It just won’t go away…
We are talking about snow. The National Weather Service says snow will begin tomorrow night and could continue until Monday afternoon. Some spots could get 10 inches of snow.
Resuming at 10 this morning on 95.3, WLKR…
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Huron County deputies are tight-lipped about a body found inside a burning car in Ridgefield Township.
Deputies and firefighters were called to the Jacobs Road scene just after 9 last night. According to reports, a charred body was found, after the blaze was extinguished. State crime investigators were called in, to aid in the investigation. So far, no other information has been released.
You’ll notice higher gas prices this morning.
At most area stations, gas is now $3.65 a gallon.
A Sandusky woman will spend 11 years in prison, for her role in her son’s death.
23-year-old Danielle Flannery was sentenced yesterday in Erie County Common Pleas Court. Her son, three-year-old Owen Barker died in July of 2012. At the time, the boy was in the care of Flannery’s then-boyfriend, Michael Milner. Authorities said the toddler died from a blow to the chest. Flannery pleaded guilty in December, to a charge of permitting child abuse. She received the maximum sentence allowed by law. Milner remains in jail, awaiting trial.
An 81-year-old Greenwich man has been sentenced to four years in prison, for sex crimes involving a teenage relative.
Robert Shultz learned his fate yesterday, in Huron County Common Pleas Court. The sentence was a year shy of the maximum for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. He was also labeled as a Tier II sex offender. Greenwich police began investigating the crime, after the girl claimed having sexual contact with two men. The other man, 76-year-old James Basham Sr. of Nova is facing 15 felony charges. He’ll stand trial in April.
Police in Sandusky are looking for a man who robbed Dollar General last night.
The man entered the Venice Road store just before 6pm, and slid a note to the cashier, demanding cash. He fled, with an undisclosed amount of money. It’s not known if he was armed. Police arrived quickly and searched the area, but were unable to find him. However, clear surveillance footage is being looked at by investigators, along with evidence found at the scene.
A nurse’s aide at the Ohio Veterans Home is in hot water for allegedly stealing from a resident.
Kelli Corder of Norwalk is charged with theft and theft in office. She’s accused of swiping a $100 Visa Gift card from an 84-year-old man and then using it at area stores. Corder is due in court next week.