Drivers Tanya A. Lewis, 44, of Bellefontaine, and Gavin T. Brown, 21, of Belle Center, and passenger Tiarra D. Lewis, 16, of Bellefontaine, each were transported by Macochee EMS to Mary Rutan Hospital for treatment of minor injuries sustained in a previously reported Friday afternoon crash.
A photo of the crash appeared in Saturday’s edition of the Examiner.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office report Tanya Lewis was operating a southbound car on U.S. Route 68 near County Road 30 about 3:35 p.m. She reportedly attempted to turn left into a parking lot and was struck by a northbound car operated by Brown.
Tiarra was a passenger in the Lewis vehicle. All occupants were wearing their seat belts. Damage was heavy to both vehicles, which were towed from the scene.
Tanya Lewis was cited for failure to yield when turning left.
Teen lodged for inducing panic
Jordan S. Tanner, 19, of Marysville, was charged with inducing panic and persistent disorderly conduct related to an incident Sunday.
Deputies were first dispatched about 11:50 a.m. to the area of U.S. 33 near the Union County line about in regard to Tanner making threats. His father reported receiving a text message from him and was concerned about his son. His father was meeting with Marysville Police Department officers and utilizing the Find my iPhone application to track his son’s phone and find his location.
Deputies were eventually able to locate Tanner in the 700 block of south Main Street in Bellefontaine. While speaking with deputies, he said he “was fine” but then reportedly lunged aggressively at a deputy.
He was placed under arrest, and officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department also arrived on the scene and assisted deputies with placing Tanner into a patrol cruiser. En route to the Logan County Jail, he reportedly struck his head against the middle divider in the vehicle.
At the jail, he was placed in a restraint chair for his safety by corrections staff.
• Cailin Pilkington, 21, of 1078 Heritage Court, Bellefontaine, was charged with disorderly conduct related to an incident Saturday in the parking lot of Benjamin Logan High School, 6609 E. State Route 47, Bellefontaine.
Deputies responded to the school about 9:30 p.m. on a report of a suspicious male and female pair who were behaving erratically.
Deputies located a vehicle in the parking lot and Pilkington and the male occupant standing nearby.
Pilkington told deputies that something in the car had “blown up” and that the door of the vehicle had fallen off. However, deputies said the doors to the vehicle were still attached and that her statements did not make sense. She also displayed uncontrollable jerking of her limbs while deputies were speaking with her.
She advised she had smoked marijuana about a month ago, but would not admit to any recent drug usage. She was placed under arrest and transported to the jail.