US Marshals say they arrested a 21-year-old man from Canton at a home near the 100 block of 23rd Street SE in Mansfield this morning, who allegedly shot up a strip club in Columbus on January 29th.
Travis Ingram, who will be held in the Stark County jail until he is extradited back to Columbus, is charged with Aggravated Murder in connection with the shooting which left a 31-year-old man dead, and three women injured.
US Marshal, Pete Elliott, says the arrest was the result of "relentless efforts of our fugitive task force in Columbus, and our team here in Northern Ohio," adding that "A dangerous fugitive and three guns are off the streets thanks to the task force members".
If you like the idea of driving around, meeting new people, and earning a starting wage of at least $17 dollars an hour; today is your lucky day.
Akron's Metro RTA is hiring bus drivers, and they're interviewing people at 416 Kenmore Boulevard, today until 7:00 PM.
Today's "Come Drive With (B)Us:The Sequel" hiring event is following up on a successful one they had several months ago, but they have more job openings now, and say they really need new drivers.
Click here for more information, and here for a map showing the location of their office on Kenmore boulevard.
48-year-old Emmanuel Remenyi of Green is in police custody and currently under investigation for allegedly making several explosive devices.
The Akron Beacon Journal reports that Summit County officers were called to an apartment complex on Massillon Road after a woman living there said Remenyi came to her apartment in violation of a protection order.
When police searched the home they didn’t find Remenyi but they did find what appeared to be several homemade pipe bombs and materials to make explosives. The apartment complex was then evacuated while the Summit County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad and the ATF investigated the scene.
In addition to explosive devices police also found weapons and ammunition.
Remenyi, who had already been charged with domestic violence, was taken into police custody and charged with illegal manufacturing or processing explosives, and violation of a protection order. His bond is now set at 1.5 million dollars and the case remains under investigation.
Spring break is coming up and travel plans are being made. President and CEO of the Akron-Canton Airport, Ren Camacho, joined Ray to talk about do's and don'ts, new flights to and from CAK, and more.
February is Black History Month. Monday-Friday, Ray features profiles of those who helped make America great for everyone. Today's profile features John Lewis, American politician and civil rights activist.
February is Black History Month. Monday-Friday, Ray features profiles of those who helped make America great for everyone. Today's profile features Sojourner Truth, an American abolitionist and a women's rights activist.
February is Black History Month. Monday-Friday, Ray features profiles of those who helped make America great for everyone. Today's profile features Dr. Dorothy Height, leader in the Civil Rights movement and president of the National Council of Negro Women.
Akron police arrested a 36 year old man on multiple charges in connection with an armed robbery Saturday afternoon, at the Corner Store at 192 West South Street.
They allege Spencer Hackney stole merchandise at gunpoint, struck an employee in the face, and made threats as he was running away.
He was arrested at a home on Chittenden Street later that day, where police say they found guns and drugs including eight pounds of what they believe to be methamphetamine.
Then, on Sunday, police found two men shot and wounded, one them critically, in a bullet-ridden car in the 500 block of East Tallmadge Avenue, on North Hill.
Police say the driver of the car told them at least two men started shooting at them, when they were at a gas station at the corner of East Glenwood Avenue, and Gorge Boulevard, at around 1:00 PM.
There was another violent incident on Sunday afternoon as well.
A 13 year old boy was walking down Minordy Place in East Akron at about 3:30, when four men jumped out of a car with rifles and guns, and stole his money.
Police are encouraging anyone with information about these incidents to contact the Detective Bureau at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2Tip.
You an also contact them anonymously at The Summit County Crimestoppers, call 330-434-COPS, text TIPSCO at 274637, or submit information through the Akron PD mobile app.
On Sunday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg sent a letter to the CEO of Norfolk Southern warning the company that they need to show unequivocal support for the people of East Palestine.
According to The Columbus Dispatch, Buttigieg said that the East Palestine derailment is currently under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board and that the Federal Railroad Administration is analyzing whether any safety violations occurred, and if there were violations, they will hold Norfolk Southern responsible.
Buttigieg added that this was the right time for Norfolk to become a leader in the rail industry by “supporting, not thwarting efforts to raise the standard of U.S. rail safety regulation.” Noting that Norfolk has shown “vigorous resistance” to increased safety measures, which has included litigation and lobbying Congress.
On Monday, Buttigieg doubled down on his calls for increased safety within the rail industry, calling on Norfolk Southern and all rail companies to take immediate steps to improve accountability and safety. Some of the steps Buttigieg laid out include accelerating the phase-in of safer tanker cars, securing paid sick leave for workers, and calling on Congress to raise the existing caps on fines for violating rail safety regulations.
In a statement Buttigieg said that, "Profit and expediency must never outweigh the safety of the American people," adding that, "We at USDOT are doing everything in our power to improve rail safety, and we insist that the rail industry do the same.”
February is Black History Month. Monday-Friday, Ray features profiles of those who helped make America great for everyone. Today's profile features Gwendolyn Brooks.
Former President Jimmy Carter has opted for home hospice care. Dr. John Green, Professor of Political Science at the University of Akron, joined Ray to talk about the legacy of the former president.
February is Black History Month. Monday-Friday, Ray features profiles of those who helped make America great for everyone. Today's profile features Barack Obama.