Norwalk High School is out of pre-sale tickets, for tonight’s Division I District semi-final against Mansfield Sr., at Galion High School.
It’s Official…Tonight’s Norwalk-Mansfield Sr. game at Galion High School is completely sold out. That means no tickets will be sold at the door. If you didn’t buy pre-sale tickets, you won’t get in. Tonight’s game will tipoff at 7. We’ll have complete live coverage starting with the pregame at 6:30. Again, tonight’s Division I District Semi-Final game between Norwalk and Mansfield Sr. is completely sold out.
The investigation continues into an alleged sexual assault at the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Milan.
A reserve soldier claimed she was raped Sunday evening by a supervising officer. The alleged victim was interviewed yesterday by Erie County Deputies. Deputies also plan to interview the accused officer. An Army investigator is involved as well.
A Mentor man is facing up to a year in the Huron County Jail, for writing a bad check, to pay for a sports car.
Jack Napier wrote a $6,500 check to a Bellevue-area man in March of 2011. But he never had the money in his account. He was in court this week, to plead guilty to a felony bad check charge. In exchange for the guilty plea, charges of grand theft auto and failure to appear were dismissed. Napier missed a court appearance last fall. He’ll be sentenced next month.
A Norwalk man has been charged with animal cruelty, for allegedly abandoning a pit bull a few weeks after adopting it.
Donald Resor Jr. was arrested Tuesday. He’s accused of pushing the dog out of his truck in December. A hunter saw it happen, and called the dog warden. During a short investigation, authorities learned Resor had recently adopted the dog from the Huron County Humane Society. The animal cruelty charge is a second-degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail.
Ohio’s first execution of 2013 took place yesterday.
Fredrick Teesh was put to death by lethal injection, for killing a store security guard in Eastlake. Teesh had been on death row since 1994.
Big trouble, for a former Sandusky business owner.
Jason Ahlers is facing multiple felony charges, including aggravated robbery. He’s accused of being the mastermind behind a May, 2012 poker game robbery. Two armed men stormed into the game, assaulted at least one player, then made off with $30,000 in cash and jewelry. Ahlers is accused of being the ‘inside connection.’At the time, he owned The Krunchie Pickle Deli. Authorities say his father, former Sandusky firefighter Stephen Ahler was involved too. He’s charged with receiving stolen property and tampering with evidence. The two armed robbers were caught a month after the holdup. One is in prison, while the other is awaiting sentencing. Once again, no big winners, so this weekend’s multi-state Powerball jackpot has grown to $150 million.
Once again, no big winners, so this weekend’s multi-state Powerball jackpot has grown to $150 million.