Summit man extorted by child porn site turns self inTWINSBURG TOWNSHIP — After signing up for a child porn website and then being extorted for money, a Summit County man chose to turn himself in to police rather than pay $5,000. Julius Mays, 22, told police he visited a website on May 18 that contained child pornography, with the intention of downloading illicit material. He had entered his personal information into the website.
by APRIL HELMS | TWINSBURG BULLETIN REPORTER Published: March 3, 2017 10:48 AM The 2017 Tri-C High School Rock Off champion was crowned Feb. 25.The Waves, a four-member band with members from Akron and Cuyahoga Falls, took first place in the 21st annual competition, which started with semi-final rounds in January with more than 40 bands and solo artists."Our live show is what puts us ahead," said Dominic Merlitti, guitarist.