7/28/16 – 5:29 A.M.
The death of a Fulton County woman has prompted the push for a violent offender registry system in Ohio. State Senators Cliff Hite of Findlay and Randy Gardner of Bowling Green want to launch a system that would work like the state’s sex offender registry. Hite and Gardner say a violent offender registry would help better inform and warn the public of potential dangers.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has been contacted for more information about creating the program.
The man accused of killing 20-year-old Sierah Joughin had served time in prison following a 1990 abduction conviction.Read More →