A report was received of illegal dumping at Walmart.
Christopher J. Dilluvio, Farmington Hills, Mich., was cited for improper passing.
An officer was requested at Kenton Elementary School for a report of an unruly student.
Paul Ray James Conner, 439 E. Ohio St., was the driver of a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation in the 300 block of N. Market Street. During the stop, Conner was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and a glass marijuana pipe.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 200 block of N. Leighton Street.
An officer responded to a report of counterfeit money deposited at First Community Bank N.A., located at 438 S. Main St.
Darlene D. Norris, Marion, reported receiving threatening text messages.
A theft was reported at Forest Court Apt. 20-B.
A domestic disturbance was reported at 426 W. Carrol St.
FINDLAY — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suspicious deaths of a 19-year-old female and a 30-year-old male in Liberty Township. According to a release from the sheriff’s office, a call was received at 7:18 p.m. on Monday, March 20, reporting two people were found shot and possibly deceased at 605 Palm Drive, Liberty Township. Deputies arrived within …
John D. Shiver, 703 S. Main St., was observed walking up an alleyway in the 200 block of S. Detroit Street.
An officer identified him and ran a warrant check.
Kenton police Friday An officer responded to Lifeworks School for a reported assault. Officers were dispatched to a report of a male gaining entry into parked vehicles and stealing items. During an investigation, the suspect, Jayden Michael Kramer, 126 S. Wayne St., was discovered and admitted to breaking into vehicles and stealing change. A suspicious vehicle was reported in the …
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Kenton is being given the opportunity to reimagine its downtown through a revitalization program.
Aaron Domini, planner with OHM Advisors of Columbus, discussed the two-track project which first would focus below the surface, followed by a streetscape plan. About 40 community members attended an open house to learn about the plans on Wednesday evening at the Hardin County Courthouse.
MOUNT VICTORY — The Old Tin Cup Antiques offers something to just about every interest as it opens its doors for business on Saturday.
Located beside the railroad tracks on Main Street in Mount Victory, the business had been the House of Yesteryear for many years under the ownership of Lowell and Jerry Brose.
But the new owners, Jeff and Shawn Detwiler, think their shop is unique and will be a destination for antiquers throughout the area.
TROY — A Kenton woman is facing charges after she allegedly smuggled drugs into the Miami County jail.
According to a report from WHIO-TV in Dayton, Megan Hair, 24, was arraigned Monday on a charge of conveying drugs into the jail, possession of suspected heroin and fentanyl and possession of a syringe.
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