Bond is set at $100,000, for a Collins man accused of sexually assaulting a 28-year-old woman.
37-year-old Jeffrey Knox remains in the Huron County Jail, after the weekend incident at a home on Clinton Road. He’s currently charged with rape and gross sexual imposition. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for next Wednesday, in Norwalk Municipal Court.
A North Fairfield woman accused of stealing Little League funds is due in court next week.
Tammy Ward will be arraigned next Friday, in Huron County Common Pleas Court. She’s facing a single felony theft charge. While serving as treasurer of the South Central Youth League, she allegedly took several thousand dollars.
The state highway patrol says 12 people were killed in 11 traffic crashes, during the July 4th holiday weekend.
Four of those fatal crashes involved alcohol. Statewide, troopers made 749 DUI arrests, between July 3rd and the 6th.
We’ll find out today, if Cleveland will host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
The party’s site selection committee will announce a recommendation today. The choices are Cleveland, or Dallas.
It’s considered the ‘World Series of the Shooting Sports’, and it’s underway at Camp Perry in Port Clinton.
The nation’s finest civilian and military marksmen square off for five weeks of rifle and handgun competition in a variety of formats and events. This year’s National Rifle and Pistol Championships will run until August 15th. The National Matches have been tradition at Camp Perry since 1907. For more information, go to NRA.org.
New figures show revenue declined, at five of six Ohio casinos and racinos in June.
Only the Hollywood Casino, Toledo enjoyed a slight increase.
A published report says maggots were found in food at two Ohio prisons.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, maggots were found at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville and at the Trumbull Correctional Institution in Leavittsburg. Prison officials are investigating.
This Sunday is when the first of two free guided walking tours will be held at Norwalk’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery.
Sunday’s tour will begin at 1 near the public mausoleum. The tour guide will be local historian and Norwalk Cemetery Association Vice-President Henry Timman. The second tour will be held August 3rd.