August 27, 2014

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Indians: Tribe trades Choo; acquires Bauer

Stubbs

CLEVELAND — The Indians did a lot of talking during last week’s Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn. On Tuesday, their actions spoke louder than words. In a three-team, nine-player trade that broke Tuesday night, Cleveland dealt right fielder Shin-Soo Choo, infielder Jason Donald and around $3.5 million to the Reds for outfielder Drew Stubbs. Cleveland’s Read More…

Indians: Reports have Tribe talking Choo trade

CLEVELAND – The Indians and Shin-Soo Choo look as though they will be parting ways before next season begins. Multiple reports broke Tuesday night that the Indians were negotiating a three-team trade with the Reds and Diamondbacks that would send Choo to Cincinnati for outfielder Drew Stubbs and minor league shortstop Didi Gregorious. Cleveland would Read More…

Indians: Reports have Tribe in talks to trade Choo

CLEVELAND – The Indians and Shin-Soo Choo look as though they will be parting ways before next season begins. Multiple reports broke Tuesday night that the Indians were negotiating a three-team trade with the Reds and Diamondbacks that would send Choo to Cincinnati for outfielder Drew Stubbs and minor league shortstop Didi Gregorious. Cleveland would Read More…

Clerks who shot and killed armed robber won’t be charged, prosecutor says

CINCINNATI — Two gas station workers were protecting themselves when they pulled guns and fatally shot a robber, an Ohio prosecutor said today. The two employees won’t face charges. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said police interviewed the two clerks, reviewed store videos and a 911 call, and recovered a BB gun that looks like Read More…

Ohio crackdown on Internet cafes runs out of time

COLUMBUS — Don’t bet on a crackdown this year on gambling operations known as Internet cafes. The Ohio Senate won’t act before the session ends this month on a proposal that amounts to a virtual ban on the game parlors, Senate spokeswoman Angela Meleca said Tuesday. Senate President Tom Niehaus has told his Republican caucus Read More…

2 men treated after crash this morning on state Route 58

HUNTINGTON TWP. — Two men are being treated for injuries following an accident this morning near the Lorain-Ashland county line. The accident was reported at 6:10 a.m. just a tenth of a mile north of the county line on state Route 58, according to Trooper Paul Green from the Ashland Post of the State Highway Read More…

Columbia Station man arrested after burglary

Wayland

COLUMBIA TWP. — A Columbia Station man was arrested yesterday after he broke into one home and apparently attempted to break in to another, according to sheriff’s deputies. Corey Wayland, 29, is charged with burglary, obstructing official business, domestic violence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies were called to Wayland’s mother and step-father’s home in Read More…

Fugitive of the Week arrested in Cleveland

Police have arrested a fugitive who is facing rape, sexual assault and gross sexual imposition charges. The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force listed Roy Young Jr., of Wakeman, as its Fugitive of the Week yesterday and said he was believed to be hiding in Lorain County. Young was wanted for allegedly raping and sexually Read More…

250-pound pot-belly pig found in back seat of stolen car

YOUNGSTOWN — Police in northeast Ohio made a curious discovery after finding a stolen car — a full-grown pot-belly pig in the back seat. Police reports said officers responding to a call about an abandoned car Monday found the Nissan Cube with air bags deployed, two flat tires and heavy damage to the front end. Read More…

All-Lorain County soccer: Exchange student from Norway named co-player of the year

Troupe

Fredrik Troupe was as surprised as anyone to be named the Lorain County Soccer Coaches Association Division I Co-Player of the Year. After all, a few weeks before the start of the season, the Avon senior might not have been able to find Lorain County on a map. Troupe, an exchange student from Norway, made Read More…