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A couple traveling on I-75 in Bay County were forced to make an emergency stop in order to deliver their baby.Born Tuesday, baby William is seven pounds eight ounces, all fingers and toes. He was bornMore >>
A couple traveling on I-75 in Bay County were forced to make an emergency stop in order to deliver their baby.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man and his girlfriend are both facing drug-related charges after a pair of incidents on Dixie Highway Tuesday night. According to an arrest report, Kevin P. Skaggs,More >>
Police believe Kevin P. Skaggs was under the influence of heroin when he passed out at Supercuts on Dixie Highway. His girlfriend was found walking down the street with her pants on inside-out and unbuttoned.More >>
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MAUMEE, OH (Toledo News Now) -
in the Maumee Citizens' Police Academy had the opportunity to ask a judge
anything they wanted about the justice system Tuesday night.
the class nears its end, students are being given a lot of information. On
Tuesday, Maumee Municipal Court Judge Gary Byers discussed what goes into his
decision-making process, the types of cases he hears, and the overall justice
Detective Corey Sharer also discussed identity theft. He says depending on the
type of fraud – anything from credit card theft to identity theft – it can take
years to clear up. He shared valuable tips to help students keep from becoming
can get information on you based just on your name and address alone," he said.
"It's important to shred any important documents and credit card applications
and that kind of stuff, because criminals can use that to obtain credit in your
topic on the minds of many was carry and concealed weapons permits. Over the
last few years, interest in the permits has increased, but one thing that
surprises many is all the rules and regulations that go into it.
you're going to carry a weapon, you need to be in the right spirit of the mind,
and you need to know that just because you have that weapon, you can't use it
just anytime you feel free," explained Sgt. TJ Stratton. "There has to be
basically a threat against your life or someone else's - a deadly threat."
final class will discuss domestic violence, evidence, and drug and alcohol