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East Liverpool

August 7, 2014
The Review

A vehicle was stopped by officers after the driver failed to use a turn signal turning from Maryland Avenue onto Pennsylvania Avenue and for having no license plate light and a missing tail light. As the officer approached, the driver, Early D. Simko, 19, Pennsylvania Avenue, reportedly began insinuating he was being harassed, demanding to know why he was stopped. Officers reported he refused to step from the vehicle when asked to do so and, when asked if he had anything he should not have, he reportedly admitted to having marijuana. A baggie of marijuana was seized from his pants pocket, and Simko was charged with possession of marijuana and the turn signal violation. Officers reported that, when advised he could lose his license for the marijuana citation, Simko "sarcastically thanked me for causing him to lose his job as a pizza delivery driver, telling me he was already thrown out of high school because people keep messing with him." The officer reported, "I agreed that I understood why he was thrown out of high school judging by his poor behavior."

 
 
 

 

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