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Ohio Unsolved Homicides: Jennifer Burgette and Curtis Francis

Jennifer Burgette and Curtis Francis were murdered nearly six years ago on December 9, 2006.


Toy Charity Thief Ordered to Pay $35,000 to Kids for Christmas

The restitution order came today after a judge granted Martha Springer, 64, intervention in lieu of conviction on a fourth degree felony charge of embezzlement. 


WANTED SEX OFFENDER: Nathaniel Thornton

Nathaniel Thornton, 31, is a sexually oriented offender who was convicted of the rape of a juvenile male in 2001. 


BCI "Bait Cars" Help Stop Holiday Heists

The cameras activate when motion is detected near the vehicle.  The equipment then sends a live feed of the crime-in-progress to law enforcement.


Attorney General DeWine Says to be Wary of Last-minute Ticket Sales

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns consumers to be wary of last-minute ticket sales to big games or events.

“Ohioans have been continually scammed by online ticket sellers,” said Attorney General DeWine. “We want to remind Ohioans to be careful when purchasing tickets online from third party vendors or online market places.”


Attorney General DeWine Seeks Restitution for Consumers in Lawsuit Against Home Builder

(MEDINA, Ohio) - Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit today against Unmistakably Premier Homes, and its owner/operator Stephen M. Kovack, for unresolved warranty issues and failure to deliver. The suit seeks restitution for consumers, injunctive relief, and penalties from the Wadsworth-based company.

"For many of us, one of our biggest dreams is to own a home," said Attorney General DeWine. "It's a shame when others take advantage of that goal and turn buying a home into a nightmare."


Attorney General DeWine Offers Suggestions for Shopping Safely

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered tips and suggestions to help keep consumers safe from scams and within their budgets.

"This is an exciting and joyful time of year," said Attorney General DeWine. "But keeping an eye out for fraudsters and gimmicks, and clearly understanding the terms of a purchase will go a long way toward making sure the holidays are safe and hassle free."


DeWine, 41 Attorneys General Urge Congress to Extend Tax Relief for Distressed Homeowners

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined Attorneys General from 40 States and Guam in urging Congress to pass legislation extending tax relief for distressed homeowners who receive relief from the National Mortgage Settlement. The request was made in a letter sent to House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and other leaders of the House and Senate.


Unauthorized Health Care Provider Convicted, Sentenced

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that a Columbus man convicted of aggravated theft must now repay more than $100,000 to Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS). 


Attorney General DeWine Says Monitor's Report Shows Ohioans Have Begun to Take Advantage of National Mortgage Settlement

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that today's release of a monitor's report shows that Ohioans have begun to take advantage of the consumer relief offered by the National Mortgage Settlement announced in March. According to the report, more than 4,500 Ohioans have received more than $165 million in consumer relief.

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