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Ohio man faces 329 felony charges and more may yet be filed

The Ohio Attorney General has announced that there is still more evidence to sift through regarding the man recently arrested in connection with the disappearance of three women. This would be in addition to the 329 felony charges already filed against the man. He is currently being held on a bond of $8 million.

Ohio police officer on unpaid leave while facing felony charges

A police sergeant from the Ohio town of Youngstown was investigating a rape case involving a 14-year-old girl. It was then that he allegedly began having inappropriate contact with the girl. He is now on unpaid leave from his department pending the outcome of the felony charges against him.

Ohio driver faces drug charges for drugs carried by passengers

A driver from Steubenville was pulled over by the Ohio State Highway Patrol for a traffic violation recently. While the trooper questioned the driver, he smelled what he believed to be marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle and saw what is alleged to have been "raw marijuana shake" on the floor of the vehicle. As a result of this traffic stop, the driver and his two passengers have been arrested on drug charges.

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