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Son of Mahoning County Judge on house arrest

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Wearing jail coveralls, the son of Mahoning County Judge Theresa Dellick was arraigned in Youngstown Municipal Court by way of remote video on a charge of aggravated menacing.

19-year-old John Dellick appeared before a camera in the Mahoning County Jail, where he'd been since Youngstown State University police arrested him at his Canfield home on Wednesday afternoon.

Dellick pleaded not guilty Friday afternoon. His bond was set at $20,000, but was only required to post ten percent of that amount to make bail.

However, the judge placed Dellick on house arrest, and ordered that he have no contact with his ex-girlfriend Natalie Noday and to stay away from Youngstown State University.

Dellick was charged after Noday claimed that Dellick threatened her and her companions on the YSU campus earlier Wednesday.

According to a report  filed with Canfield Police, the same ex-girlfriend claimed that Dellick smashed her face against a car during an argument this past July.

When Dellick was arrested this week, he was already out of jail on bond from an alleged road rage incident on October 18.

Dellick was charged with aggravated assault after he allegedly rammed his jeep into the back of a car containing a Boardman couple following a confrontation at Route 224 and Tippecanoe Road in Canfield.

A visiting judge has been assigned to handle that case, and the Mahoning County Prosecutor has asked the Ohio Supreme court to assign a special prosecutor.Stay connected with wfmj.com and 21 News for the latest on this developing story.

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