A Springwater woman, Aron McCallum, is facing several felony charges as the result of an incident that occurred on the afternoon of July 4, where McCallum was attempting to get a job back from a campground where she had worked previously. Instead, she ended up in a physical altercation, and attempted to steal a car.
McCallum came to confront staff about the job, but a bystander became involved, and McCallum allegedly became physical and attempted to get the keys to the bystander’s car, but was fought off without being able to get the keys.She also threatened several other individuals with physical violence.
When the deputies came to arrest McCallum, she also became physical with them, resisting her arrest. They managed to secure her in the back seat of their vehicle, but she continued to be uncooperative, and kicked out a patrol car window, and then attempted to escape through the newly made opening.
McCallum was charged with several felonies. For the incidents at the campground, she was charged with second degree attempted robbery, a class c felony; resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and three counts of second degree harassment.
For the events at the Sheriff’s office, McCallum was charged with third degree criminal mischief, a Class E felony; and second degree attempted escape, a class E felony.
The District Attorney, requested that McCallum be held on $7500 cash bail or $15,000 secured bond. However, when she was arraigned at the Livingston County Centralized Arraignment at the Livingston County Jail before Town of Lima Justice Harold J. Harris, Harris committed McCallum to the Livingston County Jail on a $1,000 bail or $1500 secured bond,