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Chung Yi Wasabaugh died early Friday after she ran into a tractor trailer on Interstate 81 in Franklin County, county Coroner Jeff Conner said in an email Saturday. Conner said Wasabaugh, 45, lived in Saint Thomas. A New York trucker told police he saw Wasabaugh running toward his vehicle but couldnt avoid her. Police said they found an open container of alcohol in the truck and charged the trucker with offenses including aggravated assault by vehicle while under the influence.
The former Penn State quarterback and his Alliance of American Football League team look to end a two-game losing streak in Orlando on Saturday night, as the 0-2 Express are set to visit the 2-0 Apollos. Quarterback Garrett Gilbert has gone from career journeyman to one of the Alliances standout players, no doubt because of the work of coach Steve Spurrier, CBS Ben Kercheval writes. The Action Network shares that Memphis is a 14.5-point underdog ahead of the start of the contest, and that number could climb by the time things get underway. Its too early to call Memphis one of the AAFs best defenses, but the Express have at least managed to largely shut down the run game while pressuring the quarterback.
Police in Hanover in York County said they have charged a 25-year-old local man with offenses including attempted criminal homicide, aggravated assault, stalking and kidnapping. Police said they were called to a report of a home invasion and assault in the first block of College Avenue and found a 25-year-man who had been stabbed and seriously injured. Police, who said they saw a trail of blood leaving the house, said they found Moorefield and a woman who had been stabbed in the 300 block of North Forney Avenue. Police said Moorefield took the woman, who is 21, by force from the College Avenue residence.
Pending the completion of police investigations in Florida and likely a league inquiry as well Goodell could punish New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft for being charged with two counts of soliciting a prostitute. Under the NFLs personal conduct policy that states ownership and club or league management have traditionally been held to a higher standard and will be subject to more significant discipline, Goodell could fine and/or suspend Kraft from any activities involving the Super Bowl champions. Hes made many such judgments before including fining Kraft and the Patriots $250,000 in 2007 for filming other teams signals, and $1 million in 2014 for deflating footballs during the AFC title game. Then, in March 2014, Irsay was arrested near his home in suburban Carmel and was held overnight after he failed sobriety tests and police found prescription medications in his car.
So keep Corey Kluber and trade Bauer no later than July (unless the Indians seem primed for a deep run into the postseason). Hey, Andy: The Indians, counting this season, have two years of control over Bauer. I would find it hard to trade Bauer during the season if the Indians are rolling. If the Indians waited until the offseason to make a deal, a contender may take him for his last year of control, make him a qualifying offer and collect a high draft pick when he turns free agent and signs elsewhere.
"Part of what we're doing out there is being visible and proactive," Mecklenburg said, crediting University Hospitals with providing grants in 2017 and '18 that helped put impaired driving arrests at 111 and 112 in those respective years, up from 89 in 2016. Last year, Roe formed an Immigration Task Force that had at least three police representatives on board, including Mecklenburg, to further research Cleveland Heights' "Welcoming City" designation, approved by council in 2017. In addition to a free lunch with officers, the program included K-9, SWAT team and bomb squad demonstrations, along with classes on the laws of arrest, search and seizure, evidence processing and "teens' perceptions of their rights," as well as bike patrols. In 2018, Cleveland Heights also received the only "Pro Patria" public sector award in Ohio from the U.S. Department of Defense for providing employer support and flexible scheduling to members of the National Guard and military Reserve.
INDEPENDENCE ---Theft, Rockside Road: A manager at a Walgreen's reported seeing a man conceal several bottles of body wash and other toiletries in his pants and leave the store without paying at 6:24 p.m. Feb. 8. He was found with $114 worth of items, including merchandise reported stolen in an earlier incident. Drugs, Rockside Road: A driver was pulled over at 1:22 p.m. Feb. 8 for traveling 89 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone. The driver was later found to have active warrants out of the Lakewood Police Department and Medina County Sheriff's Office.
BRUNSWICK --- Drug possession/littering, W. 130th Street: A driver was stopped by police at 4:44 p.m. Feb. 21 when a passenger in the car was seen littering. Theft, Center Road: Police responded to a call at 3:42 p.m. Feb. 17 from a Giant Eagle employee who reported seeing a man leave the store with $413 worth of unpaid merchandise. The employee was able to provide police with a license plate number but reports did not indicate if the suspect had yet been located. Open container, Center Road: Police pulled over a driver in the Little Caesars Pizza parking lot at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16 and searched the car when the odor of marijuana was detected.
MORELAND HILLS, Ohio -- Phone message, suspicion; Chagrin Boulevard: Police received a call from staff at Brady Middle School just before 5 p.m. on Feb. 13 reporting that a gray car had pulled up to the sidewalk heading towards the door. Squad call, Chagrin Boulevard: Police and medics responded to a Feb. 13 report from Brady Middle School of a child waiting near the gym and suffering from what appeared to be a broken arm. Noise complaint, Riverstone Drive: Police received a report of loud music coming from a vehicle in the vicinity at 9:20 p.m. on Feb. 19. Police were tied up with a one-car crash that closed down the southbound lane of Route 91 from Chagrin Boulevard up to the area of Hiram Trail until about 4:10 p.m., with no medical transport and a juvenile being turned over to a parent.