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NTSB's recommendation may only lead to more felony charges

The National Transportation Safety Board has decided to recommend that states reduce their legal blood alcohol limit to 0.05 from 0.08. This has created a lot of debate in Ohio and other jurisdictions. Many believe that its only lasting effect will be more drivers facing felony charges even though they only had a glass of wine with dinner. Whether the state will adopt this new legal limit remains to be seen.

Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force makes arrest

Over 10 years ago an Alliance police officer left the department after having been accused of sex crimes. Now, a decade later, that same man has been arrested by officers from the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The former police officer has once again found himself in the middle of a sex crimes investigation.

Ohio man may face felony charges in connection with shooting

Police began a search for the Ohio man that was also listed as living at the same address as a woman that had been shot. Reports indicated that he had fled the house before police arrived. Through the use of numerous tips and multiple law enforcement agencies, the man was eventually located. He was found in a parking lot not far from where he allegedly abandoned his vehicle. It is possible that felony charges could be filed against the man.

Investigation at Ohio State University ends with drug charges

Last April, the Ohio State University Police Department and the Franklin County Drug Task Force began investigating drug sales on campus. Their efforts to locate both dealers and suppliers have led to the arrest of 16 people. Drug charges have now been filed against those 16 suspects.

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