Tallmadge Crime

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    Sunday May 17 | via Tallmadge Express 

    Tallmadge police ask residents to be on the look out for a Hispanic woman around 30 years of age and a Hispanic man around 40 years of age associated with incidents of burglary and attempted burglary by distraction May 12. In both incidents, Acting Police Chief Ron Williams said the woman approached the home, made contact with the victim, and inquired about doing yard work for the homeowner. Williams said the first incident occurred a little after noon on Elm Avenue.


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  • Accused pizza shop voyeur arrested after being talke...

    Sunday May 17 | via Tallmadge Express 

    A 33-year-old Tallmadge man facing three counts in connection with the alleged surreptitious videotaping of female employees at Romeo's Pizza on Ravenna Road in Twinsburg was arrested May 11 around 11 p.m. in Arizona, after threatening suicide at the edge of the "Abyss," a site at the Grand Canyon. According to Twinsburg police, Paul M. Strebler, of Norton Road in Tallmadge, was talked off the ledge by negotiators and officers with the National Park Service, and was taken into custody without further incident or injury.


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  • Manager of Romeo's Pizza in Twinsburg on run after p...

    Monday May 11 | via Tallmadge Express 

    The police department issued warrants May 8 for the arrest of a 33-year-old Tallmadge man, accused of secretly recording at least two female employees in a pizza franchise bathroom with disguised video equipment. Paul M. Strebler, of Norton Road in Tallmadge and manager of Romeo's Pizza at 9637 Ravenna Road for five years in Twinsburg, will be charged with one felony and one misdemeanor voyeurism charge upon his arrest for the alleged surreptitious taping of the females, 20 and 17 years old, according to police.


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  • Man accused of shooting woman in Tallmadge was aimin...

    Monday May 11 | via Cleveland.com 

    An armed Akron man who fired at another man during a fight in Tallmadge missed and struck a woman, police said. Tramane Smart, 29, was indicted by a Summit County grand jury on charges of attempted aggravated murder, attempted murder, aggravated burglary, felonious assault and possessing a gun despite being a felon.


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Tallmadge Law

Is my sister disqualified for going with me on a trip under the terms and conditions?
My sister in the state of Ohio got a 1st tier OVI in Sept. and I won a trip and would like to take her. the terms and conditions state the following for the traveling companion: Any person who has been convicted of a felony, is the subject of a pending arrest warrant, is the subject of a pending criminal trial or sentencing, is on criminal probation, or has been convicted of a misdemeanor or any offense involving (a) any crime against a person, including any crime of violence or threatened violence, domestic violence or sexual offense, (b) theft, (c) robbery, (d) burglary, (e) fraud, (f) forgery, (g) manufacture, use and/or distribution of controlled substances or (h) any crime against public order, including disorderly conduct or public indecency, or is a habitual offender
Boils down to where your taking your sister on this "trip." To Hocking Hills? No worries. To Europe? Start worrying....
I didn't blow. Odds of a reduced charge? I'm in real estate. I'll loose everything if I can't drive. No priors of any kind.
I made an illegal u turn. When asked I did say I had a couple beers. Not sure how field sobriety went, I told the officer I had a knee injury which is true. I know I had trouble on the one leg part. Not surprising with a torn knee. I didn't blow when asked. They said I would loose my license for a year if I didn't. Pretty intimidating but every attorney always says don't blow. Any advice would help. I'm 40, no priors. I'm not gonna lie. I was in AA until this recent relapse, I can't lie about that part. The recently ex chief of police had known me my whole life and knows I've been in AA if that helps
Contact an attorney asap, certainly before your next court appearance. You are suspended for a year by the BMV, but you...
First time dui with bad attitude
I was charged with my first dui in summit county ohio. I truthfully did not have much to drink. A few beers at most. I refused breathalyzer. I was insulting to police officers but not threatening or resisting. I am a very productive member of society with a high income. I am thinking of pleading guilty as I failed the field tests and am very remorseful. What are the chances of getting jail time due to my bad behavior.
Don't just plead guilty. Our justice system does not reward you for not putting up a fight. Hire an attorney. A good...
Can i get a ccw permit in ohio with a weapons while intoxicated and inducing panic charge both of which are misdemeanors
I have a weapons while intoxicated and inducing panic charges both of which are misdemeanors. Am i able to get a ccw permit in ohio with these charges
I am not licensed in Ohio, but my suspicion is the answer is no. To get an answer that is more meaningful, I would...
Can i get a ccw in ohio with a weapons while intoxicated and a inducing panic charges both of which are misdemeanors
I have a weapons while intoxicated and inducing panic charges both of which are misdemeanors and would like to know if i am able to get a ccw in ohio
Sorry but you question makes absolutely no sense. You are always able to get a ccw in Ohio. Just carry a concealed...
What am I suppose to do?
I live in Ohio, and had a charge reduced from an OVI to OVUAC. I'm 21 now, and I am finding myself somewhat in a permanent mess. After this while mess is over, I'm still paying the price forever. I now have a permanent criminal record that can never be expunged, and have to avoid any applications that make you list misdemeanors. Is there nothing I can do?
Have you discussed this with an experienced criminal defense attorney in the Akron area? That's what you should do? I...
I am a Canadian citizen living in the United States as a legal resident (with green card). I am being charged with a DUI.
Will this DUI charge (first time) that I am guilty of result in deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, denial of naturalization, or other consequences? What problems will this cause crossing the border into Canada? Thank You!
I recommend hiring a qualified immigration attorney in your area who is familiar with the local criminal code to assist...