Five Democratic Members of Cincinnati Council Juvenile Antics

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 9th, 2019

Judge Ruehlman Blasted Five Cincinnati City Council Members

The judge in the case against five Cincinnati City Council members who broke Ohio law by secretly texting each other said they “should resign” and return to taxpayers the $101,000 the city will pay for their transgressions. Continue reading “Five Democratic Members of Cincinnati Council Juvenile Antics”

It Will Not Matter Whether or Not Texts Messages Were Deleted

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 8th, 2019

Cincinnati Councilman Wendell Young’s attorney Scott Croswell

According to Cincinnati Councilman Wendell Young’s attorney Scott Croswell; Young did not destroy text messages on his cell-phone after Judge Robert Ruehlman ordered in October that they be released to lawyers suing the city, even though the city agreed to pay a $10,000 fine because of their destruction. Continue reading “It Will Not Matter Whether or Not Texts Messages Were Deleted”

Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld Sunday Announcement

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 19th, 2019

Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld announcement on Sunday that him and his fellow councilmember Chris Seelbach have filed a motion

Regardless to what anyone has to say about Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld announcement on Sunday, February 17th, 2019 that him and fellow councilmember Chris Seelbach have filed a motion to declare general election day a paid holiday is nothing short of bribery. Continue reading “Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld Sunday Announcement”

Ohio Attorney General Top Ten Complaints of 2018

Written By: Ishton: Morton – February 15th, 2019

David Anthony Yost (born December 22, 1956) is an American lawyer who is currently serves as the 51st Attorney General of Ohio.

According to the Ohio 2018 gubernatorial election that took place on November 6th, 2018, former U.S. Senator Mike DeWine  and Ohio Attorney General was elected as the next Governor of Ohio with 47.5% of the votes over former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director and former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray with 46.3% of the votes.

With Mike DeWine no longer Ohio Attorney General the newly elected Attorney General has now occupied the office. Continue reading “Ohio Attorney General Top Ten Complaints of 2018”

No Charges in Glenway Avenue Pony Keg Shooting

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

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

Subsequently, on February 7th, 2019 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced that there will be no charges filed in conjunction with the January 23rd shooting at the Glen way Pony Keg which is located at 4931 Glenway Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio. Continue reading “No Charges in Glenway Avenue Pony Keg Shooting”

Deters Announced Indictment in the Death of 2-year-old Dameon Turner, Jr.

Written By: Ishton W. Morton -January 10th, 2019

Satwinder P. Singh was arrested at the BP Gas Station located at 1326 Hopple Street, Cincinnati, Ohio

Satwinder P. Singh was arrested at the BP Gas Station located at 1326 Hopple Street, Cincinnati, Ohio shortly after he crashed the vehicle he was driving and eventually killed Dameon Turner, Jr.  

It is said, after the crash, Singh stopped briefly in lanes facing oncoming traffic and then fled the scene.  

Pursuant to him been arrested on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced the indictment of Satwinder P. Singh for Sunday December 30th 2018 crash that killed Dameon Turner, Jr.   Continue reading “Deters Announced Indictment in the Death of 2-year-old Dameon Turner, Jr.”

For The Love Of Money

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 15th, 2018

Many have become disgustingly ill-advised by the statement “For The Love Of Money” and blame money as the root of all evil when it is not so at all.

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

Meanwhile as found in the account of 1 Timothy 6:10 it is made perfectly clear; “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evils.” Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters indictment in kidnapping case on February 26th, 2018 is a perfect example of what is meant by “For The Love Of Money!” For all practical purposes money is not a bad thing. It is a good thing. Most of the time it’s the activities that are being used to get the money that are evil. Continue reading “For The Love Of Money”

Arrested – Pike County Homicides

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 15th, 2018

As found in the account of Jeremiah 17:9 King James Version of Bible; “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?”

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine

Subsequently, on November 13th, 2018 The Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader, and Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk announced a husband, wife, and their two adult sons were arrested for the murders of eight people in rural Pike County. Continue reading “Arrested – Pike County Homicides”

Cincinnati Police Officers Involved In Mass Shooting Downtown Cincinnati

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 15th, 2018

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

On September 14th, 2018 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced his office has completed its review of the September 6th, 2018 mass shooting in downtown Cincinnati. Continue reading “Cincinnati Police Officers Involved In Mass Shooting Downtown Cincinnati”

Deters Files Temporary Restraining Order to Delay Citizen Complaint Authority Hearing

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – January 25th, 2018

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

On Tuesday January 23rd, 2018 the Office of Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters filed a (“TRO”) a Motion for Temporary Restraining Order against the Citizen Complaint Authority (“CCA”) thus seeking a delay one of their cases.

Deters’ office proclaims to have concern(s) that the Citizen Complaint Authority hearing, which compels testimony by the officers, will compromise the prosecution’s criminal case. 

Deters’ thoughts are; once the criminal case has concluded, the Citizen Complaint Authority can have their hearing.  According to the prosecution their only goal is to make sure that the police in this case have their criminal case protected.

Reportedly, on Sunday, March 12th, 2017 Cincinnati Police Officers Kenneth Grubbs and William Keuper responded to a residence on Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio at approximately 12:13 A. M. in regarding a domestic violence incident. Accordingly, when they arrived, Officer Grubbs encountered Damion McRae who matched the description of the suspect for whom they were looking. 

Subsequently, the suspect approached the officer with a 9mm rifle concealed at his side and shot Officer Grubbs.  Officer Grubbs was able to return fire.  Officer Keuper saw his partner get shot and immediately began returning fire.  McRae continued to reach into his pockets despite police orders to the contrary.  

According to court records, McRae was eventually arrested at the scene and later indicted on 2 counts of Attempted Murder (Felony 1), 3 counts of Felonious Assault (Felony 2), 2 counts of Weapon under Disability (Felony 3), 1 count of Carrying Concealed Weapon (Felony 4) and 1 count of Assault (Misdemeanor 1).  His case is currently set for Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. in front of Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Patrick Foley for a plea or trial setting.  The case has been continued 10 times at the request of the defendant.

The two Cincinnati police officers involved in this case were originally scheduled for CCA interviews on January 30th and February 1st 2018. Predicated on these reasons the office of Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters files request for temporary restraining order to delay citizen complaint authority hearing.

Unmistakably, the Request for TRO was filed on Tuesday January 23rd, 2018 seeking to delay the CCA interviews until after the conclusion of the criminal case.

By all accounts the City of Cincinnati agreed to delay the police interviews based on today’s filing in the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas.  The matter is now set for review in front of Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Thomas Heekin in 30 days.

Prosecutor Deters commented, “We have tried to work with the city through these issues.  We are going to protect our witnesses, which includes Cincinnati police officers, until the criminal case is finalized.