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son-in-law heads epa - page 14 amherst news-time j? -t ct s- t r j . s u o w u) r. 5' c i n r- x) zt f r:: co f- of! comets net five in a row 8 new year's death: murder, he wr coroner rules north ridge suffocation was homicide ; f.n i- m c: r'a by jason hawk news-times reporter the young woman found dead road home on day strangled to death, according lorain county paul matus, who ruled death monday. "the cause of is asphyxia due manual strangu lation," said tuesday morn ing, declining comment specifics and whether drugs or alcohol were involved. body tanya kennedy nursing facility receives $7,000 penalty civil fine other penalties following nov. 24 an 82-ycar-old man are being disputed manor retirement community. two appeals against pitation sprcngcr centers, company that owns manor, ohio department health have been upheld state officials past month, spokesperson for told last week federal-level petition will be filed. written statement provided sprengcr marketing director melissa schlabach thursday calls client john shullick "tragic," but "nevertheless maintains such incident not fore seeable its response behaviors presented resident night entirely appropriate," shullick, investiga tors say legally blind confused about "place time," fell his from third-story window three hours continued 12 linkous, 29, sheffield township, couch township charles baker iii after several law enforcement agen cies received frantic 91 1 morning jan. 1. nearby lay unconscious shawn kclley, 27, olyria, former assistant football coach at london catholic high schools, investigators called their prime suspect slaying. no formal charges filed kclley connec tion with linkous' though possible murder charge list ed along attempted assault press release packet news times' sheriff's depart ment 3. initially accused stabbing baker, 43, chest throat attempting harm baker's girlfriend, 4i-ycar-old tammy lutz lorain, 's bond set $100,000 judge thomas januzzi during obcrlin municipal court arraignment wednesday where charged aggravated felonious assault. raised $1 million as grand jury indicted one addition al count each charges, which served jail thursday. kelley's attorney, jack bradley, originally pleaded $50,000, suggesting defendant's fam ily would post property him free. alleged assailant slated appear common pleas today 8:30 a.m. face stem ming indictment; also scheduled this afternoon , ' picking up pieces olivia thomas, 2, plays few her favorite puzzles public library monday while mother signs toddler weekly story times. attorney bradley confers kelley jan 4 oberlin court. icelandic horses die semi crash it clear beautiful eve route 77 carolina when runaway truck smashed into horse trailer towed breeders doug kane. coming rolling stop behind long traffic jam en holiday south carolina, kanes suddenly slammed most motorhome swept 300 feet down roadway mtov.mtiseior trail er's wake. spared police them acted like "gigantic crum ple zone" absorbed 50 60-rhph impact cherished princessa skessa killed instantly. "we spent next watching mass tan gled vehicles separated so bodies our could removed," wrote e-mail message workers friends week. "being 450 miles hunie, we had choice okay disposal land fill." both mares pregnant, foals expected march april, force great ejected (right) fra storu-heidi una (left) graze kane farm amherst. tossed out onto highway, she said. driver survived, walking away virtually unharmed despite aluminum drilled through wind shield speared scat. yet released report, believe dnvcr fallen asleep wheel; never brake, even leaving skid marks any kind, la$t loss devastating kanes' small sandstone stables amherst, emotional toll has greater. scarf many colors marigold petkov3ek, 9, waves helping mom unload groceries family van. overflow plagues system clogging dockets arrest rate bobfiftun streets safer room packed nearly doubled arrests 2004, some city hoping hire full-time prosecutor. "i there 70 cases docket, it's impossible prosecutor handle cases," ken stumphauzer year, officers made 677 adult criminal arrests, 462 2002 363 2001. december, 2004 topped 1,200 mark, 4,055 stops 2,049 citations issued. numbers quadru pled since began tracking via computer database 1998, captain dennis seger. think tirne make sure all send ing get time attention warranted," chief lonnie dillon, attrib utes increased activity newly-hired, young, aggres sive officers. "with volume we're way, shortcuts taken," calling "long overdue," dillon pointed more than size, growing nine 20 33 years hired. addition, first year 2000 operated full compli ment, said, newly implemented ilinks in-car com puter allowed offi cers arrests. result tremendous increase driving under sus pension misdemeanor violations, well surge felony cases, stumphauzer, whose firm banmgartner (& o'toole hired represent city's legal interests. "something done address " indicating ho approach mayor paga 'p mmk niwi v irtormmm mh kmtml miiaut irmicof fifty mum, if. btrrrt fhi fauft btiiafii launches web site you're testify case morning, you don't know what time. want plead guilty minor offense, unable scheduled. need directions court, because live outside county, can't call. can find answers these questions court's site, www.oberlinmunicipalcourt.org tom started sile informa accessible people use "when practicing law, became very interested access words," "and ability 7 :
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-01-12|
|Date of Original||2005-01-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-01-12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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