Thursday, September 13th, 2018

Huron County/Wakeman man faces child pornography charges

A Huron County man faces multiple federal charges of child pornography in Connecticut.

24 year-old Robert Dudukovich was arrested Wednesday in Berlin Heights after being indicted late last month by a federal grand jury.

He’s accused of managing a chat group on a smartphone messaging app and sharing images and videos with group members, including a person in Connecticut.


Huron-Erie County/Monroeville man indicted for alleged shooting

A Monroeville man has been indicted on attempted murder and felonious charges in Erie County.

According to authorities, 32 year-old Tyler Keegan last month allegedly texted a man from a woman’s phone to come to his house on Ransom Road in Oxford Township, where he shot the man in the chest.

The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.


Sandusky County/Bellevue vehicular homicide

A man from Bellevue has pled guilty to vehicular homicide in connection with a fatal crash in Ballville Township near Fremont in June of last year.

47 year-old Christopher Ferguson suffered life-threatening injuries in the accident while his passenger, 52 year-old Rodney Lewis, died in the crash.

Law enforcement said Ferguson was allegedly under the influence of a non-alcohol substance at the time of the crash.

He’ll be sentenced next month.


Ottawa County/Man says he guilty of drug trafficking

A 36 year-old Port Clinton has pled guilty to attempted aggravated drug trafficking.

The charges for Clayton Havens are in connection with an investigation by the Ottawa County Drug Task Force last year after an informant told agents that Havens was selling heroin.


Erie County/EHOVE superintendent to resign

EHOVE Career Center is in the market for a new superintendent.

After 12 years of leading the district, Sharon Mastroianni has announced her resignation, effective July of 2019.

The Monroeville resident first began working for the career center in 1985.


Erie County/Margaretta football stadium improvements

Margaretta High School in Castalia will play their first home football game of the season on Friday, no matter what.

An over half-million dollar improvement project including new bleachers, press box and sound system is all but finished.

Last November, a tornado touched down there; destroying the press box and heavily damaging bleachers and the track.

School officials hope to have Erie County sign off on the new bleachers, granting the district an occupancy permit.

If not, the school says they’ll still play at the Duck Pond, even if fans have to bring their own lawn chair.

The school had their home opener moved to Bellevue last month.





A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 80.



Mostly cloudy, with a low around 66.



Partly sunny, with a high near 83.



Mostly sunny, with a high near 82