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Ohio News: Toledo man, Douglas Wayne Kemp indicted for attempting to coerce minor into sex

Toledo  Ohio – A Toledo man was indicted for attempting to coerce what he believed to be a 17-year-old to travel interstate to engage in sex. Douglas Wayne Kemp, 28, was charged with one count of attempted sex trafficking of a minor and one count of attempted enticement of a minor. If convicted, the defendant’s sentence … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo man, Douglas Wayne Kemp indicted for attempting to coerce minor into sex

Ohio News: Toledo, Two men from Toledo indicted for trafficking cocaine; prosecutors seek to forfeit $320,000 in cash that was seized

Toledo, Ohio – Two men from Toledo were indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute at least five kilograms of cocaine. Jeffrey A. Geckle, 40, and Scott A. Nigh, 39, were each indicted on one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and one count of attempted to possession with intent … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo, Two men from Toledo indicted for trafficking cocaine; prosecutors seek to forfeit $320,000 in cash that was seized

Ohio News: Toledo to receive nearly a half-million dollars to help fight violent crime

Toledo, Ohio – Attorney General Jeff Sessions today announced grant awards to Public Safety Partnership member sites as part of $10 million in funding to support state, local and tribal law enforcement departments and agencies and their partners who are fighting violent crime in jurisdictions across the United States. Toledo is one of the recipients, receiving … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo to receive nearly a half-million dollars to help fight violent crime

Toledo News: Toledo man, Don Woodson Ellis indicted for using firearm to rob bank and steal car

Toledo  – A Toledo man with a prior conviction for robbery was indicted for using a firearm to rob a bank and steal a car this summer, as well for escape. Don Woodson Ellis, 28, was indicted on two counts of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence and one count each of carjacking, … Continue reading Toledo News: Toledo man, Don Woodson Ellis indicted for using firearm to rob bank and steal car

Ohio News: Toledo, Nine people, most from Toledo, indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to traffic fentanyl

Toledo, Ohio – Nine people, most from Toledo, were indicted in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to traffic fentanyl. Indicted are: Terrance Allen, 25; Nathaniel Barringer, 23; Chad Burkholder, 34; Megan Champion, 40; Ryin Douglas-Reed, 28; Laurie Lehman, 49; Julie Murdock, 47, of Petersburg, Mich.; Donte Walker, 30, and Russell Watson, 37. They … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo, Nine people, most from Toledo, indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to traffic fentanyl

Toledo News: Toledo man, Robert Andrew Harris indicted for robbing two banks last month

Toledo – A Toledo man was indicted for robbing two banks last month. Robert Andrew Harris, 41, was indicted on two counts of bank robbery. Harris is accused of robbing the Citizens Bank on South Detroit Street in Toledo on July 9 and the Fifth Third Bank on Woodville Road in Northwood on July 11. … Continue reading Toledo News: Toledo man, Robert Andrew Harris indicted for robbing two banks last month

Ohio News: Toledo man, Cornelius Henry, sentenced to 20 years in prison for trafficking heroin and cocaine and firearms crimes

Toledo, Ohio. – A Toledo man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for trafficking heroin and cocaine and for firearms crimes. Cornelius Henry, 44, pleaded guilty earlier this year to 45 counts, including conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine, money laundering, being a felon in possession of firearms and maintaining … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo man, Cornelius Henry, sentenced to 20 years in prison for trafficking heroin and cocaine and firearms crimes

Ohio News: Toledo,Four people sentenced to prison for taking job training money from Toledo-based nonprofit and using it to fund lavish lifestyles

Toledo,Ohio – Four people were sentenced to prison for taking federal money earmarked for job training and instead using the money to pay for personal expenses, including vacations, investments, real estate purchases and salaries for people who did not work at the company. James D. Moody, 58, of Toledo, was sentenced today to 66 months … Continue reading Ohio News: Toledo,Four people sentenced to prison for taking job training money from Toledo-based nonprofit and using it to fund lavish lifestyles