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Week of 1/15/18 Criminal Felony Convictions:

A criminal defendant has to have been sentenced before he or she is considered “convicted” of a criminal offense in the State of Ohio.  Below are the felony convictions that took place in the Wayne County Common Pleas Court for 1/15/2018 to 1/22/2018:

 

1/17/2018 - Mario Michael Mastrodonato, 31 year old male from Akron - Case No. 2017 CRC-I 000114

Week of 12/4/17 Misdemeanor Convictions:

The Wayne County Municipal Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanor level offenses. The following are the criminal case convictions (not including traffic offenses) for 12/4/2017 to 12/11/2017:

 

12/4/2017 - Sharon Manuel, 21 year old female from WOOSTER - Case No. 2017 CR-B 001844

Convicted of Disorderly Conduct, M4, in violation of Ohio Revised Code 2917.11(A)(2). Sentenced by Judge Carol Millhoan to: a fine of $150.00. Additionally the following conditions were imposed: Pay Court Costs / Probation Fees.

 

Criminal Misdemeanor Convictions in the Wayne County, Ohio Municipal Court for Week of July 22, 2013

The Wayne County Municipal Court has Jurisdiction over misdemeanor level offenses. The following are the criminal case convictions (not including traffic offenses) for the week of July 22, 2013:

7/22/2013 - Karrie Harris, 30 year old female from Loudonville - Case No. 01146-07-13-CRB
Convicted of Disorderly Conduct, MM, in violation of Ohio Revised Code 2917.11(A)(1). Additionally the following conditions were imposed:  Pay Court Costs; Probation; Fees.

New Ohio Law to Fight Scrap Metal Thieves

In recent years, theft of metals has been on the rise in Ohio.  For example, thieves have been stealing communication wire, removing catalytic converters off of cars, and scavenging the copper piping out of vacant houses.  The thieves will then attempt to sell these stolen items to scrap metal dealers.To combat these thefts, Senate Bill 193 was passed by the Ohio Legislature in June.  Beginning January 1, 2013, the law requires scrap metal dealers to register their businesses with an online database to which law enforcement will have exclusive access for investigation purposes.  Beginning J