Teens charged with resisting arrest

Three teens were arrested Sunday afternoon after a resident saw them peering through a home’s window and they later led police on a footchase, police said.
Sandusky Register Staff
Feb 18, 2014

Mareion Ross, 18, 500 block E. Adams St.; boy, 13, 1300 block W. Madison St.; and boy, 17, Akron, were all charged with criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

A resident in the 500 block of E. Washington St. spotted the group looking in the front window of a nearby home at about 1 p.m. Sunday, according to a Sandusky police report. When officers arrived, they found the trio in the home’s front yard, prompting all three teens to bolt.

One boy was located the next street over, while another was found a short while later at Reese and Warren streets. Ross was found hiding in a Warren Street bush, then ran from officers a second time after being ordered out at gunpoint, the report said.

When Ross was finally detained at Jefferson and Perry streets, he said the home in question was his sister’s. She later told police Ross has stolen from her in the past, knew she wasn’t home and was not welcome at her residence, the report said.

The boys were taken to the Erie County Detention Home, while Ross was handed over to Erie County deputies on an outstanding warrant.

Comments

sandtown born a...

Probably just a few misunderstood youths, I'm sure they are church going upstanding kids, YEAH RIGHT

AEversole

Church , I don't get what that has to do with it. Nothing was taken and the house wasn't broken in to. So all they did was run from the cops?? I use to take my mini bike up to the highway patrol and get them to chase me on a regular basis when I was 13, and I turned out just fine. I never broke into , or stole anything but it seems like these older boys are way to old to be with a 7 the grader.