Friday, 05 January 2018 05:19

Missing Adult Alert for Massillon Man

A Missing Adult Alert has been issued by the Massillon Police Department for Stark County and surrounding counties: Carroll, Columbiana, Holmes, Mahoning, Portage, Summit, Tuscarawas, and Wayne.

Information as of: January 5, 2018 at 1:30 AM

Be on the lookout for a missing adult. On January 4, 2018 at 5:00 PM, Mr. Andrews left a business on foot and failed to return home.

The incident took place in Stark County, OH On Whipple Ave NW in the city of Canton.

The adult's name is Carl Andrews and the individual is missing. The adult is a Black male, age 71, is 6'00" tall, weighs 215lbs, and has gray hair and brown eyes. Mr. Andrews suffers from Dementia. He was last seen wearing a red and gray hat, red coat, gray jacket underneath his coat, and white shoes. 

Call or dial 911 if you see the adult. You can also call 1-866-693-9171 or 911 to be transferred directly to the investigating law enforcement agency or to hear the alert information.

To view photographs, visit the Endangered Missing Adult Alert website at: http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Law-Enforcement/Local-Law-Enforcement/Missing-Adult-Alert

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A collection of high school football talent from across the Buckeye State will descend upon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium on Saturday.

Tournament Director Steve Channell spoke with Sam and Jay Brophy to talk about the event and what fans can expect tomorrow afternoon.

Admission for the two games is only $10, with all-star players in Divisions 4-7 playing against each other at 12 noon and Divisions 1-3 all stars playing against each other at 4pm.

The event is put on by the Ohio HS Football Coaches Association.

For more information, click here.  or visit their Facebook page.

 

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The parents of Ashley Zhao made their first appearance in Massillon Municipal Court Wednesday morning for arraignment. 

The charges listed by Judge Edward Elum were First Degree Murder and Felonious Assault for Mingming Chen, mother of Ashley, and Complicity to First Degree Murder and Complicity to Felonious Assault for Liang Zhou, the father of Ashley.

Both Chen and Zhou are scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on the morning of January 19th. No pleas have been entered at this time, and both parents have been appointed separate public attorneys.

Click here for previous stories/information on this case. 

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Thursday, 29 September 2016 16:45

Child Abduction, Rape Suspect Bond - $1 Million

Bond for the man charged with the abduction and rape of a 9 year-old Massillon girl has been set at $1 million.

The Massillon Independent reports that 46 year-old Dennis Menefee, in a video appearance in court in Fairfield County, denied the charges and said - quote - "I wasn't even in Massillon".

Massillon police drove Menefee back to Stark County after the extradition hearing...he had two black eyes authorities say were self-inflicted in a jail holding cell.

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Wednesday, 16 March 2016 12:31

FBI: Drug Bust In Massillon

Just under a dozen people are facing charges after the FBI and local law enforcement executed several search warrants in connection with a drug ring involving crystal meth in Massillon.

NewsChannel 5 reports Carlos Elias and his wife Lisa were arrested at a Lincoln Way NW home where five children were removed. The kids are now in the custody of a family member.

Authorities say Elias is the local distributor of the drugs -- importing about 2 to 5 pounds of crystal meth per month from California. The FBI says Elias purchases a pound of drugs for $2,400 and then sells it for $11,000 to $14,000. In total, 11 people will be charged. Other locations are being searched in Akron, Canton, Medina County, and Tuscarawas County.

On the web: www.newsnet5.com

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It's Week 10 of the high school football season and Massillon and Canton McKinley are ready to hit the gridiron this weekend once again.

Chris Easterling from the Massillon Independent joined the Sam Bourquin Show to break down the matchup and talk about what's at stake for both teams in addition to bragging rights.

 

 McKinley has their playoff spot locked up, while Massillon needs a win to keep their season alive. The Tigers are coming off a tough loss to the Irish of St. Vincent-St. Mary, while McKinley is coming off a win over the Green Bulldogs.

Easterling says that both quarterbacks Seth Blankenship of the Tigers and Dominique Robinson of the Bulldogs will dictate this game, and whoever makes the most crucial throws and the fewest mistakes will lead his team to a victory at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.

 

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