Blog Posts in 2014

  • 4-Dec-2014

    Selfie Leads to Suspect's Apprehension

    While many people today find that posting their favorite selfie to social media is a harmless and fun way to share with their friends, a Delhi Township man found out the hard way that doing so while committing a crime will have consequences. The ...
  • 24-Nov-2014

    Felony Court Helps Struggling Veterans Achieve a New Life

    In a society where addiction and mental illnesses run rampant, yet are often overlooked by those who are not burdened by the everyday harsh realities associated with these issues, Veterans have found themselves struggling to cope. However, Veterans ...
  • 3-Nov-2014

    Man Contacts Probation Officer Regarding Marijuana

    A Georgia man has found himself back in prison after accidentally sending his probation officer a text message concerning marijuana. After the text was received by the probation officer, agents raided the man's home and discovered he was in ...
  • 20-Oct-2014

    Snapchat Breach May Lead to Leak of Child Pornography

    In what seems to be an increasingly modern trend, hackers are claiming to have obtained thousands of private pictures and videos sent via the popular cell phone app, Snapchat. To those of you who are unaware, Snapchat is a media based application ...
  • 3-Sep-2014

    Mother Turns Over 13-year-old Daughter to Police for 'Sexting'.

    A Virginia mother causes quite the controversy when she decided to turn her 13-year-old daughter over to police. The mother decided to go through her daughter's cellphone and tablet after she suspected her daughter of using the technology to do ...
  • 14-Aug-2014

    Cincinnati Police Officers to Be Equipped with Personal Cameras

    In what seems to be a response to the unarmed killing of a teenager in Missouri this past week, the Cincinnati police department has announced that officers in District 3 will be equipping their uniforms with personal cameras. District 3 officers ...
  • 7-Jul-2014

    Supreme Court Hands Down Decision on Cell Phone Warrants

    On Wednesday, June 25, 2014, the Supreme Court handed down their decision on whether or not a warrant is required to search through an individual's cellphone. The Court made a unanimous decision that police must first get a warrant in order to ...
  • 27-Jun-2014

    Supreme Court Rules on Another Gun Law

    In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that individuals could not buy a firearm solely for the purpose of giving it to someone else. The Court stressed that this decision would help stop "sham" buyers from ...
  • 22-May-2014

    Fugitive Wanted in Clermont County for Failing to Provide a Change of Address

    As of May 15, 2014, a man is wanted in Clermont County for failing to provide a change of address. The individual is a registered sex offender due to a conviction in 2000 of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Thus, as a convicted sex offender he ...

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