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BG woman arrested for selling heroin PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 10:07
A Bowling Green resident is in jail for selling drugs to an man suspected of overdosing on heroin early this month.
Tricia Miller, 29, Bowling Green, was arrested Wednesday during a traffic stop and taken to jail. She was charged with drug trafficking. Heroin was also reportedly found in her possession.
She was wanted for selling heroin to a 30-year-old Bowling Green man who died of a suspected overdose March 1. The death is still under investigation pending toxicology results.
Bowling Green Police Chief Brad Conner said police were tipped off two weeks ago, and that led to an investigation that Tricia Miller may have supplied the drugs.
Her husband, James M. Gill, 33, and brother, Mark R. Miller, 26, also of Bowling Green, were later arrested Wednesday at the Millers' Jackson Street home when police conducted a search warrant.
Man charged with possession of heroin after traffic stop in BG PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 09:55
A North Carolina man was arrested on a series of drug charges on the east side of the city Tuesday.
At approximately 5:10 p.m. Bowling Green Police were informed by State Patrol Troopers of a white vehicle with North Carolina plates being operated recklessly.
The vehicle was located in the 1600 block of East Wooster Street.
Officers made contact with the driver, Thomas Marshall, 30, Louisburg, N.C., who reportedly exhibited signs of impairment and was determined to be under the influence. He was subsequently taken into custody.
An inventory of the vehicle turned up syringes, including one containing suspected heroin. Marshall reportedly told officers he is addicted to opiates.
He was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug abuse instruments, possession of drug paraphernalia, operating a vehicle while under the influence, and unauthorized plates.
Marshall was listed in jail this morning and is to appear in court today.
Having fun & learning self-defense PDF Print E-mail
Written by TARA KELLER, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Monday, 10 March 2014 11:39
Sensei Jamie Livergood gives instruction during a class at Family Martial Arts Center in Bowling Green. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Judo is the only martial art that requires two people to practice – not just one person and a punching bag.
That fact, coupled with the belief of teaching an opponent instead of harming, is what drew in Jamie Livergood 41 years ago.
Now, Livergood teaches children and adults alike the art he fell in love with at his Bushido Kai American Family Martial Arts Center in the Woodland Mall.
“It’s truly a martial art – you can adapt that art to fit your body,” he said. “You can make it your own.”
He’s been making it his since arriving at the Mall in 2000 and moving to his current mall location in 2005.
Respect is a key player at the Center and students show it by bowing to the pictures on the wall and to each other.
“Bowing is the equivalent of shaking hands,” he said. “We also do all our commands in Japanese.”
One command that doesn’t need to be spoken is judo’s tap-out policy.
If an opponent doesn’t feel comfortable, he or she can always tap out to instantly end the match – no questions asked.
“You have to know what you can and can’t do,” he said. “It’s not about winning or losing – it’s about having fun.”
Having fun, while learning some good self-defense, is exactly why Marianna Mitova enrolled herself and her son Mason Mitov, 8, for Livergood’s classes.
Suspect arrested in Fremont murders, including officer PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 March 2014 13:04
FREMONT – A suspect has been arrested in the shooting deaths of three men over the weekend, including an off-duty police officer.
According to a statement from Fremont Police, at 9:29 a.m. officers went to a residence in the 600 block of South Park Avenue to follow up on a lead regarding suspect Igmidio Mista, 33, who was wanted for murder.
Officers knocked on the door and were met by a relative of the suspect, and Mista himself them came to the door as officers were on the porch. They apprehended him at the doorway and placed him into custody without resistance or incident.
Mista was taken to the Fremont Police Department and served the charges.
Last Updated on Monday, 10 March 2014 13:18
Women in public service is panel discussion topic PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 March 2014 10:23
PERRYSBURG — Way Library, in cooperation with the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area (LWVPA), will host a panel discussion Tuesday at 7 p.m. on women engaged in public service.
Dr. Shannon Orr will open the discussion with an introduction on the topic and will also participate in the panel discussion. Orr is from Canada and has been teaching at Bowling Green State University for 11 years in the Department of Political Science.
The panel also includes Sara Weisenburger, who was appointed to Perrysburg City Council in June of 2013 where she was the chair of the Personnel Committee and also sat on the Finance Committee and the Economic Development Committee. She was defeated in the November election but she still maintains an active participation in council and committee meetings. Weisenburger, a 2004 graduate of the University of Toledo, worked as an independent auditor for a regional accounting firm and later became an internal auditor at the University of Toledo.
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