Girard Police say David Foltz, 34, is a multi-state offender and was apprehended quickly.
No agency collects data showing how many people suffocate as a result of being restrained face-down nationally.
The inmates – one of whom is an alleged killer – were last seen before dawn Friday.
Another person trying to dig out their vehicle found the running car.
Another emergency manager, Louis Schimmel, defended Earley, saying bruised feelings are unavoidable.
He is survived by his wife, Lisa-Margaret Stevenson Bryan, his two daughters.
Kent State University faculty voted overwhelmingly in favor of the pact.
Most shoplifting involves repeat offenders, with four out of five cases perpetrated by suspects with criminal records.
Charles Ramsey will be a senior adviser to the department and will help “guide civil rights reforms.”
Most escaped, but two horses were not able to make it out and died.
The possibility of a gas leak led to the evacuation of more than a dozen homes in Kenai.
A teenager sledding behind an all-terrain vehicle was hit by a truck and killed Friday, Ohio State Highway Patrol said.
Supporters say the goal of the week is to raise awareness of effective education options for children.
OSU President Michael Drake says the grants will go to about 15,700 undergraduates next year.
Airlines have cancelled more than 10,000 flights since Friday.
Chloe Toman lives about two miles away from DC’s monuments and memorials.
The pamphlet contains information about how to protect yourself from lead exposure, but the distribution date is listed as January 15th.
No one was inside the apartment on Glenwood Ave. at the time of the accident.
Police say the vehicle was still in drive, so they tapped on the window to wake up the driver.
Hermitage Police were unable to find the suspect who robbed a pizza delivery driver of two bottles of soda, two pizzas and a small amount of…
Lee said he would skip the Feb. 28 Academy Awards and go to the Knicks game instead.
Police arrested the man for DUI after he collided with a tractor-trailer on E. State St./SR 62.