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Arrest Made Following Indictment in 1995 Cold Case

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Washington County Sheriff Larry R. Mincks Sr. today announced the indictment and arrest of a Waterford, Ohio, man for his role in the 1995 homicides of Kimberly Fulton and her 17-month-old son, Daniel.


Attorney General Yost Honors the Best of Ohio Law Enforcement at 2021 Conference

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today recognized the significant contributions of numerous public safety officers and one civilian as part of his annual Law Enforcement Conference.


AG Yost Opposes Federal Policy Intrusive to Private Bank Information

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, along with 19 other state attorneys general, have sent a letter to the U.S. Treasury Department in opposition to a new federal policy that would provide the federal government with access to nearly every American’s bank account and financial transaction information.


Indictment Accuses Man of Running Illegal Funeral Business

A Lucas County grand jury has indicted Shawnte Hardin on 37 charges related to providing funeral services without a license.


Former Autism School Administrator Sentenced to Jail for Theft

The former executive director of the P.A.T.H. School for Autism, Inc. and the P.A.T.H. Academy for Autism, Ltd. has been sentenced to 90 days in jail after a joint investigation by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, the Bryan Police Department, and the Ohio Department of Education found she stole more than $150,000 from the school.


Former Cuyahoga County Jail Director Sentenced

Kenneth Mills, the former director of the Cuyahoga County Regional Jail, was sentenced to 9 months in jail, the maximum possible for his mismanagement of the facility, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


Cutting-Edge Technology Deployed to Provide Courtroom-Ready Results Within Minutes

A new pilot program will speed up drug testing, aiding investigations and prosecutions, by sending easy-to-use mass spectrometers to three regions across the state, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Marion Police Chief Jay McDonald and Marion County Prosecuting Attorney Ray Grogan announced today.


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