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Fired officer wants county to pay for his defense in civil suit
 A dispute between a fired Montgomery County corrections officer and the county took another turn this week with the former officer saying the sheriff’s office is retaliating against him by refusing to pay for his defense in a civil lawsuit filed by an inmate. Attorneys for the county argue that taxpayers shouldn’t have to provide...

Posted: 27 days ago

A dispute between a fired Montgomery County corrections officer and the county took another turn this week with the former officer saying the sheriff’s office is retaliating against him by refusing to pay for his defense in a civil lawsuit filed by an inmate. Attorneys for the county argue that taxpayers shouldn’t have to provide...
Dayton asks Cincinnati to review jail pepper spray case
 Dayton officials have asked their counterparts in Cincinnati to decide whether a corrections officer at the Montgomery County Jail committed a crime when she pepper sprayed an inmate who was strapped into a seven-point harness. Montgomery County prosecutors already have passed on felony charges in the case, which spurred a civil lawsuit &mdash...

Posted: 28 days ago

Dayton officials have asked their counterparts in Cincinnati to decide whether a corrections officer at the Montgomery County Jail committed a crime when she pepper sprayed an inmate who was strapped into a seven-point harness. Montgomery County prosecutors already have passed on felony charges in the case, which spurred a civil lawsuit &mdash...
Suspended WSU prof wants to teach off-campus
 A suspended Wright State professor who is under a restraining order that keeps him from coming within 500 feet of a student who accused him of inappropriately touching her has asked the school to let him teach off-campus, according to university disciplinary records obtained by the Dayton Daily News. Those records show Nasser Kashou adamantly...

6:57 PM Friday, Aug. 18, 2017

A suspended Wright State professor who is under a restraining order that keeps him from coming within 500 feet of a student who accused him of inappropriately touching her has asked the school to let him teach off-campus, according to university disciplinary records obtained by the Dayton Daily News. Those records show Nasser Kashou adamantly...
County to pay $375k in jail pepper-spray lawsuit
 Montgomery County officials have agreed to pay $375,000 to settle a federal civil lawsuit brought by a woman who was pepper-sprayed by a corrections officer while strapped into a restraint chair at the Montgomery County jail, according to Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck. Heck disclosed the dollar amount of the settlement, but said other...

11:42 PM Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017

Montgomery County officials have agreed to pay $375,000 to settle a federal civil lawsuit brought by a woman who was pepper-sprayed by a corrections officer while strapped into a restraint chair at the Montgomery County jail, according to Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck. Heck disclosed the dollar amount of the settlement, but said other...
Former Children’s doctor arraigned in court
 Arun Aggarwal appeared via video for his arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court this morning. Aggarwal’s lawyer entered a not guilty plea on his behalf and the judge set his bond at $500,000. Former Dr. Arun Aggarwal will be arraigned Thursday morning in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for accusations of gross sexual...

6:23 PM Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017

Arun Aggarwal appeared via video for his arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court this morning. Aggarwal’s lawyer entered a not guilty plea on his behalf and the judge set his bond at $500,000. Former Dr. Arun Aggarwal will be arraigned Thursday morning in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for accusations of gross sexual...
County reaches $375K settlement with pepper-sprayed inmate
 UPDATED@3:19 p.m.: The settlement in the Amber Swink civil lawsuit against Montgomery County was settled for $375,000, according to Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. EARLIER: A woman who was pepper sprayed by a corrections officer while strapped into a restraint chair at the Montgomery County jail has settled her lawsuit against the...

5:04 PM Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017

UPDATED@3:19 p.m.: The settlement in the Amber Swink civil lawsuit against Montgomery County was settled for $375,000, according to Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. EARLIER: A woman who was pepper sprayed by a corrections officer while strapped into a restraint chair at the Montgomery County jail has settled her lawsuit against the...
County’s review of questionable tax breaks slowed by appraisal appeals
 A Montgomery County Auditor’s Office review of property owners possibly getting hundreds or thousands of dollars in tax breaks they may not be eligible for — an issue uncovered in an I-Team investigation — isn’t done because the office has to finish dealing with the recent county-wide property value appraisal first...

2:53 PM Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017

A Montgomery County Auditor’s Office review of property owners possibly getting hundreds or thousands of dollars in tax breaks they may not be eligible for — an issue uncovered in an I-Team investigation — isn’t done because the office has to finish dealing with the recent county-wide property value appraisal first...
Are black female inmates given smaller cells at county jail?
 Nine months after the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office pledged an expedited probe of claims of racial segregation at the jail, it’s unclear what was behind the issue or if anything was done about it.  Instead, the sheriff’s office has fired one of the corrections officers who complained about the issue and has...

10:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017

Nine months after the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office pledged an expedited probe of claims of racial segregation at the jail, it’s unclear what was behind the issue or if anything was done about it.  Instead, the sheriff’s office has fired one of the corrections officers who complained about the issue and has...
Are black female inmates given smaller cells at county jail?
 Nine months after the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office pledged an expedited probe of claims of racial segregation at the jail in response to a Dayton Daily News investigation, it’s unclear if any action was taken in response. RELATED: Sheriff investigating claims of segregation at jail Instead, the sheriff’s office has...

10:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017

Nine months after the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office pledged an expedited probe of claims of racial segregation at the jail in response to a Dayton Daily News investigation, it’s unclear if any action was taken in response. RELATED: Sheriff investigating claims of segregation at jail Instead, the sheriff’s office has...
Decade-old fight between Centerville, Sugarcreek resurfaces
 The city of Centerville is representing Costco in appealing a ruling by the Ohio Department of Taxation — the latest act in a decade-long feud between the city and Sugarcreek Twp. over who should collect property taxes at the Cornerstone of Centerville property. The appeal filed by Centerville law director Scott Liberman on Aug. 4 contests...

2:00 PM Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017

The city of Centerville is representing Costco in appealing a ruling by the Ohio Department of Taxation — the latest act in a decade-long feud between the city and Sugarcreek Twp. over who should collect property taxes at the Cornerstone of Centerville property. The appeal filed by Centerville law director Scott Liberman on Aug. 4 contests...
NEW DETAILS: Company raided in December had contract dispute with city
 Demolition contractor Steve Rauch is again doing work for the city of Dayton after a dispute in 2014 that resulted in the city terminating four of his contracts for problems that included allegations Rauch’s workers used improper fill material after demolitions, city records show. Rauch was awarded a $267,320 contract in May 2016 to...

8:24 PM Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017

Demolition contractor Steve Rauch is again doing work for the city of Dayton after a dispute in 2014 that resulted in the city terminating four of his contracts for problems that included allegations Rauch’s workers used improper fill material after demolitions, city records show. Rauch was awarded a $267,320 contract in May 2016 to...
Dayton terminated contracts with demolition contractor 3 years ago. Now he’s doing work for the city again
 Demolition contractor Steve Rauch is again doing work for the city of Dayton after a dispute in 2014 that resulted in the city terminating four of his contracts for problems that included allegations Rauch’s workers used improper fill material after demolitions, city records show. Rauch was awarded a $267,320 contract in May 2016 to...

6:52 PM Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017

Demolition contractor Steve Rauch is again doing work for the city of Dayton after a dispute in 2014 that resulted in the city terminating four of his contracts for problems that included allegations Rauch’s workers used improper fill material after demolitions, city records show. Rauch was awarded a $267,320 contract in May 2016 to...
Medical marijuana business topic of public meeting in Riverside
 Medical marijuana will be the topic of a community informational meeting Thursday, Aug. 10, in Riverside. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. the Comfort Suites, 5220 Huberville Ave., and will address the proposed Farms of Riverside LLC, a company that seeks to cultivate marijuana. MORE: Riverside delays vote on land sale for growing medical...

8:46 PM Wednesday, Aug. 09, 2017

Medical marijuana will be the topic of a community informational meeting Thursday, Aug. 10, in Riverside. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. the Comfort Suites, 5220 Huberville Ave., and will address the proposed Farms of Riverside LLC, a company that seeks to cultivate marijuana. MORE: Riverside delays vote on land sale for growing medical...
Centerville, Costco to appeal ruling on Dille Farm property
 The city of Centerville is representing Costco in appealing a ruling by the Ohio Department of Taxation — the latest act in a decade-long feud between the city and Sugarcreek Twp. over who should collect property taxes at the Cornerstone of Centerville property. The appeal filed by Centerville Law Director Scott Liberman on Aug. 4 contests...

3:31 PM Wednesday, Aug. 09, 2017

The city of Centerville is representing Costco in appealing a ruling by the Ohio Department of Taxation — the latest act in a decade-long feud between the city and Sugarcreek Twp. over who should collect property taxes at the Cornerstone of Centerville property. The appeal filed by Centerville Law Director Scott Liberman on Aug. 4 contests...
Medical marijuana: How much and what kinds will patients get in Ohio?
 A year after Governor John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. Patients who are eligible to get medical marijuana will be limited to how much they can get at a time and how they are able to use it. ...

12:29 AM Wednesday, Aug. 09, 2017

A year after Governor John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. Patients who are eligible to get medical marijuana will be limited to how much they can get at a time and how they are able to use it. ...
Ohio college agrees to run medical marijuana lab, company says
 At least one Ohio public college is willing to test medical marijuana for quality purposes, a company recently announced in an effort to snuff concerns that a lack of labs could delay the entire program. CCV Research would not name the college, but announced that it meets the requirements in the state program that a public college or university...

2:52 PM Tuesday, Aug. 08, 2017

At least one Ohio public college is willing to test medical marijuana for quality purposes, a company recently announced in an effort to snuff concerns that a lack of labs could delay the entire program. CCV Research would not name the college, but announced that it meets the requirements in the state program that a public college or university...
Can you get fired for using medical marijuana?
 A year after Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. One of the biggest questions: Can you get fired for using it? Ohio law preserves employers’ rights to have a drug-free workplace, so companies...

3:41 PM Monday, Aug. 07, 2017

A year after Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. One of the biggest questions: Can you get fired for using it? Ohio law preserves employers’ rights to have a drug-free workplace, so companies...
Here are the 21 conditions that could qualify you for medical marijuana in Ohio
 A year after Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. The law creating Ohio’s medical marijuana control program lists 21 conditions qualifying someone to obtain medical marijuana. They are: AIDS...

5:28 PM Thursday, Aug. 03, 2017

A year after Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio’s medical marijuana program into law, state regulators are starting to formalize how and where pot will be grown and available to medical patients. The law creating Ohio’s medical marijuana control program lists 21 conditions qualifying someone to obtain medical marijuana. They are: AIDS...
Inmate who died in jail identified as Kettering man
 The 19-year-old man who died Wednesday at the Montgomery County Jail has been identified as Randy L. Staley Jr., according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office and sheriff’s office reports.   Staley’s last known address was on Central Park Avenue in Kettering near Dayton, according to county sources. Staley...

4:50 PM Thursday, Aug. 03, 2017

The 19-year-old man who died Wednesday at the Montgomery County Jail has been identified as Randy L. Staley Jr., according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office and sheriff’s office reports.   Staley’s last known address was on Central Park Avenue in Kettering near Dayton, according to county sources. Staley...
WATCH: Video released for Dayton traffic stop judge called ‘staged’
 Dayton police today released the video of a traffic stop that led a local judge to throw out evidence in the case against the driver because the judge said the video showed officers “staged” the reason for pulling him over. The driver, Calvin Wilson, faces gun charges after a pistol was found on the driver’s side floorboard...

6:53 PM Wednesday, Aug. 02, 2017

Dayton police today released the video of a traffic stop that led a local judge to throw out evidence in the case against the driver because the judge said the video showed officers “staged” the reason for pulling him over. The driver, Calvin Wilson, faces gun charges after a pistol was found on the driver’s side floorboard...
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