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Is it Legal to Own a Pet Sloth in Ohio?

People love all different types of animals. Some people are cat lovers, while other people prefer dogs. Some people may prefer snakes or chickens as pets. Domesticated animals are legal as pets in Ohio. However, most wild animals and exotic animals are banned as pets in Ohio. There are good reasons for banning exotic animals… read more

Many Arrested for Breaking into at Least 15 UDF Stores Across Hamilton County

Cincinnati police officers arrested the man suspected of breaking into United Dairy Farmers Stores throughout Hamilton County. Jerome Parker allegedly burglarized more than 15 United Dairy Farmers Stores between 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. District 3 police officers searched for Parker’s white Honda CRV, which had also been used in several cigarette breaking and entering… read more

Arrests Made After Drugs, Weapons Seized in Roselawn

Police conducted a search that resulted in seizing 12 firearms, cash, and drugs and arresting two individuals. Law enforcement officials seized fentanyl, cocaine, and $37,000 along with the firearms. The two people arrested were 23-year-old Kelsey Klopp and 34-year-old Yancy White. White is in jail on a $100,000 bond at the Hamilton County Jail. Klopp… read more

5 Things to Remember If You’re up Against False Accusations in Court

False accusations can have serious consequences in both criminal and civil cases and are leveled regularly by individuals seeking to get custody of children. Individuals also make false accusations in cases regarding domestic violence, sexual harassment in the workplace, and other cases where clear evidence might be lacking. If you have been hit with false… read more

6 Questions You Should Ask During Interactions with the Police

Being stopped by police can be a frightening experience. Even when you know you have done nothing wrong, you can begin to feel nervous, your hands might start to sweat, and you might even stutter or stumble over your words. While it is admirable to want to help police do their jobs effectively by answering… read more

Are Nanny Cams Actually Legal?

It is little wonder why so-called nanny cams have grown increasingly popular around the country as of late. Protecting your children is the most important responsibility you have as a parent and with hundreds of thousands of nannies working in homes around the country, making sure your kids are safe while in the care of… read more

What Happens If You Get an Out of State Warrant for Arrest?

Having an arrest warrant, whether in your home state or another, is a serious issue. However, some people think that if the warrant is out of state, it won’t lead to problems like an arrest in your home state. They think that a warrant’s authority ends at a state’s borders.  That is most definitely not… read more

3 Found Shot Downtown Near Great American Ball Park

Gun violence in Cincinnati injured three more people. The latest occurred on Sunday, July 26, 2020, near Great American Ball Park. Police responded to a call on Sunday at about 10:30 p.m. at Pete Rose Way near Broadway Street. They found three male victims with apparent gunshot wounds.  The victims went to the University of… read more

Man Indicted in Cincinnati’s First-Ever Federal Murder Case, DOJ Says

It began in January when police were searching for a fourth suspect in connection with a fatal shooting in Wilmington. Three men had already been arrested and charged with murder before Joshua Cordell Lee Williams surrendered to Xenia police. Law enforcement suspected the men of being involved in the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Layne Hall… read more

Police Look to Repair Rift With Community as City Shooting Deaths Climb

Homicides caused by shootings have increased in Cincinnati by 50 percent from 2019 to 2020. There have already been over 50 shooting deaths this year. Last year, there were 73 homicides. Law enforcement agencies have been hampered this year by the coronavirus and then the riots that took over the city. Assistant Chief Paul Neudigate… read more