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City of Defiance, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:13
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:4
Robbery:3
Aggravated Assault:6
Property Crime:689
Burglary:85
Larceny Theft:602
Motor Vehicle Theft:2
Arson:2
City of Defiance, Census Data
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Total population of residents16,494
White resident population recorded14,535
Black or African American resident population recorded590
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded49
Asian resident population recorded62
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded4
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded2,376
Resident population of some other race recorded787
Resident population of two or more races recorded467
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Donations coming in to buy first lady Ida McKinley’s tiara
A Canton museum’s drive to buy a tiara once owned by first lady Ida McKinley is drawing interest — and in some cases, donations — from around the country.The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum recently launched a campaign to raise $43,000 to buy the tiara featured on the History Channel series Pawn Stars. Since the Beacon Journal’s story on the effort was picked up by news outlets around the U.S., donations to the museum have been mounting.The museum has received a little more than $7,000 in donations, plus $5,100 in conditional pledges, Director Joyce Yut said Monday. “And I’m just looking at 10 envelopes with small donations that came in today’s mail,” she said.Yut said donations have come from as far away as Las Vegas.The total doesn’t include at least $1,000 pledged by the Ohio Pawnbrokers Association, which has appealed to its member shops to contribute to a gift from the association to the tiara fund, President Lou Tansky said. One member is even suggesting pawnbrokers send in scrap gold in the hope a refiner will pick up the processing cost and the proceeds can be donated, Tansky said. Bruce Fortier, a pawnbroker from Defiance, said he floated the idea to some of his fellow board members and has pledged $500.“So many times pawnbrokers have a less than stellar reputation,” he said. The donation, he and Tansky said, is a way of supporting an interesting cause in their state and casting a new light on an industry they said is often misunderstood.The McKinley Museum is also planning two fundraising events. One, An Evening of Civil War Music with Steve Ball, will be held at 7 p.m. June 5 at the museum. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. To order, call 330-455-7043.Yut said a $500-per-person Diamond Soiree is also in the works for May.The museum is posting updates on its fundraising efforts on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/tiarafund and is now accepting donations on its website, www.mckinleymuseum.org.The tiara got notice after it appeared in the March 7 episode of Pawn Stars. The series’ star, pawnbroker Rick Harrison, bought the headpiece from its former owners and has offered to resell it to the museum at cost.Mary Beth Breckenridge can be reached at 330-996-3756 or mbrecken@thebeaconjournal.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/mbbreck, follow her on Twitter @MBBreckABJ and read her blog at www.ohio.com/blogs/mary-beth.
Happening April 07 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/donations-coming-in-to-buy-first-lady-ida-mckinley-s-tiara-1.479138?localLinksEnabled=false

3:13-cv-02732-JRK Perez v. Defiance Metal Products Co.
[Consent to Magistrate Judge] (<a href="https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/doc1/14117224286?caseid=206110&de_seq_num=35" >10</a>)
Happening March 10 2014 - Source: https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?206110

Celebrations — Feb. 23
EducationSeven members of the Malone University Symphonic Band and Jazz Band were selected as members of the 2014 Ohio Private College Instrumental Conductors Association Honors Concert and Honors Jazz Ensemble. Three Akron-area residents were among those selected for the Concert Band — Jenna Beacon, senior business administration major from Smithville who plays flute; and Michael Ayers and Erik Barnes, both senior music education majors from Canton who play percussion. Josh Loar, a freshman music education major from Alliance who plays alto sax, was selected for the jazz ensemble. One hundred fifty students at the participating colleges and universities were nominated and 111 selected.The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges’ Ohio Scholars Program awarded 1,003 scholarships statewide to students enrolled in its 34 member colleges for the current academic year. Akron-area students and their colleges or universities are: Amanda White of Spencer, Walsh; Ashley Batesole of Medina, Ohio Northern; Augustine Kazek of Spencer, John Carroll; Breanna Olson of Spencer, Muskingum; Chelsea Black of Spencer, Dayton; Christian Baughman of Wadsworth, Lake Erie; Dylan Cintula of Hinckley, Findlay; Emily Mosher of Spencer, Muskingum; Hannah Speckhart of Spencer, Findlay; Jaclyn Stanziano of Spencer, Heidelberg; Kevin Perciak of Brunswick, Notre Dame; and Lauren Ash of Medina, Heidelberg.Also, Megan Holly of Spencer, Muskingum; Nathaniel Butt of Westfield Center, Ohio Northern; Sarah Novak of Lodi, Baldwin Wallace; Tessa Cross of Spencer, Ohio Northern; Zachary Ford of Wads­worth, Ohio Wesleyan; Alexandria Phillips of Mantua, Oberlin; Allen Au of Aurora, John Carroll; Alyssa Goergen of Aurora, Kenyon; Amanda Levaskevich of Ravenna, Ursuline; Devonique Henderson of Streetsboro, Hiram; Elizabeth Ross of Ravenna, Wooster; Hannah MacIntyre of Hiram, Ursuline College; and Joseph Sicurezza of Reminderville, Dayton.Also, Rickilea Murphy of Mantua, Lake Erie; Stephanie Woodring of Ravenna, Wooster; Alexis Dolin-Stevens of Akron, Ohio Northern; Alison Biro of New Franklin, Ashland; Alison Jakubowski of Macedonia, Denison; Allison Patterson of Akron, Ohio Wesleyan; Allison St. John of Hudson, Baldwin Wallace; Amanda Lipnichan of Hudson, Ohio Northern; Amanda Zamary of Akron, Otterbein; Andrew Harding of Akron, Hiram; Andrew Kefalos of Barberton, Lourdes; Anthony Nolfi of Akron, Defiance; Ashley Holland of Akron, Denison; Austin Vanco of Twinsburg, Denison; Bradley Gugliotta of Twinsburg, Baldwin Wallace; Brandon McKinney of Sagamore Hills, Findlay; and Brandon Simmons of Akron, Malone.Kent State alumna Judith A. Jones is the first honoree of the university’s Spirit of Women in Business Award.Jones, a Canton native who now lives in Florida, was the first woman to receive an MBA from KSU in 1964. She also received a bachelor’s degree from KSU in finance in 1961. In 1999, Jones retired as senior managing director of Society Asset Management, a division of Key Asset Management.MilitaryNavy Seaman Apprentice Vince A. Broska, son of John D. and Anisa M. Broska of Streetsboro, was promoted to his current rank upon graduation from U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. He is a 2011 graduate of Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls.Send news of school, community and military achievements to Carol Biliczky at cbiliczky@thebeaconjournal.com or fax them to 330-996-3033.
Happening February 23 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/celebrations-feb-23-1.468544?localLinksEnabled=false

Post-secondary participants
These are the Ohio private colleges that in 2012 enrolled high school students either on campus or online in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program. Students can earn both high school and college credits. Local school districts are billed for the cost of tuition and books. Tuition for students from a private school is paid out of a state fund.Below are private colleges, their county, and number of PSEO students. In some cases, the Ohio Department of Education did not provide exact numbers.• Tiffin University, Seneca, 235.• Ohio Christian University, Pickaway, 136. • Heidelberg University, Seneca, 82.• Lourdes College, Lucas, 70-79.• Mount Vernon Nazarene College, Knox, 78.• Ashland University, Ashland, 67-76.• Chatfield College, Lake, 63-72.• Lake Erie College, Lake, 63-72.• Walsh University, Stark, 51.• Urbana University, Champaign, 51.• University of Findlay, Hancock, 46. • Notre Dame College, Cuyahoga, 42.• Wittenberg University, Clark, 38-47. • Bluffton University, Allen, 37-46.• Malone University, Stark, 26-35.• University of Dayton, Montgomery, 24-35.• Baldwin Wallace College, Cuyahoga, 21.• Defiance College, Defiance, 21.• Muskingum University, Muskingum, 21.• Xavier University, Hamilton, 18-27.• Marietta College, Washington, 14.• Case Western Reserve University, Cuyahoga, 11-20.Others with fewer than 10 students are:God’s Bible College, Hamilton; Franklin University, Madison; Rosedale Bible College, Madison; Ohio Dominican College, Franklin; Hiram College, Portage; University of Mount Union, Stark; Ohio Northern University, Hardin; Wilmington College, Clinton; Kettering College of Medical Arts, Montgomery; University of Northwestern Ohio, Allen; Cincinnati Christian University, Hamilton; Mercy College of Northwest Ohio, Lucas; Bryant & Stratton College, Cuyahoga.Source: Ohio Department of Education
Happening February 08 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/post-secondary-participants-1.465250?localLinksEnabled=false

3:13-cv-02732-JJH Perez v. Defiance Metal Products Co.
[Complaint] (<a href="https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/doc1/14107102320?caseid=206110&de_seq_num=3" >1</a>)
Happening December 11 2013 - Source: https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?206110

3:13-cv-02732 Perez v. Defiance Metal Products Co.
[Complaint] (<a href="https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/doc1/14107102320?caseid=206110&de_seq_num=3" >1</a>)
Happening December 11 2013 - Source: https://ecf.ohnd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?206110

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Just 29, Ohio native launches charter school in Detroit
Kyle Smitley, a 28-year-old originally from Defiance, Ohio, had a fairly charmed life. She was earning a good in San Francisco. But she knew she could do more. So she relocated to Detroit, opened a school in a crime-ridden, impoverished neighborhood.
February 09 2014 - Source: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140210/SCHOOLS/302100007/-1/rss23

Ohio authorities probe triple murder-suicide
Four relatives were found dead in what is believed to be a triple murder-suicide in northwestern Ohio, authorities said Thursday night. A family member discovered the four -- Robert Garza Sr., his wife, Christine Garza, daughter Zoila Garza and granddaughter Rebecca Garza while checking in on them, the Defiance County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. "We believe that Robert is the ...
February 06 2014 - Source: http://www.ksat.com/news/Ohio-authorities-probe-triple-murder-suicide/-/478452/24342762/-/10s27ocz/-/index.html

Local law enforcement analyze anti-crime initiatives
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine visited law enforcement leaders in Defiance Tuesday to learn what types of crime they see most often and how he can help.
February 04 2014 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24633367/local-law-enforcement-analyze-anti-crime-initiatives

Winter weather lands more cars in repair shops
The winter weather can take a toll on your car. Some auto repair shops say they've seen more customers lately with weather-related troubles.
January 28 2014 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24568658/winter-weather-lands-more-cars-in-repair-shops

Defiance man charged in death of 5-month-old
On Monday, the Defiance Police Department charged James Cooper, 29, of Defiance with murder in the death of an infant.
January 27 2014 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24560067/defiance-man-charged-in-death-of-5-month-old

Woman gets life term
DEFIANCE — Only moments after a Defiance County judge told her she would spend the rest of her life in prison, Judith Hawkey turned to her husband seated in the front row of the courtroom and flashed a cheery smile.
December 19 2013 - Source: http://www.toledoblade.com/Courts/2013/12/20/Woman-gets-life-term-for-husband-s-murder.html

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