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DeWine: Children’s charity accused of bilking $4.2 million from Ohio donors across all counties

The Attorney General’s lawsuit accuses Cops for Kids, its organizers — Thomas Duffy and Charles Hitzel (both of Ashtabula) — and Telcom Enterprises of defrauding Ohio donors and misleading them into thinking their contributions would be going to a legitimate charity and used primarily for charitable purposes. Police received

MSP trooper who caused, covered-up accident suspended 15 days

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[11/29/17] Girlfriend agrees to $800,000 settlement stemming from Philando Castile’s shooting death by police

Diamond Reynolds, who broadcast to the world what happened after a Minnesota police officer fatally shot her boyfriend, Philando Castile, has agreed to a settlement worth $800,000, authorities announced this week. Castile was one of at least 963 people fatally shot by police officers last year, and his death

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