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Dangerfield Indicted In WC

Ryan Dangerfield is indicted by a Williams County grand jury on murder charges and more…in connection to the stabbing death of Dylan Bible in Bryan on June 23 at a Bryan motel. Dangerfield faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

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Oberlin Gets Over Four Years

A man is sentenced to prison in Defiance County for his involvement in a drug transaction that led to a woman’s overdose death more than three years ago. Daniel Oberlin pled no contest to involuntary manslaughter, and drug trafficking. Oberlin was given a 54-month prison term.

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Palladino Trial Begins

The arson trial of Stephen Palladino begins in Defiance County. Palladino is accused of starting a 2018 fire at his ex-wife’s home in Highland Township. The fire severely damaged the home, which Jennifer Palladino, her son and pet dog had left before it broke out. The trial began with opening …

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Another Area Drowning Under Investigation

First responders in Hillsdale Township are investigating another drowning in the tri-state area. This time, crews were called to South Sand Lake. The victim, identified as Raymond Gibson, age 62, went into the water, witnesses say…and then went out of sight. The Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Department Dive Team found Gibson’s …

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Edon Energy Plan Clears Hurdle

The Edon Village Council votes to move ahead with a plan that will turn the village into an energy district, which, officials say, would open up loan opportunities for local businesses. Village Administrator, Chad Ordway brought the plan to the council.

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Business Deductions Slows Budget Negotiations

Gov. DeWine says Ohio’s upcoming two-year budget should retain a business deduction that’s become a sticking point in ongoing negotiations. Legislative leaders missed the June 30 deadline for approving the $69 billion spending plan and approved a 17-day temporary budget instead. It’s unclear if they’re in a position to pass …

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Support For Ride Inspectors Grows

The governor supports efforts to increase the number of state amusement ride inspectors. Ride safety has drawn increased attention after a 2017 accident at the Ohio State Fair killed a young man, thrown from a ride. A young woman who was among the injured died more than a year later. …

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Jeanette W. Dillon, 94

Jeanette W. Dillon, age 94, of Edon, Ohio, died at 12:51 P.M. on Monday, July 15, 2019, at Hillside Country Living near Bryan, Ohio, where she was a resident. Mrs. Dillon was a 1942 graduate of Edon High School and was employed by Pittsfield of Indiana for many years until …

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Oberlin Gets Four Years

Daniel Oberlin, the Defiance man is sentenced to four years in prison for providing drugs that caused a woman to die in an overdose. Oberlin pled no contest to involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors say Oberlin gave the Defiance woman drugs in a 2016 incident. In another Defiance County case, they say …

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Dangerfield Back In Town

Ryan Dangerfield, the Michigan man charged with voluntary manslaughter was in a Bryan courtroom. As we reported, he was extradited from Hillsdale, in connection to the June 23 stabbing death of Dylan Bible at a Bryan area motel. Bond was set at $2 million dollars. The case will be assigned …

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