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Adam B. Hall – Locked Up for Drug Possession – $50,000 Bond (Lorain, Ohio)


On 5/2/2018 Adam B. Hall was “Locked Up” in the Lorain County Jail.  Their name & detailed information pertaining to the case can be found below.  It should be noted that individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  However, approximately 95% of these individuals will be found guilty of their crimes.  Most will be sentenced to serve time in the county jail, prison or released & placed on probation.

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Inmate Summary – HALL, ADAM B

Demographic Information

  • 4089
  • Male
  • White
  • 6′ 1″
  • 225.0 lbs
  • LORAIN, Ohio 44055

Previous Mugshots

Booking History


  • 5/2/2018 5:56 PM
  • 5/2/2018 6:50 PM
  • Committed
  • $0.00
  • $0.00
  • Lorain Police Department
Bond Number Bond Type Bond Amount
2018-00004614 Cash/Surety $50,000.00
Charge Description Offense Date Docket Number Disposition Crime Class
Possession of Controlled Substance 5/2/2018 6:04 PM 18CRA01384 Bond Posted Felony 5
Possessing Criminal Tools 5/2/2018 6:04 PM 18CRA01384 Bond Posted
Drug Paraphernalia 5/2/2018 6:04 PM 18CRB01385 Bond Posted
Tinted windows prohibited 5/2/2018 6:04 PM 18TRD02949 Bond Posted Unclassified Misdemeanor
Tampering with Evidence 5/2/2018 6:04 PM 18CRA01384 Bond Posted


  1. I almost got arrested because of human error at the clerk of courts. My name is Adam R Hall and all of the guy’s charges somehow showed up on my social security number. I’m nowhere near perfect, but I can say that I’ve never had a single drug charge in my life. So to be told I was being arrested for a long laundry list of drug charges were pretty alarming to me.

    Luckily they finally decided that since the middle initial and physical description on the indictment paperwork didn’t match my identification card, that I wasn’t who they were looking for.