Bowling Green Police File Charges in Assault and Nuisance Party

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Bowling Green (November 2, 2012) – On 10/14/2012, Bowling Green Police Officers responded to the report of a large fight in the vicinity of 1474 Brookwood Dr., Bowling Green, OH. 

 Upon arrival at that location, officers observed a group of people in the vicinity of the house, and a subject, later identified as Ivory H. Brooks III, 20 years old, 1471, Scott Hamilton Blvd., Bowling Green,OH, lying unconscious.  Brooks was treated at the scene and transported by Bowling Green Fire Division personnel to Wood County Hospital, and was later transported via air ambulance to St. Vincent’s Mercy Medical Center.  Brooks’ roommate, Norman L. Jackson Jr., 21 years old, went toWood County Hospital later and was treated and released for injuries that he sustained in the incident.

 As a result of investigation into the matter, Kendall Odell Montgomery, 20 years old, of 1474 Brookwood Dr.,Bowling Green,OH was charged and released on his own recognizance with Assault, ORC 2903.13, and Nuisance Party regulations, Bowling Green Municipal Ordinance 132.18 with a court date of 11/7/2012.  Jude Adjei-Barimah, 20 years old, of 1474 Brookwood Dr.,Bowling Green,OH was charged and released on his own recognizance with Nuisance Party regulations, Bowling Green Municipal Ordinance 132.18 with a court date of 11/7/2012.  Deejay Ian White 20 years old, of 1474 Brookwood Dr., Bowling Green, OH was also charged and released on his own recognizance with Nuisance Party regulations, Bowling Green Municipal Ordinance 132.18 with a court date of 11/7/2012.  The charge of Nuisance Party regulations, Bowling Green Municipal Ordinance 132.18 is pending against Mark Mays, 21 years old, of 1474 Brookwood Dr., Bowling Green, OH.

 Anyone having any information regarding this or other criminal incidents, is encouraged to contact the Bowling Green Police Division at (419) 352-2571 or Wood County CrimeStoppers at (800) 54-CRIME or (419) 352-0077.  In the event that information received through CrimeStoppers leads to a prosecution, anonymous informant(s) are eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

 The investigation continues.