Man hit by car in Delaware may have been lying in road

The Delaware Police Department and the Delaware County Coroner’s Office are investigating after a fatal crash involving a pedestrian who was reportedly lying in a roadway.

Calling hours set for Hilliard police officer killed in crash

Calling hours for Hilliard police officer Sean R. Johnson are planned for 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, at St. Paul the Apostle Church in Westerville. A funeral service is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 25.

Two arrested in connection with UA robberies

Upper Arlington police said Thursday, May 19, they had arrested a man they believed robbed the same local pharmacy twice in one week.

Tree of Life case sent back to district court

The ongoing court fight to determine if Tree of Life Christian Ministries can open a school in Upper Arlington’s largest office will wage on, after a decision this week sent the case back to district court.

Former Reynoldsburg residents tied to ISIS

Two Reynoldsburg siblings who were honor-roll students in Columbus abandoned their lives here and joined ISIS, NBC News reported as part of an investigation into 15 Americans who joined the terrorist organization.

Suspect in Whitehall shooting nabbed in Texas

Police in Texas on Tuesday, May 16, arrested a man wanted by Whitehall police for felonious assault in connection with a shooting Friday, May 13.

Deputies seek man caught inside house

A 15-year-old Delaware County student came home from school Wednesday, May 11, and was surprised to find a man in her house, county officials say.

UA police seek suspect in car thefts

Upper Arlington police are trying to find a man they believe is one of two people involved in stealing two vehicles this week.

UA police: Car thief connected to woman who was found dead at home

Upper Arlington police said May 11 they have identified a connection between Michelle Elmhurst, 45, who died in her home April 24, and Kelly Curry, 48, who later was arrested and charged with grand theft auto after allegedly taking one of the Elmhurst vehicles.
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Mosic departs; Strait directs the force

Worthington leaders have yet to determine a process for naming a new police chief, but City Manager Matt Greeson says he is in no rush to make a decision.
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