Police Arrest 13 During Protests, 5 Remain in Jail

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — At least 13 people were arrested in connection with Sunday’s protests, according to Mahoning County Jail records. 

Between May 31 and June 1, eight people were arrested for curfew violation. Most were released and ordered to appear in court. Five people are being held with no bond.

Two people face assault charges and several resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, failure to comply, obstructing official business and various traffic offenses. 

Kasey Ann Badgley, 24, charged with  curfew violation. Released

Michael Craig Badgley, 22, charged with disorderly conduct and curfew violation. Released.

Demond Belton, 26, charged and being held in jail on charges of assault, resisting arrest, approaching public safety vehicle; emergency lights.Financial Responsibility Act, or FRA suspension (lack of insurance). Held with no bond.

Lakeisha Lynette Cotton, 29, charged with curfew violation, disorderly conduct; FRA suspension, improper display of plates. Released.

Rean Easterling, 28, charged with failure to stay in marked lanes, license forfeiture, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct. Held with no bond.

Dylan Ferraro, 24, charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest. Held with no bond.

Tasia Nichole Ford, 25, charged with resisting arrest, assault and curfew violation. Held with no bond.

Deviel M. Jones, 20, charged with obstructing official business, failure to comply with order of signal of peace officer. Released.

Roy Easterling, 27, charged with disorderly conduct, curfew violation. Released

Marcus M. Finkley, 20, charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Held with no bond.

Antwan Jones, 21, charged with curfew violation. Released.

Treyvonne Jamal Jones, 19, charged with curfew violation. Released.

Latrell Mickel, 20, charged with curfew violation and disorderly conduct. Released.

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