Albert Olivio, 26, of Mansfield, was charged with two counts of driving under the influence and public drunkenness following police response to a suspicious vehicle on Wellsboro Street in Mansfield on Sept. 14 2019. Upon making contact with Olivio, it was discovered he was asleep. After waking Olivio and administering a series of tests that showed signs of impairment, a preliminary breath test was taken. The test yielded a positive result for the presence of alcohol. Olivio was placed under arrest and transported to the Mansfield University Police Department where a breath test was administered which came back with a certified result of .157%. A preliminary hearing scheduled for March 11.
Aubrey Sangpoi Troy, 28, of Elmira Heights, N.Y. was charged with retail theft following police response to a reported theft at Wal-Mart in Richmond Township Jan. 22. When police arrived at the scene, Troy had already left in an automobile. Police spoke with an asset prevention employee who said that Troy had left the store with a black backpack filled with $490.00 worth of miscellaneous items. Video surveillance of Troy’s interaction with Wal-Mart employees was obtained. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 25.
Jarrell Anthony Patton, 20, of Philadelphia, was charged with possession of marijuana following a police investigation on Feb. 3 in Mansfield. Police observed a Toyota Camry parked and running in a parking lot at Mansfield University. When police stopped and made contact with the driver, the odor of marijuana was detected coming from the vehicle. When asked about the odor, Patton admitted there was marijuana residue inside the vehicle. Police conducted a search of the vehicle and discovered 42.3 grams of marijuana, 37 unopened cigar packages, a digital scale and five black and clear packages with marijuana residue. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 11.
Michael Alan Campbell, 28, of Canton, was charged with theft, receiving stolen property, and unauthorized use of an automobile following a reported theft in Union Township, Feb. 10. The victim reported that a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado had been stolen from the Ogdensburg Church parking lot by Campbell, who had been in a church meeting and reportedly stepped out for air before the vehicle was taken. Another vehicle, a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado with a Texas license plate, was observed in the parking lot. Investigation revealed that this vehicle was reported stolen out of Missouri. The next day, a pastor at the Ogdensburg Church informed the victim that the stolen truck had been returned. Police found Campbell on Back Road in Union Township and placed him in custody. Campbell was interviewed by police at the station and admitted to stealing the pickup truck from Missouri before Christmas as well as the taking the truck from the church. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Feb. 19.