Police ID body found in Whitehall pond

Whitehall police have identified the body discovered Thursday, July 21, in a retention pond in Whitehall as that of 49-year-old Rhonda S. Myers.

Two indicted for murder in 2012 shooting in Delaware County

More than three years after a man was found shot in southern Delaware County, two Columbus men have been indicted for murder.

Westerville police stress need to communicate

As discord between local police and the public dominates the national conversation, Westerville police leaders are reaching out to nearby communities in an effort to learn about the people they serve.
Dublin police

Near retirements drive recruiting

The city of Dublin is looking to add three additional officers to its police department.

Dublin police ask residents to keep garage doors closed

Dublin police are asking residents to close their unattended garage doors after 21 burglary reports were filed between June 1 and July 19.
Columbus Division of Police

Chief Jacobs reaching out through series of 'dialogues'

Columbus Police Chief Kimberley Jacobs held a series of five community meetings in early 2015 to find out what was on the minds of residents in different parts of the city.

Investigation continues into Brice Road explosion

At least 40 residents of the Century City apartment complex in Reynoldsburg were sheltered at Herbert Mills Elementary School Thursday, July 14, after an explosion destroyed a maintenance building just before 9 p.m.
Columbus police: West Side

Guns, equipment stolen from officer’s car

An unmarked car driven by a plainclothes officer from the Columbus Division of Police was broken into Wednesday night while the officer, who was on duty at the time, was eating a meal at a West Side restaurant.

Block watches combine forces

Criminals, beware. Residents around Waggoner and Wengert roads in Blacklick are keeping a close eye on their neighborhoods.
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Third Reynoldsburg police officer placed on leave

Reynoldsburg police officer Jamie Burr has been placed on a second administrative leave in connection with a federal corruption case involving former Reynoldsburg detectives Shane Mauger and Tye Downard.
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