A local man could face up to 15 year in prison if convicted of a crime involving three minor females.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, 23-year-old Russell Tanner of Zanesville entered a guilty plea to three counts of gross sexual imposition and one count of misdemeanor voyeurism.
Workman says, the charges stem from an incident that occurred on December 21st of 2004 when Tanner allegedly touched three minors inappropriately.
Another major drug bust this week—this time the Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office seized a large amount of drugs, weapons and cash from three Zanesville men, totaling over $30,000.
After a 6-7 week investigation, the Sheriff’s Office used a search warrant during a drug raid last Thursday. Officers arrived at the home of 25-year-old Chad M. Morrison on Warwick Avenue in Zanesville.
Here’s what was confiscated: • 68.8 grams crack cocaine • 88 grams powder cocaine...
Tonight the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority held a special board meeting to discuss plans to expand the Muskingum Family Y into a full-service facility.
For those that are unfamiliar with the current Y, that means adding a pool, basketball courts and much more. In order to expand their facilities, they'll have to expand their property and change locations. They also want to lease the land from the Port Authority.
The Muskingum County Commissioners finalized their budget today and the results are in… Don Madden says this was a challenging budget for the commissioners to put together, and there were cuts made across the board.
“We have tried to be fair to all the departments and make cuts where we could that had the least impact on individuals lives,” says Madden.
Madden says the 2005 budget is about 25 million dollars. The reason for the cuts is because the county has a...
Maybe they just wanted to work off the calories they planned on eating during the Superbowl or they just wanted to get a breath of fresh air---either way today's warm weather had people out and about today.
This afternoon the trails near Bethesda Hospital were busy with walkers who say they just wanted to take advantage of the spring-like temperatures.
"We just got back from Arizona and we're used to all that warm weather so we'll take advantage of it again today so here...