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Man charged for felony after leaving note on car

On Dec. 29, a 43-year-old Ohio man was accused of leaving a sexually explicit note on a woman's vehicle in Green. When the woman alerted Summit County Sheriff's deputies about the note, investigators eventually tracked down the accused man, and he admitted to writing it. He was handed misdemeanor and felony charges as a result of the incident.

Ohio man admits to multiple car break-ins

A man who was taken into custody on the night of Jan. 9 has indicated to officials that he was involved in a minimum of 20 break-ins involving vehicles in the Ohio City area. The man was apprehended near Detroit Avenue and West 83rd Street by area authorities. He reportedly made his admission while he was in police custody.

Ohio representative-elect faces burglary charges

An Ohio lawmaker has recently been accused of burglary, and as a result, he is facing various felony charges related to the alleged incident. According to sources, the man won a state election to earn a seat in the House of Representatives in November 2014. He pleaded not guilty to the charges in Ottawa County on Dec. 11.

Alleged shooter in Ohio store tied to previous robbery

A 19-year-old man alleged to be responsible for a fatal store shooting on Nov. 19 is also facing charges in an incident from the previous night. Officials allege that the man entered a fashion store on the evening of Nov. 18 and stole clothing. According to officers, the clerk noticed that a weapon kept behind the counter was missing. The employee claims that the man pointed the weapon at him and left the store with the clothing and firearm.

Man accused of robbing bank after attempted shoplifting

Authorities reported that a 26-year-old convicted felon is suspected of robbing an Akron bank after being caught shoplifting jeans and shirts from a mall department store. According to law enforcement, the man admitted to trying to steal the clothing and had been issued a misdemeanor theft summons for those charges.

Ohio teacher charged for alleged sex crimes against minors

Authorities recently reported that law enforcement officials detained a Switzerland of Ohio School District teacher on multiple charges in connection with sex-related crimes involving minors. According to Monroe County officials, the alleged offenses occurred between Nov. 1, 2013 and Feb. 1, 2014. In early March, law enforcement officials commenced a lengthy investigation into the teacher, ultimately resulting in her recent indictment.

Will Ohio corrections officer need a criminal defense attorney?

Corrections officers throughout the country spend a great deal of time in close proximity to inmates. In some cases, officers come into contact with them after they are released. In the case of one Ohio man, alleged contact with a former female inmate could require him to hire a criminal defense counsel.

Ohio doctor accused of numerous felonies about to go to trial

Ohio prosecutors and an accused doctor's criminal defense team are about to empanel a jury to decide whether the doctor is guilty of the crimes with which he is charged. He is accused of several felonies and misdemeanors, including rape and sexual imposition. Last year, the State Medical Board suspended his license to practice medicine due to the pending charges.

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