Friday, April 27, 2001

Teen fined over fatal car crash

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        LEBANON — A Goshen Township man convicted in a Dec. 27 crash that killed a 2-year-old boy lost his driver's license for three years and was ordered to complete 1,500 hours of community service.

        Clarence Groves III also was ordered on Thursday by a judge in Warren County Court to pay a $250 fine and serve three years of probation.

        Mr. Groves, 18, pleaded no contest earlier this month to a misdemeanor charge of vehicular homicide.

        State troopers said Mr. Groves' Dodge Spirit crossed the center line on Stubbs Mill near Shawhan Road and struck a Toyota Corolla carrying a Clinton County toddler, Dwayne Scareberry.


Reebok pulls car-stunt ad
No more loose lips on stunt, judge orders
Rivals square off over teens' stunt
Riverfront tax figures doubted
Public relations experts say city image is fixable
RADEL: After the riots
Suburban students visit urban world
Family of children hit by beanbags sues city, cops
Remarks on shooting assailed
Taft asks government for discounted riot loans
Tarbell calls for vote to oust city manager
Higher-ed officials battling state cuts
O Rodger, we lift our proud voices to thee
Small wall holds big reminder
Area doctors facing public report card
Ceremony marks the Holocaust
Court: Mining firm lacked grounds for suit
Deters foe finds support here
Fine Arts Fund meets $9.1M goal
Hamilton's Multicultural Celebration gets bigger
Harlan Co. won't agree on displays
Historic town tavern burns
House GOP proposes tax amnesty
Letters deemed no threat
Off-duty police officers report attack by crowd
Official questions park's safety
Pact might end protests over black man's death
Some oppose move by hospital
Taft shifts, backs aid for cancer treatment
- Teen fined over fatal car crash
West Clermont aims to get small
Tristate A.M. Report