Police said after Perez-Marino was arrested, he attempted to get out of his handcuffs and cursed at the officer. As police were leaving, Perez-Merino arrived and was restrained by one of the witnesses. Perez-Marino was charged with three counts of vandalism, criminal damaging and resisting arrest. He is set to appear in Girard Municipal Court on Thursday.
The witness told police that the restaurant had been catching up on to-go orders when Perez-Marino arrived. Body found along side of Youngstown street, police say
The owner of the restaurant told police that he had just had Perez-Merino evicted from his rental property and fired him that morning. A witness told police that Salvador Perez-Merino, 21, had come to the restaurant and broken out several windows before leaving. Police said they also saw the front driver’s side window of a car in the restaurant’s parking lot broken with a rock lying next to it.
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