21, Oct 2014 - Steubenville, OH Trial delayed for Steubenville superintendent
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) – The trial of suspended Steubenville schools superintendent Michael McVey was delayed until Jan. 12.
12, Oct 2014 - Jefferson, OH Prosecutors presenting Wesley's case to grand jury
WTOV9.com JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio -- Jerek Wesley, a suspect charged in connection with a shooting in Steubenville last month and accused of avoiding local and federal authorities for days before being captured, was in court Wednesday morning. But he wasn’t there long. ...
12, Oct 2014 - Jefferson, OH Man gets 15 years for firing shots at police
WTOV9.com JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio – A man facing multiple charges after a shootout with Steubenville police officers in April 2013 pleaded not guilty to his May 2013 indictments Wednesday in a Jefferson County court. Devon Jones-Hill, 19, who was accused of firing a gun at two Steubenville police officers in the 1500 block of Maryland Avenue, was charged with two counts of felonious assault of a ...
11, Oct 2014 - Jefferson, OH Shooting suspects on the run, considered armed and dangerous
WTOV9.com STEUBENVILLE, Ohio – Police and U.S. Marshals are continuing their search for two suspects following Tuesday night’s shooting in Steubenville. On-the-run suspects Jevante Childs and Jerek Wesley are recently out of jail, considered armed and dangerous, and as it turns out, they're brothers. ...
04, Apr 2014 - Steubenville, OH Facing aggravated menacing charges against city leaders, Copley wants to defend himself
WTOV9.com STEUBENVILLE, Ohio -- Craig Olen Copley, a man with an extensive background involving threats to government officials, was back in Jefferson County Court on Friday, less than a week after two aggravated menacing charges were filed against him for recent ramblings against Steubenville city leaders. ...
02, Apr 2014 - Marietta, OH DeWine: 'We cannot arrest our way out of the heroin problem"
STEUBENVILLE - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Tuesday afternoon Ohio is facing a heroin epidemic and asked area law enforcement officials, social workers and community leaders for help in finding an answer to the growing drug problem.