Marijuana sales bring 10 Girard arrests

GIRARD — Ten young people, including three juveniles, were charged Wednesday in connection with selling marijuana.

Police arrested all of them Wednesday and today, with assistance from agents of the U.S. Marshal’s Service. Some of those arrested are students at Girard High School.

Police said none of the drug trafficking occurred on school property, although it may had taken place within 1,000 feet of the high school.

The names of the three juveniles were not provided by Girard police. The information about their charges has been sent to the Trumbull County juvenile authorities.

Those adults charged with trafficking in marijuana, all of Girard, are: Danilo Comichista, 18, of Oak Street; Matt Polinsky, 18, of Cheyenne Avenue; Mark Ragozine, 18, of Navajo Trail; David C. Miller, 25, of East Main Street; Jonathan Karabin, 19, of Maple Avenue; Zachary Diamond, 18, of East Howard St.; and Ryan Pezzuto, 18, of North Highland Avenue.

All but one of the adults were arraigned Wednesday in Girard Municipal Court; Pezzuto was arraigned today after turning himself in to Girard police. Some of the adults are students, authorities said.

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