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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The son of a Mahoning County Juvenile Court Judge Theresa Dellick remains under electronically monitored house arrest.

Common Pleas Judge R. Scott Krichbaum has signed a judgement entry outlining conditions for 19-year old John Dellick, who faces a nine count indictment on charges of assault, ethnic intimidation, aggravated menacing, abduction and kidnapping.

Dellick was scheduled to appear before judge Krichbaum on Tuesday, but his attorney filed a waiver with the court the day before.  Dellick was booked into the Mahoning County Jail on Monday and was allowed to return home after posting $25,000 bond.

Six of the charges from the indictment stem from the October arrest of Dellick for what deputies described at the time as a case of road rage. Dellick allegedly rammed his jeep into the back of a car containing Angelo and Anita Gomez after a confrontation at Route 224 and Tippecanoe Road in Canfield.

The kidnapping, abduction and assault charges stem from an argument with Dellick's former girlfriend Natalie Noday on July 25, 2013 outside a Canfield pizza shop. Noday told police that Dellick threw her inside his jeep and wouldn't allow her to leave.

She claims Dellick pushed her into the center console of the vehicle, choked her, then pulled her out of the vehicle and threw her head first into the side of another car.

Judge Krichbaum's judgement entry also orders that Dellick must have no contact with the three alleged victims, and may not possess drugs or firearms. Dellick must obtain court permission to leave his home.

No further hearings have been scheduled in the case.

The conditions of Dellick's release echo terms set down earlier by Youngstown Municipal Court where Dellick faces a separate charge of aggravated menacing for allegedly threatening Noday and her companions on the YSU campus. The next hearing in that case is set for February 19.

 

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