Armed men rob ''no-guns'' Fifth Third bank

The Dayton Daily News is reporting that two men entered Fifth Third Bank at 6301 Wilmington Pike about 3 p.m. and took an undetermined amount of cash at gunpoint, Centerville police Lt. Bruce Robertson said. The first suspect, who brandished a silver semiautomatic handgun, wore a hooded gray sweatshirt with the logo "Old Navy" in black letters across the front, blue jeans and black boots,...

Police say gunman robbed (no-guns) credit union

The Akron Beacon Journal is reporting that a man brandishing a handgun robbed a credit union Tuesday afternoon. The story says the robbery happened at the Seven Seventeen Credit Union, 4450 Belden Village Ave., about 1:50 p.m. Police told the newspaper a man demanding money from a teller placed a handgun on the counter. The teller gave the man an undisclosed amount of cash. Police said he left in...

''Life after the legislature'': Doug White likely Taft pick for commerce dir.

FLASHBACK: Sen. White admits to existence of HB12 vote trading for Taft job appointments The Columbus Dispatch is reporting today that outgoing Senate President Doug White is likely to find the "life after the legislature" that he so eagerly sought during 2003 deliberations on concealed carry reform. The December 21, 2004 Dispatch story reports as follows: Gov. Bob Taft today is expected to...

Newspaper carrier raped on the job; her employer bans self-defense

The Toledo Blade reported today that one of its delivery personnel was raped early yesterday morning by a man who forced himself into her car on Tremainsville Road in the northwest part of Toledo. Toledo police Sgt. Paul Hickey told the newspaper the suspect assaulted the woman at 5:30 a.m. in the 2800 block of Tremainsville. The Blade said he declined to release further details of the attack...

Cincy police officer's firearm stolen from parking lot outside ''no-guns'' biz

December 19, 2004 WKRC.com (Ch. 12 Cincinnati) Off-Duty Police Officer's Car & Weapons Stolen An off-duty police officer's personal car, containing his service weapon was stolen from a mall parking lot Saturday afternoon. Police said the Sergeant, who works with the Cincinnati Police Department, was shopping at Northgate Mall today, when he noticed his car keys were missing. The officer kept...

Dayton bus stop crime highlights ongoing violations by Ohio RTAs

On December 5, the Dayton Daily News published a story documenting a growing problem that is facing the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (the city's public bussing system). According to the newspaper, high crimes at and around a downtown hub building at Third and Main is increasing pressure on the GDRTA to reconsider its transit hub system that concentrates large numbers of busses...

Letter to the Editor: Fork-control laws needed

December 9, 2004 Dayton Daily News Re "Study: Ohioans beefing up," Nov. 9: I believe it is time that our state lawmakers examine the issue of "fork control" to limit the availability of forks and reduce overeating. I know this suggestion is controversial because many in Ohio believe it is the right of the people to keep and bear forks. But the evidence that action is needed is overwhelming. A...

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