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Dellick pleads not guilty, put on house arrest

Published: Sat, November 9, 2013 @ 12:10 a.m.

Judge’s son out on bond, under house arrest in case involving ex-girlfriend

By joe gorman



John Dellick, son of Mahoning County Juvenile Court Judge Theresa Dellick, pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge of aggravated menacing.

At arraignment in Youngstown Municipal Court, Magistrate Anthony Sertick upheld an agreement between city Prosecutor Dana Lantz and the attorney for John Dellick, Sam Amendolara, to set bond at 10 percent of $20,000 with house arrest.

Court records show his bond was posted shortly after his arraignment.

As a condition of his bond, the 19-year-old Dellick also is barred from contacting in any way the woman he is accused of threatening, or contact with Youngstown State University.

Dellick was arrested on a warrant Wednesday after an ex-girlfriend made a report with university police saying that Dellick had followed her to a class and threatened her. He has been in the Mahoning County jail since he was arrested on that warrant.

He has a preliminary hearing Dec. 18 before Judge Elizabeth Kobly.

When police questioned the woman Wednesday, she said she’d made an assault report with Canfield police about an incident over the summer where he had threatened her and choked her. But the woman and her family declined at that time to press charges.

John Dellick already is out on bond from Mahoning County court in a case of aggravated assault in Canfield.

On Oct. 18, Dellick was charged after his vehicle struck a car at a red light at U.S. Route 224 and Lockwood Boulevard, after the 58-year-old driver saw Dellick throw a bottle out of his car and yelled at him for littering. The man said after Dellick’s vehicle struck his car, Dellick yelled racial slurs at the man and his wife.

Shortly after that incident, Judge Dellick issued a statement saying her son was falsely accused and is innocent.

In county court, Judge Scott Hunter has recused himself, and a visiting judge was appointed to hear his case. A pretrial hearing in that case is set for Nov. 22.

YSU police also intervened in an argument the younger Dellick and his mother were having on campus Oct. 11.

Also, Dellick was a suspect in road-rage cases in Austintown and Boardman in 2012 but was never charged.


1michael1757(276 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

If he smokes the weed at home,will,or can his mother throw him out? hahahaha

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2bmanresident(597 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Will the lovely Judge Dellick release a statement proclaiming her perfect angel's innocence in this matter too? This is just too much. This schmuck should be committed to a mental hospital. It's a shame they don't still perform lobotomies.

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3southsidedave(4780 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Stay tuned....

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4kensgirl(609 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

This means he could walk out of his house and do more harm??? Can't believe it. The inmates are running the institution around here.

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5fcb(323 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Statistics show that people like this young man who are allowed to roam free almost always return to their victims and do harm to them.How many men have been jailed for beating their wife's girlfriends,ect and then after being released from jail on bond return to them and kill them.House arrest? Give me a break! This coward,woman beater isn't going to stay home.My guess is he was out last night looking for this young lady.I hope that her parents have more smarts then this mother judge and keep her out of the public until this coward is put behind bars,which might not ever happen.

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6vinglass(232 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

"And it is odd that Betras has not pounced on this so there must be something to her hiring relatives of his."
It is a matter of public record that Dellick hired Betras's brother-in-law for a $63,000 job in her court. Rumor said that this was so he wouldn't run a Democrat challenger against her. Do ya think???

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7YtownParent(325 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

The good news is he should be back in jail soon for violating his bond on the first arrest. I'm glad he's not allowed on YSU's campus, eventhough it means I'll probably be stopped with more frequency because I have the misfortune of looking like him.

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8ytown67(22 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Yes Mr. Dellick is innocent until proven guilty as ea and every one of us would be if in the same situation. Just because someone says something happened is not enough, we are all entitled to due process of law. Now if he is found guilty he should be punished as he has a serious problem.

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9bumslife(28 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Yes, several of you raise the interesting point of him being arrested while out on bond on other charges. ANY of us without a family judge in the tree would have been held without bond after it was revoked for the new arrest. I seriously doubt we will see his bond (old or new) revoked due to the nepotism involved. Nice...

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10keugene(21 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

this kid is getting preferential treatment because his mother is a judge.....if this were some poor, schlub, from a low income famiy.....they would be in jail.....

But mama is a judge and god forbid her crazy son who has problems....gets punished......if i ran into him, i would kick his ass and dare someone to send me to jail..

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11rickiejo(8 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

for sure, if it was a southside kid or one from campbell or struthers, he would be in jjc. maybe had the good judge focused on raising him instead of her stellar career, he may have been different. the kid sure is angry. one thing for sure, he is going to bully the wrong person someday. what a waste of youth. grow up, kid, before it's too late to make changes.

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12rickiejo(8 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

as said, we again see the corruption of the 'machine' in the valley. he's had numerous run-ins with the law, is awaiting his day in court on the first charge, but is out on bail for this. i don't get it. judge, the laws you were sworn to uphold have been twisted and contorted with your influence and blessing. hang your head, as justice for some is different than justice for all in this area.

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13rickiejo(8 comments)posted 10 months, 3 weeks ago

i stand corrected on the jjc comment. he should have been in the county lockup. he's over 18, at least physically.

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