A local man has been found not guilty in court Wednesday on all charges in a recent kidnapping and attempted rape case.
Thirty-year-old Jeffrey C. Hampton of Zanesville previously pleaded not guilty to one count of kidnapping and one count of attempted rape. Hampton could have faced a hefty prison sentence if convicted.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Jim Workman, the charges stem from a November 23rd 2004 incident where Hampton was arrested by Zanesville Police...
A warning goes out to area residents tonight about a reported telephone scam in Zanesville.
According to Detective Sergeant Ric Roush with the Zanesville Police Department, their office has received numerous complaints in the last week from people stating they have been contacted by telephone by individuals attempting to obtain their bank account numbers.
The ZPD is reminding people that this is not the way banks conduct business and that no personal information such as...
Cakes for the 19th annual Carr Center cake auction began arriving at the Colony Square Mall today.
This year’s cakes are colorful and very creative. Executive Director of the Carr Center, Sonya Mawhorter describes how this single event involves our entire community.
“Everything we do here depends upon the support of our community and the cake auction is one of those events that involves everyone in our community the cakes, incentives, cake bakers, cake buyers, it takes...
The Zanesville High School Quarterback Club is paying tribute to a Navy SEAL.
On Friday May 6th the club is hosting a luncheon that will feature former Zanesville players and coaches all in honor of Vice Admiral Albert Calland III.
“He’s an admiral in the navy and stationed at the Central Intelligence Agency. He was also a commander of the Navy SEALS and played football for the Naval Academy,” says Ron Apperson, former Zanesville Athletic Director.