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Darke County Sheriff’s Office… Darke County Marijuana Eradication
On July 28, 2015 the Darke County Sheriff's Office, along with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), conducted its annual Marijuana Eradication. Each year, BCI agents help local law enforcement officers spot marijuana grows with the help of a helicopter between April and October, when growers typically plant and later harvest the drugs.  Experts at BCI estimate that a fully mature marijuana.
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Mercer County Sheriff… HIT arrest: Melissa Harper
Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey, Celina Police Chief Tom Wale, and Coldwater Police Chief Jason Miller reports the Heroin Interdiction Team (HIT) made an arrest of 32 year old Melissa Harper of 3601 State Route 703 Lot 55, Celina Ohio. On July 28, 2015 at approximately 5:26 PM an Officer working HIT observed  a traffic violation on Logan Street in Celina.  The vehicle was stopped.
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Bluebag Media… FFA, 4-H has impact on urban schools
GREENVILLE – “It isn’t about agriculture,” said Ohio Representative Jim Buchy. “Maybe someday you’ll be president of Proctor and Gamble… this is about leadership and character.” Buchy provided members and guests of Kiwanis of Greenville with an update on efforts in Columbus and how they are impacting Ohio, including the southwest. A focal point.
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The White House… New Horizons Mission
We did it! The epic, first exploration of Pluto and its moons by NASA's New Horizons mission was completed last week, on Tuesday, July 14. And it captured the attention and imaginations of people across America and the entire world. New Horizons is truly an American-made product, and one we can all be proud of. More than 2,500 Americans worked to design, build, launch.
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Attorney General Mike DeWine… Thirty-Seven Indicted in Connection with Mahoning County Drug Trafficking Organization -- (YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio) -- Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, members of the Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force, and Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul Gains today announced that a 261-count indictment has been filed against 37 individuals accused in connection with a drug trafficking organization operating in Mahoning County. The indictments... read more.
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FBI… Economic Espionage; FBI Launches Nationwide Awareness Campaign
07/23/15 -- Defining the Crime - Theft of trade secrets occurs when someone knowingly steals or misappropriates a trade secret for the economic benefit of anyone other than the owner. Similarly, economic espionage occurs when a trade secret is stolen for the benefit of a foreign government, foreign instrumentality, or foreign agent. Proving the foreign nexus in court is difficult, and cases.
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Darke County Sheriff's Office… Heroin Drug Bust in Greenville
On July 24, 2015 The Darke County Sheriff’s Office Drug unit and Darke County Deputies executed a search warrant at 221 apartment # 1 W. Main St. Greenville, OH stemming from a 2 month heroin trafficking investigation. Darren Woods (49) of Greenville, Ohio was taken into custody without incident by the Darke County Sheriff’s.
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Kasich for America… Gov. John Kasich’s presidential campaign announcement
Ohio State University, Columbus -- (GOVERNOR KASICH): Wow. Listen, standing here with me, of course, are the people who I have dedicated my life to—my sweet daughters, Emma and Reese Kasich.  I remember when they were born. Remember that, Sweetie? I kept saying to the doctor, "How is it going?" He's trying to deliver two. Finally he looks me square in the eye and he said.
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Darke County Sheriff’s Office… Injury accident on Sweitzer and Fair
On July 22, 2015 at 3:01 PM, Darke County Deputies along with Greenville Police, Greenville Rescue and Greenville Fire, responded to the intersection of Sweitzer Street and Fair Street on a report of a 3-vehicle injury crash. Preliminary investigation revealed a Yellow 2014 Ford Escape driven by Jeffrey Saye 50, of Independence, MO. was traveling north on Sweitzer Street approaching Fair Street.
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MSN News… Donald Trump attack on John McCain war record is 'new low in US politics' - The Guardian - Donald Trump attacked the Arizona senator John McCain on Saturday, for being shot down while a navy pilot during the Vietnam war. Trump, who has been in a war of words with the 2008 Republican nominee, jibed of McCain: “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured? I like people who weren’t captured.” His words prompted a strong response from Republican candidates for... read more.
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Darke County Solid Waste District… Open Burning
The Darke County Solid Waste District would like to remind residents that open burning for the purpose of residential waste disposal, including all types of wood building debris, is prohibited within the entire county. Residential waste includes brush, wood, tree trimmings, leaves, grass, weeds, shrubbery and other plant waste material within.
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MSN Money… Federal employees: Can't hire the best, can't fire the worst, Rob Garver, Fiscal Times
A powerful new survey of thousands of management-level federal employees found that the U.S. government is a massive bureaucracy that is under terrific stress, in part because managers feel they can’t get rid of underperforming employees, and often say their workers don’t have the skills they need to do their jobs. Conducted by Vanderbilt University’s Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, the survey polled.
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Could Trump Lose GOP Primaries, and Legally Run in General Election? by Katrina Trinko
April 12, 2011 -- If Donald Trump wants to see how he fares in the GOP primaries, and then run for president outside the GOP, there are only four states where his participation in a GOP primary could impact a non-Republican run in the general election. Those four states are Mississippi, Texas, Ohio, and South Dakota, according to Ballot Access News editor Richard Winger. What sets them apart from the other states is that their “sore loser” laws.
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Greenville Police Department… Accreditation Assessment Team invites public comment
Chief Dennis L. Butts announced today that a team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) will arrive on Sunday, August 2, 2015, to examine all aspects of the Greenville Police Department’s policy and procedures, management, operations, and support services. Verification by the team that Greenville Police Department meets.
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Darke County Sheriff’s Office… Injury Accident in Palestine
On July 18, 2015 at 10:09 PM Darke County Deputies along with Liberty Twp. Fire Dept. and Tri Village Rescue were dispatched to 165 S. Main St. in the Village of Palestine reference a three vehicle injury crash. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2000 Ford F250, driven by Jeremy Stahl, 31, of Greenville, was traveling southbound of S. Main St. when it struck two, four wheel ATVs, which were.
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Active Shooter Training
The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office is hosting active school shooter training for deputies and other Mercer County Police Agencies on Tuesday, July 21 and Wednesday July 22.   The training is a one day class, it will be repeated the second day so we can get all officers/deputies through it. The morning will be a presentation/classroom type instruction, the afternoon will be actual scenarios.
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Thunderstorm/Heavy Rain Event
The Darke County Emergency Management Agency is seeking information from Darke County residents and business for damage assessment operations. Report the following information: • Structural Damage from downed trees/limbs etc. • Flooding to the first floor living area of home or business (FEMA does not accept basements as living areas) Please call 937-316-8902 and leave your name, address, contract telephone # and a brief description.
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FBI… Statement Before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, By James B. Comey, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation -- July 08, 2015 -- Good afternoon Chairman Burr, Vice Chairman Feinstein, and members of the committee. Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss the widespread reach of terrorists’ influence, which transcends geographic boundaries like never before. As technology advances so, too, does terrorists’ use of technology... read more.
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AG Mike DeWine… DeWine Warns of Rental Scams; Reported Losses Range from $500 to $5,500
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned consumers to beware of phony listings for apartment and house rentals. In the past year, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office has received more than a dozen complaints about potential rental scams. Consumers who lose money report losses ranging from $500 to $5,500. “Anyone who goes online to find an apartment.
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Mercer County Sheriff… Mercer HIT arrests
Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey, Celina Police Chief Tom Wale and Coldwater Police Chief Jason Miller report drug related arrests that were made as a result of their joint HIT (Heroin Interdiction Team). On Friday July 10, 2015 at 4:46 PM a vehicle was stopped on East Main Street near 8th Street in Coldwater.  Arrested and taken into custody was the driver Beverly S. Selhorst, age 20 from.
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Darke County Sheriff… Domestic Violence Arrest
On July 11, 2015 at approximately 5:09 AM Darke County deputies along with the assistance of Tri-Village Rescue responded to 3631 Hi Wind Road, Greenville, Darke County, Ohio in reference to the report of a physical domestic violence incident. Upon arrival, deputies attempted numerous times to make contact with the residents without success.
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Attorney General Mike DeWine… AG’s Urge Congress to Preserve State Authority over Data Breach Laws - Multistate Letter Warns Against Federal Preemption of State Data Breach Laws - (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined 46 other attorneys general in asking Congress to maintain states’ authority to enforce data breach and data security laws and preserve their ability to enact laws to address future data... read more.
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FBI… Sextortion
Help Us Locate Additional Victims of an Online Predator - 07/07/15 - Ashley Reynolds was a happy 14-year-old who loved sports, did well in school academically and socially, and enjoyed keeping a journal she intended her “future self” to read. But what happened in the summer of 2009 was so devastating that she couldn’t bring herself to record.
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Bluebag Media… Wright stirs up political debate
GREENVILLE – “Well… I’m a Trump supporter as you can probably guess,” Greenville resident Don Wright said. “He has such a colossal ego, he will never allow anyone to make him look bad… he’d destroy America before allowing anyone to make him look bad. Putin is in trouble.” Wright recently put a sign up on his property saying.
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Suspect captured after pursuit
On July 8, 2015 at approximately 3:30 PM Darke County deputies along with the assistance of the Greenville and Ansonia Police Departments attempted to locate and check the safety and welfare of an individual.  Throughout the course of this investigation, numerous areas throughout Darke County were checked. At approximately 11:12 PM, Darke County deputies located the vehicle the individual was operating in the area of US127.
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Bluebag Media… GCSD construction projects on time, under budget
GREENVILLE – Greenville schools officials and the community have much to be pleased about… the high school renovation is “running pretty tight here toward the end of the project” and “it’s just a matter of cleaning up and putting things back together.” Bruce Miller of Garmann/Miller & Associates reported on both the GHS renovation and the K-8 project during the GCSD Board Work.
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Bluebag Media… GCSD construction projects on time, under budget
GREENVILLE – Greenville schools officials and the community have much to be pleased about… the high school renovation is “running pretty tight here toward the end of the project” and “it’s just a matter of cleaning up and putting things back together.” Bruce Miller of Garmann/Miller & Associates reported on both the GHS renovation and the K-8 project during the GCSD Board Work.
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Senate President Keith Faber… Ohio Senate Weekly Report
June 29-July 3, 2015 - #1 A Balanced Budget is Signed Into Law - The state budget, signed into law by Governor John Kasich, gives nearly $2 billion in tax cuts to Ohioans and makes significant investments in both K-12 and higher education. “This is a balanced budget that supports our vision for making Ohio the best state to live, work and raise.
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State Rep. Steve Huffman… Ohio House Passes Updated Consult Agreement Legislation
Bill would improve collaboration between physicians, pharmacists - COLUMBUS—State Representatives Nathan Manning (R-North Ridgeville) and Stephen Huffman (R-Tipp City) today applauded the passage of Amended House Bill 188, legislation that updates consult agreements between physicians and pharmacists in Ohio. The bill also increases.
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Bluebag Media… Edison DCC to add offerings in the fall
GREENVILLE – The Edison Community College Campus will be ramping up its offerings this fall, according to Director Chad Beanblossom. “We’ve added several classes not offered in recent history,” he said, noting some of the classes had never before been offered on the local campus. Among them are Medical Terminology, Pre-Health.
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Mercer arrests, two incidents: assault, drugs and attempted rape
Celina, OH  - Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey reports the arrest of Krischen Blake Luna, 18, 6716 Brookside Drive, Celina for assault and possession of drugs.  On Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 7:39 PM the Sheriff’s Office received a call of an assault at the suspect’s address. When deputies arrived and began the investigation they learned that Luna.
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Bluebag Media… Crop damage is a reality; the unknown is how much
DARKE COUNTY – “Has there been damage? Absolutely. Not a doubt. There is potentially a lot of damage if this weather continues… how much? Too soon to tell.” Jon Everman, Executive Director of the Farm Service Agency, USDA, Greenville, said the prime crops – corn, soybeans, wheat and hay – have been impacted due to the unusually wet spring, plus this year.
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