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1) Quinton Jones, 18. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him



Published: Sun, August 12, 2007 @ 2:00 a.m.

1) Quinton Jones, 18. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult and asked that a drug charge be dismissed. On Nov. 28, 2006, Judge Theresa Dellick sentenced Jones to a minimum of one year in the Ohio Department of Youth Services, suspended the sentence and gave him credit for time held in detention. Jones was then placed on probation.

2) Antwan J. Milender, 17. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. On Oct. 11, 2006, Magistrate Anthony D’Apolito sentenced Milender to a minimum of one year in the Ohio Department of Youth Services, suspended the sentence, placed him on probation and ordered that he do 16 hours community service. The sentence was approved by Judge Dellick.

3) Frank J. Perry, 17. Dale Boys. Gang charge is pending. He was incarcerated with the Ohio Department of Youth Services before the gang charges being filed. His projected release is January 2009.

4) Eugene G. Thompkins, 16. South Side Soldiers. Gang charge is pending. He was incarcerated with the Ohio Department of Youth Services before the gang charges were filed. His projected release is January 2008.

5) Isiah Dewitt Weatherspoon, 17. L Unit. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult Oct. 23, 2006. Magistrate Donna McCollum sentenced Weatherspoon to a minimum of one year in the Ohio Department of Youth Services, suspended the sentence, placed him on probation and ordered that he do eight hours community service.

6) Lewer F. Dent, 18. L Unit. Indicted as an adult on the gang charge in December 2006. A motion-to-dismiss hearing was set for May 15 in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court. The prosecutor filed a response and the judge’s decision is pending. He failed to appear for a pretrial hearing and a bench warrant was issued. He was caught July 21.

7) Levert F. Dent, 18. L Unit. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult Sept. 27, 2006. Magistrate D’Apolito sentenced Dent on Nov. 6, 2006, to a minimum of one year in the Ohio Department of Youth Services, suspended the sentence, placed him on probation and ordered that he obtain a GED, find a job and submit to drug tests or counseling. The sentence was approved by Judge Dellick. A new charge of breaking and entering was filed May 8 in Youngstown. Case is pending in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.

8) Johnathan Dent, 16. L Unit. Indicted as an adult on the gang charge in common pleas court in October 2006. The prosecutor wants his bond revoked based on reports he was present at the July 8 homicide of William “Mike” Burr (see Dion Weatherspoon and Reshaud Biggs). Johnathan was also charged with obstructing official business when his brother Lewer Dent was arrested July 21.

9) Keith Lamar Page, 18. Dale Boys. Pending.

10) Stephan D. Hogan, 18. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult Oct. 31, 2006. On Feb. 5, Judge Dellick sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year with credit for time served in detention at JJC. His lawyer filed a motion April 4 for early release. Judge Dellick denied it.

11) Dwayne E. Boone, 18. Dale Boys. The prosecutor filed a motion to dismiss the charge at a final pretrial hearing, and the judge dismissed it Feb. 22, noting he had moved to Franklin County. On July 11, Boone was arrested in Youngstown and charged with aggravated trafficking in marijuana.

12) Anthony Hunter, 18. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement Feb. 12, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of attempted participation in a criminal gang. A pretrial hearing is set for Sept. 24.

13) Terry L. Luckey Jr., 17. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement Nov. 20, 2006, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. Judge Dellick sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year, suspended the sentence and placed him on probation.

14) Marquez Perry, 18. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement July 17, 2006, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. On Oct. 25, 2006, Judge Dellick sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year, suspended the sentence and placed him on probation.

15) Lamar Knox, 17. South Side Soldiers. In a plea agreement April 23, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. Judge Dellick sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year on the gang charge and suspended the sentence. A separate aggravated robbery charge with a gun specification was amended to kidnapping and the gun specification was dismissed. He pleaded guilty to kidnapping and the judge sentenced him to a minimum of three years with the Ohio Department of Youth Services.

16) Mickele J. Glenn, 17. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement Dec. 21, 2006, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. On Jan. 24, Magistrate D’Apolito sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year, suspended the sentence and placed him on probation. Judge Dellick approved the sentence.

17) Abdul R. Muhammad, 16, now resides in Franklin County. South Side Soldiers. In a plea agreement Feb. 1, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. The case was transferred to Franklin County Juvenile Court in Columbus for disposition.

18) Ayuub Muhammad, 13. South Side Soldiers. He now lives in Franklin County, and the prosecutor is determining course of action.

These adults were juveniles when the

alleged crimes occurred:

1) Reshaud M. Biggs, 21, Dale Boys. He had a hearing set for June 28 in juvenile court for the gang charge; it was reset to Sept. 24. He was convicted of drug and weapons offenses in common pleas court and sentenced to one year in prison in October 2005. Judicial release was granted in May 2006 and he was placed on two years’ probation and ordered to obtain a GED and establish paternity of his children. With his whereabouts unknown in January, a warrant was issued by common pleas court and he was caught in mid-February. He was then indicted and charged with the Dec. 30, 2006, aggravated murder of 31-year-old Anthony Perez, who was shot to death on the South Side. Biggs’ probation in the drug/weapons case was terminated and his original prison term re-imposed on March 22. He was sent back to prison May 3 but was then transferred to the Mahoning County jail June 4 (to participate in his defense in the murder case). The murder case is pending.

2) Cory Phillip Cochrane, 19. Dale Boys. He had a hearing in June to vacate pleas on old charges that the defense argued were the basis of the gang charge. The judge took the matter under advisement.

3) Bobby Joe Crockett Jr., 20. Dale Boys. Gang charge dismissed at juvenile court upon motion of prosecutor.

4) Iceleya Square, 19. South Side Soldiers. In a plea agreement Nov. 20, 2006, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have Square tried as an adult. On Jan. 22, Judge Dellick sentenced her to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year, suspended the sentence, placed her on probation and ordered that she get a GED.

5) Tony Lamar Ross, 19. Dale Boys. In a plea agreement Feb. 8, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. He failed to show up for sentencing on April 6 and an order of apprehension was issued. As of Wednesday, he remained at large.

6) Kenneth T. Price, 19. South Side Soldiers. A hearing on the gang charge was set for May 21 and the charge was dismissed. He was indicted in an unrelated aggravated robbery case with gun specification in December 2006. He pleaded guilty in common pleas court to those charges April 30 and was sentenced to seven years in prison May 2.

7) Donald Price III, 20. Dale Boys. The gang charge at juvenile court was dismissed upon motion of prosecutor. He was charged with aggravated burglary (2005) and indicted May 11, 2006, in common pleas court. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years’ probation in September 2006.

8) Anthony J. Anderson, 21. Dale Boys. A hearing on the gang charge was set for May 29 in juvenile court then reset to July 23. The charge was dismissed because he was sentenced in an unrelated adult case. The adult charges of bribery and aggravated robbery with firearm specification were filed June 30, 2006 (offense date May 22, 2006, in Boardman). He was indicted in August 2006 in common pleas court. The bribery charge was dismissed and he pleaded guilty to the rest in April. When sentenced June 6, he received three years in prison for the firearm charge and four years for the robbery. He received credit for 329 days already spent in jail.

9) Marvin E. Boone, 19. Dale Boys. Juvenile court had issued an order of apprehension for Boone when the gang charge was filed in May 2006, but he was never picked up on it and therefore never arraigned on the charge. An unrelated receiving stolen property charge (Youngstown) was filed in August 2006 in common pleas court. He pleaded guilty Nov. 16, 2006. All charges were dismissed after Boone was shot to death Jan. 29 on the South Side with three others.

10) Anthony Scrutchen Jr., 21. South Side Soldiers. Gang charge pending in juvenile court. This was not a new gang charge. It was a re-do of the same charge that was erroneously filed in common pleas court in June 2005 and dismissed there in October 2005 to be refiled in juvenile court. Charges of improper handling of a firearm and possession of drugs (Youngstown) filed in common pleas court May 25, 2006, and he pleaded guilty Dec. 13, 2006. He was sentenced to one year in prison Feb. 2 and sent to prison Feb. 13. Motion for judicial release was filed April 3. A judicial release hearing set for May 31 was canceled. A trafficking in marijuana charge (Canfield) was filed in November 2006 and he was indicted in February. He was removed from prison March 26 and placed in county jail pending the trafficking charge. Trial in the drug case is set for Oct. 1.

11) Dion D. Weatherspoon, 19. L Unit. In a plea agreement Nov. 30, 2006, the prosecutor withdrew her motion to have him tried as an adult. Judge Dellick sentenced him to the Ohio Department of Youth Services for a minimum of one year, suspended the sentence and placed him on probation. A receiving stolen property charge (Boardman) was filed June 27, 2006. He pleaded guilty Oct. 19, 2006, in common pleas court and was placed on three years’ community control Nov. 22, 2006, and ordered to get his GED. On July 10, 2007, a murder warrant was issued for Weatherspoon. He’s accused of shooting William “Mike” Burr to death July 8. Burr was only witness to the Dec. 30, 2006, shooting death of his brother, Anthony Perez. (See Reshaud Biggs above). Based on Weatherspoon’s murder charge, a probation violation hearing was set for Aug. 14 in the stolen property case.

Sources: Mahoning County Juvenile Court, Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force, Vindicator files, Mahoning County Common Pleas Court, Mahoning County jail.


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