ELYRIA — The attorney for James “Jamie” Collins pleaded for mercy — asking a judge Thursday to let Collins head home and serve probation after pleading guilty in connection with the repeated abuse of a 3-year-old little girl.
A fired Avon police officer pleaded guilty to attempted assault in connection with the incident that led to his April arrest at Jack Cleveland Casino for disorderly conduct while intoxicated. James Cline, 31, pleaded guilty to the amended charged
SHEFFIELD TWP. — The Lorain County Board of Elections approved the purchase of new voting machines, and it hopes to have the new system in place and operational by the May primary election. During a meeting Wednesday, the board unanimously
Former Lorain County Common Pleas Court Judge James Burge could be facing a six-month suspension of his law license after a recommendation by the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct. This week the Board of Professional Conduct
ELYRIA TWP. — A Lorain man indicted on charges of murder in connection with the death of a 2-year-old due to burns allegedly threatened to stab a corrections officer in Lorain County Jail with a plastic spoon last week. Andre Moore, 31, of
ELYRIA — An Elyria man is facing attempted murder charges for an alleged incident that stemmed from a fight that broke out during shooting of a rap video. Curtis Mack, 19, of Thornwood Street, was indicted on a first-degree felony count of
ELYRIA — Bruce Arnoff and John Sullivan were sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to charges in connection with the murder-for-hire plot that led to the killing of Willie Fisher in July. Arnoff, 59, of Solon, was sentenced to
LORAIN — The clerk of courts for Lorain Municipal Court resigned from her position Thursday amid an investigation by Lorain police into alleged improprieties while in office. Lori Maiorana tendered her letter of resignation to the
ELYRIA — Bryan Thomas has resigned from his position as a probation officer with the Lorain County Adult Probation Department nearly a month after agreeing to never work as a probation officer again as part of a plea deal in his criminal case.
LORAIN – County Commissioner Ted Kalo announced his candidacy for the office of Lorain Municipal Clerk of Courts, Wednesday afternoon. Kalo, who has served as county commissioner since being elected in 2004, hopes to replace the current clerk,