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Two injury accidents occurred last Tuesday within a 20 minute period and just a half mile from each other on I-75.
Jerusalem Township trustees want former Trustee Rodney Graffis to reimburse the township $20,174.04 that an audit in 2007 showed he had improperly received for health insurance coverage.
The special prosecutor in the case of Terri Camp, Woodville, who is seeking to have her driving privileges re-instated after being convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide, has asked the Ottawa County Common Pleas Court for a hearing continuance.
Christy Cole, who was appointed special prosecutor by Ottawa County Prosecutor Mark Mulligan, said Thursday she has filed a motion asking the court to re-schedule Camp’s hearing because of a scheduling conflict with her private practice.
Cole has also filed a motion with the court opposing Camp’s request.
Common Pleas Court Judge Bruce Winters had scheduled a hearing on Camp’s request for Feb. 26.
On paper, Camp appears to be someone who has turned her life around and overcome past problems with alcohol.
Since her release from prison for a conviction in 1993 of aggravated vehicular homicide committed while driving drunk, she has earned the certification for becoming an optician and is employed by a Woodville optometrist. Camp, 45, has also been a participant in a 12-step program and completed the Healing, Encouraging, Abstinence, and Recovery Through Sobriety (HEARTS) program.
A former Modine manufacturing plant employees says one of his own may have saved a life during a fire that engulfed the shut down factory with smoke on Jan. 29.
Former Modine worker Tom Liskai says Jamie Haas, also a former employee and Pemberville-Freedom Fire Department volunteer firefighter, responded just in time to save a contractor’s life.
Haas says he was just doing his job, and doesn’t want to take all the credit for it. He believes because he once worked at Modine, his fellow employees are making a bigger deal of it than it really deserves.
“We don't like talking about things like that. I don't want to be known as a hero, I just did what we were told to do and that's it,” Haas said.
“That's just one of those situations, and like I said, it was something where I did nothing out of the ordinary that nobody else wouldn't have done,” Haas continued.
Nonetheless, Liskai, a Sandusky County resident, says Haas deserves most of the credit and the public should know about his action.
Oregon Police Officer Jeff Brown, who was suspended last year following an internal affairs investigation involving several women, was put on paid administrative leave late last month.
Mayor Mike Seferian said police are looking at whether Brown, the son of former Mayor Marge Brown, violated department rules, but would not disclose details because the matter is under investigation.
“Pending the outcome of the investigation, we just put him on administrative leave,” said Seferian.
Brown could not be reached for comment.
Police Chief Rick Stager would not comment for The Press.
It is the latest police department investigation of Brown.
He received disciplinary action last year as the result of an investigation that stretched back seven years. He was suspended for 20 days for his repeated and illegal use of the Law Enforcement Automated Data System (LEADS) to gain information about an ex-girlfriend over a two year period.
No results found.