Man fined in death of deerÂ
A Spencer resident won`t be hunting this season – or the next two, for that matter – after being convicted of multiple state wildlife violations, according to the Ohio Division of Wildlife.
Brian Zoldock, 40, was found guilty Friday of four misdemeanor counts of illegally killing a deer. Zoldock and his two young sons were driving when he shot a deer from his truck with a 30-30 rifle, according to court paperwork. The deer was in a private field.
Officials say Zoldock fled but returned later to claim his prize. Two state wildlife officers were waiting for him.
Oberlin Municipal Court Judge Thomas A. Januzzi ordered Zoldock to pay $1,575 in fines, restitution and court costs and revoked his hunting license for three years.
The rifle used to poach the deer was confiscated.
A 60-day jail sentence was suspended pending no further violations in the next three years.
Police: Would-be robber arrested
LORAIN – A would-be robber was arrested Monday night a short distance from the bar where he tried to pull a stick-up, according to police.
Robert L. Fox, 38, of Lorain, was charged with robbery and was taken to the county jail on $15,000 bond.
Fox walked into Galleon Bar on West Erie Avenue around 11:15 p.m., pushed Matthew Wagner, 54, of Amherst, against the wall and told him to give him all of his money, police said.
Wagner said Fox shoved something into his side and told him it was a gun, but Wagner thought it was just his fist and reached for the phone, the report said.
Fox ran out and was arrested a minutes later, the report said.
Teen cited for domestic violence
ELYRIA – A 16-year-old boy was cited for domestic violence at 9:20 p.m. Sunday after he tried to crash a vehicle with his girlfriend inside, according to a police report.
Eric Coward, 35, of Elyria, said the boy almost crashed the truck that Coward`s daughter was driving, jerking the steering wheel several times, the report said.
Coward also said the teen threatened him physically during a tantrum in Coward`s house, the report said.The boy was taken to the city jail and then to the county detention home.