Jim Woods The Columbus Dispatch @Woodsnight A Far North Side man who performed as a magician at children's parties now stands accused of possessing child pornography.Jeffrey Leonard, 56, has been charged with one count of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor, a second-degree felony.The charge, filed last week, accuses Leonard of uploading to his computer a video depicting sex acts involving a prepubescent girl, Franklin County Municipal Court records show.The National...
Jim Woods The Columbus Dispatch @Woodsnight
The vacant house in North Linden was a known haven for fugitive felons, rampant drug abuse, prostitution and unsanitary living conditions, Columbus officials said. The Franklin County Environmental Court agreed with the evidence put forward by the Columbus City Attorney's office and issued a preliminary injunction order Monday, boarding up the house at 2873 Norwood Street.
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One person is in critical condition after a shooting in west Columbus Sunday morning.Columbus Police responded to a call just before noon of a shooting near the intersection of North Princeton Avenue and West Broad Street.The victim was taken to Mount Carmel West, according to police.Officers are investigating the incident. There is no suspect at this firstname.lastname@example.org@sheridan120
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