When a state trooper told Johnnie Cross III he had a strong odor of alcohol, the Sandusky motorist replied that he “always” does. On Wednesday, Cross, 59, pleaded guilty to felony operating a motor vehicle under the influence —
Just before prospective jurors were to be called for his trial Wednesday, a Toledo man entered Alford pleas and was found guilty of felonious assault with a gun specification for shooting his former girlfriend three times after an argument. William
BOWLING GREEN — A local lawyer found himself on the wrong side of the defendant's table Tuesday as he was arraigned on 14 felonies charging him with stealing more than $400,000 from a client. Robert Searfoss III, 40, of Perrysburg was
After watching the L.A. premiere of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean film Thursday night, getting his picture snapped with Johnny Depp, and seeing his name in the film credits, Bowling Green native Anthony De La Torre was beside himself.
Federal agents confiscated six kilograms of heroin and arrested two Toledo men this week in a seizure officials say is one of the largest in the city’s history. The suspected heroin was packaged in bricks that would have been broken down,
NORTH BALTIMORE — Federal agents today said they seized six kilograms of heroin and arrested two Toledo men on felony drug charges. Ricardo Rivera, 40, was arrested Thursday after Drug Enforcement Administration agents on Wednesday said they
Though she denied a Washington Local school board member’s request for a protection order against former Superintendent Patrick Hickey, a magistrate Thursday sent a message that the two should have no further contact. At a brief hearing,
Calling the murder and rapes committed by Trace Lindell Williams some of the most horrific crimes he has had before his court, Lucas County Common Pleas Judge James Bates said Thursday he doesn’t think Williams should ever get out of prison.
A Toledo man accused of three violent and brutal rapes — as well as the murder of his final victim — entered Alford pleas and was found guilty today in Lucas County Common Pleas Court. Trace Lindell Williams, 37, of the 2800 block of
Although she denied a school board member's request for a long-term protection order against former Superintendent Patrick Hickey, a magistrate on Thursday sent a message that the two should have no further contact. At a brief hearing, Magistrate