Charged. Warren City Police said Tyler Martin, 21, Grayling, Mich., has been charged with statutory sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault, indecent assault and corruption of minors following the investigation of a complaint received on Aug. 8. According to police, they were advised that Martin engaged in sexual intercourse with a juvenile female at her home between June 28 and July 15. Martin was taken into custody Thursday in Michigan on an arrest warrant. Police said their investigation also disclosed that the victim's mother was aware of the sexual activity and failed to report it. Police said the mother was charged on Sept. 4 with corruption of minors.
Harassment. Warren City Police said Wayne Glasglow, Garland, was charged with harassment after he allegedly punched an known male in the face with a closed fist at 2:33 a.m. Friday along Pennsylvania Avenue East.
Pursuit/DUI-Drugs. Warren-based state police report on Sept. 6 at 8:17 p.m. a U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer stopped on Route 59 near Rimrock to check on a motorist parked along the highway. Police said David E. Miller, 30, of Johnsonburg was found in an excited state and thought he was having a heart attack. Police said the officer saw what he believed to be drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle. While the officer radioed for assistance, Miller fled in his vehicle westbound on Route 59 toward Warren at a high rate of speed. Police said the Forest Service officer pursued Miller at speeds up to 85 mph. Police said that they, while assisting the Forest Service, encountered the fleeing vehicle three miles east of Route 6 on Route 59. Miller stopped his vehicle and was taken into custody without further incident. He was taken to Warren General Hospital for treatment after complaining of difficulty breathing and chest pains, and police said charges are pending the outcomes of blood tests. Charges include felony fleeing and eluding, DUI-drugs, and numerous summary traffic violations. In addition to the U.S. Forest Services, state police were assisted by Warren City Police and Conewango Township Police.