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They killed the wrong man. There were two Daniel Otts living in northeast Ohio in 2006 - one a 69-year-old career car thief on federal parole, the other a law-abiding, talented greenhouse worker adored by his family. Comment?
A former Logan County man who kept authorities in several Ohio counties busy chasing his prolific vehicle-theft ring and chop-shop operation for two decades was arrested Monday in Florida for a cold-case murder in northeastern Ohio, multiple sources have told The Dispatch . Following a years-long investigation that ramped up with tips and new leads only in the past few months, federal marshals arrested Joe Rosebrook, 59, in Florida and his brother, 57-year-old Jeff Rosebrook, in Ohio. 2 comments
Former state Rep. John Adams today announced his run for the 12 th Senate District in western Ohio, setting up what will likely be a contentious GOP primary. Adams, of Sidney, was term limited at the end of 2014. Comment?
Four employees at the Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution were disciplined today for job failures related to the Sept. 11, 2014, escape of Chardon shooter T.J. Lane and two other inmates. Comment?
The estate of a deceased Chardon High School janitor may have to repay unemployment benefits he received after he was fired for taking a picture of the bloody school-shooting scene. The 11th District Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 ruling rendered Dec. 22, affirmed an earlier decision by the Geauga County Common Pleas Court. Comment?
An Ohio Senate committee unanimously approved the appointment of a joint Senate-House committee this morning to review the "means and manner" in which Ohio executes its condemned killers. The amendment was added to a bill that would cloak parts of the execution process in secrecy amid continuing legal questions and controversy over the use of lethal injection. Comment?
An Ohio Senate committee pulled out a major provision of a lethal injection secrecy bill today after being told by a drug company executive that it would trigger "harmful shortages of critical medicines" in Ohio. The Ohio Senate Criminal Justice Committee approved seven amendments to House Bill 663, but did not vote on the legislation. Comment?
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