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New Eastlake Police program aims to get help for those with drug addictions

Eastlake Police Department will be starting a new policing program to help people who suffer from drug addictions get help they need instead of going to jail. The Safe Passage Initiative changes the way people who request help with their addictions to opiates such as heroin and fentanyl are handled. The program kicks off at […]

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U.S. Marshals arrest suspect and find alligator in home

U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force and the Willoughby Hills Police Department found an alligator while arresting a suspect wanted on a warrant. The task force, police and members of the U.S. probation office arrested 31-year-old Robert Watson on March 15. Watson was wanted by the U.S. Marshals for probation violations stemming from […]

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Fight against opioid epidemic in Franklin County featured in new documentary series

With an increasing opioid epidemic across the country, Franklin County, Ohio will soon be in the spotlight as part of a new Showtime series. The network will air a special five-part documentary series called "The Trade" starting Feb. 2, and showcases how the Franklin County Sheriff's Office and the HOPE Task Force is trying to combat the […]

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Nearly $2k bid for drug dealer shoes with one day remaining

The auction for the collection of shoes owned by a convicted drug dealer ends Friday, with bids nearing $2,000 for the county so far. The 67 pairs of shoes were confiscated from the home of Kenya Davis, who was found guilty of first-degree felony possession of cocaine in August and sentenced to 11 years in prison. […]

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Council approves additional money for razing condemned homes

The issue of vacant, abandoned homes in the city led city council to swiftly approve shifting additional demolition money over to raze them. “It truly is a quality of life issue,” said Tim Monea, chief building official for Wooster, told the body Monday night. While Monea moved forward with the request that additional money — […]

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