David A. Dougherty, 41, of Cuyahoga Falls, has already pled not guilty to one of the charges.
- POLICE & FIRE
- John Deike
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The case against pipe bomb suspect David A. Dougherty only seems to be getting stronger as Cuyahoga Falls Police hit him with additional felony counts and charges this week. Dougherty, 41, of Cuyahoga Falls, now faces two counts of possession of criminal tools, trafficking in drugs, weapons while under disability and three counts of possession of dangerous ordnance (explosives), according to stowmunicourt.com. He is also charged with illegal manufacturing of drugs, a fourth-degree misdemeanor; after police found a suspected marijuana grow operation in his residence. On Tuesday, Dougherty pled not guilty to the marijuana charge during an arraignment at Stow Municipal Court. Regarding the felonies, Dougherty will be prosecuted either in …
David A. Dougherty, 41, of Cuyahoga Falls, faces two felony charges in connection with Saturday's pipe bomb seizure on Washington Ave.
David A. Dougherty, 41, of Cuyahoga Falls, was arrested Saturday after the Summit County Bomb Squad found five pipe bombs and bomb making materials in his home, located at 1116 Washington Ave. Dougherty was charged with unlawful possession of dangerous ordnance, a fifth-degree Felony; and illegal manufacturing or processing explosives, a second-degree felony, according to Cuyahoga Falls Police Lt. Steve Guldeman. On Oct. 20 at 2:30 p.m., Cuyahoga Falls Fire and EMS requested backup when Dougherty resisted paramedics that had entered his home to treat him for a medical emergency. As Cuyahoga Falls Police officers arrived, paramedics informed them of the makeshift explosives, said Guldeman. Summit County sheriffs, the Summit County Bomb …