Thursday, February 21, 2013
Randall McCauley pleaded guilty to unintentionally causing the death of a 91-year-old woman who he hit with his car
Randall McCauley of Mentor pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of vehicular homicide Thursday morning in Willoughby Municipal Court. McCauley, 62, is scheduled to be sentenced March 13. The incident that led to McCauley's charges happened on November 15 in Willoughby. McCauley was driving in the Willo Plaza Shopping Center parking lot when he hit 91-year-old Bertha Adams with his van as she was walking across the lot with a walker, Willoughby Police told The News-Herald. Adams was taken to the Lake West Medical Center where she later died.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Erik Wisch was caught trying to peak into a window of the Heatherstone Condos in Mentor
- POLICE & FIRE
- Jason Lea
Wednesday, February 20
A registered sex offender was convicted of trying to peak into the window of two children in Mentor. Erik Wisch, 31, of Painesville, pleaded no contest to charges of attempted voyeurism and marijuana possession and was found guilty Tuesday in Mentor Municipal Court. Mentor detectives noticed Wisch peering into an apartment window at Heatherstone Condos on December 17. He got into his car but police pulled him over. He was sweaty and his zipper was down, police said. The window he was looking into belonged to two children under the age of five. Wisch was not sentenced Tuesday. Instead, his sentence will be given after a presentence report has been compiled. Wisch was convicted through Painesville Municipal court in 2010 for committing a sex…
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Scott and Crystal Strauss are accused of altering an oxycodone prescription so they could refill it sooner
A married couple is accused of doctoring an oxycodone prescription in an attempt to get the prescription refilled earlier than is legally allowed. Scott Strauss, 39, and Crystal Strauss, 27, both of Wickliffe, were each arraigned on a charge of illegal processing of a drug document Wednesday in Mentor Municipal Court. On January 24, they tried to use the doctored prescription at the Walgreens in Mentor but a sharp-eyed pharmacist noticed, according to the Lake County Narcotics Agency. Both Strausses were released on a personal bond. If convicted of illegal processing of a drug document, a person could face any punishment from probation to 18 months in prison.