September news

posted Oct 4, 2014, 2:04 AM by Peter DiGravio
Unrest in the streets!
There have been several high profile protests infront of the police department and several major news outlets including the Dispatch regarding the media blackout that took place several weeks ago in the short north. Dozens of violent deaths went unreported by all news outlets in central ohio with no official comment from city or police representatives. Two protests became violent as families of the victims began destroying property and had to be dispersed with tear gas. 

Sheila Ranea Crabtree Legally Changes Her First Name To 'Sexy': 
NEWARK, Ohio (AP) — A central Ohio woman who loathed being named Sheila and wanted a moniker that reflects her personality has legally changed her first name to Sexy.

Two Columbus police officers cleared in 2013 shootings
Two Columbus police officers who shot armed-robbery suspects in separate incidents last summer were recently found to have acted within Police Division policy.

Bedbugs continue to create problems
Many businesses continue to be plagued by bedbug infestations. surrounding community pest control companies have been heavily active in Columbus trying to combat the bedbug outbreak from last month. Many night life spots while claiming to be bug free are having a difficult time bringing back business. 

The Truth is Out There!
Columbus will host the Angels and Aliens paranormal convention october 11th - 12th at the Ramada Plaza hotel conference center on Sinclair road (a rumored hotbed of yearly paranormal activity) A slew of guest speakers are lined up this year to illuminate the masses including Columbus's very own's Garret Taylor who will be exposing the recent erratic behavior behind the Columbus government. Promotors are predicting this year will set record numbers for the convention and state that rooms blocks have already been sold out.

Springfield blood bank robbed!
October is here and the vampires are trick or treating early! A humorous tone to a 614 article reports the red cross blood bank in Springfield was robbed dry. Security on site reports seeing nothing strange the entire night but when morning staff arrived the entire inventory was missing.

Employment hearing ends for data-changing Columbus principal
Was former Principal Tiffany Chavers a willing accomplice in a massive fraud at Linden-McKinley STEM Academy, or a victim caught up in a top-down culture of cheating in Columbus schools?

The house of horrors
Cityscene magazine reports that an abandoned house in Bucyrus has been discovered on several separate instances to be full of the bodies of domestic and wild animals all drained of blood. Children walking past the house have reported strong odors coming from inside it and police observation has failed to prevent additional instances of animal corpses. 

La Michoacana Latin grocery stores raided; alleged to be a front for drug ring
Officers and agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Internal Revenue Service and local law-enforcement agencies fanned out across central Ohio yesterday to shut down an alleged drug-trafficking ring.

The sweep in the pre-dawn hours resulted in 13 arrests, the U.S. attorney’s office said.

The big bad wolf of Ironton
Columbus monthly reports that Residents of Ironton are being hounded by a red eyed wolf that has been attacking citizens at night. Several car accidents have been attributed to the wolf interfering in traffic. 

Edwin Tobergta Accused Of Sex With Pool Raft YET AGAIN
Edwin Tobergta, 35, was arrested in Hamilton, Ohio on Wednesday for allegedly having sex with an inflatable pool raft by the side of the road, Fox 19 reports. This is the fourth time Tobergta has been arrested for this kind of offense.

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