Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Steven J. Woods will appear before Stow Municipal Court Judge Kim Hoover on April 12.
Steven J. Woods was released from Summit County Jail on Monday after paying 10 percent (or $10,000) of a $100,000 court bond. Bond was set during Woods' April 8 arraignment in Stow Municipal Court, according to stowmunicourt.com. The court attached a GPS unit to the child pornography suspect to track his movements. Woods is scheduled to appear before Judge Kim Hoover for a preliminary hearing April 12 at 9:15 a.m., the Stow Clerk of Courts Office reported. Woods is charged with two counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor, a second-degree felony. His case will likely be bounded over to the Summit County Court of Common Pleas following Friday's hearing as Stow Municipal Court doesn't prosecute felonies. Cuyahoga Falls police …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The charges stem from an April 15 incident where Brillhart shoved his girlfriend to the floor of their 8th Street residence, pulled a handgun and fired shots off above her head.
Kerry Brillhart, 53, of Cuyahoga Falls, pled guilty to domestic violence and discharge of a firearm on Monday in Stow Municipal Court. Judge Kim Hoover sentenced him to 60 days in jail, 50 of which were suspended, for the pair of misdemeanor charges, and required he forfeit his gun to the court, according to Stow court documents. The charges stem from an April 15 incident where Brillhart shoved his girlfriend to the floor of their 8th Street residence, pulled a handgun and fired shots off above her head. He also faced a felonious assault charge following the incident, but it was dropped due, in part, to the fact that his girlfriend didn’t sustain serious injuries during the heated domestic altercation. Brillhart’s sentence didn’t include …
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Kerry Brillhart, 53, of Cuyahoga Falls, was charged with felonious assault and domestic violence after reportedly abusing his girlfriend and firing bullets over her head.
On April 15, Kerry Brillhart, 53, of Cuyahoga Falls, allegedly shoved his girlfriend to the floor, pulled a handgun and fired shots off above her head. The victim called police to report the incident and officers arrived to the couple’s 8th Street residence shortly before 1 p.m. on Sunday, according to a Cuyahoga Falls Police report. Brillhart offered his side of the story and said he fired the gun accidentally. He was arrested and taken to Summit County Jail where he’s being held on a $20,000 cash bond. While giving her report to police, the victim complained of back pains and was taken to the emergency room of Akron General Health & Wellness Center-North in Stow, said Falls Police Lt. Dale Gramley. On Wednesday evening, Akron General …
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The garden at the courthouse serves as a means for offenders to complete public service.
The Stow Municipal Court community service garden had its first "harvest" this week. To help in the creation of the court's community service garden, The Ohio State University Master Gardener Grants Committee awarded the court with $650. Judge Kim Hoover harvested 10 cucumbers and Bailiff Beth Magelaner, who wrote the grant application for the garden, delivered the produce to the Battered Women's Shelter. Many more deliveries to follow!