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Man sentenced to prison for rape and domestic violence

Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh announced today that Brendan Clark, 37, of Van Evers Road in Tallmadge, pleaded guilty in connection with an attack on a female acquaintance.

Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge Paul Gallagher immediately sentenced Clark to nine years in prison. Gallagher also designated Clark as a Tier III sex offender. When Clark is released from prison, he will have to register with the local sheriff every 90 days for the rest of his life.

Clark pled guilty to rape, a 1st degree felony and domestic violence, a 1st degree misdemeanor.

According to the prosecutor’s office, in July of 2016 Clark entered the victim’s home, threw a chemical in her face, dragged her into a bedroom where he beat her and sexually assaulted her. The victim was able to escape and ran outside where she alerted neighbors. The Tallmadge Police Department conducted the investigation obtaining DNA evidence and an admission from Clark.
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A traffic rollover has been reported on the Kenmore Leg of I76. The ramp is closed to Westbound traffic. Expect delays.
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From the Ohio State Highway Patrol Investigative Unit

An Akron man was convicted in Akron Municipal Court earlier this week of running an illegal alcohol establishment.

Ronald Schuler, 51, was convicted Jan. 11 after entering a guilty plea on three counts of keeper of a place. Schuler oversaw operations at the Blue Note Lounge, LLC, 1474 Copley Road in Akron.

Agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit received a complaint that the premise was operating illegally by selling alcohol without a liquor license. In December agents, assisted by the Akron Police Department, executed a search warrant at the premise and seized 1,264 cans and bottles of beer, 1,129 intact and partial bottles of intoxicating liquor, and more than $700 in cash.

Judge Michael McNulty ordered the forfeiture of all items and money seized during the execution of the search warrant to OIU. As a result, all beer and partial bottles of liquor will be destroyed.

Any intact and untainted bottles of alcohol will be made available to law enforcement academies for standardized field sobriety training. The alcohol is provided at no cost to the training academy.

If you know of a location selling alcohol illegally, contact OIU at #677.
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City workers pay tribute to former Mayor William J. Judge as the funeral procession passes the Municipal Building. Herald Photo by Rich Muller.
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Barberton City Council agenda for Tuesday, Jan. 17.
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City of Barberton Advisory: Trash Service is on a normal schedule this wk. Leaf pick up has resumed with crews working diligently to finish remaining wards.
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Suspect charged with Barberton murder
Barberton Police are investigating the shooting death of a man Sunday morning in the Van Buren Homes. Police were called to 341 Michigan Place at 1:51 a.m. where they found, Justin R. Randle, 27, of Cleveland, lying in the grass with two gunshot wounds to the abdomen. Randle was taken to Akron City hospital where…
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A traffic rollover has been reported on the Kenmore Leg of I76. The ramp is closed to Westbound traffic. Expect delays.
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Joint the South Summit Chamber of Commerce at the Hooley House for aNetworking Happy Hour. The Hooley House is at 145 Montrose West in Copley. The happy hour will be Tuesday, January 24 from 5:30 - 7:30 9.m.
Meet fellow business owners and decision makers. Start off 2017 increasing your circle of partners and connections.
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Barberton City Council agenda for Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017.
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