GOSHEN TOWNSHIP- Goshen police arrested Beloit woman on multiple drug charges after officers responded to a possible parole violation at a Beloit apartment complex last week.
Katrina G. Salyers, 27, 18395 Fifth St. 202W, Beloit, was charged with fifth-degree felony possession of drugs (methamphetamine), and misdemeanor counts of drug paraphernalia and permitting drug abuse after officers from Goshen and Sebring responded to the Fifth Street apartment complex at 4:20 p.m. Friday where a Stark County Adult Parole officer reported the violation.
According to Cpl. Nicholas Brent's report, officers observed three men near the entrance of the complex who attempted to flee when approached, with the possible parole violator running into Salyers' apartment. The driver and his passenger were detained by Brent before he entered the apartment where Sebring officers had the violator in custody.
Katrina G. Salyers
Officers seized a .22 caliber pistol in the closet and a matching magazine containing five rounds of ammunition in another woman's purse on a table, both of which the women claimed were placed there by the violator.
Further searching of the apartment revealed suspected methamphetamine between coffee filters near the window, a small scale with a white powder substance on it, razor blades, tinfoil with burnt residue and a small torch used to heat the drugs, as well as syringe that Saylers said one of the men had placed on top of the kitchen cabinet.
David A. Hoover, 31, Wooster, was charged with a felony three possession of weapons while under disability.