A Duncan Falls man learns his fate in court on Monday in connection to charges relating to the stabbing of his wife.
Muskingum County Common Pleas Judge Kelly Cottrill sentenced 50-year-old Timothy Erwin Sr. to four years in prison for felonious assault and domestic violence.
Erwin plead guilty to the charges back in January. Sheriff Matt Lutz says last October Erwin stabbed his wife, 49-year-old Joann Erwin, twice at their home. She was taken to the hospital for non-life...
A man who allegedly stabbed his wife last month appeared in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
50-year-old Timothy Erwin Sr. of Duncan Falls plead guilty to felonious assault and domestic violence.
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office says he stabbed his wife, 49-year-old Joann, twice at their home on October 24th of 2010. She was treated and released from the hospital. Judge Kelly Cottrill ordered a pre-sentence investigation.
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office says it's investigating a domestic dispute that led to a woman being stabbed.
It happened around 5:30 p.m. at 570 Main Street in Duncan Falls.
Sheriff Matt Lutz says the man allegedly stabbed the woman twice. She was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital with what deputies are calling non life-threatening injuries. Lutz says his office is waiting to take statements from the couple, who are believed to be married, to determine a motive.
One local community is showing support for it's fire department.
The 17th Annual Antique and Classic Automobile/Truck/Bike Show was held this afternoon at Sam Hatfield Stadium in Duncan Falls. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department.
"We start about a couple months, about december, and we hit all the car shows and put fliers in the cars, we do our work we advertise, yes we do a lot of work to go into it," said Wayne...
A home undergoing remodeling in Duncan Falls catches fire this afternoon.
It happened around 3 p.m. at the corner of Miller Lane and Wheeler Drive.
Duncan Falls-Wayne Township Assistant Fire Chief Steve Farus says a barrel full of burning trash outside the home caught the corner of the house on fire. He says since the home was being remodeled, there isn't very much damage.
Duncan Falls-Wayne Township and Harrison Township fire departments responded.
Community Ambulance today announced that it will open a new station in Duncan Falls. Community director of operations Phil Koster says multiple municipal leaders asked him to investigate options to provide faster, more reliable emergency medical service response for areas south of Zanesville. Currently Community Ambulance has 24 stations in Zanesville, Washington Township and New Lexington. This summer Community Ambulance opened a station in cooperation with the Washington Township Fire...