Police: Local Man Accused of Trespassing at Gentlemen’s Club Claims He Was ‘Looking for a Dollar’

Jacob Deemer

Jacob Deemer

Published February 17, 2024 5:30 am
Last Updated: March 29, 2024 1:04 am

CHERRYTREE TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A local man was charged for allegedly trespassing at a gentlemen’s club to “look for a dollar.”

According to court documents, Franklin-based State Police filed the following criminal charge against 35-year-old Jacob Arthur Kellogg, of Cooperstown, in Magisterial District Judge Andrew F. Fish’s office:

  • Defiant Trespassing — Actual Communication to Actor, Misdemeanor 3

According to a criminal complaint released on Friday, February 16, PSP Franklin was contacted by the owner of an adult entertainment club located on Petroleum Center Road in Cherrytree Township, Venango County, around 8:30 a.m. on February 2.

The victim told police that an individual has been trespassing on the business property, which is marked with no trespassing signs on the front entrance gates and on the outside of the main entrance of the establishment, the complaint states.

According to the complaint, the owner had also told the suspect through the security cameras to leave the premises and to not come back. She said the individual has talked back to her through the cameras and could understand.

Upon further investigation, the individual in the camera footage was identified as Jacob Kellogg. He was interviewed by police, and he admitted that he was on the property when he was told not to be there, the complaint continues.

Kellogg also stated that someone did talk to him through the security cameras on a previous, and he was told to leave the property and to not come back, the complaint states.

Kellogg claimed that he was on the business property to “look for a dollar or something” in the parking lot, the complaint notes.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 27, at 1:30 p.m., in Venango County Central Court with Judge Fish presiding.

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