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Former school teacher indicted for theft

FPS staff report

A school teacher was indicted by the Carroll County Grand Jury last week for removing several iPads and a laptop computer from Conotton Valley Schools before school dismissed last spring.

Prosecuting Attorney Donald R. Burns, Jr., said Julie M. Page, 37, of 4869 Belden Drive S.E., Uhrichsville, was indicted on one count of Theft, a fifth degree felony (F-5), and one count of Theft in Office, an F-4.

Burns said Page is charged with removing several Apple iPads and a laptop from the Conotton Valley School District while she was employed as a teacher.  She taught special education and resigned from the position July 31.

Burns said 17 indictments were returned including one that involved the assault of a police officer.

Jeffrey A. Harper, 29, of 1215 Auburn Avenue N.W., Massillon, was indicted on one count of Assault, an F-4.  It is alleged that during his arrest on Aug. 4, Harper knowingly caused physical harm to a deputy of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.

Other indictments included:
JAMES J. WOODWARD, 43, of 46 Gallo Road N.W., Carrollton, who was indicted on two counts of Illegal Use of a Minor in Nudity-Oriented Material or Performance, each F-2s, five counts of Illegal Use of a Minor in Nudity-Oriented Material or Performance, All F-5s, two counts of Pandering Obscenity Involving a Minor, each F-4s and two counts of Pandering Sexually Oriented Matter Involving a Minor, each F-4s. 

It is alleged that on or about June 30, Woodward had in his possession a cell telephone that contained child pornography.

SEVREN B. TEETERS, 22, of 410 3rd Street, Malvern, who was indicted on one count of Failure to Provide Periodic Verification of Current Address, an F-4.  It is alleged that on or about August 5, 2013, Teeters, who is a convicted sex offender, failed to verify his address with the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office as required by law.

CHAD M. SOMMER, 32, of 191 Cline Street, Magnolia, was indicted on one count of Theft, a F-5.  It is alleged that on July 24, Sommer stole brass connectors valued at over $1,000 from his place of employment.

KAYLEE E. LONGORIA, 19, of 1107 Clarendon Avenue North, Canton, was indicted on seven counts of Theft, all F-5s.  It is alleged that during July and August 2013, Longoria stole personal checks from an elderly Carrollton resident.

MICHAEL G. RADABAUGH, 27, of 5081 Citrus Road Apt. 7, Malvern, was indicted on two counts of Aggravated Possession of Drugs, both F-5s, and one count of Tampering With Drugs, an F-3  It is alleged that on or about May 1, Radabaugh unlawfully possessed oxycodone and Percocet, each a Schedule II drug.

TODD A. DEMATTIO, 41, of 161 25th Street, New Philadelphia, was indicted on one count of Vandalism, an F-4.  It is alleged that on July 15, Demattio caused over $7,500.00 in damage to a camper during an altercation with MICHAEL C. ALLISON, 42, of 2896 Highview, Dellroy, who was indicted on one count of Felonious Assault, an F-2, for using a beer bottle to cause physical harm to Demattio.

RENARD M. TORRENCE, 50, of 2402 14th Street N.E., Canton, was indicted on one count of Theft By Deception, n F-1.  It is alleged that on July 29, Torrence uttered a check from a closed account in order to obtain two firearms from a local federally licensed firearm dealer.

 AUSTIN LEE FISHER, 19, of 6176 VoAsh Drive S.W., Carrollton, was indicted on one count of Trafficking in Marihuana, n F-5.  It is alleged that on or about May 31, Fisher sold marijuana.

MATTHEW ZENE, III, 44, of 1252 Tampa Avenue, Akron, was indicted on one count of Aggravated Possession of Drugs, an F-5, and one count of Tampering With Evidence, an F-3.  It is alleged that during a traffic stop on July 12, Zene attempted to conceal Percocet, a Schedule II drug and marijuana that was in his possession.

BENJAMIN M. CRONIN, 34, of 4104 Township Road 289, Hammondsville, Ohio was indicted on one count of Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a felony of the fifth degree.  It is alleged that on August 15, 2013, Cronin possessed Percocet, a Schedule II drug.

CHARLES L. STOUT, 46, of 132 East Main Street, Malvern, Ohio was indicted on one count of Failure to Comply With Order or Signal of Police Officer, an F-3, and one count of Possession of Cocaine, an F-5.  It is alleged that on July 26,  Stout fled from an officer of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office after receiving a visible and audible signal to stop.  He was found to have cocaine in his possession upon his apprehension.

DAVID S. CHOATE,, 27, of 4139 Kensington Road, Carrollton, was indicted on one count of Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle, an F-4.  It is alleged that on August 12, Choate stole a four wheeler from a Carroll County residence.

TAMMY R. BARKER, 42, of 1204 Richard Place N.W., Canton, and WILLARD A. HULL, 48, of 7287 Autumn Road S.W., Carrollton, were each indicted on one count of Breaking and Entering, an F-5.  It is alleged that one August 31, they trespassed into a Citrus Road, Malvern garage and removed gasoline.

Arraignments would be held before Judge Dominick E. Olivito, Jr., in Carroll County Court of Common Pleas Sept. 19 at 8:30 a.m.


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