U.S. Marshals, with the help of other local law enforcement found and arrested this week's Fugitive of the Week, Thomas Kellwood. About 3:30 Tuesday, Kellwood was found hiding under a trailer off of Stratton Road in West Salem. Marshal Pete Elliot said in a release it was tips that brought in Kellwood, who was wanted for assaulting his mother and two other young family members after an argument.
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(US Marshal/Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force) This afternoon at approximately 3:30pm, members of the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force, along with the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Montville and West Salem Police Departments, and Medina and Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, arrested Thomas Kellwood, 36. Kellwood has been wanted by the U.S. Marshals and the Lodi Police Department after he was involved in a domestic dispute.
During the domestic incident Kellwood allegedly assaulted several members of his family, including two children under the age of 16. Yesterday afternoon Kellwood was featured as the Fugitive of the Week. Within hours, numerous tips poured in regarding Kellwood’s possible whereabouts. Early this morning members of the task force began searching the 11100 block of Stratton Rd. in West Salem for Kellwood. Numerous law enforcement agencies, including Ohio State Highway Patrol air unit and special response team and Sheriff’s Department K-9 unit responded to the area, it was believed that Kellwood was hiding in a heavily wooded area.
After a few hours of searching, Kellwood was found hiding under a trailer. He was arrested without further incident and transported to the Medina County jail.
U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott said, “Tips on this case came into the task force and officers acted immediately, without the strong community cooperation and the excellent partnership with local law enforcement agencies this fugitive may still be on the run."
UPDATE 8:35 a.m.: Akron police say Darius Heard, Jr. was returned by his non-custodial father to the apartment where the boy's mother cares for him. The one-year old is safe. Police are still searching for Darius Heard, Sr.
UPDATE Akron police have released a photo of the toddler missing from a Callis Oval apartment after he was taken from his non-custodial father. Darius Heard, Jr. is one year old and last reported wearing a red-white and blue polo shirt and a diaper. His father, Dairus Heard, Sr. (pictured above) has warrants out for his arrest and has "violent tendancies" according to the AMBER Alert message broadcast earlier this morning. The public is asked to look for a silver Chevy Sonic which may have Texas license plates and bears and Enterprise rental car sticker on the driver's side, front windshield. If you see the car or Heard, please dial 9-1-1.
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Akron Police have issued a statewide Amber Alert for missing 1-year-old Darius R. Heard Jr. The young boy was last seen leaving the apartments on Callis Oval in Akron with Darius R. Heard Sr. The younger Heard was wearing a red, white, and blue Nautica Polo shirt and a diaper.
Darius R. Heard Sr. (pictured) has warrants for his arrest. He is driving a silver Chevy Sonic with Texas license plates; police say it is likely an Enterprise rental car.
Anyone with information or if you see Darius Heard Sr., the young boy, or the vehicle, you're asked to call 911.
This week's Fugitive of the Week, courtesy of the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is Thomas Kellwood, 36, who's wanted by the U.S. Marshals and Lodi Police on a domestic violence warrant.
Kellwood's alleged to have assaulted several members of his family, including his mother, and 2 children under 16-years-old. Kellwood is listed 5'6", and about 125 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes and it possibly in Lodi or Rittman. If you see Kellwood, call 911.
See more from the U.S. Marshas below:
FUGITIVE: THOMAS KELLWOOD The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Thomas Kellwood. Kellwood is wanted by the U.S. Marshals and the Lodi Police. Kellwood is wanted for domestic violence. Kellwood allegedly assaulted several members of his family, including his mother and 2 children under the age of 16, following an argument. Kellwood is a 36 year old male standing approximately 5’06” and weighing 125 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. Kellwood is believed to be hiding in the Lodi or Rittman areas. He has a previous address near the 100 block of River St. in Lodi. If you have any information in reference to Thomas Kellwood, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED or Text keyword WANTED and tip to 847411 (tip411) Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.
A scary situation for an 18-year-old girl shopping for prom at Summit Mall on Monday.
The St. Vincent-St. Mary High School Senior says she was shopping when she was approached by a pair of men, one of whom asked her if she had a boyfriend and grabbed her hand to pull her closer to him. She says the man, who spoke with a thick accent according to the girl, asked to walk her to her car and then flashed her some cash, offering her money in exchange for a kiss.
Fairlawn Police investigated and no criminal charges were filed as the girl wasn't harmed. The two men were traced to a hair-product kiosk out of South Park Mall in Strongsville.
After the incident, the girl posted about it on social media. The story went viral and other local girls say they've had similar experiences with the same men.
Stark County deputies, along with member of the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force, has arrested a second adult in connection with a burglary that turned into a chase by police following a traffic stop. 19-year old Ja'lon Kirkland was picked up Thursday and joins fellow accused accomplice, 19-year old Raejon Marquell Williams, in the Stark County Jail. Police say Kirkland and Williams were both involved in a burglary in progress when they responded to the scene of a Plain Township home but fled, with one brandishing a weapon during a traffic stop on 30th Street NE.
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(Stark County Sheriff) Sheriff George T. Maier is announcing the arrest of 19-year-old Ja’lon Kirkland in connection with an aggravated burglary in Plain Township. On Wednesday, May 3, 2017 deputies responded to a residence in the 2500 block of Cathy Drive NE in Plain Township for an aggravated burglary in progress.
Witnesses stated the suspects brandished a firearm and then fled the scene in a box truck. Responding Deputies located the suspect vehicle in the area and initiated a traffic stop as the vehicle fled east on 30th St NE. The vehicle came to a stop in the area of 30th St NE and Willowrow Ave NE. Kirkland and 19-year-old Raejon Williams fled on foot. Williams was arrested Wednesday, shortly after the incident took place and was booked into the Stark County Jail on charges of Aggravated Burglary and Obstruction of Official Business.
Kikland was taken into custody by deputies at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 with the assistance of the U.S. Marshal’s Violent Fugitive Task Force. He was arrested at his home in Canton without incident on arrest warrants charging him with Aggravated Burglary and Obstruction of Official Business. He has been booked into the Stark County Jail.
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Stark County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a burglary in progress at a home on Cathy Drive NE Wednesday. Two suspects entered the home and pulled guns on the residents. Then they loaded an ATV and a motorcycle into a box truck and sped off. Responding deputies noticed the truck and pulled the suspects over. That's when they fled on foot. One suspect, 19-year-old Raejon Marquell Williams was caught and arrested, the second suspect is still on the loose. After the fact, Deputies arrested a female juvenile in connection. She's been booking in Stark County Juvenile Detention Center. Inside the truck Deputies found a gun and an airsoft pistol.
A major leadership shakeup over at Summa Health going on now...with two top positions eliminated, and people filling those posts losing their jobs.
The Beacon Journal reports that the hospital, which has been through months of controversy following the abrupt replacement of their Emergency Room physicians group, and subsequent loss of acreditation for the ER Resident training program---is attempting to "remove layers of management, increase efficiency, and maintain high standards for quality, safety and operations."
That, according to a memo sent out to staff yesterday morning by Summa's Interim CEO, Dr. Cliff Deveny. He tells the newspaper it's "totally inaccurate" to link the controvery surrounding the emergency room earlier this year to the changes that eliminate the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Medical Officer positions.
COO Valerie Gibson was close to former CEO Dr. Thomas Malone, while CMO Dr. Vivian von Guenigen was heavily criticized for a potential conflict of interest because her husand headed U.S. Acute Care Solutions, the company Summa replaced it's existing core of emergency room staff with in January. Neither are expected to remain in other capacities with the hospital system.
The Hard Rock Rocksino is growing -- into the gasoline business. Not only slots, concerts and dining but now a Rockstop Gas and Wash, a gas station and car wash specifically branded to the Hard Rock. Construction starts this month and should be wrapped up by mid-September.
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(Hard Rock Rocksino) Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park announced plans to open ROCKSTOP GAS & WASH, a new Hard Rock branded and first of its kind, state-of-the-art gas service station and car wash, as well as the addition of a third gaming and smoking patio, bolstering the Rocksino's economic impact in Northeast Ohio and enhancing its Players Club benefits and unique amenities. The two property enhancements equate to a more than $5 million investment.
Construction on ROCKSTOP GAS & WASH, started in early May with a planned completion date in mid-September, 2017. Construction on the new gaming and smoking patio is underway with an expected completion date in early June. The projects are expected to generate close to 100 construction jobs and over 35 new permanent jobs.
"On behalf of our owner Brock Milstein and Hard Rock International, we're proud to announce these exciting new economic investments in our hometown," says Mark Birtha, President Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park. "We are committed to growing our property in a way that provides our customers, and our employees, unique experiences and unparalleled value. And, at the same time, reinvests in our local community to create employment and additional benefits to the overall economy."
According to Birtha, members of the Rocksino's Rock Star Rewards loyalty program and company employees will receive a discount on their gas purchases and car washes and may use their points to redeem services. "The Hard Rock's latest expansion shows the company's continuing commitment to the Village of Northfield and gives visitors another reason to patronize the Hard Rock property and the Village." says Jesse Nehez, Mayor, Northfield Village.
ROCKSTOP GAS & WASH will be located on the Northwest side of the Rocksino along Northfield Rd. (Rt. 8). The entire site will occupy 45,000 sq. feet including a 3,500 sq. foot retail/car wash building and have six doublepumps
– a total of 12 handles to dispense gas. The pumps will feature Hard Rock style lighting effects and LED TV's, allowing for the broadcast of music videos and commercials.
"ROCKSTOP GAS & WASH is the first Hard Rock branded gas station and car wash – right here in Northfield, Ohio," says Birtha. "Once again, Northeast Ohio sets the bar high in terms of launching new products and services. That's happening here in Northfield will become the prototype for similar amenities at Hard Rock International properties world-wide. "While it's important to add amenities, it's critical to refresh the ones we have. Over 3 million people visited the Rocksino last year. It's imperative that we continually reinvent, as well as expand our property to exceed customer expectations. And, that's our commitment to Northeast Ohio," says Birtha.
The new gaming and smoking patio will be located adjacent to the Rocksino's Constant Grind restaurant, a 24/7 bistro, increasing the total number of games at the Rocksino from 2,265 to more than 2,300.
UPDATE Police arrested Marock Wednesday evening.
Springfield Township Police are looking for 55-year-old John Michael Marock. A warrant has been issued for Marock on on assault, robbery, burglary, and violation of a protection order charges. He's a white male, 6'2", 200 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and a black goatee. Police believe he may be in the Akron area and are asking to keep a look out and call 911 if you see him.
The parents of a two-year-old who accidentally overdosed on a synthetic opiate back have been arrested, according to Akron Police.
On March 7th, around 1 a.m., 27-year-old Randy Boggs found the toddler unresponsive in the home and called 911. He and 21-year-old Catelynn Smiley of Akron are charged with felony child endangering. They've been booked in Summit County Jail.
Read the full press release from Akron Police below:
Child Endangering/Unintentional Overdose:
Detectives arrested the parents of the 2 year old that overdosed on a synthetic opiate around 1:00am on March 7, 2017. The 2 year old male was found unresponsive by the father at his residence in the 500 block of Brittain Road. Detectives charged Randy Boggs II, 27 and Catelynn Smiley, 21, both of Brittain Road, with felony child endangering. They were booked into the Summit County Jail.
Dawud E. Spaulding of Akron, currently on death row in Ohio for killing two people and paralyzing another in a 2011 shooting, has been granted 10 more pages to present his argument for reopening his case.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of his lawyers' request to remove the page-limitation on an appeal for a new trial. Spauling was originally set to be executed in March of 2014, but the automatic appeals process has extended that date to this point.
Now, this request for re-opening the case must not exceed 25 pages.
Akron Police and the U.S. Marshals Office say Kenneth Lindsey, 28, of Akron, has turned himself in on a murder warrant.
On Wednesday April 19th, police say Lindsey and 32-year-old Reginald Edwards were involved in an argument outside of Lindsey's home on Pine Knolls Drive. During the argument Lindsey pulled out a gun and shot Edwards in the chest. Lindsey then fled the scene.
Edwards, meanwhile, was transported to Akron City Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Lindsey had been on the run since the shooting, but on Tuesday, he turned himself in to Akron Police with his lawyer.
Lindsey is charged with the murder of Reginald Edwards.
Akron City Council voted unanimously Monday night to lift the moratorium on medical marijuana implemented by Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan last September, shortly after it was passed statewide.
Akron City Councilman Jeff Fusco said in addition to lifting the moratorium, council approved licensing, distribution, processing and even testing of medical marijuana. Fusco adds that the law specifically outlines who will be able to apply for licenses to distribute medical marijuana; state qualified and registered physicians.
In addition to state laws, those looking to grow or distribute medical marijuana would need a license through Akron City Council.
Fusco anticipates requests to grow and/or distribute will be coming in within the next few weeks, but doesn't expect the entire operation to be fully functional until September 2018.
He adds that despite the legalization of medical marijuana in the state, recreational use is still a no-no, and those who break that law are still subject to the same rules that were already in place.
A major changing of the guard at the Cleveland Clinic, as Dr. Toby Cosgrove announces he will be "transitioning" from the job as CEO after almost 13 years at the top. He'll continue as an advisor when he's out as CEO later this year. The search is on for a replacement.
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(Cleveland Clinic) After nearly 13 years as president and CEO of Cleveland Clinic – which has grown into an $8 billion health system with multiple locations in Ohio, Florida, Nevada, Canada, Abu Dhabi, and, in 2020, London – Toby Cosgrove, M.D., announced at a staff meeting today that he has decided to begin a succession process to transition out of the top executive role later this year. The Governance Committee has asked Dr. Cosgrove to continue on in an advisory role.
Over Dr. Cosgrove’s tenure, Cleveland Clinic’s expansion locally, nationally, and internationally has positioned the institution for a strong future as its revenues have grown from $3.7 billion in 2004 to $8.5 billion in 2016. It has become Ohio’s largest employer with over 50,000 caregivers and a global leader in clinical outcomes, patient experience, innovation and wellness, ranking No. 2 in the nation last year by U.S. News & World Report.
“It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of an extraordinary and forward-thinking organization that puts patients at the center of everything we do,” Dr. Cosgrove said. “Cleveland Clinic’s world-class reputation of clinical excellence, innovation, medical education and research was created and will be maintained by the truly dedicated caregivers who work tirelessly to provide the best care to our patients.”
By making leadership development a top priority, Cleveland Clinic has developed a deep, talented pool of physician-leaders who are ready to take on executive roles such as hospital presidents, executive administrative roles, leaders of major initiatives across the enterprise, and more.
“The goal of any leader is to leave an institution better than you found it. Without a doubt, Toby has done that,” said Cleveland Clinic Board of Directors chairman Bob Rich. “Our world-class reputation has only grown over the past 13 years, as he has led Cleveland Clinic through a period of dramatic growth and worldwide expansion.”
His successor will be jointly selected by the Board of Directors and Board of Governors and that process is expected to be concluded in 2017. The Governance Committee has asked Dr. Cosgrove to continue on in an advisory role.
In keeping with its model as a physician-led institution, Cleveland Clinic’s new president and CEO will be a practicing physician.
Before becoming CEO in 2004, Dr. Cosgrove was a cardiac surgeon for nearly 30 years, performing 22,000 operations and earning an international reputation for expertise in valve repair. As president and CEO, Dr. Cosgrove has driven major initiatives that have gained international recognition, created best practices in healthcare, focused on patient outcomes and promoted patient experience.
Cleveland Clinic has grown steadily between 2004 and 2016: the number of physician-scientists has doubled from 1,800 to 3,400; total visits increased from 2.8 million to 7.1 million; research funding grew from $121 million to $260 million; and construction has changed the face of Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, with the addition of the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute, the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center, the Tomsich Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute and, currently under construction, a health education campus in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Cosgrove’s leadership has emphasized patient care and patient experience, including the re-organization of clinical services into a patient-centered model of care designed around organs and diseases rather than doctors. He coined the phrase “Patients First” to be the guiding principle for all caregivers and hired the first Chief Patient Experience Officer to focus on the experiential, physical and emotional aspects of patient care, now a growing norm in hospitals today. Cleveland Clinic is considered one of the country’s “Best Workplaces in Health Care” in Fortune and a “World’s Most Ethical Company” by the Ethisphere Institute.
Dr. Cosgrove has launched major wellness initiatives for patients, employees and communities, including: banning smoking on all Cleveland Clinic campuses; adopting a policy to not hire smokers; offering employees free memberships to Weight Watchers and gyms; ridding the cafeteria of fried foods; opening weekly farmer’s markets in the summer and fall; and creating an employee health insurance program that offers discounts for physical activity or for enrollment in a disease management program.
Anchored in Cleveland on its 165-acre main campus, Cleveland Clinic’s name is well known around the world for its clinical excellence. Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi opened in May 2015; Cleveland Clinic Toronto just celebrated its tenth year; and Cleveland Clinic London is expected to begin seeing patients in 2020. Locally, Cleveland Clinic recently opened a new state-of-the-art hospital in Avon. And in Weston, Fla., Cleveland Clinic Florida is constructing a new five-story tower.
Under Dr. Cosgrove’s innovative leadership, he also envisioned “same-day” medical appointments that opened access to 1.5 million same-day appointments for patients in 2016. He also is committed to new ways to allow patients to access care anytime, anywhere, with walk-in appointments, virtual visits by phone or tablet, and more.
Dr. Cosgrove received his medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville, completing his clinical training at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Brook General Hospital in London. His undergraduate work was at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass.
He was a surgeon in the U.S. Air Force and served in Da Nang, Republic of Vietnam, as the Chief of U.S. Air Force Casualty Staging Flight. He was awarded the Bronze Star and the Republic of Vietnam Commendation Medal.
Joining Cleveland Clinic in 1975, Dr. Cosgrove was named chairman of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular surgery in 1989. Under his leadership, Cleveland Clinic’s heart program was ranked No. 1 in America for 10 years in a row by U.S. News & World Report, a distinction that has remained for 22 successive years. He has published nearly 450 journal articles, book chapters, authored “The Cleveland Clinic Way” and developed 17 training and continuing medical education films. As an innovator, Dr. Cosgrove has 30 patents filed for developing medical and clinical products used in surgical environments.
Dr. Cosgrove is a 2016 Fortune Businessperson of the Year (#14), has topped Inside Business’s “Power 100” listing for Northeast Ohio, is highly ranked among Modern Healthcare’s “100 most powerful people in healthcare” and “most powerful physician executives,” and is an inductee of the Cleveland Medical Hall of Fame.
Dr. Cosgrove has been consulted by successive presidential administrations, serving on the Veterans Administration Commission on Care (2015) and the current White House Strategic and Policy Forum.
Tomorrow marks the national Prescription Drug Take Back Day where residents can safely get rid of unused or expired prescription drugs, especially opioid painkillers to keep them out of the hands of addicts.
It's a no-questions-asked service and free; locations include local police stations and event Metro RTA's visitors parking lot. Drop-offs will be accepted between ten in the morning and two in the afternoon.
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(Senators Portman & Brown) Addictive prescription drugs that are thrown away or left untended on shelves and in drawers at home are often stolen and either abused or sold by family members and visitors. That’s why the DEA and thousands of its state, local, and tribal law enforcement and community partners are holding another Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 29, from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., at over 5,000 sites around the country, including more than 270 sites in Ohio.The service is free of charge, no questions asked. Both U.S. Senators are backing the effort as a way to support taking prescription painkillers out of household medicine cabinets.
America is experiencing an epidemic of addiction, overdose, and death due to abuse of prescription drugs, particularly opioid painkillers. More than 6.4 million Americans age 12 and over -- 2.4 percent of the population -- abuse prescription drugs, according to the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health released last fall. That’s more than abuse cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, and methamphetamine combined. Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of injury-related death in the United States, eclipsing deaths from motor vehicle crashes or firearms. The majority of prescription drug abusers report that they obtain their drugs from friends and family, including from the home medicine cabinet.
Locations around greater Akron:
|AKRON POLICE DEPARTMENT||AKRON METRO REGIONAL TRANSIT CENTER
VISITOR'S PARKING LOT
|631 S BROADWAY STREET||AKRON|
|AKRON POLICE DEPARTMENT||AKRON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
|215 W. BOWERY STREET||AKRON|
|SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF / DRUG UNIT||SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE / DRUG UNIT||393 E. TURKEYFOOT LAKE ROAD||AKRON|
|SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT||SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT||2465 CANFIELD ROAD||AKRON|
|BARBERTON POLICE DEPARTMENT||THE OLD FIRST MERIT BUILDING||480 WEST TUSCAWARAS||BARBERTON|
|CUYAHOGA FALLS POLICE DEPARTMENT||WESTERN RESERVE HOSPITAL
|1900 23RD ST||CUYAHOGA FALLS|
|TALLMADGE POLICE DEPARTMENT||TALLMADGE POLICE DEPARTMENT||53 NORTHEAST AVE||TALLMADGE|
|TALLMADGE POLICE DEPARTMENT||GIANT EAGLE||205 WEST AVENUE||TALLMADGE|
|TALLMADGE POLICE DEPARTMENT||ACME FRESH MARKET||600 SOUTH AVENUE||TALLMADGE|
|COPLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT||COPLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT||1280 SUNSET DRIVE||COPLEY|
|SUMMA HEALTH SYSTEM||GREEN MEDICAL CENTER||1835 FRANKS PARKWAY||UNIONTOWN|
|STOW POLICE DEPARTMENT||STOW POLICE DEPARTMENT||3800 DARROW RD||STOW|
|BATH POLICE DEPT.||BATH POLICE DEPT.||3864 W. BATH RD.||AKRON|
|MEDINA COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE||WADSWORTH POLICE DEPARTMENT||120 MAPLE STREET||WADSWORTH|
|SUMMA HEALTH SYSTEM||WADSWORTH-RITTMAN MEDICAL CENTER||195 WADSWORTH ROAD||WADSWORTH|
|HUDSON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT||HUDSON ACME PLAZA
IN FRONT OF THE ACME GROCERY STORE
|116 W. STREETSBORO ST.||HUDSON|
|BRIMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT||BRIMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT||1287 TALLMADGE RD||KENT|
|KENT POLICE DEPARTMENT||KENT POLICE DEPARTMENT
|319 S. WATER ST. KENT OHIO||KENT|
|SOLON POLICE DEPARTMENT||SOLON SENIOR CENTER||35000 PORTZ PARKWAY||SOLON|
|MEDINA COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE||MEDINA TWP. P.D.||4877 FENN ROAD||MEDINA|
|AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT||AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT||100 S. AURORA RD||AURORA|
|PORTAGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE||PORTAGE COUNTY WATER RESOURCES||8116 INFIRMARY RD.||RAVENNA|
|UH PORTAGE MEDICAL CENTER||UH PORTAGE MEDICAL CENTER
|6847 N. CHESTNUT ST||RAVENNA|