The traffic stop starts off normally until the western Ohio deputy realizes his cruiser is drifting into the intersection.
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The 37-year-old could face up to 20 years in prison along with a fine of up to $250,000.
Officers say a home in the 400 block of Vine Street was burglarized Wednesday evening.
Several local Sears locations have also closed within the past year.
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The company will provide a replacement chest clip to owners of affected seats, free of charge.
She allegedly used “sex games” to entice the children into performing sexual acts, WKRG News in Alabama learned.
Forbes’ ranking of 30 two-year trade schools in the U.S. highlights schools that can get students closer to a high-paying job.
All driver and photo centers will transition to the new cards by the end of October.
Police received tips that the driver of a black Nissan was selling meth at two East Liverpool businesses.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The victim said the two forced their way into her home and started beating her.
A neighbor called to report the truck, which was parked in a wooded area in West Farmington.
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James Echement became the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley’s executive director in 2012.
A grill caught fire last August, damaging the Corral Drive-In.
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The Columbiana County Drug Task Force, with help from Salem police, searched a home on Hawley Street.
The child had been a student in the 48-year-old teacher’s classroom prior to the inappropriate relationship starting.
Highway Patrol said the semi-truck hit the roadway painter truck, which had two workers standing on its rear platform.
The suspect, who police said wrote a fake check for nearly $73,000, was arrested in North Carolina.
Investigators said the 65-year-old was cutting grass along the pond’s edge and his riding lawn mower fell in.