EAST LIVERPOOL — Town’s former safety-service director and his two brothers had been arraigned Thursday in East Liverpool Municipal Court docket on home violence expenses.
Brian S. Allen, David W. Allen and Daniel H. Allen turned themselves in Thursday on home violence expenses and made their preliminary courtroom appearances earlier than East Liverpool Municipal Court docket Visiting Choose Mark Frost.
Protection legal professional Joe King is representing the boys, who’re accused of “knowingly” inflicting or making an attempt to trigger bodily hurt to their nephew Dillon Allen on Feb 24 throughout an incident on Garfield Avenue.
Brian S. Allen served as safety-service director for then-Mayor Ryan Stovall.
East Liverpool patrolman Chris Inexperienced is on paid administrative go away because of questions stemming the decision’s investigation.
Each David W. Allen and Daniel H. Allen are out on recognizance bond, awaiting their subsequent courtroom look at 10:30 a.m. April 13. Nonetheless, Brian S. Allen needed to submit $250 or a ten p.c bond pending his pretrial for a similar date and time. There was no rationalization within the on-line courtroom docket for the distinction in bond necessities.
The three males aren’t allowed to have contact with Dillon Allen or to own a firearm or ammunition as a part of their bond, in keeping with Choose Frost.
If convicted of the first-degree misdemeanor, every man faces as much as a $1,000 superb and 6 months within the county jail.
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