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Haydenville Man Charged With Having 300 Nude Photos Of Children Pleads Guilty

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A Haydenville man charged with having 300 nude photographs of children on his computer accepted a plea deal in Hocking County Common Pleas Court Monday. James A. McManaway, 37, pleaded guilty to two charges of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and four charges of pandering obscenities involving a minor. He was indicted in November on… Read More

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Woman Charged With Endangering Children Held On $500,000 Bond

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A New Straitsville woman was indicted in Hocking County Common Pleas Court Friday on charges stemming from her arrest in January, alleging crimes against two minor children. During her arraignment Tuesday, Karen Sharpe, 54, pleaded innocent to one count of kidnapping, a first-degree felony; and two counts of endangering children, third-degree felonies. The Hocking County… Read More

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Woman Charged After Gagging Granddaughter With Soiled Underwear

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A 54-year-old New Straitsville woman is facing numerous charges in Hocking County Municipal Court after allegedly gagging a child relative with soiled underwear as punishment. Karen Sharpe is being held on a $1.1 million bond on charges of kidnapping, endangering children, assault and domestic violence. Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North said detectives received a complaint… Read More

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Glouster Woman Identified as Victim in Christmas Day Shooting

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Early Thursday morning, Logan Police Chief Aaron Miller released the names of the man and woman in the Christmas Day murder-attempted suicide as Phillip Loschiavo, 30, of Bremen, and Teresa Bickley, 30, of Glouster. Investigators believe Loschiavo shot Bickley in the parking lot and then turned the pistol on himself in front of his estranged… Read More

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Kincaid Pleads Guilty to Bank Fraud Charges in Federal Court

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Melissa R. Kincaid, of Logan, appeared in U.S. District Court Friday afternoon for a change of plea hearing. Kincaid seemed distraught as she sat next to her attorney, Nicholas G. Gournaris of Dayton. Initially charged with 26 felony counts including bank fraud, aggravated identity theft and bankruptcy fraud, Kincaid signed a plea agreement and pleaded… Read More