A Morgan County mother is crying foul tonight with the local justice system. Tammy Phillips says in her mind justice is far from being served.
After her son was taken away from her six years ago, she worked very hard to get three indictments against the people she believes conspired against her. That is why some news she received this week came as a shock to her.
She says, “I went to the courthouse that’s when I found out that last month on the 14th there were three...
More headway in the 146-60 connector road project tonight, as the City Council continues to make progress towards construction.
The council passed several ordinances including the approval to apply for a five million dollar State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) loan. Jack Humm of the 6th ward says, “the application is one thing, when the application is approved is another thing and a third thing is you don’t pay anything on the loan until you draw some money down.”
He must always live with the reality of shooting and killing his son with a crossbow while the two were hunting in Muskingum County in 2002.
Now 41-year-old Alan Foster of Middletown, Ohio must also serve three years of community control and spend 60 days of local incarceration. Monday Foster was sentenced based on three charges of having a weapon while under disability.
Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman says Foster plead guilty to these charges on...
Zanesville Police say it started with a report of gunshot fire…and ended up with the discovery of homemade bombs.
With three simple household items, the average person has the ability to create a homemade bomb. Damon Collins, a local store employee says “depending on the size of the bottle, if a 2 liter bottle is used it could get up to about 2 feet long and start to explode.”
Detective Ric Roush of the Zanesville Police Department says around 11:00 last night officers...