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Struthers cop on paid leave after domestic violence charge

Published: Thu, June 17, 2010 @ 12:08 a.m.

By Jeanne Starmack



A city patrol officer will appear soon in court on a charge of domestic violence, court officials said Wednesday.

Richard Craig, 33, is on paid administrative leave after the complaint, which was filed by his wife May 13, said Police Chief Roy Roddy.

Craig was arraigned May 13 and pleaded innocent, according to the court. He is free on his own recognizance.

A court date has not been set for him on the charge, a fourth-degree misdemeanor.

Municipal Court Judge James Lanzo has recused himself from the case and has requested that the Supreme Court appoint another judge to hear it.

Craig’s wife arrived at the police station at 4:07 a.m. May 13 with her father to file the complaint, the police report says.

Craig is not accused of physically harming his wife.

Craig’s wife told police that her husband had been drinking since 1 p.m. the previous day.

Arguments over family matters began during the day and, after 9 p.m., began to arise again, the report says.

The report says Craig screamed at his wife and kicked furniture. He threatened to kill members of her family with his AK-47, she told police, and he indicated he “would do it in front of her so she would have to watch it.”

Craig’s wife left the house and went to a relative’s, where her husband contacted her on her cell phone and threatened to “put a bullet in [the relative’s] head,” the report says.

Eventually, her parents arrived, and her father told her to go to the police to get help in taking her three children out of the house, the report said.

She told police that Craig keeps an AK-47 with four loaded clips and a rifle or shotgun with ammunition nearby in the bedroom, and a St. Bernard that doesn’t like strangers was loose in the house.

Four officers, including the canine officer, went with her to the house to remove the children.

Craig slept through their arrival, and the children were removed, the report says.


1palbubba(811 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Wonder why violence and criminal activity is so prevalent in the valley? Read this article and then ask, if this is what the law enforcement people do, what do the citizens do? Oh yeah, paid leave is another way of saying paid vacation. Hum break the law get rewarded.

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2foxyglo(372 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

So much for officers of protection, don't marry a police officer.What i don't ubderstand is when a police officer does wrong, why do they get paid leave or a desk job. WRONG is WRONG. BUT YET AND STILL THEY GO AND ARREST CITIZENS WHO DO THE SAME THING,WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE.

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3imthatgirl(5 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

This man is a complete waste of space. Not only is he a horrible cop but also a absent father to his first wife and his three children. He's arrogant, cocky and a cheater, has a temper and he is completely a poor human being. He has a history of violence and negleting his most important duty as a father. If you get on his bad side he will harass you whenever he gets a chance. I'm glad karma finally found a way to catch up to Officer Craig. Perhaps now his current wife will listen to his first wife and perhaps aplogize for being a homewrecker and taking a father off his children. Hopefully all the children will be able to wash down the embarassment thier donor has caused. Struthers fire him!!

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4Lark(9 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Will the new police chief and mayor fire him...or will he enter a 30 day alcohol rehab program?
I'll pick the rehab program.

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5BiggD357(9 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

If this were just your average citizen that person would probaly be charged with domestic violence, making terroistic threats and a number of other things, but since it's "one of our finest" a slap on the hand should be in order. What a CROCK!

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6Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

What a useless piece of human flesh. Especially with his children around.

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7CityDweller705(16 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

BiggD ... he WAS charged with Domestic Violence. The cops did their job. Whatever happens now is up to the courts, not the cops. If he gets a "slap on the hand" blame the judge.

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8Rokscout(310 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

@citydweller: Good job on pointing out what shouldn't have to be pointed out. That is a programmed response to any article about a cop that is in trouble. "If that had been you or me"...some folks apparently skip right to the comment section without reading the article. Oh and lets not forget that since he may have committed a crime that it for sure means that every cop out there is a criminal. Of course if it wasn't a cop, there would be the standard comments referencing the fact that all it takes is for a woman to accuse a man of domestic violence and he has a good chance of getting arrested and having to prove his innocence. BUT....it's a cop, so that makes him guilty I suppose. I see an awful lot of whining about due process in these forums, but that sentiment appears to be suspended in matters concerning police officers.

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9JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

What was left out was the fact that Struthers Police had responded to their house the night before.

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10JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

So my question is who were the officers that responded to this call the night before when all of this allegedly took place. And why didnt they place him under arrest at that time. State law says they should have additionally with agg.menacing charges of a threat to shoot someone.

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11CityDweller705(16 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

JD ... read your revised code. Making threats toward a family or household member is a LESSER included offense. Making those threats IS why he as charged with Domestic Violence. Also, you do not know what the officers were told the night before because you weren't there. If you are that interested in why no arrest was made that night I suggest that you take advantage of the Public Records law and go get a copy of the report. Then you can make INTELLIGENT comments.

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12Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago


"Craig’s wife arrived at the police station at 4:07 a.m. May 13 with her father to file the complaint, the police report says."

They never were called to the house. She went down to the station.

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13JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago


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14JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

I believe that the revised code does not cover under d.v. extended family members that do not live together. This would be the agg.menacing charge for any extended family that does not live with the person.

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15JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

I'll retract the agg.menacing comment and say that on that part of the threat he would have been in violation of violation of division (C) of the D.V. section which is a misdemeanor of the fourth degree. All of this evidence of violence. If he was intoxicated and these D.V. threats I'm not sure why they wouldn't have taken him into custody that night so he wouldn't hurt someone or himself. Why did the arrest come later. Just very puzzling. Sounds like someone is covering their backside on what should have been done when the kids were removed.

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16Rokscout(310 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Because if it is under the threats section, they can't just arrest him. She has to be willing to swear to charges, then have a warrant issued. Which is probably what happened, and why there was a delay. Please stop assuming the police just do everything wrong. Everything has an order that it must be handled in to protect everyone involved.

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17JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

She came to the station. Sign the D.V. when she is there the first time like any other citizen. Not pull an uh-oh and call her down hours later to sign the d.v. papers. "Everything has an order that it must be handled in to protect everyone involved. " . I don't believe police do everything wrong. I think some higher up the food chain caught this and corrected the officer in charge's mishandling. Thats all I have to say as I dont want to come off as bashing the police. It was just this initial contact probably should have been handled differently.

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18Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago


Chill dude. No need for caps, just reading what the article said, that's all bud, no biggie, nowhere did it say this happened the night before.

"Eventually, her parents arrived, and her father told her to go to the police to get help in taking her three children out of the house, the report said."

Don't need to get the blood pressure up....

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19CityDweller705(16 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

sounds to me like everyone EXCEPT michaelmatthewgabrielsr did something wrong.

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20Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago


"jd... nowhere did it say it happened the night before???
this happened on may 13 2010 and it didnt make the news until one month later... i wonder why the news people did not have access to this information about craig from the beginning...

i made a mistake by directing part of my previous statement to jd... it should have been directed to lifes2short..."

?????? Directed to what? From what I read there is no mention of the police going to his house? Even last month? Not sure why your directing you comment to me? Amazing.

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21JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

It says right in the story.

Four officers, including the canine officer, went with her to the house to remove the children.

Craig slept through their arrival, and the children were removed, the report says.

- now the D.V. affidavit should have been signed and the arrest should have taken place, all weapons should have been removed by a responsible party before the officers left. Instead they left the drunk sleeping. Oh I know that will be the new getaway for a suspect. "Officers did not arrest the suspect as the suspect was passed out drunk on his bed". What the he** is that?

sorry for the earlier post with the caps on. Doing some other work forgot that was left on.

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22JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Ohio has it too. Most all states have this now.

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23me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

I just dont see how this would be DV. Never once did he threaten or strike his wife. All he did was threaten his wife's parents. Im sure that 99% of the people in this country have threatened to harm someone in their lives, and what .01% have been arrest for it?

And to those that think police officers should be held to a higher standard... blank you! They are people like everyone else. They put their pants on like everyone else...not rebots. They make mistakes to.

For the girl that posted hes a bad father. You are truely mistaken and telling lies. You truely make me sick. This man would do anything and everything for his children. He has fought for them in court, given them anything they want and need. Shame on you!!!

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24me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Well considering it happened around 4am in the morning I highly doubt the kids were up.

Come on now they are no different than us. If they should be held to a higher standard then why make them pay taxes like every other common person. We should have common people carrying them around on their shoulders through the streets.

If you feel that everyone that speaks a threat should be arrested...then every person in the world would have spent time in jail. LOL! The next time I hear a mother or father say "I would kill someone if someone touched my child", I will be calling the police department to pursue charges.'

Some of the people on here have no clue whats going on in his life and what hes dealing with. Some people just make up flat out lies and people for some reason beleive these fraudulant posters. my my

Like one other person said...if it was some common citizen most people on here would be defending him.

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25JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Craig’s wife told police that her husband had been drinking since 1 p.m. the previous day.

Arguments over family matters began during the day and, after 9 p.m., began to arise again, the report says.Craig’s wife left the house and went to a relative’s, where her husband contacted her on her cell phone and threatened to “put a bullet in [the relative’s] head,” the report says.

Eventually, her parents arrived, and her father told her to go to the police to get help in taking her three children out of the house, the report said.

It appears in the report she left the kids with him even though he was drunk. She later went to the PD to get help in retrieving them @ 4.07am.
These poor kids are getting screwed all the way around. What mother would have left them with that kind of person and then with how he acted and later passed out drunk on his bed. These kids are going to need help.

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26me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Gabreil Sr,

Lets get something straight here. I dont listen to anything you have to say on here, and dont waste my time reading your silly posts. Its hard to believe someone that raises a theif of a son. Officer Craig is a good man and great officer. He has arrested murders and rapists. He deals with the filth in our city which you have first hand knowledge of. He made a stupid mistake which Im sure he would never do it again. This mistake is one we all have made in our pasts. So I for one forgive him, and cant wait for him to be protecting the streets of Struthers again.

Of course you wouldnt want him having a gun...what criminal does? You not liking him makes me like him that much more.

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27joesmoe(48 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

He was charged like anyone else. For everyone who says cops are treated different lets look at this, if a regular person was arrested they would be able to post bond, go home and go to work. no one would be screaming for them to lose their job but you want this cop to lose his only after being charged. We are all innocent until proven guilty no matter what. Its a cornerstone of our society. As for Gabriel, give it a rest you had your day in court and was found guilty, you should have appealed the decision or filed a complaint with the state bar against your attorney if you felt he did a bad job.

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28Nunya(1356 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

This is very disturbing,..

It's great no one was physically injured and no one can say for absolute certain if he communicated the absolutely horrible threats being contended or not.

However, for him to have all those kinds of personal weapons is more than a red flag. Then to be a drinker atop it is cause for more than concern in and of itself as well.

In domestic disputes one's social character and demeanor can and often does differ from what others are exposed to.

Where in that regard to amicably settle this it's without question the intervention of relinquishing those weapons and counseling is certainly a must.

Where you'd love for the family to stay together. However, if such an impasse and personal conduct is displayed and refused to cease.

For the safety of all involved there needs to be a separation and the officer needs to have all the clinical assistance he needs.

He has a stressful job but there's no place nor acceptance for such to be ignored nor unassisted.

Communicating threats is routinely what gets people killed and that has to be addressed, assessed and sensibly brought to a halt.

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29woolyd(579 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Michael Gabriel some peolpe on this page feel all cops are perfect and would never violate a citizen or make a wrongful arrest. Its sad but many feel they are above the law and many citizens do as well which is why so many officers are committing crimes and being exhonerated. When we realize these are humans and can be corrupt then and only then willl we be able to stop the corruption.

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3044509resident(46 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

well we know whose side he was on when he went out to domestic violence scenes.. smh... dont know who worse him or the 2 ytown cops!

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31Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago


I've been thrown around and slammed around by cops numerous times, was I assaulted, of course. Did I do anything to deserve it, nope not in my mind. But when it boils down I was wrong for putting myself in that position.
A cop is not going to single you out especially in front of people, for no reason. Obviously you did something wrong and now you have to accept it. And using your arthritis isn't going to change nothing. I used my bi-polar without meds. Only a excuse. Next time stay out of the way and you wouldn't be in the position your in. Common Sense.

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32ohdrama0901(53 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Not a Struther cop....oh no Struthers cop? Are you sure he wasn't from the Eastside or Southside of Youngstown? Oh boy, I wonder where he learned that behavior from?

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33YTownBred(30 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Sad, sad, sad...Nothing will happen to this officer. Nothing rarely ever happens to officers who break the law. I mean rare as Haley's Comet! He will protected by the shield and receive a slap on the wrist.

The simple fact is, he never hit her, and he didn't destroy any property. He communicated a threat and scarred his wife and her family in a drunken rage.

Hell, let it had been me and my wife arguing...all I had to do was be too loud and i'd be locked up with no bail facing life!!!
Check public records, Officer Craig does have a couple complaints. But, If he gets through this unscathed, he needs to take some time off for counseling and family. Being an officer of the Law is a mental and emotionally draining job, get him some help.

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34Rokscout(310 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

"Hell, let it had been me and my wife arguing...all I had to do was be too loud and i'd be locked up with no bail facing life!!!"

Boy, the penalties for everyone else sure seem stiff! These cops don't get any punishment ever I tell you. I mean ask the author of the above comment, he would get LIFE for being loud.
I think all comment threads should be limited to just ONE "if that had been you or me" comment. It's flawed logic and idiotic cop bashing with no merit.

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35JD010101(137 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

mr wildes stated to officer craig that the city was going to put him on sick leave and mr wildes wanted to know if craig had any sick time... craig stated no he did not and mr wildes replied that craig should not worry that the city would take care of it...

Wow. It is pretty specific in area departments policy on the use of sick leave. I dont see how this could be a justifiable use until after his trial and if found innocent and ordered to anger management classes and psych eval prior to return to full duty. I think it would be on the City's behalf and Officer Craig's, a fraudulent and misuse of earned sick time that the citizens of the City of Struthers has paid for through taxes.

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36PXGhost(51 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

@Rokscout - Nobel defensive behavior, however broadly misguided.

If someone is hired as a cook, then doesn't cook, they get fired.

When someone is hired as an officer of the law, then breaks the law, they should get fired. But they don't...
They get the FOP, and there golden protective reach that lets him get paid to NOT WORK while they investigate and bring him into court. Then, if he does lose his job, an Arbitrator will be appointed who will likely give him his job back, along with any back pay.

His behavior is conduct unbecoming of an Officer of the Law. He can no longer be trusted with the responsibility of his position.

Yes, an officer should DEFINATELY be held to a much higer standard than any other person. We trust them to protect us. Should they violate that trust, even once, they are undeserving of it ever again. With great power comes great responsibility... and for that matter, great scrutiny.

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37YTownBred(30 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

@Rokscout-"It's flawed logic and idiotic cop bashing with no merit."

Sorry if your feathers got ruffled, it's called sarcasm.

It comes from seeing things like this happen too often. Not just with the YPD either! They are held to a higher standard and yet the punishment (if any)rountinely is paid absence, being a desk jockey, or just plain old swept under the rug and ignored.

I wonder what type of response you would have had if he decided to blow his entire family away before he went to sleep?

I respect the authorities and give credit where credit is due. I understand the daily sacrifices they make and that is clearly why I stated, " Being an officer of the Law is a mental and emotionally draining job".
But if your wrong and you pull some mess like he did, you should be fired and given some counseling. Otherwise you become a danger to your family and anyone you encounter in the line of duty.

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38Valleys_Voice(149 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Strip him of the badge and gun. No permit to carry a firearm, and no authority to arrest innocent people to make a name for a young punk cop like himself. Make an example of this guy, this happens far too often in our area. These guys mess with helpless innocent people but when the stuff hits the fan, they take their time and don't deal with the real law breakers.

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39Rokscout(310 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Oh good lord, these comments have just gotten out of control.

I'll check back if he is found guilty.

PXGhost: "@Rokscout - Nobel defensive behavior, however broadly misguided."

Noble, not Nobel...I'm not looking for any prizes. Just sick of the bashing. You do strike me as someone who would be loitering around the PX though. I bet you think cops get paid too much too right?

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40imthatgirl(5 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

So does anyone know when the pretrail is scheduled for?
As far as the comment being false about his ability as a father, I am not mistaken. I am talking about his three children with his first wife.. not the one's with the 2nd wife. He doesn't even see his first three children at all. This is fact, so he may be a decent father (doubtful of that) to his second set of children but not to his first set.
I'm interested in how this all plays out and also is it public record if the struthers city taxpayers will have to foot the bill for the nonexisent sick time?

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41johndoe67(5 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

LOL, there is no point in arguing with him. He is obiously dilusional and assumes that if I am a cop, I must be a bad one because I don't believe he is guilty JUST BECAUSE HE'S A COP. You see, when the only witness is the victim, more needs to be done to prove guilt/innocence.

Again, don't question my loyalties. I respond in kind when provoked. I respond to sarcasm with sarcasm, you make it personal...well then I will cease communication. I have better things to do.

AND ONCE AGAIN for those who apparently can't read. If he's guilty, then punish him, if not, leave it alone. That is all.

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42Rokscout(310 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Well Lord have mercy I was typing on a computer with serious lag so I left out a v and made a spelling error. No I'm not officer Craig, don't even know the guy. Yes I was referring to you Michael, because you clearly have a personal issue with this officer. I'm not here to defend him as AGAIN I will say: "Guilty...punish, innocent...drop it". I am here defending those who are constantly bashed and lumped together when it really is a small few who do wrong things.

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43CityDweller705(16 comments)posted 6 years ago

Gabriel, I said it before and I will say it again. You committed a crime (whether you believe you did or not), your crime was witnessed by other officers, you were placed under arrest and resisted that arrest. You went to Struthers Court and was bound over to the Mahoning County Grand Jury. They also believed that there was enough evidence that you should go to trial. A criminal trial was held and you were found guilty. YOU HAVE BEEN PROVEN to be a criminal. Officer Craig has not been proven guilty and is presumed to be innocent until such time that he has a trial, like you, and until he is proven guilty at trial, also like you. You blame the cops, you blame the defense attorneys, you blame the judges, you blame your appeals attorneys. You blame everyone but yourself and now have an axe to grind. Go grind it on somewhere where someone actually cares.

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44Trapper(2 comments)posted 6 years ago

michael mathew gabriel: you're mistake was having michael sakmar for an attorney! he's crazy and arrogant and has no idea how to do his job!

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45me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years ago


You have truely lost your mind! If I hear one more time about your medical conditions, I to will be just as delusional as you are.

You say that you have witnessed crimes that Struthers police officers have committed. Yet you did nothing to stop these so called assaults and criminal acts. I think someone needs to contact the FBI and make them aware of your statements. Hopefully you will be federally arrested! You are a criminal yourself for letting these happen.

I hope these charges against Officer Craig will be dismissed as soon as possible due to lack of evidence. When or if this happens, Gabriel will be the first one to start crying. Maybe Officer Craig will plea to something lessor. Which ever happens it will be none of yours or my business. Mike, I want to send you on field trip. You pick the court house in any city and state. Watch people take different deals to lessor charges. It happens everyday. Oh year Mike, dont worry they have handicapped ramps at every court house. You are not the victim here Mike. You should have taken the deal yourself on your criminal charge. LOL

And by the way social security dont determine people to be dissabled. Just ask the entire east and south side of Youngstown who gets the same check you do. Just a reason not to work. You seem to get out and about when Officer Craig has a court hearing. GET A JOB BUM! Quit living off of us tax payers.

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46me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years ago


I think we might have found a job you can handle with your given medical condition. You should become an english teacher. These buildings also have handicap access and parking. Good Luck buddy with your new career. Quit living off of us.

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47me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years ago

to tell me to get a job and call me a bum when i can hardly walk and feel pain in most of my joints...

They must not be to bad when you seem to find strength to stalk officer craig.

And for the social security doctor which found you to be a cripple, he to has found numerous people which are perfectly capable of working a so called cripple.

P.S. You forgot to leave a follow up comment on your own federal crimes which were a part of. Get a job.

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48me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years ago


I think you should finish school. LOL They have this new thing where you can take your classes online. Heck, you dont even have to leave your house. You can take your classes and wait for your check to arrive all in the same day. LOL I may have made a few spelling mistakes mostly because of typing in the dark. See, I dont get home until late since I have to work. You should be thanking me for sending you money. I have seen numerous spelling and grammer errors you have made. You say your "..." are to help with the flow of your comments, but tell you the truth it makes for boring reading. Im not sure if you know this, but a period is only one dot. If you want to be the vindy english teacher get your grammer straight first. Or hire someone to type your comments on my buck.

And trust me buddy, I take offense to anything you say about my spelling. I look at it this way...Im not disabled. You dont know any better, and have nothing else better to do. Just to let you know, Walmart hires your kind and will work around your schedule. All you have to do is hand out stickers. Or is that to hard? LOL LOL LOL Im sure it is though, why work when you get a check to stalk people and sit at home all day.

I just find it amazing for find the strenght to get out and about to stalk Officer Craig, but then your struggle to get out and work. But what else can I say for the youngstown area. I dont have to say anything...you prove my point without a word.

Quit being vendictive and a stalker. You are a criminal. Next time dont be stupid and take the deal. lol Oh yeah, since you cant afford your fine, Im sure the court will take monthly payments.

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49me2010(8 comments)posted 6 years ago

And by the way, accusing you of stalking officer craig is not a crime. Just a simple point of view on my part. I get that from the posts you leave on here. You even listen in on his and staff conversations. Something you have no business doing. Then posting the converstation on here. You dont see something wrong with that? Do you see something wrong with continuously calling the court to see when the next court date is? Or telling everyone to go get this police report? Come on...Your delusional! And no Im not Officer Craig. I dont even live in your area.

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50lefty83(313 comments)posted 6 years ago

take your comments somewhere else sr.this is a joke how you respond to people.get a life....

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51lefty83(313 comments)posted 6 years ago

p.s. gabe,this article has nothing to do with you.take your pity party somewhere.you need a hug or someone to talk to.call 211.open 24 hrs.

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