One of the bodies found in Ashland is that of missing Greenwich woman
It has been confirmed by family that one of the two bodies found at Covert Court in Ashland Tuesday is that of 40 year-old Stacey Stanley of Greenwich, who had been missing since last Thursday, and last seen in Ashland. The Norwalk Reflector says Stanley’s sister posted to Facebook last night confirming the tragic news. The bodies of three women were found in Ashland and Richland Counties on Tuesday, with two of those bodies first discovered at a home in Ashland, after police responded to a woman’s call that she had escaped an abductor. Another body, related to the case, was found near Mansfield behind a burned-down house. 40 year-old Shawn Michael Grate was charged with kidnapping that’s linked to the incident.
Missing Brunswick girl located, father charged
The man who triggered an amber alert out of Brunswick faces charges after being arrested in Summit County. 40 year-old William Roberts, a convicted sex offender, was accused of driving off with his 15 year-old daughter, who has been in foster care, from the K-Mart on Center Road, Tuesday night. The girl was taken to Akron Children’s Hospital for evaluation.
Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics to take place in Huron County next Month
Huron County Public Health will be hosting drive-thru flu shot clinics in the towns of Norwalk, New London, Wakeman, and Willard throughout October. Dates, times, and locations can be found on their website, www.huroncohealth.com or on their Facebook page; and you must be 18 years-old or older to attend a drive-thru clinic. For children under 18 and for those unable to attend, call Huron County Public Health to schedule an appointment.