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Crime resurfaces at ex-Colonial Motel



Published: Thu, February 18, 2010 @ 8:16 p.m.

CANFIELD — Just one week after the former Canfield Colonial Motel was reopened as a monastery and outreach facility, two people were arrested there on drug-trafficking and prostitution charges.

The Mahoning County Sheriff’s office, with the help of the Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force and Canfield Police Department, arrested Jenny “Sierra” Dove, 31, and Greg Senediak, 34, both of Austintown, on Tuesday at the motel, 7815 Akron Canfield Road.

Detective Lenny Sliwinski, of the sheriff’s office, said the departments began investigating Dove and Senediak last week after a confidential informant called Canfield police with a tip that the two were selling drugs and soliciting sex from their motel room.

“We went in [Tuesday] and did a couple of undercover buys,” Sliwinski said.

Dove was charged with trafficking in drugs and soliciting prostitution after selling Xanax pills to an undercover officer and also offering him oral sex for money, according to the report. She is scheduled for a preliminary hearing today in Mahoning County Area Court, Canfield.

Senediak was charged with trafficking in drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia after he attempted to sell Xanax pills to a different undercover officer outside the motel, according to a Canfield police report. He will appear in Mahoning County Area Court, Canfield, on March 19 for a preliminary hearing.

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Comments

1Stavrophor(9 comments)posted 4 years, 6 months ago

These so- called "monks" provided a safe
haven for felons while in Cleveland before moving to Canfield. A leopard cannot shed it's spots. These
"monks" are not what they pretend to be.

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2DontKillAnimals911(4 comments)posted 4 years, 6 months ago

Stavrophor is a deposed priest trying to make those in Canfield look bad. He is under investigation now. The incidents at the Canfield Motel now Monastery Inn are not the doings of the clergy or assistants there as it is hard to see through walls. The police do not question the motives of the clergy. Stavrophor is only trying to hurt the good work being done because he was deposed for serious crimes against Church and State.

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3Stavrophor(9 comments)posted 4 years, 5 months ago

Stavrophor was deposed from the cult for telling the truth about them. No Orthodox Church in the world regards this cult as religious or a part of the true
Orthodox Church. Therefore their actions are null and void without merit. They remain a cult and a disgrace.

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4Stavrophor(9 comments)posted 4 years, 5 months ago

Now that gambling is legal in Ohio, perhaps the "Monastery Inn" can become a Casino, as these "monks" love to be in gambling Casinos. It could be the first Syriac-Greek Antiochian Romano Byzantine Syro Russian Casino in the State of Ohio.

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5lovedalwayz(2 comments)posted 3 years, 7 months ago

this is disgusting, i dont get how a person w such a record of jenny dove only gets probation 4 these charges & the bonus is she is still on probation from boardman from 08.

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