Ex-Lowellville chief pleads to felonies, misdemeanors, can never work in law enforcement


A former Lowellville police chief pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing more than $2,500 from a home while picking up a body as a coroner’s investigator.

A plea agreement reduced a 10-count indictment against Richard Jamrozik to two felonies and four misdemeanors.

Jamrozik, 41, of Campbell, pleaded no contest to attempted aggravated assault, a felony, and obstructing official business, possessing criminal tools and domestic violence, all misdemeanors. He also pleaded guilty to felony theft in office and misdemeanor obstructing official business.

Visiting Judge Thomas J. Pokorny found Jamrozik guilty on the counts to which he pleaded no contest Thursday in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.

As a condition of the plea agreement, Jamrozik will surrender his Ohio peace officer’s training certificate which will forbid him from serving in law enforcement.

Read more about the matter in Friday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com.

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