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.
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.
It came to the attention of the Ohio Department of Insurance that several individuals living in the state were paying premiums for insurance, but had no coverage. The department and the local sheriff’s office conducted an investigation into the allegations. The agent believed to be responsible for these individuals paying for policies but having no actual coverage was ultimately charged with a number of crimes, including insurance fraud.
A man is facing counts of illegal activity for allegedly having explosives in his vehicle. He is being detained in an Ohio jail facility for multiple felonies. He was arrested and charged with illegally creating or having an explosive device after officers pulled him over for a routine traffic stop.