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Probation continues for son of Mahoning County judge

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The son of Mahoning County Juvenile Court Judge Theresa Dellick has been ordered to remain on probation and complete a program at the Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic.

The order was handed down Wednesday following a hearing with visiting Judge Michael Nunner, who earlier ordered 22-year-old John Dellick to remain at the clinic under house arrest.

Wednesday's hearing centered on an an alleged probation violation by Dellick, who was arrested in April for what his attorney said was littering and marijuana possession.

Since that time, Dellick was fined $75 for the littering conviction. A drug possession charge was dismissed.

Dellick's current probation stems from a 2014 indictment on nine charges including assault, ethnic intimidation, aggravated menacing, abduction and kidnapping.

The charges resulted from two incidents, the first of which was in October, 2013 when Dellick rammed his jeep into another vehicle during a road rage incident on Route 224 in Canfield.

Three months before that, Dellick's former girlfriend told police that he assaulted her outside a Canfield pizza shop.

Dellick, who was eventually convicted on one count of aggravated assault and one count of assault, was placed on probation for 18 months and ordered that he perform 160 hours of community service.

This past January, Dellick was arrested for a probation violation for which he served ten days in jail and sixty days house arrest.

Dellicks current probation period is scheduled to last until November 26, 2016, during which time he is required to continue counseling, be subject to substance testing at random intervals, as well as other conditions.

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