The Newark Advocate from Newark, Ohio on February 19, 1992 · 11
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The Advocate(llA WIRE ROUNDUP Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1992 r 11 .i. ..i i i . i. . , , , J $ "JIMMY S t Si years '-vC v.-s; A destroyed house sits along U.S. 127 near Ohio 81 Tuesday night after a tornado touched down in Van Wert County. Six persons were injured and at least five houses were damaged or destroyed, according to officials. (AP) Tornado One house destroyed, six persons treated for By The Associated Press The second spring-likp storm in a week rumbled through Ohio, destroying one house, damaging at least four others and overturning cars. Six people suffered minor injuries. A tornado was reported about 6:25 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Ohio 81 and U.S. 127, said Trooper Joe Lockery of the State Highway Patrol's Van Wert post. The intersection is about 10 miles south of Van Wert. Van Wert is about 60 miles south of Toledo. Soviet, U.S. nuclear subs WASHINGTON (AP) - In ajar-ring reminder that Cold War dangers haven't disappeared, the Navy said Tuesday that one of its nuclear-powered attack submarines collided with a Russian sub last week in the Arctic Ocean. U.S. officials said they weren't sure which vessel was at fault, but beyond the issue of blame lay a broader question: If the former Soviet Union is no longer a threat to U.S. security, why are American subs still prowling its coastline? Pentagon officials said the USS Baton Rouge, a Los Angeles-class attack submarine whose home Court report Arraignments held A man charged with an alleged rape of a 20-year-old Newark woman entered an innocent plea during arraignments Tuesday in the Licking County Justice Center. James E. Mills, 26, of 58 N. First St., remains in custody after Judge Gregory L. Frost continued a $50,000 cash bond. The woman, a west side resident, reportedly went to Mills' residence in the early morning hours of Jan. 23 to pick up some baby clothes when the rape allegedly occurred, police reports stated. Also entering innocent pleas during arraignments were: Charles L. Sillin, 18, of 295W E. Main St., charged with rape, remains in custody in lieu of $50,000 bond. Sillin is accused of an alleged rape of a 16-year-old Newark High School student, according to police reports. He allegedly forced her to go into the woods outside campus Jan. 27 and have sexual conduct with him, according to court documents. James B. Hamilton, 22, of 281 Pierson Blvd., is charged with carrying a concealed weapon, a third-degree felony. Police reportedly were called to a residence on South Westmoor regarding a fight and gunshots fired around 12:30 a.m. Jan. 30. A white Chevy Blazer said to have fled the scene was spotted a few minutes later in the area of North 21st and Moull streets, according to police reports. Police allegedly found a .38 caliber revolver and cartridges in the console of the vehicle, police said. Jlwt- , ; , 4 batters "We had high wind, rain and all kinds of stuff at once," said Trooper Darryl Edge. Some houses nearby were moved off their foundations, one house trailer was damaged and several cars were overturned, he said. The National Weather Service could not confirm that the storm was a tornado, but winds of more than 55 mph were reported, said Jesse Dean of the service's Dayton station. Six people were treated for cuts port is Norfolk, Va., was on a routine patrol in the Barents Sea at the time of the collision, but they would not discuss its mission or exact location. There was no report of nuclear contamination in the area of the accident. The Pentagon reported no apparent damage to the U.S. submarine. But Interfax, an independent news agency in Russia, reported that fragments of the U.S. sub's protective covering were found between the rails of the deck house barrier on the Russian vessel. Private U.S. analysts said it Paul Stokes, 27, of Columbus, charged with trafficking in drugs. Bond was set at $5,000 cash. Stokes is charged with an alleged Dec. 3, 1991 sale of crack cocaine to a police informant, according to court records. Keith Daniel Bennett, 25, of 10851 Hazeldale Road, charged with five counts of forgery. Bond was set at $5,000 cash. Arrested by Newark police, Bennett is accused of allegedly attempting to cash checks from a stolen checkbook on five separate occasions, according to court records. Jason L Lallathin, 19, of 50 N. Williams St., charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle. Bond was set at $10,000 cash or surety. Jeffrey Alan McVay, 30, of Columbus, charged with grand theft and a specification. He remains in custody after bond was set at $5,000. A parole holder is also in effect from Franklin County. Ruth Ann Smith, 40, of 245 E. Main St., charged with two counts of drug abuse, permitting drug abuse and endangering children. She remains in custody in lieu of $5,000 bond on each count. Bond hearings Appearing before Judge Frost for bond hearings Tuesday morning in the justice center were: Ray A Shroyer Jr., 28, of Mineral City, Ohio, is charged with a felony count of carrying a concealed weapon. He was released on his own recognizance. Pulled over on Mill Dam Road Jan. 31 by sheriff's deputies, he was arrested after a loaded handgun was allegedly found in his car. William T.J. Ross, 19, of Mar , . northern and bruises, then released from Van Wert Community Hospital, House Supervisor Mary Coplin said early today. "You don't expect tornadoes in February," she said. "They're very shook up." "Everything came crashing down and us with it," said Deloid Rickard, 57, one of the six people treated at the hospital. Rickard was watching television at home when the storm hit, blowing his van on top of his barn. A grandson's car parked outside was turned around. seemed likely the Baton Rouge was on a reconnaissance mission and some questioned the need for continued U.S. surveillance of Russian waters at a time of dramatically improved political relations. . "The question is, why are we doing this kind of operation now? The Cold War is supposed to be over," said James T. Bush, a retired Navy captain and submariner. "They really haven't adjusted to the fact that the Cold War is over." Adm. Frank B. Kelso II, the Navy's top uniformed officer as chief of naval operations, refused to ion, Ohio, charged with carrying a concealed weapon. Bond was set at $10,000 cash. He was arrested Jan. 6 after a loaded .22 caliber rifle was allegedly found under the seat of his car on Interstate 70, according to court records. Michael L. Haviland, -22, of 237 Harris Ave., Heath, is charged with two counts of trafficking in marijuana. He was arrested by Heath police Jan. 29. Haviland was released on his own recognizance. Kevin V. Fowler, 21, of Columbus, charged with trafficking in or illegal use of food stamps. Bond was set at $5,000 cash or surety. Fowler was allegedly in possession of $75 worth of food stamps when he was arrested by Newark police, according to court records. He reportedly has no authorization to have food stamps. Ricco Tabler, 19, charged with drug abuse. Bond was set at $5,000 cash or surety. Arrested by Newark police on a felony warrant out of Columbus, cocaine was allegedly found in his possession prior to being transported to the Licking County Justice Center, according to court documents. Charles E. Davis, 35, of 382 Ohio St., charged with having weapons under disability. He was released on his own recognizance. Davis is accused of allegedly purchasing a .22 caliber pistol Dec. 17 from Classic Gallery on North Fourth Street, according to court records. A prior conviction for an offense of violence domestic violence makes it against the law for Davis to possess a firearm. Ohio injuries Ralph Eversole, chief deputy of the Van Wert County Sheriffs Department, said the storm moved about three miles from the high-way intersection toward Jonestown. Officials knew of storms in the area, but had no advance warning a tornado might hit, he said. Authorities were still assessing damage early today, the sheriff's office said. The Putnam County sheriffs office reported nickel-sized hail in Miller City. Dime-sized hail was reported in Leipsic. collide discuss the incident. But he stressed that the U.S. fleet would continue to operate as usual in in' ternational waters. "The seas are free for everybody to operate in ours, theirs, everybody else's," Kelso said in an interview with the AP. "I don't think anything is going to change that. The Defense Department said that the accident occurred Feb. 11, and that it waited a week to disclose it because Secretary of State James A Baker III wanted to discuss it with Russian President Boris Yeltsin before the announcement. Thomas G. Givens, 41, of 390 Allston Ave., charged with having weapons under disability, was released on his own recognizance. Givens was arrested by Newark police and charged with purchasing a pump shotgun Nov. 18 from a local pawn shop, according to court records. Due to a prior conviction for a felony of violence aggravated assault it is against the law for him to possess a firearm, according to court records. Jesse J. Messina, 18, of 68 Union St., charged with receiving stolen property. He was released on his own recognizance. Arrested by Newark police Jan. 30, Messina is accused of allegedly being in possession of a Sharp Camcorder stolen from a Newark residence on East Main Street, according to court records. Donald Eric Lee, 35, is charged with grand theft. Bond was set at $5,000 cash or surety. He was arrested Feb. 5 by Newark police. A prior felony theft conviction from Aug. of 1990 was listed in court documents. Thomas H. Ross, 23, of 3075 Collins Road, charged with three counts of forgery and one count of theft. He was released on his own recognizance. Ross is accused of alleged forgeries of First Federal Savings and Loan checks in December, and a theft from Ursula Ulrich between Aug. 13 and Jan. 29, according to court documents. David L Ennis, 23, of Newark, charged with receiving stolen property. Bond was set at $15,000 cash. He is charged in connection with an alleged theft of property from two area elementary schools, according to sheriffs detectives. 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