Dimora Update, Sunny and Warmer, Protecting Eyes from Toys

Jimmy Dimora
Jimmy Dimora

19 Action News is investigating the whereabouts of convicted former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora. This past summer, Dimora was found guilty on dozens of charges in a bribes for contracts scheme that went on for years. On July 31, Dimora was ordered to serve 28-years behind bars. He was to serve his sentence at FCC Butner in North Carolina for their medical facilities. But according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website Dimora is not in their custody. Jail officials at FCC Butner confirmed to 19 Action News that Dimora is not there, but with the U.S. Marshals. Pete Elliot of the local U.S. Marshals Office tells 19 Action News he is unsure where Dimora is in custody.

Mostly sunny and warming will be the story through Friday as an area of high pressure stays overhead. Temperatures will warm into the upper 40s by the end of the week. As the next disturbance approaches, rain will arrive Saturday afternoon continuing into Sunday morning.

TODAY: Mostly sunny. High: 40 Wind: SW at 5-10 mph

TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Low: 25 Wind: S at 5-10 mph

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and a little warmer. High: 45

No one chooses gifts with the intent to harm, but some popular children's toys can cause serious eye injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 250,000 toy-related injuries are treated in emergency rooms each year, and almost half of these injuries affect the head or face - including the eyes. Unfortunately, most of these injuries happen to children under age 15. Some propelling toys, like airsoft guns, BB guns, paintball guns and darts can be particularly hazardous, with the potential to cause serious eye injuries such as corneal abrasion, ocular hyphema, traumatic cataract, increased intraocular pressure, and even permanent vision loss. The good news that most eye injuries can be easily prevented by following EyeSmart's toy safety tips. Click here for the top five toy safety tips to protect eyes.
Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager