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Bryan PD Reports

An arrest in Bryan on a bench war­rant… 32 year old Devall Layvor Jr, of Toledo was picked up by Bryan cops on a bench war­rant out of Lucas County Court of Com­mon Pleas for fail­ing to appear. The orig­i­nal charge was for Child Sup­port. Layvor was taken to CCNO.

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Drug Bust In Defiance

A man from Detroit and a woman from Defi­ance were slammed behind bars fol­low­ing a brief pur­suit that hap­pened Thurs­day evening in Defi­ance. It alls started when offi­cers exe­cuted a search war­rant at a Napoleon motel, in which the two were allegedly run­ning a drug busi­ness out of. 26 year …

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Pedestrian Killed in Lucas County

The Ohio State High­way Patrol is inves­ti­gat­ing a fatal crash involv­ing a vehi­cle and a pedes­trian. It hap­pened Sun­day morn­ing just after 5 in Lucas County. 43 year old Tommy Rogers of Syl­va­nia, was walk­ing on the north side of U.S. 20 when he was struck by a vehi­cle dri­ven …

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“Strange Inheritance” In Defiance

The name of the show says it all … “Strange Inher­i­tance.“ A new real­ity show is fea­tur­ing an area city. “Strange Inher­i­tance” is the show, and it is now on Fox Busi­ness Net­work. One of the 26 new episodes is about Defi­ance. The new tv series trav­els to small towns …

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New School Detailed

The new 6th through 12th grade school in Bryan will be a 141,000 square foot facil­ity, that will house Bryan’s mid­dle school and high school stu­dents under one roof. Toledo News Now reports that the new, state of the art facil­ity, will cost $35 mil­lion to build and will be …

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Ponzi Scheme Case Settled. Huge Payback Required

The case has been set­tled… Nancy Jo Frazer and her hus­band David, along with Albert Rose­brock of Sher­wood, will have to pony up $108,000 to the state of Ohio for their involve­ment with a multi-million dol­lar inter­na­tional Ponzi scheme. Ohio Attor­ney Gen­eral Mike DeWine on Thurs­day, said the min­istry funds …

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Food Assistance Reportedly Up

It seems more peo­ple are now turn­ing to food pantries for assis­tance. Com­mu­nity Com­pas­sion, which nor­mally helps about 100 fam­i­lies monthly, reports that begin­ning back in Novem­ber, they started see­ing about 20 new fam­i­lies a month. And what is even more dis­turb­ing, is the fact that these new fam­i­lies are …

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New Leadership At North Central

The North Cen­tral Local Board of Edu­ca­tion met on Tues­day, and elected Craig McKarns pres­i­dent and Homer Hen­dricks vice pres­i­dent. At this week’s meet­ing, the board set the sched­ule for the rest of the year, agree­ing that the monthly meet­ings will be held on the third Tues­day of each month …

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Security Upgrades At Williams County Courthouse

Soon, vis­i­tors to the Williams County Cour­t­house will be required to walk through an elec­tronic body scan­ner. The walk-through full body scan­ner at the cour­t­house entrance is one of two new scan­ners pur­chased recently by the county. Another new scan­ner will be shared between the Com­mon Pleas and the Domes­tic …

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Sexting Can Lead To Serious Charges — Like It Or Not!

A cou­ple of high school sweet­hearts could soon find them­selves listed as reg­is­tered sex offend­ers if they send each other nude or sex­u­ally explicit pho­tos. The term is sex­ting, and it’s been brought to the fore­front due to an ongo­ing inves­ti­ga­tion involv­ing some stu­dents at Arch­bold High School. The Toledo …

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