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Crime Violating Ohio stay home order: Man shot at barbecue among 21 arrested in Hamilton County

07:45  08 april  2020
07:45  08 april  2020 Source:   cincinnati.com

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Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a stay -at home order that directs residents to stay at home except for essential activities, such as grocery shopping or obtaining medical care. "Any individual who willfully violates the order may be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction

Mike DeWine’s “ Stay at Home ” order amid the pandemic. A dense Ohio man livestreamed a massive party while defiantly declaring “We don’t give a f–k about this coronavirus” — only to be arrested over the weekend for flouting social-distancing rules, police said.

So far, 21 people have been charged with violating Ohio's stay at home order in Hamilton County.

a police car parked in a parking lot: Workers board up Queen City Lounge on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Cincinnati. Police said Queen City Lounge had violated Governor DeWine's order banning gatherings of more than 50 people and would be boarded up after ignoring a warning to close from police. © Albert Cesare / The Enquirer Workers board up Queen City Lounge on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Cincinnati. Police said Queen City Lounge had violated Governor DeWine's order banning gatherings of more than 50 people and would be boarded up after ignoring a warning to close from police.

Some of the people charged were shooting victims.

Police charged a 37-year-old man who said he was shot in the leg Monday while at a barbecue in Roselawn Park. A 24-year-old Delhi Township man was charged with violating the order after he was shot Friday in Sedamsville while out walking at night more than three miles from his residence to conduct non-essential business, according to court records.

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Ohio man Rashaan Davis, 25, was arrested Saturday and charged with a misdemeanor for violating the stay at home orders after he filmed himself partying in a large group saying 'f**k coronavirus'. He is being held without bond at the Hamilton County Justice Center, according to WCPO.

Mike DeWine's " stay -at- home " order . Rashaan Davis, 25, was arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with a misdemeanor, according to Police documents say Davis not only violated the order issued by the state director of health requiring people to stay at home unless engaging in essential

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Some of the names of those arrested on the charge of violations prohibited, a first-degree misdemeanor, have already made headlines.

Rashaan Davis was arrested after narrating a "We don't give a f*** about this coronavirus" video Friday.

Eric Chapel, 31, of Westwood, was charged after he was accused of keeping the Queen City Lounge open for a "private party" on March 16 in defiance of state orders. Police had the lounge boarded up the next day.

The address of a man arrested Monday in Reading was that of a Queensgate homeless shelter.

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With millions ordered to stay home in the D.C. region, police are stressing education, not enforcement. In Fairfax County , officials said 52 resource officers for the now-closed schools have been redeployed to handle complaints about stay -at- home order violations and other minor issues

How Cincinnati, Hamilton County officials will enforce Ohio stay -at- home order . Mike DeWine said Sunday that violating the order is a second-degree misdemeanor and can be enforced by “I think this stay -at- home order does have a very different tone than what we’ve seen in the past, which has

All the people listed were arrested on the charge of violating the stay at home order. Each person is at home awaiting trial unless otherwise noted.

  • Jason Harris, 37, of Golf Manor admitted he attended a barbecue in Roselawn Park on April 6, according to court documents. Police came in contact with Harris because he was "shot in the leg by an unknown subject" while attending the event. He posted 10% of a $1,000 bond and was released from jail.
  • Dustin Miller, 24, of Delhi Township was shot April 3 while out walking at night in the 600-block of Delhi Avenue in Sedamsville. He was conducting non-essential business at an address more than three miles from his home, according to court records.
  • Rashaan Davis, 26, of Clifton Heights is accused of inciting an illegal gathering in Over-the-Rhine on April 4. Video of the incident showed dozens of people outside near Liberty Street. Davis is also charged with inciting violence, a felony. He is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $350,000 bond.
  • Eric Chapel, 31, of Westwood is accused of keeping the Queen City Lounge open for a "private party" on March 16 despite the state orders.
  • Brian Osgood, 29, of North College Hill, was arrested April 7 and accused of taking the security cameras out of operation at Lake Nina Restaurant by knocking them down on March 29. He was charged criminal damaging or endanger and violating the stay at home order.
  • Douglas Hallock, 50, of Fort Mitchell, was arrested April 7 and accused of crossing the double-yellow line in Lockland and crashing into another vehicle head-on in the 100-block of North Wayne Avenue, according to court documents.
  • Deohn Williams, 27, of Forest Park was arrested April 7 and accused of appearing to brandish a gun at a citizen shortly before 11 a.m. in East Price Hill. He discarded a loaded Taurus 9mm handgun when police approached, according to court documents. Tossing the gun caused "multiple officers to assist with the arrest potentially exposing officers to danger concerning the COVID-19 pandemic," stated court records. Williams has an extensive violent criminal history that prohibits him from carrying a gun, according to court records.
  • George Sanks, 27, of the West End, was arrested April 7 and accused of violating the order based on statements he made to police while being interviewed.
  • Matthew Brinker, 40, of Reading, was arrested April 6 on drug possession charges. He was accused of loitering outside a closed business and driving a pickup truck while on multiple license suspensions.
  • Garrett Penn, 34, whose listed address in court records is a homeless shelter in Queensgate, was arrested April 6 and accused of entering a convenience store in the 9200-block of Reading Road where he was banned from entering in July 2019. Police said he was arrested for trying to enter the same store two other times in the last week since March 29.
  • Steven Holmes, 21, of Elmwood Place was arrested March 24 and accused of fleeing from police officers conducting a felony drug investigation. Holmes also faces drug charges. He is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $31,400 bond.

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  • Tequan Freeman, 22, of Bond Hill is accused of abandoning a stolen vehicle and evading police on March 25. Freeman is also charged with obstructing official business.

  • Christopher Tolliver, 19, of Mount Auburn is accused of fleeing from police on March 30 after he abandoned a stolen car while carrying a handgun. He is also facing charges of obstruction official business as well as drug and weapons charges.

  • Blake Clark, 34, of Mount Auburn is accused of fleeing from a crash on March 31. He is also facing traffic and drug charges.

a police car parked on the side of a building: Cars drive under a sign asking for people to stay home to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus on U.S. 50 near downtown Cincinnati on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. © Albert Cesare / The Enquirer Cars drive under a sign asking for people to stay home to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus on U.S. 50 near downtown Cincinnati on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
  • Joshua Bronson, 39, of Felicity is accused of fleeing from a crash on March 31. He also faces drug charges.
  • Rehah Nixson, 21, of Bond Hill is accused of stealing items from a Norwood Kroger on March 30 before fleeing from police. She is also charged with theft and obstructing official business.

  • Andrew Bik, 62, of Norwood is accused of trespassing on the property of MadTree Brewing in Oakley on March 31 and then breaking bottles and other property there. He is also charged with criminal damaging.

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  • Michael Buttram, 42, of Cheviot is accused of possessing drugs on April 3 when police said he was found slumped over the wheel of his vehicle. He also faces drug charges.

  • Keyshawn Lee, 23, of Springfield Township is accused of running from a traffic crash on April 2. He is also charged with obstructing official business.

  • Aaron Matthews, 20, of Forest Park is accused of breaking into a Metro PCS store on April 4. He is also charged with breaking and entering.

  • Charles Kelly Jr., 21, of Kennedy Heights is accused of illegally carrying a weapon and marijuana while he drove to a store. He is facing drug and weapons charges.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Violating Ohio stay home order: Man shot at barbecue among 21 arrested in Hamilton County

Two people arrested in stealing from Brunswick Giant Eagle, violating stay-at-home order, police say .
Two people are accused of stealing from Giant Eagle during the state’s stay-at-home coronavirus order, police say. The two shoplifting suspects’ names have not been released in the incident that happened Thursday at the grocery store on Center Road just west of Interstate 71, according to a statement from Brunswick police. Police received a call that two people were stealing from the store. The pair walked out and sat inside of a car in the parking lot with stolen items, police said. Police did not say exactly what the two stole. It is not clear when the two will appear for their first court appearance.

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