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PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:13 am    Post subject: OHIO news (John Kasich, gov)  Reply with quote




Standoff in Franklinton shuts down area for 3 hours
March 29, 2010   Columbus OHIO

Man in police custody, Shots randomly fired
Billy Joe Damron Jr. brought his Franklinton neighborhood to a standstill for about 3-1/2 hours today.
For part of that time, Columbus police say, he randomly fired guns through windows and walls. Police say he had an SKS rifle, two handguns and a shotgun.
Remarkably, no one was injured.

Damron's grandparents, mother and sister were inside the house they share with Damron at 1006 Campbell Ave. when the shooting began and escaped unharmed.
They had called 911 at 4:20 p.m. to say that Damron, 21, was "off his medication" and had started shooting through the window, said Sgt. Rich Weiner, spokesman for the Police Division.

The streets surrounding the home, between Hawkes and Dakota avenues and also between I-70 and Sullivant Avenue, were cordoned off. Scores of people on the surrounding streets were evacuated or instructed to stay in their basements. And a "no-fly" zone for 4,000 feet above a 4-mile radius around the Franklinton neighborhood was declared.

WHY TASER??
When Damron agreed to give himself up shortly before 8 p.m., he walked out the front door without weapons.
SWAT officers used a Taser on him because "he was not following commands," Weiner said.

Late tonight, Damron was still being questioned by Columbus police. He hadn't yet been charged with anything, but Weiner said he faces multiple felony charges.
Weiner did not have details of Damron's medical background.

Police called the SKS rifle that Damron had a high-powered weapon. Columbus Police Sgt. Rich Brooks said bullets from that type of gun can go up to 600 yards or more.
Neighbor Gilbert Rothgeb said he knows that Billy Damron purchased a gun this past weekend.

At least 36 shots were fired, probably more, Weiner said. Parts of the first floor of the Campbell Street home were covered with spent shell casings.
Neighbor Brian Crabtree said he heard at least 30 to 40 shots fired as he walked home from the corner store.

"It sounded like a war zone over there, he said. "This guy was just freaking out." Crabtree said he witnessed bullets coming out of the siding of the house.
Rothgeb, who lives across the street, said that Damron's grandmother, mother and sister ran out the front door when the shooting began, but that Harry Damron stayed in the house and tried to persuade his grandson to quit shooting.

Harry Damron said his grandson told him he would "see him in heaven," according to Rothgeb, who was talking to Harry Damron by cell phone.
Damron's last shots were fired at 5 p.m., then police negotiated with him for several hours by phone.
http://www.dispatch.com/live/cont...10/03/29/franklinton-shooter.html

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OHIO High School Shooting kills 3
February  27, 2012  
He is a juvenile so may get very little punishment, but deserves the death penalty. [/i]
Chardon High School in Ohio is on lockdown after 5 students were shot around 7:30 a.m. Monday.
The shooting happened while students were eating breakfast in the cafeteria.
Suspect in custody. One died and  3 in critical condition.
Gunman had specific targets in mind and was not shooting randomly.
Daniel Parmentor, 16,  is the student killed in the shooting.
A student identified the shooter as T. J. Lane.

http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2..._least_4_students_hurt_in_sh.html
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/eyewitness/120227_8485.shtml
http://www.daytondailynews.com/ne...ter-targeted-victims-1334929.html
http://wwwwakeupamericans-spree.b...tudents-wounded-in-ohio-high.html
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02...ed-at-ohio-high-school/?hpt=hp_t1
http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2..._least_4_students_hurt_in_sh.html
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/02...n-lockdown-after-reports-shooting
http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news...hurt-in-ohio-high-school-shooting
http://www.q13fox.com/news/kcpq-o...shooting-20120227,0,4794580.story

3 KILLED, 5 INJURED IN SHOOTING AT HIGH SCHOOL
Gunman in custody after being pushed out of building by teacher
victims were found in three different places inside the school.
T.J. Lane the gunman had entered a gothic phase.
http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/5-injured-in-shooting-at-ohio-high-school/
http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news...ad-4-hurt-in-ohio-school-shooting

THIRD classmate dies of wounds
Ohio school KILLER in first court appearance Dressed in a bulletproof vest.

TJ Lane in Ohio court hearing which is told he chose victims randomly
Third dead victim was revealed on Tuesday morning as Demetrius Hewlin
First victim in Monday's shooting in Cleveland was Daniel Parmertor, 16
Another shot, Russell King Jr, had started dating shooter's ex-girlfriend
Suspect 'posted threatening letter on Facebook two months before'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...nes-online-rantings-revealed.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-17198630


Ohio school killer charged
March  1,  2012
Authorities file charges against T.J. Lane, the teen accused of killing three students and wounding two others in a shooting at an Ohio high school.
A judge ordered prosecutors to file charges by Thursday. Geauga County Prosecutor David Joyce has said Lane will face three counts of aggravated murder, along with other charges related to the Monday morning shooting at Chardon High School.

Joyce has also said that Lane would most likely be tried as an adult.
Lane, a 17-year-old sophomore, has confessed to taking a .22-caliber gun and a knife to the school and firing 10 rounds as scared students and teachers ran for cover, according to Joyce.
By the time the carnage ended, the gunman had shot five people, three of them fatally: Daniel Parmertor, 16, who died Monday; Demetrius Hewlin, 16, who died Tuesday morning; and Russell King Jr., 17, who was declared brain dead on Tuesday.

This is not Lane's first brush with the law, according to juvenile records released by authorities this week.
When he was age 15, Lane was charged with juvenile assault for putting another boy in a choke hold and punching him in the face, according to the complaint.
He plead "true,' the equivalent of guilty, to lesser charges of disorderly conduct. Lane was sentenced to up to 30 days in a detention center, fined, and ordered to complete 24 hours of community service, according to court documents.
At the time, Lane was in his grandparents' custody, according to the complaint.
http://www.cnn.com/2012/03/01/jus...ool-shooting/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/02...scene-deadly-ohio-school-shooting
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WA Lock remains closed
October, 2009
 Lock at the The Dalles dam to remain closed.  The Dalles navigation lock on the Columbia River will remain closed while engineers repair its downstream gates.  Engineers found extensive cracking on both sides of the downstream gate.  The navigation lock is to the shippers who transport their goods and commodities on the Columbia River.

Sep 26 a 'catastrophic' lock break occurred on the Ohio River, reported in Sept 30 ZionsCRY.
If you want to screw up the country, blow up about 7 to 10 major locks and you would stop all barge traffic.
Almost all the coal for midwest power plants is supplied by barge and would put a big time hurt on our power grid.
http://www.tri-cityherald.com/yahoonews/story/740100.html

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http://news.yahoo.com/toledo-mayo...advisory-place-now-114830100.html
8/4/14
Toledo mayor keeps water advisory in place for now

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A water ban entered its third day in northwest Ohio on Monday as Toledo's mayor extended the advisory, even as the latest tests suggested the city's tap water was probably safe.

Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins said early Monday he's keeping in place an advisory against drinking or using the water pending additional tests. The ban has left hundreds of thousands of residents scrambling for water for drinking, cooking and bathing.

Collins said at a 3 a.m. news conference Monday that it was his decision to keep the advisory in place at least into the morning hours, even though latest test results suggest the algae-induced toxin contaminating Lake Erie has probably dissipated to safe levels.

Collins said two tests have come back "too close for comfort." He plans another update Monday morning.

Ohio's fourth-largest city warned residents not to use city water early Saturday after tests at one treatment plant showed readings for microcystin above the standard for consumption, most likely from algae on the lake. The advisory affected more than 400,000 residents in northwestern Ohio and southwestern Michigan. Ohio Gov. John Kasich declared a state of emergency.

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http://news.msn.com/us/lake-eries...-woes-began-building-a-decade-ago
Lake Erie's algae woes began building a decade ago
8/4/14

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The toxins that contaminated the drinking water supply of 400,000 people in northwest Ohio didn't just suddenly appear.

Water plant operators along western Lake Erie have long been worried about this very scenario as a growing number of algae blooms have turned the water into a pea soup color in recent summers, leaving behind toxins that can sicken people and kill pets.

In fact, the problems on the shallowest of the five Great Lakes brought on by farm runoff and sludge from sewage treatment plants have been building for more than a decade.

While residents around Ohio's fourth-largest city were being told to avoid drinking tap water for a second day, discussion began to center around how to stop the pollutants fouling the lake that supplies drinking water for 11 million people.

"People are finally waking up to the fact that this is not acceptable," Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins said.

City and state officials monitoring the water were waiting for a new set of samples to be analyzed Sunday before determining whether the water was safe.

"This is not over yet," said Collins, who said some samples have showed decreased levels of toxins in the water.

Toledo officials warned residents not to use city water early Saturday after tests at one treatment plant showed readings for microcystin above the standard for consumption, most likely because of the algae.

Drinking the water could cause vomiting, cramps and rashes. Health officials advised children and those with weak immune systems to avoid showering or bathing in the water.

Worried residents told not to drink, brush their teeth or wash dishes with the water descended on truckloads of bottled water delivered from across the state as the governor declared a state of emergency. The Ohio National Guard was using water purification systems to produce drinkable water.

Oliver Arnold, of Toledo, loaded up on bottled water Sunday so that he could give baths to his six children, including 4-month-old twins. "We're going through a lot. I know by tomorrow, we're going to be looking for water again," he said.

Some hospitals canceled elective surgeries and were sending surgical equipment that needed sterilized to facilities outside the water emergency, said Bryan Biggie, disaster coordinator for ProMedica hospitals in Toledo.

In southeastern Michigan, authorities were operating water stations Sunday for the 30,000 customers affected by the toxic contamination.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a satellite image showing a small but concentrated algae bloom centered right where Toledo draws its water supply, said Jeff Reutter, head of the Ohio Sea Grant research lab.

The bloom was much smaller than in past years and isn't expected to peak until early September. But instead of being pushed out to the middle of the lake, winds and waves drove the algae toward the shore, he said.

"Weather conditions made it such that bloom was going right into the water intakes," said Reutter, who has been studying the lake since the 1970s, when it was severely polluted.

The amount of phosphorus going into the lake has risen every year since the mid-1990s. "We're right back to where we were in the '70s," Reutter said.


Algae is seen near the City of Toledo water intake crib on Aug. 3, 2014, in Lake Erie, about 2.5 miles off the shore of Curtice, Ohio.

Almost a year ago, one township just east of Toledo told its 2,000 residents not to drink or use the water coming from their taps. That was believed to be the first time a city has banned residents from using the water because of toxins from algae in the lake.

Researchers largely blame the algae's resurgence on manure and chemical fertilizer from farms that wash into the lake along with sewage treatment plants. Leaky septic tanks and stormwater drains have contributed, too. Combined, they flush huge amounts of phosphorus into the lake.

Environmental groups and water researchers have been calling on Ohio and other states in the Great Lakes region to drastically reduce the amount of phosphorus flowing into the lake. Ohio lawmakers this past spring took a step toward tackling the algae problem when they enacted a law requiring most farmers to undergo training before they use commercial fertilizers on their fields.But they have stopped short of mandating restrictions on farmers.

The International Joint Commission, an advisory agency made up of Canadian and U.S. officials, said last year urgent steps are needed to reduce phosphorus applied to fields, suggesting among other things that states ban the spread of manure on frozen or snow-covered ground.

That report came after a state task force in Ohio called for a 40 percent reduction in all forms of phosphorus going into the lake.

Agriculture industry groups have been asking farmers for more than a year to reduce phosphorus runoff before government regulators step in and impose their own restrictions. They're also putting $1 million toward research to determine how to keep phosphorus on the fields and working with conservation groups on the issue, Joe Cornely, a spokesman for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, said Sunday. Farmers know they must be a part of the solution, he said.

"We're clearly showing progress," Reutter said. "You have to decide for yourself whether you think it's fast enough."

In Michigan, Detroit's 4 million-user water system gets its water from Lake Huron and the Detroit River. In the face of the Toledo water crisis, Detroit officials plan to review their contamination procedures Monday, water department Deputy Director Darryl Latimer told The Detroit News. He said it was unlikely Detroit would face a problem like Toledo's.

"The system is tested every two weeks for blue-green algae," Latimer said. "We haven't seen the precursors for this type of toxin."
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DONT DRINK TAPWATER
August 3, 2014  
The number of cities warning not to drink tapwater continues to grow.
Toledo, Ohio, Monroe, Michigan.  Wal-Mart, Sams and Costco are limiting sales and nearly out.
Residents of a large swath of northwestern Ohio are still without drinkable water after a dangerous toxin was discovered late Friday in an area water treatment plant.
Gov. John Kasich declared a state of emergency for some counties and deployed the National Guard to get water to the area.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/new.../08/02/toledo-ohio-water/13505697


Massive Green Algae Outbreak a Threat on Lake Erie as Waters Warm
Toledo, Ohio, water users were told Saturday to not use the city water supply after tests revealed the presence of a toxin possibly from algae on Lake Erie.
Water wasnt even to be boiled because it would increase the concentration of toxins in the water.
http://www.accuweather.com/en/wea...rie-suffering-from-harmf/31210317


Chemical agriculture poisoned the Ohio water
August 04, 2014
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
500,000 people have been left without drinking water in the city of Toledo, Ohio, and store shelves there have been stripped bare of water.
"Residents of Toledo, its suburbs and small areas of southeastern Michigan began lining up for water Saturday after news of the contamination surfaced," reports USA Today. (1) "Ohio Gov. John Kasich declared a state of emergency for Lucas, Wood and Fulton counties and deployed the National Guard to get water and meals ready to eat, or MREs, to the area."

The water in Toledo has been contaminated by a toxic poison produced by "algal blooms" in Lake Erie. But here's what no one in the mainstream media is telling you: What causes algal blooms in Lake Erie?

Agricultural pollution
Algal blooms are a sign of a wildly imbalanced ecosystem. Before modern industrial agriculture came along and started polluting the lake, algae were kept in balance and didn't mass-produce the poisons that now contaminate the Toledo water supply.

As the Lake Erie Ecosystem Priority (LEEP) group explains: (2)
"...Research has confirmed that Lake Erie is impaired by an excess of nutrients that feed harmful [organisms]." ...The major phosphorus loadings to Lake Erie are from non-point sources, especially agricultural operations.

What's happening is that all the fertilizer being dumped on nearby farm fields causes phosphorus runoff. This phosphorus runoff winds up in Lake Erie where it feeds the algae, resulting in algal blooms that produce the toxins. These toxins contaminate the drinking water supply and have led directly to the current water crisis.

Not a single mainstream media source reports the truth
I find it absolutely astonishing that I was unable to locate a single news story in the mainstream media which made this connection between agricultural runoff and the Toledo water crisis. Every single MSM story I found simply blamed the algae, as if Mother Nature has gone bad and is trying to kill everyone. In reality, it's mankind that's gone bad and is poisoning the planet. Algal blooms are just the symptoms of an ecological imbalance.
http://www.naturalnews.com/046314_Toledo_water_crisis_algal_bloom.html

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http://news.yahoo.com/toledo-mayo...ban-northwest-ohio-133752728.html
Toledo mayor lifts water ban in northwest Ohio
8/4/14

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A water ban that had hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio and Michigan scrambling for drinking water was lifted Monday, yet some residents still weren't ready to take a sip.

Mayor D. Michael Collins called the drinking water safe and lifted the ban at a Monday morning news conference.

"Our water is safe," Collins said, taking a drink of tap water from a glass. "Families can return to normal life."

Ohio's fourth-largest city warned residents not to use city water early Saturday after tests at one treatment plant showed readings for microcystin above the standard for consumption, most likely from algae on Lake Erie. Ohio Gov. John Kasich declared a state of emergency.

Test results on Sunday started to suggest the algae-induced toxin contaminating the lake had probably dissipated to safe levels, but the mayor said two tests had come back "too close for comfort." It wasn't until the water warning entered its third day that Collins said six new samples came back without traces of the toxin.

Carbon was added to the water at the point of intake and that chlorine was also added into the system to help clean the water, the mayor said.

"This isn't an exact science," he said.

City officials recommended that residents who had not used their water since the ban started flush out their systems by running water. They also cautioned everyone not to all do it at once, and told people not to water lawns or wash cars at the risk of overwhelming the system.


Kasich said the state would be conducting a full review of what happened, including taking a look into Toledo's water intake system. He said it's still not clear whether the algae bloom that was centered where Toledo draws water in the lake was entirely to blame.

"We just don't know," Kasich said.


The governor said the most important thing now is to focus on the operating side. He said the state would continue to determine how to reduce the algae problem.

"We were able to get through this; I know it was difficult," said Kasich, who pointed out that state, local and federal agencies worked throughout the weekend together to solve the problem.

Some residents who were told not to drink, brush their teeth or cook with the water were relieved the advisory had been lifted but still weren't convinced it was safe just yet.

"I'm waiting for two or three days," said Aretha Howard, who helped hand out bottled water out at a high school. "I have a pregnant daughter at home. She can't drink this water."


Worried residents had descended on truckloads of bottled water delivered from across the state. The Ohio National Guard was using water purification systems to produce drinkable water.

In southeastern Michigan, authorities were operating water stations Sunday for the 30,000 customers affected by the toxic contamination.

Drinking the water could cause vomiting, cramps and rashes. But no serious illnesses had been reported by Monday morning. Health officials advised children and those with weak immune systems to avoid showering or bathing in the water.

Tap water accounts for two-thirds of the drinking water consumed in homes across the U.S., according to a study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture three years ago, while research from the Beverage Marketing Corporation shows that bottled water makes up half of all water consumed nationwide.

Amid the emergency, discussion began to center around how to stop the pollutants fouling the lake that supplies drinking water for 11 million people. The toxins that contaminated the region's drinking water supply didn't just suddenly appear.

Collins said that, going forward, scientists and political leaders need to come together and figure out how to address the algae problem in Lake Erie.

"It didn't get here overnight, and we're not getting out of this overnight," Collins said.


Water plant operators along western Lake Erie have long been worried about this very scenario as a growing number of algae blooms have turned the water into a pea soup color in recent summers, leaving behind toxins that can sicken people and kill pets.

In fact, the problems on the shallowest of the five Great Lakes brought on by farm runoff and sludge from sewage treatment plants have been building for more than a decade.
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http://www.webpronews.com/ebola-i...unds-to-fight-the-disease-2014-10
Ebola in Ohio: State Earmarks $800,000 in Emergency Funds to Fight the Disease
10/20/14

The state of Ohio has earmarked $800,000 in federal and state funds to fight a possible outbreak of Ebola in the state.

The Ohio Controlling Board allocated $300,000 to the Department of Health to stock up on protective equipment for hospitals, first-responders, and health-care workers, and another $300,000 to contract a Cincinnati, Ohio company to handle the cleanup of contaminated sites in the event a case of Ebola is confirmed.

There are currently no confirmed cases in Ohio.

According to officials, the state currently has enough protective gear for 16 “patient days,” which accounts for 240 suits. However, officials say health care workers would need to change their protective garments several times a day in caring for a single patient. The new purchase would bring the state up to 96 patient days.

“If a local hospital has difficulty receiving their supplies of (personal protective gear) in a timely fashion, we are able to come in and supply things until the supply chain opens back up,” Lynne Bratka, interim chief of the department’s Bureau of Health Preparedness, told The Columbus Dispatch.


Gene Phillips, chief of the Bureau of Environmental Health at the Health Department, said the disease is not transmitted through the air.

“There is some research to suggest that Ebola does not exist for a long period of time on surfaces,” Phillips said. “Once it dries out, the virus is relatively inactive and there are other disinfectants that can be used to clean those areas.”

However, bodily fluids of an Ebola patient, including waste from vomiting and diarrhea, “have to be treated with the most utmost care,” he said.

“In an abundance of caution we are making sure we are ready and available for the worst-case scenario,” Phillips said.


Ohio reduced the number of people being monitored from 153 to 142 on Monday. Those being monitored may have made contact with 29-year-old Amber Vinson, the second Dallas nurse to have contracted Ebola, who flew to and from Cleveland between Oct. 10 and 13 to plan her wedding.
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Ebola Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio
Oct 28, 2014
Man quit who had worked for Club Chef  http://www.clubchef.com in the Ft. Wright/Covington, Kentucky area.  Because of a co-worker from Africa with ebola symptoms, he expects an outbreak in the Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio tri-state area.
Club Chef produce is shipped throughout the Mid-West and the entire Eastern Seaboard - Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania, W. Virginia, New Jersey, N Carolina, S. Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, some goes to the military.
http://www.thetreeofliberty.com/vb/showthread.php?206292

Club Chef lost 20 trucks of produce a few weeks ago because two Africans had washed their face & hands in toilet bowls and test samples revealed bacteria in the produce a day later. No body on the outside heard a word about it.
http://www.thetreeofliberty.com/v...92-Before-it-makes-the-news/page5

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