Felony charges have been filed against Kevin Mark Schroder, 26, Oregon, Ohio, Fulton County Western District Court and Archbold police officials confirmed.
The charges stem from an 11:12 pm, Thursday, Feb. 25, incident that occurred at 406 Stamm St., Apartment A, the residence of Leo J. Sancrant.
Tera Rogers, an Archbold police officer, said in an article that appeared in the March 2 edition of this newspaper that Sancrant was the victim of an alleged assault on Feb. 25. Sancrant was injured and sought medical treatment for the injuries.
Schroder was originally charged with misdemeanor criminal damaging, resulting from $500 in damage to the front door and door-frame of Sancrant’s apartment that occurred during the Feb. 25 incident.
Schroder entered a guilty plea Monday, Feb. 29, to the misdemeanor charge in Western District Court. He was fined $100; court costs of $78 were imposed. He also was sentenced to 30 hours of community service.
Following the Feb. 25 incident, Schroder’s next brush with the law occurred Friday, Feb. 26, when he was arrested in Archbold.
Archbold Police had a warrant for Schroder’s arrest from the Bowling Green Municipal Court.
Archbold police met with Schroder at Archbold Container Corporation at about 1:30 pm that Friday.
He was placed under arrest on the Wood County warrant and was transported to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
CCNO records show he is no longer being held there.
An official with the BG court said a warrant was issued for Schroder for failure to pay fines on a September 2012 assault case.
Bowling Green Municipal Court records available over the Internet show Schroder was sentenced to 40 days in jail, with 30 days suspended. He was fined $1,000, with $800 suspended.
Court costs and other fees brought the total he owed the court to $549.
Charges of felonious assault and felony trespass stemming from the Feb. 25 incident in Archbold were filed against Schroder Friday, March 4, in Western District Court.
Typically, those with felony charges are transferred to common pleas court in a process known as being “bound over.”
A new warrant for his arrest was issued. As of Tuesday morning, he was still at large.