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Wanted Person by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 31 October 2014 15:55

Derrick Michael Keeton – AKA “Fat Boy” White Male 9-24-1985	 29 years old Ht: 5’11 Wt: 255  Hair: Brown     Eyes: Hazel Keeton has numerous tattoos on his body.  His last known address was 200 Fenwick Drive. New Carlisle, Ohio.  He has past history of drug sales and is known to carry firearms.  It is imperative to locate this person in order to safeguard our community.  He has recently threatened to kill a witness which has resulted in the recent Intimidation of a Witness charge.  If you have any information concerning Derrick M. Keeton please call the Clark County Sheriff’s office at 937-328-2560.

Derrick Michael Keeton is wanted on multiple warrants. One warrant is a Capias warrant out of Common Pleas Court for 2 counts- Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity, Conspiracy to Commit, 5 counts Trafficking in Drugs and 3 counts Possession of Drugs, and for Intimidation of a Witness (1st degree Misdemeanor). He should be considered armed and dangerous.

Derrick Michael Keeton – AKA “Fat Boy”

White Male

9-24-1985          29 years old

Ht: 5’11 Wt: 255

Hair: Brown     Eyes: Hazel

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Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 16:02
 
Free Road Clan Fears The End Of Family Name PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maggie Yowler   
Thursday, 30 October 2014 17:39

Jerry Free is proud of his family’s local and international heritage, as his ancestors settled in Clark County, in the area now known as Free Road, in the 1840s. Six generations of Frees have lived in two homes on Free Road since then, and now Jerry Free fears that his family’s surname will vanish with his youngest son, as there are no more males to carry the name.

“But the other day, I did wonder if the girls will keep their maiden names when they get married…all the popular movie stars are doing that nowadays,” said Jerry Free of his two school-age granddaughters, Sidney and Taylor. “Maybe they won’t get married at all, or maybe they’ll keep their names…you just don’t know what the world is going to be like in 20 years,” he remarked.

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Homicide on Scarff Rd. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 23 October 2014 14:31

What started out as a missing persons report became a homicide investigation.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 14:34
 
Grandfather, Granddaughter Killed In Township Crash PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maggie Yowler   
Saturday, 11 October 2014 16:42

Two people were killed after being rear-ended by another vehicle on Dayton Road at South Tecumseh Road around 4 p.m. on Saturday.

A man who was sitting in his car at the stop sign on South Tecumseh Road, trying to turn left on Dayton Road toward Springfield, saw the crash occur. He said a

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Weather Woes Wither Festival Crowd PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maggie Yowler   
Thursday, 09 October 2014 08:44

A wise outdoor event planner once said: “The thing you have no control over, is the thing that can make or break everything,” she said, referring to the weather. The hardworking folks of the Heritage of Flight Festival Committee maintained a positive attitude throughout the cold, windy weekend, shrugging off the chill and disgusting frozen precipitation by saying they made the best of it.

Thankfully, Friday’s doom-and-gloom weather let up just enough for the evening’s Cruise-In Car Show to draw a crowd, but attendance numbers seemed lower than in years-past. Unfortunately, the weather returned in full-force Saturday morning despite a forecast that promised cold, yet sunny skies.

The skies were anything but sunny Saturday morning as a thick wave of frozen precipitation the meteorologists call Graupel fell on the area, combined with sleet, snow, and rain, making for a messy mixture. As if that weren’t bad enough, the accompanying winds quickly arrived, blowing vendors’ tents up and down Main Street in erratic fashion, and knocking their precious wares into the street.

The high winds also prevented the festival’s signature elements from appearing in the parade, as pilots feared the gusts would either flip over the airplanes or knock their wings into the street light poles along Main Street, as they only had a few inches of clearance on either side.

Festival organizers pushed through Saturday night’s wind and drizzle to finally bring fireworks to downtown New Carlisle, resulting in what everyone agreed was a fantastic show.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 13:23
 
School Threat – Criminal Damaging/Endangering arrest PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 16:52

On October 6, 2014 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Educational Support Deputy was contacted by the principal of Greenon High School reference to a female student who had came into the school office reporting that someone had written “ I am going to bomb this school” on a wall inside the girls bathroom.

The Educational Support Deputy then began investigating the reported written threat on the bathroom wall and during the course of his investigation was able to determine that the female student who had reported the written threat was responsible for writing the threat.

As a result the thirteen year-old female student was suspended by school officials and will appear in Clark County Juvenile Court to answer to a charge of Criminal Damaging/Endangering at a later date.

 

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Bethel Band Director Loses Son In Tragic Accident PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 30 October 2014 12:49

By Brittany Arlene Jackson

Coolidge, Arizona and New Carlisle, Ohio were as far apart in thought as they were in distance until a tragic accident occurred this past Friday, October 24. 21-year-old David Jackson Elam, son of beloved Bethel High School band director, Danny Elam, was in a head-on collision with a Leland Stevens Trucking semi at 7:00 AM in Coolidge, Arizona last Friday. The police report from the crash said that David Elam, a Department of Corrections employee, was likely on his way home after a late night shift. He did not survive.

David’s journey home, beginning on October 24th, will finally bring him back to New Carlisle this week where his family and friends will welcome him home and say goodbye again all too soon. Larry Fraley at the Trostel, Chapman, Dunbar, & Fraley Funeral Home in New Carlisle said that arrangements were already being made for David’s memorial.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 17:20
 
“Several Thousand Gallons” of Fuel Leak Into Groundwater PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maggie Yowler   
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 06:56

Details are just beginning to emerge in the case of a fuel leak at a New Carlisle Speedway station that occurred in early September. The Ohio

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City Seeks To Increase “Earned” Income Tax PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kathy Voytko   
Saturday, 11 October 2014 14:57

2014 Budgeted Police ExpensesThe voters of New Carlisle are being asked to support an “earned income tax” for the purpose of supporting only the expenses for police and streets. City Manager Kim Jones explained to the New Carlisle News that the .50% earned income tax would bring $500,000 per year into the city funds. This is a 5 year levy that would begin to be collected from paychecks on January 1, 2015.

We asked Ms. Jones why the city elected to place an earned income tax on the ballot rather than a property tax for the purpose of funding law enforcement and streets. She explained that when the city council was in discussions about what type of levy was needed and the amount of income it would produce, a group of local citizens came to the council and asked for some relief for those on a yearly income that is from pensions, disability or other sources that is unlikely to increase. They expressed a need to protect their monthly expenses which would increase if a property tax were levied.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 11 October 2014 15:17
 
Madison Street School Not Eligible For Land Bank PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maggie Yowler   
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 06:25

During Monday night’s meeting of New Carlisle City Council, City Manager Kim Jones announced that she had spoken with Land Bank representatives concerning the Madison Street School building, as discussed in last week’s Joint Government Meeting. Jones said the new Land Bank program simply did not have enough funds to cover the city’s requirements of the old school.

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