Redskin football players assist Perkins Township police

Left to right: Perkins Township Police Chief Kenneth Klamar, Jesse Escabedo, Emerson Lowe, Darius Daniels and Lieutenant Vince Donald of the Perkins Township Police Department. 

At the Perkins Township Board of Trustees meeting on Aug. 13, Jesse Escadebo, Emmerson Lowe and Darius Daniels were each presented with Citizens Recognition Awards for assisting the Perkins Township police by chasing a suspect and providing information which led to the apprehension of a woman involved in a theft July 24 at the Chipotle restaurant in Perkins Township.

The Award reads: 

"On July 24, 2013, Mr. Escabedo, Mr. Lowe and Mr. Daniels aided in the apprehension of a female involved in a theft offense. Mr. Escabedo, Mr. Lowe and Mr. Daniels gave chase and were able to provide information as to the whereabouts of the offender. As a result, the female was apprehended and the victim recovered her property."

Escadebo, Lowe and Daniels are Port Clinton Redskin Varsity football players. They were putting to action the leadership skills they are being taught through Coach Beau Carmon's new football program, which is focused on developing young men to be leaders in their school, community and on the field.

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