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Columbus police release bodycam footage after coyote bites officer

Channel 10 news - 3 hours 14 min ago

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus police have released bodycam footage showing the aftermath of a coyote biting an officer Thursday night in the east side of the city.

Police say just before 7:30 p.m., Officer James Tripp, a 32-year-veteran with the force, was assisting with traffic control in the area of South Hamilton Road and I-70 when he was bitten in the right knee by a coyote.

Tripp was able to mace the coyote and strike it while other officers responded.

Released body cam footage shows additional officers responding after the bite. Cruisers surrounded the animal before an officer used a taser on it. The animal can be heard yelping as a result.

Warning: The video below shows the taser being used on the coyote. Viewer discretion is advised.

Police say the coyote then charged at other officers after being struck by the taser and ran into a wooded area.

After continuing to display aggressive behavior, police say an officer fatally shot the coyote to prevent it from attacking anyone else.

Animal Control recovered the deceased animal for testing to determine if it had rabies or any other disease that would have caused it to display unusual behavior.

Tripp sustained multiple bite wounds to his knee and was taken to an area hospital fro treatment.

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Prosecutor: Driver involved in pursuit, crash that killed woman had meth in his system

Channel 10 news - 4 hours 12 min ago

The man accused of leading Gahanna police in a chase and crash that killed a female passenger has been indicted.

Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announced the grand jury returned a seven-count indictment against 38-year-old Christopher McCleese II.

The charges stem from the chase and crash that happened on Jan. 8. The pursuit began when police attempted to stop the vehicle being driven by McCleese.

Police said McCleese was wanted for felonious assault stemming from a domestic incident on Jan. 3.

The pursuit lasted for four minutes before the vehicle crashed into a tree at the intersection of Clark State Road and Headley Road.

The passenger, 44-year-old Shannon Currier, was pronounced dead at the scene. McCleese attempted to flee but was captured shortly after.

Shannon Currier

“This man had a warrant for his arrest for felonious assault and had drugs in his system when he fled from police, lost control of his vehicle, and crashed his car into a tree, killing his female passenger,” O’Brien said.

The counts in McCleese’s indictment include felonious assault with repeat violent offender Specification, aggravated vehicular homicide, failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination of them - OVI, and operating a vehicle while under the influence of a listed controlled substance or a listed metabolite of a controlled Substance - OVI.

“The indictment alleges in the OVI counts that at the time of the crash the defendant had a concentration of methamphetamine metabolite in his urine and/or blood,” O’Brien said.

McCleese is scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 22.

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Lockdown lifted at West High School after police respond to multiple fights

Channel 10 news - 4 hours 49 min ago

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A lockdown at West High School was lifted Friday after police responded to multiple fights at the school, according to the Columbus City School District.

Police said the school resource officer reported fights in the gym and the hallways around 11 a.m.

An officer who responded to the first call for fights reported another fight in the cafeteria around noon.

Police said the school will be dismissing on time.

Police said upwards of 20 police cruisers responded to the school.

A district spokesperson said the school was initially placed on lockdown to deescalate the situation.

There are no reports of anyone being taken to the hospital, according to Columbus police.

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DeWine to deliver State of the State on March 31

Channel 10 news - 4 hours 53 min ago

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will deliver his annual State of the State address on March 31, according to a Friday announcement.

This will be the second address by the Republican governor to the General Assembly since he took office last year.

GOP House Speaker Larry Householder on Friday formally extended the invitation to DeWine to make the speech, saying he and House lawmakers share DeWine’s commitment to Ohio and the future.

DeWine used last year’s address to campaign for an increase in the gas tax. Lawmakers eventually delivered an increase but far below what DeWine requested.

DeWine returned the speech to the Statehouse after former Gov. John Kasich held it in different Ohio cities each year.

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Sebastian Berhalter, son of US coach, joins Columbus Crew

Channel 10 news - 4 hours 58 min ago

The 19-year-old son of U.S. national team coach Gregg Berhalter has signed with Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew as a homegrown player.

Gregg Berhalter coached the Crew from 2013-18 before he was hired by the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Midfielder Sebastian Berhalter played for the Crew youth academy from 2014-19 and appeared in 16 games for North Carolina as a freshman last season.

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WATCH: Joe Burrow, LSU Tigers visit the White House after winning national title

Channel 10 news - 6 hours 25 min ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump welcomes the national champion Louisiana State University football team to the White House today.

Trump attended Monday night’s game in New Orleans when LSU defeated Clemson 42-25, and he received an enthusiastic welcome from the crowd.

Before visiting the White House, the LSU team will tour the nearby National Museum of African American History and Culture, according to The Advocate newspaper in Baton Rouge.

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Ohio school officials investigating after lunch taken away from student by cafeteria worker

Channel 10 news - 6 hours 32 min ago

WELLINGTON, Ohio (WKYC) — Wellington Exempted Village Schools are investigating after they say a cafeteria employee took a lunch away from a middle school student for having a negative balance.

In an email to 3News, Superintendent Edward Weber says the actions taken by the cafeteria worker are against school policy.

Weber says he ate lunch with the student on Thursday and apologized on behalf of the district, adding that the staff member will be held accountable after the investigation is complete.

The district shared its school meal charge policy with 3News.

"We understand that emergencies occur and a child can leave without having lunch or lunch money on their account. The food service department will take care of your child/children’s needs when this happens. Please understand we must comply with state and federal guidelines and must maintain a system for accounting for charged meals for both reduced and full paid students.

Students can charge up to $20.00 towards a full meal. Students with negative balances cannot purchase ala carte items until the balance is no longer negative. This includes students who have negative balances and wish to purchase ala carte items with cash. The cash will be used to pay off their negative balance and they will not receive the ala carte item. In addition, students may not charge ala carte items. This includes extra sandwiches, snack foods and beverages to include milk.

There is no charging at the middle and high school levels past the -$20.00."

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"It was an eye-opener": Domestic violence survivor shares story with 8th graders

Channel 10 news - 11 hours 44 min ago

The 8th grade class at Buckeye Middle School took part in a unique lesson Thursday. Instead, of their typical curriculum, the students heard from Teresa Carter Kizzie, a survivor of domestic violence.

“Whew,” she said in a voice of despair. “When I was 8, March 8th, 1994, I witnessed my father killing my mother.”

Young and terrified, Teresa was the one who called the police to come to her family home on East 13th Avenue.

“My dad and mom started fighting over money and I remember my mom putting her back against the door to keep him out of the room and he shot through the door,” she explained. “I was actually on the phone with 911.”

Twenty-six years later, Teresa is now sharing her journey in the classroom.

“It was an eye-opener,” said Shaniya Jones Harris, an 8th grader.

Teresa now travels to various schools showing kids how writing and journaling helped her heal and forgive.

“I remember asking God to read my writings to my mom… And in my heart I felt that she was with me,” she said.

The now published author has rewritten her story, a personal testimony of strength and endurance.

“If she got through that by writing, that's a lot and clearly it's powerful,” said Aniyah Thompson, an 8th grader.

“I know I can overcome things too now,” said Gabriel Monroe, also an 8th grader.

Teresa is now married and lives in Nashville. She is the mother of two children.

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Winter Weather Advisory issued for parts of central Ohio; some could see freezing rain, 1"-3" of snow

Channel 10 news - 11 hours 44 min ago

We woke up to a much colder start to the day on Friday with wind chills in the teens. You may have seen some alerts for winter weather advisories across central Ohio, but don’t worry, it isn’t until later tonight.

At 8 p.m., these winter weather advisories across NW central Ohio will be in effect until 8 a.m. Saturday morning. During that time, snow, freezing rain and rain will be possible. The advisory, however, will be for the snow and freezing rain that will fall across parts of the region.

TIMING: 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. for winter weather advisories. Chance for snow late Friday night, with snow and freezing rain mixing in at times early Saturday morning, mainly before daybreak. Snow and freezing rain will then transition over the plain rain during the mid-morning hours, with rain showers continuing into Saturday afternoon. Highs will then top off in the mid 40s with gusty winds developing into the evening. Snow flurries return on Sunday.

LOCATION: Central Ohio.

IMPACTS: Snow and freezing rain. Some light snowfall and ice accumulations will be possible. Snowfall accumulations south of I-70 will be very light, with most seeing a light dusting. Areas along I-70 and south of Delaware County could see up to an inch. Areas north of Delaware County could then see 1-3”, with locally higher amounts the further north you travel. Freezing rain accumulations will be generally light, with a few hundredths of an inch. Rain will then allow for these accumulations to be altered, so minor impacts are expected on the roadways, especially around central Ohio. Temperatures will be back in the mid 40’s by the afternoon, so don’t expect much of the snow to stick around.

LOOKING AHEAD: Rain wraps up Saturday evening, with gusty winds up to 40 mph at times. Much colder by Sunday morning with wind chills near 0 degrees at times. Refreezing possible Sunday morning since temperatures will be in the teens. Flurries will then stick around on Sunday with cloudy skies and highs in the 20’s.

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Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan put on 'administrative leave'

Channel 10 news - 12 hours 2 min ago

NEW YORK — The Recording Academy has placed Deborah Dugan, its president and CEO of just six months, on administrative leave following an allegation of misconduct by a senior leader at the organization.

The move announced late Thursday comes 10 days before the 2020 Grammy Awards will be held in Los Angeles.

"In light of concerns raised to the Recording Academy Board of Trustees, including a formal allegation of misconduct by a senior female member of the Recording Academy team, the board has placed Recording Academy President and CEO Deborah Dugan on administrative leave, effective immediately,” the academy said in a statement to The Associated Press. “The board has also retained two independent third-party investigators to conduct independent investigations of the allegations.”

Dugan, the former CEO of Bono’s (RED) organization, became the first woman appointed to lead the academy.

Recording Academy Board Chair Harvey Mason Jr., the music producer who has worked with Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson and more, will serve as interim president and CEO of the academy.

“The board determined this action to be necessary in order to restore the confidence of the Recording Academy’s membership, repair Recording Academy employee morale, and allow the Recording Academy to focus on its mission of serving all music creators,” the statement continued. “The Recording Academy Board of Trustees is committed to fostering a safe, diverse, and inclusive workplace, music industry, and society.”

Dugan succeeded Neil Portnow, who led the Grammys since 2002. Before joining (RED), the AIDS organization that launched in 2006, Dugan was president of Disney Publishing Worldwide and executive vice president at EMI/Capitol Records. She started her career as an attorney on Wall Street.

Dugan didn't immediately reply to an email seeking comment from The Associated Press.

Before Dugan, music executive Christine Farnon held the top position at the academy for years, though she never had the title of president and CEO. She held multiple positions at the Grammys throughout her tenure, retiring in 1992 as executive vice president. Michael Greene became the first official president and CEO of the academy in 1988, leading the organization until 2002 when Portnow took over.

This year's Grammys is set to feature performances by Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Demi Lovato, Aerosmith, Bonnie Raitt, Tyler, the Creator, Run-DMC, Rosalía, H.E.R. and Lizzo, who is the top nominee with eight.

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San Francisco Giants hire first female major league coach

Channel 10 news - 12 hours 41 min ago

SAN FRANCISCO — Alyssa Nakken became the first female coach on a major league staff in baseball history Thursday when she was named an assistant under new Giants manager Gabe Kapler.

Major League Baseball confirmed Nakken is the first woman coach in the majors. Nakken is a former softball standout at first base for Sacramento State who joined the club in 2014 as an intern in baseball operations. She and Mark Hallberg, who was also named as an assistant Thursday, will work to promote high performance along with a close-knit team atmosphere.

Kapler, who expressed during the winter meetings that he would hire some coaches for nontraditional roles, said in a text message Nakken will be in uniform.

The team said Nakken has been responsible for “developing, producing and directing a number of the organization’s health and wellness initiatives and events.”

The NBA has several female assistant coaches. The NFL’s San Francisco 49ers, playing in this Sunday’s NFC championship game, have Katie Sowers as an offensive assistant.

At Sacramento State from 2009-2012, Nakken was a three-time all-conference player and four-time Academic All American. She went on to earn a master’s degree in sport management from the University of San Francisco in 2015.

“Alyssa and Mark are highly respected members of the organization and I’m delighted that they will now focus their talents on helping to build a winning culture in the clubhouse,” Kapler said. “In every organization, environment affects performance, and baseball clubhouses are no different. That’s why in addition to assisting the rest of the coaching staff on the field, Mark and Alyssa will focus on fostering a clubhouse culture that promotes high performance through, among other attributes, a deep sense of collaboration and team.”

San Francisco also signed left-hander Drew Smyly to a one-year contract. Smyly went a combined 4-7 with a 6.24 ERA over 25 appearances with 21 starts and 114 innings between Texas and Philadelphia last season.

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After deployment, Ohio Army National Guard sergeant surprises family at Blue Jackets game

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 21:03

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A local family got the surprise of a lifetime at a matchup between with Columbus Blue Jackets and the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.

Ohio Army National Guard Sgt. Leonard Burke of Reynoldsburg had just returned home from an 11-month deployment to Camp Beuhring, Kuwait.

After playing an in-game contest, Burke's family received the greatest prize of all — the homecoming of their loved one.

The reunion captured on video shows the family immediately gather in an emotional embrace.

The homecoming fell on the Blue Jackets' Military Appreciation Night.

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Foligno scores late to push Blue Jackets past Hurricanes 3-2

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 20:42

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Nick Foligno scored the tiebreaking goal with 1:41 left in the game, Elvis Merzlikins had 32 saves and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 on Thursday night.

Foligno grabbed the loose puck in the slot and fired it past Petr Mrazek’s glove for his first goal in 23 games.

Emil Bemstrom and Cam Atkinson also scored for Columbus, which won its third straight despite failing to generate many offensive chances. They are 5-0-1 in the last six.

Martin Necas and Jordan Staal scored, and Mrazek had 15 saves for the Hurricanes, who lost their second straight.

The rookie Bemstrom — who was headhunted by Boston after he knocked goalie Tuukka Rask out of Tuesday’s game — scored on Carolina 1:07 into the first period with a high wrist shot off the rush. That was one of just four shots the Blue Jackets managed in the first period.

Necas tied the score with his 11th goal of the season on a breakaway 8:38 into the second period, ending Merzlikins’ shutout streak at 166:29. The Columbus goalie had recorded shutouts in the Blue Jackets’ last two games.

Atkinson, in his first appearance since missing 12 games with an ankle sprain, collected the puck just inside the right circle and snapped it past Mrazek 4:51 into the third period. The Hurricanes tied the score again when Staal shielded Merlikins in front of the net and then deflected a
Teuvo Teravainen for a score.

An apparent go-ahead goal by Zach Werenski was waved off because the Blue Jackets were offside.

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Board votes to put off efforts to sell, shut down Boy Scout camp properties

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 20:37

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A committee appointed to look into revenue generating options related to Simon Kenton Council Camp properties released their plan during a Thursday meeting.

In November, the board passed an amended resolution to suspend all Simon Kenton Council operations at Chief Logan Reservation on or before Sept. 1, 2020.

The Simon Kenton Council Board also moved to form a committee to explore those options that included but weren't limited to the sale, lease, license or other transactions.

On Thursday, the board passed a resolution to put off initiating any efforts to market, sell, lease or close down any Council-owned properties (except Camp Lazarus), according to a press release.

The board also decided to continue the camp master planning process to help define the needs of the council while also making sure it's financially able to support the facilities.

An update will be presented in May on the camp master plan development and recommendations for the camp properties.

The second resolution passed in November will explore the sale or lease of land on the southeast corner of Camp Lazarus.

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Department of Homeland Security seeks Pentagon funds for 270 miles of border wall

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 20:01

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Homeland Security has asked the Pentagon to fund the construction of 270 miles of border wall this year as part of a counter-drug effort, defense officials said Thursday.

The officials said the request came in Wednesday, and the Pentagon is beginning what will be a two-week assessment to determine what will be approved. The officials, who briefed reporters on condition of anonymity, would not provide any cost estimates.

The request comes amid sharp divisions about the border wall between President Donald Trump and members of Congress who have opposed the use of military funding for the construction.

The border wall is one of Trump's signature issues — he's been talking about building a “big beautiful wall” between the U.S. and Mexico since his early campaign days. He also has claimed that Mexico is paying for the wall, but that has not happened.

Instead, money has been diverted from military construction projects and drug interdiction funding, setting up a persistent source of conflict between Democratic lawmakers and Trump in the budget bills each year.

Defense officials said the request is for construction or replacement of border barriers, lighting and roads in six sectors across several states. The six areas, the officials said, are high traffic areas that include some urban sections near border crossings.

Earlier this week, officials said the Trump administration was weighing whether to shift billions more in military funding to build the border wall. And House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita M. Lowey and other lawmakers said the administration was planning to “steal” $7.2 billion in counternarcotics and military construction funding to pay for the wall.

Officials on Thursday said there have been no decisions about any funding levels. And they said the Pentagon's two-week review will assess if the request meets legal requirements and seeks feasible construction. Senior military leaders will review the impact on military readiness and the comptroller will identify potential funds. A final decision would be made by Defense Secretary Mark Esper.

When asked about wall funding this week, Esper said the Pentagon considers the southwest U.S. border to be part of its mission to protect the homeland, and that the department supports the DHS in that respect. Asked whether that meant supporting DHS financially, he said, “If that’s what it takes, we prepared to support.”

Last year Trump was forced to settle for just $1.4 billion in wall funding following the longest government shutdown in history. In reaction, he declared a national emergency that allowed him to shift almost three times as much money from military accounts to wall building.

The Supreme Court ruled this summer the funds could be used. In total, about $12 billion has been allocated for the wall. And billions more have been requested.

The defense officials said that last year counternarcotics funding was authorized for use to construct 129 miles of border reinforcement. Military construction money is being used for another 175 miles. All together, the officials said, they expect to complete 400 to 500 miles of border construction by the end of this year.

The officials said broadly that counterdrug money can be used for the wall because the entire southwest border has been certified by DHS as a drug smuggling corridor.

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11-year-old Massachusetts girl rescued after being kidnapped on way home from school

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 19:21

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WTSP) — Horrifying doesn’t begin to describe the situation a Massachusetts family found themselves in on Wednesday.

Relief can’t come close to illustrating the moment, hours later, when a kidnapped girl was returned to them.

According to WBZ, 11-year-old Charlotte Moccia was on her way home from school in Springfield. Minutes later, a man abducted her.

“She was screaming, got in — definitely unwillingly — and they left the area,” Springfield Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood told the station.

Authorities issued an AMBER Alert, and the race to find her was on.

About six hours later, police got the break everyone was hoping for.

State Police told WBZ they received several calls at about 7:15 p.m. from motorists who spotted the car on the Mass Pike eastbound in Brimfield. Troopers working a detail were able to slow traffic down to a crawl and then arrested Rodriguez at gunpoint.

Troopers found the victim in the backseat of the car. Close to Rodriguez in the front seat was a knife

He was taken into custody.

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Police: Officer bitten by coyote in east Columbus; animal shot and killed

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 19:04

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Police say a Columbus officer was taken to the hospital after being bit by a coyote on Thursday evening.

According to Columbus police, the officer was helping a stranded driver in the area of I-70 eastbound and Hamilton Road just after 7 p.m. when he was approached and bitten by the coyote.

The animal ran away after the officer punched it, but returned when more officers arrived.

Police say attempts to use a taser on the animal didn't work, and it ran toward a wooded area. The officers then surrounded the animal to try and capture it.

Police say the coyote became aggressive and one of the officers shot and killed the animal.

The officer taken to the hospital is in stable condition and expected to be ok.

Police are investigating the incident.

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Miami Trace Local School District closed Friday due to high volume of influenza B cases

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 18:34

FAYETTE COUNTY, Ohio — The Miami Trace Local School District will be closed on Friday, Jan. 17, due to a high volume of influenza B cases, according to the school district.

The district posted a message to its website and social media, saying there has been a high volume of cases throughout the district. The district says it is working closely with the Fayette County Health Department to monitor the situation.

"As a result, the district will be closed on Friday, January 17, 2020. This will provide four days and the opportunity to thoroughly disinfect our facilities and buses," the message read.

The district says it will be shut down until the start of the school day on Tuesday, Jan. 21. All district activities and contests will be canceled over the weekend, including youth programs.

People are asked to stay out of the school buildings over the weekend as it will "provide four days and the opportunity to thoroughly disinfect our facilities and buses."

The school district did not say how many cases of influenza B were reported.

The district also said on Facebook "all on campus and off campus practices, MS/HS athletic contests home and away, and all youth activities are canceled" during the closure.

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Questions remain from family, victim advocacy group over Hocking County woman's murder

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 17:55

HOCKING COUNTY, Ohio — The case of a mother being shot to death by her estranged husband has many in Hocking County asking several questions. Namely, how did this happen when he wasn't supposed to even be around her?

Natalie Nutter’s family members held back tears as they stood in front of county commissioners, asking for them to take action in hopes of preventing another tragedy.

“I'm not here to say it could have been prevented. In my opinion, it may not have been prevented. I don't want this kind of tragedy to happen to someone else,” said David Harris, Natalie Nutter’s cousin.

Emotions are still very raw for the family.

“This is a serious matter — involves many victims here in this county. It needs to be resolved,” Harris said.

The Hocking County Sheriff's Office says before turning a gun on himself, Kevin Nutter killed his estranged wife, Natalie.

Natalie had filed for divorce, and in court records, Natalie says Kevin threatened to kill her. She had a protection order against him.

Natalie's family and the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center met with Hocking County Commissioners. They have questions about how members of the Hocking County Prosecutor's office have handled cases and victims.

“As a statewide organization that is tasked with making sure victim’s rights are protected and enforced, these kinds of things are very troubling to us,” said Elizabeth Well, legal director for Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center.

The Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center is a non-profit that provides free legal representation to victims of crime when their rights are violated. Well says several of the group's clients have said as victims, they were not treated properly by a victim's advocate within the Hocking County Prosecutor's office.

“In one example, telling a victim if she continues to contact the prosecutor's office for updates, she can be prosecuted for telecommunications harassment,” Well said.

They argue the person whose job it is to make sure victims are supported did not live up to all of her responsibilities.

“I think as a victim advocate, whether you agree or disagree with what that victim is telling you, that's not your call. You are there for support of the victim,” Harris said.

In a statement, the Hocking County Prosecutor Ben Fickel said, "I have reviewed all of the information that has been presented to me and made the appropriate changes in the Victim's Services program. I have also reached out to the Ohio Crime Victim's Justice Center to request additional training for all of our advocates. Our office strives to provide assistance to victims above and beyond that required by Marsy's Law, and will continue to emphasize fairness and empathy for our victims.”

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Police searching for missing 14-year-old girl last seen in north Columbus

Channel 10 news - Thu, 01/16/2020 - 16:21

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Columbus Division of Police is searching for a missing 14-year-old girl last seen on the north side of the city.

Police said Dakota Fuller did not return home from school on Wednesday. She attends The Charles School.

Dakota is described as a black female, 5 feet 1 inch, 180 pounds, black hair and brown eyes.

If anyone has information on her whereabouts, please contact Columbus Police at 614-645-4545.

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