A northeast Ohio man remains in critical condition, after crashing his motorcycle in Berlin Township.
42-year-old Chad Rhoades of Cuyahoga Falls was injured Saturday evening on Smokey Road, near State Route 61 in Berlin Township. He was flown to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo. According to the highway patrol, Rhoades was ejected from his Harley, after hitting a utility pole. Troopers said Rhoades wasn’t wearing a helmet. It’s not known if alcohol played a role in the crash.
The Highway Patrol is investigating a second motorcycle crash.
It occurred just before 6 this morning, at SealMaster Pavement Products and Equipment on Campbell Street in Sandusky. The motorcyclist was leaving work, and lost control while rapidly accelerating. The man wasn’t wearing a helmet, and was ejected from the bike. He was taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center, for treatment of series injuries.
A Collins man was jailed yesterday, after being charged with rape and aggravated burglary.
37-year-old Jeffery Knox is accused of breaking into a Clinton Road home, and sexually assaulting a 28-year-old woman. He was arrested hours later, near the scene of the crime.
A Roman Catholic priest convicted of killing a nun 34 years ago will receive a funeral mass.
The Rev. Gerald Robinson remained an ordained priest after his conviction, and will receive the standard funeral for a priest. Robinson died in prison Friday, at age 76. He was serving 15 years to life, for stabbing and strangling Sister Margaret Ann Pahl at a Toledo hospital, where they both worked. He presided at her funeral mass. Robinson was arrested 24 years after her death, and was convicted in 2006.
Two events this weekend…
Relay for Life is coming to Norwalk’s Whitney Field, Friday and Saturday. And Huron River Fest 2014 begins Friday, and ends Sunday.
Maplewood Acres took top honors in two categories, during Friday’s Norwalk Lions Club July 4th parade.
The comic book hero float was named best Commercial Float, and best Theme Unit. Best Business Float honors went to Gaymont Nursing Center, while the Norwalk Eagles Riders took top honors in the Most Unusual Entry category.
A Willard man who stole jewelry worth thousands of dollars is facing up to 18 months in prison.
24-year-old Tyler Branham will be sentenced August 20th, in Huron County Common Pleas Court. He appeared in court last week, and pleaded guilty to a felony charge of theft from the elderly. Branham shoveled snow for the 89-year-old victim.