Tuesday, December 19, 2000
Delhi man charged in acid spraying
DELHI TOWNSHIP A 21-year-old Delhi Township man has been charged with spraying several people with acid during a fight early Sunday.
Police charged Jeremy O. Pelphrey, of the 400 block of Pedretti Road, with five counts of felonious assault in the incident.
According to police, Mr. Pelphrey became involved in a fight with several people and sprayed them with some type of acid from a plastic bottle. The fight took place about 3:05 a.m. in the 400 block of Samoht Ridge Road.
The victims were taken to the hospital for treatment of second- and third-degree burns.
head Rare rhino dies
at Columbus Zoo
COLUMBUS A rare African black rhinoceros died Monday at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
The zoo said Clyde was the oldest rhinoceros on record when he died at the age of 49. No cause of death was listed.
Clyde never reproduced despite being paired with females on several occasions.
House fire causes
MORROW A fire caused about $30,000 damage to a house in the 100 block of Highlawn Avenue in Morrow early Monday.
No one was home at the time and there were no injuries.
Fire crews were called to the house around 3:20 a.m. and found heavy smoke coming from the home. The fire started in the living room area, and it took firefighters about 20 minutes to bring it under control, Morrow Fire Chief Fred LaFollette said.
No cause has been determined, the chief said.
send-off for manager
MIDDLETOWN The public is invited to a farewell gathering for City Manager Ron Olson 4-6 p.m. Friday in the lobby of the Middletown City Building.
City Manager since 1992, Mr. Olson is leaving Dec. 29 to become the business manager for the Lakota Local Schools.
Salvation Army gets $190,000 windfall
Family escapes poison air
Many schools' report cards improve
Tristate lagging in rates for diplomas
White Christmas predicted
City's claims bill: $3.2M over 2 years
Judge warns both Comair and pilots
PULFER: Keep those calls and e-mails coming
Snow plows balance need, demand
Thieves steal gifts from Taylor Mill church
Charter schools draw from 4 areas
Ky. Republicans jubilant after electoral vote
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Hamilton raises utility gas rate
Judge denies slaying suspect access to file
Police say suspect confessed to killing
Smoking ban urged for Butler County prisoners
Airport board seeks more land
Covington limits superintendent hunt
Drug unit piles up pledges
Help for pregnant teens
Initiative seeks funds for schools
Man accused in five purse thefts
Man charged in pit bull attack
Bank robbers sent to prison
Clues sought in Richwood slaying
Mystery persists in 1995 disappearances
Union chief hails new dairies