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OHIO HIO UNIFORM OFFENSE REPORT
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RESID ENTIAL S TRUC TURE 01 Sing Ie Fa mily Home 02 Multip!e Dwe!!ing 03 Res identi at Facil ity 04 Oth er Res identi al 05 Gar age/Shed PUBLI C ACC ESS BLDGS 06 Transit Faci lily 07 G ovemm e nl Offi ce 08 School 09 Call ege 10 Chu rch 11 Has pital
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COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS 15 Au! 0 Shop 16 Fin ancial Institut ion 17 Bar ber/Beauty Shop 16 Hate 1/ Motel 19 Dry Cleaners/laundry 20 Pro fessio nal Off ice 21 Doc lars Office 22 Olh e r Bus iness 0 ffice 23 Amu seme nt Cen ter 24 Ren tal Storage Facility 25 Oth er Commerci al Service
RETAIL 41 Fae toryiMili/Plan t 26 Bar 42 Oth er Bui Iding 27 B uy/SelllTrade Shop 28 Res tau rant OUTSIDE 29 Gas Stati 0 n 43 Yard 30 Aut 0 Sal as Lot 44 Con structi on Sit e 31 Jewelry Siore 45 Lak e/Waterway 32 Clot hing S lore 46 Field/ Woods 33 Dru gstore 47 Str eel 48 Pari< ing L 01 34 Uq u or SID re 35 Sh opping Mall 49 Park /Playground 36 Spa rting Goods 50 Ce melery 37 Gro cerylSuperm erket 51 Publ ie Transit V ehiele 38 Vari ety/Convenience 52 Oth Sf Outs ide location 39 De partme nt Sto re 40 Olh er Rei ail Sto re 77 Other 1.
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OTHER NUMBER 26 Too Is 27 Ve hiele Parts/Accessor 28 Sc hoo I Supp Ii es 29 at her Eq ui pme nl CONSUMABLE ITEMS 30 Alcohol 31 Dr ugs/Nareot ics 32 Co nsumab le Goods ANIMALS 33 L lvestock 34 Ho use hold Pets VEHICLES 35 Aircraft 36 A utomob it es 37 Bicycles 38 Buses 39 Trucks 40 Tra flers 41 Watercraft 42 Reereat ional Vehicle 43 Ot her Motor Ve hicle WEAPONS 44 Firearms 45 STRUCTURES 46 Single ace upancy 47 01 her Dwe IIi ngs 48 Commerc iatlBusiness 49 I ndus.lMfg. 50 P ubli C/Comm unity S1 Storage 52 at her Sir ueture OTHER 53 Mere handise 54 at her Property 55 Pe nding Invenlory
EXCHANGE MEDIUMS 01 Mo ney 02 Cred iUDeb it Card 03 Negol iable Instruments 04 at her Exchange Med iums DOCUMENTS 05 Non-Negal iable Instruments 06 Persa nal Papers 07 Ot her Doc ume nls
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On the listed date and time the listed offense was reported. After an investigation it was determined that a domestic dispute had occurred.
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STATE OF OHIO Do tic Violence
I Bf-:[jGE NO,
I Domestic Dispute
IELLlS, TROY M
On Monday, July 11,2011 at approximately 9:32 p.m. the Delaware County Sheriffs Office was advised by the Delaware County Communications Center (DELCOM) of a 911 call from a female at 161 Stonebend Drive, Powell, Ohio 43065. Information received was that this was a domestic violence situation that was occurring. Initially 911 emergency operators had a hard time getting the female to speak to them due to a male near her. Information was also received that there was a gun in the residence and the male in the residence had been drinkingalcoholie-irevefages.-Deputy Yarnell and I, Deputy Ellis were first to arrive followed shortly thereafter by Deputy Carter and Deputy Scalley. Deputy Yarnell and I first made contact with a very upset and crying female standing outside the front door. She indicated she had been in a fight with her husband. We were already aware the husband was state senator Kristopher W. Jordan (2/10/77). I identified the female as Melissa S. Jordan (1/6/80)(R1). Melissa stated she was very fearful to call and fearful of her husband but she couldn't take it anymore. She stated there has been physical violence occurring for the past three years between the two of them. She stated an argument occurred this evening in which her husband, Kristopher had pushed her in the shoulders with his hands. Melissa stated Kristopher had consumed alcohol, but not in excess. While I was speaking with Melissa, Deputy Yarnell was speaking, or attempting to speak to Kristopher who was being uncooperative while being questioned. Melissa stated she was very fearful of what may occur since we were at the residence. She indicated that she had never been held against her will and was free to leave from the residence during the argument with Kristopher. Melissa stated she was not injured and had no visible marks from the alleged push by Kristopher. Melissa stated she did not want any criminal charges and refused to provide a written statement of what had occurred. I explained to Melissa the various resources available to her including civil protection orders and how to obtain them. Melissa decided to gather some belongings and leave for the night,but was fearful that Kristopher may harm himself due to her leaving. Once inside the residence Kristopher was advised of this and upon Deputy Scalley requesting a statement he also refused and refused to answer any of our questions. For further on this see the narratives by Deputy Scalley and Deputy Yarnell. Melissa did leave the residence without incident. Nothing further.
NARRATIVE SUPPLEMENTSTATE OF OHIO, Domestic
I INCIDENT NUMBER ;11-003914
DATE I TIME DATE f TIME
NARRATIVE IOFFICER -
On July 11, 2011 I responded to 161 Stonebend Drive on what was believed to be a domestic. Upon arrival, Deputy Ellis and I made contact with Melissa Jordan, who was walking out of the front door at the time of our arrival. As Deputy Ellis was speaking with Melissa, it was determined that her husband, Kris Jordan, was still inside of the residence. It was also determined that there were guns in the home. I then made contact with Kristopher Jordan at the front door of the residence. I asked him what had happened. Mr. Jordan advised me that nothing had happened, and that he and his wife had an argument, and that he was not willing to speak any further about it. I did notice a slight red mark on the left side of Mr. Jordan's neck, with a small spot of blood that had come to the surface. I inquired of Mr. Jordan what the possible injury had come from. Mr. Jordan advised it was probably a "zit". Deputy Scalley, who had arrived on scene, and myself stood by in the living room area of the home with Mr. Jordan while Deputy Ellis completed his investigation. During the time while Deputy Scalley and I were inside of the residence, Mr. Jordan did advise that his wife had gotten upset with him about household responsibilities. Deputy Carter also had arrived on scene. After some time had passed, Deputy Carter advised me that he and the other deputies could handle the remainder of the investigation, and that I could clear. At that time I did return to my
cruiser and left the scene.
Nothing Further. 066dy
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"",9TATE OF OHIO,
DATE I TIME NO.
07/11/2011 MICHAEL C
On July 11, 2011 I responded to 161 Stonebend Dr. located in Lewis Center, Ohio 43035 in reference to a Domestic. Upon arrival I spoke to Deputy Ellis who advised he would be interviewing the female half outside and Deputy Yarnell was talking to the male half inside. Upon approaching the front door of the residence Deputy Yarnell stepped outside and stated that Mr. Jordan is refusing to talk-to Deputies- - ... I then went inside the residence just to keep Mr. Jordan in sight due to the fact that the female half advised there are guns in the residence. While standing there with Mr. Jordan advised that he couldn't believe she was making a big deal about him pushing some things over in the residence. Mr. Jordan then advised that they were arguing because he would not clean the upstairs of the condo so she started yelling at him. Mr. Jordan advised that he did nothing physical to her other than pushing her off when she came running at him yelling. I asked Mr. Jordan if he would like to write a statement out and he advised no. I then wrote on the statement make your mark here if you refuse to make a statement, and Mr. Jordan put an "X" beside the line. After attempting to leave the female half realized she had left her make-up inside the residence. I then followed her into the house and Mr. Jordan was on his cell phone stating to someone that "this is great, now I am going to be on the front page of the newspaper in the morning". The female half then gathered the rest of her things and left the residence for the night. Nothing Further.
VICTIM OFFENSE NARRATIVE
STATE OF OHIO Domestic
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On Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at approximately 5:55 p.m. I was advised by Sgt. Dore that Lt. Burden requested this report be changed to a disorderly conduct report and not a domestic dispute. The charge of disorderly conduct will be added with the State of Ohio as the victim and both the caller, Melissa and Kristopher changed to suspects of disorderly conduct. Report shall be forwarded to Lt. Burden for review. On Saturday, July 16, 2011 I was advised by Lt. Burden that after review of the audio and video recording of the call that during my interview of Melissa Jordan she made a statement as to being fearful of Kristopher Jordan. Due to this statement Lt. Burden indicated the offense of Domestic Violence shall be added to this report and the report forwarded to the Prosecutor's Office for review of charges. Nothing further.
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