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Crash In Garrett

A pick-up truck crashes into a home in Garrett on West 5th Avenue. Officials tell reporters the vehicle hit the front of the house, breaking the brick exterior and a window. No injuries were reported. The investigation into the accident is underway at this hour by both state and local …

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Drug Seizure In Delta

A Delta home is searched for suspicion of narcotics trafficking. Officers executed a search warrant at 108 Jefferson St. Officials say an investigation led officers to believe that the resident of the house was selling drugs. An undetermined amount of narcotics, paraphernalia and cash are seized by police. Charges will …

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Break In On 109

Authorities are investigating a theft on State Highway 109 in Delta. Officers say someone broke into a semi-truck. A CB radio and microphone; a frame crank; a safety ladder and more are taken. Total value of the stolen items is around 27 hundred dollars. Anyone with information on the theft …

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Animal Abuse Bill Awaits To Be Signed

A bill in Indiana, heading to Governor Eric Holcomb’s desk, puts the spotlight on giving animal abusers tougher penalties. House Bill 1615 passed unanimously in the senate. If Governor Holcomb signs the bill, it’ll go in effect this July.

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Court Date Set For Shepherd

A judge has set a trial date for a Rochester woman accused of hitting and killing three children with a pickup truck as they crossed a highway to board a school bus. The Oct. 5 trial date for Alyssa Shepherd was set during a closed pretrial hearing. Shepherd has pleaded …

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Work Trickles Down In Lordstown

A small contingent of workers has finished making replacement parts at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, where production ended in March. The idling of the assembly facility outside Youngstown has resulted in the elimination of 1,700 union jobs. Around 100 workers remain inside the plant with more layoffs looming.

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OD Averted

A woman is found overdosed on a Bryan street. The victim was walking her dog…she was located lying on the grass between the street and the sidewalk on North Allen St. CPR, then the drug naloxone is used to get the woman conscious again. She was taken to Community Hospitals, …

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Teen Saved By Police

A sex trafficking victim is saved by area officers. Troopers from the Swanton Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol make an arrest during a routine traffic stop on the Ohio Turnpike. They pulled over Juan Pedraza…a 15-year-old girl was in the car, too. Both were from Central America, so …

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WC Deps Want Cooper

Williams County deputies want Joshua Cooper for disappearing after a three-count felony drug possession indictment. In February, Cooper was charged with aggravated possession of methamphetamine and more. If you know Cooper’s whereabouts, county deputies want you to give them a call.

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Tax Goes Down

Efforts to put a multi-county special education and security funding proposal on the ballot in various districts in the four-county area is officially shelved by the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center. The school funding levy was hoped to generate about $500,000 a year for each district.

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