Bowling Green Police Arrest Suspect for Felonious Assault and Ethnic Intimidation



On March 31, 2019 at approximately 3:26 am, officers were dispatched to 1548 E. Wooster, Waffle House, regarding an assault.  Officers arrived and spoke with the victims and witnesses.  During the investigation, officers learned the two suspects used racial slurs towards the victims after the victims had entered the restaurant.  The two suspects paid for their meal then assaulted the two victims.   The victims were treated by the Bowling Green Fire Division EMS and the Wood County Hospital for various injuries.

The suspects were identified as Jacob Dick (22 yoa) from North Baltimore and Zachary Keller (21 yoa) from Custar.

Jacob Dick was arrested on April 4, 2019 for Felonious Assault and Ethnic Intimidation. He was lodged in the Wood County Justice Center.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Zachary Keller for Felonious Assault and Ethnic Intimidation.


The Mission of the Bowling Green Police Division is to improve the quality of life in the city’s neighborhoods, to involve the community in decisions which directly affect them and to provide the necessary services identified by the community as important.

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