Love to appear in court for inducing panic


PERRYSBURG – A woman who was taken into custody after a two hour standoff with officers was arrested and
charged with inducing panic Feb. 4 after her release from a medical facility.
Robin Love is to appear in court Thursday for a hearing at 9:30 a.m. in Perrysburg Municipal Court.
According to Perrysburg Police, Love, 49, was released Feb 4 around noon from Flower Hospital, Toledo,
where she had been undergoing medical evaluation following the incident. She was taken into custody on a
charge of inducing panic, a fifth-degree felony, and transported to the police division where she was
booked on the charge. She was bonded out soon after.
Love was initially taken into custody Jan. 29 after she had reportedly barricaded herself into a
residence on Eaglecrest Drive with a gun, and threatened to harm herself. She was extricated after Wood
County Special Response Team members deployed gas and entered the residence following attempts to
negotiate with her.
A search warrant was reportedly executed later in the day at the residence, and a variety of weapons were
seized, according to Deputy Police Chief Mike Gilmore.

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