Articles and Blog Posts From 2017

Man Sentenced for Setting Fire to Attorney's Office

Man Sentenced for Setting Fire to Attorney's Office Colton Andrews confessed to two counts of aggravated arson for starting the fire on March 5th at the offices on North Second Street.  He has been ordered to serve 6 years in prison and must pay more than $73,000 in restitution to the victims.  Phil Manogg, who shared the building with the local attorney Robin Green stated that the fire destroyed much of the business he and his wife started more than… Read more

Driver in Fatal Christmas Eve Crash Intoxicated by Alcohol, Marijuana

Driver in Fatal Christmas Eve Crash Intoxicated by Alcohol, Marijuana On March 13, WBNS-TV reported that the Franklin County Sheriff's Office said it determined the at-fault driver in a fatal Christmas Eve crash on Interstate 270 (I-270) was intoxicated on multiple substances. The crash occurred on I-270 at U.S. Route 62 on December 24 around 3:30 p.m. when an eastbound black 2000 Ford Explorer lost control of the vehicle, crossed the median into the westbound lanes… Read more

Ohio Fighting Synthetic Drugs Problem

Ohio Fighting Synthetic Drugs Problem WBNS-TV reported on March 2 that Reynoldsburg police said they believe an international substance known as betel nut was illegally imported to Columbus from Nepal or India. Police said several high school students who immigrated from Nepal were caught with betel nut after they were seen acting dazed and disoriented. "We believe there's a euphoric effect but it also seems to affect their equilibrium,"… Read more

Sentence Delayed for Former Employee in Bank Theft

Sentence Delayed for Former Employee in Bank Theft National Security Bank, 828 Scioto, St has placed charges against employees for stealing thousands of dollars from the bank.  This past July, the Urbana Police Division found $391,000 total stolen from the bank starting back in 2009.  During that time, both Kristen S. Head and Kristie K. Shover were both employed with the bank. In December, Head plead guilty to aggravated theft which is a third degree… Read more

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