Local Briefs: 6-19

New closure set at I-280 and 795
Beginning Monday through August, there will be an additional closure for the project at Ohio 795 and
I-280.
The exit ramp from southbound I-280 to Route 795 (Exit 2) will be closed.
Route 795, between Lemoyne Road and the southbound I-280 entrance ramp, will be one-way for eastbound
traffic only.
Access will be maintained to the Sunoco gas station and Carter Lumber.
Traffic will not be permitted to go westbound on Route 795 upon leaving either business.
The detours are: Southbound I-280/Ohio 420; westbound U.S. 20 (Exit 1A); Oregon Road.
Meter upgrades continue in BG
Bowling Green is in the process of installing a Two-Way Automated Communications System. This project
involves replacing or upgrading all customer water and electric meters.
Next week, crews will be working in Gypsy Lane Estates, East Gypsy Lane Road, Cedar Park Apartments and
the Village of Portage.
Installation is being performed by HD Supply. Employees will carry identification. Those not home at the
time of the HD representative visit will be left information to contact the company to make an
appointment.
Men arrested for Calphalon theft
PERRYSBURG – Three men were arrested this week on charges related to a scheme involving the online sale
of stolen cookware on eBay.
According to township police, the operation had been occurring for more than nine months before the
Calphalon company – located at 310 Third St. – noticed in January that three employees had been selling
its premium-quality cookware through the online store, eBay.
Detective Sgt. Mark Hetrick said the employees were subsequently terminated. In connection to the
incident, police then handed felony theft charges to: Joseph C. Edwards, 24, of Northwood; Kevin M.
Willingham, 33, of Perrysburg; and Christopher M. Boyd, 20, also of Perrysburg.
Hetrick said the former employees worked together on the third shift and made a profit of about $15,000.
He said the merchandise was sold for less than the value established by Calphalon.
"They’d take individual pieces or like 10-piece sets or 12-piece sets and just take them home with
them when they left work and then sell it on eBay," Hetrick said.
Preliminary court dates have been scheduled on June 22 for Boyd and on July 9 for Willingham and Edwards.

Weather
Tonight – Thunderstorms and showers, some may be severe. Muggy with lows around 70. Chance of rain 90
percent.
Saturday – Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Humid with highs in the lower 80s.
West winds 15 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent. Mostly cloudy overnight, lows in the lower 60s.
Extended forecast – Partly cloudy Sunday, highs in the lower 80s and lows in the mid 60s. Partly cloudy
Monday and tuesday, highs in the 80s both days, lows in the mid 60s. On Wedneday, mostly sunny with
highs in the upper 80s.
Lottery
Rolling Cash 5: 4-21-26-27-34
Pick 3: 4-7-2 Pick 4: 8-7-8-4
Ten-Oh #1366: 5-6-15-20-23-29-30-31-43-46-51-52-54-63-64-66-67-68-77-78
Day drawings
Pick 3: 4-5-0 Pick 4: 3-7-5-2
Ten-Oh #1365: 4-6-10-11-14-15-16-18-26-28-31-42-48-56-62-68-69-70-71-76
Hospital Admissions: None to report.
Discharges: Danielle A. Peper, Stephanie Fulweber and baby girl, Bret R. Grossman, Stacey L. Baden and
baby girl.
Weather
High Thursday 81
High a year ago 71
Record high (set in 1994) 98
Low this morning 64
Low a year ago 52
Record low (set in 1909) 43
Precipitation (in the past 24 hours) 0.66-inch