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Disorderly conduct charge filed


Pedro D. Gonzalez, 40, of 4758 Napoleon St., Huntsville, was charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication early Sunday morning after incidents at his home and at Chippewa.

Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to his residence about 2:50 a.m. in reference to an intoxicated male subject who was causing problems and making threats toward other residents.

Earlier that evening, deputies had responded to a Chippewa-area residence where Mr. Gonzalez also was causing problems. At that time, the defendant was given a ride home by a deputy.

When deputies arrived at his residence several hours later, he struggled with deputies briefly when he was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Logan County Jail.

• James D. Perk, 19, of 11204 County Road 60, Lewistown, was charged with criminal damaging Friday morning after an incident at his residence.

His family members called the sheriff’s office about 9:20 a.m. to report that Mr. Perk was outside yelling while walking in the middle of the road near his home and was making threats. He also broke out a window at the home.

When deputies located Mr. Perk, he said that he became upset that day and left the house. He was transported to the Logan County Jail.

Investigation concluded for C.R. 13 crash

Sean C. Brisson, 108 N. Springhill St., Bellefontaine, was cited for failure to comply, reckless operation, failure to control and fictitious registration relating to a crash Sept. 29 on County Road 13 near County Road 31.

Deputies report Mr. Brisson was operating a westbound car at a high rate of speed on County Road 13 near County Road 31 when the vehicle went off the left side of the road and overturned several times in a field.

The driver was transported by medical helicopter to Grant Medical Center in Columbus, and his passenger, Michael B. Brenner, 19, of Bellefontaine, was transported by Bellefontaine squad to Mary Rutan Hospital, as previously reported.



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