Teen Accused Of Killing Mother & Baby scheduled To Be In Court Wednesday, November 20th, 2019.

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 17th, 2019

Subsequently, 20 year-old Wendy Brewer and her 14-month-old daughter, Ariella, were passengers in a car that driven by 16-year-old Clayton Ramsden the boyfriend of Brewer when he crashed into several cars on State Route 134 at locations on the peripheral of Wilmington, Ohio. A WLWT TV 5 Photo

Reportedly on Friday, November 8th, 2019  the frustrations of a young mother and baby who were killed in a fiery car crash back in February has continued growing.

Subsequently, 20 year-old Wendy Brewer and her 14-month-old daughter, Ariella, were passengers in a car that driven by 16-year-old Clayton Ramsden the boyfriend of Brewer when he crashed into several cars on State Route 134 at locations on the peripheral of Wilmington, Ohio.

Seemingly Brewer had two other children with him, 4-year-old Kai and 2-year-old Natalie.

According to the children’s grandfather, Matt Jones, “These kids basically, got a life sentence.”  

Tina Jones the wife of Matt Jones had this to say; “they thought of Brewer as a daughter.”

She continued to say, “I would give anything for one more hug from either one of them. It’s not fair.”

Although Tina and Matt Jones thoughts were well intended, it must be make perfectly clear that there are often tragic consequences and harsh legal penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol are well publicized. What many people don’t realize is that it is also illegal and punishable in all 50 states to drive under the influence of marijuana (or a combination of alcohol, marijuana, or other drugs).

According to Prosecutors, Ramsden was driving under the influence of marijuana. The case was bound over to adult court and Ramsden was indicted on 10 counts, including four counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, two counts of aggravated vehicular assault, two counts of endangering children, trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana.

Subsequently, in June 20th, 2018 The State of Ohio establishes the so-called a “per se limit” law  for the amount of alcohol or illegal drugs that can be present in a driver’s blood stream before the individual is considered legally impaired.

In states with so-called “per se” DUI laws, drivers with a certain amount of marijuana in their system are considered under the influence. States that have per se marijuana DUI laws generally specify a THC (the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana) limit.

Also, there are states that prohibit driving with any measurable amount of marijuana in the blood or urine. Drivers who are at or above the legal THC limit whether it’s a concentration or any measurable amount—can be convicted of a DUI.

Albeit to those states that don’t have per se marijuana laws; in those states, prosecutors must always establish that the driver was behaving in a way that showed that he or she was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the arrest regardless of marijuana blood or urine concentration levels. Prosecutors can do this by showing that the driver had impaired balance or speech, or that he was driving erratically even that he smelled of marijuana.

Experts in the medical arena marijuana has suggested metabolites compounds left over in the body when the body metabolizes or processes marijuana and can remain in a person’s body for days, weeks, or well after marijuana is used.

Ironically, while metabolites indicate that the person ingested marijuana at some point in the past, they do not indicate how long ago, or necessarily point to current impairment. Even so, state per se laws that include metabolites accept their presence as conclusive evidence of impairment for the purposes of a DUI charge.

Matt and Tina Jones said the last nine months have been extremely difficult. After the initial shock of Brewer’s and Ariella’s deaths, they learned how the two had died.

According to Tina Jones, “Wendy died of blunt force trauma, but Ariella only suffered a broken leg. She died of thermal injuries, which means she was burnt to death. I just can’t imagine how scared she was in that car. I hate it.”

Meanwhile, Matt Jones had this to say; “If I had put myself in the situation like that, that he’s in now, I don’t think I could ever get behind the wheel of a car again.”

However, according to the Joneses and Clinton County prosecutors, Ramsden has gotten behind the staring wheels of vehicles several times without a valid driver’s license.

Ultimately, the Joneses and Clinton County prosecutors is destine to apply all possible criminal charges to a lawbreaker; to impose the maximum possible punishment or jail sentence against a convicted criminal.

Apparently, the disciplinary term threw the book at him is extremely obvious. Their every intent is focused on punish or reprimand  Ramsden as severely as possible. 

Recently, prosecutors said he was driving last week while out on bond. In addition to that Joneses said they were tipped off to where Ramsden was and called investigators.

Moreover, prosecutors said he fled, but investigators caught up to him and arrested him. He’s now in a juvenile detention center.

Pursuant to Ramsden  actions, prosecutors said they moved to revoke his bond. Also, the Joneses said, they have  seen Ramsden behind the wheel again has intensified their pain and sadness.

Furthermore, Tina Jones said, “He should be paying for what he did. He is exactly the same as a drunk driver. He should have to pay for the lives he took and not be driving.”

Meanwhile, Ramsden is scheduled to be back in court on Wednesday, November 20th,  2019.

Tiffani Lankford, Is Now Free On Bond

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

Tiffani Lankford, is now free on bond. The amount of the bond was not given.

On Friday, November 8th, 2019 according to Hays County Sheriff’s Office, a former substitute teacher now faces assault charge(s) after she allegedly beat a student at a Texas high school.

Reportedly, the incident unfolded in a foreign language class at Lehman High School in Kyle, Texas, and was captured by other students in cell phone videos and later circulated online. Continue reading “Tiffani Lankford, Is Now Free On Bond”

DeWine Pose To Overhaul Ohio’s Foster Care System

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 7th, 2019

November 5th, 2019 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order which will establish an advisory council

November 5th, 2019 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order which will establish an advisory council that has given the responsibilities come up with suggestions on how to provide for better working system for foster-care families. 

Also, Ohio Lieutenant Governor Husted has spent much of his formative life in Ohio’s foster care system. Continue reading “DeWine Pose To Overhaul Ohio’s Foster Care System”

Kadeem Kelley Indicted For The Overdosed Death Of Satwinder Singh

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 7th, 2019

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

On Monday, November 4th, 2019 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced indictment(s) on Kadeem Kelley whose Date of Birth is January 26th, 1992 for 1 count of Involuntary Manslaughter which is a Felony 1, 1 count of Corrupting Another with Drugs which is a Felony 2 and 1 count of Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound which is a Felony 5 for the March 26th, 2019 death of Satwinder Singh. Continue reading “Kadeem Kelley Indicted For The Overdosed Death Of Satwinder Singh”

Ohio’s New Legal Smoking Age

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 2nd, 2019

New law signed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine

According to the Ohio Revised Code 2927.02, as of October 17th, 2019 it is now illegal to give, sell, or otherwise distribute cigarettes, other tobacco products, or alternative nicotine products like e-cigarette/vaping products to any person under the age of 21. Continue reading “Ohio’s New Legal Smoking Age”

Man Who Led Police On Wild Chase Arrested

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – October 26th, 2019

Man Who Led Police On Wild Chase Arrested – A WLWT5 News Photo

On October 26th, 2019 sources said; Police lost sight of the vehicle in the area of I-74 and I-275. Admittedly, many residents in the immediate area seems to have been actually sitting on some sharp piecing object when warnings went out regarding 43-year-old Jason Bryant. According to the warnings, it was said he was armed and dangerous. Continue reading “Man Who Led Police On Wild Chase Arrested”

2019 Blink Off To A Successful Start

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – October 13th, 2019

Friends and Family having a good time at Finney’s Blink Fellowship

The 2019 Blink is off to a successful start stretching from the banks of Northern Kentucky to Findlay Market in Cincinnati.

On Thursday, October 10th, 2019 my attorney Christopher P. Finney, owner of Finney Law Firm, with concentration in commercial and public interest law as well as matters of real estate law and title to real estate. He entertained and fellowship with an enormous crowed of people with food, open bar, music and party bus transporting guests to and from locations of Blink Festival. Continue reading “2019 Blink Off To A Successful Start”

Poster Featuring 24 Unsolved Murdered Women

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – October 10th, 2019

October is regarded as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and for that reason the poster of 24 women whom has fallen victims their killers are being released.

Anyone with information on any unsolved homicide are urged to call CrimeStoppers at 513-352-3040.

Referencing a WKRC TV News Bite Hope Dudley has made it her life’s mission to help in the finding of the killers in these unsolved homicides.

Subsequently, this week she has released a poster with the photos showing 24 women who have been murdered as far back as 1977 and the killers of these women have continued to be unknown. Continue reading “Poster Featuring 24 Unsolved Murdered Women”

Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Approves Purchase Of Turfway Park

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

This is going to be a completely new facility

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC) is an independent agency of state government charged with the responsibility of regulating the conduct of horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing and related activities within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

On Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 Kentucky Horse Racing Commission approves Churchill Downs’ request to purchase Turfway Park. Continue reading “Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Approves Purchase Of Turfway Park”

Northern Kentucky Police Issued 281 Tickets In 12-Hours

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – October 7th, 2019

Accordingly, the next scheduled enforcement campaign will be held on Monday, October 14th, 2019

Referencing Northern Kentucky it is known to be the third-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. Commonwealth of Kentucky after Louisville and Lexington. Also, its cities and towns serve as the de facto “south side” communities of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Reasonably, the three (3) main counties of this metro area are BooneKenton, and Campbell counties which are located along the Ohio River. Continue reading “Northern Kentucky Police Issued 281 Tickets In 12-Hours”