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  • “Sex for sale” sites shutdown August 26, 2016
    Willoughby police have shutdown “sex for sale” sites soliciting customers in the city. In a Facebook post, Willoughby police said the department had received several complaints from local hotels about prostitutes meeting clients who answered website ad’s and messaging boards promoting sexual encounters for a fee. Three men were arrested during an undercover raid last […]
  • A Willoughby Hills bank employee is being credited for her quick thinking August 26, 2016
    A Willoughby Hills bank employee is being credited for her quick thinking. According to a press release, when two armed robbers walked into the bank and demanded money, the teller was able to press the bank’s security alarm, foiling the attempt. Both suspects fled the bank with no money, after the clerk took to long […]
  • An incident at an area gas station left customers disgusted August 26, 2016
    SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — An incident at an area gas station left customers disgusted. Employees at the Flying J gas station along State Route 45 North had to ask an Ashtabula man to vacate the premises, after patrons complained he was watching sexually explicit videos on his laptop in the lobby, according to a county Sheriff’s […]
  • A truck stop crime spree is being investigated August 26, 2016
    JEFFERSON — A truck stop crime spree is being investigated. The county Sheriff’s Department says, three truck drivers were robbed at gunpoint Wednesday and Thursday, at truck stops in Austinburg Township and Kingsville. Police were following up on leads, Thursday, according to a press release. -0-
  • Commuters may have noticed heavy black smoke hovering over the area Wednesday evening August 26, 2016
    ASHTABULA – Commuters may have noticed heavy black smoke hovering over the area Wednesday evening. According to Capt. John Paul, a pile of construction debris caught fire around rush hour at a warehouse in the Harbor district, sending plumes of smoke into the air. Paul said an electrical saw used for roof repairs likely sparked […]