A Mansfield physician is accused of illegally prescribing tens of thousands of painkillers and other controlled substances -- including oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone and fentanyl -- and providing them to another man who sold the drugs.
Just days before the start of a new school year, a Cleveland Heights mother is afraid to send her daughter back to her elementary school. In fact, she filed a police report this week about an alleged sexual assault incident she claims was never investigated last school year.
The DNA Doe Project is a national nonprofit which works to pair unidentified remains to missing persons cases. 19 News has told you about them before, as they helped to solve several high-profile cold cases.
Investigators say eight people were inside the home day care when the fire ripped through it. The day care owner and two teens made it out, but the five children -- between 9 months-old and 8 years old -- did not. Four of them were Shevonta Overton’s kids.
The Cuyahoga County Jail is bursting at the seams. Overcrowded far beyond what it was built to hold. It has stirred a debate over ways to allow more of those arrested to be on bond awaiting trial. One of those out on bond is Lameer Rayshawn Kidd.
“The basic complaint here is that Chief Angelo Calvillo was actively campaigning, circulating petitions and getting signatures for Mayor Frank Jackson’s campaign,” is how Local 93 President Fran Lally summed up the union’s complaint.
Special Prosecutor Dominic Vitantonio was appointed this summer to review the police brutality case involving Euclid Officer Michael Amiott, and after a weeks-long investigation, he has moved to file charges against the policeman.