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According to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Jermaine Graham on January 6, 2011.  He is charged with Failure to Provide a Change of Address.



Justin Lee Scott, who last registered with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office in January, is wanted on a charge of Failure to Provide a Change of Address.  A warrant was issued for his arrest in March. 



Francisco Silva, 38, was convicted in 1998 of sexual battery involving a female juvenile.  Upon his release, public records show subsequent arrests for failing to register his address.  He last verified his address with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in September 2008 as being on Wiltshire Road in Columbus. A warrant for Failure to Register was issued for his arrest in February 2009.  He may be using the alias Juan Delgado.


Owners of Pain Clinics in Dayton and Scioto County Indicted for Illegal Distribution of Prescription Drugs

The indictment alleges that from November 2009 until November 2010 Callihan, who has no formal medical training, served as the primary owner and controlled the day-to-day operations of the clinics. Stegawski, who received a medical degree from Warsaw Medical School in Warsaw, Poland in 1977 allegedly represented himself as a chronic pain management doctor at Eastside Medical Specialist, Lucasville Medical Specialist and at an unnamed clinic located in Southpoint, Ohio.


Ohio Law Enforcement Officers Join Attorney General Mike DeWine for 25th Annual Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony

(LONDON, Ohio) –  Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and members of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy joined law enforcement officers from throughout the state today to honor six Ohio peace officers who died in the line of duty in 2011.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Sues The Beach Waterpark for Failure to Deliver

(CINCINNATI) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against the owners and operators of The Beach Waterpark in Mason, Ohio. The lawsuit charges the waterpark with failure to deliver, a violation of Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Announces Search Warrants Served in Trumbull County

BCI’s investigation began in July 2011, after the Warren Police Department requested help looking into activity at Warren massage parlors.   Working with Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins, the BCI investigation has led to today’s search warrants, during which agents will interview witnesses and gather evidence.  The Ohio Attorney General’s Office and Prosecutor Watkins will evaluate whether a nuisance action should be filed in an effort to close these locations.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Announces Pilot Program for 'Aged-Out' Foster Care Youth

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today a new pilot program to help homeless 18 to 24 year-olds who often have trouble receiving assistance and are disproportionately victims of crime.  The Older Youth Victim of Crime Initiative will focus especially on those who have "aged-out" of the foster care system.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Reports Nearly A Million Dollars Discovered in Storage Area Used by Bobby Thompson

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine tonight announced that more than $981,650 was uncovered in one of two suitcases found by agents from the Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), along with members of the U.S. Marshals Service, following the execution of search warrants today in Portland, Ore., of a storage closet used by long-time fugitive Bobby Thompson.


DeWine Joins Attorneys General in Urging Hollywood to End Smoking in Youth-Rated Films

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined Attorneys General from 37 states and territories in calling for the end of smoking being depicted in youth-rated films. The request was made in a letter sent to the chairmen and CEOs of ten major motion picture studios.

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