Carpenter was charged with two felony counts of burglary, one count of receiving stolen property, one count of theft in office, one count of tampering with evidence and one count of unauthorized use of telecommunications property. If convicted on all counts, the defendant faces up to 21.5 years in prison and fines totalling $45,000.
He entered innocent pleas to all charges and was released on his own recognizance. Belmont County Common Pleas Court Judge John Solovan set a status conference for Aug. 21, and a trial date has been set for Oct. 20.
Charges of complicity to burglary, one a second-degree felony and one a third-degree felony, and a charge of complicity to receiving stolen property were filed against Dojack. He also pleaded innocent to the charges and was released on his own recognizance. If convicted, he faces up to 14.5 years in prison and fines totaling $30,000.
A Nov. 17 trial date was set in Dojack's case.
Bruce Callarik was charged with one count of complicity to receiving stolen property. He faces 18 months in prison and a fine of up to $5,000. He pleaded innocent to the charges and was released on his own recognizance. A Dec. 1 trial date was set.
I am totally impressed that this investigation moved along so expeditiously. considering it took 10 years for New Jersey to break the money laundering, organ stealing group operating in their state. Kudos to Ohio BCI!!
Now Dojack, may just join the rest of the felons in his family. (**Sandy that's for you guys!)