On Nov. 8, Edward Scott Miller was sentenced to three years in prison for striking and killing Steven Barbour with his vehicle.

On Nov. 8, Edward Scott Miller was sentenced to three years in prison for striking and killing Steven Barbour with his vehicle.

The incident took place July 18, 2009, on Cemetery Road when Miller struck cyclist Barbour, 58, of Upper Arlington, with a truck.

Miller, 30, of Granville, pleaded guilty to causing a death by reckless driving and operating a vehicle while intoxicated as part of a plea agreement in September.

Miller's first trial ended in April with a hung jury.

In the early morning of Nov. 23, Hilliard Police called the Columbus SWAT team to handle an aggravated assault case.

Hilliard Police Chief Doug Francis said the incident began in the parking lot of the Tim Hortons on Lyman Drive with a verbal confrontation that turned physical and involved several men.

Francis said there were conflicting statements, but it was alleged that one of the men had a gun. It was also alleged that a man sustained minor injuries when he was struck with a vehicle as one of the men fled.

Francis said the vehicle was at the nearby Motel 6 a couple of hours later, and the SWAT team was called when the suspect wouldn't answer the door. The suspect then opened the door and was arrested for felonious assault. No firearm was found, Francis said.

Bradley High School Theater will stage a one-act adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, and 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at 2800 Walker Road.

Tickets cost $5. For an extra $2, kids can make puppets with the cast following Saturday's matinee.

For more information, call 614-921-7400 or visit www.bradleytheater.org.