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WMOH Updates Archives for 2018-03

Lawyer: Decision On Orr Coming In Weeks, Not Days


(Hamilton)--A Hamilton School Board attorney says it will be “the next few weeks, not a few days” before the Tony Orr situation is resolved. William Deters made the statement after a three hour executive session at the board offices on Dayton Street. Deters says the board realizes there is some impatience for the case to come to a conclusion, and they appreciate the patience that people are exercising. He says they would rather be thorough and right than quick. Orr has been on paid leave since early February on unnamed allegations.


Racial Slur Brings Protests To Miami


(Oxford, Ohio)--A race related controversy is brewing on Miami University's Oxford campus. Protesters are demanding a student's expulsion for allegedly writing a racial slur in a group text, and later bragging about it in a Tinder post over spring break. President Gregory Crawford has taken notice, saying he is saddened and frustrated. He says once again words and symbols of hate and intolerance have been directed at members of the Miami community. A group of students held a demonstration at the Armstrong Student Center yesterday, and today they gathered with signs at the Farmer School of Business.
 

 


Dog Owner Arraigned On Cruelty Charges


(Hamilton)--A Hamilton man appeared in Municipal Court to face charges of cruelty to a companion animal. 42 year old Brian Scott Trauthwein was arrested after two dogs, a black pit bull, and a brown female boxer were found emaciated on Franklin Street last Thursday. The pit bull named Chloe appeared to be recovering well, but the boxer named Porsche was seriously malnourished and was near death. The Animal Friends Humane Association is trying to nurse the Porsche back to health, but they admit she has a long road ahead. She did make some progress over the weekend, according to the Butler County Dog Warden's Office. Trauthwein was ordered held on $7,500 bond, and will return to court April 2nd.


Babby Sitter Charged With Murder


(Hamilton)--A babysitter accused of causing fatal injuries to a 3 year old girl is now facing more serious charges. 35 year old Lindsay Partin is accused of murder, involuntary manslaughter, and four counts of child endangering in the death of Hannah Wesche. The toddler passed away March 18th,  10 days after she was taken to the hospital from Partin's home on Shank Road.


Hamilton Man Dies In Weather Related Crash


(St. Leon, IN)--Indiana State Police are investigating a weather related weekend crash that killed a Hamilton man. 33 year old Kevin Gutzwiller was a passenger in a pickup truck that skidded westbound on I-74 in Ripley County, and rolled over several times.  Gutzweiller was trapped under the vehicle, and was pronounced dead at the scene. Another passenger, 22 year old Alyssa Tucker of Cincinnati, was taken to University Hospital, and is in critical condition. Tucker's 5 year old son was taken to Childrens Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the truck, 25 year old Hannah May of Okeana, was treated for non-life threatening injuries at Dearborn County Hospital. No charges have been filed yet, but police say the truck was traveling too fast for the weather.
 

 


Winter Weather Advisory Begins Tonight


(Wilmington)--We usher in the first night of spring with...snow.

A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 8:00 tonight. The National Weather Service says we could see anywhere from 2-to-5 inches of snow. Keep it tuned to WMOH News for the latest school delayts and closings.



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