The good news is that the vast majority of the 91 business in Richland County where underage alcohol or tobacco sales were attempted passed the test by refusing the purchase.
The bad news is that 15 of those establishments failed the test.
METRICH has released the following: More…
As this recently posted on Monday clearly shows, the Ohio State Highway Patrol had their hands full on October 2.
This episode occurred on I71 not far from Mansfield; the offender lost control of his or her automobile in a dramatic climax to the chase. Even on a small screen, the speeds shown are not for the faint of heart. More…
The Mansfield Division of Police has announced the arrest of a suspect in a recent robbery at gun point.
Police responded to an Aggravated Robbery on October 31 at the Circle K Convenience store at 98 Lexington Ave in Mansfield Ohio. One male entered the store and robbed it at gun point. More…
While some areas saw a rise in activity, including homicide, rape, and auto thefts, Mansfield officials are emphasizing that “overall” crime was down 4.4% in the third quarter of 2016. Police Chief Kenneth Coontz released those numbers earlier this week.
The numbers for service calls and crime were compiled by the Records and Data Section of the Mansfield Division of Police. More…
Cleveland media is reporting that Bill Squire, co-host of the popular The Alan Cox Show on radio station WMMS, was arrested early Sunday morning outside of the Ohio State Reformatory’s Paranormal Pentientiary.
Coverage from cleveland.com can be accessed here.
In Mansfield, Ohio today for the annual meeting of the METRICH Drug Task force. Proud to support these brave men and women. pic.twitter.com/DYtS3TaXXk
— Mayor Aaron Montz (@MayorMontz) September 27, 2016
— NDOHnews (@NDOHnews) September 27, 2016