Archives for June 2019

Motorcycle V Car In Bryan

Minor injuries reported after a crash between a motorcycle and a car at the intersection of West High Street and Avenue A in Bryan. A man was treated at the scene and taken to Community Hospital. An investigation into the crash is underway at this hour. No word on any citations.

Light Injuries In 127 Crash

One person was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries after an accident between two SUV’s in Bryan on US 127. Officials tell reporters one driver was stopped on the roadway after discovering a side road was closed. Then the crash. The roadway was closed for a time as crews cleared the crash scene. Investigators are on the case.

Collapse Hurts A Worker

A man gets hurt in a fall when scaffolding collapses in Bryan. All this happened while working on the exterior of a building on South Main Street. They say one tire supporting the scaffolding slipped off a curb, causing the scissor lift to fall over. Officials say the man was conscious at the scene.

Lloyd Case Update

An Archbold woman is sentenced for theft in a Fulton County courtroom. Heather Lloyd previously pled guilty to two counts. Prosecutors say between January of 2015 and January of 2018, she embezzled funds, being $7,500 or more, but less than $150,000. The judge sentenced Lloyd to two years of community control, serve 60 days in CCNO and more.

RFK Jr. In Columbus

Attorney, Robert Kennedy Jr. is supporting an Ohio House bill that would prohibit employers from mandating that their employees get vaccines. The son of former U.S. Attorney General Bobby Kennedy and nephew of former President John F. Kennedy spoke at the Ohio Statehouse in favor of the legislation. Kennedy says mild childhood infectious diseases with low mortalities in America have been traded for a large number of vaccine-induced chronic diseases.

Dangerfield In Court

Ryan Dangerfield, suspected of killing a Bryan man at an area motel, waives his right to an extradition hearing, during his arraignment in Hillsdale County. Dangerfield faces voluntary manslaughter and fugitive from justice charges. He was arrested in Michigan, when authorities were pursuing him on a warrant out of Bryan Municipal Court in the stabbing death of Bryan resident Dylan Bible at Colonial Manor Motel, last week.

Irelan Case Update

Alonzo Irelan, the Swanton man accused of attempted murder, entered an Alford plea to two counts in a Lucas County courtroom. In an Alford plea the defendant does not admit guilt but admits the evidence presented would likely lead a jury or judge to find them guilty. It was alleged he tampered with his then wife’s vehicle and later tried to set her on fire last year. Irelan will return to court on July 10 for sentencing.

Crash In Bryan

A city vehicle gets involved in a crash on Wilson Street in Bryan. A car with several people in it, hit a City of Bryan front-end loader. Witnesses told officers the loader was backing into the roadway when the accident happened. Two people in the car were taken to Community Hospitals in Bryan for minor injuries. The driver of the front-end loader was cited.

Fire Destroys Harlan Barn

Flames and billowing black smoke could be seen from a barn fire in Harlan on S.R. 37. When fire crews arrived, it was completely engulfed in flames. Officials say exhaust from farm equipment caught old hay inside the barn on fire. Several horses were evacuated. There were no reports of injuries. Firefighters controlled the blaze and let it slowly burn out. The barn eventually collapsed and is a total loss. 37 was closed at Cuba Road for about an hour.

Solar Field Opening Now Official

Dignitaries cut the ribbon on the LaOtto Solar Generating Station on S. R. 3 in DeKalb County. Construction began last December. The new facility started making electricity in April. Officials say the field can generate enough energy to power about 125 homes.