|Two for Tuesday|
|News - News Blog|
|Written by Dani Schwinn|
|Tuesday, 19 June 2012 00:00|
Today is "Garfield the cat day" and two sotries for the day are...
Airport passenger made trouble
Dan Jovic Fox 8- A woman bound for Cleveland was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery after allegedly groping a TSA agent. Video of the incident surfaced this week and according to ABC-7.com, airline passenger Carol Price, of Bonita Springs, Florida, was arrested for the altercation that occurred on April 20, 2012. Price, a former TSA agent, became irate after feeling she was allegedly groped as she passed through security. Price was bound for Cleveland, before making her way to Cincinnati for a funeral. Price was caught on video turning to the TSA Supervisor at the security check-point and allegedly groping the woman in the same fashion that she felt she had been touched. Price has pleaded not guilty to the charges, according to the ABC-7.com report.
Man arrested for making meth in Mentor Walmart
Dan Jovic 8- A Perry man was arrested on Sunday evening for allegedly making methamphetamine inside a Walmart store in Mentor. Mentor Police Lt. Ken Zbiegien tells Fox 8 News that James Richardson, 37, was spotted by store security around 5:30 p.m. on June 17th. Security witnessed Richardson placing ingredients in his shopping cart that are common in the production of meth. According to Zbiegien, Richardson then combined the ingredients in a salt shaker he had taken off a store shelve and began shaking the container. Zbiegien says that Richardson was using a common method to make meth known as ‘shake-and-bake’. Police refer to the method as ‘one-pot’ meth cooking. Richardson was arrested as he attempted to walk from the store with the drug. He was charged on counts of illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine and theft. Zbiegien says Richardson has five previous felony drug convictions. He remains housed in the Lake County jail on a $75,000 bond. Richardson is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing on June 25th.