Cherysse Cleveland Wiki
Cherysse Cleveland Biography
Who was Cherysse Cleveland?
Cherysse Cleveland has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery. She, at the center of an assault case, stemming from a fight inside a McDonald’s, previously served a prison sentence for assaulting her grandmother. The latest charges relate to a June 14 altercation at McDonald’s in Ravenna at 418 W. Main St.
Video captured by another customer, Brian Allen, shows Cleveland behind the counter and repeatedly attacking employees. During a court hearing on June 15, Cleveland wept and covered her face with her hands. She pleaded not guilty. A judge set Cleveland’s bail at $ 1,000.
The case has now been assigned to Portage County Judge Mark Fankhauser. This is not the first time Cleveland has been in trouble with the law.
Cherysse Cleveland Age
Cherysse Cleveland is 44 years old.
Charges – Arrested
Court records show that she was charged with assault, kidnapping and disruption of public service in 2014. According to a criminal complaint, in August 2014, Cleveland caused “serious bodily harm to Rebecca F. Biggers by throwing her to the ground and repeatedly striking her with her hands. and fists “.
The complaint also states that “the victim was lying on the ground after the initial attack, the accused grabbed a glass lamp, placed himself on the victim and threw the lamp on her body.” During the case, Cleveland wrote letters to the judge asking for clemency.
One part of one of Cleveland’s letters read, “I’m not a bad or a bad person. I had some very difficult things in my life… I didn’t mean to attack my grandmother. In my mind, at the time I thought I was fighting him. Devil. The probation of the part of it is the request. I would like to go back to the community and help in any way possible. ”
In another letter, Cleveland said: “Mental illness is very common in my family and that is why I am in jail. I had a nervous breakdown due to the death of my mother and why I assaulted my grandmother. She was neither in her right mind nor in her body. Before the incident, I worked at my job for 16 years and tried to be a good citizen. ”
During the case, the judge granted a request for Cleveland to attend drug and alcohol counseling programs while he was incarcerated. According to court records, in October 2014, a plea deal was finally reached in which Cleveland pleaded guilty to the crime of battery. The other charges of kidnapping and interruption of public service were dismissed.
In March 2015, Cleveland was sentenced to two years in prison and three years of probation upon her release. She received credit for the 217 days she spent in the Portage County Jail. In December 2015, there was a hearing to determine whether Cleveland should be released early from prison under what is called a court release.
It was granted when the judge ordered Cleveland to be released on December 7, 2015. Part of the terms included Cleveland attending therapy at Coleman Professional Services, taking all prescription drugs, and not having contact with his grandmother unless she was in presence. of other adults.