Three dead in TDOT garage shooting; ODOT insists on garage lot signs

Coming on the heels of two high-profile sexual assaults committed against defenseless women on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) rest stop property, and after several reports of improperly placed signs incorrectly informing CHL-holders that they were not allowed to carry in rest stop parking areas, ODOT clarified its CCW policy with regard to Ohio rest stops. ODOT's Assistant Legal Counsel...

One less sign on the Skyline!

Discriminatory "no-guns" signs are posted at Cincinnati-basedSkyline Chili's across Ohio. But thanks to the actions of a couple of hungry patrons in Columbus, there may be some light on the horizon... Submitted to OhioCCW.org by Craig G.: A friend of mine and I, (both of us CHL holders) have been eating lunch at the Skyline Chili on Rome-Hilliard Rd. on the west side of Columbus for a year or so...

Hamilton Co.: 'Secret shopper' program will test county employees

January 5, 2005 Cincinnati Enquirer Hamilton County employees will soon begin putting themselves in their customers' shoes as part of a "secret shopper" program. A social worker might visit the building department to find out how to get a permit for a new deck, or a budget analyst might call Job and Family Services to ask how to become a foster parent. Hamilton County Commissioner Pat DeWine...

Letter to the Editor: Ohioans have legal right to bear arms

January 05, 2005 Columbus Dispatch I respond to Lyman Duncan Jr.’s Dec. 24 letter about Columbus City Councilman Michael Mentel’s desire to ban guns. When he was sworn in as councilman, I’ll bet Mentel swore to honor and protect the Ohio Constitution. He needs to read it, especially Section 4, which states, "The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security." Think about that...

Advertiser on Cleveland Plain Dealer’s abusive CHL-list: ''Don't email me''

Frustrated with continued abuse of the media access loophole by the Cleveland Plain Dealer, an OFCC supporter tried new angle at expressing displeasure with Cleveland Plain Dealer: He complained to the advertisers who are sponsoring the pages... -----Original Message----- Date: Mon Dec 27 14:13:03 2004 Subject: Re: Permits issued to carry concealed firearms in Northeastern Ohio ...I posted a...

Letter to the Editor: Not looking to play pseudo-cops, robbers

January 5, 2005 Cleaveland Plain Dealer In response to John J. Myers' Dec. 28 letter, "Gun bans don't ensure safety": I must speak out on behalf of gun owners who are not vigilantes waiting for the opportunity to pull our weapons out and shoot potential criminals. In places such as bars and banks, which often leave people tightly packed into a small space, the last thing that I want is to be...

TRAGEDY: Shots fired (again) at ''no-guns'' Fifth Third Bank

For the second day this week, shots have been fired in a robbery of a Fifth Third Bank branch in Columbus. The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that a Columbus police officer died this afternoon after being shot in an armed robbery at the Fifth Third Bank at 6265 E. Broad Street at McNaughten Road on the Far East Side. Police told the Dispatch Officer Bryan Hurst, 33, was working special duty at...

DDN: Man charged with tanning salon rape

The Dayton Daily News is reporting that a Dayton man has been charged with the rape of a tanning salon employee Sunday. Dayton police Sgt. Tom Flanders told the newspaper that Larry Vestner, 30, is in the Montgomery County Jail on charges of rape, kidnapping, gross sexual imposition and attempted rape. Police told the DDN Vestner was in the LA TAN at 544 Wilmington Ave. around 10 a.m. Sunday and...

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