Ohio Sen. Kris Jordan (R-Powell) believes Delaware County Sheriff Walter L. Davis III tried to “ruin his political career,” and that someone in the sheriff’s office ordered deputies that investigated a domestic incident at the lawmaker’s home to trump up the criminal investigation against him, according to documents released by the sheriff’s office Wednesday. Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien has asked the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation to see if the claim has any merit.
Aug 25 2011 | Posted in Current News
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An Orange Township park board member was selected Tuesday evening to finish a township trustee term that expires in 2013. Christopher Masciola of Lewis Center was selected from a field of 12 applicants, including Katy Barricklow, Jeremy Brisson, David Eby, Scott Galloway, Marilyn Hoff, Richard Meyer, Lynda Petty, Bob Ruhlman, Deborah Taranto, Michael Wiens and Kenneth Yarnell.
Ethan Callif, a driver for UPS, was traveling his normal delivery route in Liberty Township around 10:45 a.m. Thursday when he noticed a Honda Accord half submerged in a retention pond on the northwest corner of Sawmill Road and Presidential Parkway. He could see the driver, a 28-year-old Worthington woman, struggling to escape. He quickly pulled his truck to the side of the road and dove into the water, boots and all. Califf, 33, of Hilliard, pulled the woman out through the passenger window. She later told medics she was afraid and couldn’t swim. Her car ended up submerged in the pond, estimated to be between 10 and 20 feet deep, after a collision at the nearby intersection with a Chevy Malibu.
Choosing to punt until negotiations with other sheriff’s union employees are complete, Delaware County commissioners on Monday rejected a contract with the union that represents 14 supervisors in the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office.
NEW YORK — Former IMF leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn walked out of court without bail and free from house arrest Friday after prosecutors acknowledged there were questions about the credibility of the hotel housekeeper who accused him of sexual assault.
Jul 1 2011 | Posted in AP News
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From regulating sales to lowering fat content in flavored milk, two pending state laws have proposed wide-reaching changes for school districts. Olentangy Board of Education recently discussed this legislation, highlighting potential changes in produce as well as prices.