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5 injured in ohio group home stabbing attack


toledo, ohio — police say five people have been injured in a stabbing attack at a group home in ohio by a woman who allegedly was removed from the home for being disruptive.toledo police say the woman returned to the home thursday afternoon after being removed a day earlier. they say she grabbed a butcher knife from the kitchen and attacked several residents. the house caretaker also was stabbed in the attack. police say the woman then ran away.all five victims were taken to a hospital. police say two of the victims were hospitalized in serious condition. the other three have injuries that are not life-threatening.police later found the suspect and arrested her. she's charged with five counts of felonious assault.






former ohio state running back gets probation for ault


columbus, ohio — a former ohio state university running back who was accused of aulting his then- friend last july has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor ault charge and received two years of probation.the columbus dispatch (http://bit.ly/2ko1e3b ) reports 23-year-old bri'onte dunn was sentenced monday in municipal court in columbus. a domestic violence charge was dismissed under the plea arran ent, and he was ordered to stay away from the woman while on probation.a message seeking comment was left tuesday for his attorney.the athlete from alliance, ohio, was accused of repeatedly hitting the woman in the head and face at her apartment.the fifth-year senior was dismissed from ohio state's football program before the season for violating team rules.






ohio woman pleads not guilty to recorded sex acts with dog


warren, ohio — an ohio woman has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of having sex with a dog that authorities say was recorded on video.thirty-three-year-old amber finney entered the plea monday in warren municipal court. she was arrested sunday after workers at a drugstore recognized her and called 911. an arrest warrant had been issued in january, after police learned about the video.finney's newly assigned public defender couldn't immediately be reached for comment tuesday.warren, 55 miles (89 kilometers) east of cleveland, last year became the first ohio city enact a bestiality law. a similar state law took effect last month.wkbn-tv reports (http://bit.ly/2ouwico ) finney told officers the video was a fake and that she had been drugged with something slipped into her drink.






police say alleged ohio burglar broke in, made self at home


youngstown, ohio — police say an ohio burglar made himself at home in houses he broke into by cooking and showering before leaving.authorities in youngstown say the 33-year-old homeless man brought his own food to cook during break-ins.the vindicator reports urday (http://bit.ly/2jpwzlo ) the man was charged with burglary and breaking and entering.police say the man was arrested after a woman arrived home from work about 12:15 a.m. wednesday and found her kitchen ransacked with food all over and her stove used.police reports say the woman heard running water upstairs and found a man in her shower.






ohio police: man holding woman by neck is killed by officer


canton, ohio — police say an officer responding to a 911 call in ohio shot and killed a man who was holding an 18-year-old woman by the neck.canton's police chief says the man refused to let go and moved like he was going to hurt the woman before an officer shot him in the head early wednesday.police identified the man as 24-year-old hayden stutz. police chief bruce lawver says stutz had said several times that he had a pistol and he didn't care what happened.the repository (http://bit.ly/2qctenf ) reports no gun was found.court records say stutz was released from jail monday and due in court wednesday on a disorderly conduct charge.police in north canton say stutz was arrested monday at a park where he was challenging people to fight.






police kill driver after chase of vehicle with woman, 3 kids


strongsville, ohio — authorities say an ohio police officer has fatally shot a driver after a high-speed chase of a vehicle with a woman and three children inside.an ohio attorney general's office spokeswoman says a strongsville police officer fired at least one shot at the end of a pursuit early tuesday on interstate 71 in medina (meh-dy'-nuh) county, killing the man. the woman and children weren't injured.it's unclear whether the man was inside or outside the vehicle when he was killed.the spokeswoman says the chase began around 2:30 a.m. with an attempted traffic stop in strongsville, a cuyahoga county community 20 miles south of cleveland. two strongsville police cruisers were damaged, but no officers were hurt.the attorney general's bureau of criminal investigation has been asked to i






authorities: woman admits breaking into amish homes in ohio


chardon, ohio (ap) — authorities say a woman confessed to burglaries against the amish in northeast ohio after detectives arrested her and found jars of loose change, cash and other items in her vehicle.the geauga (jee-aw’-guh) county sheriff says detectives stopped the vehicle last week after a burglary victim reported the license plate information. investigators say 39-year-old lisa bishop confessed to burglaries in ashtabula (ash-tuh-byoo’-luh), geauga, portage and trumbull counties but didn’t provide a motive or explain why she targeted the religious sect that shuns many modern conveniences.at least a dozen burglaries are under investigation. one man tells wjw-tv that his wife’s purses were taken from their home and his children had trouble sleeping afterward.bishop is charged with bur






cops: woman shot in victoria's secret pink in fight over man


columbus, ohio — police in ohio say one woman shot another woman in a victoria's secret pink store full of shoppers, apparently because of a fight over a man.columbus police say the injured 23-year-old woman was hospitalized in stable condition with a chest wound after the thursday afternoon shooting.deputy chief thomas quinlan tells the columbus dispatch the women had "bad blood" between them before they had an unexpected encounter at a pink store, part of the corporate family that includes victoria's secret. the shooting occurred in an upstairs room of the store at the popular easton town center shopping area, which prohibits firearms.police say the 22-year-old woman who fired was jailed on a felonious assault charge.wsyx-tv reports that pink says it prioritizes safety and is cooperating






ohio woman's family files lawsuit against outdoor park


columbus, ohio — the family of an ohio woman who died after contracting a brain-eating amoeba has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a north carolina outdoor recreational park.the family of 18-year-old lauren seitz filed the federal lawsuit monday in columbus, ohio, against the u.s. national whitewater center in charlotte, north carolina.seitz died in june 2016 from meningoencephalitis, a disease caused by the amoeba naegleria fowleri (nuh-gleer'-ee-uh fow'-lur-ee). the lawsuit says seitz contracted the amoeba after she was thrown overboard while whitewater rafting at the park.the lawsuit claims the center failed to properly chlorinate the water, failed to regulate the temperature of the water and failed to warn visitors of the possible danger.the family is seeking punitive damages of






ohio woman testifies neighbor said "i love you" before trapping her in pit


wilmington, ohio - an ohio woman who authorities found trapped in a small pit in a neighbor's shed testified in court thursday that the man told her he loved her as he closed the shed door.the woman testified at a hearing for dennis dunn in clinton county municipal court. dunn, 45, was arrested april 26 on a charge of kidnapping when police found the woman after someone reported hearing cries from the shed in blanchester, about 40 miles northeast of cincinnati.police have said she may have been trapped about four hours.dunn's lawyer, james hartke, said thursday that no plea has been entered, but that he does not believe dunn is guilty of kidnapping. the judge sent the case to the county common pleas court, and it's expected to go before a grand jury.hartke has said he believes dunn suffers






church hands out opioid reversal drug at family festival


cincinnati — some people have questioned an ohio church's decision to hand out the opioid reversal drug naloxone at a family festival.wlwt-tv reports (http://bit.ly/2rwbiue ) holy family catholic church in cincinnati's east price hill neighborhood partnered with the ohio attorney general's office to distribute nearly 70 overdose kits last weekend.parish operations manager jeremy bouer said providing the kits was the right thing to do because people need to be equipped to save lives when someone overdoses.not everyone agrees. one woman at the festival said it was an inappropriate setting and sends the wrong message to drug users. another woman said the church should help those in need.naloxone has become widely available in recent years as the opioid epidemic has taken root in ohio, killing






the latest: man accused of holding woman to appear in court


blanchester, ohio — the latest on a woman found in a pit in her neighbor's shed (all times local):4:30 p.m.police say an ohio man accused of kidnapping a neighbor and keeping her trapped in a small pit is set to appear in court thursday on a felony charge of kidnapping.blanchester police chief scott reinbolt says dennis dunn was arrested wednesday after police found the woman, who had been reported missing by her mother around 2 a.m.police say officers responding to neighbors' calls of a woman crying about 4 a.m. found her crouching in a pit about 2 feet wide by 2 feet long and about 3 1/2 feet deep in a shed behind dunn's house.reinbolt says neighbors told police dunn might possess an assault rifle but he "nonchalantly" came out of the front door and was arrested without incident.dunn is






police: pregnant ohio woman dead in suspected murder-suicide


medina, ohio (ap) — police say a northeast ohio man apparently fatally shot his pregnant girlfriend at her home before killing himself, leaving a gruesome scene discovered by the woman’s mother and son.medina (meh-dy’-nuh) police say 36-year-old julie young and 43-year-old cedric jones were found dead monday afternoon.police lt. dave birckbichler tells the akron beacon journal that the pair reportedly had a volatile, on-and-off relationship and investigators were trying to figure out where that stood. birckbichler says the deaths left young’s family with many questions, but it’s basically a closed case for police.young’s father, philip duke, tells cleveland.com that his daughter was a caring mother of two boys from a previous relationship and that her boyfriend didn’t want to have a baby.m






agency had open case for woman accused of shooting her kids


dayton, ohio — a child welfare agency in southwest ohio says it has an existing case for the family that saw a mother shoot two of her children in the head.the 30-year-old mother has been jailed since her arrest shortly after the shootings thursday in dayton. an 8-year-old girl and a 6-year-old boy remain in critical condition. an 11-year-old daughter who was home at the time wasn't injured.police say the woman put the two children on the front lawn after shooting them inside the house, where a gun was recovered.prosecutors have not yet filed criminal charges against her. the dayton police chief said thursday the woman may have mental health problems.a statement friday from montgomery county children services says the agency is "truly disturbed" by the shootings.






fingerprints lead to arrest in 1985 slaying of ohio woman


columbus, ohio — authorities say fingerprints obtained in 2015 have led to the arrest and indictment of a man in the fatal shooting of a central ohio woman in the mid-1980s.the columbus dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/2pljfov ) the franklin county prosecutor's office in columbus announced monday that 63-year-old douglas krumlauf has been charged with aggravated murder in the slaying of 24-year-old sharla spangler.prosecutors say spangler was last seen leaving a lounge in the columbus suburb of gahanna in january 1985. employees notified authorities when they noticed her empty car, with the engine running, in the parking lot. her body was found in a vacant gas station parking lot.prosecutors say fingerprints from an unrelated arrest matched prints found in spangler's death.court records don






woman found in grave-like pit after cries for help


blanchester, ohio, woman found alive after neighbors heard her cries and called police.        






woman's sassy obit warns people to wait to claim her stuff


columbus, ohio — relatives of a 91-year-old ohio woman who died this week are giving her the last word with a sassy, occasionally profane obituary that starts with the basics — "i was born. i lived. i died." — and instructs people to "wait the appropriate amount of time" before trying to claim her stuff.they wrote it in jean oddi's perspective, recapping the people important to her, adventures she had and her favorite activities, including playing cards and teaching her granddaughter "dirty songs."her daughter, casey oddi clark, tells the columbus dispatch (http://bit.ly/2loholc ) the obituary celebrates a blunt woman who lived unapologetically.it also promises an "after-party" following the funeral but warns: "if you are sick, don't bother to come. i might be dead, but i still don't want






cop shot driver after high-speed chase of van carrying kids


strongsville, ohio (ap) — a man driving a van with a woman and three children inside led police on a high-speed chase in ohio before he was stopped, reached down to light a cigarette and was fatally shot by an officer, according to a police dispatch log.the tuesday chase began in strongsville, about 20 miles south of downtown cleveland, and ended in medina county after the van went across spike strips laid across interstate 71. the county coroner identified the driver as 37-year-old roy evans jr.wjw-tv reported that the woman was evans’ girlfriend and that the children belonged to the couple. the woman and children were not injured.ohio attorney general’s office spokeswoman jill del greco said thursday that no weapons were found in the van during a search by the ohio bureau of criminal inv






justices turn away appeal over ohio ballot law


washington — the supreme court won't hear an appeal of an ohio law that changed the standards for absentee and provisional ballots in ways that critics said posed an illegal burden on minority voters.the justices on monday left in place a lower court ruling that had blocked rules requiring precise completion of the ballots, but upheld other changes that reduced the time voters could cure errors and prohibited poll worker assistance.advocates for the homeless and the ohio democratic party sued ohio's elections chief over the changes.ohio officials argued that the changes passed by ohio's republican-led legislature in 2014 were reasonable, nondiscriminatory and impose minimal burden on voters.






feminist icon gloria steinem adored, reviled in divided ohio


columbus, ohio (ap) — gloria steinem says her work advocating for reproductive freedom and women’s rights doesn’t make her “pro-abortion.”the feminist icon spoke to the associated press tuesday ahead of her appearance at a centennial gala fundraiser for planned parenthood, the abortion and women’s health care provider whose government grants have been targeted by some republicans.while sponsors of the gala shelled out up to $50,000 to attend the event where steinem was featured, ohio right to life labeled her a “radical pro-abortion icon” and called planned parenthood a de-humanizing organization.steinem says she’s accustomed to being both admired and reviled — including in ohio, her politically divided home state — but that “no one is pro-abortion.” she says it’s about whether a woman and






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toledo, ohio, allows golf carts on downtown streets


toledo, ohio — an ohio city is going to allow golf carts and other low-speed vehicles on downtown streets and two residential neighborhoods.toledo's city council approved the plan and, starting in april, drivers who are at least 16 and hold a valid license will be able to take golf carts onto toledo's streets.toledo has about 280,000 residents.a few cities and several resort-type communities around ohio already allow golf carts on city streets.under ohio law, golf carts may be legal within specific parameters and with safety features added. they must be titled, licensed and insured like any other vehicle.






police say car that killed 2 ohio girls drifted across line


akron, ohio — authorities say the car that struck four young people on an ohio street, leaving two girls dead, drifted over a line before the accident.two 14-year-old girls were killed and a 15-year-old boy was seriously hurt in the collision sunday afternoon in coventry township, just south of akron.summit county sheriff's office spokesman bill holland says the driver has been identified as a 24-year-old woman from nearby new franklin, and charges are pending.holland says the children were walking on the right side of the road when a car drifted across the white line known as the "fog line" and struck them.a neighbor told wews-tv that youth headed to a store or park nearby often walk in the roadway along that stretch because it doesn't have sidewalks.






9-year-old called 911 to report driver using heroin


paula smith, 41, was charged with endangering children, operating a vehicle under the influence, refusal of a chemical test and possession of an open container. a 9-year-old who was in the back seat of smith's car saturday, march 18, 2017, called 911 to say a woman had been snorting heroin behind the wheel, cincinnati police said.(photo: hamilton county (ohio) sheriff's office via the cincinnati enquirer) 222 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — a 9-year-old called police over the weekend to report an ohio woman had been snorting heroin behind the wheel, police said.paula smith, 41, of batavia, ohio, was charged with endangering children, operating a vehicle under the influence, refusal of a chemical test and possession of an open container, according to court documents.cincinnati police s






9-year-old called 911 to report driver using heroin


paula smith, 41, was charged with endangering children, operating a vehicle under the influence, refusal of a chemical test and possession of an open container. a 9-year-old who was in the back seat of smith's car saturday, march 18, 2017, called 911 to say a woman had been snorting heroin behind the wheel, cincinnati police said.(photo: hamilton county (ohio) sheriff's office via the cincinnati enquirer) 269 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — a 9-year-old called police over the weekend to report an ohio woman had been snorting heroin behind the wheel, police said.paula smith, 41, of batavia, ohio, was charged with endangering children, operating a vehicle under the influence, refusal of a chemical test and possession of an open container, according to court documents.cincinnati police s






fire officials: 7 people killed in fire at ohio home


akron, ohio — a fire chief says seven people have died in a northeast ohio house fire.akron fire chief clarence tucker didn't say how many of the dead are children or adults. he spoke at a news conference outside the home in akron, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of cleveland.neighbors and a relative have said there were children inside the home where a fire was reported shortly before 3 a.m. monday.tucker says the akron fire department is working with the state fire marshal's office and akron police to determine the cause of the blaze. a fire marshal's official says investigators have collected evidence.the fire occurred just a block from a home where a man and a woman died in an april 2016 fire investigated as a possible arson.






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ohio police: man holding woman by neck is killed by officer


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prosecutor: woman gave autistic daughter lethal insulin dose


eastlake, ohio — an ohio woman has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter after prosecutors say she gave her autistic 21-year-old daughter a fatal dose of insulin and did not call for help.the news-herald (http://bit.ly/2pyvgwl ) reports sandra speck, of eastlake, pleaded guilty monday and will be sentenced june 19. prosecutor rocco dipierro says he'll recommend that she serve no more than four years.dipierro says speck's daughter, mindy, was prone to violent outbursts and was particularly aggressive the day she died. he says speck gave her insulin because her blood sugar was too high, but then gave her additional doses when she would not calm down.speck says she fell asleep beside her unconscious daughter before she could give her a soft drink to counteract the insulin. she called pol






officials: mom tapes son to chair, takes other child to swim


youngstown, ohio — authorities say an ohio woman has been charged criminally for duct taping her 11-year-old son to a chair before taking another child swimming.thirty-two-year-old susan malysa, of boardman township, remains jailed after a court appearance tuesday for felony child endangering.boardman township police say they arrested malysa on monday at a ymca after a relative went to her home and found the boy in the home's basement, bound to the chair with his mouth taped shut. police say the child was cold and shaking.a police report notes a previous report from april 2016 alleging that the child told a school counselor a woman had hit him with a hammer to discipline him.relatives have custody of the children.court records don't indicate if malysa has an attorney.






man charged with keeping neighbor in pit is held on $1m bond


wilmington, ohio — an ohio man accused of kidnapping a neighbor and keeping her trapped in a small pit has been ordered held on $1 million bond.a municipal court judge in wilmington set bond thursday for 45-year-old dennis dunn, who participated via video from jail.a public defender was appointed to represent dunn, who was arrested wednesday when police found the woman after receiving calls about cries from a shed behind dunn's home in blanchester, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) northeast of cincinnati.police found the woman in a pit inside the shed about two hours after she was reported missing. she was treated at a hospital and released.dunn couldn't be reached for comment in jail. a message seeking comment on his behalf was left at the public defender's office.






appeals court rejects ohio's new lethal injection process


columbus, ohio — a federal appeals court has rejected ohio's new three-drug lethal injection process as the state struggles to resume executions.the 6th u.s. circuit court of appeals in cincinnati in a 2-1 decision thursday ruled the state's proposed use of a contested sedative called midazolam (mih-day'-zoh-lam) unconstitutional.the court also said the state's decision to use two other drugs in the process that ohio abandoned years ago prevents the reintroduction of their use.the ruling is a blow to the state, which hopes to execute several condemned killers beginning next month.a spokesman for the ohio attorney general's office says options include asking for a full appeals court review or an appeal to the u.s. supreme court.






great lakes fund has aided ohio's algae fight, river cleanup


toledo, ohio — a great lakes cleanup program that may be on the trump administration's chopping block has funded work in ohio to slow down lake erie's toxic algae.the great lakes restoration initiative also has aided the cleanup of northern ohio's rivers and paid for habitat and wetland restoration along the lake shore.a draft of the environmental protection agency's budget proposal obtained by the associated press shows the great lakes fund is one of several programs targeted for big cuts.but the budget plan isn't set yet and will eventually need congressional approval.several members of ohio's delegation say they'll fight to keep the great lakes funding.supporters point out it has paid for projects that help ohio farmers reduce the field runoff that feeds the lake's algae.






appeals court rejects ohio's new lethal injection process


ohio executionskiichiro sato / associated presslarry greene, public information director of the southern ohio correctional facility, demonstrates how a curtain is pulled between the death chamber and witness room at a prison in lucasville, ohio, in november 2005.larry greene, public information director of the southern ohio correctional facility, demonstrates how a curtain is pulled between the death chamber and witness room at a prison in lucasville, ohio, in november 2005. (kiichiro sato / associated press)






justices will hear ohio appeal over purging voter rolls


washington — the supreme court will decide whether ohio wrongfully purged eligible voters from the state's registration list.the justices on tuesday agreed to hear an appeal from state officials defending the process against challengers who say it's illegal.civil liberties groups had challenged the state's program for removing thousands of people from voter rolls based on their failure to vote in recent elections. a federal appeals court ruled last year that the process violates the national voter registration act.ohio officials argue that the process used by ohio for more than 20 years is constitutional and fully complies with state and federal laws.groups challenging the practice said ohio was unfairly disenfranchising eligible ohio voters.






authorities id 2 ohio girls struck and killed by car


akron, ohio (ap) — authorities have identified two 14-year-old girls who were killed when a car struck them and a 15-year-old boy in ohio over the weekend.the summit county sheriff’s office says taylor galloway, of akron, and amber thoma, of coventry township, were hit sunday afternoon in coventry township, just south of akron. galloway died at the scene, and thoma died later at a hospital.the boy, also from coventry township, was seriously injured. his condition wasn’t immediately available.authorities say the children were walking on the right side of the road when a car drifted across the white line known as the “fog line” and struck them.most read storiessale! get 90% off digital access.the sheriff’s office has said that the driver was identified as a 24-year-old woman from nearby new






gut wins downhill as vonn crashes for 2nd straight day


cortina d'ampezzo, italy — defending overall world cup champion lara gut won her first downhill of the season urday while lindsey vonn crashed for the second consecutive day.gut finished 0.05 seconds ahead of sofia goggia of italy and 0.47 in front of ilka stuhec of slovenia.gut was competing in the final downhill before her home world championships in st. moritz, switzerland."there's no better way to enter worlds," gut said.the victory reduced gut's deficit in the overall standings behind american leader mikaela shiffrin to 30 points.vonn lost control and slammed into the safety netting in the same spot where she crashed in friday's training run."i'm ok. i'm a little sore but hopefully i'll be fine for tomorrow," the american said. "i just caught my edge, that's all."after collecting hers