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Indictments issued for two shooters, manufacturer of meth PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 06 December 2013 09:59
Indictments were handed down Wednesday on three high-profile cases in Custar, Pemberville and Luckey.
Thomas J. Boyer, 53, Custar, was indicted for one count of attempted murder and one count of felonious assault in the Nov. 20 shooting of William Morris, 42, Rutland.
Boyer allegedly shot Morris once in the back with a shotgun outside of Boyer's residence on Defiance Pike. Morris was working as a subcontractor for a company ultimately engaged by OneWest Bank, which had foreclosed on Boyer's residence in September. The home is to be sold at a sheriff's sale in January.
Morris was taken to University of Toledo Medical Center for treatment.
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Christmas Dreams: 12-05-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 05 December 2013 12:37
Thayer Family Dealerships are sponsoring the Christmas Dreams program.
The goal of the program is to match those interested in helping to spread the Christmas spirit with the wishes of needy area children.
Anyone interested in helping should contact Barb Tansel at 419-353-5271 to make arrangements before purchasing any of the items. More than 150 youngsters are on the list already this year.
Today’s dreams:
• James, age 10, needs jeans and likes fishing, semis and M&M memorabilia
• Abbie, age 18, needs jeans and boots and likes perfume, a hair dryer and a flat iron
 
Perrysburg Twp. RR crossings upgraded PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:06
LIME CITY - Perrysburg Township trustees heard Wednesday that the state plans to adjust three area railroad crossings.
Passive grade crossings at Schroeder, Bayer and Carter roads, which have yield signs but no gates or lights, will be upgraded to stop signs. The Ohio Department of Transportation will perform the work sometime next year, Township Administrator Walt Celley said at the afternoon department heads meeting.
Also Wednesday, the township hired Andrew Slife, formerly a part-time worker, as a full-time firefighter. Chief Tom Brice said another firefighter will be promoted to captain at the Dec. 18 meeting. Trustees also approved a $7,600 contract with Mike's Hauling of Northwood to demolish two nuisance properties at Broad Street and Apex Lane in the Perrysburg Heights neighborhood. The administration was unable to find lower bids after the only other came in at $9,400 from Morlock Asphalt.
Bids were higher than expected, but Celley said there was growing community pressure to correct the problem.
 
Local Briefs: 12-05-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:31
Man hurt when car hits foot
A city man sustained possible injuries after his foot was run over by a backing vehicle Monday.
Bowling Green Police report that at 3:45 p.m. Curtis Hock, Bowling Green, was walking on a sidewalk leading to a parking lot at 275 S. Main St. when a white vehicle reportedly operated by a female driver backed out of a parking spot and into the sidewalk, driving over Hock's right foot.
The driver then drove off.
Hock was not transported to a hospital.
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Sheffer resigns as council president PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:05
WESTON - Shad Kendall was chosen as the temporary president of Weston Village Council on Monday following the resignation of Mark Sheffer.
Sheffer was recently appointed as a representative for another entity and submitted his resignation effective Nov. 30. Kendall will serve until the organizational meeting in January, when the new president will be chosen.
Kathy Heyman, Weston EMS chief, announced the department's new ambulance is ready to be put in service. They are only awaiting some updates to the communication radio for the cab. If needed, it could be used immediately with personnel using their portable radios for communication.
She also gave a glowing review of the new "thumper." The newly acquired automatic compression machine was acquired through a grant.
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