the One Leg Stand and 
advised her of the instructions as well as 
demonstrated to which she advised she 
understood. Debra was never able to lift her 
foot off the ground and just stopped the test 
and advised she could not do anymore 
because she was too drunk. Based on the 
test results as well as the totality of the 
circumstances, Debra was placed in 
custody for OVI and placed in the back of 
my patrol car where she was read her 
Miranda rights to which she advised she 
understood. Per the owners request, the 
keys for the vehicle were given to Tammy 
for safekeeping until they returned from 
Virginia Beech. Luanna advised they would 
discuss possible charges against Debra for 
unauthorized use and follow up with this 
department if they wished to pursue 
charges.


I then transported Debra back to 
headquarters for processing. I read Debra 
the BMV2255 form at which point she 
consented to a breath and urine test. I 
observed Debra for 20 minutes prior to the 
breath test to ensure there was nothing in 
her mouth. I (Certified 0perator)ran the 
lntoxilyzer 8000 test, on Debra which 
produced a result of .038 BAC. Ptl. Russell 
then witnessed Debra provide a urine 
sample into the provided kit from the Ohio 
State Highway Patrol. The sodium flouride 
was placed into the urine and sealed by 
myself and secured in the refrigerator to be 
mailed out to the lab for analysis.  

Debra was charged with OVI - General 
4511.19A1A, DUS - License Forfeiture 
4510.11 and Operating a vehicle without 
insurance 4509.101. Debra was 
photographed/fingerprinted and released on 
her own recognizance with a court date at 
MCC #3 on 6/14/2018 at 0900 hours and 
was transported home by a friend. Debra 
was advised that pending the results from 
the urine there could be additional charges 
filed to which she advised she understood.



Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006062
Traffic


On Sunday, June 10, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling north in marked 
unit #301 on S 12 st towards the village 
limits. While approaching the village limits, 
my forward mounted radar antenna was 
active and showed me a digital readout of 
46 MPH from a vehicle traveling south. The 
vehicle was within the village limits when I 
observed the digital readout of 46 MPH and 
locked the speed in. The posted speed limit 
on S 12 St is 35 MPH.


After allowing the vehicle to pass me, I 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and turned my cruiser around. I then 
activated my audible siren and proceeded 
south to catch up with the vehicle. The 
vehicle, a black Nissan truck bearing Ohio 
registration PJG9497, was stopped at the 
posted stop sign on S 12 St and State 
Route 62. Using my cruiser's PA speaker, I 
instructed the driver to pull onto State Route 
62 and then pull over so as not to congest 
the intersection. After pulling east came to a 
complete stop just east of S 12th St.


Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Brigit Young, I identified myself 
and informed her for the reason of the stop. 
I then asked Young for her driver's license 
to which she stated she did not have it with 
her. I asked Young if she had a valid driver's 
license and she stated to me she did not 
know if it was valid. At this time, Trooper 
Baker with the Ohio State Highway Patrol 
arrived on scene. I then requested Young's 
full name, date of birth and social security 
number. After relaying Young's information 
through dispatch, I was advised Young's 
driver's license was suspended with 
multiple license forfeitures and 
noncompliance suspensions. Trooper Baker 
cleared from the stop after being advised 
everything was under control and thanked 
for his assistance.


Young was issued citation #031227 for 
Village Ordinances 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (46/35) and 335.07 Driving Under 
Suspension - License Forfeiture & 
Noncompliance. Young was advised of her 
mandatory court appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
June 14,2018 at 0900. Young and the 
vehicle were released from the scene with a 
licensed driver.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.10.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006057
Traffic
Courtney Rd near N 12th St
speed 49/35


On 06/09/18 While in a marked patrol car I 
was parked in the shipping and receiving 
area of "Famous distribution" on Courtney 
Rd. facing west when I observed a tan SUV 
with a trailer behind it East on Courtney Rd. 
at a high rate of speed. I activated handheld 
Radar and clocked the vehicle at 49mph in 
a clearly marked 35mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle a Tan Ford 
Explorer bearing OH GOT4203 on Courtney 
Rd. near W 12t St. 

I identified the driver as Ronald J Quinn and 
Ronald was issued a citation for speed 
333.03 and given a court date at MCC#3 of 
06/21/18 at 0900hrs with a personal 
appearance not required. I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508
06/09/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006055
Traffic
Sebring Friends Church
Speed 59/35



On 06/09/2018 at 12:52am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling south 
on S. Johnson Rd. when I observed a 
vehicle traveling north on the same road 
that appeared to be traveling at a high rate 
of speed. I then activated my cruisers 
mounted radar unit and observed a digital 
reading of 49mph in a 35mph zone. I then 
locked the speed and pulled into the west 
entrance of Copeland Oaks until the vehicle 
passed. I then pulled behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of 
Sebring Friend's Church. The vehicle was a 
2017 white Dodge pickup truck bearing an 
Ohio license plate (HBK8493). I then exited 
my cruiser approached the vehicle and 
identified myself to the driver and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop. 

I then requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance. I 
received all documents except the proof of 
insurance. The driver was identified as 
Stephen Erichsen.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Stephen a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and gave Stephen a court date of 
06/21/2018 at 9:OOam for MCC#3 with a 
personal appearance required. Once 
Stephen signed the citation I provided him 
with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/09/2018



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Sebring Police Story
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006050 
DATE: 06/08/2018 01 :31:00



On 6/8/2018 I Ptl. Scott was requested to 
assist Smith Twp. Ptl. Davis on Lexington 
Rd. for a car
accident.

Ptl. Scott #506


Upon arrival I met with Sgt. Davis which 
was standing next to a vehicle flipped 
upside down on the side of the road with an 
impaired male in the rear of a Smith cruiser. 
Sgt. Davis advised me he seen the male 
standing next to the vehicle upon his arrival. 
A female then arrived on scene which later 
was found to be the passenger of the 
vehicle. The female was accessed by 
Sebring First responders and released.


The male later admitted to driving the 
wrecked vehicle and was subject to field 
sobriefy testing by Sgt. Davis which the 
male subsequently failed and was placed 
under arrest for suspicion of OVI. Sgt. Davis 
then transported the male to Alliance Police 
Department for chemical testing while I 
stood by for the towing of the vehicle. Once 
the vehicle was towed 1 cleared the scene 
and returned to the village.






Ptl. Scott #506


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Sebring Police Story
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006044 
DATE: 06/07/2018 13:12:00 


On 6-7-18 I was dispatched to 516 W. 
Maryland to assist the dog warden. Upon 
arrival I made contact with the Mahoning 
County Dog Warden who advised he was 
diting the resident for a prior incident.  I 
stood by while the dog warden conducted 
his follow up.


Ptl Kelm 505



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Sebring Police Story
Private Property Accident 
Report No.: 18006043 
Date of Crash 6/7/2018
Location of Crash 196 W. Ohio Ave.


Unit #1 Driver/Owner:  Richard Loughry 
Age 78  Address 422 E. Mohawk Dr. 
Malvern, Ohio 44644
minor damage to front passenger side 
bumper

Unit #2 Driver/Owner: Anthony Sirpilla DOB 
1970  Address 2012 Liberty Dr. NE 
Louisville, Oh 44641
minor damage to rear passenger side 
bumper


Unit #1 was pulling out of a parking spot at 
the post office. Unit #1 turned too sharp to 
the right and struck Unit #2 causing minor 
damage to both vehicles.



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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006041
TRAFFIC
ST RT 62 NEAR S JOHNSON RD, 
SEBRING, OH
FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY



ARRESTED: TIMOTHY BACON, 189 7TH 
ST COLUMBIANA, OHIO


On Thursday, June 7,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on State 
Route 62 in marked unit #301 when I 
observed a black truck following the vehicle 
in front of it too closely. As the vehicles 
passed me, I activated my overheard 
emergency lights, audible siren and turned 
around to initiate a traffic stop. The black 
truck, a Ford F-150 bearing Ohio 
registration GTM7056, came to a complete 
stop on State Route 62 just east of S 
Johnson Rd.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Timothy Bacon, I identified 
myself and informed him for the reason of 
the stop. I then requested Bacon's driver 
license and proof of insurance. Bacon was 
able to provide both of the aforementioned 
documents. Bacon was issued citation 
#031125 for Village Ordinance 331.09 
Following Too Closely and advised of his 
court date before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, June 21,2018 at 0900.

Prior to signing the citation, Bacon began to 
contest and stated the reason it appeared 
he was following the vehicle in front of him 
too closely is because he believes the 
vehicle braked suddenly when the other 
driver saw me. I strongly encouraged Bacon 
if he felt he was cited in error, to exercise 
his legal recourse and contest the ticket in 
court on the date and time listed on the 
citation.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.07.2018



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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006040
TRAFFIC
W. Ohio Ave. / N. 19th St.
Tail Lights / Illumination Rear Licens Plate



On 06/07/2018 I Ptl. Scott made a traffic 
stop which resulted in the arrest of a female 
for operating a motor vehicle while under 
the influence of alcohol or a drug of abuse.

Ptl. Scott #506
06/07/2018



I Ptl. Scott was stationary at the intersection 
of W. Ohio Ave. and N. Johnson Rd. when I 
observed a vehicle traveling east on W. 
Ohio Ave. that had a license plate light 
illuminating a green color. I then pulled out 
onto the road and positioned myself behind 
the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on W. 
Ohio Ave. near N. 19th St. The vehicle was 
a black 2004 Chevrolet station wagon 
bearing an Ohio license plate (GTM7573.

I then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and met with the driver and 
identified myself and requested their driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I did receive all documents but the 
proof of insurance was expired. I was able 
to identify the driver as Melissa Laughlin. 
Melissa displayed odd behavior by acting 
very excited and Melissa was extremely 
talkative and at times appeared to be 
nervous. Melissa was also fidgeting while 
speaking and would talk about random 
events not related to the traffic stop. When 
talking to Melissa while she was in her 
vehicle her pupils were extremely dilated. I 
even shined light near her eyes and her 
pupils remained dilated and shown little to 
no reaction to light. I asked Melissa if she 
had consumed any type of drug or 
prescribed medication prior to driving in 
which she stated that she did not.


I then had Melissa exit her vehicle and I had 
turned my cruisers overhead lights off and 
asked if Melissa would perform field 
sobriety testing in which she agreed to 
perform. I asked Melissa if she has ,any 
medical or physical conditions that would 
inhibit her from taking the tests in which 
Melissa stated that she did not. I then 
asked'Melissa if she had taken any 
medication prior to driving in which Melissa 
stated that she did not. I then had her stand 
straight up with her feet together and her 
hands to her side. I checked Melissa's eyes 
for equal tracking, equal pupil size, and a 
resting nystagmus. Melissa's eyes tracked 
equally, Melissa's pupils were of equal size, 
and Melissa did not have a resting 
nystagmus. Melissa's pupils were still 
dilated and showed very little reaction to 
light.

I then began to explain the instruction for 
the first test which was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus test.  When I finished explaining 
the instructions I asked Melissa if she 
understood in Which Melissa stated yes. I 
did not observe any clues throughout all 
three tests but Melissa did appear to be 
under the influence of an unknown 
substance so the tests did continue. The 
next test was the walk and turn and I have 
Melissa instructions to stand up straight 
with her hands to her side and her right foot 
in front of her left foot and gave Melissa 
instructions not to move or start until I told 
her to. Once I explained the instructions I 
asked Melissa if she understood and 
Melissa stated that she did. Once the test 
began I observed the following clues: 
Melissa made an improper turn, Melissa 
moved while instructions were being given 
to her, Melissa stopped walking once she 
started the test, and Melissa had a hard 
time keeping her balance. Melissa started 
to complain about pain in her back and I 
asked her what was hurtng and Melissa 
stated that she has two discs in her back 
and they were in pain from lifting heavy 
objects while at work. I asked Melissa prior 
to the tests if ad any medical of physical 
conditions , and Melissa stated that she did 
not have any medical or physical 
conditions.

The next test was the one leg stand and I 
had Melissa stand straight up with her 
hands to her side and feet together while I 
explained the instructions to her and 
ordered her not to move or start until I told 
her to. Once the instructions were explained 
I told Melissa not to put her foot down or 
stop and I asked Melissa if she understood 
in which Melissa stated that she did 
understand. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: Melissa had difficulty 
balancing, and Melissa put her foot down 3 
times which ended the test. Melissa started 
to complain about the pain in her back as 
soon as I ended the test so I told her to sit 
on the front bumper of my cruiser. I then 
began a test called the lack of convergence 
and explained instructions for the test and 
asked if Melissa understood the instructions 
in which Melissa stated that she did. Once 
the test began I observed the following 
observations: Melissa had lack of 
convergence in her left eye. The next and 
last test was the modified romberg test and 
I had Melissa stand straight up with her feet 
together and her hands to her side while I 
gave her the instructions. Melissa was 
instructed to tilt her head back from that 
position and close her eyes andcount to 30 
in her head and when finished to put her 
head back down and open her eyes and 
say stop. I asked Melissa if she understood 
the instructions in which Melissa stated that 
she did.


Once the test began I had Ptl. Marchionda 
time it with a stopwatch and when Melissa 
finished Ptl. Marchionda stopped the stop 
watch. Melissa counted to 30 in her head 
which took 22 seconds in real time. The last 
two tests did not display clues but did 
display observations that had key indicators 
of Melissa being under the influence of a 
drug of abuse. 

Based on my experience and training I 
placed Melissa under arrest for operating a 
vehicle while under the influence of alcohol 
or drug of abuse and read Melissa her 
rights at 12:59am and placed Melissa in 
hand restraints which were gabbed and 
double locked and I placed Melissa in the 
rear of marked unit #304. An inventory of 
the vehicle was performed by Ptl. 
Marchionda and myself to gather essentials 
that Melissa wanted and I transported 
Melissa back to station while Ptl. 
Marchionda stood by while the vehicle was 
towed to Springer's.

Once back at station Melissa was read the 
BMV 2255 form and was asked if she would 
submit to chemical testing in which Melissa 
refused and signed the BMV 2255 form. 
Melissa was then processed, 
photographed, and fingerprinted. I wrote 
Melissa a traffic citation for Tail lights and 
illumination of rear license plate ORC 
4513.05A and for OVI (SFST) 451 1.19(A)(l)
(a). I gave Melissa a court date for 
06/07/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required due to the initial 
appearance having to be within 5 days of 
the arrest. 

Melissa signed the citation and I then gave 
Melissa a recognizance bond of $500 for 
the OVI offense in which she signed. 
Melissa was given copies of the BMV 2255 
form, her citation which has her court date 
on it, and her recognizance form which also 
has her court date on it. Melissa was 
informed that she is now under 
administrative license suspension and was 
unable to legally operate a motor vehicle. 
Melissa was released and is scheduled to 
appear on June 7th 2018 at 9:00am in 
Mahoning County Court #3.


Reporting Officer Zachary Scott,  BADGE 
NO: 506 DATE: 06/07/2018



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Sebring Police Story
INCIDENT NUMBER. 18-006036 
DATE 06/06/2018 16.43.00


On 06/06/2018, I was met on station in 
reference to found property. A male came to 
the window advising that he found a license 
plate. I made several attempts to get the 
license plate back to the registered owner 
with no success. The plate will be stored in 
my office until the owner can be located.


Redfern 504



On 06/06/2018, I was able to locate the 
registered owner and return his property.


Redfern 504



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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006031
TRAFFIC
ALABAMA AVE/S 12TH ST, SEBRING, 
OHIO 44672
DUS - NONCOMPLIANCE/LICENSE 
FORFEITURE
FICTICIOUS LICENSE PLATES


On Wednesday, June 6,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, pulled into Circle K, 205 E 
Ohio Avenue, in marked unit #303 and 
observed a white Chevrolet Cavalier 
bearing Ohio registration HFB3643. While 
the cavalier pulled out of Circle K to head 
east onto E Ohio Avenue, I performed a 
random registration check through dispatch 
while maintaining a visual as thecavalier 
turned south on N 12'" St. Dispatch advised 
the plates returned to a blue Saturn. After 
advising dispatch the plate I just ran were 
on a white Chevrolet Cavalier, I pulled out 
of Circle K and proceeded to catch up to the 
vehicle.


After crossing the railroad tracks onto S lzth 
St, I observed the cavalier traveling south in 
the area of the 500 block. I then activated 
my overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren and continued south on S 12'" St. 
Once within a reasonable distance of the 
vehicle, I turned my audible siren off as the 
vehicle turned west onto Alabama Ave and 
came to a complete stop.

Upon making contact with the driver, Jarred 
Chestnut, I identified myself and informed 
him of the reason for the stop. Chestnut 
admitted to me he knew the plates did not 
belong on the vehicle and that they 
belonged to a relative of his.


I then asked Chestnut why he had plates 
from another vehicle on the one he was 
driving, Chestnut stated to me that due to 
not being able to obtain plates for the 
vehicle due to registration issues with the 
BMV and Columbiana County Court, he 
decided to use plates belonging to a 
relative. Patrolman Scott arrived on scene 
at this time and we instructed Chestnut to 
exit the vehicle. I then performed a pat 
down of Chestnut for weapons and 
subsequently placed him into the back of 
unit #303 pending completion of the traffic 
stop. I also obtained his driver's license to 
run through dispatch and was advised 
Chestnut's driver's license was under 
License Forfeiture and a Noncompliance 
Suspension. A tow truck was then 
requested to be sent to the location to seize 
the vehicle.

Chestnut was issued citation #031124 for 
ORC 4510.11 Driving Under Suspension 
(Noncompliance & License Forfeiture) and 
4549.08 Fictitious License Plates. Chestnut 
was advised of his mandatory court 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, June 14,2018 at 0900 and 
released from the scene. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene to Springer
Towing & Repair.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.06.2018



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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006030
CRIMINAL
SEBRING ESTATES, BELOIT, OHIO
WARRANT


On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda conducted a traffic stop that 
resulted in the arrest of an adult male on a 
warrant out of Pennsylvania.

Ptl. D. Marchionda #513


While patrolling east on E Ohio Avenue 
near N 12th St in marked unit #302, I 
observed the license plate lights of a 
vehicle in front of me, a white Kia Soul 
bearing Ohio registration GKG2469, were 
burned out. I then conducted a traffic stop 
by activating my overheard emergency 
lights. The vehicle came to a complete stop 
on E Ohio Ave near the village limits. Upon 
making contact with the driver, identified as 
Pamela Kazmierski, I informed her of the 
reason of the stop. Kazmierski was 
accbmpanied by her passenger, identified 
as Randy G. Daye Jr. Both parties provided 
me with their identification information after 
being requested to do so. Kazmierski 
provided me with her name and date of 
birth and Daye provided me with his 
Pennsylvania driver's license.

After relaying Kazmierski and Uaye's 
information through dispatch, I was advised 
everything was in order. I then gave 
Kazmierski a courtesy warning regarding 
her burned out license plate lights and 
advised her she was free to go. 

Immediately after releasing the parties from 
the stop, dispatcher Wheeler advised me 
she had done a second search of Daye 
through Ohio and that LEADS was showing 
an out of state warrant from Pennsylvania 
for a probation violation. With the vehicle 
still in my sight turning Into Sebring Estates, 
I activated my audible siren and proceeded 
to catch up with the vehicle. The vehicle 
was then stopped a second time right at 
Boxwood Drive.


Upon making contact with the passenger, I 
requested his Pennsylvania driver's license 
to verify the identity from the information 
dispatch provided. At this time, Patrolman 
Scott arrived on scene to assist. Daye was 
advised there was a warrant for his arrest 
out of Pennsylvania and until it could be 
verified if Mercer County wanted him, he 
would be detained pending confirmation. 
After placing Daye into the back of marked 
unit #302, Patrolman Scott cleared the 
scene to return to the village.

Dispatch advised me a short time later that 
Mercer County did in fact want Daye and to 
return to the station. Kazmierski was 
released from the scene and Daye was 
then transported back to the Sebring Police 
Department to be photographed and 
processed. Daye was advised he was now 
under arrest per the warrant out of 
Pennsylvania and read his Miranda rights, 
which he stated he understood.

Upon arriving at the station, Daye was 
provided his copy of the warrant, processed 
and photographed. I then transported Daye 
to Mahoning County Justice Center in 
Youngstown until he is extradited back to 
Pennsylvania.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.06.2018




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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006004
CRIMINAL
E Maryland Ave/ N 14th St
DOC W/persist


On 6-1-18 I was waved down at the corner 
of 14th and Maryland Ave for a fight.

Ptl Brindack 508


Upon arrival Melissa Ann Mikes advised me 
that Dawn R Fender was threatening her 
and was trying to fight her. At the time of my 
arrival it did appear that Dawn obviously 
intoxicated, was being belligerent with the 
Melissa, and there was a large group of 
people in the area. So I called for our  
additional units which were in close 
proximity because of the fireman's festival. I 
began to speak with the two women and as 
I did Ptl. Scott, Ptl. Marchionda, and Ptl. 
Redfern arrived on scene.


Ptl Scott and Marchionda spoke with Dbwn 
as I spoke with Melissa advised me that 
Dawn was supposed to be watching a 
group of children including her daughter but 
was intoxicated and was being belligerent 
with the girls. Melissa advised that Dawn 
took her own daughters phone and 
smashed it on the ground. At this point Ptl 
Redfern went to look for the children who 
were assumed to still be somewhere in the 
festival. Melissa then told me that Dawn did 
threaten her saying "she said she was 
going to kick my ass" and she wanted to 
press charges. At this time Ptl. 
Marchiondadetained Dawn and handcuffed 
her and placed her in the back of my patrol 
car. While Ptl.Marchionda attempted to 
handcuff Dawn she was very difficult with 
him saying "don't threaten me Ihave money" 
and pulling her arms away from him.


I asked Dawn why she allegedly smashed 
her daughters phone to which she replied 
14 year olds don't listen and then changed 
the story to her daughter broke the phone 
and she just took it from her.

Melissa filled out a voluntary statement but 
from her statement which said Dawn told 
her she would slap her and Melissa said i'll 
slap you back it was determined the 
"threatening" and "fight" was actually a 
mutual argument. However all four officers 
on scene observed that Dawn was highly 
intoxicated and we could all smell the 
alcohol on her. 

I advised Dawn that she was under arrest 
for Disorderly conduct "public intoxication" 
and she was mirandized. Dawn was 
transported to our station in unit 303 and 
was processed by myself and Ptl. Redfern 
while being processed Dawn was still 
obviously intoxicated and at one point 
seemingly unprovoked informed us that 
"those Goshen guys are dicks" referring to 
the officers at the Goshen Police District. 
Dawn also repeatedly informed officers that 
she used to work at the prison, however 
she was very cooperative while being 
processed. I asked Dawn where she had 
been drinking tonight and she replied at 
home. I then asked well how did you get to 
the festival without driving to which she then 
changed her story again and said "i drank at 
the festival". (NOTE: the festival does not 
serve alcohol). Dawn was given an OR 
bond and was released to a friend after 
being processed.



Ptl. Brindack 508
06/02/18


Cn 6/1/2018 1 responded on foot from the 
festival to Ptl. Brindack as requested to 
assist with a dispute. Upon arrival observed 
Ptl. Brindack standing next to his cruiser 
with a female late identified as Dawn 
Fender. I spoke with Dawn and she stated 
that she was attempting to find her daughter 
and had a verbal confrontation with her 
daughter's friend and the mother of her 
daughter's friend.

I then spoke with the other party and they 
stated Dawn had come to their residence 
while intoxicated and started to argue with 
them and their family members for unknown 
reasons. Officers came in contact with 
Dawns daughter earlier in reference to 
Dawn being intoxicated and breaking her 
daughter's phone. Dawn's daughter stated 
that her mother attempted to leave with her 
and she refused to go with her mother due 
to her intoxication. Dawn did appear to be 
intoxicated and had a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from her person.

Dawn was argumentative towards officers 
and was subsequently arrested for 
disorderly conduct while intoxicated and 
placed into hand restraints by Ptl. 
Marchionda and placed into the rear of Ptl. 
Brindack's cruiser and transported back to 
station. Once Ptl. Brindack cleared Ptl. 
Marchionda and I resumed duties at the 
festival.



Ptl. Scott #506



On 6-1-2018 while at the firemans festival I 
was approached by two juveniles whom 
were crying stating that their mother is 
heavily intoxicated.  The juveniles state 
their mother took their phones and 
smashed them on the ground due to a fit of 
rage due to the intoxication. The children 
advised that their mother was Dawn Fender 
of Goshen Twp. The juveniles advised that 
they wanted to go to the fathers due to their 
mother being too intoxicated to drive them 
home. I advised the juveniles that I would 
provide them with a transport to their 
fathers house. The juveniles were able to 
use a friends phone to call their father who 
advised that he would come to pick them 
up.

Moments later Ptl. Brindack advised on the 
radio that he was being flagged down in the 
area of North 14th Street near East 
Maryland Avenue for a possible fight, and 
requested units to respond. I arrived on 
location and Ptl. Brindack, Ptl. Marchonda, 
and Ptl. Scott were already on scene. There 
was a female whom was standing on the 
corner yelling obscenities and I advised her 
that she needed to remain calm. As the 
cover officer I did not interview any involved 
parties, I stood by and observed.

The female whom I told needed to calm 
down was clearly intoxicated, and still 
continued to carry on despite being told to 
calm down. It was later found that the 
female was the mother of the to juveniles 
that I was going to give a ride to. The 
female was advised once more by the other 
on scene officers that she needed to calm 
down before she was detained in the rear of 
the cruiser.  Subsequently the female was 
placed under arrest for Disorderly Conduct 
While Intoxicated Persist.



Redfern 504




On Friday, June 1, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was on foot patrol at the 
Fireman's Festival when I heard a 
broadcast from Patrolman Brindack over 
the radio for assistance reference a fight at 
the corner of N 14th St and E Maryland 
Avenue. While responding, I observed 
Patrolman Scott responding as well. 
Patrolman Redfern arrived on scene shortly 
after. Upon my arrival, I observed a white 
female standing near marked unit #303. 
The female, identified as Dawn Fender, 
appeared to be intoxicated as I was able to 
smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage on 
her breath and her belligerent behavior.

While speaking to Fender to ascertain what 
happened prior to my arrival, she stated to 
me she had gotten into an altercation with 
individuals who she stated she did not 
know. Fender made speaking to her difficult 
as she became argumentative and 
continued to be belligerent by being loud 
and swearing. Fender was told several 
times to calm down and to refrain from 
acting the way she was. As a result of 
Fender refusing to calm down and refrain 
from acting disorderly, I was instructed to 
detain her for disorderly conduct. I had to 
give Fender several commands to turn 
around and place
her hands behind her back.

Fender did turn around but instead put her 
hands on the hood of #303 and continued 
to yell and swear at officers. After failing to 
obey my commands to put her hands 
behind her back, I grabbed ahold of her 
hands and placed them behind her back 
and then handcuffed her (gapped and 
double locked). Fender made comments 
towards myself and the other officers on 
scene such as, "don't threaten me" (sic) and 
"you can't do this, I have money" (sic). After 
Fender was detained for disorderly conduct 
while intoxicated and persistence, she was 
placed into the back of marked unit #303 
and subsequently advised by Patrolman 
Brindack that she was under arrest.


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Sebring Police Story
ARREST REPORT
Case No: 18006024
CRIMINAL
175 W Ohio 
Donieslic Violence


On 06/04/2018 1 Officer Rober was 
dispatched to 175 W Ohio for domestic 
violence.

REPORTING OFFICER: Rober, Jr., Jeffrey


On 06/04/2018 I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to 175 W Ohio for a physical 
domestic violence. Upon arrival I noticed 
Donald Hill pinning Allen Reed to the 
ground yelling "you're done". I then 
detained Allen and placed Allen in the back 
of Unit 304 and started gathering 
Information.

I then spoke with Joann Martin and she 
stated that this all started over a weed 
eater.  Joann told me that Donald came into 
the front living room asking Allen where the 
weed eater was at which Allem got instantly 
angry pushing Donald then putting his hand 
around Donalds neck causing a red mark  
around his neck. Donald then pulled Allen 
on the ground pining him down until the 
police came.

After speaking with Joann I spoke with 
Donald Hill which he advised the same 
story that Joann advised.  I asked Donald if 
he is going to sign the domestic violence 
packet which he stated he will.  Donald then 
provided to me a written statement and 
signed the domestic violence packet.

I then spoke with Allen and advised him that 
he is under arrest for domestic violence 
which he then replied he didn't do anything 
and that he wants EMS because he is 
injured. I advised dispatch about above 
which a short time later EMS arrived on 
scene. After EMS checked Allen out Fire 
Chief Anderson stated he is fine other than 
he is drunk upon nothing further EMS 
cleared.

I then transported Allen to the Sebring 
Police department for processing. I then 
asked Allen for a statement which he 
replied he will not provide a statement. After 
processing Alllen was transported St 
Elizabeth Austintown for clearance since 
MCJC did not accept him. After Allen was 
medically discharged he was taken back to 
MCJC for processing. 

Upon nothing further I cleared and returned 
1 to the village



REPORTING OFFICER: Rober, Jr., Jeffrey


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Wednesday, June 06, 2018
10:11 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-006009 
DATE: 06/02/2018 17:35:00


On 06/02/2018, I while on foot patrol at the 
fireman's festival observed Travis Dick 
whom I knew to be a sex offender, walking 
in the crowd full of children. I spoke to Chief 
Brian Anderson whom advised that he 
wanted charges pressed against Travis. 

I went up to Travis and advised him that he 
was not permitted to be at the festival. 
Travis was then taken into custody, and 
taken back to station. Travis was charged 
with two counts of Criminal Trespass. Travis 
was processed, fingerprinted, and 
photographed. Travis was given an OR 
Bond in the amount of $1000. Travis Was 
given a court date for 06/07/2018 at 0900.



REPORTING OFFICER: Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006003
Sebring Fire Department
Criminal Tresspass


Arrested: Travis Dick , 636 South 15th 
Street, Sebring Ohio 44672


COURT APPEARANCE - DATE AND TIME
MCC#3 6/7/18 0900


On 06/01/2018, While at the Sebring 
Fireman's Festival I was approached by 
several Sebring Fire Line officers whom 
were questioning as to how a sex offender 
was allowed to be near children at their 
festival. I looked further into the registry and 
found that Travis Dick registered as a Tier 1 
sex offender March of this year. I was 
unable to find the terms of his registration. I 
placed a call to Detective Harris at the 
Mahoning County Sheriffs Department for 
assistance locating his registration 
information, and they advised that they 
would return my call on 06/04/20/18. 


Redfern 504


While doing more research into this matter 
it was found that Travis' presence at the 
festival is a direct violation of SCO 533.15, 
which states that no registered sex offender 
can be on village property for events. The 
SCO advises that he is in violation of 
Criminal Trespass.

Redfern 504


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006013
Traffic / Criminal
1935 S. 12th St.
Speed 74/35
No Passing, Zone
OVI 
Obstructing Official Business
Failure to comply with order or signal of PO



On Sunday, June 3, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda attempted to perform a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of an adult 
male for operating a motor vehicle while 
intoxicated, obstructing official business and 
failure to comply with order of a police 
officer.

Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



While patrolling north on S 12th St in 
marked unit #301 with my fonvard mounted 
radar antenna activated, I observed a digital 
read out of 74 MPH in a posted 35 MPH 
zane from a vehicle traveling towards me. 
After the vehicle passed me, I activated my 
overheard emergency lights, audible siren, 
and performed a U-turn and attempted to 
stop the vehicle. While attempting to stop 
the vehicle, Patrolman Scott radioed to me 
and advised the vehicle just passed another 
in a no passing zone at which point I 
advised Patrolman Scott of the vehicle's 
speed and that I was attempting to stop the 
vehicle.


I observed the vehicle then pull into the 
front yard of 1935 S 12th Street next to 
another vehice parked in the yard. 

Upon finally pulling.up to and behind the 
vehicle, a silver Chevrolet Silverado bearing 
Ohio registration HCG3461, I advised 
dispatch the vehicle was no 
1onger.occupied as 1 was unable to see 
anyone inside. 

Upon exiting my patrol car, I was able to 
confirm that occupant(s) of the vehicle had 
fled. Patrolman Scott arrived on scene at 
this time to assist at which point I requested 
the assistance of Smith Township 
Patrolman Caughey. Patrolman Scott. 
Caughey and I then searched the area for 
the driver, believed to be Jordan Smith as 
advised by dispatch. 

Dispatch also advised that Smith may be 
wearing a short sleeved red shirt after a 
citizen phoned the station with information 
regarding the driver of the vehicle. Dispatch 
also advised the driver was 6' 5" and 250lbs 
with brown hair. Ohio State Patrol Trooper 
Baker atso arrived on the scene to assist in 
the search for Smith.

After being unable to locate the driver, I 
advised dispatch to send a tow truck to the 
scene to remove the vehicle from the yard. 
While getting ready to perform an 
administrative inventory of the vehicle, I 
observed Patrolman Scott with his weapon 
drawn shouting at someone laying down on 
the north side of the residence. 

After unholstering my duty weapon and 
approaching where Patrolman Scott was, a 
tall white male wearing a red short sleeve 
shirt emerged from the tall grass with his 
hands up. The subject was ordered to the 
ground at gunpoint, proned out and 
handcuffed. The subject, later identified as 
Jordan Smith, had a cast on his right arm 
which prevented us from being able to 
properly handcuff him. I then advised 
Patrolman Scott to handcuff his left arm to 
one of the rear belt loops, 

While interacting with Smith a strong odor 
of an alcoholic beverage was detected on 
his breath and it was also observed Smith 
had red glossy eyes and difficulty 
maintaining his balance. Smith was 
subsequently placed into the back of 
marked unit #301. When asked by 
Patrolman Scott if he would submit to field 
sobriety tests, Smith refused and 
subsequently refused to a breath test.

When asked why he did not want to submit 
to tests, Smith stated to us because he 
knew he wouldn't pass them.

While placing Smith into the back of #301, 
he stated to officers he didn't stop because 
he didn't want to talk to us and that he 
pulled into the yard of the residence 
because he wanted to visit his friend that 
resided there, After Smith was placed into 
the back of #301, I advised he was under 
arrest for OVI - Officer Observations, 
Obstruction and failure to comply and 
subsequently read him his Miranda Rights. 

During the course of the administrative 
inventory prior to the truck being towed, 
Patrolman Scott located a pipe that was 
bagged, confiscated and later logged into 
evidence on station. 

Springer Tawing & Repair arrived and 
towed the vehicle from the scene. Smith 
was then transported back to the station to 
be processed.


Upon arriving at the station, Smith was 
photographed and processed. I read BMV 
Form 2255 to Smith and again asked if he 
wished to submit to a breath test, which he 
refused. After reading the form to Smith, he 
provided his signature and was given his 
copy. Smith was issued citation #031123 for 
ORC 4511.21 Speed - Over Limits (74135)- 
4511.19A3A OVI and 4511.31 No Passing 
Zone.

Smith's Ohio Driver's License was 
confiscated as a result of his refusal. 
Throughout the entire interaction with 
Smith, from the time on scene to the time 
on station, he was very irate, angry, and 
continued to berate and swear at officers for 
arresting him.

Smith was transported to Mahoning County 
Justice Center in Youngstown and is set to 
appear in Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, June 7,2018 at 0900 for ORC 
4511.19A1A OVI M-1 , 2921.31 Obstructing 
Official Business M-2 and 2921.331 Failure 
to Comply M-1 with a bail set at $2,700.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513


On 06/03/2018 I Ptl. Scott was traveling 
south on S 12th St. and I witnessed a 
pickup truck which was several car lengths 
ahead of me pass another vehicle. I then 
observed red and blue emergency lights 
whiyh was Ptl. Marchionda in marked unit 
#301 performing a U-turn. I then radioed 
Ptl. Marchionda to advlse him of what I 
observed and Ptl. Marchionda relayed that 
he was attempting to stop the vehicle and 
that the vehicle was continuing to travel 
south.

I observed the vehicle pull away from Ptl. 
Marchionda which appeared to be a high 
rate of speed. Ptl. Marchionda relayed that 
he observed a digital read out of 74mph 
corning from the vehicle, I then observed 
the vehicle pull into a residence and Ptl. 
Marchionda eventually pulled behind the 
vehicle near the residence and relayed that 
the driver had fled from the vehicle. I then 
activated my emergency overhead lights 
along with my audible siren and proceeded 
to Ptl. Marchionda's location.

Once I arrived Ptl. Marchionda briefed me 
of the situation and both officers including 
Smith Twp. Ptl. Caughey searched the area 
for the driver which was believed to be 
Jordan Smith. A description was given to 
officers from dispatched including what 
Smith was wearing which was received 
from a resident who called the station. 
OSHP Trooper Baker was on a traffic stop 
near the incident and asked if we needed 
assistance in searching for Smith in which I 
requested for him to do so. I then told Ptl. 
Caughey to search east on St. Rt 62. I 
stayed on scene and walked towards the 
north side of the
residence where I could hear a dog barking 
and I searched the area once more and 
observed a male matching the description 
laying in tall grass next to the house.

I un holstered and drew my duty weapon on 
the individual and ordered him to come out 
of the grass with his hands above his head. 
The individual did so and came out from the 
grass and I ordered him to lay face down on 
the ground in which he did. Ptl. Marchionda 
drew his weapon once he arrived to where I 
was at while I placed the individual in hand 
restraints and placed the individual into 
marked unit #301. The male was identified 
as Jordan Smith and Jordan did admit to 
driving and not pulling over due to him not 
wanting to talk to police. Jordan also stated 
the he was next to the house to visit the 
home owner. The home owner did know the 
individual but was not expecting him. The 
home owner was asleep and had to be 
woken up to inform him of the incident.

Officers then performed an inventory of the 
vehicle and upon the inventory I recovered 
a pipe and confiscated it which was placed 
into evidence locker #2 after it was 
photographed and tagged. While on scene 
Jordan appeared to be intoxicated. Jordan 
had trouble balancing, had a strong odor of 
an alcoholic beverage coming from his 
person, and had red glassy eyes. I asked 
Jordan if he would consent to field sobriety 
testing in which he refused and stated that 
he would fail the tests if he attempted to 
preform them. Jordan was placed under 
arrest for OVI refusal, failure to comply with 
an order or signal of a police officer, and 
obstruction of official business and had his 
rights read to him by Ptl. Marchionda which 
I witnessed.

The vehicle was towed to Springer's Towing 
and Jordan transported back to the station. 
While back at station Jordan was swearing 
and being verbally argumentative towards 
officers. Jordan was processed and 
photographed but not fingerprinted due to 
his right arm being in a cast. I then informed 
Jordan that he was being transported to the 
Mahoning County Jail due to his actions 
and being a flight risk. Jordan became even 
more difficult. Ptl. Marchionda then 
transported Jordan to the jail which 
accepted Jordan and Jordan is scheduled 
to appear in Mahoning County Court #3 at 
9:OOam for the listed charges. 

Ptl. Scott #506
06/03/2018





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 118006012
TRAFFIC
W. Ohio Ave. / 20th St.
Traffic Control Devices


On 06/03/2018 at 2:02am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary at the 
intersection of N. Johnson Rd. and W. Ohio 
Ave. when I witnessed a vehicle traveling 
east on W. Ohio Ave. go through the 
intersection without coming to a complete 
stop. I then pulled out and positioned my 
cruiser behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on W. Ohio Ave. near 2oth St.

The vehicle was a 2009 KLQ Optima 
bearing an Ohio license plate (HDA9002). I 
then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and identified myself 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 documents except the proof of 
insurance. The driver was identified as 
Angelica Rhodes.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Angelica a traffic citation for Traffic control 
devices SCO 313.01 with a court date of 
6/7/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3. Once 
Angelica signed the citation I then provided 
her with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Na.: 18006011
TRAFFIC
W OHIO AVW 17TH ST', SEBRING, OH 
SAFETY BELT - FAILURE TO WEAR 
(DRIVER)



On Saturday, June 2,2018, I, Patrolman 
Mnrchionda, was patrolling west on W Ohio 
Ave near N 16th St in marked unit #301. I 
observed a red Pontiac Sunfire bearing 
Ohio registration HGL9129 in front of me 
that did not have illuminated tail lights. I 
then activated my overhead emergency 
lights to signal a traffic stop. The vehicle 
came to a complete stop at W Ohio Ave 
and N 17th St. Upon making contact with 
the driver, identified as Macala Kelly, I 
identified myself and informed her for the 
reason of the stop. Kelly then realized she 
had forgotten to turn her headlights on 
which also activated the tail lights. I asked 
Kelly for her driver's Iicense and insurance 
information. Kelly was able to produce her 
driver's Iicense but not her insurance 
information and stated to me she may have 
accidentally thrown it away.

I observed Kelly was not wearing her 
seatbelt while speaking to her and asked if 
she had it on prior to being stopped. Kelly 
admitted to me she had not been wearing 
her seatbelt because it chokes her. Kelly 
was given a verbal warning for the tail lights 
violation and issued citation #03 1122 for 
Village Ordinance 337.27 Safety Belt - 
Failure to Wear (Driver). Kelly was advised 
of her mandatory court appearance before 
Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
June
7,2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
06.03.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006005
Traffic
Courtney Rd. / N. 12th St.
Traffic Control Devices


On 06/01/2018 at 6:30am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N. 12th St. and was traveling to 
Courtney Rd. When I came to the 
intersection of N. 12th St and Courtney Rd. 
I observed a vehicle traveling from the west 
come to the intersection and drove through 
the intersection of N. l2th St. and Courtney 
Rd. without attempting to stop at the stop 
sign and praceeded to travel west on 
Courtney Rd.

I then positioned my cruiser behind the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on 
Courtney Rd. west of N. 12th St . the 
vehicle was a 1969 grey Mercury 2-door 
bearing an Ohio license plate (HFW3968). I 
then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and identified myself and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop.

I then requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received a11 but the proof of insurance. 
The driver was identified as Cole Chumney 
and once the driver was identified I then 
returned to my cruiser. I then wrote Cole a 
traffic citation for traffic control devices ORC 
4511.12A and gave Cole a court date of 
6/14/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required for MCC#3. Once 
Cole signed the citation I then provided 
Cole with a copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #SO6
6/2/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005219
Criminal 
MCC#3


On 05-30-2018 I was met on station for a 
forgery report. I spoke with Roy Manypenny 
who advised the he made a verbal deal with 
a male by the name of Clifford Mullan.  Roy 
advised that Clifford was going to buy his 
truck from him in the amount of $1,500. Roy 
advised that Clifford gave him a $1,000 
deposit and Roy in return gave him the keys 
and the title with the understanding that 
when Clifford finished paying the vehicle off 
that the title would be signed over and 
transferred. Roy advised that Clifford had 
the title forged and notarized and 
transferred already. Roy advised that he got 
a copy of the title from MCC#3 and that was 
not his signature on the owner line. Roy 
advised that he wanted to
pursue charges. I obtained a statement 
from Roy and I then cleared.


On 05/30/2018,I further,looked at the 
document and found that the Notary who 
certified the paperwork was Betty Glynn. I 
went to Betty's residence in Salem. 1 spoke 
with Betty whom advised that the title was 
already signed when it came to her. Betty 
advised that she notarized the title with It 
completely filled out. Betty filled out a 
Statement and I then cleared.


On 05-30-2018 I spoke with Clifford Mullan 
whom advised that the agreed price of the 
vehicle was $1,000 and that when he made 
the payment to Roy, Roy gave him the keys 
and the title. Clifford advised that they were 
suppose to go to the Notary several times 
to have the title signed over. Clifford 
advised that roughly a week af€er the 
transaction was made Roy contacted him 
stating that he feels as if the vehicle was 
worth more and wanted an additional $500. 
Clifford advised at that point he instructed 
his wife to sign Roy's name on the title and 
he would take care of the notary, Roy filled 
out a statement and he then cleared.


On 05-30-2018 I spoke with Julie Mullan 
whom advised that she received the title 
from her husband and he instructed her to 
forge Roy's name on the owner portion of 
the title.  Julie complied with the request 
and Clifford took the document to the 
notary.


On 05-30-2018 I spoke with prosecutor 
Tolson whom advised to file F4 Forgery 
charges on Julie and F4 Complicity to 
Forgery on Clifford. State Complaints wilt 
be taken to MCC#3.



Officer Redfern 504


On 5/31/2018 I responded to Mahoning 
County Court 3 to pick up Julie and Clifford 
on warsants 18CRA155 and 18CRA156. 
Julie was fingerprinted, photographed, and 
had DNA collected. Clifford was 
photographed and fingerprinted, Both 
individuals were then transported back to 
MCC#3 for arraignment. I then cleared.


Ptl. Kelm #505



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005233
Traffic


On 5/31/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a beige car turn 
south on N 151h St from Ohio Ave when 
the traffic light was red. I was able to get 
caught up to the vehicle in the area of S 
15th St and California Ave and I activated 
my overhead lights. The vehicle, bearing 
Ohio plate ETR3128 turned on E Florida 
Ave and eventually stopped at E Florida 
Ave and S 14th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Kainan M. 
Ferguson-Smith. Kainan advised he was 
sitting in the intersection and wanted to 
clear the intersection even though the light 
had been red. Upon running Kainan through 
dispatch, it was determined that his driver's 
license was suspended for license forfeiture 
out of Alliance court. Kainan was issued a 
citation for DUS - License Forfeiture 335.07 
SCO and Traffic Control Device - Red Light 
313.01 SCO. 

A valid driver responded to the scene and 
operated the vehicle. Kainan was advised 
of his court date at MCC #3 on 6/7/2018 at 
0900 hours with a personal appearance 
required to which he advised he 
understood. Kainan was unable to provide 
proof of insurance on the vehicle at the time 
of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503
5/31/2018



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Tuesday, June 05, 2018
09:55 AM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005234 
traffic
Courtney Rd / N 12th St


On 5/31/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser I was parked in the shipping 
and receiving area of "Famous distribution" 
in the 300 block of Courtney Rd facing west 
when I observed a silver car travelling east 
on Courtney Rd at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I activated handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle at 53mph in a 35 mph. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a Silver 
Chrysler bearing OH GOA6094 on 
Courtney Rd near N 12th St. I made contact 
with the driver identified as Alexandria 
Martin.

Alexandria was issued a citation for speed 
333.03 and given a Court date at MCC#3 of 
07/14/18 at 0900hrs with a personal
appearance not required, I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005235 
DATE: " 05/31/2018 19:44:00
Warrant Arrest
N 14th St and E Indiana Ave


On 5/31/2018, while on patrol, I observed a 
female who had an entered warrant.


While on patrol near E Indiana Ave and N 
14th St, I observed a female whom I knew 
to be Heather Young. I had dispatch check 
for entered arrest warrants to which they 
advised Heather had an entered warrant 
(W18-1142) out of Stark County Sheriffs 
Office for aggravated possession of drugs.

Dispatch advised Stark County wanted her 
for the warrant at which point she was 
placed in custody.

Ptl. Brindack then transported Heather to 
Payless Shoe Store at St Rt 62 and 
Mahoning Ave where she was turned over 
to Stark County.



Reporting Officer Sgt Eberling 503



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18006002 
Traffic  
S. 15th st. / Texas Ave. 
Speed 38/255 , SCO 333.03


OR 06/01/2018 at 6:30am I Ptl, Scott while 
in a marked patrol car 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 cruiser's mounted 
radar unit and I observed a speed of 38mph 
in a 25mph zone. The vehicle then passed 
my cruiser and I then turned my cruiser 
around and initiated a traffic stop on S. 15Ih 
St. and Texas Ave.

The vehicle was a 2014 white Chevrolet 
Impala bearing an Ohio license plate 
(DOQ9428). I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the vehicle and identified 
myself and informed the driver of the 
reason for the stop. The driver admitted to 
speeding because they were running late to 
work. I requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received.

The driver was identified as Demetria 
Gattis. I then returned to my cruiser and 
wrote Demetria a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and gave Demetria a court 
date of 6/14/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required for MCC#3. Once 
Demetria signed the citation I provided her 
with a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
06/01/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005220 
Traffic - speed 50/35
100 block S. 12th St.


On 5/30/2018 at 1343hrs while sitting 
stationary on S. 12th St in a marked patrol 
car I observed a red in color Ford SUV 
traveling north at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I locked in the vehicles speed at 
50mph in a 35mph zone with my handheld 
Lidar unit. I initiated a traffic stop in the 100 
block S. 12th St. I identified the driver as 
Rita Biller and informed her of the season 
for the stop. I requested her drives's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
which she provided. I then issued Rita a 
traffic citation for speed SCO 333.03 and 
cited her into MCC#3 with a court date of 
6/7/2018 at 0900hrs with no personal 
appearance required. After Rita signed the 
citation I provided her with a copy and then 
cleared.



Ptl. KeIm #505



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005221
Traffic - speed 52/35
S 12th St / E Georgia Ave


OR 05/30/18 while in a marked patrol car I 
was parked in the entry way to Heritage 
Oaks in the 200 block S 12th St facing 
south. I observed a black in color SUV 
travelling north at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I activated handheld radar and 
clocked the vehicle at 52mph in a clearly 
posted 35mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop 
on the vehicle a 2018 Hyundai Sante Fe 
bearing OH WF5394 and the vehicle was 
stopped on E Georgia Ave near S 12th St . 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Christopher Alan Saling Jr., Christopher 
was issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 06/07/178 
at 0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required.



Ptl. Brindack 508




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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
CaseNo.: 18005222
traffic - speed 52/35


On 05/30/18 while in a marked patrol car I 
was parked in shipping and receiving area 
of "Famous distributions" in the 300 block of 
Courtney Rd facing west, I observed a 
white car pass me travelling west at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated 
handheld Radar and clocked the vehicle at 
52mph in a clearly posted 35mph zone. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a White 
Dodge Charger bearing MI DMP0348 which 
was stopped in the parking lot of unifrax 
near S Johnson Rd. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Joseph Dale Slybaugh. Joseph was issued 
a citation for speed 333.03 and given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 06/07/18 at 0900hrs 
with a personal appearance not required. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Btindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005224
Traffic - Speed (49/35)
S 12th St near Georgia Ave. Sebring, OH


On 5/30/20 18, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a maroon SUV 
traveling north on S 1 2th St at a visibly high 
rate of speed near Alabama Ave. I activated 
my radar unit which confirmed the speed to 
be 49 mph in a clearly posted 35 mph zone. 
I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, 
bearing Ohio plate FEN3619 on S 12th St 
near Georgia Ave. Upon approaching the 
vehicle, I made contact with the driver, who 
was identified as Tracy A. Bigboy. 

Tracy advised she was not from the area 
and her child was screaming in the 
backseat and did not see the speed limit 
signs. I advised Tracy that she passed two 
separate speed limit signs prior to me 
stopping her and her child was asleep.

Tracy was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of her court date 
at MCC #3 on 6/7/2018 at 0900 hours.




Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005227
TRAFFIC
E OHIO AVE/N 14TH ST, SEBRING, OHIO
DUS - NON COMPLIANCE
SAFETY BELT - FAILURE TO WEAR 
(DRIVER)


On Wednesday, May 30,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling east on W Ohio 
Avenue towards N 15th St in marked unit 
#304. While patrolling, I observed a maroon 
Chevrolet Blazer in front of me bearing Ohio 
registration HFW4972 and could hear the 
vehicle's exhaust emitting an excessive 
noise. After relaying the vehicle's 
registration through dispatch, I conducted a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle came to a 
complete stop on E Ohio Avenue at N 14th 
St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Chad M. Richmond, I identified 
myself and informed him of the reason for 
the stop. I then asked Richmond to produce 
his driver's license and proof of insurance. 
Richmond informed me his driver's license 
was suspended and produced an Ohio 
Identification Card. Richmond was unable 
to provide me with insurance 
documentation and advised me the vehicle 
belonged to his girlfriend. While speaking 
with Richmond, I observed that he was not 
wearing his seat belt. I asked.Richmond if 
he had his seat belt on prior to stopping him 
and he admitted to me that he never had 
his seat belt on. After running Richmond's 
identification card through dispatch, I was 
advised his license was under a 
noncompliance suspension.

I then informed Richmond to attempt to 
make contact with a licensed driver to come 
and retrieve the vehicle. At this time, 
Patrolman Scott arrived on scene to assist. 
It was relayed to me by Patrolman Scott 
that Richmond's cell phone died and was 
unable to make contact with anyone. At this 
time, I advised dispatch to send a tow truck 
to the location. 

Richmond was issued citation #031120 for 
Village Ordinances 335.07 Driving Under 
Suspension - Noncompliance, 337.21 
Safety Belt: Failure to Wear (Driver) and 
advised of his mandatory appearance 
before Mahoning County Court #3 on 
Thursday, June 7,2018 at 0900.

An administrative inventory of the vehicle 
was conducted and subsequently towed 
from the scene by Springer Towing & 
Repair. I then provided Richmond with a 
courtesy transport to 11631 Duck Creek 
Lane in Goshen Township as the 
circumstances would have rendered him 
stranded in the village.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
05.31.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: . 18005228
Traffic
E. Ohio Ave. / N. 12th St.
Driving Under Suspension


On 05/31/2018 at 1:16am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary at the 
Huntington Bank on E. Ohio Ave. I 
observed an individual driving a vehicle that 
I knew was suspended pulling out of the 
Circle K parking lot. I then pulled out of the 
parking of the Huntington Bank and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle. I then 
initiated a traffic
stop near E. Ohio Ave. and N 12th and the 
vehicle then pulled into their residence.

The vehicle was a gold 2004 Pontiac 4 door 
bearing an Ohio license plate (HBQ1775).

I then exited the vehicle and identified 
myself and informed the driver of the 
reason for the traffic stop. I then requested 
their drives's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received none. I was 
able to identify the driver as Krystal Fredrick 
which when her information was ran 
through dispatch I was advised that Krystal 
was suspended. I informed Krystal of her 
suspension in which she stated she had no 
knowledge of the suspension.

I then wrote Krystal a traffic citation for 
driving under Suspension SCO 335.07 and 
gave Krystal a court date of 6/7/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3. Once Ksystal signed 
the citation I then provided her with a copy 
and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
5/31/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005229 
TRAFFIC
E MARYLAND AVE/N 13TH ST
CHILD SUPPORT


On Thursday, May 31,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 at the 
corner of E Ohio Ave and N l4lh St. I 
observed a red Chevrolet Cavalier depart 
from Circle K on N 14th Street and turn east 
onto E Maryland Ave. I then began to follow 
the vehicle on E Maryland Ave as I was 
able to hear the vehicle's exhaust emitting 
an excessive noise. I then conducted a 
traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle, a red 
Chevrolet Cavalier bearing Ohio registration 
GTha7483, came to a complete stop on E 
Maryland Ave at N 13th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Tiffany Bolen, I identified 
myself and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I then asked Bolen for her drives's 
license, registration and insurance 
information. Bolen was unable to produce 
any of the aforementioned documents but 
was able to provide me with her name and 
date of birth. Bolen was accompanied by a 
male passenger, identified as Mark Mueller, 
who was able to provide me with 
identification upon request. I asked Bolen if 
she did in fact have a valid driver's license 
and she stated to me she did but left it at 
home. After relaying Bolen's information 
through dis atch, I was notified that Bolen's 
license was under a Child Support 
suspension.

Patrolman Scott arrived on scene shortly 
thereafter to assist. I then advised dispatch 
to send a tow truck to the location. Bolen 
and Mueller then exited the vehicle and 
were advised they were detained until the 
traffic stop was concluded. Patrolman Scott 
then conducted an administrative inventory 
of the vehicle. Bolen was issued citation 
#031121 for Village Ordinance 335.07 
Driving Under Suspension -Child Support 
and advised of her mandatory court 
appearance before Mahoning County Court 
#3 on Thursday, June 7,2018 at 0900. After 
the administrative inventory of the vehicle 
was concluded, Bolen and Mueller were 
released from the scene on foot.

The vehicle was then towed from the scene 
by Springer Towing & Repair.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
05.31.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005213
TRAFFIC - SPEED 50/35


On 05/29/18 I was parked in a marked 
police cruiser in the shipping and receiving 
area of "Famous distribution" in the 300 
block of Courtney Rd facing north. I 
observed a tan car travelling at a visibly 
high rate of speed. I activated handheld 
Radar and clocked the vehicle at 50mph in 
a clearly marked 35mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle a tan Chevy 
Impala bearing OH DPH7070 on Courtney 
Rd near N 12th St. 

I made contact with the driver identified as 
Damian F Perry. Damian was issued a 
citation for speed 333.03 and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 05/29/18 at 0900hrs with 
a personal appearance not required. I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508



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03:13 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY 
Case No.: 18005207
REPORT DATE: 05/28/2018 21.38 00
336 E. Indiana Ave. Sebring, OH
DOC W/ Persist M-4


On 5/28/2018, I was dispatched to 336 E 
lndiana Ave for a loud music complaint.

Sgt. Eberling #503



Upon arrival, Ptl. Rober and I made contact 
with Brian P. Tewksbury and Joshua A. 
Hanshaw. I attempted to speak with Brian 
on his property at 336 E Indiana Ave as Ptl. 
Rober spoke with Joshua at 326 E Indiana 
Ave. Brian was very worked up and would 
not follow basic instructions. Brian advised 
he did have his music up but wanted 
Joshua to just tell him to turn it down and 
not us. Brian advised that Joshua was 
allegedly threatening to harm himself and 
was concerned. 

Due to the two having issues In the past, I 
advised Brian to just remain on his porch 
while we spoke with Joshua separate. 

Brian refused to comply and walked to the 
edge of his property and kept yelling 
obscenities towards Josh. I advised Brian 
multiple times to stop and go back to his 
porch so we could speak to Josh separate. 
Brian then continued to yell obscenities in 
the area of young children and concerned 
neighbors after being told multiple times to 
calm down. 

Brian was then placed under arrest for 
Disorderly Conduct with Persist 2917.11(E)
(3)(a) M-4 and placed in the back of my 
patrol car. Officers then spoke with Joshua 
who advised he would never harm himself 
but was tired of Brian playing his music loud 
and yelling at him. Joshua was advised to 
try and avoid contact with Brian in the future 
due to them not being able to get along to 
which he advised he would. Joshua was 
advised that if problems continue to contact 
the police department and we will help out.

Brian was transported back to headquarters 
where he was processed and released on 
his own recognizance and given a court 
date at MCC #3 on 5/31/2018 at 0900 
hours. Brian was just arrested by this 
department on 5/25/2018 for the same 
offense and has the same court date for this 
offense.



Sgt. Eberling #503


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:
On 05/28/20781 Offtcer Rober along with 
Sergeant Eberling was dispatched to 336 E 
Indiana for a loud music complaint and 
possible fighting. Upon arrival Sgt Eberling 
was already on scene speaking with the 
suspect Brian Tewksbury and I began to 
speak with Josh Hanshaw and Tabitha 
Ferguson,

Both individuals stated to me that Brian was 
blaring his music so loud that it can be 
heard from around the block. That's when 
Josh stated that he went over to Brian's 
house and asked him to turn it down and 
that's when an altercation took place.

Josh stated that he is mentally handicapped 
and that he is not going to harm himself 
despite what Brian says to the other officer.


PTL Rober 511



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005197
437 N 15th St., Sebring
Domestic Violence M4


On 5/26/2018 at 12:07am I Ptl. Scott along 
with Ptl. Marchionda responded to a 
disturbance at 437 N. 75th St.


Ptl. Scott #506
5/26/2078



Upon arrival I entered the residence and 
was met by Holly Huston and she stated 
that her son Trent Maxwell had picked up a 
baseball bat and started to damage 
property inside her house. Holly stated that 
at one point Trent pointed the baseball bat 
at her and threatened her with it. Holly 
stated that Trent eventually calmed down 
and put the baseball bat down and went 
upstairs into his room. I then walked 
upstairs to look for Trent which was when 
Ptl. Marchionda arrived and assisted me in 
searching for Trent.

While upstairs Holly yelled that he was 
outside and Me along with Ptl. Marchionda 
exited the residence and observed Trent 
next to marked unit #301 eating apple 
sauce asking to be taken away.

I asked Trent what happened and Trent 
stated that he wanted to leave. I asked 
Trent if he used a baseball bat to threaten 
his mother and Trent stated "Yes". I 
instructed Ptl. Marchionda to detain Trent 
with hand restraints and to place him in the 
back of marked unit #301 in which Ptl. 
Marchionda did.

Holly then came outside and I asked Holly if 
she wanted to pursue criminal charges 
against Trent and Holly stated "Yes". I then 
obtained a domestic violence packet and 
informed Holly that Trent would be charged 
with Domestic violence 2919.25(C) M-4 for 
threatening Holly and making her believe 
that there was an actual threat to her well 
being in which she agreed and signed for 
the charges. 

Once the domestic packet was finished and 
the charges where signed I gained 
statements and photographs of the scene 
which consisted of damaged property and 
the baseball bat used to carry out the act. I 
gained statements from Holly and her 12 
year old son who witnessed the incident 
and also signed the domestic packet as a 
witness. Holly then informed me that she 
thinks Trent took several oxycontin pills that 
where prescribed to him in which Trent 
denied. Trent stated that he had the pills in 
his dresser in which Holly retrieved.


The pills where in a bottle of twenty 
capsules with a large amount missing. I 
then called for first responders to assist to 
take Trent to the hospital for medical 
clearance. I then placed Trent under arrest 
for domestic violence and his miranda rights 
were read to him by Ptl. Marchionda and 
witnessed by me. First responders arrived 
and observed and questioned Trent if he 
took the pills or not in which Trent denied 
taking them, 

Due to the situation and for Trents safety 
Trent was transported to the Alliance 
Community Hospital by Sebring fire 
personal and Ptf. Marchionda accompanied 
them due to Trent being in custody. Once 
Trent was cleared from the hospital and 
Trent was brought back to station where 
papework was filled out for Mahoning 
County Juvenile Justice Center. 
Ptl.Marchionda then transported Trent to 
the juvenile center and Trent was 
transferred into their custody and cleared 
once the transfer was finished.


Ptl. Scott #506
5/26/2018



Upon my arrival, I, Patrolman Marchionda, 
entered the residence after Patrolman 
Scott. As we attempted to locate Maxwell 
on the second floor of the residence, his 
mother shouted that he was outside. 
Patrolman Scott and I then exited the 
residence and located Maxwell walking 
toward marked car #301 while sipping on 
an unknown substance, later found to be a 
cup of applesauce.

Upon making contact with Maxwell, he 
stated to us he threatened his mom with a 
baseball bat and didn't want to be where he 
was anymore, calling his home a dump and 
wanting to leave with us. Due to the nature 
of the complaint, Maxwell was handcuffed 
behind his back (gapped/dble locked) and 
placed into the back seat of marked unit 
#301. Maxwell also conveyed to us that he 
had taken a large amount of pills and then 
later recanted, stating he only took one 
ibuprofen. At this time, Patrolman Scott 
notified dispatch and requested EMS be 
sent to the scene 

While I remained with Maxwell, Patrolman 
Scott went back into the residence with a 
domestic violence packet. Patrolman Scott 
came back out a short time later and 
advised that Huston had signed domestic 
violence charges against her son. I then 
advised Maxwell was under arrest and read 
him his Miranda Rights and asked if he 
understood them. Maxwell stated he 
understood his rights. 

Members of the Sebring Fire Department 
arrived on scene, including Chief Anderson. 
It was conveyed to Anderson by Maxwell 
that he did not overdose on pills, later 
revealed to be oxycontin, and that there 
were approximately 6 pills in a drawer 
located somewhere in the house.

After relaying information about the pills to 
Patrolman Scott and with the assistance of 
Maxwell's mother, Patrolman Scott located 
7 pills that Maxwell said were oxyeantin. 
The 7 pills were then placed into an 
evidence bag and secured in unit #301. 
Chief Anderson was able to obtain a 
prescription bottle dated 5/23/2018 with a 
qty. of 220 pills. Maxwell stated to Anderson 
he took 2 pills as directed on one of the 
previous days and then subsequently took 
another 8 in an attempt to commit suicide, 
but changed his mind and threw them back 
up. I then took the 7 pills in the evidence 
bag and placed them into the prescription 
bottle and secured the bottle In my patrol 
bag. 

Maxwell's cuffs were removed at this time 
and he was placed into Medic-2 and 
transported to Alliance Community Hospital 
for medical evaluation. Maxwell made 
several utterances that he would flee from 
the hospital should he end up being 
admitted. I advised dispatch that I would be 
following Medic-2 to the hospital while 
Patrolman Scott remained on scene.


After arriving at Alliance Community 
Hospital, fD personnel advised me Maxwell 
remained calm and cooperative during 
transport. While in the emergency room, 
Maxwell made several utterances to me 
that although he did destroy property within 
the residence and threaten his mom with 
the bat, that he would not actually hit her. 
Maxwell even uttered at one point that he 
demanded his mom to call the police. The 
nurses working in the emergency room 
advised me that Maxwell's blood work came 
back and he was negative for any type of 
medication or drugs and was cleared for 
release.


Following Maxwell's discharge from Alliance 
Community Hospifal, 1 transported him 
back to the Sebring Police Department for 
further processing. While on station, 
Maxwell was informed he was being 
charged with ORC 2919.25C Domestic 
Violence M4. Maxwell was then transported 
from the Sebring Police Department to the 
Mahoning County Juvenile Justice Center 
In Youngstown. After arriving back at the 
Sebring Police Department, the prescription 
pill bottle labeled as Hydrocodone and pills 
were photographed, logged and secured 
into property locker #1 at 0423.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
05.26.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005190
traffic Seatbelt requited [driver)
Courtney Rd near S 12th St


On 05/25/18 I was parked in a marked 
police cruiser in the shipping and receiving 
area of "Famous distribution" in the 300 
block of Courtney Rd facing north. I 
observed a silver truck travelling East at a 
visibly high rate of speed. I activated the 
department Lidar unit and clocked the 
vehicle at 52mph in a 35mph. I waited for 
the vehicle to pass me and as it did I also 
observed the driver was not wearing her 
seatbelt. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle silver 
GMC truck bearing OH GQR2449 and the 
vehicle stopped on Courtney Rd near S 
121h St. I made contact with the driver 
identified as Shae Marie Marshall. Shae 
was given a verbal warning for her speed 
and was issued a citation for seatbelt 
required 337.27 and given court date at 
MCC#3 of 06/07/18 at 0900hrs with a 
personal appearance not required. I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBIUNG POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005188
TRAFFIC
ST ROUTE 621s JOHNSON RD, 
SEBRING, OR 44672
SPEED - OVER LIMITS (74/55)


On Friday, May 25,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 on State 
Route 62 near S Johnson Rd. I observed a 
silver truck traveling west on State Route 62 
at what appeared to be a high rate of 
speed. 

Using a handheld Genesis-VP, I was able to 
track the vehicle's speed at 74 MPH in a 
posted 55 MPH zone. After locking the
vehicle speed and allowing it to pass my 
location, I pulled out onto State Route 62 
and performed a traffic stop by activating 
my overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren.

The vehicle, a silver 2015 Chevrolet 
Silverado bearing Ohio registration 
GRD9697, came to a complete stop in the 
parking lot of Perkins at the corner of State 
Route 62 and S Johnson Rd.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Ivan Snyder, I identified myself 
and informed him of the reason for the stop. 
I then asked Snyder for his driver's license 
and insurance information, which he was 
able to provide.

Snyder was issued citation #031119 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (74/55) and advised of his court date 
in Mahoning County Court #3 on Thursday, 
June 7,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005187
356 E. Indiana Ave. 
DOC w/ Persist
Criminal


On 5/25/2018 I Ptl. Scott along with Ptl. 
Marchionda were dispatched a second time 
to 366 E. Indiana Ave. for a disturbance.


Upon arrival I met with Brian Tewksbury in 
his driveway again yelling about his phone. 
Brian" child's mother was present and I 
spoke to her and she stated that she woke 
up and started to fight with Brian about his 
missing phone and that Brian and his 
neighbor got into a verbal confrontation. 
Joshua Hanshaw which is his neighbor 
walked over and I spoke with him and he 
stated that he heard loud commotion and 
thought that someone was breaking into his 
residence and he came outside with a knife 
and told Brian to keep it down in which 
Brian threatened to fight him. Brian stated 
that Joshua threatened him with a knife. 
Joshua wanted to pursue criminal charges 
against Brian for threatening him, I then had 
Ptl. Marchionda detain Brian due to him 
pacing and rambling on about Joshua so 
that he would not instigate anything 
between the two.


Joshua also appeared to have a mental 
condition and his story was conflicting. 
Joshua filled out a written statement but the 
statement was not consistent to what he 
told me and it was determined that due to 
Joshua" mental state criminal charges 
would not be pressed against Brian in 
Joshua's behalf due to Joshua not 
completely understanding the 
circumstances or what was happening. 
Marc Muller then approached me and 
showed me a video containing just audio of 
Brian and his child's mother
arguing outside. I could hear Brian 
screaming swearing and breaking glass,

This was the second time being at his 
residence and Brian had disturbed his 
residence" occupants along with his 
neighbors. Brian was ordered prior ta cease 
his erratic behavior and to calm down. I 
then told Ptl. Marchionda to advise Brian 
that he is being placed under arrest for 
disorderly conduct with persistence.

Brian was then transported back to station 
where he was processed. Brian was 
fingerprinted and photographed by Ptl. 
Marchionda. I began papenwork for Brian 
and gave Brian a recognizance bond of 
$500.00 for Disorderly Conduct with 
Persistence 2917.1 ?(E)(3)(a) an M-4 and 
gave Brian a court date of 5/31/201 8 st 
9:OOam. Brian signed his recognizance 
form and was provided a copy of it. I then 
told Brian that he needs to cease his 
actions and that if he thinks someone took 
his phone he should file a police report. Ptl, 
Marchionda then provided Brian a courtesy 
transpost back to his residence.


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005184
S 15th St near E Penn Ave
traffic


On 05/24/18 While on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser I was travelling South on N 
15th St when I observed a Silver car 
Traveling North on South 15th St come over 
the railroad tracks and had a headlight out 
on the passenger side. The vehicle turned 
East onto E Pennsylvania and as it turned I 
also observed the driver was not wearing 
her seatbelt. I initiated a Traffic stop on the 
vehicle a silver Chevy Cobalt bearing OH 
UE743818 in the 100 block of E 
Pennsylvania Ave. I made contact with the 
driver identified as Jessica Marie 
Fotheringham. Jessica was given a warning 
for headlights required and issued a citation 
for Seatbelt required 337.27 and was given 
a court date at MCC#3 of 05/31/18 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance 
required as she could not show proof of 
insurance. I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508
05/24/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005182 
traffic 
Courtney Rd near S 12th St


On 05/24/18 I was parked facing west in a 
mark patrol car in the shipping and 
receiving area of "Famous distribution" in 
the 300 block of Courtney Rd. I observed a 
white SUV travelling east on Courtney Rd at 
a visibly high rate of speed. The vehicle 
was locked in on hand held Radar at 49mph 
in a clearly marked 35mph zone. I initiated 
a traffic stop on the vehicle a White GMC 
Terrain bearing OH HFB7523 and the 
vehicle was stopped on Courtney Rd near S 
12 th St, I made contact with the driver 
identified as John F Medina. John was 
issued a citation for speed 333.03 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 05/31/18 at 
0900hrs with a personal appearance not 
required. I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508
05/24/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005181
W. Ohio Ave. IN. Johnson Rd.
Traffic


On 05/24/2018 at 12:44am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary at W. 
Ohio Ave. and N. Johnson Rd. and 
observed a vehicle traveling west on W. 
Ohio Ave. and did not make a complete 
stop at the intersection of W. Ohio Ave. and 
N. Johnson Rd. which had both a stop sign 
and red flashing lights. I then pulled behind 
the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on W. 
Ohio Ave. west of N. Johnson Rd.

The vehicle was a 2003 blue Dodge truck 
bearing an Ohio license plate (DCU7711). I 
then exited my cruiser and approached the 
vehicle and met with the driver which was 
identified as Christopher Wilke and I 
requested his driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I only 
received the vehicles registration. 
Christopher was identified by name, date of 
birth, and social security number.

I then informed Christopher of the reason 
for the stop and Christopher admitted to not 
coming to a complete stop. I then wrote 
Christopher a traffic citation for traffic 
control devices SCO 313.01 for MCC#3 
with a court date of 5/31/2018 at 9:00am 
with a personal appearance required. Once 
Christopher signed the citation I then 
provided him with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
5/24/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005180
TRAFFIC


On Wednesday, May 23,2018,I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 at the 
corner of N Johnsen Rd and W Ohio Ave. I 
was positioned off N.Johnson Rd facing 
south with the rear radar antenna active. I 
observed through the driver side view mirror 
a vehicle approaching from the north at 
what appeared to be a high rate of speed 
and checked the digital readout on the 
mounted radar unit. As the vehicle passed 
W Virginia Ave, I observed a speed readout 
of 57 MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone. I then 
locked the vehicle's speed in and observed 
the vehicle quickly decelerate before turning 
east onto W Maryland Ave,

I then pulled out onto N Johnson Rd, 
activated my overhead emergency lights 
and made my way onto W Maryland Ave to 
catch up with the vehicle. The vehicle, a red 
Mazda 3 bearing Ohio registration 
GNK6108, came to a complete stop on W 
Maryland Ave near N lgrh St. After relaying 
my location and the vehicle's information to 
dispatch, I was advised by dispatch the 
vehicle matched the description of a vehicle 
that had reportedly drove past the Smith 
Township Police Department at a speed of 
approximately 60 MPH.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Rachel M. Sara, I identified 
myself and advised her of the reason for the 
stop. I asked Sara for her driver license and 
insurance information. Sara was able to 
produce her license but not her insurance 
documentation. Sara was issued citation 
#031118 for Village Ordinance 333.03 
Speed - Over Limits (57/35) and advised of 
her mandatory court appearance before 
MCC #3 on Thursday, May 31,2018 at 
0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
05.24.2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005179
Warrant Pick- Up (Stark County Pur-2)


On 5/23/2018,I picked up a male at 112 E 
Texas Ave on an entered warrant

Sgt. Eberling #503



While on patrol in a marked police miser, I 
observed a male walk inside a detached 
garage at 112 E Texas Ave who I knew to 
have an entered warrant I had dispatch 
venfy that Taylor C. Whan had entered 
warrants to which it was confirmed he had 
two warrants, one from Stark County Sheriff 
Office and one through Aduk Parale. I made 
contact at the residence with Shanda Coen 
and advised her that I observed Taylor walk 
into the garage and shut the door and I 
needed ta speak with him.

Shanda knocked on the door and Taylor 
eventually came outside without 
confrontation. Dispatch confirmed that Stark 
County wanted him at which point he was 
placed in custody for their warrant W18-841 
Pur-2Probation Violation. I transported him 
to Payless Shoes at the corner of Mahoning 
Ave and St Rt 62 where I met up with the 
Stark Cnty then took custody of Taylor and I 
cleared the sene.



Sgt. Eberling #503
5/23/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005177 


On 05/23/18 I was parked in the shipping 
and receiving area of Hiass Fabripart LLC 
at 100 S 12th St Facing South. I observed a 
white SUV travelling North On Sl2th St at a 
visibly high rate of speed. The vehicle was 
clocked with stationary Radar at 48mph in a 
clearly marked 35mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle A White Chevy 
Suburban bearing OH 150YXJ on S 12th St 
near the railroad tracks. I made contact with 
the driver identified as Theresa M Miller, 
Theresa was issued a citation for speed 
333.03 48mph/35mph and given a court 
date at MCC#3 of 05/31/18 at O9OOhrs 
with a personal appearance not required. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508
05/23/18



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005176 
traffic - Speed 53/35
S 12th WE Georgia Ave



On 05/23/18 I was parked in a marked 
patrol car in the entry way of heritage oaks 
in the 200 block of S 12th St facing east, 
when I observed a Blue SUV travelling 
North on S lZt" St. at a visibly high rate of 
speed. The vehicle was clocked on LIDAR 
at 53mph in a clearly marked 35Mph zone. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a blue 
Buick Encore bearing OH EQM6176 on S 
12th St near E Georgia Ave. I made contact 
with the driver identified as Kerry A Hawk. 
Keny was issued a citation for speed 
333.03 53/35 and given a court date at 
MCC#3 of 05/31/18 at 0900hrs with a 
personal appearance not required. I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005173 
Traffic
100 Block S. 12th St


On 5/23/2018 at 0858hrs while sitting 
stationary on S. 12& St. in a marked patrol 
car I observed a black in color Chrysler van 
traveling north at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I locked in the vehicles speed at 
47mph in a 35mph zone with my cruisers 
mounted radar unit. I initiated a traffic stop 
in the 100 block S. 12th St. I identified the 
driver as April
Norris and informed her of the reason for 
the stop. I requested her driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance. April 
was unable to produce proof of financial 
responsibility. I then issued April a traffic 
citation for speed SCO 333.03 and cited her 
into MCC#3 with a court date of 5/31/2018 
at 0900hrs with a personal appearance 
required. After April signed the citation I 
provided her with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Kelm #505
5/23/2018



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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
04:46 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18003129
Agg. Poss. Drugs - Schedule II (Warrant) F-
5
Sebring POLICE STORY



On 5/23/2018 dispatch advised that Goshen 
TWP PD was out with Steven McGrew and 
we had an entered felony warrant on him. 
Chief McDaniel transported  McGrew to 
headquarters where he was placed in 
custody for the felony warrant #18CRB141 
for Aggravated Possession of Drugs - 
Schedule 11 2925.11C1A. McGrew was 
processed and transported to Mahoning 
County Jail on the warrant by Ptl. Brindack 
with a court date at MCC #3 on 5-24-2018 
at 0900 hours. McGrew's DNA was already 
on file therefor it was not collected at the 
time of arrest.


Sgt Eberling 503


On 03/25/2018 I Ptl. Scott made a traffic 
stop which resulted in the driver being cited 
for driving under suspension. While 
preforming an inventory of the vehicle a 
glass pipe containing a white powder 
substance was found and placed into 
evidence. The pipe was placed into a 
property bag and sealed by my self on 
03/28/2018 to be sent to the lab. This close 
will remain open pending lab results for 
possible charges. See traffic narrative 
18003129 for the full report.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/28/2018


Lab results for the glass pipe that was 
confiscated from the vehicle that Steven 
Mcgrew was operating on the night of 
3/25/2018 were obtained and tested 
positive for methamphetamines.

Steven was driving the vehicle and was 
responsible for its contents. Therefore a 
warrant as filed for Steven for Aggravated 
Possession of a Schedule II drug F-5. 
Steven is currently in the Mahoning County 
Jail on this charge.



Ptl. Scott #506



On 03/25/2018 at 1:11am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N. 14"' St. when I observed a vehicle 
that was in front of my cruiser had a license 
plate light that was out. I then initiated a 
traffic stop on N. 14th St. and Indiana Ave. 
the vehicle was a 2003 bronze Cadillac 
Escalade bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HJA5282). I then approached the vehicle 
and informed the driver for the reason of the 
stop and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received none of the documents 
requested. I then asked the driver for their 
information consisting of their name, social, 
and date of birth in which I received and the 
driver was identified as Steven Mcgrew. 

I then was advised through dispatch that 
Steven's driving privileges where 
suspended and I then informed Steven of 
this and instructed him to gather whatever 
items that where valuable because the 
vehicle was being towed. 

I then wrote Steven a traffic citation for 
license plate light SCO 337.04 and driving 
under suspension (Noncompliance) SCO 
335.073 while Ptl. Siranovic stood by. Once 
Steven signed the citation I then issued 
Steven a copy. Springer's Towing then 
arrived and Steven along with his 
passenger Mark Mueller then decided to 
walk to a residence on Indiana Ave. 

I along with Ptl. Siranovic then conducted 
an inventory of the vehicle which consisted 
of trash, a toy gun, towing straps, and a 
bag. Also a glass pipe was found on the 
passenger side of the vehicle which had a 
white a powdery substance throughout the 
inside of the pipe which was confiscated. 
The pipe was given a property tag and 
stored inside of property locker #1. The 
vehicle was then towed to Springer's 
Towing and a tow slip was signed by the 
driver. 

Steven was cited in to MCC#3 with a court 
date of 03/29/2018 at 9:00am with a 
personal appearance required. Once the 
vehicle I along with Ptl. Siranovic then 
cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
03/25/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005172 
SPEED - OVER LIMITS (50135)
LICENSE REQUIRED - EXPIRED OLN


On Tuesday, May 23, 2018,I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 on 
Courtney Road near Allied Drive. I 
observed a black vehicle traveling west on 
Courtney Road at a high rate of speed. 
After activating the mounted radar unit, I 
observed the vehicle's speed of 5OMPH in 
a posted 35MPH zone. After locking the 
vehicle's speed in, I pulled out onto 
Courtney Drive and performed a traffic stop 
by activating my overhead emergency 
lights. 

The vehicle, a black Cadillac four door 
sedan bearing Ohio registration GCN7132, 
came to a complete stop on Courtney Road 
near N Johnson Road.

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jesse Carpenter, I identified 
myself and advised him of the reason for 
the stop. I then asked Carpenter to produce 
his driver's license, registration and proof of 
insurance. Carpenter was able to produce 
his license and registration but not a valid 
copy of his insurance. Upon being handed 
Carpenter's license and running his license 
number through dispatch, it was observed 
and confirmed through dispatch that his 
driver's license had expired on May 10, 
2018.

Carpenter was issued citation #031117 for 
Village Ordinances 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits (50/35), 335.01 License Required - 
Expired OLN and advised of his mandatory 
court appearance before MCC #3 on 
Thursday, May 31,2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
05.23.2018



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Sebring POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005171 
DATE: 05/23/2018 04:04:00



On 5/23/2018 I Ptl Scott along with Ptl 
Marchionda was dispatched to 532 W 
Texas in reference to an unwanted person.

Ptl. Scott #506

UPON arrival I met with the caller Nora 
Rhinehart who stated that her mom's ex 
boyfriend XXXX came to her residence 
complaining about her mother and had a 
baseball bat and also stated that he had a 
pistol. Nora did not see the pistol. Nora told 
XXXXX to leave which w did.

XXXX did not threaten Nora and then 
traveled to Nora's mothers house and 
Alliance POLICE STORY was involved. 
Nora asked to keep an extra watch on her 
house. Once all information was gathered 
both officers cleared from the scene.


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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005170


On 5/22/2018 I Ptl Scott attempted to stop a 
vehicle which led to the arrest of the driver.

Ptl. Scott #506


While on patrol I was traveling behind a 
vehicle on N. 15th St. passing Maryland 
Ave and I heard the vehicle in front of me 
had a very loud exhaust. I then activated 
my overhead lights to initiate a traffic stop.  
The vehicle continued to drive north of N. 
15th. I then advised dispatch that I was 
attempting to stop a vehicle at this location 
and advised dispatch that the vehicle was 
still moving.

The vehicle then turned onto Indiana Ave 
traveling west.  I then activated my siren 
and the vehicle continued to travel west on 
Indiana Ave.  The vehicle then turned onto 
N 16th St. traveling south and came to the 
intersection of N. 16th and W. Maryland 
Ave. and the vehicle stopped at the 
intersection.  I advised dispatch that the 
vehicle has stopped and relayed the 
location. The vehicle was a white 2004 Ford 
Escape bearing Ohio license plate 
FKA5195.  I then exited my cruiser and 
approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver which was identified as Zachary Clair 
and I asked him why he did not stop when I 
initially attempted to stop his vehicle.  

Zachary was visibly distressed and stated 
that he knew he was being pulled over but 
was not going to stop because his driver's 
license is suspended.  I asked him if he had 
his driver's license on him and he stated no.  
Zachary was identified by his name and 
date of birth.  

Dispatch advised me that Zachary's driver's 
license was suspended. I then informed 
Zachary of this and ordered him to exit his 
vehicle and placed him under arrest for 
failure to comply with order or signal of 
police officer M-1 ORC 2921.331 B. 
Zachary was placed in hand restraints and 
patted down for officer safety and placed in 
the rear of marked Unit 304.

I then called for a tow for the vehicle and 
Springers Towing arrived.  Ptl Marchionda 
performed an inventory of the vehicle and 
gathered essentials of Zachary that were 
still inside the vehicle and stood by for the 
tow. I read Zachary his miranda rights at 
12:OOam and transported Zachary back to 
station to process him. Zachary was 
processed once back at station, 

Ptl. Russell obtained booking photographs 
and Ptl. Marchionda obtained fingerprints of 
Zachary. I completed paperwork and gave 
Zachary a recognizance bond of $1,250.00 
for the failure to comply which Zachary 
signed. I then wrote Zachary a traffic 
citation for.loud exhaust SCO 331.36 and 
driving under suspension SCO335.07. 
Zachary was given a court date of 
5/24/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance required and once Zachary 
signed the citation he was provided with a 
copy.


Zachary was given a copy of his citation 
and his recognizance bond form which both 
had his court date listed. Once processing 
was complete and Zachary was given his 
property and copies of his paperwork and 
he was released. The vehicle was towed to 
Springer's Towing on 10 N. 12th St. with no 
hold due to the vehicle not belonging to 
him.



Ptl. Scott #506
5/23/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005164 
DATE: 05/22/2018



Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Harold Kelley. Harold advised 
sometime last night his homes front storm 
door glass had been shattered. Harold 
advised he had no idea who could have 
done it and was unsure what time it would 
have occurred. 

I checked around the area to try to find what 
may have been used to break the window 
but was unable to find anything. Harold 
advised he was sure his insurance would 
not cover the damage but just want a report 
filed.



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005022 
DATE: 05/03/2018 15:00:00

On 5/3/2018 I was dispatched to the garage 
behind 336 E. Indiana for a trash complaint.


Upon arrival I observed a very large amount 
of trash, Construction supplies, and an 
excessive amount of scrap metal, and two 
junk vehicles a red ford truck with no plates 
and a dodge truck bearing OH EJG3113. 
Upon further investigation I also observed a 
3rd junk vehicle at 336 E Indiana with no 
plates. The garage was determined to 
belong to Christopher Tewksbury along with 
the dodge truck.

The other two vehicles were determined to 
belong to Mark Mueller and Rebecca 
Brodzenski. Trash and Junk vehicle letter 
were written and Chris was served with one 
trash and one vehicle letter.

Rebecca was served with Two vehicle 
letters. Due to the extremely large amount 
of trash Chris was given 10 days to clean 
up the mess and to avoid confusion of 
deadlines all parties were given 10 days on 
the vehicles as well. 



Ptl. Brindack 508



On 5/22/2018 I observed all the trash and 
the huge amounts of scrap metal had been 
removed.  The only thing that remained on 
the property was firewood. I also observed 
that the 2 vehicles belonging to Mark 
Mueller had been removed and the truck 
beloning to Chris Tewksbury was 
operational.




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005163
700 block W Ohio Ave. Sebring, OH


On 5/21/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed two vehicles 
traveling west on W Ohio Ave that had the 
same plate number. I had dispatch run the 
Ohio plate HLC3410 which came back on a 
2004 Chevy car however the plate was on 
that car as well as a silver Buick. I initiated 
a traffic stop on the Buick in the 700 block 
of W Ohio Ave which was bearing Ohio 
plate HLC3410 on the rear of the vehicle 
only. 

The Chevy car also pulled over which had 
the same Ohio pl. on the rear only.  I 
approached the Buick and made contact 
with the driver, who was identified as 
Samuel J. Hershberger. Samuel advised he 
just purchased the car off a female near 
Salem and was told to take the plate off the 
other car and put it on the Buick to get it 
back to Navarre. The driver of the other 
vehicle was identified as John M. Miller. 
John advised Samuel was his friend and 
was advised by an unknown male to take 
one plate off his car and put it on the Buick 
to get the Buick back to Navarre. 

Samuel retrieved his plate off the Buick and 
placed it back on the front of his car, which 
is the vehicle the plates were registered to. 

I issued a citation to Samuel for Fictitious 
Plates 335.10 SCO and advised him of his 
court date at MCC #3 on 5/24/2018 at 0900 
hours.

Samuel was advised he would need to 
personally appear to provide proof of 
insurance on the vehicle to which he 
advised he understood. Due to the vehicle 
not having license plates, Springer's Towing 
was requested to remove the vehicle from 
the roadway. 

Ptl. Rober performed a pre-tow inventory of 
the vehicle and Springer's removed it. 
Samuel was advised once he gets valid 
license plates or a temporary tag which is 
registered to him for the vehicle it could be 
removed from impound or trailered out of 
Sebring to which he advised he understood. 

John Miller then transported Samuel back 
to Navarre. Samuel had a signed title for 
the vehicle and I had dispatch run the VIN 
which did not come back stolen.




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18005162
Courtney Rd @ N 21st
Speed (52-35)



I Officer Rober while on patrol in marked 
unit 302 was conducting stationary radar on 
Courtney Rt1 and Allied Dr when I observed 
a silver in color Ford truck that appeared to 
be travelling above the posted speed. I then 
activated the department issued radar 
located in unit 302 and got a locked speed 
of 52mph in a 35mph zone. I then activated 
my emergency lights and made a stop of 
the vehicle on Courtney Rd and N 21st. I 
then identified myself and the reason for the 
stop and identified the driver as Brandon 
Smith. 

Brandon stated he must have not paid 
attention to the speed limit and that he just 
put new brakes on his sister's car. I then 
issued Brandon a citation for speed 
(333.03) and gave him a court date of 
05/31/2018 at MCC#3 at 0900hrs. Upon 
nothing further I cleared and resumed patrol


Ptl J.Rober #511
05/21/2018



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Friday, May 25, 2018
07:30 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005154 
DATE: 05/20/2018 11:28:00
DOG at LARGE

Complainant: CHERYL OLTARZEWSKI


I responded to the 200 block of W. lndiana 
Ave. and observed the above mentioned 
dog. The 2 complainant advised the dog 
belonged at 155 W. lndiana Ave. I 
attempted to approach the dog but it 
continued to run away.

I responded to 155 W. lndiana Aye, to make 
contact with the owners wih negative 
results. Dog Running at Large Letter was 
delivered to 155 W. Indiana Ave. I then 
cleared.


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005152
Speed 37/25
W. Oregon / N. 19th St.


On 05/20/2018 at 12:01am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling east on 
W. Oregon Ave. when I observed a vehicle 
ahead of me in the same lane that 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then parked my cruiser and 
activated my cruisers mounted radar unit in 
stationary mode and observed a speed of 
37mph while in a 25mph zone.


I then locked the speed and activated my 
overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop at 
W. Oregon Ave. and N. 19th St. the vehicle 
was a 2006 KIA Optima bearing an Ohio 
license plate (HJU4090). I then exited my 
cruiser and met with the driver which was 
identified as Jordin Thomas and informed 
her of the reason for the stop and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I received.

I then wrote Jordin a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and gave Jordin a court 
date of 5/24/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required for MCC#3. Once 
Jordin signed the citation I then provided 
her with a copy and I then cleared.




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005151
TRAFFIC


On Saturday, May 19, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling south on S 21" 
St (s Johnson Rd) in marked unit #301 
towards State Route 62. As I approached 
Grandview Cemetery, I observed a vehicle 
traveling towards me north and activated 
my mounted radar unit.

The radar unit showed the vehicle traveling 
towards me at 51 MPH in a posted 35 MPH. 
As the vehicle passed me, I activated the 
rear facing antenna and locked the vehicle's 
speed in at 51 MPH. I then performed a 
traffic stop by activating my overheard 
emergency lights and audible siren. The 
vehicle, a red Toyota truck bearing Ohio 
registration DXM2995, came to a complete 
stop on S 21st St near Lela Cope Ln. 

Upon making contact with the driver, 
identified as Jay A. Long, I identified myself 
and advised him of the reason for the stop. I 
then asked Long for his driver's license and 
insurance information. Long was able to 
provide both of the aforementioned 
documents. Long was issued citation 
#031116 for Village Ordinance 333.03 
Speed - Over Limits (51/35) and advised 
him of his court date in Mahoning County 
Court #3, Thursday, May 31,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005144
TRAFFIC
W. Georgia Ave. / S. 15th St.


On 5/19/2018 I Ptl Scott conducted a traffic 
stop that resulted in the arrest of the driver 
for OVI.

Ptl. Scott #506


On 5/19/2018 1 Ptl. Scott while in a marked 
police vehicle was stationary at N. 15th St. 
and Pennsylvania Ave. when a vehicle 
drove past me traveling south on N. 15th St. 
I observed the vehicle had a license plate 
light that was completely out. I then pulled 
out and positioned myself behind the 
vehicle. The vehicle then turned on to W. 
Georgia Ave. traveling west which was 
when I activated my overhead lights and 
conducted a traffic stop on W. Georgia Ave. 
near S. 15th St. with,a black 1994 GMC 
truck bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HIF5275).

Once the vehicle made a complete stop I 
then exited my'b&lcle and approached the 
stopped vehicle and met with the driver 
which was identified as William Smith I 
noticed a faint odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from the vehicle but at the 
same time it was masked by the odor of a 
pizza that was on the seat next to him. I 
informed William of the reason I had 
stopped him and requested his license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I only received his driver's license. Upon 
talking to William I noticed that his eyes 
were glossy and he had a slight mumbled 
speech. William was not wearing his seat 
belt and I asked him why and William stated 
that he did have it on earlier and I asked 
him when that was and William replied 
before I went to the bar. I asked William 
what bar he was at and William stated the 
Brick House in Sebring. I asked William if 
he had consumed any alcoholic beverages 
prior to driving in which William replied "Oh 
yea". I asked William how many beverage:; 
he had consumed in which he stated 5 but 
he was not counting. William stated that he 
arrived at the bar around 9:OOpm and 
started to consume alcoholic beverages. 
William stated that he did not eat anything 
while at the bar and when I asked him what 
time his last drink was William stated 30 
minutes ago.

I then asked William if he had any medical 
or physical conditions whatsoever in which 
he stated that he was diabetic but he was 
fine. I then asked William if he would 
consent to standardized field sobriety 
testing in which he did consent. I then 
asked William to exit the vehicle and stand 
to the rear of his vehicle. When William 
exited he could not find his wallet and had 
trouble locating it and I found it in between 
the driver side door and his seat. William 
dropped it due to him fumbling around in 
the vehicle. While William was at the rear of 
his vehicle I could smell a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from his person. 
I then turned my front over head lights off 
so they would not interfere with Williams 
vision. I asked William if he had contacts or 
wears glasses in which William stated that 
he wears reading glasses.

I then had William stand straight up with his 
feet together and hands to his side while I 
checked far equal pupil size, equal tracking, 
and a resting nystagmus. William's pupils 
were of equal size, both eyes tracked 
equally, and William did not have a resting 
nystagmus. I then gave the instructions for 
the first test.

The first test was the horizontal gaze 
nystagmus test and once I explained the 
instructions I asked William if he understood 
in which William stated that he did 
understand. Once the test began I observed 
the following clues: lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, distinct nystagmus and 
maximum deviation, and angle of onset 
prior to 45 degrees. William moved his head 
several times and at several points he 
would stop looking at the stimulus and I had 
to tell him io keep focus on the stimulus.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had William stand in the starting position 
and told him to listen to the instructions and 
not to moved from that position or start until 
I told him to. While explaining the 
instructions William interrupted me and 
stated that he can not perform the test due 
to a medical condition with a equilibrium 
condition. William stated and assured me 
that the only medical condition he had was 
him being a diabetic prior to having him 
exiting his vehicle. I then asked William if he 
was refusing to perform the test in which he 
stated that he was refusing.

I then asked William if he would perform the 
next test in which he stated that he would. 
The next test was the one leg stand and I 
instructed William to stand straight with his 
hands to his side and not to move from this 
position or start until I instructed him to do 
so. I then gave a demonstration and once I 
finished I asked William if he understood in 
which William stated that he did. The test 
began and William put his leg down and 
refused to finish the test.

I then placed William under arrest for 
suspicion of OVI and placed William in hand 
restraints and placed William in the rear on 
my cruiser. I then called for tow truck for 
William's vehicle. Ptl. D. Marchionda arrived 
on scene and stood by to inventory Williams 
vehicle for the tow and once the vehicle 
was towed he cleared, the vehicle was 
towed to Springers Towing. I then 
transported William back to station and read 
him the BMV2255 forum and read him the 
advice for the commercial driver's license 
due to him having a CDL. I asked William if 
he would consent to chemical testing in 
which he refused. I then advised William 
that he is now under administrative license 
suspension, he is being placed out of 
service for 24 hours and that he was not to 
operate a commercial vehicle not less than 
one year. I then wrote William a traffic 
citation for license plate lights SCU 337.04 
and OVI 4511.19(A)(1)(a) and also printed 
out a recognizance bond in the amount of 
$500.00 for the charge of OVI 4511.1g(A)
(1)(a).

William signed his citation along with the 
recognizance bond and was provided 
copies along with a copy of the BMV2255 
form and was released to his son. William 
was given a court date of 5/24/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3. in which William was 
notified and stated that he understood.



Ptl Scott #506




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005143
TRAFFIC
N. 15th St. / Oregon Ave.



On 05/19/2018 at 1:14am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was clearing from a 
traffic stop when a vehicle passed me. I 
observed the vehicle had a license plate 
that was out. I then positioned myself 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop 
on N. 15th St. near Pennsylvania Ave. The 
vehicle was a red 2002 Dodge truck bearing 
an Ohio license plate (HLC9627). I then 
approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver which was identified as Anthony 
Garver and informed him of the reason for 
the stop and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received all but his proof of insurance. 
Dispatched then advised me that Anthony's 
driver's license was suspended. 

I then wrote Anthony a traffic citation for 
license plate light SCO 337.04 and driving 
under suspension SCO 335.07. The 
registered owner of the vehicle which was 
identified as Megan House was in the 
vehicle and was valid and claimed that she 
did not know Anthony was suspended. I 
gave Anthony a court date of 5/24/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required for MCC#3. Once Anthony signed 
the citation he was provided a copy and 
Megan then operated the vehicle since she 
was valid and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
5/19/2018



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005142
TRAFFIC
14th Street, Texas Avenue


On 05/48/48 I was in the area of South 
MthS treet and Texas Avenue in marked 
cruiser 304. I observed a older model BMW 
traveling on Texas avenue. I preformed a 
random registration check which uncovered 
that the registered owner was suspended. 
Dispatch advised physical features of the 
registered owner and from what I was able 
to see out of the mirror it matched the 
description. I then made contact with the 
restrained driver of the vehicle identified as 
Chelsea Ward of Sebring.

Chelsea was advised of her offense. 
Chelsea was cited to MCC#3 on 05-24-18 
at 0900 for DUS. I then cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005131
TRAFFIC


On 05/18/2018 at 4:18am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. Johnson Rd. when I noticed 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 locked the vehicles speed at 
49inph while in a 35mph zone. The vehicle 
then passed my cruiser and I then turned 
around and positioned myself behind the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on S. 
Johnson Rd. near the Grandview cemetery. 
The vehicle was a 2012 black Dodge 
Caliber bearing an Ohio license plate 
(FNQ4123). I then approached the vehicle 
and met with the driver which was identified 
as William Smith and informed him of the 
reason for the stop and requested his 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which I received all but his 
proof of insurance.

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
William a traffic citation for speed SCO 
333.03 and cited William into MCC#3 with a 
court date of 5/24/2018 at 9:OOam with a 
personal appearance required.  Once 
William signed the citation I then provided 
William with a copy and I cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005130
TRAFFIC


On Friday, May 18,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #304 at the 
corner of N 21St St (N Johnson Rd) and W 
Ohio Ave. I observed a green sedan 
approach the intersection from the west and 
fail to come to a complete stop before 
turning north onto N 21St St. I then 
performed a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights.

The vehicle, a green Mitsubishi Montro 
Sport bearing Ohio registration GUW2833, 
came to a complete stop on N 21St St at W 
Maryland Ave. Upon making contact with 
the driver, I identified myself and advised 
her of the reason for the stop. I asked the 
driver for her driver's license and insurance 
information. The driver, identified as Stacy 
M. Morgan, was able to produce her license 
but not her insurance documentation. 

Morgan was issued citation #031115 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail to 
Obey and advised of her mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday 
May 31,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005129
TRAFFIC
S. Johnson Rd. / California Ave.


On 05/18/2018 at 12:36am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary at W. 
Ohio Ave. and N. Johnson Rd. when I 
witnessed a vehicle traveling south on N. 
Johnson Rd. travel through the intersection 
without coming to a complete stop. I then 
pulled behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. Johnson Rd. and 
California Ave. the vehicle was a red 2004 
Toyota truck bearing an Ohio temporary 
license plate (G240845).

I then approached the vehicle and met with 
the driver which was identified as Ronald 
Miller and informed him of the reason for 
the stop and requested his driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received. 

I then returned to my cruiser and wrote 
Ronald a traffic citation for traffic control 
devices SCO 313.01 and cited Ronald into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 5/24/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance not 
required. Once Ronald signed the citation I 
then provided Ronald with a copy and I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005127 
DATE: 05/17/2018 20:35:00
DOGS at LARGE


On 05-17-18 I was dispatched to 305 N 
19th St for a report of a loose dog


Ptl. Brindack 508



Upon arrival I spoke with Craig Savage who 
advised his neighbors dog at 476 W 
Maryland Ave. had gotten loose. Craig 
advised me this has been an ongoing issue 
and the dog had gotten out several times 
before especially in the past few days but it 
had gone un-reported. 

I spoke with the dogs owner Kathryn 
Thomas who advised she had caught the 
dog and he was now back inside. Kathryn 
was advised she can not continue to ailow 
her dog to get loose and a Dog running at 
large warning letter was written and issed to 
Kathryn. I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005177
TRAFFIC
E Georgia Ave/s 15th st


On 05-16-18 I was dispatched to a two 
vehicle accident at s 15th St. and Georgia 
Ave. Upon arrival I observed a black GMC 
bearing OH DNP5185 was one of the 
vehicles involved. I made contact with the 
driver Identified as Andrew J Lemasters. 

Upon having dispatch run Andrews plate it 
was discovered Andrew was suspended. 
Andrew also advised he did not have 
insurance.

Andrew was issued a citation for DUS 
(License forfeiture) 4510.11 and operation 
of vehicle without insurance 4509.101 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 05/24/18 at 
0900hrs.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005119
TRAFFIC
195 N JOHNSON RD, SEBRING


On Thursday, May 17,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 at the 
corner of N 21st St (N Johnson Rd) and W 
Ohio Ave. I observed a silver four door 
sedan approach the intersection from the 
west and fail to come to a complete stop 
before turning south onto N 21St St. I then 
performed a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights. The vehicle, a 
silver Ford Taurus bearing Ohio registration 
HIF5177, came to a complete stop in the 
100 block of N 21St St. 

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised her of the 
reason for the stop. I asked the driver for 
her driver's license, registration and 
insurance information. The driver, identified 
as Jennifer L. Stuller, was able to produce 
all but her insurance documentation. 

After running Stuller's license number 
through dispatch, I was advised her driver's 
license was under a Random Selection 
Noncompliance Suspension. Stuller was 
issued citation #031114 for Village 
Ordinances 335.072 DUS - Random 
Verification, 313.01 Stop Sign - Fail to Obey 
and advised of her mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday, 
May 24,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18005118
TRAFFIC
N 15TH ST/W OREGON AVE, SEBRING


On Wednesday, May 16,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was patrolling west on E Ohio 
Avenue in marked unit #301. As I 
approached N 14th Street, I observed a 
dark colored Saturn at the stop sign waiting 
to turn onto E Ohio Avenue. The headlights 
of the sedan were not illuminated. Upon 
passing, the Saturn turned behind me as I 
continued west on E Ohio Avenue.

I entered the turning lane and observed the 
vehicle's headlights were still not 
illuminated. After turning south onto N 15 
Street , I pulled off to the side of the road 
and allowed the Saturn to pass me; 
headlights were still not illuminated at this 
time. After allowing the vehicle to pass me, I 
pulled out onto the roadway and activated 
my overhead emergency lights and audible 
siren to perform a traffic stop. The vehicle, a 
grey Saturn bearing Ohio temporary 
registration F33515.5, came to a complete 
stop on N 15th Street and W Oregon 
Avenue. Upon making contact with the 
driver, identified by her Ohio Identification 
Card as Doininique Marie McKenney, I 
identified myself and advised her of the 
reason for the stop. When asked why she 
was operating a motor vehicle without a 
driver's license, McKenney stated to me she 
had no other way of getting to work. I asked 
McKenney if she has been cited in the past 
for driving without a license and she stated 
yes.


McKenney was then advised to make 
contact with a licensed driver to come 
retrieve her and the vehicle. McKenney 
stated to me the vehicle belonged to her 
boyfriend, Ronald Counter, and when 
asked, she acknowledged to me that he 
knowingly allows her to drive the vehicle 
without a license. The vehicle was released 
from the scene to licensed driver, Destiny 
Chapman.

McKenney was issued citation #031113 for 
Village Ordinances 335.074 DUS - License 
Forfeiture and 337.02 Headlights Required. 
McKenney was advised of her mandatory 
court appearance before MCC #3 on 
Thursday, May 24,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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www.westernreservenews.com

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
05:44 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005065 
DATE: 05/08/2018 @ 15:40:00


On 05/08/18 I received a trash complaint on 
595 W Ohio ave.


Ptl. Brindack 508


Upon arrival I observed trash on the front 
porch including a dead kitten that had 
clearly been there for a great deal of time, I 
also observed trash in the rear of the 
house. A trash warning letter was written 
and issued to Crystal J Black, I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508


On 05/15/18 1 returned to the above 
address and observed little effort had been 
made to clean  up the trash. The only thing 
that had been removed was the dead kitten 
and all other trash remained including 
ripped open trash bags, cardboard boxes, 
and other amounts of trash. Photos of the 
trash were taken and a citation for violating 
SCO 521.08(b) written and issued to 
Crystal J Black and she was given a court 
date of 05/17/18 at 0900hrs which she 
informed me she would not be going to. I 
advised Crystal that court is not optional 
and that she would have to appear.


On 05/16/18 Upon further investigation it 
was discovered Crystal J Black had already 
been cited by the previous code 
enforcement officer making her violation a 
M-4. Crystal MM citation was voided , a 
State complaint was done, and a summons 
was issued and served to Crystal J Black 
for violation of SCO 521.08(b) and given a 
court date at MCC#3 of 05/24/18 at 
0900hrs. 


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY


On Sunday, May 13, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Scott were 
dispatched to Schmid's Bar, 135 E Oregon 
Avenue, reference a report of a fight.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513


Upon my arrival in the rear of the 
establishment off of E Ohio Avenue, two 
unidentified males advised me one of the 
persons involved in the fight had just fled 
down the alley towards N 15th Street I 
proceeded through the alley onto N 15th 
Street and observed a white male in a black 
leather jacket and a white male in a grey t-
shirt walking towards W Oregon Avenue. I 
pulled up behind both males and shouted 
for both men to stop. The male in the black 
leather jacket, later identified as Marc 
Fonner, stopped and placed his hands in 
the air. The male in the grey t-shirt, later 
identified as Virgil Bugara Jr., also stopped.


At this time, Patrolman Scott arrived on foot 
from E Oregon Avenue: Both men were 
detained (handcuffed behind their back; 
gapped/double locked) until it could be 
established who was involved in the fight. It 
was reiterated to both parties they were 
being detained pending identification of the 
party involved. I placed Fonner in the back 
of marked unit #303 and drove to where 
Patrolman Scott was parked as he placed 
Bugara in the back of marked unit #301.


Patrolman Scott learned from witnesses 
and the victim, Bill Galchick, that Bugara 
was the man who assaulted him. After 
learning Fonner had no involvement in the 
matter, I released and advised him he was 
free to go.
 
Galchick was able to provide a written 
statement regarding the fight between him 
and Bugara. 

According to Galchick, while Patrolman 
Scott and I were in Schmid's on an 
unrelated call earlier that night, he 
overheard Bugara screaming andswearing 
about the police being inside the bar. 
Galchick stated he confronted Bugara and 
told him to be quiet. Galchick advised me 
Bugara swung on him in an attempt to hit 
him at which point he pushed Bugara. 
Galchick stated Virgil left the bar and 
returned a short time later and hit him from 
behind. Galchick also stated that Bugara bit 
the left side of his face.


Photos were taken of Galchick's face and 
downloaded at the station. 

Galchick's wife, Natalie, a bartender at the 
bar stated to me she wanted a notice of 
restriction placed against Bugara and did 
not want him to be allowed to come back to 
Schmid's. 
I later advised Bugara at the station while 
he was being processed that he was not 
allowed to return to Schmid's in the  future 
and that doing so would result in him being 
arrested for criminal trespass.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



I Ptl. Scott responded to the Schmid's Bar in 
reference to a report of a fight taking place. 
Upon my arrival I observed two males later 
identified as Virgil Bugara Jr. and Marc 
Fonner walking in the middle of N. 15th St. 
heading east towards the alley between 
Ohio Ave. and Oregon Ave. Ptl. D. 
Mafchionda then arrived and pulled his 
cruiser next to both males and exited his 
vehicle and ordered both males to stop and 
both males stopped and placed their hands 
in the air. Dispatch advised both officers 
that the offender was walking in the alley 
between Ohio Ave. and Oregon Ave. and 
both individuals where detained and 
restrained. Marc was placed in 
Marchionda's cruiser and Virgil was placed 
in my cruiser.

I then entered the Schmid's Bar and talked 
to the victim identified as Bill Galchick and 
Bill stated that when officers were at the bar 
earlier on a different call Virgil had yelled 
obscenities towards officers.

When officers left the bar Bill told Virgil to 
stop when Virgil attempted to strike Bill but 
was unsuccessful and Bill pushed Virgil 
away and then Virgil left. Bill stated that 
Virgil returned and struck Bill in the back of 
the head. Bill then wrestled Virgil to the 
ground where Virgil bit Bill on the left side of 
his face. Bill had large marks on the left 
side of his face. Bill then gave Ptl. 
Marchionda a written statement and told me 
that Marc Fonner was not involved and 
stated that he did want to pursue criminal 
charges against Virgil.

I then told Ptl. Marchionda to release Marc 
Fonner and I returned to my cruiser and 
opened the door to speak with Virgil and 
informed him that he was being placed 
under arrest for assault and read him his 
miranda rights. I then transported  Virgil 
back to station and Virgil underwent 
processing and was fingerprinted and 
photographed. Virgil was given an 
opportunity to post bond in the amount of 
$1,250.00. Virgil then called Sly Bail Bonds 
and talked to the bondsman.

Christopher Hankovitch with Sly Bail Bonds 
soon arrived and processed the bond for 
Virgil and gave me the power of attorney 
which I made a copy of.

Once the bond was processed Virgil signed 
the recognizance form which had his court 
date on it and was released to his aunt.


Reporting Officer Scott




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005093 
DATE: 05/13/2018 00:34:OO
BrickHouse Bar & Grill
Assault M-1


On Sunday, May 13, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda and Patrolman Scott were 
dispatched to the Brick House, 205 E Ohio 
Avenue, reference a report of a fight.

Upon my arrival, I made contact with 
several individuals who were witness to the 
fight. The first witness I made contact with 
was Joshua Hill. Hill advised me his friend 
Kahliel had been involved in a physical 
altercation with another male, later 
identified as Jerian Thomas. Hill stated this 
altercation moved from inside the 
establishment, to the parking lot and 
eventually onto the street. Hill stated he 
observed Kahliel "defending himself' (sic). 
Hill later provided a voluntary written 
statement.


After speaking with Hill, a bystander 
identified as Jordan Smith, came forward to 
provide his account of what happened. 

Smith stated to me that Kahliel and Thomas 
were involved in a mutual fight when the 
victim, Rine, attempted to intervene and 
was struck by Kahliel. Smith refused to 
provide a written statement as he did not 
want to get involved in the matter any 
further.


After speaking with Smith and Hill, 
Patrolman Scott motioned me to take 
Kahliel, who had been detained (handcuffed 
behind his back; gapped/double locked), 
and place him in the rear of marked unit 
303. After placing Kahliel in the back of my 
cruiser, I made contact with Thomas. 
Thomas advised me Kahliel and another 
male attempted to confront him outside of 
the bar when several girls tried to hold them 
back. Thomas stated to me he defended 
himself and that his friend got punched in 
the face when he attempted to intervene.


I then observed Patrolman Scott advise 
Kahliel he was under arrest for assaulting 
Rine and witnessed his Miranda Rights 
read to him. Photographs were taken of 
Rine's injuries at the scene, a minor 
laceration to his face (to which he denied 
medical attention for) and later downloaded 
at the station. After collecting statements 
from the witnesses at the scene, Patrolman 
Scott and I cleared the scene without 
further incident. I transported Kahliel back 
to the station for further processing.

Photographs were taken of Kahliel's 
injuries, a small laceration above his left 
eye and scratches to his neck (to which he 
denied medical attention for) and later 
downloaded.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



Upon arrival I Ptl. Scott observed a large 
crowd of individuals in the rear parking lot of 
the Brick House Bar. I parked my cruiser on 
N. 14th St. next to the bar and exited my 
vehicle and met with two female witnesses 
identified as Makayla Swindell and Leona 
Weatherspoon who stated that they 
attempted to break up a fight between two 
males later identified as Kahliel Fletcher 
and Jerian Thomas and while doing so 
Leona was struck in the face by Kahliel. 
Maykayla and Leona stated that Kahliel 
seen Jerian inside the bar and then 
Makayla and Jerian left the bar in attempt to 
leave and once they where in the parking 
lot Kahliel along with a male identified as 
Joshua Hill ran to the parking lot to attempt 
to fight Jerian and chased him to the road 
and then Leona attempted to hold Kahliel 
back when Kahliel allegedly pushed Leona 
to the ground. 
Kahliel then pursued Jerian once more and 
Jerian swung at Kahliel to defend himself 
and Leona attempted to stop Kahliel once 
more when she stated that Kahliel allegedly 
pushed her to the ground again and 
punched her in the face which damaged her 
glasses which I did see damage to her 
glasses. Makayla and Leona stated that 
when Leona was allegedly struck in the 
face her friend later identified as Nickolas 
Rine confronted Kahliel and Kahliel 
allegedly punched Nickolas in the face. 

I then obtained written statements from both 
females.

I then gathered further information from 
Makayla and Leona and learned that Kahliel 
was with Joshua Hill when the incident took 
place and I then entered the bar and spoke 
with Joshua and walked him outside. At this 
time I had Joshua talk with Ptl. Marchionda 
while i re-entered the bar in search of 
Kahliel. Ptl. Marchionda obtained a written 
statement from Joshua and he was listed as 
an additional witness to the incident.


Once in the bar I over heard a patron of the 
bar say that Kahliel was in the kitchen. I 
then entered the Kitchen and observed a 
male standing next to the grill with no shirt 
on with a minor laceration above his left eye 
with blood near the laceration. I was able to 
positively identify the male as Kahliel 
Fletcher and, walked him outside where I 
gained a verbal statement from him. Kahliel 
stated that he and Jerian had an incident in 
the past and when they seen each other at 
the bar a confrontation erupted inside the 
bar which then led to the rear parking lot 
and ended on N. 14th St. next to the bar.

Kahliel stated that he did not hit Leona and 
stated that while he was attempting to fight 
Jerian both Makayla and Leona grabbed his 
shirt to stop him and Kahliel tore his shirt off 
and suffered minor scratches on the back of 
his neck.


I then detained Kahliel and placed him in 
hand restraints and placed him in the rear 
of Ptl. Marchionda's cruiser while I and Ptl. 
Marchionda investigated the scene and 
gained statements. An additional witness 
identified as Nickolas Rine confronted me 
and stated that he witnessed Kahliel strike 
Leona and confronted Kahliel and stated 
that Kahliel punched him in the face which 
Makayla and Leona confirmed his story 
when I spoke to them about it. Nickolas had 
a laceration beneath his right eye which had 
dry blood around it. Joshua Hill's statement 
stated that Kahliel was beaten by Jerian 
and Jerian's father some time in the past 
which was why Kahliel wanted to fight 
Jerian.


Ptl. Marchionda spoke with Jerian Thomas 
and gained a written statement which 
matched the statements of Makayla and 
Leona.

I then viewed the statement of Nickolas 
which matched the statements of Makayla, 
Jerian, and Leona.

Nickolas's statement consisted of him 
confronting Kahliel and being assaulted and 
matched Makayla's, Leona's and Jerian's 
statements. Leona was asked if she wanted 
to pursue criminal charges which she 
denied. Then Nickolas was asked if he 
wanted to pursue criminal charges in which 
Nickolas stated that he wanted Kahliel to be 
charged. 

I then opened the door of Ptl. Marchionda's 
cruiser and notified Kahliel that he was 
being placed under arrest for assault and 
read him his miranda rights. 

Ptl. Marchionda then transported Kahliel to 
the station. All parties that had injuries 
including Kahliel where asked if they 
needed medical attention in which they all 
denied.


Once at station Kahliel underwent 
processing and was fingerprinted and 
photographed. Photographs where also 
taken of Kahliel's injuries by Ptl. Marchionda 
and where sent to Ptl. Marchionda's email.

Kahliel was given an opportunity to post 
bond which he contacted Sly Bail Bonds to 
post a bond in the amount of $1,250.00 for 
ORC 2903.12A Assault M-1. Sly Bail 
Bondsman Christopher Harkovitch then 
arrived and processed the bond and once 
finished I received the power of attorney 
which I made a copy of. Once the bond was 
posted Kahliel wa released to Joshua Hill 
which was the person who signed for 
Kahliel's bond.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
Case # 18005098
Speed (52-35)
N 12th St and E Oregon Ave


On 05/14/2018 I Officer Rober while 
conducting stationary radar on S 12th st 
near E Georgia Ave observed a black in 
color jeep that appeared to be hraveling 
above the posted speed limit heading north 
on S 12th St. I then activated the mounted 
radar in car 301 and got a locked speed of 
52mph in a 35mph zone. I then activated 
my emergency lights and made a stop of 
the vehicle on N 12th St and E Oregon Ave. 
The driver identified as Domenic Cannistra 
advised he was not paying attention and 
was just trying to come home. I then issued 
Domenic the citation for speed (333.03) at 
gave a court date at MCC #3 on 05/31/2018 
at 0900hrs upon nothing further I cleared 
and resumed patrol.



Ptl J.Rober #511



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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005075 
DATE: 05/10/2018 10:28:00
WARRANT


On 05/10/2018, While at MCC#3 I observed 
Cheyenne Watson at the Court House in 
whom I knew had an outstanding warrant 
from Portage County SO. I requested 
dispatch to call PCSO and see if they 
wanted to meet in Deerfield and they 
advised they did. 

Cheyenne was detained and taken to 
Deerfield. Cheyenne was then taken into 
the custody of PCSO. I then cleared.


Redfern 504


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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005070 
DATE: 05/09/2018 17:15:00


On 05/09/18 While on patrol I observed a 
loose dog at 15th and Indiana Ave.

Ptl. Brindack 508


The above mentioned dog was running in 
front of cars on 15th St and traffic was 
stopped going in both directions. I followed 
the dog to its home 155 E Indiana and the 
owner Michael S Eberling was informed his 
dog was running in the street and was given 
a dog running at large letter, I then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
8/9/2018
Case No.: 18005069
US 62 / Johnson Road
Speed 75/55 - Booster Seat Required


On 05/09/18 I was in the area of US 62 
near South Johnson Road. I observed a 
black ford mustang traveling west on US 
62, at a speed that appeared to be greater 
then that of the posted speed limit of 55 
MPH. I activated my mounted radar unit 
which gave a digital display of 75 MPH 
along with a high pitched noise. I then 
decided to make a traffic stop. I made 
contact with the restrained driver of the 
vehicle identified as Ronald Quinn.

Ronald was advised of his offense. Ronald 
advised that he was running late and he 
was headed to his get the car seat for his 
grandson. I observed a 4 year old who was 
very small in size without any child 
restraints. Ronald was cited to MCC#3 on 
05/17/18 at 0900 for Speed, and booster 
seat required.

I then cleared without incident.


PtB. Redfern 504



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Saturday, May 19, 2018
03:16 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005056
Courtney rd / N Johnson rd
Speed 63/35 mph

On 5/7/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser on Courtney Rd, I 
observed a white truck traveling west on 
Courtney Rd near Allied Dr at a visibly high 
rate of speed. I activated my radar unit 
which confirmed the speed to be 63 mph in 
a clearly posted 35 mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the truck, bearing Ohio plate 
PJH2013 on Courtney Rd just west of N 
Johnson Rd.

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, who was identified 
as Chad J. Nolan. Chad advised once he 
seen my cruiser he looked down at his 
speedometer and believed it to be around 
50 mph. Chad advised he seen the 35 mph 
speed limit sign as well. I issued Chad a 
citation for Speed 333.03 SCO and advised 
him of his court date at MCC #3 on 
5/17/2018 at 0900 hrs. Chad was advised 
he would need to personally appear in court 
due to no valid insurance card in the 
vehicle.


Cited: Chad J. Nolan, age 47, 20800 
Alliance Sebring Rd, Alliance


Sgt. Eberling #503




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005040
W. Virginia Ave. / N. Johnson St.
Speed 47/35, Fictitious Plates



On 05/05/2018 at 7:58pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N. Johnson St. when I locked in a 
vehicles speed traveling south on the same 
road at 47mph in a 35mph zone. The 
vehicle passed my cruiser and I then turned 
my cruiser around and initiated a traffic stop 
on W. Virginia Ave. and N Johnson St. The 
vehicle was a silver 2015 Ford Escape 
bearing an Ohio license plate (FZX8913). I 
then approached the vehicle and informed 
the driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance which I was given. 

The driver was identified as James 
Burchfield. The plate came back to a 
different vehicle and I informed the driver of 
this and he stated that he had no idea. I 
then wrote James a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and Fictitious plates SCO 
335.10 and cited James into MCC#3 with a 
court date of 5/10/2018 at 9:OOam with a 
personal appearance not required. 

Once James signed the citation I then 
provided him with a copy and then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005039
900 Block S 12th St
SPEED 49/35


On Saturday, May 5, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 near the 
corner of S 12th st and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed a black Chevrolet SUV accelerate 
past my location south on S 12th St. I 
observed the vehicle's speed increase 
steadily on radar and clocked the vehicle's 
speed in at 49 MPH in a posted 35 MPH 
zone. I then performed a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights 
and audible siren. 

The vehicle, a black Chevrolet Traverse 
bearing Ohio registration HGL8661, came 
to a stop in the 900 block of S 12th st, Upon 
making contact with the driver, I identified 
myself and advised her of the reason for the 
stop. I asked the driver for her driver's 
license, registration and insurance 
information. The driver, identified as Susan 
Albert, was able to produce all of the 
aforementioned documentation. Albert was 
issued citation #031112 for Village 
Ordinance 333.03 Speed -Over Limits and 
advised of her court date at MCC #3 on 
Thursday, May 18, 2018 at 0900.


Cited: Susan Albert,N Shore Dr, Beloit, Oh, 
333.03 Speed -Over Limits



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005034
Disorderly Conduct, Persisted
Brick House Bar 


This officer was dispatched to 206 East 
Ohio Ave., Brick House Bar for a fight in 
progress. Upon arrival, I observed several 
subjects in the parking lot at the rear of the 
building. Officer Scott and Officer Hughey 
were already on scene and began 
separating the individuals. I observed a 
male subject began approaching Officer 
Scott and Officer Hughey and the other 
subjects involved and he began yelling at 
them. I advised the subject to step back and 
to leave the area and the subject just 
looked at me and then began saying 
something to the other group of subjects 
involved in the altercation. I once again 
advised the subject to leave the area or he 
was going to be arrested. The subject 
began walking back toward a vehicle and 
then once again turned around and started 
back over toward the other officers and the 
group ofsubjects challenging them once 
again. 


I advised the subject that he was being 
placed under arrest for diorderly conduct 
and he was then placed in handcuffs and 
into the rear of car 304.


The subject was identified as Jerry Yeagly.

Officers then dispersed all the others 
involved and Mr Yeagly was transported 
back to the SEBRING POLICE STORY for 
processing. 

Upon arrival, Mr Yeagly was photographed 
and finger printed and given date of 
05/10/2018 @ 9:OOAM Mahoning County 
Court # 3. Mr. Yeagley was given a 
Recognizance Bond and released at that 
time.

Mr. Yeagley was extremely cooperative 
during his booking process and apologized 
to Officers for his conduct.



Ptl. Siranovic #507



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005031
SPEED 51/31
N Johnson St / W Virginia Ave

Driver: Ashliegh Puckett , 22, 9083 12th St, 
North Benton Oh


On 05/05/2018 at 12:03am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N. Johnson St. when I clocked in a 
vehicles speed traveling south on the same 
road at 51mph in a 35mph zone. The 
vehicle passed my cruiser and I then turned 
my cruiser around and initiated a traffic stop 
on N. Johnson St. and W. Virginia Ave. The 
vehicle was a 2015 Silver Volkswagen 
hatch back bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HDR9741). I then 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. 

The driver was identified as Ashliegh 
Puckett and I wrote Ashliegh a traffic 
citation for speed SCO 333.03 and cited her 
into MCC#3 with a court date of 5/10/2018 
at 9:OOam with a personal appearance not 
required. 

Once Ashliegh signed the citation she was 
provided a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
Ptl. Hughey #530



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18004121
DATE: 04/22/2018 11:18
Dog running at large
206 W Michigan Ave 


On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
the area of 206 W. Michigan Ave, ref to a 
dog running at large. I arrived and spoke to 
the reportee one Charles E. Harton, who 
advised me that the dog in the yard at 206 
W. Michigan Ave was at his residence and 
was chasing his dog and him in an 
aggressive manner. I was also advised that 
he followed the dog and located it at the W 
Michigan Ave address.

I located the dog in mention and it was 
found in the yard and the dog was loose 
and appeared agressive.  I identified the 
owner as David Weingart and advised him 
of the Sebring Ordinance on Animals 
running at large. It was also found that Mr 
Weingart had been issued a Written 
warning in March 2018.

On 05/04/18 I served David Weigart with an 
MM citation for dog running at large 505.01 
and given a court date at mcC#3 of 
05/10/18 at 0900hrs.


Reporting Officer Steven McDaniel



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SEBRING POLICE STORY 
Private Property Accident
Report No.: 18005014
Date of Crash 5/2/2018
135 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring Ohio


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: Carol L Cobbs, 268 
Knox School Road, Alliance Ohio


Unit #2 Owner: Darren Eberling, 5590 
Rainfield Circle NE, Louisville Ohio
Possible front license plate cover damage


Driver #1 Came on station and advised that 
she backed into Unit #2




Redfern 504





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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005011
EXPIRED PLATES
E OHIO AVE/N 15TH ST


On Wednesday, May 2,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was traveling north on S isth 
St in marked unit #301 behind a white 
Cadillac Sedan bearing Ohio registration 
GUE2383. I then radioed the plate into 
dispatch to perform a random registration 
check. During the time it took for dispatch to 
relay the information back, the vehicle had 
turned onto E Ohio Avenue and into the 
parking lot of Circle K. Dispatch advised the 
vehicle registration expired on February 11, 
2018. 

I then parked in an alley across the street 
from Circle K and waited. As I observed the 
vehicle pull out onto E Ohio Avenue, I 
pulled out of the alley and performed a 
traffic stop by activating my overheard 
emergency lights.

The vehicle came to a complete stop on E 
Ohio Avenue at N 15Ih St. Upon making 
contact with the driver, I identified myself to 
him and advised him of the reason for the 
stop. I then asked the driver, identified as 
Abraham Marteney, if he could produce his 
driver's license, vehicle registration and 
proof of insurance. Marteney was able to 
provide his license and vehicle registration 
but not his insurance information. 

Marteney was issued citation #031111 for 
Village Ordinance 335.10 Expired Plates 
and advised of his mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday, 
May 10,2018 at 0900. 




Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-005007
DATE: 05/01/2018 08:19:00


On this date a piece of trash was recovered 
from the dumpster at Jeffs Auto.  The trash 
was a prescription order and indicated it 
belonged to the Seevers at 145 E Oregon 
Ave. I made contact with Robert KL 
Seevers who admitted to put a bag of trash, 
a box spring, and a mattress in dumpster. 
Robert was advised his actions were theft 
of service and Robert removed the trash 
from the dumpster and returned to his 
residence while I was on scene. I then 
cleared.


Reporting Officer Sean Brindack



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18005003
DUS-License Forfeiture May 1, 2018
W. California Ave.@S. 20th St.


On 5/1/2018, while sitting at the intersection 
of W. New York Ave. and S. Johnson Rd. I 
observed a silver in color Dodge minivan 
traveling north on S. Johnson Rd. I 
recognized the driver as Hunter 
Prendergast. Due to previous encounters 
with Hunter I knew his license was 
suspended. I had dispatch check his driving 
status which confirmed his license was 
suspended. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle on W. 
California Ave. near S. 2oth St. I made 
contact with Hunter and informed him the 
reason for the stop. I asked Hunter for his 
ID card, vehicle registration, and proof of 
insurance and he was unable to produce 
any requested documents.

Hunter advised he knew he shouldn't be 
driving. Hunter was very apologetic and 
compliant. I had Hunter call his girlfriend to 
come pick up the van. I then wrote Hunter a 
traffic citation for DUSLicense Forfeiture 
335.074. I informed Hunter of his 
mandatory court appearance on 5/3/2018 at 
0900hrs. After Hunters girlfriend Kayland 
Conner arrived on scene I then cleared 
without further incident.


CITED: Hunter Prendergast, 21, 255 W. 
Pennsylvania , Sebring



Ptl. Kelm #505



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #18004146
TRAFFIC 4/26/2018
Right Of Way At Intersection
200 block of West Ohio


On 26 April 2018 at about 0730, 
(JUVENILE) (DOB 8/2/2000) was turning 
right on to West Ohio from North 17th 
street.  (JUVENILE) failed to yield the right 
of way to on coming traffic. Harry Sarchione 
was traveling east on West Ohio and did 
not have time to avoid hitting (JUVENILE) 
who had turned in front of him. Mr. 
Sarchione struck the driver side rear 
causing damage to her car. 

There was no damage to Mr. Sarchione's 
truck. 

(JUVENILE) was cited for Right of way at 
intersection ORC4511.41.  This case will be 
sent to Mahoning JJC.



Chief Harris #502
4/26/18


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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #17009054
Criminal Damaging 4/30/2018
135 E. Ohio Ave. Sebring


Kylie Lanave, 19, 448 South 14th St, came 
to the station to report that a female keyed 
her car while it was parked at her 
boyfriends house.  Ms. Lanave said that 
she had been at Jon Steeds house in the 
500 block of W Ohio when a female had 
gotten mad at her and Jon.  

The female was later ID'd as Amanda 
Taveras, 19, Heacock Rd., Sebring. She 
had been at the house of Mr Steed that 
night and had been asked by him to leave.  
He took all of Ms Taveras things and threw 
them  in the yard.  A short time after when 
Ms Taveras left Ms Lanave received a 
message on Face Book that said "hope u 
like how i keyed your car bitch, lucky u had 
jon saving ur pussy ass".  

I looked at the car and observed two 
scratches on the car.  Based on the 
information this case will be sent to the 
Prosecutor for review for charges of 
Criminal Damage 2909.06A1.



Chief Harris #502

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11/7/17 On this date the prosecutor 
approved criminal damage 2909.06(a)(1).  
State Complaint was sent to court.  A 
warrant was requested as the suspect 
where abouts are unknown.

Chief Harris #502


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On 04/30/2018 Amanda Taveras, 545 W. 
Ohio Ave., came to the police station to turn 
herself in for Crimlnal 
Damag1ng/2909.06Al. Amanda was 
processed and released on her own 
recognizance with a bond of $1,000. 
Amanda was informed of her mandatory 
court appearance at MCC#3 on 5/3/2018 at 
0900hrs.


PTL. Kelm #505




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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004162 
DATE: 04/28/2018 01:23:00
OVI and Child Endangerment.



On 4/28/2018 at 1:23am I Ptl Scott was 
stationary at W Ohio Ave and Johnson Rd 
when I witnessed a vehicle traveling east on 
W. Ohio Ave. go through a stop sign at the 
intersection of W. Ohio Ave. and N. 
Johnson Rd. I then positioned my cruiser 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop 
and the vehicle did not stop until it pulled 
into the drive way of 165 S. Johnson Rd. I 
then approached the vehicle and spoke to 
the driver and informed the driver of the 
reason I had stopped them and requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance in which I did not receive 
because the driver could not produce the 
documents. 

The driver rambled on about being followed 
by police and mentioned of being arrested 
earlier in the night by Alliance Police and 
stated that Alliance officers took money 
from him along with the driver's license and 
marijuana. I then asked the driver if he had 
smoked any marijuana prior to driving but 
the driver ignored the question and 
continued to speak on random topics not 
related to the traffic stop.

Around this time Ptl. Caughey drove by and 
asked if I needed assistance in which I 
stated to Caughey that I would appreciate 
his assistance. I also observed blood on the 
driver's hands and wrists and asked him 
why there was blood on his hands and wrist 
and he stated it was because of painting. I 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from the vehicle and 
asked the driver if they had consumed any 
alcoholic beverages prior to driving in which 
the driver stated he had two beers and then 
the driver put a cigarette in his mouth and 
started to speak on random topics again.


I then asked the driver to exit the vehicle 
and move to the rear of his vihicle to which 
he hesitated but eventually complied and 
once he was to the rear of his vehicle I 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his person. I then 
was able to identify the driver as Randal 
Crowe by his name date of birth and social 
security number. 

I had Randal stand on the side walk and 
asked if he would consent to standardized 
field sobriety testing in which he complied. I 
turned off my cruisers front overhead lights 
and told Randal to stand still with his hands 
to his side and feet together while I began 
the instructions. I asked Randal if he had 
any medical or physical conditions that 
would inhibit him from taking the tests in 
which Randal stated that he did not. 

Based on the test results and my 
experience I placed Randal under arrest for 
suspicion of OVI and placed hand restraints 
on Randal and began to walk Randal to my 
cruiser when Randal started to stop walking 
and I had to force Randal to my cruiser. I 
then patted Randal down when he kept 
turning around after being told not to and I 
then pulled Randal's arms up so I could 
complete the pat down without Randal 
turning toward me. Once I opened the back 
cruiser door Randal turned around and 
would not enter the vehicle. I then placed 
my left hand on Randal's abdomen and my 
right hand behind Randal's head to help 
Randal enter the vehicle when Randal 
moved away and Randal's head was struck 
against the left rear car door unintentionally 
and then a struggle ensued to get Randal's 
whole body in the vehicle. Once Randal 
was secured Randle stated that he had his 
two children in his house under a car tarp.


I then called Ptl. Siranovic to respond and 
when he did both officers entered the 
unlocked house concerning for the 
children's safety while officer Caughey 
stood by with Randal. Officers found both 
the children upstairs on a blow up mattress 
using a car tarp as a blanket. I woke both 
children up and talked to them and they 
stated that their father Randal told them that 
he was turning himself in today and if he 
was not back by morning he instructed the 
children to walk to their grandmothers 
house and stated that Randal has been 
gone since around 9:OOpm. Officers 
attempted to contact the mother and were 
unsuccessful and eventually contacted the 
children's grandmother 

Ptl. Caughey transported the children to 
their grandmothers house.



I then transported Randal back to the 
station and read him the BMV2255 form 
and asked Randal if he would consent to 
chemical testing which Randal consented to 
and signed the form.  I then transported 
Randal to the Alliance Police Station where 
he gave a breath sample and his BAC was 
a 0.225.  Randal then gave a urine sample 
as well. 

Randal made statements such as next time 
he will throw elbows and that both his 
children are old enough to wipe their own 
ass and that he gave them money to walk 
to Zep Pizza if they were hungry.


Randal was charged with OVI (SFST) 
4511.19A1 , OVI (Greater than .17) 
4511.19(A)(1)(h), Traffic control devices 
4511.12 and two counts of Endangering 
Children 2919.22.



Reporting Officer Zachary Scott



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case Number #17009054
SPEED 35/25
N. 15th St. / Ohio Ave.



On 04/29/2018 at 12:50am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car stationary at the 
intersection of S. 15th St. and Texas Ave. 
facing south when the vehicle on the 
opposite side of me continued traveling 
north after stopping at the stop sign and 
appeared to be traveling at a high rate of 
speed. I then activated my cruisers rear 
radar and observed the vehicle traveling at 
35mph in a 25 mph zone and the speed 
was still rising. I then turned my cruiser 
around and positioned it behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on N. 15th St. and 
Ohio Ave. the vehicle was a red 2003 
Chevrolet station wagon bearing an Ohio 
license plate (GOT4134). I then approached 
the vehicle when the driver opened the door 
I then asked if the window worked and the 
driver stated that it did not and then 
proceeded to ask me ("What?) I then 
informed the driver of the reason I had 
stopped them and the driver proceeded to 
argue with me that she was not speeding 
and that when she was at the stop sign she 
stated that I was behind her and almost rear 
ended her which was false. I then asked her 
for her driver's license, registration, and 
proof of insurance.

I received her driver's license and an 
expired insurance card and then the driver 
called her husband on her phone. 

I identified the driver as Stacey Wiggins and 
Stacey had her husband ask me for my 
badge number over the phone in which I 
told Stacey that my badge number was 
#506 and then Stacey began to argue with 
me once more and then held a piece of 
paper up and put it in my face stating that it 
was her insurance and I ordered her to 
remove the piece of paper from my face. 

I told Stacey to remain in the vehicle and I 
returned to my cruiser and wrote Stacey a 
traffic citation for Speed SCO 333.03 and 
cited Stacey into MCC#3 with a court date 
of 05/03/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance required. 

I then returned to the vehicle which was 
around the time Ptl. Siranovic arrived and 
informed Stacey that she will be receiving a 
traffic citation and asked Stacey for her 
phone number for the citation in which she 
refused by saying that
she did not have a phone. Stacey then 
demanded for me to show her the radar's 
calibration which I refused due to her hostile 
nature. Stacey was then given a chance to 
sign the citation and I handed her my ticket 
pan and pen and she jerked both items 
from my hand and drew a large X where a 
signature was supposed to be and then 
handed me my ticket pan and pen back. 

I then went to give her a copy of her citation 
and Stacey grabbed the driver side door 
and attempted to shut the door with me in 
the way and I stopped the door and told 
Stacey that she was not free to leave and 
that she needed to show some kind of 
respect to police officers. Stacey then yelled 
that she was going to the station to file a 
report and I gave her the copy of her 
citation and then cleared. 

Once I returned to the station a red pickup 
truck arrived and Stacey and her husband 
exited the vehicle and walked past the back 
door where I was standing. I could hear 
Stacey swearing and her husband asked "Is 
this him?" and stated to me that " you better 
have good evidence young man" and 
continued in the police department to speak 
to the dispatcher. 

Stacey's husband was told that he needed 
to come back at a different time to file a 
complaint because I could not be the one to 
give it to him and he stated to DO Wheeler 
that "You need to keep your young boy 
under control" and then exited the
building.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004164 
DATE: 04/28/2018 14:55:00
Identity Fraud



On this date I spoke with Amanda Powers, 
who advised me she had four unauthorized 
charges to her checking account, all 
originating from the Los Angeles California. 
The four charges all in the area of $75-$125 
and ad up to $400.18. Amanda advised me 
she already called her bank (Woodforest 
National Bank) and cancelled the card. 
Amanda gave me a copy of her bank 
statement with her account information and 
the listed unauthorized charges, and filled 
out a voluntary statement. With the charges 
originating from so far away, Amanda 
having no idea how this happened, and 
given that her card has been cancelled and 
her bank made aware. This case will be 
closed.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18004161
TRAFFIC - DUS (License Forfeiture)


While on routine patrol at the intersection of 
15th Street and Texas Ave., I was advised 
by a resident of a suspicious occupied 
vehicle parked up at the park. This officer 
proceeded west bound onto Texas Ave. and 
observed a silver in color 4 door vehicle pull 
to the side of the roadway, reverse to traffic. 

I activated overhead lights and advised 
dispatch of the stop. The vehicle was 
bearing Ohio registration FET6901 and was 
occupied by a male and female. The driver 
was identified as Cody M Byler. Mr. Byler 
was advised why I had stopped and he 
stated that he was looking for a friend that 
he was supposed to pick up but could not 
find them. This officer ran Mr. Bylers driver's 
license through LEADS and it was learned 
that he was currently operating under a 
License Forfeiture suspension. 

Mr. Byler was cited for the violation 
(335.074) and given a court date of 
05/10/2018 @ 0900. Mr. Bylers 
grandparents came and picked up the 
vehicle and this officer then cleared.



Ptl. Siranovic #SO7



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SEBRING POLICE STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case # 18006114
TRAFFIC - DUS (FRA)


On 04/27/18 while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser I was travelling west bound in 
the 200 block of E Maryland Ave. I 
observed a dark colored SUV driving 
without any tail lights in front of me 
travelling in the same direction. The vehicle 
a Gray Honda Pilot bearing FL N723QS 
was stopped at the corner of E Maryland 
Ave and Nl4th St. The driver was identified 
as Pamela K Fording. Pamela was found to 
have a suspended FL license.

Pamela was issued a citation for DUS 
(FRA) 335.072 and No tail lights 337.24 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 05/10/18 at 
0900hrs. The vehicle was taken away by 
valid driver Donald Fording and was 
immediately taken to his residence of 265 E
Maryland which was just a few houses 
away.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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Friday, May 18, 2018
05:15 PM -0500

Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004152 
DATE: 04/27/2018 15:40:00
Criminal Trespass



On 04/27/18 I was dispatched to 735 N 15th 
St for a report of a women digging through 
a dumpster.


Ptl. Brindack 508



Upon arrival I observed Sandra N Stanley 
digging through a dumpster up against a 
garage in a parking lot next to 735 N 15th 
St. Sandra advised me she was looking for 
a picture frame or anything useful for her 
new house but "that lady yelled at her so 
she stayed to be spiteful". 

Officer did not witness Sandra take 
anything from the trash and Sandra said 
she would just leave. 
I advised Sandra from now on not to come 
onto others properties to dig through 
dumpsters. I then spoke with the caller 
Patricia Thompson who said she was 
worried Sandra was looking to steal 
someones identity from the trash. Patricia 
advised Sandra had a cloths basket and 
took some small items from the trash so 
she yelled at her. Officer did not observe 
the cloths basket or trash taken that Patricia 
was referring to,  then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004144 
DATE: 04/25/2018 18:27:00


On 04/25/2018. 1 was dispatched to the 
300 block of East Indiana Avenue in 
reference to a Domestic Dispute. 



Redfern 504



On 04/25/2018. 1 was dispatched to the 
300 block of East Indiana Avenue in 
reference to a Domestic Dispute. I arrived 
on location and spoke to Rebecca 
Brodzenski and Mark Muller whom advised 
that they were arguing about Rebecca 
leaving.

Rebecca advised that Mark took her bag of 
clothing out of the car and wouldn't give it 
back to her. Rebecca advised that she 
wanted her stuff back and that she would 
be on her way. Both parties advised that 
there was not physical abuse. Mark gave 
Rebecca her bag of belongings and both 
parties parted ways.



Redfern 504



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Sebring Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER. 18-004083 
DATE: 04/15/2018 22:43.00
Assault on a Peace Officer/F-4 2903.13A5

On Sunday, April 15, 2018, Patrolman 
Marchionda was dispatched to 496 W Ohio 
Avenue in reference to a citizen welfare 
check

Arrested: Jennarae Woods, 18, 496 W Ohio 
Avenue





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Sebring Police STORY
Case No.: 18004143
Traffic Speed (47/35) 333.03
900 blk N 12th St. Sebring, OH


Arrested: Kylie Lanave,19, 448 S 14th St. 
Sebring, OH

On 4/25/2018, while sitting stationary in a 
marked police cruiser on N 12th St near 
Pine Lake Rd, I observed a red car traveling 
north on N 12th St at a visibly high rate of 
speed. I activated my radar unit which 
confirmed the speed to be 47 mph in a 
clearly posted 35 mph zone. I initiated a 
traffic stop on the vehicle, bearing Ohio 
plate F797562 in the 900 block of N 12th St. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver/owner Kylie Q. 
Lanave. Kylie advised she was going 
approximately 45 mph and knew it was a 35 
mph zone. 

Kylie was issued a citation for Speed 
333.03 SCO and advised of her court date 
at MCC#3 5/3/2018 @, 0900 hrs



Sgt. Eberling #503


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SEBRING Police STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004106
Criminal


This officer was dispatched to 485 1/2 West 
Oregon Ave for a theft of motor vehicle 
report.


Ptl Siranovic #507


This officer was dispatched to 485 1/2 West 
Oregon Ave for a theft of motor vehicle 
report. 

Upon arrival, I spoke with the caller Dakota 
Santee. Mr. Santee stated that he parked 
his aunts car at this address because he 
was drinking and stays at this address at 
times. He stated that he left the vehicle 
there while he and some friends went out. 
Mr Santee stated that he received a call 
from the home owner, being Richard Beitler, 
and Mr. Beitler advised him that Spencer 
Hunt came and took the vehicle.

I then interviewed the homeowner, Richard 
Beitler. Mr. Beitler stated that he was laying 
on his couch and he heard someone enter 
his residence and he observed Spencer 
Hunt in his kitchen. Mr. Hunt asked Mr. 
Beitler where "Dakota's" keys were at and 
Mr. Beitler stated that they were on the 
fridge.

Mr. Beitler then stated that Spencer Hunt 
left with the vehicle.

Sgt Eberling spoke with the vehicle owner, 
Jennifer Santee. Ms. Santee is currently out 
of town and will be responding to our police 
department on 04/20/2018 to pursue 
charges for the theft. 
Dakota Santee was intoxicated at the time 
of the call so he was advised to also 
respond to the Sebring Police Department 
on 04/20/2018 so I can obtain a statement 
as well.

Prior to officer leaving, Dakota received a 
call from Spencer Hunt's mother and she 
advised that the vehicle was at her house in 
Alliance. Dakota did not know the address 
but stated that he knew where it was at and 
was going to respond there to retrieve the 
vehicle keys. Ms. Santee the vehicle owner 
also was notified of this and stated that she 
did not want it towed and that she was ok 
with Dakota going to get the keys and 
leaving the vehicle at the Alliance 
residence.



Ptl. Siranovic #507


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 04/20/2018 1 was called in by Chief 
Harris in reference to a case. Chief Harris 
advised that he was assigning me this case 
and filled me in on the details. Chief Harris 
advised that he was with the two witnesses 
at currently and he was obtaining 
statements.

Redfern 504


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 04/20/2018 1 attempted to reach out to 
Richard Beitler at his residence with no 
success. I then attempted to make contact 
via cell phone and left a message.

Redfern 504


INVESTIGATOR NOTE.

On 04/20/2018 Made contact with 
Prosecutor Tolson in reference to this case 
and we discussed
warrants for the following charges;


Burglary F2
Grand theft of a Motor Vehicle F4
B&E F5
Criminal Damaging M2
State complaints will be sent to MCC#3 for 
warrants. 

Redfern 504


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

On 04/25/2018 I Ptl. Scott arrived to the 
station to begin my shift and was advised 
by Sgt. Eberling that Perry township police 
had a male identified as Spencer Hunt 
detained that had an active warrant through 
MCC#3. I then met with Perry township at 
the Walmart in Canton Ohio 2300 Atlantic 
Blvd. and Spencer was transferred into my 
custody. 

I then transported Spencer back to station 
and gathered paper work and collected 
DNA via mouth swap and transported 
Spencer to the Mahoning County Adult 
Justice Center. Once at the justice center 
deputies took responsibility of Spencer and 
I then returned to the village.

PTL SCOTT



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SEBRING Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
TRAFFIC

Brian Carlisle 

On 4/22/2018 I observed a vehicle parked 
revving its engine multiple times which 
resulted in a OVI arrest.

Ptl. Scott #506


On 4/22/2018 at 12:50am I Ptl. Scott was 
traveling west on W. Indiana Ave. near N. 
17th St. when I heard a vehicle rev its 
engine multiple times. I turned my cruiser 
around and drove up to a van and observed 
a male in the driver seat and heard the 
engine rev once more coming from this 
individual's vehicle. I also recalled 
observing this same vehicle driving east on 
W. Ohio Ave. before turning onto N. 17TH 
St. I then drove next to the vehicle and 
spoke to the driver and asked if he was 
okay and he responded with "I am revving 
my engine to get the dust bunnies out of my 
van" the driver appeared to be heavily 
intoxicated. 

I then told the driver to stay in the vehicle 
and positioned myself behind his vehicle 
and activated my overhead lights and 
notified dispatch.

I then approached the vehicle and identified 
the driver as Brian Carlisle and asked Brian 
where he was coming from in which he 
stated Alliance and Brian admitted to driving 
the vehicle and I then asked Brian if he had 
consumed any alcoholic beverages prior to 
driving in which he stated yes. I then asked 
Brian to exit the vehicle and when he did I 
could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his person. I then 
instructed Brian to come to the rear of his 
vehicle and I also turned my front overhead 
lights off which soon after Ptl. Siranovic 
arrived. 

I then asked Brian if he would consent to 
standardized field sobriety testing in which 
he stated yes.

I told Brian to stand straight up with his feet 
together and his arms up and down and to  
his sides. I asked Brian if he had any 
medical conditions that would inhibit him 
from taking the tests in which he stated that 
he hit his head months ago and had a 
concussion and throughout the night Brian 
would state new conditions.

I asked if Brian currently takes any 
medication in which he stated that he takes 
blood pressure medication but had not 
taken any tonight. I then instructed Brian to 
continue to stand in the starting position 
and to follow my pen with his eyes and to 
not move his head. I then checked for equal 
pupil size on both eyes, if both eyes tracked 
equally, and a resting nystagmus. Both 
Brian's pupils where of equal size both 
Brian's eyes tracked equally, and Brian 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, onset of 
nystagmus prior to 45 degrees in both eyes, 
distinct nystagmus at maximum deviation in 
both eyes. Also Brian at times would not 
follow with the pen but instead would look 
directly at me and I had to tell him to follow 
the pen multiple times, also Brian would 
follow with his head after being told to just 
follow with his eyes multiple times.

The next test was the walk and turn and I 
had Brian stand in the starting position 
standing straight up with his arms to his 
side and his right foot in front of his left food 
while 1 gave the instructions and I told him 
to stay at that position and not to move or 
start until I instruct him to do so and asked if 
he understood in which Brian stated yes 
that he understood. 

Once I gave the instructions as well as a 
demonstration of what the test would look 
like I instructed Brian to begin and once the 
test began I observed the following clues: 
Improper turn, stepped off the line, used his 
arms to balance, miscounted steps, and 
was unable to keep his balance, did not 
count out loud, staggered and almost fell 
several times. The next test was the one leg 
stand and I instructed Brian to stand 
straight up with his feet together and his 
hands to his side while I gave him the 
instructions and asked him if he understood 
in which Brian stated yes that he 
understood. I gave Brian the instructions 
along with an example and told him while 
performing the test to not put his foot down 
and asked Brian if he understood in which 
Brian stated that he understood. 

Once the test began I observed the 
following clues: did not count out loud, 
could not keep his balance, improperly 
counted, put foot down, used arms to 
balance, swayed while balancing, Brian 
almost fell several times and I made the 
decision to end the test for his safety.

Once the tests where finished based on the 
results and my experience I placed Brian 
under arrest for suspicion of OVI and 
placed him in hand restraints which where 
gapped and double locked and placed Brian 
in the back of my cruiser. I then transported 
Brian to the station where I read Brian the 
BMV 2255 form and asked Brian if he 
wanted to submit to chemical testing in 
which he consented and signed the BMV 
2255 form which Ptl. Siranovic witnessed. 

I then transported Brain to the Alliance 
police department for chemical testing and 
met with Ptl. Mark which conducted the test.

Brian then gave a breath sample for the 
intoxilyzer 8000 and a sample was obtained 
and I then obtained a urine sample from 
Brian which I transported back to the 
department and placed in the refrigerator. 
Once all chemical testing was complete I 
viewed the results of the breath sample and 
Brian's blood alcohol content was 0.289. I 
then transported Brian back to the 
department where he was processed by 
fingerprinting and photographing which was 
done by Ptl. Siranovic and I then wrote a 
traffic citation for ORC 4511.19(A)(l)(a) OVI 
(SFST) and ORC 4511.19(A)(l)(h) OVI 
(Greater than .17) and Brian was given a 
court date of 4/26/2018 at 9:OOam with a 
personal appearance required for Mahoning 
County Court #3. I then had Brian sign a 
recognizance form of $1,000 for both OVI 
charges. 

Brian was given a copy of the BMV 2255 
form, traffic citation, bond recognizance 
form, and his breath results. 

Once the paper work was complete I gave 
Brian a courtesy transport at 275 W.lndiana 
Ave. and then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506




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SEBRING Police STORY
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18004138 
DATE: 04/24/2018 21:00:00
1026 S 12th St
Criminal Damaging

Upon arrival I spoke with Bradeley Etto who 
showed me multiple muddy footprints on his 
door to his apartment. Some of the 
footprints were extremely high up the door 
and the door had no dents or visible 
damage. Bradley advised no damage to the 
door or that anything of his was missing but 
when he returned home it was not latched 
all the way. There were several muddy 
footprints through out the apartment 
building but none seemed to match that of 
the ones on the door. 

Bradley advised he does not know who 
could have done it but he is suspicious of 
his new neighbor as there was 6 or 7 of 
them in one apartment. 

Photographs were taken of the footprints 
and I cleared. With nothing missing and no 
further evidence to go on this cask will be 
closed.



Ptl Brindack 508



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SEBRING Police STORY
4/23/2018
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004130
Speed (51/35)


On 04/23/2018 at 1620hrs I Officer Rober 
while conducting stationary radar on 12th 
and E Georgia in marked unit 301 observed 
a black in color Chevy tmck that appeared 
to be travelling above the posted speed 
limit. I then activated my department's 
stationary radar Python III and got a locked 
speed of 5lmph in a post 35mph zone. I 
then activated my emergency lights and 
made a stop of the vehicle. I then identified 
myself and the reason for the stop and 
identified the driver as Justin Yeder. Jnstin 
stated to me that he was not paying any 
attention to the speed limit and that he was 
trying to get home. 

I then issued Justin a citation for speed and 
gave him a court date of 05/04/2018 at 
0900hrs and MCC#3. Justin then 
acknowledged the citation and signed it 
upon nothing further I cleared and resumed 
patrol.




Officer Rober #511



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SEBRING Police STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004129 TRAFFIC
DOUGLAS PRIMM
1 ARMS BLVD APT 5, NILES, OH 44446

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE (STOP 
SIGN)

On Monday, April 23,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 at the 
corner of E Texas Ave and S 15th St. I 
observed a dark blue Toyota sedan 
approach the intersection from the north 
and fail to come to a complete stop at the 
posted stop sign. I then activated my 
overhead emergency lights and pulled out 
onto S 15th St and performed a traffic stop. 
The vehicle, a dark blue Toyota Corolla 
bearing Ohio registration FSE7213, came to 
a stop on S 15th St at W Kentucky Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised him of the 
reason for the stop. I asked the driver for 
his driver's license, registration and 
insurance information. The driver, identified 
as Dougias Primm, was able to produce all 
but his insurance information. Primm was 
issued citation #031110 for Village 
Ordinance 313.01 Traffic Control Device 
(Stop Sign - Fail to Obey) and advised of 
his mandatory court appearance before 
MCC #3 on Thursday, May 3,21318 at 
0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513




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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
01:16 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
SPEEDING


On Monday, April 9, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 near the 
corner of S 12th St and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed an orange Dodge sedan 
accelerating toward my location at a high 
rate of speed as it continued north on S 
12th St.

After locking the vehicle's speed in at 55 
MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone, I performed 
a traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights and audible siren. The 
vehicle, an orange Dodge Caliber bearing 
Ohio registration FIU6522, came to a stop 
in the 100 block of S 12th St.

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised her of the 
reason for the stop. I asked the driver for 
her driver's license, registration and 
insurance information. The driver, identified 
as Emily Marie Morris, was able to produce 
all of the aforementioned documents. Morris 
was issued citation #031106 for Village 
Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over Limits and 
advised of her court appearance before 
MCC #3 on Thusday April 19,2018 at 0900.



Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004010 
DATE: 04/03/2018 15:33:00


On 04/03/18 I was dispatched to 176 E. 
Oregon for a trash complaint


Upon arrival I witnessed a couch and a 
large amount of trash on the back patio. A 
trash warning letter was issued to the 
residence and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:
On 04/10/18 I went to 176 E Oregon Ave 
and observed that all trash including the 
couch had been removed.


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004048 
DATE: 04/09/2018 20:01:00


On 04/09/2018 I Officer Rober while on 
patrol in marked unit 301 was conducting 
stationary radar on 1400 block of S 
Johnson Road when I observed a black in 
color truck that appeared to be traveling 
above the posted speed limit. I then took 
the department issued hand held radar and 
got a confirmed speed of 60mph in a 
35mph zone. I then pulled behind the 
vehicle to try to make a traffic stop when I 
observed the vehicle in question cross the 
center line multiple times. 

I then activated my emergency over head 
lights to make a stop on the vehicle on Rt 
62 in the parking lot Oakridge Motel.

I then exited my patrol vehicle and made 
contact with the driver later identified as 
Phillip Fonner. While speaking with Phillip I 
smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming 
from his person and he also slurred speech 
and glassy eyes. I then asked Phillip if he 
had anything to drink which he stated he 
had not. I then told him that I smell an odor 
of alcohol coming from him which he then 
told me that he might have had 1 or 2 drinks 
at her sister's house.

I then went back to my marked patrol 
vehicle and called for the assistance from 
another officer for back up. A short time 
later Officer Marchionda arrived on scene, I 
then had Phillip step out of his vehicle. I 
asked Phillip if he had anything on him that 
could hurt me and if it was ok for me to pat 
him down for officer safety which he replied 
that it was ok for him to be pat downed. 
Once I completed the terry pat down search 
I asked Phillip if he would submit to 
standard field sobriety test which he replied 
was ok. I then asked Phillip if he had any 
injuries or taken any medication or wearing 
contact which he replied he had contacts in. 

I then turned off my front over head lights 
and had Phillip stand in front of my marked 
patrol vehicle. I then conducted the 
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test which 
resulted in 6 clues, lack of smooth pursuit in 
both eyes, distinct sustained nystagmus 
maximum deviation in both eyes, and onset 
of nystagmus prior to 45 degrees on both 
eyes.

I then had Phillip conduct the walk and turn. 
I instructed Phillip the next part of the test is 
the walk and turn I had Phillip put his left 
foot on the line and place his right foot 
directly over his left and do not the start in 
test until I tell you to begin. 

While explaining the test I noticed him not 
keep his balance and not following 
instructions and I also gave Phillip a 
demonstration of the test which he replied 
he understood the instructions. Once the 
test started I noticed Phillip step off the line 
use and his arms for balance and not 
touching heel to toe on any of steps. I then 
explained to Phillip about the next test 
which was the one leg stand and gave him 
instructions and demonstrated which he 
replied he understood the test. While 
conducting the one leg stand I observed the 
following clues, hopping to keep balance, 
put his foot down, used his arms for 
balance and swaying to keep balance.

I then had Phillip place his hands behind his 
back and advised him that he is under 
arrested for operating a vehicle under the 
influence of alcohol and then handcuffed, 
gapped and double locked them and placed 
Phillip in the back of my marked patrol 
vehicle. Officer Marchionda then conducted 
an inventory search of the vehicle and 
called Springer's towing to impound the 
vehicle while I transport Phillip to the 
station.

Once at the station I took Phillip in the 
patrol booking area and read the BMV2255 
to him and then asked him if he 
understands what I told him which he 
replied he does. I then asked if he will 
subrnit to a chemical breath test which he 
replied that he will. Sgt Eberling then set up 
the intoxilyzer 8000. Sgt Eberling then 
explained the test which Phillip 
acknowledged. Phillip submitted to a 
chemical test which resulted in a BAC of 
.216. 

Once the test was done I explained to 
Phillip that he will be charged with 
Speeding, left of center, OVI, and OVI high 
tier and that his license will be placed under 
administrative license suspension and that 
he will have to go to court on 04/12/2018 at 
0900hrs at Mahoning County Court #3 in 
Sebring. 

Officer Marchionda then finger printed 
Phillip and Sgt Eberling took booking 
photos. Once all the paperwork was 
completed and copies were given to Philip, 
Officer Marchionda took Phillip to his 
sister's house. Upon nothing further I 
cleared and resumed patrol.



J. Rober, BADGE NO: 511



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Sebring Police Department
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004057 
REPORT DATE: 04/11/2018 12:06.00


On 04/11/2018 I was met on station for a 
theft report. I arrived on location and spoke 
with Michelle Morrow and Allen Reed. 
Michelle advised that while she was in the 
hospital her two cell phones and her native 
American spear was stolen. 

Michelle filled out a written statement. I 
advised Michelle that I would keep an look 
out for the items but with little to no leads 
the case would be closed unless new 
information came to light.


Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT 
ARREST REPORT


On 4/11/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a black truck 
traveling north on S 12 St near the village 
limits at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my radar unit which confirmed the 
speed to be 55 mph in a clearly posted 35 
mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, bearing Ohio plate EJZ2632 on S 
12th St near E Georgia Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver, Lester M. Stanley.

Lester advised he wasn't paying attention to 
his speed and was in a hurry to get to his 
daughter's house. Lester was issued a 
citation for Speed 333.03 SCO and advised 
of his court date at MCC #3 on 4/19/2018 at 
0900 hrs. Lester was able to provide valid 
proof of insurance at the time of stop.



Sgt. Eberling #503



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Sebring Police Department
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004063 
DATE: 04/11/2018 17:30:00


On 04/11/2018 I was requested to the 500 
block of West Ohio Avenue in reference to a 
consent to search. I arrived on location and 
spoke to Rebecca Stickler whom advised 
that she her friend XXXX use her car and 
she found out that she let her friend XXXXX 
use the car and they left a few black cases 
in the car. Rebecca advised that XXXXX is 
a drug dealer and she believes that there 
may be drugs in the containers. 

I had Rebecca fill out a consent to search 
and I confiscated the black containers and a 
pocket knife. I then cleared.

Once back at station there was nothing 
found to be illegal and Items were thrown 
away and the pocket knife will be stored in 
cell block b.


Sgt. Eberling #503




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Sebring Police Department
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004066 
DATE: 04/11/2018 21:19:00

On 04/11/18 I was dispatched to 175 W. 
Ohio Ave for a damage report.

Ptl. Brindack 508



Upon arrival I spoke with Michelle Morrow, 
Joann Martin, and Donald Hill. Michelle 
advised me that there was a cut in the 
netting on the bed cover of her truck. I 
observed the alleged cut which was 
triangular in shape and was about 2 inches 
long on each side. Michelle and the other 
advised that the cut was not there earlier 
today but XXXX was there and asked to 
leave and he said " as long as Shellys 
happy" and then left. After which Joann 
noticed the cut. 

All parties advised they did not specifically 
see XXXX cut the screen but that he carries 
a "deer gutting knife" so they think he did.

Voluntary statements were obtained from 
Don, Joann, and Michelle. Don and 
Michelle advised they wanted a a notice of 
restriction and Michelle was advised Don 
would need to come file a report to do so. I 
then cleared.



Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004068 
DATE: 04/12/2018 08:27:00


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Dakota N. Guy, 51 3 Walnut St. 
Alliance. Mr. Guy advised XXXX 29549 
Salem Alliance Rd. Lot 2, Salem has been 
upset with him because he is dating his 
daughters mother. Mr. Guy advised he 
stayed at 555 W. New York Ave. last night. 
Mr. Guy then advised at approximately 
0745hrs Mr. XXXX ame with XXXX 12135 
N. 12th St. Beloit, to pick up his daughter. 
Mr. Guy advised Mr. XXXX was angry with 
him and calling him names.

Mr. Guy then advised after Mr. XXXX left he 
went outside to smoke a cigarette and 
observed several scratches on the trunk 
and rear bumper of his car. Mr. Guy advised 
he believed Mr. XXXX caused the damage. 
Mr. Guy showed me surveillance video of 
Mr. XXXX There was a time that Mr. XXXX 
was near Mr. Guys car but it does not 
appear he caused any damage to the car. 

I obtained a written statement from Mr. Guy 
that will be placed in the case file There 
were 3 photographs taken of the damage to 
the car as well as a video of XXXX and 
XXXX  on the porch However, Mr. Guy has 
not been able to provide me with a video of 
Mr . XXXX near his car. 

This case will be closed due to lack of 
evidence



Ptl. Kelm #505



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT


On 04/12/2018 at 11:26pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. 15th St. when I clocked in a vehicles 
speed traveling south on the same road at 
55mph in a 40mph zone with my cruisers 
mounted radar unit. The vehicle passed my 
cruiser and I then turned my cruiser around 
and positioned myself behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on US Rt. 62 near 
Perkins restaurant. 

The vehicle was a 2012 blue Chevrolet 
Cruze bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HGL.8656). I then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance which I received but 
the proof of insurance was expired. The 
driver was identified as Lori Eagon and I 
wrote Lori a traffic citation for speed ORC 
4511.21 and cited Lori into MCC#3 with a 
court date of
04/19/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance required. Once Lori signed the 
citation she was provided a copy and I then 
cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT


On 04/13/2018 at 4:18 am I Ptl. Scott along 
with Ptl. Hughey while in a marked patrol 
car was stationary on the 1400 block of S. 
Johnson Rd. when I clocked in a vehicles 
speedtraveling south on the same road at 
49mph in a 35mph zone with the hand held 
portable radar unit. The vehicle passed my 
cruiser where I observed the driver did not 
have his seat belt on but he was reaching to 
put it on. I then turned my cruiser around 
and positioned myself behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on S. Johnson 
Rd. near Grandview Cemetery. 

The vehicle was a 2003 Red Jeep 
Cherokee bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HJA5402). I then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance which I received. 
Further questioning the driver admitted that 
he forgot to put his seat belt on and was not 
wearing it when I pulled him over. 

The driver was identified as Matthew A. 
Grate and I wrote Matthew a traffic citation 
for speed SCO 333.03 as well as a seat belt 
citation SCO 337.27 and cited Matthew into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 04/19/2018 at 
9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required. Once Matthew signed the citation 
he was provided a copy and I then cleared.



Ptl. Scott #506
Ptl. Hughey #530




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SEBIUNG POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-002105 
DATE: 02/19/2018 14:47:00


On above date and time I Officer Rober was 
dispatched to 546 W Maryland for a theft 
report. Upon arrival I spoke with Amanda 
Shoffner, Amanda stated to me Brandon 
Bennett stopped by the house and stated 
that he forgot his wallet in Gavin's room. 
Amanda then let Brandon in to house where 
then Brandon then proceeded to go into 
Gavin's room. While Brandon was in 
Gavin's room Amanda stated her husband 
Mark Shoffner herd scuffling coming from 
Gravin's room and when asked if he was 
alright he Brandon stated that everything is 
fine and quickly exited the house.


I then spoke with Gavin Shoffner about the 
incident and stated that he was at work 
during the time when he got a text from his 
mom asking if its alright if she let Brandon 
Bennett into his home. Gavin stated that 
due to his work he can not get to his phone 
and once he returned to home he noticed 
that his lock box containing letters and his 
keys were missing. 

I then asked when was the last time he was 
these items and he stated to me that it was 
at 5:45 am when he went into work.

I then asked Gavin if anyone had access to 
his room during the time since he last saw 
his property. He told me that no one was in 
his room expect for his family and Brandon 
Bennett. I then asked Gavin what would he 
like for us to do about this incident and he 
stated that he wants him charged. I then 
gathered a written statement from Gavin 
and Amanda and stated to me if he has any 
contact with Brandon or any other 
information to give us a call. Upon nothing 
further I cleared and resumed patrol.


On 02/19/2018 I Officer Rober and 
Sergeant Eberling traveled to 235 E 
Pennsylvania to try to make contact with 
Brandon Bennet but was unable to from 
that location. We then travelled to 156 E 
Maryland to try to make contact with 
Brandon due to the location where he 
normally stays but was yet again unable to 
make contact with him. Upon nothing 
further Both units clear and resume patrol


Officer Rober #511


INVESTIGATOR NOTE:

I contacted prosecuting attorney Theresa 
Tolson in reference to this case, and during 
the phone call conversation it would be 
determined that a MI warrant for Theft 
would be obtained and case will be closed 
until further information comes to light.



Redfern 504



INVESTIGATOR NOTE

On 04/13/2018 1 was advised by dispatch 
that the Stark County Sheriffs Office had 
Brandon in custody and they were getting 
ready to release him and saw our warrant. 1 
advised them that since he was in the 
pickup radius I would be enroute to pick up 
Brandon.

I arrived on location at the Stark County 
Jail, Brandon was surprised to see that we 
had a warrant for him. He asked what the 
warrant was for and he was advised that it 
was for Theft from Gavin Schoffner. I gave 
Brandon details of the case and he advised 
that he never took the box in question, but 
he did however take weed that was laying 
on Gavin's bed. Brandon was then taken 
into custody and transported back to the 
department for processing. 

I got back to station and I asked Brandon if 
he wanted to give a statement on the case, 
and if so I would read him his rights and 
give him a statement. Brandon stated that 
he did not wish to provide a statement just 
to admit that he stole Gavin's weed 
because he owed him money. 

Brandon was processed and given a 
Recognizance Bond of $1,250.00 and a 
court appearance of 04/19/2018 at 0900, 
case will be closed.



Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT 
ARREST REPORT
Receiving Stolen Property F4
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003045 
DATE: 03/09/2018 16:38:00

THEFT
165 W. Oregon Ave., Sebring, OH

(1) Dagger
(1) Samurai Sword
(1) Medieval Sword


Arrested: NATHAN S BROOKS, 2913.51 
Receiving Stolen Property F-4 - Felony - 4

 

On 03-09-2018 I was requested on station 
to a theft report. As the victim was in the 
waiting room I had dispatch run his 
information to find that the male was 
identified as Andrew Banks of Sebring. 
NCIC also uncovered that Andrew has a full 
extradition warrant from Lorain County. 

I had Dispatch confirm the warrant and they 
advised that they wanted him and they 
would send a detainer. 

I brought Andrew back to the squad room 
for an interview and he advised that he 
believes that Allan Reed and Nathan 
Brooks broke into the house and stole 
several samurai swords and daggers. 

I obtained a written statement from Andrew. 
After the written statement was obtained I 
then placed Andrew under arrest for his 
warrant and transported him to MCJ. I then 
advised Andrew that he needed to come 
see me after he was done dealing with his 
warrant to further this case. I then cleared 
without incident.



Redfern 504

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On 04-05-2018 I saw Violet Smith at the 
courthouse who advised me that Nathan 
Brooks was being kicked out of her house.  
I asked Violet if she saw Nathan in 
possession of a dagger and she advised 
that he was in possession of one. I advised 
Violet that I would follow up with her in a 
few days.



Redfern 504

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On 04-07-2018 Once Andrew was released 
from jail I had Andrew send me a picture of 
the dagger that was missing.



Redfern 504

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On 04-05-2018 I went to Violet Smiths 
residence who already had a statement 
filled out. Violet stated that she saw Nathan 
there with a dagger. I showed Violet the 
pictures of the dagger and she advised that 
it was the dagger that was stolen.


Redfern 504

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On 04-05-2018 Andrew Banks called in 
stating that he saw Edward Mills a few days 
prior and he saw him wearing his clothes 
that were stolen along with the dagger.  
Andrew advised that he confronted Edward 
about it and Edward gave him his clothes 
back.


Redfern 504

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On 04-07-2018 I went to the Mills residence 
and found Nathan Brooks on the porch.  I 
attempted to ask Nathan about the incident 
and it appeared that Nathan was under the 
influence of a stimulant. Nathan was acting 
paranoid and started running down the road 
stating that he would meet me back at the 
department.

I went into the Mills residence and Spoke 
with Edward Mills whom was acting the 
same way Nathan was, who appeared to be 
on a stimulant and to be paranoid. Edward 
was speaking a thousand times a minute 
and stated that he had nothing to hide from 
me and pulled out several drugs from his 
pocket.

Drugs were confiscated see case # 
18004036. 1 asked Edward Mills if he seen 
the dagger and he advised that he saw 
Nathan with it and that Nathan broke into a 
house to get it. Edward refused to assist 
further and I then cleared.



Redfern 504

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On 04-07-2018 I spoke with Chief Harris in 
reference to filing charges of Receiven 
Stolen Property M1 and Chief advised that 
he approved and to forward the request to 
Prosecutor Tolson.


Redfern 504

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I spoke to Prosecutor Tolson, whom 
interpreted the Dagger to be a Dangerous 
Ordinance, which elevated the charge to a 
Felony of the 4th degree.

Warrant was typed up and sent to court.



Redfern 504

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On 04-12-2018 Nathan came to the 
department to talk about the incident. 
Nathan was advised that he was being 
charged in reference to the case. Nathan 
during the booking process advised that he 
knew where the weapon was but he wasn't 
saying anything because he wasn't being 
labeled as a snitch. Nathan was offered the 
opportunity to post a bond but was unable 
to. Nathan was then transported to MCJ on 
his warrant with a court date of 04/19/2018 
at 0900.



Redfern 504




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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004035 
DATE: 04/07/2018 16:20:00

THEFT
265 W OREGON AVE, SEBRING, OH,

Arrested: Edward Mills, Theft 2913.02(B)
(6), 50 pills of Hydrocodone, 20 pills of 
Xanax


On 04/07/2018 1 was dispatched to the 200 
Blk of West Oregon Avenue in reference to 
a dispute. I was advised by dispatch that 
the altercation was between mother and 
son, Mary and Edward Mills. I arrived on 
location and spoke to Marry Mills who 
advised that she just had hydrocodone filled 
yesterday with a quantity of 120 pills as well 
as her alprazolam with a quantity of 90. 
Mary advised that she had all of her pills 
thls morning and then she left and went to 
H&R Block to have her taxes filed.

When she got home she counted her pills 
she was missing roughly 60 hydrocodone 
and 20 alprazolam. Mary's other son Sean 
Mills advised that he caught Edward taking 
her medications earlier in the morning. 
Sean advised that he walked in on Edward 
taking them and he advised him to stop and 
leave the bedroom. Sean advised that he 
then went to Alliance and left the residence. 

I asked Edward, whom appeared to be 
under the influence of a stimulant at the 
time, about the pills and he stated that he 
did not want to talk about it.


Redfern 504


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This case will be forwarded to Chief Harris 
and Sgt Eberling for review and then 
pending their recommendations the case 
will be forwarded to Prosecutor Tolson for 
review for possible charges of Theft 
2913.02(B)(6)



Redfern 504



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On 04-12-2018 I went to Edwards 
residence to execute a warrant.  Edward 
was taken into custody without incident.  

I spoke with Edward who advised that he 
wanted to talk about the case and give a 
statement on who stole the meds. Edward 
was advised to speak with his attorney 
about it. Edward was transported to the 
station for booking. Edward was booked 
and taken to MCJ on a $8000 bond.

Edward has his first appearance on 
04/19/2018 at 0900. Case will be closed.



Redfern 504



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Sebring Police Department
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004076 
DATE: 04/13/2018 18:57.00
195 N. Johnson Rd


On 04/13/2018, 1 was met on station for a 
report. I arrived on location and spoke with 
Brandon Newell of Alliance , and his sister 
Taylor Newell of Sebring. Brandon advised 
that he is the victim of a pending assault 
case. Brandon advised that his sister went 
to Zep's Pizza earlier to get a pizza and the 
suspect of the assault confronted his sister 
whom was identified as XXXX of Sebring.

Taylor advised that she willingly went to 
XXXX place of work to order food. Taylor 
advised that XXXX then asked Taylor "Did 
you hear what I did to your brother", "Also 
did you hear he was cyberbullying me?". 
Brandon advised that he spoke with his 
attorney and he was advised to come to the 
police department and file intimidation 
charges against her, statement was taken.



Redfern 504



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On 04-13-2018 after review of ORC 
2921.03, 2921.04,and 2921.05 I determined 
there was no violation of any of the laws.


Redfern 504


############


On 04-13-2018 I spoke to Chief Harris and 
advised him of the situation and he also 
agreed that there was no violation of law 
but he wanted me to get the opinion of the 
prosecutor.


Redfern 504


###########


On 04/13/2018, 1 spoke with Prosecutor 
Theresa Tolson and advised her of the 
situation, and she also agreed that there 
was no violation of the law, but there may 
possibly be a bond violation if the condition 
of bond was no contact with the victim and 
the family of the victim. Case will be closed 
due to no violation of the law.


Redfern 504



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Sebring Police Department
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004087 
1000 blk N 12th St. Sebring, OH
Speed 55/35mph



On 4/16/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser traveling south on N 12th St 
near the village limits, I observed a red 
vehicle traveling north on N St at a visibly 
high rate of speed near Pine Lake Rd. I 
activated my radar unit which confirmed the 
speed to be 55 mph in a clearly posted 35 
mph zone. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, bearing Ohio plate HGH7154 in the 
1000 block of N 12th St. Upon approaching 
the vehicle, I made contact with the driver, 
Donna M. McMahan. 

Donna advised she had just left her 
mother's house in Beloit and was traveling 
home. Donna advised she did not have a 
driver's license due to it being expired. 
Donna advised she just never went and 
renewed it however had an ID card issued 
in February. Donna was issued a citation for 
Speed 333.03 SCO and No OLN 335.01 
and advised of her court date at MCC #3 on 
4/19/2018 at 0900 hours.

Donna was unable to provide valid proof of 
insurance and was advised she would need 
to personally appear at court to which she 
advised she understood. I gave Donna a 
reasonable amount of time to get a valid 
driver to the scene to operate the vehicle 
however she was unable to. Springer's 
Towing was requested to the scene to 
remove the vehicle from the roadway.

Ptl. Marchionda arrived on scene and gave 
Donna a courtesy transport back to her 
mother's house in Beloit. I performed a pre-
tow inventory of the vehicle and Springer's 
removed it from the roadway



Sgt. Eberling #503



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ebring Police Department
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004088
236 Alabama Ave., Sebring, OH
Speed 52/35, Driver License Required
Arrested: Joshua Lawson


On Monday, April 16,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #302 in front of 
100 S 12th St. I observed a white Dodge 
van accelerate past my location south on S 
12th St. I then observed the vehicle's speed 
increase from 40 MPH to 52 MPH in a 
Posted 35 MPH zone. I clocked the 
vehicle's speed in at 52 MPH. I then pulled 
out onto S 12th St in an attempt to catch up 
with the vehicle. 

At this time, I signaled a traffic stop by 
activating my overhead emergency lights. 
Due to the significant distance between 
myself and the vehicle, I then activated my 
audible siren after I saw it turn west onto 
Alabama Ave. I was finally able to effect the 
stop of the vehicle, a white Dodge Grand 
Caravan bearing Ohio registration 
HJA5502, after it pulled up to 236 Alabama 
Ave. 

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised him of the 
reason for the stop. I asked the driver for 
his driver's license. The driver, identified as 
Joshua Lawson, advised me he did not 
have a driver's license but provided his full 
name, social security number and date of 
birth. 

Patrolman Rober arrived on scene at this 
time to assist. 

While speaking to Lawson, his girlfriend, 
later identified as Letia Ballard, emerged 
from Apt#1 and brought his Ohio 
Identification Card to me. After Ballard 
handed me Lawson's ID card, I asked her if 
she knowingly allowed Lawson to take the 
van knowing he did not have a driver's 
license and she stated to me she did. I 
asked Ballard if she could produce any 
identification and she was able to provide 
me with her Ohio Driver's License. Ballard 
was also able to provide me with insurance 
documentation for the vehicle.

Lawson was issued citation #031108 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits, 335.01 Driver's License Required 
and advised of his mandatory court 
appearance before MCC#3 on Thursday, 
April 19,2018 at 0900. 

Ballard was issued citation #031109 for 
Village Ordinance 335.05 Wrongful 
Entrustment and advised of her mandatory 
court appearance before MCC #3 on 
Thursday, April 19,2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
04.16.2018



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Private Property Accident
Report #18004092
406 West Indiana Ave, Sebring, OH 44672 
Side yard


Unit #1 Matthew Schaub

Unit #2 Tifani Kent


Unit one was backing out of his driveway 
and backed into the yard of unit two and 
struck unit two causing damage to unit two.


Reporting Officer Chief Harris



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004082
18082 4th St. Beloit, OH 44609
Assault M1 (Court Summons)


Upon arrival, I spoke with the complainant 
Roderick Neill. Roderick advised he was 
standing at the ATM attempting to withdraw 
money when a male walked in the front 
door and looked right at him and spit in his 
face. Roderick advised the male then 
walked through the store yelling "crazy" 
stuff then walked back over and asked him 
if he was calling "Johnny Law". 

Roderick advised at which point the male 
spit in his face again. Roderick advised the 
male's mother, identified as Pamela Miller 
was the store attempting to control him. 
Roderick advised the male then took off out 
of the store on foot.

Roderick provided a voluntary written 
statement about what happened and 
advised he does wish to pursue criminal 
charges against the male for spitting in his 
face.

I briefly spoke with Pamela Miller on scene 
to which she advised the male was her Son, 
Dakota.

Pamela advised she picked him up from 
Alliance and had stopped at Circle K so he 
could get some cigarettes when this 
incident happened, Pamela advised she 
wants him admitted to a hospital because 
he was talking "crazy stuff about aliens".

Pamela advised she was unsure where he 
walked to but was going to attemp to locate 
him and call us. I had dispatch contact 
Goshen PD to attempt to locate Dakota in 
Beloit at his residence however it was 
negative contact at the time of this report. 

Ptl. Marchionda and myself checked the 
area around Circle K for Dakota however 
were unable to locate him. I spoke with the 
clerk at Circle K who advised the incident 
was captured on video however advised the 
day shift manager is the only one who can 
access and make a copy of the surveillance 
video. The clerk advised he would leave a 
note for the manger in the morning to make 
a copy. 

This case will be pending based on 
confirming Dakota's last name and 
information as well as watching the 
surveillance to verify it was him. I attempted 
to call Pamela back to get her son's 
information however her phone went to 
voicemail.


Sgt. Eberling #503



#############



On 4/18/2018, I was able to watch the 
surveillance video from Circle K and it 
clearly shows Dakoda W. Edinger walking 
in the front door and immediately getting in 
Roderick's face. Dakoda then walks through 
the store and approaches Roderick again 
as Pamela attempts to hold him back. 
Dakoda then points his finger in Roderick's 
face and lunges his face toward Roderick's 
spitting on Roderick's face. Dakoda than 
exits the store as Roderick calls police. 

The surveillance video confirms Roderick's 
voluntary written statement about what 
happened. Pamela Miller also identified the 
male as her son Dakoda W. Edinger. 
Dakoda's OHLEG picture also matches the 
male in the video. 

Based on this evidence, a charge of Assault 
2903.13A M-1 will be filed against Dakoda 
and a summons will be requested from the 
court.

On the same date as above, I received the 
summons from court and Dakoda was 
personally served at his residence and 
advised of his court date at MCC #3 on 
4/26/2018 at 0900 hours. Dakoda advised 
he understood and would be there.



Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004090
Criminal Damaging, Criminal Trespass
29549 Salem Alliance Rd Lol#211 Salem 
OH


Upon arrival I spoke with Kayla Marie 
Hartman and Darien Alexandria Eberling. 
Kayla advised me that her ex boyfriend and 
the father of her child Dakota Allen Best 
was at her house 615 W California Ave and 
was asked to leave multiple times by her 
but refused. Dakota was also told by 
officers to leave the residence yesterday 
04/16/18. Kayla advised me she attempted 
to walk away from Dakota but he blocked 
her from entering the house and then 
followed her inside. Once inside Kayla said 
Dakota "snapped her phone in half' and 
punched her in the stomach. 

Kayla was asked if she needed medical 
attention which she refused and a slightly 
red mark was visible on her stomach. Kayla 
said when Dakota left he said he was going 
to "kill himself'.


Darien was witness to him breaking the 
phone and striking Kayla as well as him 
saying he wanted to commit suicide. Kayla 
advised me she did not want to press 
charges for domestic violence but did want 
Dakota charged for trespass and breaking 
her phone. A domestic violence refusal form 
was signed by Kayla and voluntary 
statements were done by both Kayla and 
Darien.

I obtained the address of Dakota's 
residence (29549 Salem Alliance Rd lot #2 
Salem, OH 4460) from Kayla before I left 
and cleared. When I returned to our station 
I contacted Columbiana County SO, and 
requested they do a welfare check on 
Dakota to which their dispatch advised they 
would send an officer to check on him. 

Dakota Allen Best was charged with 
Criminal Damaging 2909.06(A)(1) a M-2 
and criminal Trespass 2911.21 (A)(l) a M-4. 

State complaints were done requesting a 
summons for Dakota for MCC#3 on 
04/26/18 at 0900hrs.



Ptl. Brindack 508


################


On 04/18/18 Dakota Allen Best was served 
at his house 29549 Salem Alliance Rd Lot 
#211 Salem OH 44460 with two summons 
to MCC#3 on 04/26/18 at 0906hrs for 
criminal trespass and criminal damaging. 
Dakota took the summons said and began 
to argue the charges before walking back 
inside. I then cleared. 


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Case No.: 18004108
Speed 36/25
W. Ohio Ave. / N. Johnson St.


CITED: Sarah Herenroder  Sebring, OH , 
SCO 333.03

On 04/20/2018 at 4:12am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling east on 
W. Ohio Ave. when I Clocked a vehicles 
speed traveling west on the same road at a 
speed of 36mph in a 25mph zone. I then 
turned my cruiser around and initiated a 
traffic stop on W. Ohio Ave. and N. Johnson 
St. The vehicle was a 2012 gray Honda 
Pilot bearing an Ohio license plate 
(FAA4742). 1 then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to 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 but the 
proof of insurance was expired. 

The driver was identified as Sarah 
Hergenroder and I wrote a traffic citation for 
speed SCO333.03 and cited Sarah into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 4/26/18 
at9:OOam with a personal appearance 
required. Once Sarah signed the citation I 
Provided her with a copy and I then cleared. 


Ptl. Scott #506
Ptl. Hughey #530
4/20/2018




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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004114 
DATE: 04/21/2018 09:40:00
Telecommunications Harassment
Making False Alarms
396 E Indiana Ave Sebring OH 44672


(JUVENILE) Cited under 2917.21 
Telecommunications Harassment and 
2917.32 Making False Alarms


On this date at 0934 Hrs, I was contacted 
by Chief Harris via public service ref to 
threats being made by (JUVENILE) to the 
school. I was also advised by Chief Harris 
that he received a call from the Sebring 
School Principal one Joseph Krumpak 
regarding the post that was sent to the Stop 
It app at 0849 Hrs. The post was of a male 
that the face was distorted and the words 
under the photo said : Bitch imam menace 
shoot on school premises fuck the 
environment:. 

I was also advised that by Chief that he was 
advised by the Principal that the post was 
sent Anonymous to the Stop It system.

The principal also advised that after he 
found the post it was posted on 
(JUVENILE) site and also the photo was 
found to be (JUVENILE). I then received a 
copy of the post and the photo, and I found 
the photo to be one (JUVENILE). Mr. 
Krumpak came on station and a written 
statement from him regarding the issue.

REPORTING OFFICER: McDaniel, Steven


##########

On 04/21/2018 1 was advised at home by 
Chief Harris that I needed to come in for 
this case. I came in and reviewed the file, 
and felt that the initial officers gathered 
enough evidence to go fourth with charges. 
I contacted County Juvenile Prosecutor 
Anissa Modarelli, whom through discussion 
it was determined that Chris would be 
charged with the following:

M-1 Making False Alarms 2917.32 
M-1 Telecommunications harassment 
2917.21 

Chris was taken into custody and 
processed and taken to JJC.


REPORTING OFFICER: Redfern, Jr., Chad



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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
06:37 PM -0500

SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004040



On Sunday, April 8,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 near the 
corner of S 12th St and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed a dark blue Ford sedan 
accelerating toward my location at a high 
rate of speed as it continued north on S 
12th St.

After clocking the vehicle's speed in at 56 
MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone, I performed 
a traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights. The vehicle, a dark blue 
Ford Escape bearing Ohio registration 
GJH7705, came to a stop in the 100 block 
of S 12th St. 

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised her of the 
reason for the stop. I asked the driver for 
her driver's license, registration and 
insurance information. The driver, identified 
as Jennifer Kuntzman, was able to produce 
all but her insurance information. 

Schulze was issued citation #031105 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits and advised of her mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday 
April 19, 2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004039


On Sunday, April 8,2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 near the 
corner of S 12th st and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed a turquoise Ford sedan 
accelerate passed my location at a high 
rate of speed as it continued south on S 
12th St.

After locking the vehicle's speed in at 52 
MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone, I performed 
a traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights and audible siren. The 
vehicle, a turquoise Ford Focus bearing 
Ohio registration HAT8209, came to a stop 
in the 1400 block of S 12th St. Upon making 
contact with the driver, I identified myself 
and advised her of the reason for the stop. 

I asked the driver for her driver's license, 
registration and insurance information. The 
driver,identified as Ashley N. Schulze, was 
able to produce all of the aforementioned 
documents.

Schulze was issued citation #031104 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits and advised of her court appearance 
before MCC #3 on Thursday, April 19,2018 
at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004038
REPORT DATE: 04/08/2018 02:10:00

This Officer was dispatched to the 
Brickhouse Bar, 206 East Ohio Ave for a 
fight.  Upon arrival I observed a large group 
of subjects in the rear parking lot.  Upon 
interviewing some patrons they advised that 
the subjects involved had left prior to my 
arrival and that the fight started over a male 
subject assaulting a female. 

Ptl. Scott and I stayed on scene until the 
crowd dispersed and then cleared. No 
further information available at this time.


Ptl. Siranovic #507



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004037


On 04/08/2018 at 12:04am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. Johnson Rd. when I clocked a 
vehicles speed heading south on the same 
road at 45mph in a 35mph zone, The 
vehicle then passed my cruiser and I then 
turned my cruiser around and positioned 
myself behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on S. Johnson Rd. near 
Heacock Rd. The vehicle was a 2007 Blue 
Saturn 4-door bearing an Ohio license plate 
(GLA6331). I then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to 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. 

The driver was identified as Brett Weekly 
and I wrote Brett a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and cited Brett into MCC#3 
with a court date of 04/12/2018 at 9:OOam 
with a personal appearance not required. 
Once Brett signed the citation I provided 
him with a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506

04/08/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004032 
DATE: 04/06/2018 23:00:00


On 4/6/2018 at near 11:00pm I Ptl. Scott 
took a report on station for an alleged 
assault.

Once the two males arrived on station I 
identified them as Brandon Newell and 
Ryan Timpe. Brandon alleges that he was  
assaulted at the Zep's Pizza on N. 12th St. 
less than an hour ago and Ryan stated that 
he witnessed the assault. I had both 
individuals fill out voluntary statements 
which they completed.


Brandon states that he was a passenger in 
a vehicle that Ryan was driving to Zep's 
Pizza to pick up food.
 Ryan went inside to retrieve the food when 
Jenna seen him and asked Ryan to have 
Brandon come inside which Ryan called 
Brandon using a cell phone to tell him which 
Brandon told Jenna no and he hang the 
phone up.
 Ryan came back to the vehicle while Jenna 
followed him and went to the passenger 
side door and opened it and began to 
scream at Brandon and then punched him 
in the face several times and then 
attempted to slam the door while Brandon's 
leg was outside of the vehicle and then left 
while Ryan witnessed the whole event. 

Brandon then showed me a video of Jenna 
attempting to shut the car door on him 
which he sent to my department email.

I then took the statements and went to 496 
W. Ohio Ave. to speak with Jenna. I arrived 
and met with Jenna and asked if she 
wanted to'fill out a voluntary statement for 
the incident in which she did. I asked Jenna 
what happened in which Jenna stated that 
Brandon had cyberbullied her so when she 
saw him she punched him in the face a 
couple times and left.

I asked Jenna if it was in self-defense or if 
Brandon had attempted to fight back in 
which she stated no she just punched him 
because of anger from the cyberbullying. 
Jenna was told she can't go and assault 
someone for that reason in which she 
replied oops sorry. 

I then gathered the statement and cleared 
and arrived back at station to look over 
statements.

Once I looked over all statements I called 
Brandon and Brandon was requesting 
charges be filed on Jenna for assault. I then 
arrived at 496 W. Ohio Ave. once more and 
knocked on the door and was answered by 
Steve Woods and I asked to speak to his 
daughter Jenna. Jenna then came to the 
door and I placed Jenna under arrest for 
assault ORC 2903.13 M-I and read her 
Miranda rights. I then transported Jenna 
back to station where she was processed 
by fingerprints and photographs and then 
Jenna chose to call Sly Bail Bonds. Sly Bail 
Bonds soon arrived along with Jenna's 
parents to cosign for her bond.

The bondsman then talked to Jenna and 
her cosigner Steve Woods her father and 
they both signed paper work for the 
bondsman. I then received the power of 
attorney once they were finished and a 
copy was also made.
 
Jenna then signed the recognizance form 
along with the bondsman. The form 
consisted of $1,250.00 and Jenna is 
required to go to the Mahoning County 
Court #3 on 4/12/2018 at 9:OOam. Jenna 
was provided a copy of the recognizance 
form and once the bondsman was finished 
and the recognizance form was signed 
Jenna's parents took her home.




Ptl Scott #506


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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004030

Julie Burd 
489 West Georgia, Sebring Ohio

Shortcutting to avoid a Traffic Control 
Device



On 04/06/18 I was stationary at the red light 
at South Johnson Road and US 62, waiting 
for the light to turn green. I observed two 
cars that were behind me pull into the 
parking lot of Perkins and go onto US 62 to 
avoid the red light. 

I pulled over the first car just west of South 
Johnson Road on US 62. I made contact 
with the driver whom was identified as Julie 
Burd, I advised Julie as for the reason of 
the stop and suddenly Julie was irate and 
very confrontational and advised that she 
did not know that she was in any violation 
and she thought she was able to cut 
through the parking lot. 

Julie was cited for Shortcutting to Avoid a 
Traffic Control Device. When attempting to 
issue Julie her citation Julie was 
confrontational and argumentative. I 
advised Julie that I was not going to be 
yelled at by her I simply needed to explain 
the citation and she stated that she didn't 
need it explained. Julie took her citation and 
refused a signature.

Julie was cited into MCC#3 on 4/12/2018 at 
0900. As I attempted to clear Julie peeled 
out throwing gravel at my cruiser. 
I then cleared.


Ptl. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004028

Jason Jerome Carney 
10626 Kimberly Avenue, Cleveland Ohio 


On 04/06/18 I was in the area of the 800 
block of South 15th Street in marked cruiser 
301. I was traveling south when I observed 
a white van traveling north on South 15th 
Street in my lane of travel forcing me to 
ultimately pull into a driveway to avoid 
collision. I then decided to pull the vehicle 
over near the entrance to Copeland Oaks. I 
made contact with the driver of the vehicle 
whom was identified as Jason Jerome 
Carney of Cleveland. I ran Jason through 
dispatch who advised that Jason was 
suspended through Massillon Municipal 
Court and advised Jason that his license 
was suspended and he needed to have 
someone secure the vehicle. 

Jason advised that he was from Cleveland 
and his boss would be coming from 
Cleveland. Travel time from Cleveland to 
Sebring is not a reasonable time to remove 
the vehicle from the roadway so I called 
springers to secure the vehicle. 

Jason was cited from DUS and driving left 
of center. Jason was given a mandatory 
court date for 04/12/2018 at 0900 at 
MCC#3. 

I offered Jason a ride and he declined. 
Springers secured the vehicle and I then 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. Redfern 504

04/06/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004026 
DATE: 04/06/2018 03:05:00
Unwanted Person

Upon arrival I made contact with the home 
owners who advised me that they had 
Nathan Brookes evicted through the court 
and that he had arrived at the residence 
earlier in the night banging on the door. The 
home owner presented me with the court 
documents which had not been served to 
Nathan at this time. 

I along with Ptl. Siranovic searched the area 
for Nathan and where unable to make 
contact. I advised to the home owner if 
Nathan returns she needs to call the police 
and I along with Ptl. Siranovic cleared from 
the residence.

REPORTING OFFICER: Scott, Zachary 
DATE: 04/06/2018 08:45

Ptl, Scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004025 
DATE: 04/05/2018 21:48:00

This officer was dispatched to 836 South 
13th Street Apt 14 for a disturbance call.

This officer was dispatched to 836 South 
13th Street Apt 14 for a disturbance call. 
Dispatch advised that an anonornous 
female caller stated there was yelling and 
banging going on. Upon arrival and prior to 
making contact, this officer did not hear any 
type of noise coming from the apartment. I 
then made contact with the resident, Koty 
Claypool and his girl friend. Both stated that 
nothing was going on and that there has 
been no noise in there apartment except for 
their radio. 

officer determined that everything appeared 
to be Ok and I then cleared



Ptl. Siranovic #507



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004022
TRAFFIC


On Thursday, April 5,2018,I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #301 near the 
corner of S 12th St and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed a silver Toyota sedan accelerate 
passed my location at a high rate of speed 
as it continued south on S 12th St.

After clocking the vehicle's speed in at 50 
MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone, I performed 
a traffic stop by activating my overhead 
emergency lights, audible siren and 
stopping the vehicle, a silver Toyota Camry 
bearing Ohio registration ENW4055, in the 
600 block of S 12th St. Upon making 
contact with the driver, I identified myself 
and advised him of the reason for the stop. I 
asked for the driver's license and insurance 
information. The driver, identified as Yu 
Zheng, was able to produce his license but 
not a current copy of his insurance 
information. 

Zheng was issued citation #031103 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits and advised of his mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday, 
April 12,2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004018 
DATE: 04/05/2018 07:49:00


On this date I went to 186 East Oregon to 
check on a call for a criminal mischief 
complaint. Upon arrival I spoke to Alyssa 
Kirkendall and she told me that when her 
husband had came home this morning and 
tried to open the door with the deadbolt,it 
fell out of the door. She had dead bolted the 
door about 2300 hours last night and her 
husband had came home at 0600. I 
checked the deadbolt that had been 
removed from the door, and could not find 
any problems with it. The owner said that 
there was nothing missing in the house and 
did not believe that anyone made entrance 
into the house. 

Not knowing if the deadbolt had gotten 
loose over time and just feel out is not out 
of the question. The owner said they would 
obtain a new deadbott. This case is closed.


Chief Harris 







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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004017


On 04/05/2018 at 1:OOam I Ptl. Scott while 
in a inarked patrol car was traveling north 
on S. 15th st. when I clocked a vehicles 
speed traveling south on the same road at 
40mph in a 25mph zone. Once the vehicle 
passed my cruiser I turned my cruiser 
around and positioned myself behind the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on S. 15th 
St. and Texas Ave. 

The vehicle was a 2000 silver Chevrolet 
Blazer bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HCH8007). I then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to the driver and informed the 
driver of the reason for the stop. I requested 
their driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance which I received all but the 
proof of insurance. 

The driver was identified as Brice Wervey 
and I wrote Brice a traffic citation for speed 
SCO 333.03 and cited Brice into MCC#3 
with a court date of 04/12/2018 at 9:00am 
with a personal appearance required. Once 
Brice signed the citation I provided her with 
a copy and then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506

04/05/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-004011 
DATE: 04/03/2018 18:24:00

On 04/03/18 I was dispatched to 265 W 
Oregon Ave.


Upon arrival I spoke with Edward Mills Jr. 
who advised his dad was fighting with him 
because "he hit the wild turkey a little too 
hard". I spoke with Edward Mills Sr. who 
advised the fight was over Edward Mills Jr's 
use of drugs. Both parties advised the 
dispute at no time became physical and 
they were okay now. 

Edward Mills Jr. advised he was going to 
stay at an aunts house and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY 
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003170


On 03/30/18 I was dispatched to 205 W. 
Oregon Ave for a Domestic Violence.


Upon arrival both parties were already 
seperated and myself and Ptl. McDaniel 
spoke with Joseph Robert Warrick. Joseph 
advised me he and his wife May E Warrick 
got into an argument because she claims 
he did meth last night and he asked 
someone for a ride and said "I'll love you 
forever if you give me a ride" and she 
misunderstood so she punched him in the 
face twice so he "pushed her to get away 
from her". Joseph said he did not want any 
charges and signed a DV refusal and 
written statement.

I then spoke with May who was visibly 
upset and appeared as though she had 
been crying. May said she was in the 
basement about to get a shower when she 
told Joseph she believes that he was out all 
night doing meth, so Joseph slapped her in 
the face two times and threw a chair at her 
so she hit him once to get away from him. 

Myself and Ptl. McDaniel observed a red 
hand shaped mark including what appeared 
to be a thumb print on her right cheek and a 
red mark that resembled a palm of a hand 
on her left cheek. May was asked if she 
need medical attention to which may 
refused. May advised she would like to 
press charges and signed a DV complaint 
and did a voluntary statement.

May was given a copy of DV victims rights 
and assistance info form and we explained 
to her what her next steps would be. May 
also showed us pictures she had taken on 
her phone immediately after the incident 
occurred which clearly showed the red hand 
mark on her face and Ptl. McDaniel advised 
her to email the pictures to my department 
email as units did not have the department 
camera with us at the time.

Joseph determined to be the primary 
agressor was arrested for Domestic 
Violence 2919.25(A) and cuffs were gaped 
and double locked. Joseph was transported 
to our station. Joseph was fingerprinted, 
photographed, and able to post bond 
through Sly Bail-bonds and was released 
on recognizance with a court date at 
MCC#3 of 04/05/18 at 0900hrs. I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003165

On 03/29/18 while on patrol I was traveling 
South bound on S 15th near Rocky's drive 
thru when I observed a white car in front of 
me cross the double yellow line and go into 
the North bound lane to go around a car 
that was stopped waiting to turn. 

Traffic travelling north bound had to stop to 
avoid hitting the car as it was in their lane. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a 
White Chrysler 200 bearing OH registration 
CE70CK on S 15th St. near W California 
Ave. The driver was identified as Gale L. 
Diehl and advised of the reason he was 
being stopped. Gale was issued a citation 
for Driving within marked lanes 331.08 and 
given a court date at MCC#3 of 04/05/18 at 
0900hrs and I cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508
03/29/18



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004007

On Monday, April 2, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #303 near the 
corner of E Texas Ave and S 15'" St. I 
observed a silver four door sedan fail to 
obey the posted stop sign and proceed 
south through the intersection at S 15th St 
and W Texas Ave. I then performed a traffic 
stop by activating my overhead emergency 
lights and stopping the vehicle, a silver 
Dodge Dart which was not bearing any 
registration, on S 15th St near Werner Dr 
(Copeland Oaks entrance). 

Upon making contact with the driver, I 
identified myself and advised him of the 
reason for the stop. I asked for his driver's 
license, registration and insurance 
information. The driver, identified as Patrick 
Cathey, was able to produce all of the 
aforementioned documents including the 
temporary registration that had fallen off the 
rear of the vehicle. 

Cathey was issued citation #031102 for 
Village Ordinance 313.01 Traffic Control 
Devices and advised of his court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday, 
April 12,2018 at 0900. Cathey was also 
advised to re-affix the temporary 
registration tag to the rear of his vehicle as 
soon as possible.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
04.02.2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004006

On Monday, April 2, 2018, I, Patrolman 
Marchionda, was conducting traffic 
enforcement in marked unit #303 near the 
corner of S 12th St and E Georgia Ave. I 
observed a red GMC truck begin to 
accelerate as it continued south on 12th St.

After clocking the vehicle's speed in at 
51MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone, I 
performed a traffic stop by activating my 
overhead emergency lights and stopping 
the vehicle, a red GMC Truck bearing Ohio 
registration GST2937, in the 1200 block of 
S 12th St. Upon making contact with the 
driver, I identified myself and advised her of 
the reason for the stop. I asked for the 
driver's license, registration and insurance 
information. 

The driver, identified as Shannon 
Baldasare, was able to produce all but her 
insurance information. 
Baldasare was issued citation #031101 for 
Village Ordinance 333.03 Speed - Over 
Limits and advised of her mandatory court 
appearance before MCC #3 on Thursday, 
April 12,2018 at 0900.


Ptl. D. Marchionda #513
04.02.2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18004001

On 04/01/2018 at 12:50am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling north 
on N. Johnson Rd. when I clocked a 
vehicles speed traveling south on N. 
Johnson Rd. traveling 50mph in a 35mph 
zone, the vehicles speed was clocked 
exactly at the intersection of N. Johnson 
Rd. and Courtney Rd. I then turned my 
cruiser around and positioned myself 
behind the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop 
on N. Johnson Rd. south of Courtney Rd. 

the vehicle was a 2004 white Chevrolet 
Silverado bearing an Ohio license plate 
(GZN2326). I then approached the vehicle 
and spoke to the driver and informed them 
of the reason for the stop in which return 
the driver became irritated and stated that 
they were not speeding and that they were 
not going to argue with me about it.

The driver was being extremely 
disrespectful during initial contact. I then 
requested the driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which the driver 
gave me all of the requested documents. 
The driver was identified as Dale Walters 
and I then wrote Dale a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and cited Dale into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 04/12/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance not 
required. 

Once Dale signed the citation he was given 
a copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
04/01/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003183

On 03/31/18 I was in the area of Courtney 
Road near Allied Drive in marked cruiser 
301.1 observed a Blue Sedan traveling east 
on Courtney 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 display of 54 
MPH along with a high pitched noise. I then 
decided to make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the restrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as Paige Yoho of 
Alliance. Paige was advised of her offense. 
Kristen was cited to MCC#3 on 04/05/18 at 
0900 for Speed. I then cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. Redfern 504
03131/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003181
3/31/18

On this date at 1251 Hrs, while on patrol in 
the village of Sebring, I observed a white/ 
red Yamaha bearing Ohio registration 
CSM44 traveling North on N 12th St near E. 
Michigan Ave. I also observed the vehicle 
traveling at a visibly high rate of speed. 

The vehicle was clocked via the hand held 
radar at 53 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 4/12/18 at 9am.


Ptl. S.T. McDaniel # 509



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003179
3/31/18

On this date at 1003 Hrs, while on patrol in 
the village of Sebring, I observed a Gray 
GMC Sierra bearing Ohio Registration 
HBM7235 traveling South on Johnson Rd in 
the 1400 Blk. I observed the vehicle 
traveling at a visibly high rate of speed, and 
it was clocked via the Hand Held radar at 
50 Mph in a clearly posted 35 Mph zone. 

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was 
identified as one Levi James Clemens of 
Canfield. Mr. Clemens was issued a citation 
for speed, and given a court date in Mcc#3 
on 4/12/18 at 9Am.



Ptl. S.T. McDaniel # 509



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003178
3/31/18


On this date at 0912 Hrs, while on patrol in 
the Village of Sebring, I observed a Blk/Red 
Ford Ranger bearing Ohio Registration 
GNG7591 traveling North on S. 12th St 
near E. Georgia Ave. I observed the vehicle 
fail to display a front License Plate as 
required by law and the front windshield to 
be cracked. I stopped the vehicle on S. 12th 
St near E. Georgia Ave, and I identified the 
driver as one David Allen Dietz . 

Mr Deitz was advised the reason for the 
stop, and he advised me that he didn't know 
where the plate was and that he was in the 
process of replacing the windshield. Mr. 
Deitz also failed to wear his seat belt.
 Deitz was cited for Seat Belt Violation, and 
given a warning for the License plate and 
cracked windshield. Deitz was given a court 
date in Mcc#3 on 4/12/18 at 9AM.


Ptl. S.T.McDaniel#509



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003176

On 03/30/2018 at 11:51Pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling south 
on S. 12th St. when I clocked a vehicles 
speed traveling north at a speed of 47mph 
in a 35mph zone with my cruisers mounted 
radar unit. I turned my cruiser around and 
positioned myself behind the vehicle and 
initiated a traffic stop on Alabama Ave. near 
S. 12th st. the vehicle was a 2007 Chevrolet 
station wagon bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HBQ1956) 

I approached the vehicle and met with the 
driver and informed them of the reason of 
the 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 Eleanor Monk 
and I wrote Eleanor a traffic citation for 
speed SCO 333.03 and cited Eleanor into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 04/05/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance 
required.

Once Eleanor signed the citation she was 
provided a copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/30/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003174 
DATE: 03/30/2018 18:58:00

On 03/30/2018 1 was dispatched to the 300 
block of West Maryland Avenue in 
reference to a dog running at large. I arrived 
on location and found a white dog running 
the whole length of the 300 block of West 
Maryland. The dog initially appeared to be 
aggressive in nature. The dog went to 355 
West Maryland, I knocked on the door of 
the residence where the front door was 
being held shut with a makeshift lock. The 
neighbor came over and advised that the 
dog keeps getting out and the police were 
just called the other day on the dog. 

The neighbor yelled at the dog and the dog 
changed from an aggressive demeanor to a 
submissive demeanor. I opened the door 
and the dog ran into the residence and I 
shut the door. I returned to the station and 
prepared a Dog at Large warning. I then 
went back later and served Michael and 
Amanda Beane with the warning. I then 
cleared.


Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003173

On 03/30/18 I was in the area of the I000 
Block of South 15th Street in marked 
cruiser 304. I observed a Blue Van traveling 
South on S. 15th Street 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 
display of 47 MPH along with a high pitched 
noise. I then decided to make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the restrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as Jennarae Woods of 
Sebring. Jennarae was advised of her 
offense, and Jennarae stated that the 
speedometer of the vehicle was broken and 
she had no idea how fast she was going.

Jennarae was cited to MCC#3 on 04/05/18 
at 0900 for Speed. I then cleared without 
incident. 


Ptl. Redfern 504



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003172

On 03/30/18 I was in the area of US 62 and 
South Johnson Road in marked cruiser 304. 
1 observed a Black Sedan traveling West 
on US 62 at a speed that appeared to be 
greater then that of the posted speed limit 
of 55 MPH. I activated my mounted radar 
unit which gave a digital display of 71 MPH 
along with a high pitched noise. I then 
decided to make a traffic stop. 

I made contact with the restrained driver of 
the vehicle identified as James Laut of 
Salem. James was advised of his offense, 
and James stated that he did not believe he 
was going that fast. James was walkedback 
to the cruiser to observe the radar. James 
was cited to MCC#3 on 04/05/18 at 0900 
for speed then cleaered without incident. 


Ptl. Redfern 504
03/30/2018



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003166

On 3/29/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser traveling south on S 12th St, I 
observed a grey car traveling north on S 
12th St at a visibly high rate of speed. I 
activated my radar unit which confirmed the 
speed to be 57 mph in a clearly posted 35 
mph zone.

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, 
bearing Ohio plate EU96DS in the 1000 
block of S 12th St. Upon approaching the 
vehicle, I made contact with the 
driver/owner, Paul A. Thomas. Paul advised 
he was going to pick a pizza up in Sebring. 

Paul was issued a citation for Speed 333.03 
SCO and advised of his court date at MCC 
#3 on 4/5/2018 at 0900 hours. Paul was 
able to provide valid proof of insurance for 
the vehicle at the time of stop. 


Sgt.Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003155


On 3/28/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a grey vehicle 
traveling west on St Rt 62 near S 21St St. I 
had dispatch run the Ohio plate HJB5899 
which came back on a female who did not 
have a valid license. 

Dispatch provided a description of the 
registered owner to which the driver closely 
resembled. I initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle on St Rt 62 near S 21St St. Upon 
approaching the vehicle, I made contact 
with the driver, who was identified as 
Adrianna P. Burt. Adrianna advised she was 
not the registered owner but her license 
was suspended.

Dispatch confirmed Adrianna's license to 
have multiple open suspensions. Adrianna 
was issued a citation for DUS - 
Noncompliance 335.073 SCO and advised 
of her court date at MCC #3 on 4/5/2018 at 
0900 hours.
 Adrianna advised she would need to 
personally appear to which she understood.

Adrianna's car was pulled into the parking 
lot at Oak Ridge Motel and she was able to 
get a valid driver to respond to the scene 
and drive the vehicle home.



Sgt. Eberling #503




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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003154


On 03/28/18 I was at 325 W Virginia Ave in 
reference to a code enforcement case I was 
investigating when I observed a black 
dodge Dakota drive by. The driver who I 
recognized as Scott Fusco was yelling "see 
my trucks working now" referring to prior 
code enforcement case involving his truck. I 
knew that Scott had a suspended due to 
dispatching running him about 5 minutes 
prior in reference to the same code 
enforcement case mentioned above. The 
vehicle a Black Dodge Dakota bearing OH 
plate GRD5166 was stopped on in the 400 
block of W Virginia Ave near N 19th St. The 
plate returned to a 2002 Ford Station 
wagon. 

I made contact with the driver positively 
identified as Scott Fusco who dispatch once 
again confirmed he was suspended. 

Scott was informed of the reason for being 
stopped and Scott began to irrately scream 
"I'm,sick of this shit" and "you all can kiss 
my ass". 

Scott was asked why the plates returned to 
a Ford to which he claims he just put the 
plate on and has 30 days to get them 
transferred. Scott was unable to show 
paperwork or any proof of this. 

Scott was issued a citation for DUS 
Noncompliance 335.073 and fictitious 
plates 335.10 and given a court date at 
MCC#3 of 04/05/18 at 0900hrs and the 
vehicle was towed by Springer's to Sebring 
tire. I then cleared.


Ptl. Brindack 508
03/28/18



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003156

On 3/28/2018, while on patrol in a marked 
police cruiser, I observed a tan truck 
traveling north on S 12th St . I had dispatch 
run the Ohio plate FZX89 15, to which they 
advised it was expired as of 3/10/2018. I 
initiated a traffic stop on the truck on N 12th 
St near E Oregon Ave. 

Upon approaching the vehicle, I made 
contact with the driver/owner Danny L. 
Hughes. Danny advised he forgot his plates 
expired on his birthday. Danny also had his 
three and a half year old granddaughter 
(DOB 5/2014)sitting sideways in the back of 
his extended cab Ford Ranger. Danny 
advised she normally has a car seat 
however it was in his wife's car and he had 
to drop his daughter off in Sebring. 

Danny advised he thought that having her 
restrained with a lap belt only was sufficient. 
I advised Danny that based on her age and 
size, she was to be restrained in a child 
restraint system. Danny advised he 
understood and was just trying to get home 
and realized he made a mistake. 

Danny was issued a citation for Expired 
Plates 335.10 SCO and Child Restraint 
System Usage 337.26 SCO and advised of 
his court date at MCC #3 on 4/5/20 18 at 
0900 hours. 

Danny's wife arrived on scene with the 
proper car seat for the child and she 
transported the child From the scene.


Sgt. Eberling #503



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
ARREST REPORT
Case #18003158


On 03/29/2018 at 1: 16am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling west on 
E. Ohio Ave. when I witnessed a vehicle 
traveling east on the same road that had a 
headlight out. I turned my cruiser around 
and positioned myself behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop on E. Ohio Ave. 
and N. 14th St. The vehicle was a red 1999 
Volkswagen Jetta bearing an Ohio license 
plate (HBQ1744). I then approached the 
vehicle and spoke to the driver and 
informed them for the reason of the stop 
and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I received all of the documents. 

While I was requesting the documents I 
observed the driver had their seat belt 
unfastened. I asked the driver why they had 
their seatbelt unfastened and the driver 
stated that they knew it was unfastened and 
just didn't put it on. I then returned to the 
cruiser and the driver was identified as 
Drake Walton and I wrote Drake a traffic 
citation for safety belt SCO 337.27 and 
cited Drake into MCC#3 with a court date of 
04/05/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required. 

I gave Drake a verbal warning for two 
headlights required as well. Once Drake 
signed the citation I provided him a copy 
and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
03/29/20 18



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003119 
DATE: 03/24/2018 21 '03:OO


Upon arrival I observed two vehicles one on 
Johnson Rd. on the side of the road and the 
other on Ohio Ave. on the side of the road.

I instructed both parties to park their 
vehicles further over on the road so they 
would not impede traffic.

I then spoke to the one of the drivers which 
was identified as Alexander Gonzalez and I 
asked if he needed medical attention in 
which he denied. I then requested his 
driver's license, registration, and proof of 
insurance in which i received and all 
documents where valid and up to date and 
asked him what happened.
Alexander stated that he traveling on N. 
Johnson Rd. heading south when he came 
to the intersection of N. Johnson Rd. and 
W. Ohio Ave. and came to a complete stop 
and when he went to continue traveling 
south he was struck by a vehicle traveling 
east on E. Ohio Ave. in the intersection. I 
then spoke to the other driver which was 
identified as Cristin Garlock and requested 
her driver's license, registration, and proof 
of insurance which I received and all 
documents where valid and up to date. I 
then asked Cristin if she needed medical 
attention in which she denied. 1 asked 
Cristin what happened in which she stated 
that she was traveling east on W. Ohio Ave. 
when she came to the intersection,she 
stated that she did come to a complete stop 
but also stated that she did not see 
Alexander and ultimately struck his vehicle. 

I then photographed both parties vehicles 
and returned their documents to them. I 
inspected the vehicles and it was 
determined that both veh where operable 
with minor damage. I told both parties that a 
report would be made and on file when the 
chief approves the report they can request 
a copy for insurance purposes. It was 
determined that Cristin will be at fault for the 
accident, Cristin was not given a citation. A 
traffic accident report was made and 
photographs where saved to the computer 
on the information,was gathered I then 
cleared.


PTL scott #506



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003139 
DATE: 03/26/2018 13:21:00


Upon arrival I made contact with the 
complainant Lydia Faudree, 235 E. Virginia 
Ave. Lydia advised she observed someone 
had spray painted a picture of a penis on 
the back side of her fence and also spray 
painted a picture of a penis on her trash 
can. I went to the alley behind the house 
and observed the spray painted pictures in 
red spray paint. 

2 color photographs were taken of the fence 
and trash can. Lydia also found a can of red 
spray paint near where the incident 
occurred. Lydia advised she would like an 
extra watch on her property due to the 
recent incident. I then cleared.

An extra watch was placed in the pass on 
book in the squad room. 



Ptl. Kelm #505



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Friday, March 16, 2018
10:24 AM -0500

Sebring Police Department 
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003061
DATE: 03/11/2018 
open door
335 Maryland Ave


Dispatch advised they received a call from 
an anonymous female stating she just 
picked up a dog that was running around 
and knew it belonged to the residents at 
335 W Maryland Ave. The female advised 
when she put the dog back in the house 
she noticed the front door was kicked open 
and was concerned someone had broke in. 

Myself and Ptl. McDaniel arrived on scene 
and observed the broken door. Dispatch 
was able to make contact with Amanda 
Beane via phone who advised she was at 
work until 1900 hours and could not home. 
Amanda advised she broke the door awhile 
back when she was locked out of the house 
and she advised to just secure the door. 
Amanda advised she would check the 
house over when she keturned home to 
make sure nothing was taken and officers 
cleared the scene.


Sgt. Eberling #503



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Sebring Police Department
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003060
DATE: 03/11/2018
Domestic Violence
144 W. Kentucky Ave


On this date and time, I was dispatched to 
144 W. Kentucky Ave ref to a Domestic 
Violence Complaint. Myself and Sgt. 
Eberling arrived and upon arrival I found the 
male suspect standing outside. I advised 
the male known as Chad Allan Thomas that 
he and his wife was involved in a Domestic 
dispute, and she is claiming that he struck 
her. I then made contact with the victim one 
Tammy Thomas and she advised me that 
they were arguing about a cabinet that she 
damaged and that her husband struck her 
in the eye with his fist and threw her on the 
ground. 

I was also advised by the victim that her 
husband threw a glass at her but didn't hit 
her with the glass. I explained to the victim 
the procedure for filing domestic violence, 
and the victim advised me that she didn't 
want him arrested but just wanted him to 
leave. Both parties was very intoxicated and 
the victim refused to give a written 
statement as well as sign a Domestic 
Violence Complaint. I also observed no 
signs of the
victim being struck. The victim then signed 
a refusal to file domestic violence, and I 
stood by until the Husband left with a friend.



OFFICER Steven McDaniel



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Sebring Police Department
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003059
DATE: 03/11/2018
Cemetery Damage

On this date and time, while on patrol in the 
Grandview Cemetery I observed the grave 
site with the name Heverley to be damaged. 
The stone angel statue was pushed over 
striking the grave stone , causing damage 
to the stone and statue. 1 observed no 
signs of a vehicle involved and no other 
graves was obsewed to be damaged.


OFFICER Steven McDaniel



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT Case No.: 18003058
Traffic - Speed 69/55 SCO 333.03
Perkins Restaurant / S. Johnson St.


On 3/11/2018 at 5:47am I Ptl. Scott while in 
a marked patrol car was stationary on U.S. 
Route 62 when I clocked a vehicles speed 
heading eastbound at 69mph in a 55mph 
zone with a portable radar unit. I then 
positioned my cruiser behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot 
of the Perkins Restaurant on S. Johnson St. 
the vehicle was a 2010 red Dodge 
Challenger bearing an Ohio license plate 
(HHA1728). 

I then approached the vehicle and met with 
the driver in which I 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. 

The driver was then identified as Aaron 
Ostrosky the registered owner of the 
vehicle. I then wrote Aaron a traffic citation 
for speed SCO 333.03 and cited Aaron into 
MCC#3 with a court date of 3/22/2018 at 
9:00am with a personal appearance not 
required. 

Once Aaron signed the citation he was 
provided a copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506



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Sebring Police Department
OHlO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003057
DATE: 03/11/2018


This officer was dispatched to 325 East 
Ohio Ave for a missing person report. 

Upon arrival I spoke with the caller Julie 
Mullan. Ms Mullan stated that her mother 
Terri Beckman left this morning around 
11:00 AM and no one has heard from her. 
Ms Mullan stated that she left with a June 
Cain. an old school friend. Ms Beckman 
stated that her mother did not take any of 
her medication with her and it is odd not to 
hear back from her and not answer her 
phone. Ms Mullan stated that she would like 
her entered as a missing person.

At 0055 hours this officer attempted contact 
with Ms Beckman via cell phone but could 
not make contact. A message was left for 
her to contact the police department.

At 0107 1 made contact with the 
complainant and she stated that she had 
just received messages from her mother 
that she was in a motel with her boyfriend 
and was fine.  The complainant stated that 
we could stop our investigation and not 
enter her mother as missing.



Reporting John Siranovic
BADGE NO: 507


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Sebring Police Department 
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003055
DATE: 03/10/2018
300 block of N. 15th St. for a stand by

Upon arrival I met with Makayla Blake and 
she stated that she wanted police present 
while her and her boyfriend have a custody 
exchange between him and her boyfriends 
ex-girlfriend for their child.

Officers stood by during the exchange and 
when the exchange was complete officers 
cleared.


 Ptl. Scott #506



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INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003055
REPORT DATE: 03/10/2018
532 West Texas Ave.
Open Fire


This officer was dispatched to the 500 block 
of West Texas Ave for an open burning 
complaint. Upon arrival to the area, i 
observed the fire to be located at 532 West 
Texas Ave. 

I approached Mr Aaron Teis of the 
residence and advised him of the complaint. 
He stated that they were cooking hot dogs 
on the fire for a small child and that he put a 
small box on it prior to my arrival. I 
observed the fire to be small, contained and 
on its way to going out. I then cleared.


REPORTING OFFICER John Slranovic



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Sebring Police Department
OHIO UNIFORM INCIDENT REPORT
INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003054 
REPORT DATE: 03110/2018

This officer was dispatched to 515 Hillsdale 
Drive for a suspicious package. Upon 
arrival I spoke with the caller, Mrs Cynthia 
Jurica. Mrs Jurica stated that a package 
was delivered from a company in China 
with her name and address but she says 
she didn't order anything and thought it may 
be narcotics. 

This officer opened the package and found 
it to be a rubber computer key board cover 
that her husband had ordered. This officer 
then cleared. 


Ptl Siranovic #507



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INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003052 
REPORT DATE: 03/10/2018

On 311 01/18 at 1453 Hrs, I was dispatched 
to the intersection of Ohio Ave and 15th St 
ref to someone burning cardboard in the 
roadway. I arrived along with the Sebring 
Fire Dept. The fire was already put out upon 
my arrival and the driver advised that he 
was taking the cardboard to the recycling 
center and someone must of tossed a 
cigarette in the truck. 

After the fire dept advised everything was 
ok, I then cleared.


REPORTING OFFICER: Steven McDaniel



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT
Perkins Restaurant / S. Johnson St.
Speed 72/55 SCO 333.03


On 01/10/2017 at 4:46am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was stationary on 
U.S. Route 62 when I clocked a vehicles 
speed heading eastbound at 72mph in a 
55mph zone. I then pulled my cruiser out 
and positioned myself behind the vehicle 
and initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot 
of the Perkins restaurant parking lot on S. 
Johnson St. 

The vehicle was a 2001 Jeep station wagon 
bearing an Ohio license plate (GIT7770). I 
approached the vehicle and spoke to the 
driver and informed the driver the reason I 
pulled them over. I requested the driver's 
license, registration, and proof of insurance 
in which I received
all documents. 

The drivers was then identified as Vincent 
Mcgreal II and I then wrote Vincent a traffic 
citation for speed SCO 333.03 and cited 
him into MCC#3 with a court date of 
3/15/2018 at 9:OOam with a personal 
appearance not required. 

Once Vincent signed the citation I then 
provided him with a copy and I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
3/10/2018



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INCIDENT NUMBER: 18-003049 
REPORT DATE. 03/10/2018
Schmid D's bar in reference to a fight taking 
place


I along with Ptl. Siranovic arrived on scene 
and entered the bar and observed two 
couples screaming at each other with one 
of the men holding a woman back while she 
was screaming at the other couple. Both 
officers separated the couples and spoke 
with them.

I spoke to and identified one of the men as 
Bruce Collins Jr. and Christina Edwards and 
the party stated that a man was playing 
pool with Bruce and Christina and wagered 
money and then lost and attempted to take 
the money back. The party also stated that 
the female companion of the male began to 
scream at Christina and the male 
approached Bruce and physically pushed 
him attempting to start a physical altercation 
between the two.

Ptl. Siranovic was speaking to the other 
couple that Bruce and Christina were 
complaining about which were identified as 
William Kelly and Brittany Varnes. I then 
asked if Bruce would like to press charges 
for assault in which he declined and I asked 
the bar tender if they wanted both parties 
removed which they did. I along with Ptl. 
Siranovic then ordered both parties to leave 
the premises in which they did willingly. 

Both officers then cleared from the bar 
without any further incident.



REPORTING OFFICER Zachary Scott



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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT 3/10/2018
Case No.: 18003048
Traffic Control Devices SCO 313.01
E. Ohio Ave. / N. 13th St.


On 03/10/2018 at 1:29am I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling east on 
E. Ohio Ave. and came to the intersection 
of E. Ohio Ave. and N. 12th St. when I 
witnessed a vehicle that came to the 
intersection from the opposite side of the 
road as me and went through the 
intersection without stopping at the flashing 
red lights. 

I turned my cruiser around and initiated a 
traffic stop on E. Ohio Ave. and N. 13'~S t. 
the vehicle was a 2016 black Dodge 
Charger bearing an Ohio license plate 
(126YVZ). I approached the vehicle and 
made contact with the driver and informed 
them of the reason I had stopped
them and requested their driver's license, 
registration, and proof of insurance in which 
I only received the proof of insurance. I then 
took the driver's information down and ran 
the information through dispatch and was 
able to identify the driver as Taylor 
Grandon. 

I then wrote Taylor a traffic citation for traffic 
control devices SCO 313.01 and cited 
Taylor into MCC#3 with a court date of 
3/15/2018 at 9:00am with a personal 
appearance not required. Once Taylor 
signed the citation I then provided her a 
copy and I then cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
3/10/2018


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SEBRING POLICE DEPARTMENT
ARREST REPORT 03/09/2018
Case No.: 18003047
Speed 49/35 SCO 333.03
N. Johnson St. / Maryland Ave.

On 03/09/2018 at 11:34pm I Ptl. Scott while 
in a marked patrol car was traveling North 
on N. Johnson St. when I locked a vehicle 
traveling south on the same road at a speed 
of 49mph in a 35mph zone. The vehicle 
passed my cruiser and I then turned my 
cruiser around and initiated a traffic stop on 
N. Johnson St. near Maryland Ave. 

The vehicle was a 2017 orange Nissan 
Rouge bearing an Ohio temporary plate 
(F991916). 

I approached the vehicle and informed the 
driver for the reason of the stop and 
requested their driver's license, registration, 
and proof of insurance in which I only 
received the license. 

The driver was then identified as Destanee 
Goosby. I then wrote Destanee a traffic 
citation for speed SCO 333.03 and cited her 
into MCC#3 with a court date of 3/15/2018 
an 9:00am with a personal appearance 
required. Once Destanee signed the citation 
she was provided a copy and I then 
cleared.


Ptl. Scott #506
3/10/2018



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Saturday, August 01, 2015
07:21 AM -0500

DATE: 07/03/2015 01:14:00
WARRANT ARREST

Officers responded to assist Ptl. Russell of 
the Smith Township PD with a warrant pick-
up at the corner of Lake Park Blvd. and 
Lake Park Row. 
The male, Freddie Bons, had a PUR 2 
felony warrant out of Summit County for 
failure to appear on a domestic violence 
related charge. The warrant was entered 
with caution and warned that Mr. Bons was 
a possible escape risk with violent 
tendencies. After making contact with Mr. 
Bons, Ptl. Russell transported him to Smith 
Township PD, before transporting him to 
meet a Sheriffs Deputy to exchange Mr. 
Bons.

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7/2/2015
TRAFFIC - SPEED (50/35)
21st St. / Rt. 62

driver/owner, Jonathan M Crothers, 164 
Meadow Wood Dr Apt B,  issued a citation 
for Speed 333.03 SCO and advised of his 
court date at MCC #3 on 7/9/2015 at 1100 
hours.

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DATE 7/2/2015
SPEED (50/35)
12th / Alabama

issued Katlyn R. Reed, 2950 Wayland Rd 
Diamond, 0H,  a citation for Speed 333.03 
SCO and advised her of her court date at 
MCC #3 on 7/9/2015 at 1100 hours.

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DATE: 07/02/2015
Vehicle Damage

On 7/2/2015 Cynthia Young reported 
damage to her vehicle while parked at 
Crandal medical.

Observed was that the drivers side window 
had blown out with glass inside and out.

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DATE 7/1/2015
License Plate Lights / Cracked Windshield
400 Block W. Pennsylvania Ave.

Zachary M. Mucklo, 11271 Island Creek Dr. 
Beloit, cited for not having license plate 
visible from at least 50 .feet, 337.04 SCO 
and for cracked windshield, 337.01 SCO. 
Officer advised him of llis court date, 
7/9/2015 at 1100 AM in MCC #3.

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DATE: 07/01/2015
THEFT

Tonya Nieves came to the station to report 
that sometime between the 5th of June and 
today her cell phone was taken from her 
glove box in her jeep. She said that it was 
just an emergency phone that she got from 
the state. She did not know the brand of 
phone or who the carrier was. With so little 
to go on this case is closed.

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On 7-8-2015 officers were advised of an 
unwanted subject at 346 E. Oregon Ave. 

Upon arrival Chief Heverly was speaking to 
the complainant Cassie Wervey. It was 
determined that exboyfriend Zach Edwards 
had come to the property to retrieve some 
of his personal belongings. Mr. Edwards 
was advised that he was not welcomed, 
and told to leave. 

Ms. Wervey was told to collect anything that 
belonged to Zach and take it to his mothers 
in Alliance.

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Friday, July 31, 2015
06:11 PM -0500

6-30-15
Red Golf Cart Driving Down Main St

On 6-30-15 at approximately 1400 his this 
officer received a text message from Ptl. 
Chris Heverly stating that there was a red 
golf cart traveling down Main Street. This 
officer contacted Ptl Heverly by phone to 
verify location due to the fact that Sebring 
does not have a Main Street. Ptl Heverly 
advised that the golf cart was traveling 
Eastbound on Ohio Ave in front of the 
Marathon Gas station. Ptl Guy was on 
station and this officer advised him to 
respond. 

Chief Ray Heverly

On 6/30/2015 this officer was advised by 
Chief Heverly of a subject operating a golf 
cart on the streets of the Village of Sebring. 
It was further advised that the vehicle was 
possibly headed to Blair's gas station in 
Beloit. 

This officer made contact with the operator 
James R. Cannell at the above listed 
establishment. Mr. Cannell was advised that 
he was previously advised that he could not 
operate his golf cart on village streets, and 
that if he was observed doing so, that he 
would be cited. 
Mr. Cannell became very upset stating 
"Fuck Heverly, and that he wished that he 
be the one to cite him. Mr. Cannell also 
made the comment that this officer should 
not even be at the Blair's gas station. Given 
the verbal warnlng thls offlcer cleared

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7-7-2015
ASSAULT
22090 Harrisburg Westville Rd


On 7-7-2015 this officer assisted Ptl. Davis 
at 22090 Harrisburg Westville Rd. on an 
assault call.

Upon arrival contact was made with Glenn 
Wade and Donald Clark whom were the 
combatants. 

Mr. Clark claimed that Mr. Wade struck him 
in the face, and Mr. Wade states that Mr. 
Clark hit him in the face with a 2x4. As the 
situation appeared calm this officer cleared.

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7/6/2015
TRAFFIC
Speed (41/25)
McKinnely St

driver/owner, Scott L. Hunt ll,  issued a 
citation for Speed 333.03 SCO and advised 
of his court date at MCC #3 on 7/9/2015 at 
1100 hours.

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07/06/2015
Disorderly Conduct
Sebring PD

Arrested: Farris Cundiff , 135 E. Orcgon 
Ave, will have a court date of 7-9-15 at 11 
am for MCC#3.

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On 7/6/2015 at approximately 0215, Ptl. 
Baker from Smith Township PD was 
dispatched to an address on Martin Rd. 
where a female caller had advised that she 
was at her daughter's house and there had 
been a domestic dispute. She stated that 
there was supposedly a "car full" of people 
coming out there to fight and was 
requesting officers. 

Due to the nature of the call and the 
distance the call was from the Village, Ptl. 
Baker asked for mutual aid which arrived 
shortly before Ptl. Baker did and observed a 
vehicle parked on the road and one pulling 
into the drive. 

I spoke to the individuals who pulled into 
the driveway and asked them to stand with 
me until Ptl. Baker arrived.

Once Ptl. Baker arrived, he handled the 
scene and I was only there to assist him. 
The female involved in the matter was able 
to leave with her items and the two 
individuals who arrived in the vehicle stayed 
at the residence, due to the fact that each 
one had admitted to and had been tested 
for consuming alcohol.

Ptl J. Amabeli

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07/05/2015
THEFT - 9 Woodstock cd's


Complainant: Julie L. Brown, 176 S. 
Johnson Rd, Sebring, OH

On this date and time, I was advised by the 
victim that between Sat 7/4/15 at 2130 Hrs, 
to this date some unknown person or 
persons entered her 2007 Kia that was 
parked at the rear of her residence, and 
removed a case containing 9 Woodstock 
Cd"s. The victim also advised that the glove 
box was found open and items thrown 
about the inside of the car. I was also 
advised that she saw 3 males walking West 
on Tennessee Ave, last night after 2130 
Hrs. No sign of force entry was noted, and 
she advised that the door could of be 
unlocked.

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07/05/2015
Atempt to Blow Up Mailbox

Complainant: Patrick A. Sweely, 385 W 
Vlrgrnra Ave, Sebring, OH


On Sunday, July 05, 2015 this officer was 
dispatched and responded to 385 W 
Virginia Ave for a property damage 
complaint. Upon arrival I had spoke with 
Patrick Sweely that stated sometime during 
the night someone had put fireworks in his 
mail box and attempted to blow the mail box 
up. I had observed pieces of fireworks in 
side the mail box. Mr. Sweely stated that he 
would just like a report on this matter for 
now. I had then cleared the scene.

Ptl Racheal Russell

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DATE 07/09/2015
Disorderly Conduct / Open Container - 
CITED
Georgia Ave / 21st St

Arrested: Edward Waskivich, 11344 Walnut 
Ave NE, under arrest for Disorderly 
Conduct with a court date at MCC#3 on 7-
9-15 at 11 am

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DATE: 07/04/2015

VICTIM: Farris Dexter Cundiff, 155 5 E 
Oregon Ave, Sebring, OH


On 7-4-15 at 1238 hrs, I was met by Faris 
Cundiff on station. Farris advised me that 
his girlfriend sent a facebook message to 
her aunt on 6-25-15 stating that she wanted 
her to take Farris to Canton and drop him 
off. The message also stated that she 
couldn't take his shit anymore, and that she 
would hire a hit man. Farris advised me that 
he just found out about the message and 
felt threatened. Farris then advised that he 
believes that the message was sent from 
her mothers computer. 

I obtained a statement from Farris and 
advised him that a report would be filed but 
due to the message being 3rd party and the 
period of time from when it was sent, and 
that there was no way of proving that she 
sent the message, that the possibility of 
charges being filed are slim. I advised 
Farris that I would speak to his girl freind 
and advise her to desist . 

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7/3/2015
Traffic
S 15th St/Carolina Ave

Cited: Gage Schreckengost, 18453 5th St 
Beloit, Oh for Loud/Crackling Exhaust - 
MCC #3 7/9/2015 @ 1100 hours

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DATE: 07/03/2015
Domestic Violence (M-1)
317 N 15th St. Sebring


Tina R. Clay, 317 N 15th St Apt. 3 Sebring, 
Oh arrested for Domestic Violence (M-1) 
MCC #3 7-9-2015@ 1100 hours

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Wednesday, July 01, 2015
12:15 PM -0500


June 29, 2015
Criminal Mischief
21 6 W Ohio Ave

Complainant, Robert Mick


Officer was dispatched to 21 6 W Ohio Ave 
for a criminal mischief report. Upon arrival, 
Officer spoke with the complainant, Robert 
Mick, who advised someone had dented 
and scratched the hood on his vehicle. 
There were two visibly scratches/dents on 
the hood of the vehicle that were 
approximately the size of a quarter. Mick 
advised this may have happened last 
Wednesday (6/24) but did not call to report 
because he was very sick. Mick advised the 
only place he had taken the vehicle was to 
Walmart and advised he seen some 
blemishes in the paint on the hood but the 
scratches and dents were not there. Mick 
advised he believes the damage was 
caused possibly some juveniles while the 
vehicle was parked at the Sebring Manor 
but did not know who.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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June 29, 2015
Drug Possession
Oak Ridge Motel


Anthony Cleveland, 2455 Chaney Cir., 
Youngstown, Ohio, was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for Drug Possession - 
Marijuana <100g 513.03(c)(2)(a) SCO for 
the partially burnt Marijuana cigarette and 
advised of his court date at MCC #3 on 
7/2/2015 at 1100 hours.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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June 29, 2015
Female Yelling for Police
155.5 East Oregon

Kandy Fredrick had returned home from 
work to find that her live in boyfriend Farris 
Cundiff had eaten all the potato chips. Ms. 
Fredrick became upset and punched a 
window out in the bathroom. Mr. Cundiff left 
the home and went to the library to apply for 
a job.

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June 28, 2015
Blue License Plate Lights
600 block of W. Ohio Ave.

David S. Chamberlain of Alliance Cited for 
driving under suspension and for non-white 
license plate lights.  Officer advised him of 
his court date and time, 7/2/2015 at 
1100AM in MCC #3.

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June 27, 2015
Speeding 52/35
S. 21st Street

driver, Mckenna B. Meir

Mckenna B. Meir was issued a citation for 
Speed 4511.21 ORC and was advised that 
juvenile court would contact her in regards 
to the court date/fine for the citation.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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June 27, 2015
Vehicle Damage

Timothy E. Bradley came to the police 
station to report that while his pick-up truck 
was parked in a parking lot on S. 15th St., it 
had been apparently damaged. Mr. Bradley 
stated that he parks his truck at the parking 
lot across from the Sebring Drive-Thru and 
that's where his semi is parked. He said that 
when he returned from driving his Semi, he 
noticed several scrapes and gouges in the 
truck's paint, located along both sides, the 
rear, the top of the bed and the hood. Mr. 
Bradley stated that he just purchased the 
truck and that he had insurance through 
Progressive Insurance. He stated that he is unsure of 
anyone who would have done this.

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June 25, 2015
Missing Kittens
196 E Indiana Ave

Complainant, Alexandria Yoho, advised 
when she returned home around 1520 
hours her five kittens were missing. Yoho 
advised that she had left the residence around 1402 
hours and the five kittens were on the 
couch but advised her side door was left 
unlocked due to her not having a key to lock 
it. Yoho advised that nothing else in the 
house was missing and her boyfriend, 
Robert Kelley, was sleeping upstairs the 
whole time and did not hear anyone enter 
the residence. 

At approximately 1700 hours on the same 
date, Yoho called Sebring Police 
Department to report she had located the 
missing kittens in a dresser drawer within 
the residence. This incident will be closed.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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June 24, 2015
Domestic Violence
236 Alabama Apt #1

Amanda Christy (age 22) she stated that 
she had been told by her boyfriend to get 
out and she had came to remove her
things and they began to fight.  She said 
that he pushed he head against the wall a 
few times and then started to break things 
in the house. 

She said that she had received some 
scratches during the fight and she showed 
me her left leg at the ankle and her right 
forearm, they both had scratches, but no 
signs of blood.

She said that she hit Colton Higgins (age 
22) in the face with her fist, in self defense.

Colton Higgins said that she punched him in 
the face and tried to push him down the 
stairs, when he grabbed her arm and kicked 
her leg. He had a very big red mark under 
his right eye.

Officer had both sign refusals and cleared.

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June 29, 2015
Fraud
496 W Indiana Ave

Complainant, Robin Flowers, who advised 
she had received a letter and a bill in the 
mail from PayPal Credit. The bill had a 
charge of $1,249.87 for "BOOKIT" on 6-17-
2015. Flowers advised she has never 
opened an account with this company 
before and had no idea what these charges 
were. 

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
04:30 PM -0500

01/24/2015  2113 hours
Traffic - Driving under Suspension (Non-
Compliance)

Scott Fusco, 538 N 15th St. Sebring, OH, 
cited for driving under suspension while 
observed driving his wife's , Rose Fusco, 
SUV.

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01/23/2015 11:15


Ms. Elizabeth Ann Percy, 146 W. Oregon 
Ave., states she believes a ring she was 
wearing was possible taken when she was 
at Schmid's Bar located at 135 E. Oregon 
Ave.

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01/22/2015 20:23:00
156 West Vermont for a theft report

Officer spoke to Tim Baily and his wife 
Brenda. They said that two people came up 
on their back porch on 01-22-2015, and 
took two bottles of liquor from the fridge. They 
took a bottle of vodka and a bottle of rum.

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01/22/2015 15:28:00


On 01/22/2015 at approximately 1528 
hours, I was dispatched to 315 W Maryland 
Ave for a theft of a snow shovel. Upon 
arrival, I met with the complainant Angela 
Ring and she advised that her yellow and 
black snow shovel was removed from her 
front porch and replaced with a damaged 
blue and black snow shovel.

The yellow and black shovel was returned 
to the owner Angela Ring and she was able 
to confirm that it was indeed her shovel. 
Ring advised that she would like to press 
charges against the juvenile in this incident.

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01/22/2015 14:28:00

Complaint Brent Michael Ruzek, 1595 W 
Bayton, Alliance,Ohio, states that his truck 
was parked at the rear of Gednetz Ruzek 
Funeral home. He further advised that while 
the village snow plows' were plowing the 
alley way, they threw stones against his 
truck causing damage to the rear. 
Complainant was advised that an 
informational report would be filed, and that 
he would have to contact village officials.

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01/21/2015 21:16:00

On 1/21/2015 at approximately 2116, 
Officers were sent to Oak Ridge Motel for a 
report that a male was laying on the ground 
and bleeding all over the place.

The victim was later identified as Juan 
Pabovillaover from Kansas.  He works for a 
company, Central Gc Construction, and that 
company was doing work painting a 
building in Salem.

Sebring First respoders arrived and 
transported the male to the hospital. 
Officers spoke to two ladies who were 
contacting the owner and were going to 
attempt to get the blood cleaned up and the 
windows boarded up for the night.

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WARRANT

On 1/21/2015 at 2146, Officer was 
requested by Smith Township Ptl. Osberg to 
assist him and a Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Deputy attempt to serve a warrant 
on an individual at 10985 Johnson Rd. The 
suspect, Robert McElroy, had a warrant 
issued from the Columbiana County Grand 
Jury for aggravated burglary, and the 
deputy was unsure if he would try to run 
from officers if they attempted to
serve the warrant. Ptl. Osberg and the 
deputy made contact and placed him into 
custody after knocking at the front door of 
his residence.

Ptl. J. Amabeli #505

Thursday, January 22, 2015
05:07 PM -0500

01/17/2015
Identity Theft

On 01/17/2015 at approximately 1550, 1 
was dispatched to 225 W Maryland Ave 
Apt. 21 3 for an alleged identity theft 
incident. Upon arrival I met with the 
complainant Leo R. Burgess and a social 
worker assisting him Cheryl A Russell. 
Russell advised that Burgess had received 
a letter from the Ohio Department of 
Taxation Personal and School District 
Income Tax Division stating that they 
received a 2013 Ohio income tax return 
under the name Leo R Burgess and his 
SSN. 

Ohio Department of Taxation is reporting 
that this return was inconsistent with his 
previous filings. I advised Burgess to notify 
the bank to keep an eye on their bank 
accounts so they are aware of whats going 
on. I also advised Russell and Burgess to 
obtain a credit report for Burgess as soon 
as possible to determine if any accounts 
have been opened with his SSN. 

Burgess advised that him and his wife lived 
at 2311 Ansley St Apt 3 Alliance, OH in 
2013 and advised that there were multiple 
times where
they did not receive all their mail. Burgess 
advised that he believed "Hispanics" that 
lived in the apartment might have possibly 
taken some of his mail in 2013 but had no 
proof or report. 

Russell and Burgess advised that they have 
no other letters or signs of identity theft 
other than this tax letter at this time. Russell 
advised that if any new information comes 
about or something on the credit report is 
suspicious that she would let Sebring Police 
Department know. A copy of the Ohio 
Department of Taxation letter is enclosed in 
the case file. Russell advised that she 
would need a copy of this report to provide 
to provide to Ohio Department of Taxation 
and I informed her it should be available 
Monday 1/19/2015. This report is 
informational for now based on the 
evidence at hand and will be closed unless 
any new evidence comes forth in the future.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

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01/16/2015
Dog Running at Large

On 01/16/2015 at approximately 1721 
hours, I was dispatched to 134 E lndiana 
Ave for an alleged dog running at large. I 
arrived and spoke with the complainant 
Kayla M Stanley who advised that she 
found a white dog on her front porch and 
took it inside and put it in her fenced area 
behind her home so it didn't get hit by a car. 
Once I seen the dog I was able to tell that 
the dog belonged to Rose M Fusco of 538 
N 15th St. I know this because I was at their 
residence approximately two hours prior to 
this call for an unrelated incident and seen 
their dog running out in front of their house. 
Scott Fusco  advised that he would get the 
dog under control and get it back home. 
They were unable to find it due  to the fact 
that it was in a fence behind 134 E Indiana 
Ave. I met up with Scott Fusco and he was 
able to come to 134 E lndiana and retrieve 
the dog and I advised him that they would 
be receiving a written warning for 505.01(c) 
Dog running at large. Dispatch checked for 
prior warnings to Fusco's but was unable to 
find any so that is why I made the decision 
to give them a written warning. I advised 
Scott and Rose Fusco that if it happens 
again they will be issued a MM cite for it. I 
hand delievered the warning letter to Rose 
Fusco on this date.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

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01/15/2015
Traffic Violation

On 01/15/2015 at approximately 1653 
hours, while patrolling west in the 100 block 
of E Oregon Ave I observed a black colored 
Jeep traveling north on N 15Ih St. The 
vehicle entered the intersection and 
proceeded through as the stop light turned 
red. The light had been red for quite some 
time due to the fact that the stop light going 
east and west on Oregon Ave turned green 
while this vehicle was still in the middle of 
the intersection. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
bearing Ohio plate FFN6240 in the 100 
block of  Ohio Ave. The driver was identified 
as Michael J Hoffman and advised that he 
was "talking on the phone and didn't realize 
the light had turned red". 

Hoffman was just cited for this same 
offense on 08/13/2014. I issued Hoffman a 
citation for Failure to stop for a traffic control 
device 313.01 SCO. Hoffman was informed 
of his court date of 1/22/2015 at MCC #3 at 
1100 hours.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

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1/07/2015 
Accident - Property Damage Only
22340.00 ALLIANCE SEBRING RD

JEEP IN DITCH ALLIANCE SEBRING RD 
NEAR OYSTER


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1/12/2015 
Accident - Property Damage Only
N JOHNSON

CAR IN DITCH ON JOHNSON NORTH OF 
CQURTNEY

Thursday, January 01, 2015
04:30 PM -0500

12/29/2014 14:41:00

On the above date and time Officer 
responded to 836 S. 13th St. Apt #22. 
When Officer arrived Officer spoke with 
Dale Pletcher and Stephanie Noble. The 
complainants advised that Tammy Hall was 
breaking items in the residence and hitting 
the walls. Officer advised them that with it 
being her residence as well Officer could 
not file charges but would make an incident 
report. When Officer spoke with Tammy she 
stated that she wanted to leave for a few 
days to get away from the apartment. 
Tammy's ride arrived and she left. Officer 
then cleared.

Ptl. D.C. Osberg

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07/22/2014 01:57:00

For violating a Sebring ordinance 
prohibiting the operation of bicycles upon 
sidewalks in the business
district (SCO 373.17). 1 recognized this 
individual as Eric M. Springer. Officer asked 
for his identification,
which he gave me and Officer checked his 
identification through dispatch. Officer 
asked Mr. Springer where he
was heading, and he informed me that he 
was heading home from Circle K. Mr. 
Springer's address
is 20624 Beach St. Alliance, Oh 44601. 1 
informed him that it didn't appear that he 
had the proper
safety instruments to ride his bicycle on the 
road at night either and that he would need 
to get a light
for the rear of his bicycle. Officer checked 
Mr. Springer for any weapons, and while 
conducting my Terry pat,
I noticed an object in his pants which Officer 
could identify as a pill bottle. Officer asked 
Mr. Springer what that
item was, and asked him if it was a pill 
bottle. Officer never asked him to remove 
the pill bottle, but he did so
on his own. It took him several seconds to 
remove the bottle from his pants due to the 
fact that the
bottle was located in a cargo pocket located 
in his shorts, which he had on underneath 
his sweat
pants. Mr. Springer removed the bottle and 
handed it to me, and Officer asked him if 
there were any pills
inside the bottle before he removed it 
because Officer believed Officer heard 
rattling in the bottle. Mr. Springer
stated that there was nothing inside the 
bottle and to prove that he didn't empty 
anything out he
dropped his sweatpants down to reveal only 
his shorts. Officer asked if he had anything 
else on him that 
needed to know about and Officer finished 
my Terry pat. Officer also felt in his pocket a 
long cylindrical tube which
I identified as being some sort of pipe. 
Officer asked him to remove the glass pipe 
from his pants, and he
explained to me that it was a glass pipe 
used to smoke tobacco. The pipe had one 
end open and the
other end was round with a small hole in it, 
similar to the style used to smoke or ingest 
narcotics by
placing the narcotic in the end and heating 
it up. Mr. Springer claimed that it had never 
been used,
however there where burn marks on the 
end of it. Ptl. Davis from Smith Township 
arrived and assisted me in my investigation. 
Upon examining the pill bottle closer, Officer 
noticed a white powdery substance in the 
bottom of the bottle. Officer asked Mr. 
Springer several times what the substance 
was, but he claims that he didn't know and 
then informed us that he found the bottle, 
but couldn't accurately tell
us where he found it. He stated that he was 
going to use it to store his loose change in. 
During the
time we were speaking to Mr. Springer, he 
began sweating very heavily and claimed 
that it was
because it was hot out and that he was 
riding his bike, but Officer informed him that 
neither one of us were
sweating and that it wasn't very hot out. 
Officer asked him if he was on any 
narcotics, and he stated that he
wasn't. Ptl. Davis stood by while Officer 
attempted to locate a field testing kit to 
attempt to determine what
the white powdery substance was, but was 
unable to locate a test kit. Officer returned, 
and Ptl. Davis
informed me that he also had a small knife 
in his pocket which he did not tell us about. 
Mr. Springer
was wearing a black backpack, which 
Officer asked if he had any weapon in the 
backpack, to which he
replied that he didn't and that the only 
things he had in there were clothes and a 
book. Officer asked him if
he would allow us to search the backpack if 
he didn't have anything illegal in there, to 
which he
refused. Officer informed him that Officer 
would be sending the pill bottle off to be 
tested and that if it contained a
narcotic, then he would be charged with 
possession and drug paraphernalia. Officer 
also noticed a white
powdery trace inside the glass pipe and 
believed that to also be from a narcotic, 
possibly
methamphetamine, which Mr. Springer 
denied. Officer informed him that Officer 
would also have that logged into
evidence and that he could possibly be 
charged with that as well.

On 10/17/2014 upon arriving at the 
beginning of my shift, Officer received 
results from a chemical test done
on the white powdery residue inside the 
container. The results, as conducted by the 
Ohio Bureau of
Criminal Investigation and Identification 
(BCI&l), indicated that the contents of the 
pill bottle contained
a trace amount of methamphetamine. 
Officer spoke to Chief Heverly and 
Prosecutor Tolson, and upon
conferring with them, have submitted 
charges for illegal possession of a schedule 
II narcotic, F-5, as
well as drug paraphernalia M, -4. Officer 
wrll request the court to issue warrants for 
Mr Springer's arrest


Ptl. J. Amabeli #506

On this date and time Officer took one Eric 
M Springer Into custody for warrants out of 
this department Mr
Springer was restrained wlth handcuffs that 
was gapped and double locked and 
transported to this
Department While On station Mr Springer 
was processed and then transported to the 
Mahoning
County Jail

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12/28/2014 19:19:00

On the above date and time. Officer was 
dispatched to the area of the 400 Blk of W. 
Ohio Ave ref to a barking dog. Officer 
arrived and spoke to the reportee one 
Christine M Mitchell, and she advised me 
the dog at 436 W. Ohio Ave has been 
barking all night. Officer observed a brown 
dog at the rear of the ( Officer residence 
barking. Officer attempted to make a 
contact with a owner, but no one would 
answer the door. A barking dog letter was 
prepared and will be served on Monday 
12/29/14.

REPORTING OFFICER: McDaniel, Steven

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12/28/2014 Traffic/ Speed

The vehicle was observed traveling east on 
California Ave near 16'~ St. The vehicle 
was observed traveling at a visibly high rate 
of speed, and was clocked via the radar at 
37 mph in a clearly posted 25 mph zone. 
The vehicle was stopped and the driver was 
issued a citation for speed, and given a 
court date in MCC#3 on 1/8/15 AT 11AM.

Ptl. S.T. McDaniel

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12/27/2014 Traffic Light

I was Dispatched to a crash that happened 
at the corner of North 15th Street and Ohio 
Ave. Upon arrival Officer spolte to Ainanda 
Montgomery (OLN RW249687), she told 
me that she was driving North on 15th 
Street and approached the intersection at 
Ohio Ave. She did not know the light was 
red and went through the red light. Ms 
Montgomery was struck by the vehicle of 
Zachary Mucklo (OLN TW389147), who 
had the right of way causing daniage to 
both vehicles. Amanda Montgomery was 
cited under Sebring Codified Ordinance 
section number 313.01, Fail to Stop for 
Traffic Light. A court date has been 
assigned for 1/8/2015@ 1100 hrs. in 
Mahonimg County Court #3.

Det Harris

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12/27/2014  TRAFFIC ACDA

Unit #1 was stopped in traffic on W. Ohio 
Ave. Unit #2 was operated by Daniel L. 
Barnett was traveling westbound on W. 
Ohio Ave at N. 16th St. Unit # 2 failed to 
stop in an assured clear distance and struck 
Unit #1 that was stopped. 

Mr. Barnett was issued a citation for 
Assured Clear Distance Ahead and given a 
court date in Mcc#3 on 1/8/15 at 11am.

Ptl. S.T. McDaniel

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12/26/2014 1648

I , Officer Eberling and Officer White were 
dispatched to 175 W. Ohio for a call by 
Karen Hill. Mrs. Hill said that Allen Reed 
had entered her house without her 
permission and taken a gold band ring from 
her hand and left. This department had 
been dispatched to this address the day 
before when Mr. Reed had been in the 
house and kicked their dog. The Hill's did 
not want Mr. Reed back in their house and 
Mr. Reed had been told by this Officer that 
he was not to return to that house based on 
the wishes of the Hill's. 

Upon arrival we observed Mr. Reed looking 
out the upstairs apartment window.

He was asked if he had taken a ring from 
Mrs. Hill and he said "I don't know what you 
are talking about." Officer left Officer 
Eberling with Mr. Reed, who had came 
down stairs and was on the porch. l went 
with Officer White to get a statement from 
Karen Hill. Mrs. Hill again said that Mr. 
Reed had entered her house right behind 
her and she had not given him permission 
to come in the house. She had a gold ring 
in her hand and Mr. Reed took the ring from 
her and left the house. She said that the 
ring had been her mothers and she had 
given it to her before she died. Officer 
asked her if she wanted to have Mr. Reed 
arrested for his actions. She said yes. 
Officer asked Mrs. Hill if she would give 
Officer White a written statement and she 
said yes. 

I went to the porch where Mr. Reed and 
Michele Morrow (the person who is on the 
lease of the apartment) were standing with 
Officer Eberling. Base upon the statement 
made to me by Mrs. Hill, Mr. Reed was 
placed under arrest for burglary. At this time 
Mr. Reed kept trying to pull away from 
Officer Eberling and Officer helped to bring 
him under control and he was placed in the 
back of Officer Eberling's car. Officer then 
asked Ms Morrow if Officer could search the 
house for the ring and she said yes. Officer 
then went upstairs with Ms. Morrow and 
looked around the house.

A William Hopkins was in the living room, 
and Officer asked him if he had seen Mr. 
Reed with a gold ring?

He said "Yes that he had seen a gold band 
on one of his pinkie fingers. Officer radioed 
Officer Eberling to check Mr. Reeds hands 
for the ring. 
Officer Eberling radioed back and said that 
he had no rings on his hands. Officer 
checked the bedroom and while doing that 
Officer asked Ms. Morrow if she knew 
where he may have put the ring and she 
said maybe in my jewelry box. She got the 
box out and opened it but there was no 
jewelry in it. Officer then saw a gold object 
on a empty Knick- Knack shelve. Officer 
went over to it and saw that it was a gold 
band ring, small about a size 7. 1 asked Ms. 
Morrow if this was her ring and she said no. 
Officer asked if she knew who it belonged 
to and she said no. Officer then took the 
ring down stairs and showed it to Mrs. Hill 
and asked her if it was the ring that Mr. 
Reed had taken and she said "Yes". She 
asked for it back and Officer told her that 
Officer would have to keep it until the case 
was over as it was evidence. Officer told 
Mrs. Hill that Mr. Reed would be charged 
with Burglary. The statement
was completed by Mrs. Hill and Officer went 
to the car and told Mr. Reed that he was 
being charged with Burglary, and F-2. Mr. 
Reed was brought back to the station to be 
processed and at that time he complained 
of his wrist hurting, he had told me the day 
before that he had broken it and would 
need surgery. Officer request Officer 
Eberling to take Mr. Reed to the Hospital in 
Alliance to get him cleared for
Jail. 

Officer Eberling informed me that at 
Alliance they had put a splint on his wrist 
after they had x-ray it, but that they had 
cleared him for jail. 
When Officer Eberling returned to the 
station to get the paperwork and to have 
DNA obtained, Mr. Reed became very 
combative and would not cooperate.

Once the DNA was obtained Mr. Reed was 
placed in the back of the car for transport to 
county jail.

Officer Eberling needed fuel in his car so 
Officer followed him to the station and 
watched Mr. Reed as he got fuel. Mr. Reed 
then started to kick and hit his head on the 
windows. In an attempt to calm Mr. Reed 
down he became combative again. Mr. 
Reed was finally brought under control and 
Officer Eberling transported him to the 
County Jail. Upon arrival and check-in at 
County Jail, the Medical Tech would not let 
Mr. Reed in because she said that his blood 
pressure was too high. Mr. Reed told her 
that it was high because he was afraid of 
going to jail. Officer Eberling asked that 
they check his pressure again as they had 
only checked it once and he was told no 
you must take him to St. "E's" to be cleared. 
Since Alliance had cleared him once Officer 
did not see a reason to bring him all the 
way back to Alliance to have him cleared, 
so Officer told Officer Eberling to take him 
to St "E's" and get him cleared.

Officer Eberling did that and Mr. Reed was 
returned to County Jail where he was 
placed for Burglary 291 1.12(a)(2) with a 
$12,000 Bond. After talking with Officer 
Eberling it was agreed to charge Mr. Reed 
with Resisting Arrest 2921.33(a), for being 
combative. Mr. Reed has a court date of 
12/30114 at 1300hrs, this will be at 
Mahoning County Court #3.

Det Harris

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Wednesday, December 24, 2014
06:23 PM -0500

12/10/2014 19: 00
Traffic/ Tail lights

LUKE WILSON 153 E. Oregon Ave

On this date and time, while on patrol in the 
Village Of Sebring, Officer observed a red 
Chevy S-10 traveling south on S 15"' in the 
400 Blk. Officer observed the vehicle not to 
have any working tail lights as required by 
Sebring Ord. 337.04. The vehicle was 
stopped and the driver advised me that he 
was aware that the lights weren't working 
but thought a friend fixed them. The driver 
was issued a citation for tail lights required 
and given a court date
in MCC ## on 12/30/14 at lpm.

Ptl. S.T. McDaniel # 510

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12/21/2014 03:20:00
domestic dispute

On 12/21/2014 at approximately 0320 1 
was dispatched to 315 E. Indiana Ave. for a 
domestic dispute reportedly between a 
father and son. Upon arriving, Officer was 
let into the house by a juvenile female, 
whom Officer know to live at the residence. 
Officer then observed the father and son in 
the kitchen and
they had their hands locked and the son 
appeared to be attempting to fight with the 
father and the father appeared to be 
attempting to keep the son away from him. 
Officer immediately separated the two by 
pushing the son, identified as Jacob 
Crewson, backwards and away from his 
father. At no time did Officer observe either 
male strike one another. The father, Robert 
Crewson, went into the living room as 
Officer spoke to Jacob in the kitchen and 
attempted to get him to calm down. He 
stated that he was upset because his friend 
was home from the military and that he was 
upset, and because his friend was upset, he 
was upset. He also stated that he is 18 
years old and that he wanted to walk to 
Circle K to get "a can and some rubbers" 
and that he felt that he should be able to do 
that because he is 18 years old. 

Officer explained to him that he is still in 
high school and that he is still in the care of 
his father and if his father told him that he 
couldn't walk down there, that he needed to 
listen to his father. Officer brought Jacob 
into the living room so that Jacob and 
Robert could both speak to each other and 
could attempt to solve their minor conflict. 
Jacob continued to insist that he was 18 
and an adult and that he could walk to 
Circle K if he felt like it. 

Robert told Jacob that the reason he didn't 
want him walking to Circle K was because 
he had consumed alcohol earlier in the 
night. Officerinformed Jacob that if he were 
to walk to Circle K while intoxicated then he 
could have been arrested and that his 
father was only looking out for his best 
interests.

Officerasked both males if either one 
wished to press any sort of charges, which 
they both declined. Both males signed 
domestic violence refusal forms and Officer 
explained to Jacob that he needed to 
probably go to bed tonight and cool off until 
tomorrow and he could always go to Circle 
K in the morning.

Nothing further needed at this time.

Ptl. J. Arnabel

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12/20/2014 17:13:00
FIGHT

On 12/20/2014 at approximately 1713 
hours, Officer was dispatched to 175 W 
Ohio Ave for an alleged fight. Upon arrival, 
Officer met with the complainant Edward 
Mills who advised that Allen Reed punched 
him in the back of the head three times and 
threw a "Bic" lighter and hit him in the back 
of the head. Officer also spoke with Sean 
Mills who lives in the house as well and he 
confirmed Edward Mills story. Edward Mills 
then declined to press charges for Domestic 
Violence against Allen Reed stating that if 
he did his mother would kick him out of the 
house. Approximately an hour prior to this 
incident, Officer was dispatched to the 
same location for a 91 1 call for an alleged 
fight in progress with Allen Reed. 

Upon my arrival, Allen Reed was in the 
downstairs portion of the house in a verbal 
altercation with Don Hill who also lives in 
the residence. Allen Reed was visibly 
intoxicated and smelled of alcohol. Don Hill 
advised that Allen Reed was drunk and just 
wanted him to "get the hell out of his 
house". So Officer told Allen Reed to go 
back upstairs and to not come back down 
and give anyone any more problems or he 
would be charged with Disorderly Conduct 
with Persistence. Officer made it perfectly 
clear to Reed that if he came back 
downstairs and caused problems again he 
would be charged and myself and Smith 
Township Officer Hall escorted Reed to the 
door to go upstairs. Since Allen Reed came 
back downstairs and got into a physical 
altercation with Edward Mills after Reed 
was warned Officer placed him under arrest 
for Disorderly Conduct intoxicated with 
Persistence 291 7.1 1 B2. Edward Mills and 
Don Hill provided voluntary statements 
providing proof that Allen Reed was back 
downstairs after he had
been warned. Sean Mills also confirmed 
that Allen Reed was back downstairs as 
well. Reed was transported back to Sebring 
Police Department where he was 
processed and released on recognizance. 
While processing Reed before he was 
released he advised that "little Eddie" was
going to get beat up when he got back 
home. Reed was advised of his court date 
of 12/30/2014  at 1300 hours.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

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On this date and time, while on patrol in the 
Village of Sebring, Officer observed a tan 
Buick bearing Ohio registration GEN6478 
traveling south on S. 15th St. Officer 
observed the vehicle registration to be 
expired as of 12/7/14. The vehicle was 
stopped on S. 15"' St in the 600 Blk. The 
driver advised that she was aware that the 
plate was expired. The driver was issued a 
citation for Failure to Display a valid 
registration and given a court in MCC#3 on 
12/30/14 at lpm.

Ptl. S.T. McDaniel#510

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12/19/2014 23:54:00
Criminal
Edward Mills 175 W Ohio Ave Sebring,OH 
44672

On 12/20/2014 at approximately 2353 
hours, Myself and Ptl. Amabelresponded to 
an alleged fight in progress at 175 W Ohio 
Ave. Upon arrival, Officer met with Edward 
R Mills and Donald Hill who were arguing 
back in forth in the living room of the home. 
Mills was intoxicated and was continuously 
engaging in verbal altercations with family 
members as well as physically threatening 
them. Hill, who is the homeowner, advised 
that he just wanted Mills out of the house 
because he was causing a disturbance to 
everyone in the house. Allen Reed, who 
lives in the upstairs of this house, also 
called and complained about the noise from 
the argument between Mills and the other 
family members present. Officer had two 
previous calls to this address for the same 
disturbance wrth Mills within an hour of 
each other which he was warned both times 
to settle down and just go to bed or leave 
the residence for the night or else he would 
be charged with Disorderly Conduct. The 
third call to this residence for the same 
disturbance resulted in Mills being arrested 
and charged with Disorderly Conduct with 
Persistance 2917.1 1A2 M-4. Hill was 
advised of the proper procedure to have 
Mills removed from the house if he wished 
to pursue that route since this is an ongoing 
problem with Mills. Ptl. Amabeli
was tipped off by a family member of the 
presence of a small pill hidden in the stereo 
in the living room. Ptl. AmabelOfficer 
located a small plastic baggie that 
contained a pill that was printed M366 in the 
stereo. Mills was transported back to 
Sebring Police Department where he was 
processed and released on his on 
recognizance. Mills was advised of his court 
date at MCC #3 on 12/23/2014 at 1300 hrs

On 12/19/2014 at approximately 2353, 
myself and Ptl. Eberling were dispatched to 
175 W. Ohio Ave. for a report of another 
fight between the individuals living there. 
Upon arriving, Officer spoke to one of the 
individuals who lives there and they 
informed me that Eddie Mills was causing a 
disturbance and that he had just got done 
snorting a pill that he had crushed up. The 
individual also advised me that there was 
another pill located in the front compartment 
of a CD player located on the dinning room 
table and that it belong to Eddie Mills. 
Officerrecovered the small baggie, which 
contained a single white pill, with the imprint 
M366 on it. Officerchecked the imprint and 
discovered that the pill is identified as 
Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone bitartate 
325mgl7.5 mg, which is a schedule 1 
narcotic. On the top of the baggie in black 
magic marker was the name "Ed Mills." 
Officer asked Eddie about the pill, and he 
said it wasn't his and asked me to show him 
exactly what it was. Officershowed Mr. Mills 
the display of the narcotic and what it was. 
Officernever once used the common name 
for the pill, which is "Vicodin." Mr. Mills then 
stated several times that the "Vicodin" 
wasn't his. Officerasked him how he knew 
that the pill was "Vicodin" since Officernever 
used that name to describe the pill. He 
stated that he wasn't stupid and that he 
knew what the pill was. Officer informed him 
that Officer had no idea what the pill was 
until Officer looked it up. Mr. Mills, by his 
own admission was intoxicated and was 
continuously yelling at individuals while we 
were there.

This was the third time that officers were 
called to the residence that night for the 
same thing. Ptl. Eberling informed Mr. Mills 
that he was under arrest for disorderly 
conduct with persistence and Officer read 
him his Miranda rights. Once back at the 
station, Mr. Mills continued to maintain that 
the pill was not his and offered several 
times to "pee in a cup" to proof that he 
doesn't do drugs. He also stated that he 
must have been set up and that someone 
else placed that pill in the CD player. The 
pill was logged into evidence as found 
property.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506
Ptl. J. AmabelOfficer#505

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12/19/2014
Traffic
Fail to Yield Right of Way

Officerwas Dispatched to a crash that 
happened in the alley behind 366 East Ohio 
Ave.. Upon arrival Officerspoke to Milton 
Hallett (OLN RR365009), he told me that he 
was driving out of his driveway and did not 
se the vehicle coming down the alley. Mr. 
Hallett struck the vehicle of Mark Stewart , 
who lives at 436 East Georgia, causing 
damage to his vehicle. Milton Hallett was 
cited under Sebring Codified Ordinance 
section number
33 1.22, Fail to Yield Right Of Way. A court 
date has been assigned for 
12/30/2014@1300 hrs. in Mahonimg 
County Court #3.

Det Harris

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Officer was dispatched to 176 East Oregon 
for unwanted juveniles. Upon arrival Officer 
saw Kelly Sweet the person who called 
standing on her front porch without any 
shoes on trying to gain access to her 
house. The door was locked and Officer 
tried to get someone from the inside to 
answer the door. No one would. Officer 
informed them that this was the police. Kelly 
said they may have went out the back door. 
Officer went around the house and the back 
door was standing open. Officer was told by 
the neighbors that the young men had went 
out the back door. Officer went through the 
house and let Kelly in. She said that she did 
not want in her house again. 

This is the third time that the Police have 
been over at this house for the three 
refusing to leave when ask. Kelly said that 
she wanted a notice of restriction on the 
juveniles. Officer searched the area and 
found them coming back to the house. 
Officer told them that they were not to 
return to the house at 176 East Oregon or 
they could be arrested for Criminal 
trespassing. Officer told Kelly that she 
would have to sign the forms, she ask if 
Dwight Smith the Dad could, Officer told her 
yes and she said that he would be home 
around 1730. 

The forms were made out and Officer 
returned. Kelly told me that Dwight had 
been home and left mad because they had 
received letters stating that Branty had 
been suspended from school and had a lot 
of tardies. Officer told her that she would 
have to sign them and she did. They will be 
taken to the houses of the young men.

Det Harris

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Traffic
194 E Virginia Ave Sebring, OH 44672
Failure to Control
Sealbell Violation

On 12/18/2014 at approximately 1750 
hours, while sitting at the stop sign at N 
21St St and W Ohio Ave facing south in a 
marked police cruiser, Officerobserved a 
dark green vehicle leave the roadway and 
crash in the 600 block of W Ohio Ave. The 
vehicle stopped at the intersection and 
proceeded down W Ohio Ave heading east 
and the vehicle veered off the right side of 
the road in front of 687 W Ohio Ave. It 
drove in the tree lawn between the sidewalk 
and the road for about 20 feet and sheared 
off the side of a tree, which flipped the 
vehicle onto the driver's side in the 
eastbound lane of W Ohio Ave where the 
vehicle came to rest. 

Officerapproached the vehicle as the driver, 
Andrew A Wyss was climbing out of the 
sunroof of the vehicle. Wyss advised he 
was not injured but kept holding his 
stomach and his left arm was bleeding from 
near his elbow so Officercalled for Sebring 
First Responders to check him out. Wyss 
advised that he did not remember coming 
through the intersection nor going off the 
road but remeinbered coming to just before 
he hit the
tree and was able to turn the wheel to miss 
hitting the tree head on. Wyss advised that 
he does take anti-seizure medication and 
depression medication but was unsure of 
the exact types. Wyss advised he last slept 
the night before from about 2230 hours to 
0430 hours
and was up all day since 0430 hours 
working. Wyss advised he was coming from 
Canton from his girlfriend's house and was 
coming back into town to milk cows at his 
parent's farm on 10071 Johnson Rd. Myself 
and Det. Harris did not detect any signs that 
Wyss was intoxicated. Wyss advised that 
he was not wearing his seat belt. Wyss 
advised that possibly he blacked out or had 
a seizure for a few seconds when he left the 
roadway but
was unsure. When Wyss was asked if he 
was reaching for something or using a cell 
phone he advised that was not the case 
and he "is against using a cell phone and 
driving".

Springer's arrived on scene and towed the 
vehicle to Wyss's parents' house at his 
request. Wyss declined to go to the hospital 
and had his cut on his arm treated at the p 
a scene. Wyss was unable to provide valid 
proof of insurance on the vehicle at the time 
of  the accident and advised that his mother 
Nancy K Wyss had insurance on the vehicle 
Nancy Wyss is the registered owner of the 
vehicle. Officercontacted Nancy Wyss via 
telephone "' and advised her that she 
needed to provide valid proof of insurance 
for the vehicle. Nancy advised that she 
would meet me at Sebring Police 
Department with the insurance information 
but it would take her about an hour to get 
here. Upon her arrival, she handed me her 
cell phone with an e-mail pulled up showing 
a document from SafeAuto stating the 
coverage of insurance on the vehicle. 
Officernoticed the date that the coverage 
started was 12/18/2014 (the date of the 
accident) at 1903 hours. Officerinformed 
her that the accident -. occurred at 1750 
hours and was cleared by 1820 hours so 
this insurance took affect after the accident 
occurred. Nancy Wyss advised the policy 
that she had prior to this one had expired at 
midnight the night before. Officerinformed 
Nancy Wyss that they would need to 
provide to the court valid insurance on the 
vehicle at the time of the accident. 
Officeradvised Nancy Wyss that 
Officerwould need a paper copy of the 
insurance information but she told me the 
earliest she could get it to me would be 
Saturday 12/20/2014. Upon evaluating the 
totality of the circumstances, Officerissued 
Andrew Wyss a citation for Failure to 
Control 331.34A SCO and Seatbelt 
Violation 337.27 SCO. Wyss was advised 
that his personal appearance was required 
at MCC #3 on 12/23/2014 at 1300 hours.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

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DATE: 12/21/2014 19:16

On this date and time, Officerwas 
Requested to assist Smith Twp U- 366 at 
the North Benton Post Office ref to a Black 
female that was sitting on the steps. 
Officers were notified prior to keep a eye 
out for lris Brackett a black female that was 
a mental from their city. Officers were also 
advised that lris had not been taking her 
medication and that when she's not on her 
meds she can become very confused.

Officerstood until Officer Osberg identified 
her as Iris, and he then transported her to 
the Alliance Community Hospital without 
incident.

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On 12/08/14 Jonathan Rine was arrested 
on a F-1 Warrant. When he was arrested he 
was with Patricia Lipply, who knew that he 
had a warrant. On the night of 11/28/14 
Patricia was questioned about the where 
abouts of Mr. Rine. She said that she had 
not seen him for a couple days and really
lid not know him that well. Officerwas told 
that on one occasion she and Jill Cobert 
had came to Mrs. Hanson Apartment to 
obtain clothing for Mr. Rine.

At the time of Mr. Rine's arrest he was 
driving a van that belonged to his mother 
the victim of his crime. This van was bought 
on the 4th of December from Sally's in 
Alliance. Ms. Hanson had to of known that, 
Jonathan Rine, her son did not have a valid 
DI. She is the owner and did not report he 
van stolen when he was driving it.

Ms. Lipply was brought in and question 
about her knowing the where Mr. Rine was. 
She said that someone had sent a 
Facebook message to Jill Cobert to leave 
some of his clothes on the front porch. But 
they never returned to get the clothes. She 
said that Mr. Rine had called her on the day
that he was picked up on the warrant, and 
asked her to go to a Doctor appointment 
with him and his mother. She said that he 
picked her up and they went to a doctors 
office on Sawburg, and then she was taken 
the ER. This is not true as the mother was 
picked up by our first responders and taken 
to the ER, not to a doctors appointment. 
She said that she does not know where he 
was living but thought it was in his van. Ms. 
Lipply will be interviewed again for the 
untruthfulness. This case is still open for 
further evidence.

Det Harris

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Saturday, December 20, 2014
07:59 AM -0500

December 16, 2014
THEFT
Swam, Douglas A 376 West Pennsylvania 
Ave, Sebring OH, 44672

Mr. Swain came to the station to report that 
someone took his blow-ups from his front 
lawn sometime between 2000 hours last 
night and 1500 hours today. The blow-ups 
are, 1 with Santa Claus in a helicopter and 
the other has a snowman with two 
penguins. I told him that I would keep an 
outlook for them


Det Harris #504

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On 12/15/2014 Holly Schroder, 767 S 14th 
St, reported the use of her husband Barry 
Schroeder's Master Card Ms. Schroeder 
states that the debit card was used in Las 
Vegas for a purchase of $79.95. The 
Schroeder's were advised from Master Card 
to file a police report with there local police 
department.

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On 12/13/2014 at approximately 2300, this 
officer assisted Smith Township PD and 
Alliance PD during the course of a drug 
investigation at 9500 Bandy Rd. 

During the course of the investigation, 
officers found several drug related items 
and the remains of a "one-pot" meth lab. A 
backpack 
containing all the tools required for a meth 
lab was also discovered. This officer 
cleared the scene at approximately 0300.

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December 14, 2014
OVI

Subject on Taylor Rd yelling and bothering 
the neighborhood. 

When both units arrived a male subject was 
outside screaming. The male was identified 
as Hayden Miller who was highly 
intoxicated and yelling that he wanted his 
child back. 

Officers advised Hayden he would not be 
taking his child under his condition and we 
could not make the mother give up the child 
due to it being a civil matter. Hayden 
continued to yell and give officers a hard 
time on the situation. Ptl. Baker detained 
Hayden so both officers could speak with 
the grandmother. 

When officers questioned Hayden he 
became very belligerent stating he drove to 
Sebring from Salem and did not see 
anything wrong with it. 
At that time Sebring First Responders 
where called to Johnson Rd at the railroad 
crossing for a car vs train. Officers 
questioned Hayden if that was his vehicle. 

Both officers cleared the scene. 

While in route Ptl. Baker of Smith Twp PD 
assisted me in the accident and took 
Hayden to the scene to identify his vehicle. 
While I was busy at the scene of the 
accident Hayden admitted to Ptl. Baker that 
was his vehicle and that he had crashed the 
vehicle after drinking. At that time Ptl. Baker 
placed Hayden under arrest for OVI.

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On 12/14/2014 at approximately 0515, 
members of this department were advised 
by Alliance Police that they were on their 
way to our station and that they knew where 
a wanted individual was staying for the 
night. The individual in question, Michael S. 
George, is wanted by this county for failing 
to appear for sentencing on illegal assembly 
charges from this department. 

Myself, along with Ptl. Osberg, Smith 
Township Ptl. Baker, Chief Siranovic and K-
9 Jury, and three members of the Alliance 
Police Department went to 448 S. 15th St. 
to attempt to locate Mr. George. After 
knocking on the door for several minutes, a 
female, know to this officer as Theresa 
Shields, came to the door and I asked her  
if Michael George was there. We were 
already able to view Mr. George sleeping on 
the floor of the living room before we were 
able to enter the house. 

Ms. Shields allowed us to enter the house, 
at which time I placed Mr. George, who was 
laying on an air mattress, under arrest for 
his warrants.

In the course of arresting Mr. George, 
officers observed a large amount of narcotic 
paraphernalia and items used for the 
manufacture of methamphetamine. Upon a 
brief search of the area immediately 
surrounding Mr. George, officers were able 
to locate several bags containing items 
used to make meth, including a pipe cutter, 
lighter fluid, coffee filters, lithium batters and 
other unknown fluids. Also discovered were 
several bags full of pills, later identified as 
being Schedule IV narcotics, and two bags 
containing an unknown white powdery 
substance which will be required to be 
tested by BCI&I.

Multiple items were also taken, including zip 
drives, a laptop, several small baggies 
which resemble those which would be used 
to package small amounts of narcotics and 
$282.00 in cash.

Mr. George was transported to Sebring 
Police Department, and then to Mahoning 
County Jail, where he is being held on 
$14,500.00 bond for illegal assembly of 
items used to manufacture 
methamphetamine, 2925.041AC ORC and 
for possession of Schedule IV narcotics, 
2925.1 1C2a
ORC. 

When we were able to wake Mr. George up, 
he was laying on a air mattress on the floor 
with another female. On the couch in the 
same living room as Mr. George and all 
these items was Ms. Shields 14 year old 
son, which would elevate the fines imposed 
by illegal assemble. 
Additional charges are pending.

Ptl. J. Amabeli #505

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On 12/12/2014 at approximately 0058, 
myself and Sgt. Faudree were dispatched 
to 120 E. Georgia Ave. for a report of a 
possible domestic violence situation. Upon 
arriving, we spoke to a female at that 
location, later identified as Debra 
Couchman, who stated that she was struck 
in the head by a male friend of hers, Alan 
Williamson. Debra stated that her and Mr. 
Williamson are friends and that they were in 
Alliance watching the football game at 
Chives, and then they went to another 
house. 

She stated that while he was bringing her 
home, an altercation occurred in the vehicle 
and that she was able to get out of the 
vehicle and run from him, only to have him 
chase her down, hit her in the head, and 
drag her back into his vehicle. At this time, 
he brought her back to her home on 
Georgia Ave. and dropped her off. He then 
left and drove back towards Alliance, at 
which time Ptl. Baker from Smith Township 
spotted the vehicle and attempted to stop 
the vehicle. 

After failing to stop for several minutes, he 
was finally apprehended in Alliance by Ptl. 
Baker and members of Alliance PD. 

Due to the fact this incident happened in 
Alliance, I made contact with Alliance PD 
and spoke to Sgt. Yarian.

I then transported Ms. Couchman to 
Alliance Police Department so that she 
could provide APD with statements.

Nothing further is needed at this time

Ptl. J Amabeli

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Friday, December 19, 2014
10:33 AM -0500

On 12/5/2014 this officer was requested to 
pick up Michael Sharp for Goshen Twp. 
Officer Kalko.
Mr. Sharp was located at the Sebring Quick 
Lube on West Ohio Ave. , then driven to 
Beloit and turned over to the Goshen 
Officer.

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On 12/10/2014 at approximately 2145, 1 
was requested for mutual aid with Smith 
Township Ptl. Osberg who was on his way 
to a domestic violence call on Oyster Rd. 
Ptl. Osberg was coming from the opposite 
end of the township and the caller advised 
that her and her brother were running from 
there house and that their father was 
intoxicated and tearing up their house. Ptl. 
Osberg arrived shortly after I was in the 
area.

After speaking to the parties involved, no 
arrests were made and I was able to clear 
and return to the village.

Ptl. J. Amabeli

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On 12/10/2014 this officer was advised of a 
vehicle parked at the rear of United Die on 
West California Avenue. It was further 
advised that the plates were missing. Upon 
arrival and after running the VIN number it 
was determined that the vehicle was stolen 
from Hall Motors in Alllance Ohio. Contact 
was made with the Alliance Police 
Department, who dispatched Mel's 
tow~ngw ho took possession of the stolen 
vehicle.

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On 12/9/2014 while entering Sebring Drive 
Thru located at 10 S. 15th Street, the van 
Chad White was operating struck to top of 
the doorway. A piece of molding was 
damaged. Mr. White who was located in 
Westville returned and advised that he 
would repair the molding.

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On 12/06/2014 at approximately 1907 
hours, I was dispatched to Beloit Gardens 
to assist Goshen Police Department with 
Jacob Carter. 
Upon my arrival, I met with Goshen's unit 
who was on scene and he advised that the 
individual fled south of the apartment 
buildings toward the railroad tracks. He was 
unsure whether Carter went towards Derr 
Ave or went east or west down the railroad 
tracks. I then came back
into the village and proceeded to Sebring 
Tire and sat and watched the tracks for 
Carter for approximately 35 mins and 
cleared with no contact with Carter.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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On 12/06/2014 at approximately 1552 
hours, while traveling north on N 21S'St in a 
clearly marked police cruiser, I observed a 
blue truck traveling at a visibly high rate of 
speed south on N 21 St near B.P.1 
Recycling. I activated my radar unit which 
confirmed the speed of 53 rnph in a clearly 
posted 35 rnph zone. I tracked the vehicle 
visually and with the radar and the units 
speed fluctuated from 53 rnph to 51 rnph for 
approximately 700 feet before I turned in a 
driveway to turn around to get behind the 
vehicle. 

I initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 
700 block of N 21 St and made contact with 
the drive/owner Bret E Smith. I informed 
Smith that I stopped him for speed 53 mph 
in a clearly posted 35 rnph zone. Smith 
advised that he believed he was only going 
about 39 rnph because he had allegedly 
just turned onto N 21St St from Courtney 
Rd. 

Smith advised he was already aware that it 
was only 35 rnph in that area. Smith 
questioned when the radar unit was 
calibrated and I advised him they are done 
yearly. The radar unit has never picked up 
any sort of interference in the vicinity of this 
traffic stop. I issued Smith a citation for 
Speed 333.03 SCO 53 rnph in a clearly 
posted 35 mph zone. I advised Smith of his 
court date at MCC #3 on 12/11/2014 at 
1100 hours.

Ptl. Darren Eberling

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On this date I was dispatched to 216 West 
Ohio Apt #402 for a women locked in her 
bedroom. 

Upon arrival I made entry into the 
apartment and spoke to Ms. Hanson (age 
60 and handicapped). She told me that she 
was alright, but wanted out. I could see that 
someone had tied the door closed securing 
it to a closet door knob. It was tied with a 
cord from a vacuum cleaner. 

I took photos of the way that she had been 
locked in her room before I removed the 
cords from the door. I then made entry into 
the room and spoke with Ms Hanson. She 
told me that her son Jonathan Lee Rine 
(age 36) had locked her in her room 
because he said that she had lied to him 
about Sally's being open, so he could get 
some money today.

He wanted her Debit card but she would not 
give it to him and that is when he came into 
the bedroom and grabbed her by the neck 
and chocked her. He told her that he was 
going to lock her in that room until tomorrow 
night. He said that he would not give her 
anything to eat or drink. He told her he 
would kill her and how he hated her. He 
threw her clothes into her bedside toilet. He 
then told her now all your clothes smell like 
piss. I asked her how she knew that the 
door had been secured and she told me 
that she had tried to get out. She was asked 
how long she had been in the room and she 
told me all day. She had to wait for him to 
leave before she could use the help line, 
because if he heard her calling for help he 
would have killed her. He told her that if she 
called the police that he would kill her and 
himself. 

I then spoke to the Prosecutor and was told 
to charge him with Kidnapping ORC 
2905.01 (a)(3). 

At that time I did a video taped interview 
with Ms Hanson. In it she tells me the same 
thlngs as above. I then spoke to the Chief 
and he approved Sgt Faudree and Officer 
Amabeli to come in and search for Mr. Rine. 
He also said to charge him with DV ORC 
291 9.25(A) for the assault on her In the 
bedroom. This department has been to this 
victim before on this type of charges and 
she can now see how it is getting worst with 
each time. 

The state will be the one's to bring the DV 
Charges. I made arrangement for Ms. 
Hanson to stay with a friend until we are 
able to find him. 
She is in fear for her life. A search of the 
area did not find Mr. Rine. I will obtain a 
warrant for him. A BOLO was put out for 
Jonathan Rine.


On 11/28/14 at approximately 1832 hours, I 
was dispatched to 216 W Ohio Ave Apt 402 
for a female locked in her bedroom. Upon 
arrival I met with Det. Harris who was 
already on scene and informed me of the 
call details. Myself and Det. Harris 
proceeded up to apartment 402 and found 
Lerene Hanson trapped in her bedroom. 
Her bedroom door was tied shut with a 
vacuum sweeper cord and streched across 
the
hallway and tied to another door knob to 
prevent her from getting out. I also found 
her wheelchair placed across the hallway in 
the bathroom with both wheels locked so 
she could not have access to it. Det. Harris 
processed the scene and interviewed the 
victim while I set out to locate the suspect 
Jonathan Lee Rine who was believe to be 
located at Mark Mueller's house located at 
216 W Pennsylvania Ave according to the 
victim Hanson. Upon arrival I called for 
assistance from Smith Township officer 
Osberg. Upon the other units arrival we 
approached the home and made contact 
with Mark Mueller who advised that Rine 
had just left his residence in a silver colored 
Ford Taurus allegedly en route to Alliance 
with Joseph Henry Saulsberry. I informed 
dispatch of Saulsberry who advised this 
individuals address was 236 Alabama
Ave Apt. 2 so myself and Smith Township 
officer Osberg drove there to try and meet 
with Saulsberry.

Upon arrival I observed a Ford Taurus 
parked in front of Apt. 2 that matched the 
description of the vehicle that allegedly 
picked up Rine from 216 W Pennsylvania 
Ave. I gave dispatch the Ohio plate number 
FXS3676 which returned to a Danielle L 
Chavarria. Myself and Smith Township 
officer Osberg approached Apt. 2 and made 
contact with Joseph Henry Saulsberry who 
advised Rine was not at his home. 
Saulsberry advised that he did indeed pick 
up Rine from 216 W Pennsylvania Ave and 
took him to Circle K 205 E. Ohio Ave and 
then dropped him off in front of Sebring 
Public Library 195 W Ohio Ave.

Saulsberry advised that Rine then told him 
that he was going "home" from the library. 
Saulsberry refused to allow myself and 
Smith Township officer Osberg to come into 
his apartment to verify that Rine was not 
there. After leaving there I also went to 132 
N 16th St and spoke with Jill Corbett who is 
known to possible have contact with Rine 
but advised he was not there and has not 
seen him for awhile. I decided to go back to 
236 Alabama Ave Apt 2 to see if Saulsberry 
was still home but the silver Ford Taurus 
was now I gone. I went to Apt. 3 and spoke 
with the neighbors about if they had seen 
anyone get out of the vehicle with 
Saulsberry when he arrived there but they 
informed me they did not pay any attention. 
I attempted to make contact with Apt 1 but 
no one answered the door and Apt 2 where 
Saulsberry lived was checked once more 
but no one answered the door. 

After talking to Sgt. Faudree, I stayed at 
236 Alabama Ave and waited for the silver 
Ford Taurus to return to see if Saulsberry 
had Rine with him. A little while later the 
vehicle did return and Saulsberry got out 
with 2 younger girls who went in the 
apartment with him. Myself
and Ptl. Amabeli approached Apt 2 and 
Saulsberry then gave us consent to search 
the apartment this time to look for Rine. Our 
search did not locate Rine so we left the 
residence and informed Saulsberry that if 
Rirle is seen to contact us. Saulsberry was 
also asked to give his story again about 
what happened earlier. Saulsberry's story 
the second time slightly differed from his 
first story stating that he picked Rine
up at 216 W Pennsylvania Ave and went to 
Rocky's Drive Thru and then to the Library. 
This differed from the first story since he 
stated then that they went to Circle K, when 
asked, Saulsberry advised that they 
stopped at Rocky's Drive Thru for him to get 
cigarettes and then they went to Cirlce for 
Rine and then to the Library. Myself and Ptl. 
Amabeli left the apartment and continued to 
search for Rine throughout the
night.

Ptl. Darren Eberling #506

11/29/14
On this date a warrant was Issued for (F-I) 
K~dnapplnga, nd (M-I) DV, for Jomathan 
Rlne. As of this report he has no been 
found. A copy of the report was faxed to 
Adult Protective Services.

Thursday, December 18, 2014
07:51 AM -0500