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LORAIN, Ohio - Lorain County Common Pleas Judge Mark Betleski has now recused himself from cases involving the Lorain city police department, after the judge reportedly stated the department has lost creditability for making inaccurate statements about bond amounts issued to repeat offenders.
Betleski accused Lorain Police detective Jake Morris of making false statements in connection with a case involving repeat offender Roland Scales in a News 5 report on April 24, 2015.
Lorain FOP President Kyle Gelenius fired back, telling News 5 Detective Morris made no mistakes when he asked the judge to keep Scales in jail during that News 5 interview.