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Badin Breaks Ground on Stadium

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Tuesday, March 5th on Badin High School's new $15 million Matandy Sports Complex, which includes the Lanni Family Stadium, at Badin's New London Road campus. Hamilton Mayor Pat Moeller, Matandy Steel founder Frank Pfirman, and Athletic Director Goeff Melzer were among the speakers at the event. The field at the stadium will be named in honor of late football coaching legend Terry Malone, and the track will bear the name of the Hamilton Community Foundation. Officials say $12 million has been raised for the project so far. The stadium should be completed by late spring of 2025, and the first football game will be played that fall, with the first opponent likely the Edgewood Cougars.

 

Bullet Fired in Road Rage

A Fairfield Township man is facing charges after allegedly firing a bullet at another motorist during a road rage incident in Blue Ash. 21 year old Noah Winkler allegedly got into an altercation with a second driver on Cornell Road and Kenwood Road around 7:00am Thursday. Police say Winkler pulled out a .380 semi-automatic pistol and fired a shot at the other driver, missing them by inches. The bullet ended up in the center console. The other driver was able to get Winkler's license plate number, and called police. Winkler was later arrested at his home on Red Coat Drive. He is facing one count of Attempted Murder, one count of Felonious Assault, and one count of Tampering with evidence, after allegedly throwing the gun into a drainage area near the scene of the shooting. The weapon was later recovered after a K-9 search. 

Prosecutor Honors Troopers

Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser has honored two Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers for their actions during the capture of four violent inmates who had escaped from the St. Francois Detention Center in Farmington, Missouri in January of 2023. Troopers Justin Adleta and Dominic O'Neill pulled the escapee's vehicle over for a traffic stop at By-Pass Four and Ohio-129, before the vehicle fled the scene, and led the troopers on a chase that ended when the suspects bailed from the car in a Liberty Township neighborhood. Adleta and O'Neill captured two of the suspects, and the others were captured hours later after a massive manhunt involving K-9's and drones. Butler County Prosecutor Michael Gmoser on Friday presented Troopers Adleta and O'Neill with his 7th annual Meritorious Service Award.
 

(Photo provided by the Butler County Prosecutor's Office)

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