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Articles and Blog Posts From August 2019

Ohio K-9 Drug Dogs Can’t Distinguish Hemp and Marijuana

Ohio K-9 Drug Dogs Can’t Distinguish Hemp and Marijuana Law enforcement has utilized police dogs for drug searches for years in Ohio. Now, a newly passed law could turn law enforcement’s long distinguished K-9 drug unit on its head. Ohio has recently passed a new hemp law, which states that any cannabis with less than 0.3 percent THC is now considered to be legal hemp. Hemp is a strain of cannabis with low THC and can be refined into a variety of commercial… Read more

Delbert Matthews Criminal Trial

Delbert Matthews Criminal Trial It took the jury only two hours to determine that Delbert Matthews was an innocent man. Matthews was arrested and formally charged with kidnapping, rape, and two counts of abduction in January of 2019. The allegations stemmed from an occurrence at a Travelodge in Mansfield, Ohio in July of 2018. The alleged victim was his wife, Kim Matthews. Originally expecting his trial to begin in April, Matthews… Read more

Cold Case Reopened; Ohio Man Accused of Murdering His Family 11 Years Later

Cold Case Reopened; Ohio Man Accused of Murdering His Family 11 Years Later Questions that have remained unanswered for 11 years surrounding a cold case may finally come to light this year. Peter Romans, a 59-year-old Madison County resident, has been charged with killing his entire family via arson which included 51-year-old wife Billi, his son Caleb and their teenaged daughter Ami.  The circumstances surrounding the night of the murder are unusual to say the least. Authorities… Read more

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