Carrollton Free Press Standard News

Carrollton Free Press Standard News

There are 3 comments on the Carrollton Free Press Standard story from Apr 23, 2013, titled Carrollton Free Press Standard News. In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

Carroll County Commissioners are hopeful they are inching closer to an agreement that would cap the former Carroll County Landfill and remove a lawsuit from the court docket that has remained there for several years.

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Magnolia, OH

#1 Apr 24, 2013
Whoever agreed to take this thing over in 89 should be responsible for the whole mess . Once again those in our commissioners office who are suppose to be looking out for the county and it's people have screwed up . Maybe there needs to be an investigation here like what was done in Cuyahoga County , then clean house and form a panel of six to over see things rather than the three good old boys positions that seem to not be working .

Dover, OH

#2 Apr 25, 2013
How are these commissioners good old boys? You want to do an investigation to find fault with the commissioners from 24 years ago? Are they the good old boys? You sound paranoid.

Since: Aug 08

Carrollton, OH

#3 May 9, 2013
this WHOLE COUNTY is filled with GOOD-OLE-BOYS, they have the sheriff department, the prosecutors office, commissioners, and now seems like mayors office.....

I can't believe what these offices WON'T DO for the residents of Carroll County... they are too busy listening to what they consider the VICTIMS, this is known by all who live here as THE PERSON THAT CALLS THE SHERIFF FIRST, it has been this way since 1994, when we found out how the sheriff department worked, as the neighbors all had phones close to hand, while we had to walk down our 980' driveway, and we never had the chance to call first..... and guess what the ones that call the sheriff and make a report on the so-called VICTIMS couldn't do it because they were already considered Victims????? when we were arrested and charged for something that a so-called victim told the sheriffs office, about being threatened which I can say for both my husband and I don't threaten, if we wanted something done we certainly wouldn't tell what we were going to do, but the neighbor who pulled a gun and pointed it at a public road when our truck broke down called the sheriff before they even started shit with us, then because they were the 1st one who called the sheriff told them that we threatened to blow up their home and kill both, we weren't raised here, we didn't know the rules, especially how to lie and get away with it because the 1st one who calls sheriff doesn't get investigated, it is the one that they call the sheriff on, even when something happens that they don't like in another county, they wait until they get here to Carroll and tell lies, remember they are the victim because they called first, we didn't do anything wrong but pass the neighbors wife on state route 43 in STARK COUNTY, and she didn't like it so she called the law, but in Carroll county, and surer than shit they showed up at our door stating they got a call that we tried to run someone off the road.... when I started explaining that we were coming from Canton, outside of Waco, she was in front of us brake checking us, another great thing Carroll county teaches drivers while they are too busy looking behind their car instead of in front of them, I passed her and the guy in front of her, never thought it was a problem just wanted to get away from her, and she told them I tried to run her off the road....? I explained that I am very truthful and if I was that upset at the bitch instead of just getting past her, she would have never made it to Carroll County.... I would've had to be really upset to do anything like that and I certainly wouldn't have done anything like that in the damn daylight.....

We got rid of those problems when the prosecutor found out it wasn't us that were making the problems that we were being accused of, they offered the ones that were making problems the deal "to sell out and move off our street", they made the same deal to us before too, told them to go to hell that our property was paid for....well we are in this situation again, the sheriff is too busy taking statements from the so-called 'VICTIM' to even worry about the residents lives... It started Dec 2011 when some guy figured he would start a scrap yard on MAYHAM rd, with NO PERMITS, NO FENSE (in ohio epa rules 6' fense is needed), HE DOESN'T HAVE ANY RESPECT FOR ANY RESIDENT THAT LIVES ON THIS ROAD, INCLUDING THE ONES THAT HE DOES BUSINESS WITH OFF CRAIGSLIST, the one he rammed for at least a mile down a public road, AND NEVER GOT CHARGED WITH VEHICULAR ASSULT, IN FACT HE WAS SEEN BY SHERIFF DEPT, VILLAGE POLICE OFFICER (of duty) and other neighbors, but only got a charge of OFFENSE OF PUBLIC PEACE, which is a Minor Misdemeanor if you look it up in criminal law handbook, the guy he was ramming down road was calling sheriff, so he WOULD BE 1ST CALLER !!!! People are scared of their lives and the lives of their children and grand children and the CARROLL SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WON'T DO ANYTHING..........

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