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Toledo Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 218 Incidents and 36 Crime Stories
Toledo Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 218 Incidents and 36 Crime Stories. During the last week, Toledo recorded a total of 218 crime cases, with the most common being arrests, accounting for 70 cases, followed by assault with 51 cases. Theft and arguments were also prevalent, accounting for 36 and 31 cases, respectively. Less frequent but still notable were trespassing and vandalism, each with 9 and 8 cases. The remaining categories, including arson, burglary, robbery, shooting, and other crimes, together accounted for 13 cases. The data indicates a pressing need for enhanced security measures and community awareness programs to curb these incidents, especially arrests and assaults, which together made up more than half of the total crimes reported.
City of Maumee announces temporary bridge, Conant Street closures for two days in February
MAUMEE, Ohio — The city of Maumee announced temporary roadway closures to facilitate the installation of two arches over Conant Street later this month. According to a press release from the city, the project will begin with on-street parking restrictions in the 300 block of Conant Street in the evening hours of Monday, Feb. 26.
Man dies in Lucas County jail after booking; sheriff's office claims he needed, but refused medical treatment
TOLEDO, Ohio — The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) is investigating the death of a man in the booking area of the Lucas County jail Thursday. According to the Lucas County Sheriff's Office, Anthony Boyd-Foard, 35, was booked at the Lucas County Corrections Center on charges of felony harassment by an inmate and misdemeanor charges of failure to disclose information, disorderly conduct and driving under suspension.
Holland woman sentenced to prison for wire fraud, identity theft and money laundering
HOLLAND, Ohio — A northwest Ohio woman was sentenced to seven years in prison after a "wide-ranging" tax refund scheme against the Internal Revenue Service. The Department of Justice said Teresia Jones, 34, of Holland, was sentenced to five years for wire fraud and money laundering, and an additional two years for aggravated identity theft. The sentences must be served consecutively.
Dinner outshines brunch at Rosaria's on 3rd Street
Rosaria’s on 3rd street is the sister restaurant to Rosie’s Italian Grille, except it is more upscale. Its top-notch, modern chic atmosphere along with the food will take restaurant patrons to another level of fine dining. On our first visit, my companions and I decided to try their breakfast brunch. We started with the famous Hot Mama Bread ($13), which is basically a cheese pizza bread served with pizza sauce on the side. Served fresh out of the oven, it was so cheesy and delicious. One companion ordered the salmon cake eggs benedict ($17), which she said was satisfying. The...
Two new deputies on patrol in Ottawa County are working for treats, toys and belly rubs
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Keeping people safe and getting drugs off the streets is a multi-layered effort for the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and it includes some four-legged deputies. There are dogs working in a number of different capacities at OCSO including everything from drug detection to finding lost...
Inmate dies in Lucas County Jail
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A man was found dead in Lucas County Jail on Thursday. According to the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office, a 35-year-old man named Anthony Boyd-Foard was found unresponsive in the booking room around 4:53 p.m. on Feb. 22. Boyd-Foard was pronounced dead at 5:30 p.m. Officials tell 13 Action News he had an extensive medical history.
🌉 Rescue from Sandusky River train trestle
Good morning, Ottawa County. The spring temperatures are going to disappear for a bit, with a high of 40 degrees and a low of 23 degrees today. Our lead story is about a man who fell through the bridge train tracks in Fremont, to the top of the trestle, bringing a train to a halt, and then requires rescue by Fremont Police and several other agencies. This falls in the category of bizarre, but true, police and fire stories.
Man stabbed in arm during altercation in central Toledo
TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo police are investigating after a man was stabbed in central Toledo on Thursday. Officers were patroling around 5:45 p.m. on the 1200 block of Ewing Street when they noticed a man who was covered in blood sitting on the porch of a residence. The man...
Fremont's Sierra Lobo receives $282.1 million NASA award
FREMONT — Sierra Lobo Inc. will be receiving a $282.1 million NASA award, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo) announced Thursday. The company with headquarters in Fremont was selected to support the agency’s spaceflight hardware design, development, testing, and operations at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. “During my career I have been proud to represent and tirelessly advocate for the NASA’s Glenn Facility in Cleveland and NASA’s Armstrong facility in Sandusky,” Ms. Kaptur said in a news release. “I am proud to see an award of this magnitude to be awarded to a local company. “The Sierra Lobo commitment to advancing science and anchoring spaceflight research right here in northern Ohio will pay dividends for years to come.”
'We're back open': Blarney owner thankful fire didn't damage restaurant
TOLEDO, Ohio — The owner of downtown Toledo's Blarney Irish Pub is thankful a fire Thursday afternoon in the building the restaurant sits next to did not damage the local St. Patrick's Day staple. Toledo Fire & Rescue Department crews responded to the Blarney Event Center shortly after 3:30...
Sheriff to explore policy change after inmate dies at Lucas County jail
Following the death of a Lucas County jail inmate, Sheriff Michael Navarre plans to explore changing jail booking policy related to inmates who refuse medical treatment at hospitals. Anthony Boyd-Foard, 35, was found unconscious Thursday in a housing unit of the booking area in the Lucas County Corrections Center at 4:53 p.m. and later pronounced dead by paramedics. “We are not a hospital. We are not equipped to provide medical services that some people need. We can do minor things,” Mr. Navarre said. “But this was an individual who didn’t belong here. It’s unfortunate this young man died in our facility.” Mr. Boyd-Foard was then taken to the Corrections Center and booked at 12:17 a.m. on Feb. 21 for a felony charge of harassment by an inmate, and misdemeanor charges of failure to disclose information, disorderly conduct and driving under suspension.
Snow Returns Tonight & Answering Your Weather Questions
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Meteorologist Ross Ellet is live at 8:30 a.m. this morning with a digital look ahead at the weather in our region. See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please include the title when you click here to report it.
Embark on a Lebanese Food Journey in Toledo: Top 3 Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we're exploring three exquisite Lebanese restaurants located in Toledo. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Beating the odds: NE Ohio couple fights cancer together
Tough times have been a shadow that has loomed in the lives of Jon and Julie Stawowy of Freemont for more than five years.
Savor the Flavor: Top 5 Must-Visit Mexican Restaurants in Fremont
In this article, we're exploring five superb Mexican restaurants located in Fremont. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Decorative Panels International ceases operations at plants in Alpena and Toledo
ALPENA COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- A major factory in Alpena is shutting down and well over 100 employees are out of a job. Decorative Panels International announced they are ceasing all operations and closing both their plants in Alpena and Toledo. Help for the displaced workers: Community reaching out to...
Fremont History Spotlight: Ball House, built in 1874
In this very early photograph, a horse-drawn stagecoach and its driver stand in front of the Ball House on the northwest corner of Front Street and Birchard Avenue around 1880. Built in 1874 by Oscar Ball, a relative of Martha Ball Washington, it became the Jackson Hotel about 1900. The northern half of the building still stands and now is the Strand. The building at the far right at Garrison Street also still stands, and in front of it on the southwest corner is an old millinery shop where the Tschumy Block would be built in 1889. Note that this is before the time of trolley tracks and overhead wires. (Submitted by Larry Michaels and Krista Michaels)
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Steve Kiessling from Toledo Animal Rescue and local students Hailey Frosh and John Czyewski talk animal rescue and care.
Tank leak sends about 500 gallons of diesel fuel into Portage River, to Pemberville and beyond
An estimated 500 gallons of diesel fuel leaked from an above ground tank in the area of New Rochester, east of Bowling Green, sending the fuel into the Portage River. It is not known when the leak occurred, but a resident of Pemberville called the Ohio EPA on Tuesday after smelling the fuel and seeing a sheen on the river, according to Wood County Emergency Management Agency Director Jeff Klein.