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Flat Rock man charged in shooting death of teen in Huron Township

Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged Jaylin Julius Colon, 20, of Flat Rock, in connection with the fatal shooting of Gavino Torres III, 17, of Detroit. On Aug. 6 at 3:05 a.m., police officers were dispatched to a residence in the 20340 block of Wahrman Road in Huron Township for a reported shooting.
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Rep. Haraz Ghanbari reacts to shooting he witnessed during ride-along

The first morning of 2022 was a dangerous one for State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari and Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Casimir Von Sacken whom Mr. Ghanbari had accompanied on a ride-along.  As they traveled along State Rt. 25, the trooper made a traffic stop. Another person on foot in the area, and later identified by authorities as Graig Gibson, approached, and during an encounter with Trooper Von Sacken, Gibson reached toward a gun. The gun, which had been stolen, fired. A bullet hit Gibson in the right leg. On Tuesday in Wood County Common Pleas Court, Gibson, 32, of Bowling Green was sentenced to 11 to 15 years in prison, Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson said. In January, Gibson had been indicted on six felony charges and four misdemeanors. A patrol video provides a look at the incident, including the aftermath of the gun firing.
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TPD looking for suspect who allegedly assaulted, robbed victim at Circle K

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Toledo Police are looking for a suspect who stole from, and assaulted a victim at Circle K on July 26. According to TPD, the victim, a 24-year-old woman, was standing in line at the Circle K on Secor holding a $100 bill when the suspect told the victim “That’s my money, give me my money!”
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Man convicted in 2021 Toledo gas station murder

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A man has been convicted on charges connected to the 2021 murder of an elderly man at a Toledo gas station. According to court documents, Javontay D. Johnson was found guilty of murder and two counts of felonious assault after he withdrew his previous not guilty pleas and entered Alford pleas.
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New high school principal hired by Tecumseh Public Schools

TECUMSEH, MI - Tecumseh Public Schools has hired Morenci Area Schools principal Kimberly Irish as its new high school principal. The action, a unanimous vote from the Tecumseh School Board on Monday, Aug. 8, comes after the district paid its former principal $80,000 to end his employment as part of a separation agreement.
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Toledo’s Cherry Street Mission provides training, education

SMC: Cherry Street Mission Ministries partners with local educators and employers for providing training and education in the trade workforce. (Left to Right) Derrick Parker, Derrion Boyd, Kiara Houston, Michael Bartley, Jaquan Overbey, Chris Braswell. Six graduates of the Workforce Development Program, receiving certificates through the Automotive Oil Change Association. Image courtesy of Tami Norris.
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Toledo man indicted in high-speed chase down I-75 on motorcycle

A Toledo man has been indicted after he allegedly led law enforcement on a high-speed chase down an interstate on his motorcycle. Brad Anthony Maranian, 40, Toledo, was indicted Aug. 3 by a Wood County grand jury for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony.
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Taking electronics or a car off to college? Make sure they're secure and properly insured, auto club says

Where the most expensive thing in many college dorm rooms in bygone years was a boom box or perhaps a stereo system, today’s students carry with them electronic devices whose value easily runs into the thousands of dollars. But insuring those computers, smart phones, and video games includes wrinkles that may trip up the unwary, according to the American Automobile Association, which also cautioned parents to check their insurance and teach their budding collegians about basic vehicle maintenance if they’re taking cars to school. “College students living away from home should know they may have limited coverage under their parents’ insurance policies,” said Dan Scroggins, the managing director for AAA Insurance. “Before leaving for college, students should check to see what risks and liabilities are covered.” Dorm dwellers’ personal possessions may be covered under parental homeowners’ or renters’ policies, but coverage of expensive electronics may be capped, a special student endorsement may be required, or items may have to be itemized.
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