Burghill women pleads no contest in video case

WARREN — A Burghill woman and her daughter each pleaded no contest Wednesday to minor misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct after video recording local police during a traffic stop in June.

Cassandra Peters, 38, and Kylie Peters, 19, both of Burghill, appeared before Municipal Judge Terry Ivanchak and each paid $133 in fines and court costs, according to court records.

The case stems from an incident about 6 p.m. June 4 on East Market Street near Golf Drive in northeast Warren, when the woman and her daughter noticed four to five Howland police cars surrounding a car containing two black males. Peters said she stopped her vehicle and began recording on her phone what was happening.

Shortly after 6 p.m., a Warren police car pulled behind the Peters’ 2016 Dodge Journey and another vehicle. After being asked why she was at the scene, according to the report, the woman told the officer, “You know why I stopped,” according to the police report.



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