Macedonia (OH) Resident Faces Misdemeanor Charges After Removing Political Signs

Alexis Drive resident Fred Quigley, 81, pleaded not guilty in Stow Municipal Court Nov. 6 to three misdemeanor counts of unauthorized use of property and one count of disorderly conduct.  The charges were filed by Councilman-elect Kevin Bilkie after Quigley was accused of removing political signs from what Quigley told police are “common areas” of the housing development Villas of Taramina.    Read the article……………..


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