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Franklin County sheriff’s weekly report: firewood stolen and caught on video

Franklin County Sheriff s Office weekly report from Sept. 10 16, 2016: 9/10/2016 Sgt. Kevin Hartley investigated a report of a possible marijuana grow on the Weymouth Road in Freeman Twp. 9/10/2016 Sgt. Matt Brann investigated a report of an impaired driver on Route 27 in Kingfield. He found the reported vehicle parked with no driver. 9/10/2016 Sgt. Brann investigated a report of phone harassment at Shadagee Lane in Phillips. 9/10/2016 Deputy Derek Doucette received a report that a man in Eustis was driving around in a gold-colored Toyota sedan with a suspended license. 9/11/2016 Deputy Sandy Burke investigated a theft of firewood on Dutch Gap Road in Chesterville that was caught on video. 9/11/2016 Sgt. Brann responded to a 911 hang-up complaint in the woods near Greenwood Brook Road in Industry. It was determined to be juveniles with a cell phone. 9/11/2016 Deputy Doucette stopped a vehicle reportedly traveling 80 mph in a 50 mph zone on Route 4 in Jay at 11 p.m. Upon turning on the vehicle, Doucette reported the operation was consistent with impairment. As a result of the stop, Thomas Mosher, 26, of Fairfield, was arrested on a charge of operating under influence of drugs. 9/12/2016 Deputy Doucette investigated a theft of used batteries from the Chesterville landfill which had occurred over the weekend. 9/12/2016 Deputy Andrew Morgan responded to an animal complaint on George Thomas Road in Chesterville where a labrador retriever was attacked by a pit bull dog. The lab was injured, the pit bull was removed by the animal control officer. 9/12/2016 Sgt. Hartley investigated a reported theft of knives at a residence in Carthage. The theft apparently occurred a few weeks ago and was just being reported. 9/12/2016 Deputy Burke investigated a reported theft of tools from a garage at a residence in New Sharon. 9/12/2016 Deputy Morgan and Sgt. Brann investigated an alleged violation of bail in New Sharon. 9/12/2016 Sgt. Brann investigated a bad check complaint at Our Village Market in New Vineyard. 9/12/2016 Sgt. Hartley investigated a late report of a theft of a shotgun from a residence in Carthage which occurred early in the summer. A game camera was also reported at stolen. 9/12/2016 Deputy Burke investigated a report of a theft of a lawn mower from a residence in Perkins Twp. 9/12/2016 Sgt. Hartley investigated a report of suspicious activity in Sandy River Plt. 9/13/2016 Sgt. Brann and Deputy Morgan investigated an unattended death report in Chesterville. 9/13/2016 Sgt. Nate Bean investigated an assault complaint on Taylor Hill Road in New Vineyard. No charges were filed. 9/14/2016 Deputy Morgan responded to a report of a hit and run accident on Zions Hill Road in Chesterville. While a tow truck driver was attempting to load a disabled vehicle, a black pickup with a brush guard and loud exhaust came by, struck the tow truck and left the scene without stopping. There was a male driver in the vehicle. No injuries were reported. 9/14/2016 Deputy Keith Madore investigated a civil issue brought up by a postal service worker regarding mail for an elderly woman who no longer lived at her residence in New Sharon. 9/14/2016 Sheriff Scott Nichols assisted Farmington police with an accident on Main Street. 9/14/2016 Sgt. Brann responded to Stinchfield Hill Road regarding a report of a horse that had escaped its enclosure. Brann was able to find and return the animal; an ACO was not available. 9/14/2016 Det. Ken Charles started an investigation of a report of a sexual assault that was reported to have occurred in Chesterville. 9/15/2016 Deputy Morgan responded to a single vehicle accident on the Cohoon Road in Chesterville at 3:30 a.m. after a vehicle ran into a tree. According to the driver he walked to his camp then consumed alcohol for a while prior to returning to the scene to report the accident. He was charged with failure to report an accident by quickest means. 9/15/2016 Sgt. Brann responded to a single vehicle accident on Route 27 in New Vineyard where the driver swerved to avoid a deer and hit a tree instead. 9/16/2016 Deputy Madore investigated a theft complaint from the Corner Store in Chesterville. 9/16/2016 Deputy Madore responded to a complaint of a tractor trailer being driven in an aggressively on Route 27 in New Vineyard. Deputies conducted 11 building checks during this time period, all were secure. Deputies also conducted six elder checks. – Submitted by Sheriff Scott Nichols

Shred Station puts ‘biggest mobile shredder outside U.S’ on DAF CF chassis 0

Shred Station puts ‘biggest mobile shredder outside U.S’ on DAF CF chassis

What is said to be the largest mobile shredding truck outside the USA , and costing in excess of 300,000, has been put on the road with a new DAF CF 310 FAS 6 2 26-tonne rigid by Shred Station. The company, which has BSIA and PCI DSS accreditations and bases in Norwich and Harlow, operates across the UK on high security shredding and disposal work, and has just won a new five-year contract to which the DAF will be dedicated. The new fleet addition has a Vecoplan mobile shredder and bin lifter, all installed by a bodybuilder in the Netherlands, Transcom, before going out to Germany to be scrutinised and approved by the body designers. Shred Station s managing director, Simon Franklin, said, This is now the largest mobile shredding vehicle on the roads outside America. The Americans have been using this type of mobile shredding vehicle for many years, so due to ever increasing demand over here for a smaller shred size and faster throughput we teamed up with Vecoplan and Transcom to bring this to Europe. One of some 16 DAF trucks on the FORS Silver standard fleet, the latest addition has a lifting rear axle, specified by Shred Station to reduce tyre wear and aid with manoeuvrability in tight urban and industrial environments. Simon Franklin again, We already run Goodyear FUELMAX tyres to help keep operating costs down, so the more we can protect them and extend their working life the better the return on our investment. Simon Franklin has selected DAF for the Shred Station fleet based on previous experience of the marque. They are cost-effective, fuel-efficient, reliable trucks, and you don t get much better than that. Simon had tried another marque in the past, but said that, while cheaper to buy, they had proved to be an unreliable truck with an even more unreliable dealer . DAFs are a very robust and cost effective vehicle, he said, we get real value for money and second to none support from both our local dealers Ford & Slater, in Norwich, Harris DAF at Lea Valley, near our Harlow depot and the entire DAF network if we ever need it. Mobile shredders are unique vehicles, you can t just go out and rent another one if you have a problem on the road, so having DAFaid and the national network to rely on is very reassuring. As with any transport business these days, even one as specialised as Shred Station, drivers are an important factor in operational reliability. While some of the larger DAFs run all over the UK, many of Shred Station s 7.5, 12, 15, 18 and new 26t DAFs will run just an hour or two from their depot and then start the tough shredding work. Whatever the size of DAF, Shred Station reported its drivers were all happy with the comfort and refinement of the DAF cabs. Fuel, that other major operational factor, was also reported to be good with the fleet. It isn t just the fuel consumption associated with travelling to the customer site that is important. In the majority of our vehicles we have on-board shredders that require engine power to drive a built-in PTO, and this is where fuel consumption is also key. It can be very demanding, but DAFs have always had a good reputation for economy and we are very happy with their performances for us.

Some Ohio Democrats back write-in candidate’s US House bid 0

Some Ohio Democrats back write-in candidate’s US House bid

Updated: Monday, September 12, 2016 @ 1:59 PM Published: Thursday, June 09, 2016 @ 11:42 AM By: Amelia Robinson The name of a former Oakwood High School star swimmer is the most recent in an unofficial list of area residents that have made headlines across the nation for sensational and/or shocking offenses. Brock Turner was unanimously found guilty by a jury [1] in the behind-the-dumpster sexual assault of an intoxicated, unconscious woman at Stanford University in January 2015. His six month jail sentence and letters seeking leniency from his father and other supporters has caused a firestorm. > > RELATED: The latest updates in Brock Turner case from our news partners at Dayton Daily News [2] Here are other notorious Dayton area residents who committed national known offenses ranging from the demented to to the relatively minor. MARCUS WAYNE CHENAULT JR. With the help of his wife and mother, Martin Luther King recouperated from a stabbing in a New York department store in 1958. (Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution Archive) In 1974, Chenault gunned down Alberta King, the mother of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., while she played the organ during a Sunday service at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church. The Dayton man also killed Edward Boykin, a church deacon. He died of a stroke in 1995 in an Atlanta-area hospital. [3] He was 44. LARRY TROUTMAN Photo from April 30, 1999–Memorial Service for Roger and Larry Troutman at Shiloh Misssionary Baptist Church on Fairbanks Ave in Dayton. Shirly Murdock-DeGroat leads congregation in prayer. (Source: Dayton Daily News Archive) Troutman shot his brother and bandmate, talkbox pioneer Roger Troutman [4] , outside of Roger Troutman’s Dayton music studio as part of a murder-suicide on April 25, 1999. He was later found dead in his car from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Roger Troutman died at an area hospital. The brothers were part of the legendary Dayton funk band Zapp. [5] MICHAEL FAY The Dayton area’s most well-known criminals of the last 20 years commited one of the tamest crimes. Then-18 year old and of Kettering, Michael Fay found himself in the middle of an international debate over crime and punishment after vandalizing cars and stealing road signs in Singapore in 1993. He was caned after being convicted there of theft and vandalism. CHINA ARNOLD Archived photo from China Arnold’s third trial in 2011. China Arnold [6] is serving life without parole for the death of her 28-day-old baby girl, Paris Talley. In one of the most gruesome murder cases in recent Montgomery County history, prosecutors argued that Arnold killed the baby by burning her in a microwave oven. ALTON COLEMAN AND DEBRA BROWN Alton Coleman and Debra Brown (Source: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections) Serial killer Alton Coleman was executed on April 26, 2002 for a six-state killing spree in 1994. He and his common-law wife, Debra Brown, were arrested in July 1984 in Evanston, Ill. Authorities say they were behind a seven-week series of beatings and murders in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Brown’s death penalty was commuted to a life sentence. JERRY AND JOSEPH KANE Jerry Kane’s high school yearbook picture. Contributed photo West Memphis, Ark. police officers Brandon Paudert and Bill Evans were killed after stopping a van driven by former Springfield resident Jerry Kane in 2010. Kane, an anti-government U.S. extremist, gave the officers documents that used convoluted language describing him as a sovereign citizen, not bound by the laws of any government. As the officers looked at the documents, Kane s 16-year-old son Joseph climbed out of the van with an AK-47 and shot them multiple times. The Kanes were eventually cornered in a Walmart parking lot and died in a hail of gunfire. Two other officers were hurt in that gun battle. References ^ found guilty by a jury ( ^ > > RELATED: The latest updates in Brock Turner case from our news partners at Dayton Daily News ( ^ He died of a stroke in 1995 in an Atlanta-area hospital. ( ^ Roger Troutman ( ^ Dayton funk band Zapp. ( ^ China Arnold (