Prosecutors are reviewing the video for possible charges.
Prosecutors are reviewing the video for possible charges.
Jonathan Robinson, 25, refused to move and could be seen arguing with officer Carl Harmon. The cop had stopped a woman carrying Robinson’s two children, moments before.
In the video Harmon shouts at Robinson to ‘get back!’ after Robinson followed the woman, later identified to be his wife, crossing the road.
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Columbus police released more than 49 minutes of video footage Monday in connection with a Friday encounter in which an officer punched a man who refused to comply with police instructions to stay back from a scene where officers were investigating a report of gunshots.
The video is a compilation of three officers’ body cameras and two cruisers’ video footage showing at least three people taken into custody after a shooting was reported by the ShotSpotter detection system Friday in the 900 block of Heyl Avenue on the South Side. Though the scene is repeated from different angles, the clearest footage of the altercation appears to come at the 22-minute mark.
Jonathan Robinson, 25, refuses to get back and argues with officer Carl Harmon after Harmon stops a woman with two children Robinson later identifies as his kids as they attempt to cross the street toward the house where the investigation is focused.
Surveillance footage captured the sickening moment a mentally-ill inmate was punched in the head and face at eight times by prison guards who were supposed to be supervising him.
Terrance Debose, 47, could be clearly seen on video strapped to a chair in a small cell in the Cuyahoga County Jail in Cleveland, Ohio.
Corrections Cpl. Nicholas Evans could be seen standing next to the chair and appeared to switch off his body camera before pummeling the face of the inmate.
Corrections Officers Nicholas Evans, left, and Timothy Dugan, right, were seen placing Terrance Debose into a cell while being restrained
OHIO: A 600 pound cocaine dealer is so obese a makeshift courtroom had to be set up in his ambulance for him to plead guilty in. Kirk Lenell Smith admitted to cocaine trafficking and being a felon in possession of a gun during makeshift hearing. Smith was sentenced to two years in jail. His sentence was agreed on as part of a plea deal struck between him and prosecutors
OHIO: Cuyahoga County officials have released surveillance video that shows now-indicted corrections officers spraying pepper foam on an inmate while she is restrained in a chair.
Clark is accused of using pepper foam on the female in July 2018, while guard Robert Marsh is charged with unlawfully restraining her. Marsh also allegedly struck the inmate.
The incident was caught on the two angles of jail’s surveillance cameras.
The men are two of five corrections officers who were indicted following a lengthy investigation by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
An Ohio Woman was arrested after she broke into a house, pet the family dog, washed a few dishes and then left without taking anything.
Body camera footage released by Cleveland police shows the moment a 9-year-old fourth-grade student at St. Francis School was arrested for bringing a gun to school last month.
According to the video, the student grabbed the gun, a .40-caliber semi-automatic Taurus, out of his mother’s closet and brought it to school in a book bag.
Another student whom the 9-year-old showed the gun to at school notified a teacher.
In the video of the incident, the officer asks the boy to turn around, and then he’s placed in handcuffs.
The boy tells his mother that he’s scared.
“You should have been scared touching the gun. You can’t be scared of me, you bringing guns to school,” the officer said.
The boy’s mother asks him if he’s comfortable while he’s sitting there in handcuffs. “No, mommy,” he says.
“It gets better because you go in my car,” the officer tells the boy. “Then you go down to the station with me and then I take you to (detention home). Just so you know, what you did was bad.”
The boy responds, “I’m sorry.”
“Sorry doesn’t cut it,” the officer says.
Alyssa Zebrasky, 27, was pictured in her third mugshot on Tuesday after she was arrested in Montgomery County, Ohio.
She was booked on a charge out of nearby Mahoning County.
She was taken into custody after trying to steal a bag from a Walmart in Boardman Township.
During a search, police said they found a hypodermic needle, a ‘whitish rock like substance’ and an ‘orange pill’ in containers inside her purse.
Zebrasky admitted to police the drugs were Methamphetamine and a suboxone pill.
The Windham Board of Education holds a special meeting, voting to take action against it’s own Superintendent who’s accused of having sex with one student, and attempting to have sex with another. The educator also once taught English in Campbell and Western Reserve Schools.
Meanwhile, some parents are concerned that little information was provided by the school district — and they’re worried there may be other victims out there.
At 7:00 AM a special meeting of the Windham Board of Education was called to order. By just one minute after, members of the board had moved behind closed doors and into executive session.
They voted to discuss the employment status of school Superintendent 35-year-old Laura Amero who was recently indicted by a Portage County Grand Jury for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old male student in 2017. She’s also accused of attempting to have sex with another male student while she was the Principal in the district two times between 2015 and 2017 when he was 16 and 17-years-old.
Amero is officially charged with: Two counts each of Sexual Battery and Attempted Sexual Battery and One Count of Intimidation of a Witness.
It took the Board of Education just 13 minutes to emerge and unanimously vote to suspend Amero without pay pending the outcome of her criminal case.
She was previously on paid administrative leave since the start of the investigation and she’s been ordered to have no contact with the victims and to stay away from all juveniles while under indictment.
The President of the School Board says Amero has been the Superintendent since February, and prior to that she has been a Principal in the district since 2015. He says the district had done all the necessary steps to check her background.
Windham Board of Education President Darryl McGuire says, “Of course we did our due diligence. Even when we hired her, we even had a lot of experience with her from 2015 as a Principal. Of course we didn’t see any of that or have any indication of any wrong doing — until the allegations came fourth.”
Dominique Hardwick, the mother of one Windham student says she only heard about the investigation from her son. The school didn’t send anything home until a few days ago.
“I just feel like that was something that we should have been notified about immediately,” Hardwick said.
The mother of three feels the school needs to address what’s happened with all the students.
“It needs to be addressed to make sure there aren’t any other victims,” Hardwick said.
Amero is free on a $350,000 bond, she has previously declined comment and referred us to her attorney who has not responded at this point.
Her next court hearing is set for May 31st.
Qamar Akee Williams – also known by his stage name Q Money – is charged in the murder of Calvin Alexander Chappell at a Decatur residence on April 15.
A 17-year-old girl was arrested Thursday morning in Lordstown for allegedly leading police on a chase reaching more than 100 mph all while having her two children in the car.
According to Lordstown Police Department Chief Brent Milhoan, the incident started just after 8 p.m. in a school zone where he was conducting radar patrol.
A woman who is currently on probation for bestiality has been indicted by a Trumbull County Grand Jury on one charge of robbery.
35-year-old Amber Finney is accused of robbing Chase Bank on West Market Street in Warren back in February.
According to police, the teller informed Finney that she could only dispense $1,000 at a time;
The woman allegedly accepted the money, and then walked out of the bank and made her way to the parking lot, where she was spotted meeting up with a man.
Police officers who were called to the scene were able to track down Finney by following footprints in the snow. She was arrested at a home on Ward Street NW a short time later.
Finney made headlines in 2017 when she pleaded no contest to a charge of bestiality under Ohio’s newly enacted laws criminalizing sex with animals.
The conviction stemmed from a disturbing incident in which Finney, who has three paw prints tattooed on her left shoulder, was caught on video having a sexual encounter with a dog on New Year’s Day.
An Ohio driver was seen fleeing cops Monday. Police say she told them she was late for work. Imani Edwards was pulled over by Cleveland police for having tinted windows, but then she took off without warning, police say. At one point, video shows cops boxing her in and came out with guns drawn. One officer tried to open her door and she barreled her way through, taking off again. Edwards was then caught racing through a residential area, where authorities tried again to get her to stop.
After deputies led a shackled Herman See into court Monday, he insulted one of the prosecutors who helped convict him of 22 counts of rape. See then told Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Dinkelacker that he only bows down to his god. Angela Stites, the mother of two of the victims, was also in court. A jury convicted Stites of four counts of rape. Dinkelacker sentenced her to 86 years in prison. He sentenced See to 221 years behind bars
When Judge Eugene Lucci revealed the defendant would spend 22 years in prison, Manson Bryant stood up and began shouting. Deputies in the courtroom restrained Bryant and moved him away from the judge, but he continued to yell. That reportedly prompted the judge to later add six more years to his sentence (not caught on video). Bryant will now spend 28 years behind bars
On March 7, 2019 at 10:13am Officer Linda Gutierrez responded to a car accident at the intersection of E. Livingston Ave. & Brookwood Rd. (east Columbus)
What appeared to be a victim of the accident quickly became irate/irrational while Officer Gutierrez was trying to access the situation.
The 27-year-old male berated the officer, threatened suicide by cop and continued to approach her when she asked him to back up.
“She showed amazing restraint in the entire video. Officer Wendell Tolber is first to arrive and uses a taser on the suspect ending the confrontation. She is a superstar to say the least,” said Officer Gutierrez’s supervisor Lt. David Knight.
We’ve blurred the faces of the suspect and the victim of the purse snatching because she chose not to pursue charges.
The suspect was taken to receive mental health help.
An inmate attacked a nurse inside the medical unit of the Cuyahoga County Jail, a lock-up facing hard questions about inmate deaths, overcrowding, deplorable conditions and more.
A county spokesperson said an inmate grabbed a nurse from behind, around her head and neck.
Corrections officers quickly moved in before she was seriously hurt.
That inmate has now been placed in “restrictive housing.”
The county said the nurse was checked out and then returned to work.
The jail has been under a spotlight and the focus of multiple investigations.
A Warrensville Heights man shocked a courtroom full of spectators Tuesday when he sucker-punched his own defense attorney after a judge sentenced him to 45 years in prison.
Cuyahoga County sheriff’s deputies took down David Chislton after the 42-year-old struck lawyer Aaron Brockler in the face with both of his handcuffed fists, the witnesses said. Chislton spurred an hours-long police standoff in 2017 when he pistol-whipped his girlfriend and set his apartment complex on fire.
Russo sentenced Chislton sentenced on nearly two dozen charges, including multiple counts of aggravated arson and felonious assault, in 2017 incident.
Chislton pistol-whipped the woman and threatened to her after she accused him of sexually abusing her 15-year-old daughter, then set fire to the building during an ensuing standoff with police, prosecutors said. He wore brass knuckles when officers took him into custody, and investigators found a loaded revolver in the apartment, records show.