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John M. Richards, fugitive from justice (Ohio) on 7/12/02 by State Police, arrested, bonded $50,000 cash, released before preliminary hearing on 7/22/02.

Andrew T. Conte, fugitive from justice on 7/9/02 by Deputy Sheriff Carl Ballengee, arrested, bonded $20,000 cash, Circuit Court 7/10/02.


Helen J. Mace, failure to yield right of way on 5/13/02 by State Police, bench trial set for 7/25/02 at 1:30 p.m.

Conni Schoolcraft, battery on 7/14/02 by State Police, summons date 8/01/02.


Pat Starkey, No operators (dropped) and no MVI on 7/13/02 by Calhoun Sheriff, no contest, fined $5 and $115 cost.

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