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Marysville Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Marysville reported a total of 18 crime cases. The most frequent type of crime was arrests, accounting for half of the total cases with 9 incidents. Thefts followed with 6 cases, representing approximately 33% of the total crimes. The remaining crimes were categorized as suspicious situations and assaults, with 2 and 1 cases respectively. It's worth noting that despite the variety of crimes, the situation doesn't seem to be severe with the majority of the cases being arrests, which could indicate proactive law enforcement in the place. However, the presence of thefts and an assault case calls for continued vigilance among residents.
UCSO Reports – February 21, 2024
A deputy met with a Columbus Police Officer to take custody of Thomas J. Fetherolf, age 54 of Jacksonville, Florida, for an outstanding arrest warrant. The arrestee was transported to Tri-County Regional Jail. 6:14am Mental Health. A deputy and units from the Northern Union County Fire and EMS District were...
Antisemitism alleged at Marysville
Cameron Crane, a father of two students in the Marysville School District, told the board of education last week night that his children have been subjected to brutal slurs from other students. But the rather than being tormented with words and acts rooted in hate for race or ethnicity, Crane’s...
Man charged over “body bag” threat
A Marysville man has been arrested and indicted, charged with allegedly strangling his girlfriend, telling her the only way she would leave him is “in a body bag.”. The Union County Grand Jury has indicted Shawn Tyler Price, 24, whose last known address is 258 Mill Rd., charging him with two counts of strangulation and one count of domestic violence.
Residents in Union County Warned About a Scam
The Marysville Police Department is warning residents about a scam. The caller poses as a deputy with the Union County Sheriff’s Office and claims the victim has warrants related to jury duty out of the local court. The scammers have spoofed the phone number for the Union County Sheriff’s...
Marysville slips past Grove City
Marysville posted a narrow 72-65 win over Grove City in Ohio boys basketball on Feb. 22. Last season, Grove City and Marysville faced off on Feb. 7, 2023 at Grove City High School. In recent action on Feb. 16, Marysville faced off against Lewis Center Olentangy and Grove City took...
N.U. parent demands action against bullying
A parent in the North Union school district is urging administrators to take action after her daughter experienced several incidents of bullying and harassment. At Monday’s regular board of education meeting, Brandi Edwards asked the board to uphold the district’s mission and vision to “prepare, challenge and empower” by doing something about the incidents.
Marysville East, Section 2 Annexation, Rezoning Up For Final Vote Monday
MARYSVILLE – Barring any last-minute changes, the Marysville City Council will decide the fate of both the annexation into the city and the rezoning of the approximately 254-acre Marysville East, Section 2 properties at Monday’s regular meeting, which will be conducted in Council Chambers, 209 S. Main St., at 7 p.m.
Police responded to a report of an accident involving Shannon Miller, 50, of Mount Victory and Megan Krummery, 18, of Plain City that occurred on Delaware Avenue at 9:58 a.m. Feb. 12. Reports indicate Miller struck Krummery’s vehicle. Neither driver experienced any apparent injuries. Miller was cited for failure to maintain an assured clear distance ahead.
Intoxicated motorist lodged in jail
Elizabeth Core, 64, of Rushsylvania, was charged with drunk driving and was combative with law enforcement following a traffic stop executed around 11:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 21, by officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department. Police were dispatched to the area of west Sandusky Avenue and north Main Street on a...
Richwood comedian set to tape first special
Lee Mays has the kind of second job some people only dream of. “I’m basically a nurse aid by day and a comedian by night.”. Mays, who lives just west of Richwood, works as a state tested nurse aid (STNA) in his daily life but has been actively involved in the comedy world for more than a decade, working venues and telling jokes. That work has led him to his first stand-up comedy special, which is set to tape next month in Utah.
A Culinary Journey to Japan: 3 Must-Visit Japanese Restaurants in Marysville
In this article, we will be exploring three exceptional Japanese restaurants located in Marysville. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences! Please feel free to share your comments below.
Ohio eighth grader alleges bullying, antisemitic language in schools
For Bunsold Middle School eighth grader Sarafina Crane, being the subject of antisemitic rhetoric from fellow students has not stopped her from proudly wearing her Star of David necklace to school. As the only Jewish student in her middle school that she knows of, Sarafina’s father, Cameron Crane, addressed the...
Today the gas price is close to $3.29 in West Mansfield as of 2024-02-23. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Friday is $3.267, a week ago the price is $3.284 , according to AAA.
Pioneers Boys Close Out Regular Season With A Win
PLAIN CITY – A 20-9 run in the third-quarter help carry Jonathan Alder past Olentangy, 66-56, in non-league boys basketball action at JAHS Thursday. It was the final regular season game for Pioneers in this year’s campaign. Peyton Heiss had a double-double for the Pioneers Thursday as he...
Madison County railroad crossing poses danger to drivers
KILEVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) – A railroad crossing in Madison County is getting lots of attention from residents in the area. Railroad crossing #2569 on State Route 161 in Kileville has been in disrepair for nearly a year. It’s located between Dublin and Plain City where it sees around 10,000 drivers a day. However, that estimate […]
Central Ohio ministry experiencing success in helping people transition from prison
COLUMBUS — Kindway, a nonprofit organization serving incarcerated men and women at four central Ohio prisons, announced the 200th person who completed its EMBARK reentry program was released from prison Thursday. Kindway has been offering programming inside prisons to equip incarcerated adults for success since 2011. Kindway staff and...
Magnetic Springs sewer project progressing
While the bid for the Magnetic Springs sanitary sewer system project may be slightly delayed, project leaders said it is still on track to be completed next year. Local officials and community members met Tuesday to update residents on cost estimates, the latest timeline and how those living near the planned connector line will be affected.
2024 State Of The City Slated For March 4
MARYSVILLE – The City of Marysville invites the public to the 2024 State of the City presentation, which will take place Monday, March 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Leon’s Garage, 326 E. 5th St. City Manager Terry Emery will report the accomplishments the City has achieved...
Contegra Construction Completes 1.3 Million SF Distribution Center in Marysville, Ohio
MARYSVILLE, Ohio – Contegra Construction Co. has built a 1.3 million-square-foot facility that has enabled The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, the world’s leading marketer of branded consumer lawn and garden as well as indoor and hydroponic growing products, to enhance the efficiency of its supply chain operations in central Ohio.