Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Milan/Edison student charged after allegedly bringing knife to school

A 14-year-old Edison student was arrested Tuesday after allegedly bringing a knife into school.

Authorities say the student, who was charged with a fifth-degree felony for bringing a deadly weapon into a school safety zone, pulled the Bowie knife half way out of their coat pocket while at lunch, which students saw and reported.

The knife was confiscated.


Stark County/Student shoots themselves, no one else hurt

A seventh-grader at Jackson Middle School near Massillon reportedly shot and injured themselves Tuesday morning at school.

No other students were hurt; and authorities are still trying to figure out if the shooting was intentional.

The student was taken to the hospital with their condition unknown at this time.


Norwalk/Another arrest from meth lab drug raid

A third person has been arrested in connection with last week’s drug raid in Norwalk.

34-year-old Brandon Henderson reportedly turned himself in to authorities over the weekend.

Henderson was charged with illegal manufacturing of meth; and now faces up to eight years prison time and a fine up to $15,000.

Authorities raided a home on Cline Street Thursday morning where they found a suspected meth lab.

Jessica Bryan of Cline Street was charged last week with complicity to illegal manufacturing of meth while Henderson’s brother Jacob, of Parsons Street, was arrested on a probation violation.


Sandusky/Man reportedly assaults police officer

A Sandusky man has been charged with assaulting a police officer from an alleged incident early Saturday morning.

25-year-old Julmonte LeLand also faces resisting arrest, assault and domestic violence charges after police say he grabbed and pushed an officer following a report of an assault of a female on Shelby Street.


Huron County/2018 sales tax numbers

The latest Huron County sales tax numbers have been released.

According to Auditor Roland Tkach, sales tax collected in the county was less than what it was the same time a year ago for the third straight month.

Tkach told the Norwalk Reflector that the county is adjusting to the loss of Medicaid sales tax; and that it still appears the retail economy is very strong.






Rain showers.  Temperature falling to around 37 by 5:00 pm.



Freezing rain and sleet likely.  Cloudy, with a low around 28.

Little or no sleet accumulation expected.



Freezing rain and sleet likely.  Cloudy, with a high near 36.

New sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible.



Rain showers. High near 50.