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Attorney General DeWine releases first TV ad – “Daughters”

For Immediate Release September 19, 2014 ATTORNEY GENERAL MIKE DEWINE LAUNCHES FIRST TV AD “DAUGHTERS” COLUMBUS, OH – Today, Attorney General Mike DeWine’s campaign announced its first television ad. The positive ad, “Daughters,” details a number of Attorney General DeWine’s first term accomplishments. The ad can be viewed here: www.mikedewine.com/daughters “Ohio is a safer place todayRead More

State prison guard arrested in Youngstown for alleged sexual contact with a child

September 18, 2014 – WFMJ STRUTHERS, Ohio - Struthers police and BCI agents arrested Christopher George, 44 at the Ohio State Penitentiary Wednesday afternoon, just seven days after the victim’s parents filed a police report. The Super max prison guard is charged with three felony charges of unlawful sexual conduct involving a minor. “The parents ofRead More

Continuing the fight against drugs

September 16, 2014 – The Marion Star MARION – It’s been a year since hundreds of people marched down the middle of Center Street to rally in the community’s fight against illicit drugs. Since last year, some local leaders say they have seen a change — but there still is work to be done. So, theRead More

Elyria man pleads guilty to selling heroin, fentanyl

September 16, 2014 – The Morning Journal An Elyria man is facing 20 years behind bars after admitting Sept. 15 that he peddled heroin and fentanyl. Siarres R. Noble, 29, pleaded guilty to four counts of distribution of fentanyl, two counts of distribution of heroin and one count of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl.Read More

Arrest made in 33-year-old Ohio cold case killing

September 16, 2014 – WHIO MARIETTA, Ohio —A former Washington County sheriff’s deputy is in jail, charged in the 1981 Ohio cold case killing of a fellow deputy. Mitchell Ruble, 63, of Lowell, Ohio, was arrested Tuesday and is in the Washington County Jail on a charge of aggravated murder in the death of DeputyRead More

Attorney General DeWine announces grant money to combat heroin epidemic

September 12, 2014 – The Times Bulletin LIMA—Attorney General Mike DeWine, Lima Police Chief Kevin Martin, and Allen County Sheriff Samuel Crish announced today an aggressive plan to try to stop the fast flow of heroin along I-75 through Allen County. Grant money from the Ohio Attorney General’s Safe Neighborhoods Initiative will fund two investigatorsRead More

Attorney general’s wife: Heroin epidemic widespread

September 10, 2014 – The Chronicle-Telegram ELYRIA — Overcoming the heroin epidemic in Lorain County will require prevention and grassroots organization, said Fran DeWine, wife of state Attorney General Mike DeWine. On Tuesday, Fran DeWine spoke with Elyria Domestic Relations Judge Debra Boros, who regularly deals with cases stemming from heroin abuse. “I’m seeing itRead More

Ohio woman charged in heroin overdose death

September 3, 2014 – WHIO WILMINGTON — A 33-year-old woman faces homicide charges after she allegedly sold drugs to a man who died of a heroin after she allegedly sold drugs to a man who died of a heroin overdose. Brandy Camp, of Wilmington, was arrested Thursday after a Clinton County grand jury indicted her on multipleRead More

Attorney General Mike DeWine Announces Endorsement of The Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association

Attorney General Mike DeWine announces endorsement of The Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association COLUMBUS, OH – Today, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (OPBA) has endorsed his campaign for re-election. “I’m honored to have the endorsement of the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association,” DeWine said. “Since my first day on the job,Read More

PROTECTING SENIORS FROM FRAUD

September 2, 2014 – WHIZ The Attorney General continues efforts to protect citizens from scams. During a visit to Zanesville, Mike Dewine, promoted the Senior Advocate Fraud Education Toolkit. It’s a proactive approach on how to avoid becoming a victim of scams. While the Attorney General believes anyone can be a victim, he said someRead More

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