Dominick Conley will spend spend the next 27 years of his life behind bars.
20-year-old Dominick Conley was sentenced Monday morning in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court in front of Judge Mark Fleegle. Conley received 26 years for charges which include felonious assault on a police officer, assault on a police dog, several kidnapping and abduction charges as well as tampering with evidence in the August 2009 shooting of Officer Mike Schiele and his K-9 partner Bosco.
A man who plead guilty in the shooting of a Zanesville Police Officer and his K-9 learns his sentence Monday.
Dominick Conley goes before Judge Mark Fleegle at 10a.m. Conley entered a guilty plea last month in the shooting of Officer Mike Schiele and his K-9 Bosco.
Prosecutor Mike Haddox said Conley entered the plea to felonious assault on a peace officer, assault on a police dog as well as several kidnapping charges and recommended to the court he receive a 25 year sentence for...
Tonight, two local heroes got the chance to say "thank you."
Zanesville Police Department Patrolman Mike Schiele and K-9 partner, Bosco, were both injured during a shooting in August of 2009. Monday night, the pair thanked everyone who had a part in Bosco's recovery process.
"The support that we've had has been phenomenal. And we wanted to let everybody know that we really appreciate that and just a small token of our appreciation for all that they did for us...
Friday was a chance for students at the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center to show off their hard work.
It's Student Performance Day and around 25 students showed off their Olympic themed projects to classmates and their proud parents.
"Every year we try to showcase student work and this year we used an Olympic theme, the Winter Olympics, initially it was supposed to kick off the Olympics, but with all the snow days it has become a post Olympic...
Monday marks the three-month-anniversary of the shooting of Officer Mike Schiele and K-9 officer Bosco. While Bosco is continuing his recovery going to physical therapy three days a week in Columbus, Schiele travels an hour-and-a-half each day to train with his new K-9 partner Tino.
"Monday through Friday we train eight hours a day," says Schiele.
16-month-old German Shepherd Tino is already three weeks into his daily training with Officer Schiele and the two are...