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WMOH Updates Archives for 2016-06

Hamilton Teen Remembered


(Hamilton)--A Hamilton High School graduate who died in a car crash Sunday will be remembered Tuesday night at the school. A vigil is being held at Virgil Schwarm Stadium for 18 year old Daniel Accorinti, who lost his life in a single vehicle rollover on State Route 129 in Reily Township Sunday evening. Accorinti was a passenger in a Chevy Camaro driven by 18 year old Travis Owens, who lost control of his car and flipped it several times on Hamilton-Scipio Road near Chapel Road. Accorinti was pronounced dead at the scene, and Owens was Air Cared to University Hospital with serious injuries. A juvenile female was taken to Fort Hamilton Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The accident remains under investigation by the Butler County Sheriff's Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team.


Rose Inducted Into Reds Hall of Fame


The Cincinnati Reds inducted Pete Rose into the team's Hall of Fame over the weekend. Rose seemed genuinely moved during the ceremonies held at Great American Ballpark. On Saturday, pre-game induction ceremonies were held for the hit king, who was surrounded by several former teammates and players who had already been enshrined into the hall. Rose's iconic number 14 was retired before Sunday's game.

 

Listen: Pete Rose talks about great players from Cincinnati.

 

Listen: Johnny Bench describes playing with Rose.


Wild Winds Whip The Wald


A severe thunderstorm toppled dozens of trees in Lindenwald Wednesday, damaging homes and vehicles, and prompting the sounding of the county's tornado warning sirens. The National Weather Service toured the damage zone (pictured) and after a survey, they determined the storm was a microburst with straight line winds of 85mph. The hardest hit area appeared to be Hooven Avenue, just to the east of Benninghofen Avenue, where a giant tree was knocked down, tearing up concrete and breaking a water main. Another tree up the street fell on a pickup truck and car belonging to the Parker family, who now find themselves without transportation. It could take several days to clean up the debris. Butler County Emergency Management Agency Executive Director Matt Haverkos says the sirens were sounded when a Butler County Sheriff's Deputy reported tornadic activity in Lindenwald.

 

Here is the National Weather Service's page dedicated to the Hamilton Microburst

 

 


Davidson Takes Office Today


(Washington, DC)--Eighth District Congressman-elect Warren Davidson takes office today, two days after winning a special election to fill out the remaining term of former House Speaker John Boehner, who resigned in October. The former Army ranger, with his wife Lisa by his side (pictured) told supporters in Middletown that heading to congress is like going on active duty again. Davidson will run again in November against Fairfield Democrat Cory Foister.

 

Audio: Congressman-elect Warren Davidson talks to WMOH about the first bill he plans to introduce in the House of Representatives.


Madison School Shooter Sentenced


(Hamilton)--Butler County Juvenile Judge Ronald Craft said something has to be done to stop the onslaught of school shootings before sentencing Madison school shooter James Austin Hancock for the February 29th incident at Madison Jr/Sr. High School that injured four students. One of the victims testified before the sentencing that he forgives Hancock, but still questions why he did it. Craft ordered Hancock to spend the next six years in the custody of the Ohio Department of Youth Services. If he misbehaves, Hancock could face additional time in adult prison. 


Rape Suspect Captured


Update: West Chester police say Camron Victor Wohl was captured without incident at 2:15pm this afternoon in Carrolton, Kentucky.

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West Chester Police have identified a man suspected of raping and robbing an elderly woman earlier this week. Warrants for Rape, Aggravated Robbery, Aggravated Burglary, and Kidnapping have been filed against Camron Victor Wohl. He is thought to be driving a stolen silver 2004 Chevy 2500 Duramax pick-up truck with Kentucky license plates of 595 MFS. Police say if you see Wohl or the truck, or know his whereabouts, you should call 911. Wohl should be considered armed and dangerous.


Freak Storm Floods West Side


A freak thunderstorm that churned over Hamilton's west side Thursday dumped over four inches of rain on the area, flooding streets, homes, and businesses from Highland Park to New London Hills. A Flash Flood Warning was issued at 2:19 p.m. by the National Weather Service. Water covered Main Street near Lawn Avenue, flooding Michael's Designer Salon at 937 Main Street, where workers waded barefoot through the waters (pictured) while taking photos and videos of the flooding. The Hamilton Fire Department responded to nearly a dozen calls of flooded homes and basements from 2:18pm-6:48pm. Areas affected included Western Avenue, Millikin Street, Ross Avenue, South Washington Boulevard, Carmen Avenue, and Highland Avenue. The City of Hamilton issued a news release saying they were dealing with a number of issues, such as debris on the streets, missing manhole covers, plugged catch basins, and sanitary and storm sewer pipes.

 

 

(Photo Credit: Leanne Bekemeier Spivey)



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