MANSFIELD — A 42-year-old city man was convicted Friday of intimidation and retaliation at the end of a two-day jury trial.
Byron Yambrisak, of Vennum Avenue, could face three years in prison at his sentencing Monday before Richland County Common Pleas Judge James DeWeese. The jury deliberated for less than two hours.
Yambrisak had driven by sheriff’s Detective Pat Smith in the parking lot at MedCentral/Mansfield Hospital and threatened her. Smith arrested Yambrisak in a municipal court case that was later dismissed.
Written by – News Journal staff report – Really???, who was dumb enough to write this?.
The story I was told by Mr Yambrisak was a little different than how it’s written here, hmmm? – This reminds me of another case Judge DeWeese was involved in recently in which he was overturned once again!. I would think the SUPREME COURT is getting a bit sick of this man antics, no different than this railroad job!
This is PURE & SIMPLE Retribution for the case that was dismissed, THEY had nothing against this man who made the public aware of an illegal operation that certain groups in this town use. Yes, it was prostitution and yes I have comments some of these people made that depict to me why they do this, it was TRUE!
Below are comments I share from the MNJ site, mine of which many of you will not see UNLESS you are a friend of mine on facebook. I wonder why they’re blocked for all others to not see?.