Teacher’s Sexual Encounters Occurred Off Campus

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 22nd, 2019

Kendall Burk faces four counts of rape and four counts of sodomy

On August 22nd, 2019, according to officials with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, 23 year-old Kendall Burk who worked as a science teacher for Grant County High School had multiple sexual encounters with a 15-year-old male student who attends the high school where she was employed. What was she thinking??? Continue reading “Teacher’s Sexual Encounters Occurred Off Campus”

Deters Announced The Indictment Of Geoffrey D. Drew

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 22nd, 2019

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announces indictment of Geoffrey D. Drew

While there may be other interpretation of this ecclesiastical application that is given Galatians 6:7-9 of King James Version of the Bible (KJV) which intensely says; “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” Continue reading “Deters Announced The Indictment Of Geoffrey D. Drew”

Middletown, Ohio Man Shot In Abdomen And Armpit

Written By: Ishton W. Morton -August 17th, 2019

Lt. Craig Cvetan, spokesman for Ohio State Highway Patrol

On August 15th, late Thursday night,  in South Middletown, Ohio  a speeding ticket ended up being a bullet to the abdomen of a state trooper.

Twenty two (22) year old Devon Marion, was shot after a car chase, an on foot chase and a struggle with the state trooper involved in this pursuit. Continue reading “Middletown, Ohio Man Shot In Abdomen And Armpit”

OHIO LANDLORD/TENANT LAW: ASSISTANCE ANIMALS

Finney Law Firm – February 21, 2017                                                                    Written By: Brian Shrive                                                                                                Posted August August 17th, 2019

Attorney Brian Shrive

As a recent Wall Street Journal article pointed out, for any number of reasons, both legitimate and otherwise, we have seen a proliferation of service and assistance animals. From miniature horses as therapy animals to small dogs carried by airline passengers, to the more common seeing eye dog, Americans are ever more empowered to assert their entitlement to service and assistance animals.

Landlords are reporting questionable claims of disability that they suspect are aimed at getting around no pet clauses and pet deposits in leases. What is a landlord to do in the face of a suspicious claim of disability? Continue reading “OHIO LANDLORD/TENANT LAW: ASSISTANCE ANIMALS”

Fourth Man Indicted In Murder-For-Hire

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 15th, 2019

Vandell Antwon Slade was charged with murder, attempted murder and felonious assault

According to court documents on August 14th, 2019 a grand jury indicted a Columbus man in connection with a fake gender reveal party shooting in Colerain Township which occurred back in 2017. What were they thinking?

Reportedly, nine people were shot, one fatally at a supposedly fake gender reveal party July 8th, 2017 on Capstan Drive. Continue reading “Fourth Man Indicted In Murder-For-Hire”

Smitherman Calls Removal Of All Potential Employment Barrier

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 15th, 2019

Cincinnati Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman

According to Sasha Naiman, the deputy director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center, who said; “Drug usage and marijuana usage are actually similar between Caucasian and Black Americans are similar in rates. But, the arrest rates depending on the studies are two to six times different.” Continue reading “Smitherman Calls Removal Of All Potential Employment Barrier”

Smitherman To Move For Charter Amendment

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 12th, 2019

Cincinnati Vice-Mayor Christopher Smitherman

On Monday, August 12th, 2019 on the steps of the Hamilton County Justice Center Preston Fields said he’s reminded of an encounter with a police in Cheviot that he wishes would have never happened.

Also, on Monday, August 12th, 2019 Cincinnati Vice-Mayor Christopher Smitherman said the city’s manager and top prosecutor told his office that “all prosecutions/charges of 100 grams of marijuana or less in the City of Cincinnati will be dismissed immediately.” Continue reading “Smitherman To Move For Charter Amendment”

Deters Clears Officers Involved In July 31st, 2019 Shooting

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 12th, 2019

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deter

On August 9th, 2019 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced that there will be no charges filed against the officers involved in the July 31st 2019  shooting on Geyer Woods Lane in Westwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. Continue reading “Deters Clears Officers Involved In July 31st, 2019 Shooting”

County Prosecutor Cannot Test Between Marijuana And Hemp

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 11th, 2019

Courtis Fuller with Cincinnati, WLWT5 News

According to Courtis Fuller with Cincinnati, WLWT5 News Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters cannot test between marijuana and hemp for legal purposes.

 Now  that hemp is legal in Ohio the new law may very well put many marijuana cases on hold or be completely thrown out. Continue reading “County Prosecutor Cannot Test Between Marijuana And Hemp”

Wealthy Financier Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide

Written By Ishton W. Morton -August 10th, 2019

Wealthy Financier Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide

Predicated on recent arrest the wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein who was convicted as sex offender died Saturday August 10th, 2019 by suicide in his New York City jail cell. Continue reading “Wealthy Financier Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide”