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Hollstein In Court

A Toledo man is sentenced in a Fulton County courtroom. Gary Hollstein, previously pled guilty to identity fraud. County Prosecutor, Scott Haselman handled the case. Judge, Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Hollstein to one year of community control. He ordered Hollstein to serve 30 days in CCNO…pay prosecution costs…successfully complete the Fulton …

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No Fireworks In Wauseon

The City of Wauseon announces it will not be holding fireworks over the Independence Day weekend because of COVID-19 restrictions. Officials say they can’t put on the show, slated for July 3 at Biddle Park…mass gathering rules in place for coronavirus brings too many problems. The plan now is to …

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Shooting Proposal By DeWine

All shootings by Ohio police officers and any deaths of individuals in custody would be investigated by independent agencies, under a proposal announced by Gov. DeWine. As part of the proposal, the State Highway Patrol, which is under DeWine’s direct supervision, will no longer investigate its own shootings. DeWine also …

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Mohre Endorsed By Chiefs

The Williams County Police Chief’s Association endorses former interim county sheriff, Gary Mohre’s write-in candidacy for sheriff in the November 3 general election. In addition to Stryker, the association includes the police chiefs of Bryan, Montpelier, Edgerton, Pioneer, Edon, West Unity and Blakeslee. Mohre was appointed interim sheriff on March …

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North Building Upgrades Sought

Officials say the City of Bryan is planning to spend thousands of dollars to improve the entrance at the Don North Municipal Building. The estimated cost of the project is $125,000. Funds are available in the Municipal Court budget to pay for the work, but the city is also seeking …

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Yost Joins Suit

Ohio Attorney General, Dave Yost joins a coalition of 51 states and territories in filing a lawsuit involving an alleged widespread conspiracy by drug manufacturers. The suit alleges the company’s efforts were intended to artificially inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition and unreasonably restrain trade for generic topical drugs sold …

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Bad Crash South Of Bryan

A Defiance man is badly hurt in a crash south of Bryan, at the intersection of highways 6 and 127. Officials say Gilbert Garza was driving a semi, east on 6. Larry Sparks of Defiance, was heading southbound on 127. Apparently, Garza failed to stop at the intersection…his vehicle was …

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Tietje Cast Update

Insiders say a plea deal is expected in the case of a former Napoleon police officer, charged with three felony counts of unlawful sex with a minor. At a pretrial hearing in Williams County, special prosecutor Jennifer Reed and the defense team both told the court a resolution is within …

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One Hurt In Crash

Alcohol and drug use is suspected after a car hits a home Ohio 66, south of Paulding County Road 166 in Brown Township. Anthony Baxter of Payne, was northbound on 66 when he drove off the right side of the roadway, into a bean field. Then, the vehicle struck the …

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Masks To Be Worn In LC

Health officials in LaGrange County are now requiring residents to wear face coverings in public in an effort to flatten a sharp rise in coronavirus cases. The masks must be worn in indoor areas open to the public, including on public transportation or van transports. In outdoor public areas where …

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