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Former police chief and councilwoman indicted



Published: Fri, April 5, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Staff report

YOUNGSTOWN

A Mahoning County grand jury has indicted a Craig Beach village councilwoman and fired police chief on perjury charges.

The one-count indictment was handed up Thursday against Councilwoman Wanda S. Sabol, 45, of Warchester Avenue, Lake Milton, and former village Police Chief Joseph E. Borosky, 32, of Nottingham Avenue, Austintown.

Borosky and Sabol likely will be arraigned in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court in two weeks.

The perjury charges allege the defendants lied under oath in an August 2012 disciplinary hearing when they said that a dash-cam video of a traffic stop made by Borosky contained sound, when it did not.

Sabol and Borosky, each charged with one count of perjury, remain free on their own recognizance.

In the disciplinary hearing, Borosky claimed the dialogue on the recording would have vindicated him in connection with a complaint concerning the traffic stop, Gary Van Brocklin, village solicitor, said in his opening statement. The video of that stop showed Borosky pulling a woman from her car and handcuffing her on Grandview Road in 2011.

Sabol testified she heard audio on the recording when Borosky played it for her immediately after the traffic stop; Borosky testified audio was on the recording when he transferred it to a DVD after the incident.

Village Patrolman David Adams testified Borosky asked him to determine why the dash-cam video had no accompanying audio. Adams said he determined the audio was absent because the wireless microphone Borosky wore wasn’t turned on.

Adams told VanBrocklin he didn’t delete the audio and wouldn’t have known how to delete it without deleting the video


Comments

1123goz(455 comments)posted 1 year ago

Though I think this guy is a 1st rate clown based on all the complaints about him....
Some things that could have happened.
I don't know what equipment they have but on my old home stuff, if you didn't plug in the audio cable, audio didn't transfer. Who did the transfer?
Or, is a conspiracy?
Once it is on DVD, it could have been burned a 2nd time without audio files.
It may be implied they use re-writeable discs
(wouldn’t have known how to delete it without deleting the video). Is he saying from the burned DVD or saying delete audio from the camera prior to transfer? So, can you just delete the audio files if you do know how? Did some body else know how?
Stay tuned in folks....this soap opera to be continued...

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2123goz(455 comments)posted 1 year ago

And the other theory.... he needed the audio gone so they couldn't use it. He left the cable unplugged.
Sabol says there was audio.... was that prior to transfer???

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