WIMA NEWS COPY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14, 2019
>>FBI Arrests Ohio Teen After Social Media Threats
In light of recent mass shootings, authorities are taking threats very seriously. Social media posts from February led to an arrest of 18-year-old Justin Olsen near Youngstown.
The man was arrested last Wednesday and charged for making online threats against federal agents. He was arrested at his father's home, which was filled with guns and a huge stockpile of ammunition.
Agents seized 15 rifles, 10 semi-automatic pistols and roughly 10,000 rounds of ammunition from the home where Olsen lives with his father during the arrest.
>>Dayton Shooter’s Intent Still Unknown
During a press conference yesterday Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl provided a detailed report on what the shooter did the night of the shooting.
He said the shooter was very familiar with the area and appeared to have planned the shooting ahead of time.
Biehl said there was a “strong possibility” that Betts first went into Ned Peppers to “case” the area before his attack.
He added that investigators have “radically different views” on whether Betts intentionally shot his sister.
A WOMAN WHO MADE IT HER MISSION TO PROTECT THE DAYTON MEMORIAL WAS ARRESTED MONDAY NIGHT.
DAYTON POLICE SAY ANNETTE GIBSON-STRONG WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT. AFTER SHE WAS ASKED TO LEAVE, SHE WENT INTO THE MEMORIAL AND THREW A CHAIR.
SOME OF THE TRIBUTES HAVE BEEN RELOCATED AND A MEMORIAL OUTSIDE NED PEPPERS BAR IS SMALLER.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NUMBERS SHOW OHIO FARMERS HAVE BEEN HIT WITH THE STATE'S WORST WEATHER-PREVENTED PLANTING SEASON ON RECORD.
THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH REPORTS OHIO HAD THE HIGHEST RATE NATIONALLY OF ACREAGE ON WHICH INSURED FARMERS WERE PREVENTED FROM PLANTING BECAUSE OF WEATHER. THE DATA SHOWED OHIO'S RATE AT 151%.
MORE OHIO FARMERS WERE UNABLE TO PLANT THIS YEAR AND FORCED TO COLLECT ON INSURANCE THAN IN ANY OTHER YEAR SINCE 2007. MORE THAN 1.5 MILLION ACRES IN OHIO THAT NORMALLY WOULD BE PLANTED WITH CROPS ARE LAYING FALLOW.
WIMA SPORTS COPY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14, 2019
>>Reds Out Hit Nationals But Fall Again In Close Contest
(Washington, D.C.) -- The Cincinnati Reds had nine team hits but couldn't score enough against the Nationals in a 3-1 loss. Reds starter Alex Wood went five innings with four strikeouts but was tagged for two home runs in the fourth inning. Joey Votto and Jesse Winker had two hits each for Cincinnati who got their only run in seventh on an RBI single by Jose Iglesias. The Reds will look to avoid being swept when they play the Nationals again this afternoon with first pitch at 4:05 p.m.
>>Indians Fall In Extra Innings As Red Sox Pitcher Sets MLB Record
(Cleveland, OH) -- The Cleveland Indians rallied to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth before falling to the Boston Red Sox 7-6 in extra innings. Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale set a Major League record during the game by becoming the fastest pitcher to reach two-thousand career strikeouts when he fanned Oscar Mercado in the third. Cleveland tied the game in the ninth on a run-scoring double by Francisco Lindor but then gave up a homer in the tenth to Jackie Bradley Junior for the Boston win. The Tribe will next host the Sox for a matinee rubber game today with first pitch set for 1:10 p.m.
>>Parkway Softball Coach Resigns
Hometown Stations reports that Mark Esselstein, the only softball coach Parkway High School has ever had, has resigned.
His record over 33 years is 551-172. His teams won 13 MAC titles and went the three state tournaments.