Because there have been no executions in 2019 it seems Ohio is following a national trend against the death penalty. As of Tuesday, December 17th, 2019 studies found Ohio has one county that has sentenced more people to death over the past two years than any other in the United States. Actually, Cuyahoga County leads the nation in death-penalty sentences. Continue reading “Deters Announces Death Penalty For Alto Miles”
On Tuesday May 5th, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced a $775 million budget reduction.
Ironically, over the next two months the encumbrance of these cuts shall come to rest on Medicaid and education and shall include the following: (1) Medicaid: $210 million; (2) K-12 Foundation Payment Reduction: $300 million; (3) Other education budget line items: $55 million; (4) Higher education: $110 million, and (5) All other agencies: $100 million thus bringing us to a total cut of $775 million. Continue reading “Ohio Proposed $775 Million Budget Reduction”
Springdale, Ohio is suburban community of Cincinnati, Ohio is located approximately 12.79 miles from Cincinnati to Springdale in northern direction and 16 miles (25.75 kilometers) by car, following the I-75 Northern Route. Cincinnati and Springdale are 24 minutes far apart, if driving non-stop. Continue reading “The Child Is Unharmed”
According to Police Officer a shooting that occurred at approximately 12:35 P.M. on Wednesday in the vicinity of Gilsey Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio has resulted in the arrest of a third suspect in connection with a shooting that injured an 11-year-old girl on Christmas Day in West Price Hill. Continue reading “Bail Set At $500,000 For 18-Year-Old Brian Castro”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 28th, 2019
On Thursday, December 5th, 2019 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced the indictment of Derrick Owens whose Date-of-Birth is January 21st, 1993 and Shaunice Dickerson whose Date-of-Birth is September 21st, 1993 for the November 29th assault on two Cincinnati Police Officers. Continue reading “Owens And Dickerson Indicted On Assault Charges”
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 26th, 2019
Subsequently, the drama is not over yet for five Cincinnati city council members accused of conducting public business in private last year.
According to Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters state auditor has expected to make a referral for a criminal prosecution. Portentously the self-proclaimed “Gang of Five” and their controversial text messages will be investigated by a grand jury, in pursuit with ties to the prosecutor and local government.Continue reading “Cincinnati “Gang of Five” Faces New & Legal Hurdles”