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Boardman woman faces charges related to OD

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

A township woman faces criminal charges after reportedly suffering a drug overdose in November.

Kimberly Ramun, 40, of Angiline Drive was arrested Monday on warrants charging her with endangering children, possessing drug-abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The charges stem from a Nov. 1 incident in which police and emergency and medical responders were called to Ramun’s home for a suspected overdose.

There, a woman reported she had found Ramun unresponsive on a bedroom floor. A 9-year-old was present at the time of the overdose.

Ramun was revived with several doses of naloxone, a medication that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

Police reported finding syringes, a burnt spoon, and medical gauze sitting on a dresser in Ramun’s bedroom.

Reached by The Vindicator on Tuesday, Ramun declined to comment.

Her arrest is the third in several days by township police for similar incidents.

Police on Friday arrested Kristina Green, 28, of Hillman Way

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/24/woman-faces-charges-after-suspected-over/

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Teen facing charges after home invasion in Plymouth

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PLYMOUTH — An 18-year-old man is in jail and more arrests are expected following a drug-related home invasion that led to shots fired in apparent self-defense Thursday morning, according to Plymouth police

Read more at: http://citizensvoice.com/news/teen-facing-charges-after-home-invasion-in-plymouth-1.2186319

D.A. says no charges in deadly attempted home invasion case – WITN

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – Onslow County’s district attorney says there will be no charges brought against a resident who shot and killed a would-be home invader earlier this week.

Stacey Ross, Jr.

Stacey Ross, Jr., 20, was killed Tuesday night after police say he and four others tried to force their way into a man’s apartment at Carolina Place Apartments on Delaney Drive in Jacksonville.

District Attorney Ernie Lee says the resident, who hasn’t been identified, fired in self defense.

Police were able to track down the other four people involved in the attempted home invasion.

Joshua Cordts, 18; Sean Padgett, 18; Steven Lewis, 18; and Haleigh Noling, 17, were all charged with attempted armed robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.


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Police say the victim in an attempted armed home invasion

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DA says no charges in deadly attempted home invasion case

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – Onslow County’s district attorney says there will be no charges brought against a resident who shot and killed a would-be home invader earlier this week.

Stacey Ross, Jr.

Stacey Ross, Jr., 20, was killed Tuesday night after police say he and four others tried to force their way into a man’s apartment at Carolina Place Apartments on Delaney Drive in Jacksonville.

District Attorney Ernie Lee says the resident, who hasn’t been identified, fired in self defense.

Police were able to track down the other four people involved in the attempted home invasion.

Joshua Cordts, 18; Sean Padgett, 18; Steven Lewis, 18; and Haleigh Noling, 17, were all charged with attempted armed robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.


Previous Story

Police say the victim in an attempted armed home invasion

Read more at: http://www.witn.com/content/news/One-person-dead-after-Jacksonville-shooting-420446463.html

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

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No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan



SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man

Read more at: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/general-news/20170412/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan

San Francisco police face no charges in death of man shot from behind

Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for the 2015 killing of a young Guatemalan immigrant who was shot from behind five times, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12in knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report.

The plainclothes detectives were in an unmarked police car when they responded on 26 February 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife. Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, according to the report. Tiffe told investigators that Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from behind

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/apr/12/san-francisco-police-shooting-amilcar-perez-lopez

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan – Austin American

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report.

Read more at: http://www.statesman.com/news/charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan/lJdK1iU4N5F4y14cSMoRMM/