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Couple charged after baby left in hot car; Ashtabula County boy’s death ruled homicide: Overnight News Links

August 17, 2018

Couple charged after baby left in hot car; Ashtabula County boy’s death ruled homicide: Overnight News Links

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Couple charged after keeping baby in hot car while overdosing in Canton (WKYC Channel 3)

Ashtabula County boy’s death ruled a homicide (Ashtabula Star Beacon) 

Source: Dan Dee chip company closing its doors for good in Cleveland (WOIO Channel 19)

Crime

Ginn Academy teacher, coach sentenced for sexually abusing teachers (cleveland.com)

Man who refused to testify at trial in road-rage shooting of Cleveland child sobs at sentencing, says he feared for his family (cleveland.com)

RTA rapid rider throws hot coffee on children for no reason, police say (cleveland.com)

New Year’s Eve drink, pit bull bite launch series of bad decisions that land Cleveland woman in prison (cleveland.com)

Akron police search for man wanted in two separate murders (cleveland.com)

Cleveland robber who posed with cash and gun on Facebook sentenced to 32 years (cleveland.com)

Man charged in deadly hit-and-run crash outside restaurant in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood (cleveland.com)

Girl says man abducted and assaulted her in Cleveland before she escaped by stabbing him, police say (cleveland.com)

U.S. Marshals arrest Cleveland fugitive charged in boyfriend’s killing (cleveland.com)

Ax-wielding man tries to break into home on Cleveland’s West Side, police report says (cleveland.com)

FBI searching for man ‘mistakenly released’ from Toledo jail (cleveland.com)

Two arrested, another sought by police in attempted Valley View gun store robbery, reports say (cleveland.com)

Dash cam video shows duo putting gas into stolen car before Parma police chase that ended in crash (cleveland.com)

Painesville police seek bank robbery suspect (News-Herald)

Cleveland / Cuyahoga County

Cleveland police officers, including one who killed man in 2017, suspended for lying about use-of-force (cleveland.com)

Cleveland offers to play peacemaker and pay controversial jail fees for suspects brought in by 10 police agencies (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Orchestra hires law firm, forms panel to investigate Preucil sexual misconduct allegations (cleveland.com)

Justice Department appoints new judge for Cleveland Immigration Court (cleveland.com)

Tailgaiting the Cleveland Browns preseason game? Here are all the rules (cleveland.com)

Building Blockland: Cleveland first city to partner with Blockchain Research Institute (cleveland.com)

Wikipedia cofounder, IBM blockchain leaders to speak at Cleveland blockchain conference: Building Blockland (cleveland.com)

Shirley Aley Campbell, 93, realist artist of the Cleveland School (cleveland.com)

Local news East

Gay lobby targets Bainbridge Township GOP Rep. Dave Joyce for defeat (cleveland.com)

Lake County Commissioners decide against voting on ICE resolutions (cleveland.com)

Local news West

Cockroaches plague Elyria neighborhood, costing residents hundreds of dollars (cleveland.com)

Akron / Canton area

Bike and pedestrian lanes on East Exchange Street to be unveiled Friday (cleveland.com)

University of Akron says it has the most esports-dedicated space of any school worldwide (cleveland.com)

Davey Tree Expert Co. to ‘adopt’ Akron’s Signal Tree for 5 years (cleveland.com)

Highland Square Film Festival seeks to connect Akronites, share Akron-inspired stories (cleveland.com)

State

Senators blast federal handling of immigrant children: ‘We have a serious problem on our hands,’ says Rob Portman (cleveland.com)

Ohio State University investigation into sexual misconduct by former doctor draws federal scrutiny (cleveland.com)

Democrats aren’t giving up on Ohio’s 12th Congressional District as O’Connor gets DCCC support for the general election (cleveland.com)

Why Donald Trump’s return to Ohio is a big deal (cleveland.com)

Ohio prescription drug middlemen made more money from generic medications, report says (cleveland.com)

Ohio’s legal medical marijuana growers will have to break the law to start their first plants (cleveland.com)

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