GROVE CITY, Ohio (WCMH) — A dashcam video captured a man body-slamming a police officer. Grove city Patrol received a call about a man being disorderly outside of Grove city businesses. Police say when they arrived they encountered an intoxicated Michael Harris Jr., 19, dancing and running in the parking lot.
Police continued to say that Harris became erratic and more aggressive so they tried to arrest him.
Patrolman Hall said he tried to pepper spray Harris, but he avoided it with his hoodie and continued to get to his car.
Video released from the department shows, Harris picking up Hall and slamming him to the ground.
(CNN) Newly released video shows students on an Ohio school bus being flung around the vehicle when it tipped on its side after being hit by another car.A Ford Mustang ran a red light and slammed into the side of the Northern Local School District bus on December 19 in Thornville, Ohio, according to an accident report by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.The impact spun the vehicles around, and the bus overturned on its right side and slid off the road, striking a guardrail before stopping, the report said.
The body of a missing Ohio teenager has been found, apparently trapped in the brick chimney of a vacant house.
Harley Dilly, 14, disappeared more than three weeks ago, last seen walking to school the morning of Dec. 20.
His body was found Monday, investigators said, apparently lodged in a chimney of a home in his neighborhood.
Port Clinton Police Chief Robert Hickman called the discovery a “horrible accident,” adding there appeared to be no foul play.
President Trump heads to the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio Thursday for his first rally in 2020 as he deals with tensions in Iran and impeachment limbo on Capitol Hill.
Mr. Trump announced on Wednesday that Iran appears to be standing down for now after strikes on Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops. Mr. Trump said the U.S. will impose new sanctions until Iran significantly modifies its behavior. The House is voting on aintended to limit the president’s authority in dealing with Iran shortly before he leaves for his rally.
SHARONVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A vendor checking a handgun at an Ohio gun show accidentally shot a woman setting up a display booth, police said.
Sharonville police said the man, 74, and woman, 65, were preparing their booths Friday afternoon ahead of the Bill Goodman Gun and Knife Show at the Sharonville Convention Center outside of Cincinnati.
Police said the man was examining a handgun and pulled back the top slide not realizing a round was in the chamber. The gun fired and the bullet ricocheted off the floor and struck the woman standing about 20 feet away in the leg.
DAYTON — The mother of a 10-year-old Dayton boy who died after what police described as extreme child abuse says she tried to warn authorities that her son was in danger and now wishes she just would have gone ahead and kidnapped him.
Robin Collins, the mother of Takoda Collins, told this news organization that she called the police and filed documents with a Wisconsin court, begging them to get Takoda out of the home where authorities have since said the boy was locked naked in an attic, emotionally and physically abused, raped and eventually either held underwater or forced to drink a lot of water before he died Dec. 13.
The boy’s father, Al-Mutahan McLean, faces four counts endangering children, two counts felonious assault, and one count rape of a child younger than 13, after indictments in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.
Also, Amanda Hinze, 28, and Jennifer Ebert, 25, two sisters who authorities said both lived in the home, are charged with four counts of endangering children.