Blog Posts Tagged 'Media'

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

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

Marshall Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking

Dylan J. Marshall pleaded guilty in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court to a fourth-degree felony of drug trafficking, a fifth-degree felony of four counts of possession of drugs, a third-degree felony for three counts of having weapon under disability, and a first-degree misdemeanor for obstructing justice. Read More about this article at Zanesville Times Recorder. Read more

Drugs Big Business for Ohio Dealers

"People would be walking around shopping, and they wouldn't know what was happening," recalled Botbyl, of Norwalk, who has been clean for three years and is studying to be a pastor.  "You'd never meet the guy you talked to on the phone." The heroin was from Mexico, and all the runners generally spoke Spanish with very little English known to them.  The Mexican cartels, mostly from South America or… Read more

'Band of Thieves' Ringleader Gets Max Sentence in Clark County Court

Accused ring leader of a crime ring in Clark County which had been named "Band of Thieves" which spanned over 11 different counties in Ohio and stole valuables that equated up to millions will be spending 27 years in prison. Ricky Terry pleaded guilty in August to more than a dozen charges which included engaging in corrupt activity, theft, and breaking and entering.  He received the maximum sentence… Read more

Supreme Court Rules Individuals Convicted of Domestic Violence Cannot Own a Gun

Supreme Court Rules Individuals Convicted of Domestic Violence Cannot Own a Gun Today, in Voisine v. United States,  the Supreme Court ruled that individuals convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence are prohibited from owning a gun under U.S.C. §922(g)(9). In another Supreme Court case, United States v. Castleman, the Court established that an individual loses his or her gun rights after being convicted… Read more

Coroner Didn't Conduct Proper Death Investigation

Coroner, Dr. David Cummin who works for Hocking County has currently been battling with his fellow elected officials who have accused him of not doing his job.  Now, the Illinois couple whose son died in the state park in the county are also making the same claim against the coroner. The lawsuit was filed in December of 2015 in the federal court house in Columbus, accusing Dr. David Cummin along with… Read more

Second Amendment and Gun Rights of Ohio Residents

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, which grants Americans the right to keep and bear arms, has been a constant topic of debate since it's ratification in 1791. Originally, construed to allow individuals the right to keep and bear arms connected to necessary militia service, the United States Supreme Court held in 2008 that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to… Read more

Illinois Man Pleads Guilty to Attempted Sex With a Minor

Paul P. Schildhouse, 56, from Aurora, Illinois pleaded guilty on March 22nd, 2016 to one count of attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, which is a fourth-degree felony at Pickaway County Common Pleas Court.  Schildhouse is facing a maximum of 18 months in prison along with a $5,000 fine and plans to be sentenced following a pre-sentence investigation done by the court.  He will also be required… Read more

House Bill 347 Aims to Reform Ohio Civil Asset Forfeiture Law

Carrying a large amount of cash is risky. The fear of theft or losing the money is palpable, but new, unlikely culprits have emerged -- culprits with a badge and a gun. In recent years, thousands of people nationwide have forfeited large amounts of cash and other property seized by the police without an arrest, a trial, or a conviction. Known as "civil asset forfeiture," the practice allows law enforcement… Read more

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