[LFC Comments: We are providing a forum for an Ohio citizen living in Tuscarawas County. He would like to make the public aware of the local officials’ alleged public corruption that has resulted in him being estranged from his child.]
From: Wilson-Charles: Haugh Jr.
Date: July 14, 2020 at 8:06:58 PM EDT
To: Greg McCleery <email@example.com
Subject: Fwd: Public information request
“I find it interesting that no one in the courthouse have valid bond…. Now we are talking about real crimes! Members of the tcba…. I am bringing a wrecking ball to town . I will get remedy one way or another….
I also emailed each of the offices in the court And the court administrator responded with only the oath of office and no bonds. I will be in contact with the Secretary of State First thing as I’ve already made complaints about the new Philadelphia Secretary not responding to requests of public information.”
Date: Tue, Jul 14, 2020, 8:58 PM
Subject: Need for Investigation on failure of public officials to post necessary and required bond. See facts as set forth below and accomplish Justice for Aggrieved Ohio Citizen Wilson-Charles: Haugh Jr.
Can you please investigate and/or forward Mr. Haugh’s communication to the appropriate office within the Attorney General’s Office who can make examination of his claims and address the vacancy occurring should the bond not have been provided.
Title 3. COUNTIES
Chapter 309. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
§ 309.03. Bond of prosecuting attorney – oath
Except as otherwise provided in section 3.061 of the Revised Code, before entering upon the discharge of the official duties of the prosecuting attorney, the prosecuting attorney shall give a bond, signed by a bonding or surety company approved by the court of common pleas or the probate court and authorized to do business in this state, or, at the prosecuting attorney’s option, signed by two or more freeholders having real estate in the value of double the amount of the bond over and above all encumbrances to the state. Such bond shall be in a sum not less than one thousand dollars, to be fixed by the court of common pleas or the probate court and conditioned that such prosecuting attorney will faithfully discharge all the duties enjoined upon the prosecuting attorney by law, and pay over all moneys received in the prosecuting attorney’s official capacity. The expense or premium for such bond shall be paid by the board of county commissioners, and shall be charged to the general fund of the county. Such bond, with the approval of such court and the oath of office required by sections 3.22 and 3.23 of the Revised Code indorsed thereon, shall be deposited with the county treasurer.
Cite as R.C. § 309.03
Effective Date: 10-01-1953.
3.30 Failure to give bond of office of file oath of office.
Except as otherwise provided in section 3.061 of the Revised Code, a person elected or appointed to an office who is required by law to give a bond or security previous to the performance of the duties imposed on the person by the person’s office, who refuses or neglects to give such bond or furnish such security within the time and in the manner prescribed by law, and in all respects to qualify self for the performance of such duties, is deemed to have refused to accept the office to which the person was elected or appointed. Such office shall be considered vacant and shall be filled as provided by law.
A person subject to a policy adopted under section 3.061 of the Revised Code, is deemed to have refused to accept the office or employment when the person fails to take, certify, and file the oath of office as required by law or fails to document proof of insurance coverage as provided in division (B) of section 3.061 of the Revised Code and the office shall be considered vacant and shall be filled as provided by law.
Mr.Wilson-Charles: Haugh Jr. has described a scenario of alleged public corruption that has resulted in him being wrongfully estranged from his child. His circumstances and plight suggests a need for investigation by the Office of the Attorney General.
Your attention and that of your investigators is requested in the interests of Justice.
Please review and have Wilson-Charles: Haugh Jr. interviewed so that you may gather all facts concerning his estrangement from his child that is a tragic injustice as described to me by Wilson-Charles: Haugh Jr.
Robert J. Gargasz, Esq.