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PORT CLINTON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
council members in Port Clinton spoke out Tuesday for the first time since they
received nasty letters last week.
council members said the letters they received have shaken their sense of
five members received a letter last week, which contained obscenities, sexual
content, and political rants, according to Port Clinton police.
letters were immediately turned over to police, who are investigating the
situation and trying to determine who sent them.
you get a letter like that, my concern about it is you don't know what was in
this person's mind," said Council President Linda Hartlaub. "So if they're not
going to get their desired result, what could happen next? Maybe nothing, maybe
it's just a one-time thing. But you don't know."
Chief Robert Hickman will continue to be present at council meetings, but
council members are still concerned.
have a family to look out for," said Councilman Mike Snider. "Again, you don't
want to go to that extreme, but you just never know in today's society what
could come of this."
members said the letter didn't express anger over any particular issue or
council decision, so no one knows who sent them or why.
one of the letters was opened because police wanted to preserve the others for