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Rossford police identify man wanted in robbery PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 14:24
Rupert Rudy Nave
ROSSFORD – Police have identified a Toledo man wanted in a recent robbery of a Rite Aid store in the city.
In a Twitter post today, Rossford Police noted they are looking for Rupert Rudy Nave, 55, Toledo, on charges of robbery and theft in the Dec. 29 incident at the store in the 800 block of Dixie Highway.
Nave is believed to have taken liquor from the store in the incident, in which a female clerk was knocked to the ground.
"That's what makes it a robbery," explained Rossford Police Chief Glen Goss, noting that the use of force in a theft designates it as a robbery.
Goss said that Nave has a history of theft charges, and that the Rite Aid incident was linked back to a Nov., 2012, case regarding an incident at Cork's Wine and Fine Liquors on Crossways Parkway in the city.
Rossford power outage resolved PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 11:35
ROSSFORD – A power outage in the city, apparently caused by a traffic crash, and which affected up to 500 customers, has apparently been resolved.
The First Energy website, as of 10:26 a.m., no longer listed the outage on its website.
Rossford Police reported that the incident may have stemmed from a crash on Wales Road earlier this morning involving a car that spun out of control on black, ice, causing power lines to fall and damaging a utility pole.
Police and First Energy/Toledo Edison were reportedly on-scene as of about 10:20 a.m.
Traffic signals on Buck Road were not operating during the incident, and Lime City Road and the Grassy Creek subdivision were also affected.
No injuries were reported in the crash, which occurred around 8:15 a.m.
Woodland warfare is Ft. Meigs lecture topic PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:42
PERRYSBURG - Historian and author Matt Wulff will present "Ranger: North America's Frontier Soldier" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Fort Meigs visitor center.
The presentation is free and open to the public. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Immigrants from Europe to North America were confronted by a vastly different landscape than they were used to in their homeland. The terrain in North America was widely diverse and could be harsh and unforgiving. English settlers brought with them the practice of using militia, or "trained bands" for the protection of their homes and families. These militia companies were trained in traditional European military tactics, but it was quickly realized that these types of tactics did not work well in the forests and swamps of North America.
Local Briefs: 01-14-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 11:29
Ice closes Wales Road
ROSSFORD - Police reported that a crash caused by icy conditions closed a portion of Wales Road this morning.
Around 8:40 a.m. Rossford Police announced, via their Twitter account, that Wales Road, between Interstate 75 and Glenwood Road, was closed due to a crash caused by black ice.
The tweet indicated that utility poles and wires were hanging due to the incident.

Slippery roads cause crashes in Bowling Green
Slippery conditions on roadways in the city caused several crashes this morning.
Bowling Green Police report that, as of 8:35 a.m., crashes had been reported at East Wooster Street and Summit Street; in the 900 block of Klotz Road; and at Court and Church Streets.
Icy conditions were also reported at Conneaut Avenue and Grove Street, though no crashes were reported there by press time.
Pothole compensation takes time PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:32
There are a few hurdles Ohioans must clear before receiving pothole compensation.
Each year, the Court of Claims of Ohio processes hundreds of claims from Ohioans seeking compensation from the state for damage to their vehicles caused by potholes.
Daniel R. Borchert, interim clerk with the Court of Claims, said there are a few hurdles Ohioans must clear before receiving pothole compensation.
First, drivers must determine if the Ohio Department of Transportation has jurisdiction through its maintenance of the state highway. In some cases, ODOT has contracted with political subdivisions (cities or townships) to maintain interstates within their boundaries, for instance. Those claims should go to that jurisdiction if so.
Next, the driver must prove that ODOT received notice of the existence of a pothole and that ODOT's failure to repair the pothole in a timely fashion led to the vehicle's damage.
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