Missing Ohio Family

November 14, 2010 by USA Post 

Missing Ohio Family, Stabbed investigation Findlay, Holland woman found dead in a pond.There is new evidence showing possible cheating in the case of a missing woman from Ohio and his two children. The Knox County Sheriff says officers found blood in the family home, but is still considering the case of a missing persons report. The authorities raided the house after a co-worker is looking for a woman missing after failing to report for work on Wednesday. Police have no suspects or persons of interest in the matter.

Findlay Police investigating a stabbing last night on 1200 block of Vincent Street. Officers were called to Blanchard Valley Hospital after a victim came forward. The survey revealed an altercation occurred on St. Vincent in the early evening when the victim was cut on the back. The incident is still under investigation.

Holland woman died this morning after the dive teams had been under water inside his car. Around 07:00 last night, troops of state say Monica Jablonski, 71, eliminated his driveway in a pond in her backyard. Jabloski was transported to hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Fire crews were busy fighting a fire overnight that destroyed a building. It happened near Park on Lagrange. The fire broke out at about 10:30 in an abandoned building. Fire crews are still investigating what sparked the fire at the former bowling alley. The leader said that the building was a total loss and no injuries were reported.

Nearly two weeks from the midterm elections in November, two orders in bowling green are still too close to call. One such provision applies to a dwelling and in its current form, which is up by only 24 votes. The other contractor employment fell by 116, so that the nearly 1,000 provisional ballots could decide the outcome. Wood County Board of Elections has until Nov. 23 to count the remaining votes.

Bedford Public Schools is facing a deficit of 4.6 million and the directors and there decision to close an elementary school to save money. The director expects a decision soon on whether a building nearby, and which one. The proposal will be submitted to the council meeting in January.

Columbia Gas crews continue working to restore services to hundreds of residents of Toledo after construction crews hit a gas line. The leak occurred on Upton Avenue near I-475 yesterday morning due to a strong smell of gas in the region. Upton was blocked and some nearby buildings were evacuated ProMedica as a precaution. Columbia Gas said about 600 customers lost service. Repair crews are visiting houses to correct the problem and the gas recovery process will continue today. The company asks customers who still need services to leave their porch lights.

An accident at the construction of roads in Monroe County closed the intersection for knocking out telephone service some residents. Construction crews hit a line at the intersection of Monroe Street and Elm Avenue causing problems. The intersection is stopped and MDOT has set up a detour. This accident also causes problems with 52 lines of telephone service, including 9-1-1 in the region. AT & T has notified residents affected by the blackout and the Sheriff’s Department in Monroe County says they expect a service to be operational again within 48 hours.

More evidence is needed before the suspected serial stabber could face murder trial first Flint, Michigan as a judge. Elias Abuelazam is responsible for murder in the death of Frank Kellybrew who police say was attacked on his way to a gas station. The court said they will decide whether there is probable cause for a murder trial after prosecutor’s present DNA evidence on December 3. Abuelazam is suspected in a stabbing frenzy of multi-state, including that of Toledo.

The pilot who landed an airliner safely on the Hudson River last year was honored with the Medal of Purdue University Neil Armstrong excellence of its namesake. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger appeared Friday night in West Lafayette with Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon. Earlier in the day, Sullenberger was awarded a distinguished alumnus of the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue for his alertness while flying U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in January last year.

A man of tools stolen from his Washington home were recovered, thanks in part to a popular website. The victim said after her mother found her work equipment offered for sale, he played the role of a paying customer. He met with vendors, confirmed the tools were his, and the police took the suspects into custody. The suspects are accused of possession of stolen property and traffic.

A Manhattan area Home Depot yesterday received a shipment that was anything but routine. Employees say a box containing human body parts were shipped to the store intended for a Chicago hospital. Inside the box were the heart valves, but fortunately nobody was open. The New York Police Department said they responded to a call to the store, but will not say if they took the box.

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