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WMOH Updates Archives for 2014-09

Stabbing Suspect Sought


(Hamilton)---Hamilton police were looking for a man who allegedly stabbed another man Tuesday night. Police say 52 year old Keith Brumley stabbed 49 year old Larry Galloway several times in the back at 180 Progress Avenue. Galloway was taken to University Hospital by Air Care. Brumley is described as a white male with a prosthetic leg. He stands 5'7 weighs 150 lbs. with brown hair and blue eyes.


Fire Lesson: Building Codes Work!


(Fairfield)--Fairfield firefighters say the design of an apartment building at 45 Heffron Drive kept a fire from spreading beyond a third floor unit. Fire Chief Don Bennett says a child playing with a lighter or matches started the blaze that caused $75,000-$100,000 damage. No injuries were reported, but one cat died in the blaze. Three other cats were rescued.


Children Services Strike Ends


(Hamilton)---Striking workers with the Butler County Childrens Services agency ended their four week old strike Tuesday, despite not having a contract. Union President Rebecca Palmer told reporters that "we simply cannot continue to sit by and watch as the agency's obligations go unfulfilled" before they marched into the Fair Avenue office wearing all black. County Administrator Charles Young said he was glad to see the workers back on the job, and expressed hope that an agreement could be reached soon.


Two Dead In Plane Crash


(Liberty Township)---Two men were killed when their bi-plane crashed into a residential neighborhood in Liberty Township Saturday morning. Butler County Chief Deputy Anthony Dwyer says they started getting calls from neighbors on Sunrise View Circle around 8:55am. The plane apparently clipped the side of a house before coming to rest in a backyard, and bursting into flames. Firefighters had to spray foam on the wreckage to extinguish the blaze. The red bi-plane was apparently owned by four men who would take turns flying the aircraft. The house that was clipped by the plane has been ruled uninhabitable by building inspectors. The neighbor's house received exposure damage from the fire.  The names of the victims will not be released until they are positively identified using dental records. The FAA dispatched a couple of investigators to the scene.


Soupy Sailing


(Hamilton)---Butler County was placed under a Dense Fog Advisory Wednesday morning. The advisory was in effect through 9:00 in the morning. Fog was reducing visibility to a quarter of a mile in some locations, especially low-lying areas.


Reynolds Refunds Communities, Schools With Surplus


(Hamilton)---Butler County Auditor Roger Reynolds announced Tuesday that his office has returned $1.9 Million back to local coffers after his office reported yet another surplus of real estate fund money. Reynolds says the Lakota Local School District will receive $453,271, the Fairfield School District $208,610, and Hamilton City Schools will get back $111,590. Reynolds says his office has returned $6 Million to local entities since he took office back in 2008.


Motorcycle Crash Injures Two


(Hamilton)---Hamilton police are investigating a car vs. motorcycle crash that sent two people to the hospital. The crash happened in an alley behind the 300 block of Park Avenue. Two people were taken by life squad to Fort Hamilton Hospital. There was no word on the victim's ID or condition.



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