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Columbus police: Hilliard school bus driver stabbed and assaulted

Columbus Division of Police detectives are on the scene of an alleged stabbing and sexual assault of a Hilliard City Schools bus driver.

Heroin battle is a fight on many fronts

Attending funerals is not a regular activity for most millennials. Yet 24-year-old Hilliard resident Cody Brooks wonders not when but how many more he will attend.

Attorney: Accused school-shooting plotter a 'scared boy'

On Oct. 7, the Davidson High School homecoming court took to the football field with the marching band. The football team went on to a triumphant 24-7 win against Upper Arlington.

Police division works on protocol with autistic individuals

The Westerville Division of Police is working to put a program in place that would set a new standard for how officers interact with autistic individuals on traffic stops and other calls.
Interstate 270

Police plan to ramp up enforcement

Motorists traveling along Gahanna's roughly four-mile stretch of Interstate 270 will see a greater police presence in the next few weeks.

Heroin, cash seized from city residence

Whitehall police Oct. 14 seized more than $200,000 in cash, about 100 grams of heroin, a cache of firearms and drug-manufacturing and packaging materials at a residence on the east side of the city.

Family members charged with thefts

On Oct. 4, 2016, the Union County Sheriff's Office, with the assistance from the Columbus Division of Police, arrested three members of a theft ring who are believed to have been involved in a series of break-ins at Jerome Township businesses.

Ardent 30-year cop in no hurry to retire

When she was growing up in the 1970s, Teri Ruslander watched television shows like "Police Woman" and "Adam-12" and imagined what it would be like to be a police officer.
Police body cameras

Concept has support, needs fine details

Westerville police officers will wear body cameras in the near future, but there are plenty of hurdles for the department to clear.

Officials serious in dealing with clown incidents

The 2016 trend of menacing-clown sightings spread to Westerville last week when a student reportedly posted a threat on the social-media site, Instagram, while wearing a costume.
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