LANCASTER, OH (WCMH) — A plan to light up a local landmark is getting some backlash. The Lancaster Parks and Recreation Department is considering illuminating Mount Pleasant, a large rock formation at Rising Park near the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. Supporters said it’s a source of pride that should be celebrated, but many at Wednesday night’s parks public hearing want it to stay in the dark. Jennifer Milliser has been climbing Mount Pleasant nearly her entire life.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The mother of Timothy Davis said new video released by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday proves her son was so badly beaten by Columbus Police that he couldn’t even walk. Davis’ case has gained national attention after cell phone video showed him being punched and kicked by officers during an arrest on Sept. 1. The jail video shows Davis being carried into the Franklin County Jail by law-enforcement by his hands and feet.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Newly released video shows Timothy Davis being carried into the Franklin County Jail by corrections officers. Davis’ case has gained national attention after he was seen on cell phone video being punched and kicked by officers in a Columbus market. The booking video shows Davis being carried into the jail, stripped of nearly all his clothes. He no longer has shoes, pants or a shirt on. He’s partially exposed, seen with only his boxers on.
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