West Carrollton school worker focus in student assault allegation

Published: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 @ 4:03 PM

West Carrollton school employee focus of student assault allegation

A West Carrollton City School District worker is the focus of an assault allegation lodged by the father of a Moraine elementary school student.

Marcus Harrison said he filed a police report Sunday, alleging a CF Holliday Elementary School intervention specialist on Friday grabbed his daughter by the arm after she said the child stole her snack.

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The specialist “grabbed her by her arm and basically squeezed her arm until she started crying,” Harrison said.

This news organization is not identifying the specialist, who has not been charged.

West Carrollton Superintendent Andrea Townsend said the school district is investigating the issue.

“Her job is to work with special needs children,” Harrison said. “If she can lose her temper on one special needs child, it’s my opinion I don’t think she needs to be working with kids.”

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This news organization requested a copy of Moraine police records filed Sunday involving a report of an assault at an address matching CF Holliday’s location. Police did not release the report, saying the case involved child abuse.

The news organization has requested a copy of the employee’s personnel file.

Flames shoot from vacant house in Dayton

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 11:54 PM

VIDEO: Flames shoot from vacant house in Dayton

Flames shooting from a vacant house ablaze late Friday night could be seen by motorists traveling along U.S. 35 in Dayton.

Crews were called around 11:20 p.m. to the abandoned two-story house at 808 Linden Ave.

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When firefighters arrived, the house was engulfed.

According to initial reports, there were no utilities connected to the house.

Police: Man uses fishing line to steal change from car washes

Published: Saturday, October 21, 2017 @ 12:14 AM

Car wash.
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Car wash.(Ulrich Baumgarten/U. Baumgarten via Getty Images)

Ohio police are looking for a man who they say is reeling in money illegally from local car washes, WKBN reported.

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According to Boardman police, a man used a $20 bill attached to a fishing line to steal hundreds of dollars in change from car wash coin box machines. Police said that according to surveillance camera video, the suspect is as a white man in his 50s or 60s, heavyset, balding and wearing glasses.

The man was driving a blue Dodge Caravan, police said.

The suspect allegedly stole money from car wash facilities in Boardman, Austintown and Geneva, and also could be responsible for thefts in Illinois and Indiana, WKBN reported.

This guy is tampering with coin machines. If you know him. Please call our tip line at 330-270-5108 or send a private Facebook message. All leads will be considered confidential.

Posted by Austintown Police District on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Police find woman, child and infant naked and unconscious under mysterious circumstances

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 11:41 PM

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(Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)(Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)

A baby girl passed away, and a woman and an older girl, believed to be the infant’s mother and sister, are still hospitalized after police discovered all three of them naked, unconscious and covered in white powder in the parking lot of a Los Angeles, market.

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Officers responded to the scene around 2 a.m. Thursday after receiving a report of a woman screaming. They arrived to find the victims in the mysterious condition, none of them breathing. Authorities believe the three are residents of the area. According to the owner of the market, the woman was barefoot, and the 8-year-old girl was crying when they purchased three cans of Ajax cleaner and latex gloves.

There were no signs of obvious trauma on the trio’s bodies, and police are not sure what happened to them or what injuries they may have suffered. Both the woman and the girl are in critical condition. A hazardous-material team identified the white powder covering the victims as a baby product.

“It is devastating when you’re dealing with children,” LAPD 

Capt. Michael Rimkunas said.

While an unidentified man was seen in handcuffs during a preliminary investigation, he was later released. Police will review surveillance video from the scene and are currently looking for witnesses who may have information on what happened.

New Carlisle news photographer shot by deputy back at work

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 11:43 PM

New Carlisle News photographer Andy Grimm on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, shows where a bullet went in through his torso and out the side while on the scene of an accident. He was shot around 2 a.m. Sept. 4 when a Clark County Sheriff's deputy said he mistook Grimm's camera for a gun.
New Carlisle News photographer Andy Grimm on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, shows where a bullet went in through his torso and out the side while on the scene of an accident. He was shot around 2 a.m. Sept. 4 when a Clark County Sheriff's deputy said he mistook Grimm's camera for a gun.

Andy Grimm, the New Carlisle News photographer shot by a deputy last month on the job, was spotted working today at an accident scene.

News Center 7 photographer Jim Noelker this evening caught up with Grimm when they both responded to a crash in New Carlisle.

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Grimm showed Noelker where the bullet entered on the left side of his torso and came out on his side.

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He was shot around 2 a.m. Sept. 4 by Clark County Sheriff’s deputy Jacob Shaw at a crash scene. Shaw said he shot Grimm because in the dark he mistook the tripod Grimm was carrying for a gun.