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Published: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 4:15 PM
Updated: Monday, December 04, 2017 @ 4:48 PM
HAMLTON — UPDATE @ 4:42 p.m.:
Randy L. Rogers has been safely located, according to Hamilton police.
“His family is picking him up and tending to his immediate needs,” Hamilton Police Sgt. Brian Robinson said in a statement.
No further information was immediately available from police.
Hamilton police are asking for the public’s help in locating a critical missing person.
Hamilton police are looking for Randy L. Rogers, 59, who was last seen at 11:45 a.m. Monday at his residence on Dayspring Court.
He is described as a white man, 5-foot-10 and 215 pounds.
Police said Rogers has vascular dementia and takes numerous medications, which he does not have with him.
Rogers has experienced strokes in the past, which may lead him to be “extremely confused to the point that he may or may not know his own name or his address,” said Hamilton Police Sgt. Brian Robinson.
Rogers is also a diabetic and will be needing shots for this condition soon, he said.
Rogers does have a cell phone, but it is currently turned off, according to police.
Rogers left his residence in a 2012 black Chrysler 200, with Ohio license plate FXA4502.
If anyone has information about Rogers, or his vehicle, they are being asked to call 911 immediately or to contact their local police department.
Information can also be passed along to Butler County Dispatch at 513-785-1300 or the Hamilton Police Investigations division at 513-868-5811, ext. 2002.
Published: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 11:36 AM
Updated: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 5:36 PM
— Former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich told local Democrats that it is time to reclaim Ohio and start spending state resources on things that help everyone rather than tax cuts for the wealthy.
“I’m in the position to get in the game and say, ‘Look, this changes. We have to be fair to all Ohioans,’” said Kucinich, speaking to the South Dayton Democratic Club on Wednesday after announcing he is running for governor in the Democratic primary.
“We can’t meet our health care needs, our education needs, we cannot rebuild this state if all we’re doing is taking resources of the state and giving it to a select few that already is very wealthy.”
Kucinich, a former mayor of Cleveland, announced he would join the already-crowded Democratic field during a Wednesday rally at Middleburg Heights in Cuyahoga County.
He pledged to focus on fighting poverty and violence and to promote economic opportunity the arts and education, according to the Associated Press.
Later he traveled to Columbus and then spoke to the South Dayton Democratic Club at the West Carrollton branch of the Dayton Metro Library.
Kucinich outlined his plans to raise the minimum wage, improve infrastructure and establish a non-profit broadband internet public utility.
“I could win this election. I may be the only Democrat who can win because I have the ability to reach out, because I don’t polarize. Because I know the aspirations of people without regard to party,” Kucinich said during an interview after he spoke to Democrats at the West Carrollton branch of the Dayton Metro Library.
Kucinich, who ran unsuccessfully for president in 2004 and 2008, believes he can bring Democrats who voted for President Donald Trump back to the fold.
“When I look at my own congressional district the Democrats who went for Trump were concerned about trade, were concerned about war, were concerned about corruption in the government and the Democratic Party lost them. I can reach back to them and bring them back,” Kucinich said.
Democratic candidate Connie Pillich welcomes Kucinich to the race, said Eric Goldman, campaign manager for Pillich, a former state representative from Cincinnati.
“With that said, there is nothing in Kucinich's record that would demonstrate an appeal to Trump voters, swing voters, or disaffected Republicans,” Goldman said. “The Connie Pillich-Scott Schertzer team is the only Democratic ticket in this primary that has a history of appealing to voters from across the aisle and a track record of winning tough campaigns.”
Kucinich, 71, lost his congressional seat in 2012 to U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, after the Republican redistricting of 2011 put the two Democrats in the same district. He enters the governor’s race relatively late but has been traveling the state over the last year denouncing public funding for charter schools and in support of state Issue 2, the prescription drug ballot issue that failed in November.
With the Feb. 7 filing deadline for the May 8 primary approaching, the Democratic and Republican fields are solidifying.
Last week Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley withdrew from the Democratic primary and threw her support behind Richard Cordray, former director of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and a former Ohio treasurer and attorney general. Cordray’s running mate is former U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton of Akron.
Also in the race are former state representative Connie Pillich of Cincinnati, who has not picked a running mate; state Sen. Joe Schiavoni of Boardman, who is running with Ohio Board of Education member Stephanie Dodd; and Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill, whose running mate is Chantelle E. Lewis, a Lorain elementary school principal.
The ballot is less crowded on the Republican side where Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and his running mate, Secretary of State Jon Husted, are opposed by Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and running mate Nathan Estruth, a Cincinnati businessman.
“We welcome Mr. Kucinich to the race. Our campaign looks forward to taking on whichever Democrat emerges from their crowded primary,” said Ryan Stubenrauch, campaign spokesperson for DeWine/Husted. “Mike DeWine and Jon Husted have the vision and plan to lead Ohio boldly into the future bringing more high-paying jobs, solving the opioid crisis and securing economic prosperity for all of Ohio.”
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 5:10 PM
Updated: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 5:42 PM
MIAMISBURG — UPDATE @ 5:35 p.m.
According to an employee, a male came into the Boost Moblie Store and punched a female clerk leaving her unconscious. The suspect then grabbed an IPhone and fled the scene. We will continue to update you with any new details.
Police are investigating after someone robbed the Boost Mobile store on North Springboro Pike Thursday afternoon.
Miamisburg officers responded to the store at 200 N. Springboro Pike around 3 p.m. on a reported robbery, according to dispatch records.
Reports to dispatch indicated an employee may have been assaulted during the incident, according to records.
Published: Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 10:29 PM
LOS ANGELES — Christina Aguilera delivered a tribute to the late Whitney Houston that only a vocalist of her caliber could do.
At Sunday night’s American Music Awards, Aguilera celebrated the 25th anniversary of Houston’s blockbuster movie “The Bodyguard” and its top-selling soundtrack.
Beginning her set in a black pantsuit and a singular spotlight, Aguilera sang the a capella opening of “I Will Always Love You,” transitioning to the big note before going into “I Have Nothing,” followed by “Run to You,” a song Houston herself has praised Aguilera for singing.
Assisted by a choir, Aguilera ended her tribute with “I’m Every Woman” recieving a standing ovation.
Watch the full performance below.
Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 5:39 PM
INDIANAPOLIS — After getting calls about mothers leaving their kids in freezing temperatures, police are warning parents not to leave their children in their vehicles.
A mother left her two young children in a car as she spoke with friends for more than 45 minutes, according to WXIN.
Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer Stephen Jones found an 11-year-old girl clutching her 2-year-old brother inside a Toyota Corolla around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Castleton Square Mall. The outside temperature was 8 degrees at the time, according to WXIN.
The girl told Jones she had the keys to the car but had turned it off. Jones asked her to turn on the car.
Jones went into the mall and found the 29-year-old mother speaking with a group of her friends in front of a store. She was very apologetic.
Jones filed a report with the Department of Child Services and warned the woman to never leave her children alone again, according to WISH.
Hours earlier, police had also responded to a call that a woman left her son, 4, and daughter, 7, in a car in freezing temperatures for more than an hour, according to WISH.