WARREN — A Trumbull County jury was sent household Friday afternoon soon after some 17 several hours of deliberations, unable to appear up with a unanimous verdict in the demo of a Campbell male dealing with felony charges related to the Oct. 5, 2020, taking pictures of a Warren person.
In spite of the mistrial, Tre’Mon Dukes, 23, of Tenney Avenue, nonetheless faces two counts of felonious assault and a demand of aggravated theft. Trumbull County Assistant Prosecutor Charles Morrow mentioned he will seek the advice of with his manager, Prosecutor Dennis Watkins, about the upcoming move in the scenario and no matter whether they will pursue a 2nd trial. The two Morrow and defense legal professional Mary Ellen Ditchey had no additional comment.
Common Pleas Judge Andrew D. Logan, following before Friday examining a charge asking the jury to proceed deliberating, came again about 1:30 p.m. inquiring if the panel experienced made any progress towards a verdict.
Jury forewoman Autumn Brown informed the judge there was a difference of impression among jurors and equally sides have remained company.
“We gave it our finest,” Brown said.
Dukes, who remains in custody, is one particular of two males accused of taking pictures Jody Hall, 18, outdoors a Charles Avenue NE home.
Jurors regarded the testimony by the victim, Warren police officers and two neighbors who had read the pictures and came to Hall’s aid in the front yard where a further male was shifting a tire on the motor vehicle.
Hall testified Dukes and co-defendant Mehki Walker experienced arrive off the bicycle path, with just one of the adult males hitting him with the butt of the gun and both of those taking pictures him and thieving funds from him.
Walker is scheduled for trial Oct. 4 on the very same rates that Dukes faces. Walker, whose situation is just before Choose Peter J. Kontos, also is facing felony costs for a November 2020 incident in which he is accused of taking pictures at legislation enforcement officers in a chase via the west side of Warren. Meanwhile, Hall, was indicted before this thirty day period on prices of aggravated robbery and felonious assault, each with firearm technical specs, and one particular felony depend of obtaining stolen property, in accordance to a grand jury report. Corridor is accused in an afternoon capturing Feb. 11 in the 200 block of Belmont Avenue NW in Warren in which a 30-12 months-aged West Sector Street person received gunshot wounds to the neck, shoulder and arm.