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Work continues on Springfield Schools' new transportation depot
Source:  The Suburbanite
Thursday, 28 May 2020 22:22

LAKEMORE In November, Springfield Local School District employees and officials from Springfield Township and the Village of Lakemore attended the groundbreaking for a new transportation depot for the school district at 2660 Kenny Ray Jr. Memorial Pkwy.Several groups of officials excitedly dug shovels of dirt to signify the beginning of the long-awaited project.At the groundbreaking, Melinda Hamilton, president of the Ohio Association of [...]

Suburbanite area crime report
Source:  The Suburbanite
Thursday, 28 May 2020 22:21

SPRINGFIELD TWP.Narcan was administered April 29 after a man was overdosing and the man woke up. A hypodermic needle and a paper fold were found when they fell from his pocket. The man did not want to go to the hospital. Charges for drug possession and drug abuse instruments are pending the test results.A man received a text message May 5 from someone who claimed to be a friend of his who told him to go to a website to claim some money. The man said [...]

WATCH: Gov. DeWine holds briefing on coronavirus and state's response
Source:  WBNS 10TV
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:55

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Jon Husted are providing an update on the coronavirus and the state's response.

Watch Thursday's briefing:

Coronavirus: What you need to know

There are now 30,827 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio; 1,803 people have died from the virus and 5,545 were hospitalized, according to the Ohio Department of Health. Breakdown of Ohio cases by county >>

For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks. Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness, including pneumonia, or death.

10TV is committed to bringing you a FACTS NOT FEAR approach to our coronavirus reporting. You can count on 10TV to give you the latest developments and the impacts on you and your family. For complete coverage, visit: 10TV.com/coronavirus.


Child rapist from Lima sentenced to 35 years to life
Source:  The Lima News.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:52

LIMA — A Lima man who pleaded guilty to multiple rapes of children has been sentenced to 35 years to life in prison.

Keith Overmyer, 66, appeared in court for a sentencing hearing Thursday morning after entering into a plea deal that would dismiss 10 of the 14 felony charges brought against him.

The remaining four first-degree felony rape charges were enough for Judge Jeffrey Reed to hand down consecutive mandatory sentences tallying 35 years to life.

Reed said after reviewing the documentation detailing Overmyer’s crimes, which involved multiple rapes of three minor girls over a two-year period, he decided that three of the sentences would be served consecutively to pay homage to the victims, and the fourth — a 10-year term — would be served concurrently.

Victim statements from the three children were read in court during the sentencing hearing. All three explained that they will be dealing with diagnosed trauma from Overmyer’s actions throughout their lives, and they recommended decades-long sentences for him out of fear for themselves and their future families if he was to be released.

All three explained how they were dealing with uncontrolled bouts of crying and ongoing nightmares as a result of the experiences.

“He told me if he goes to jail, he’d slit my throat,” one of the three victims had written.

Similar statements convinced Assistant Prosecutor Rebecca King-Newman to recommend maximum consecutive sentences for Overmyer. After reviewing police reports and other evidence of wrongdoing, she said one of the victims had said, “Well, he’s going to kill us” as police arrested Overmyer.

“That stood out in this case,” King-Newman said.

Overmyer had few words in his defense.

“I’m really sorry. I wasn’t in my right mind. I really loved them, but I didn’t threaten them,” he said.

The victims had known Overmyer as an authority figure, which Reed said facilitated his actions.

Additional details behind the case have been sealed by the court after Assistant Kenneth Sturgill Prosecutor filed a motion earlier this year asking that the affidavit in support of an arrest warrant be kept from public inspection.

Keith Overmyer, left, leaves the Allen County courtroom of Judge Jeffrey Reed holding a piece of paper detailing his status as a lifelong registered sex offender. The 66-year-old had just been sentenced to 35 years in prison for raping three minors on multiple occasions.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/05/web1_OvermyerRGB.jpgKeith Overmyer, left, leaves the Allen County courtroom of Judge Jeffrey Reed holding a piece of paper detailing his status as a lifelong registered sex offender. The 66-year-old had just been sentenced to 35 years in prison for raping three minors on multiple occasions. Josh Ellerbrock | The Lima News

By Josh Ellerbrock

jellerbrock@limanews.com

Reach Josh Ellerbrock at 567-242-0398.

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Mike’s Bike Park
Source:  WDTN
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:51

DAYTON, OH (WDTN) – Mike’s Bike Park is reopening! Here’s all you need to know.


Plans continue for July 4 celebration
Source:  Sidney Daily News
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:50

SIDNEY — Planning continues for the July 4th fireworks display, scheduled to be held again on the grounds of Sidney Middle School. “This year’s display will be similar to the expanded show that we had last year, maybe just a couple more shells,” Shelby County Commissioner and Co-Chair of the Sidney Bicentennial Committee Bob Guillozet […]

The post Plans continue for July 4 celebration appeared first on Sidney Daily News.


Red Cross seeks disaster relief volunteers
Source:  Wilmington News Journal
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:50

The South Central Ohio Chapter of the American Red Cross is in need of volunteers to give of their time and talents to become members of our Disaster Action Team (DAT) in Clinton, Highland, Fayette, Hocking, Fairfield, Vinton, Pickaway and Ross counties. DAT members help families recover from the tragedy of a home fire by […]

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Kingfisher Development LLC seeks reduction in J.M. Stuart and Killen Stations’ taxable value
Source:  Peoples Defender
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:48

By Austin Rust- On March 5, Kingfisher Development LLC filed a complaint with the Adams County Board of Revision against the valuation of real property at the J.M. Stuart and Killen power plants, which the company purchased Dec. 20, 2019 from Dayton Power & Light (DP&L). Currently, the property’s market value is $158,345,100, and its taxable value is $55,420,790. The company now seeks to reduce...

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Cincinnati Children's, UC College of Medicine, get new leader in children's health
Source:  Cincinnati - News
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:47

Dr. Tina Cheng will chair the UC College of Medicine's pediatrics department and be the chief medical officer at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

       

Kathy Henne: It’s a small world
Source:  Troy Daily News
Thursday, 28 May 2020 12:47

If you’re anticipating selling your smaller-than-average home, do not despair, because the days of the overly-sized and overly-priced McMansions are shrinking in the rear view mirror! Buyers these days are looking for ways to save money on utilities and taxes, as well as save time on yard work and maintenance. Your smaller property offers benefits […]

The post Kathy Henne: It’s a small world appeared first on Troy Daily News.


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