Wednesday, March 12 2014 11:02 AM EDT2014-03-12 15:02:30 GMT
Areas of heavy snow quickly overtake the area early today with significant snow accumulations expected. Widespread snow accumulations of 4-8" expected with isolated amounts around 10" possible.More >>
Areas of heavy snow quickly overtake the area early today with significant snow accumulations expected. Widespread snow accumulations of 4-8" will be expected with isolated amounts around 10" possible.More >>
Wednesday, March 12 2014 6:52 AM EDT2014-03-12 10:52:34 GMT
A body found Monday has been identified as that of a missing woman. The St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office said the body of Lakeitha Joseph, 29, of Reserve, was found by a boater in the IntracoastalMore >>
A body found Monday has been identified as that of a missing woman. The body of Lakeitha Joseph, 29, of Reserve, was found by a boater in the Intracoastal Waterway.More >>
Wednesday, March 12 2014 9:47 AM EDT2014-03-12 13:47:52 GMT
A lingerie store in Gonzales has posted on their front door they accept most credit cards, including the EBT card. That's the Electronic Benefits Transfer card. Kiss My Lingerie, in Gonzales, Louisiana,More >>
A south Louisiana lingerie store has posted on its front door to indicate it accepts most credit cards, including the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, which replaced food stamps.More >>
Wednesday, March 12 2014 6:06 AM EDT2014-03-12 10:06:27 GMT
Police have released a picture of the man they are looking for in a shooting that left the victim badly wounded. Kirby Jones, 28, of Clinton, is accused of shooting a man twice in the chest and once inMore >>
Police have released a picture of the man they are looking for in a shooting that left the victim badly wounded.More >>
Fremont Police say Sunday morning was not the first time they were called to the Last Call bar because of Igmidio Mista.More >>
SANDUSKY COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -
mother of a Fremont man can continue with her lawsuit against Sandusky County
authorities, who she says shot and killed her son.
isn't so much a case needing to argue what it is occurred so much as it is
simply to display to the jury what the undisputed facts are," said Dennis
Murray, Sr., Kim Jones' attorney.
sued Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmeyer and two deputies following the
shooting death of her son Bryan.
the night of Bryan's death, Jones and her husband had called the sheriff's
office to report that Bryan had been drinking and had a gun. According to the
lawsuit, when deputies arrived, they saw Bryan sleeping on the couch with his
shotgun, "with no prospect of him being able to injure anybody else, including
the police officers, as long as they don't barge into his home," Murray said.
excessive force lawsuit claims the deputies used a flash-bang grenade, but
Murray says they had other options.
alternatives like a bullhorn, like bright lights, the techniques that we're all
used to understanding," he said.
lawsuit also claims that within seconds, deputies had shot Bryan so many times
that one of his arms was severed.
deputies say Bryan pointed the shotgun at them and they were defending
Jones is suing for $20 million. There is no timeline as to how long it will
take to get a trial going.