Dublin Crime

Dublin Crime

Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Dublin, OH or anywhere in the US.

Recent Crime News

  • Sleepless nights for Woods over Vonn split, father's...

    Tuesday May 5 | via NewsOn6 Tulsa 

    Vonn announced on Sunday, May 3, 201... In 2010, authorities arrested Elton Simpson, one of the two suspected gunmen in a weekend shooting outside a contest in Texas featuring cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Tuesday for the assault on a Texas cartoon contest that featured images of the Prophet Muhammad, but counterterrorism experts said IS has a history of asserting involvement in... PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.


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  • Dublin: Suspect in hotel shooting arrested

    Tuesday May 5 | via This Week Community News 

    A woman was shot at the Extended Stay America, 5530 Tuttle Crossing Boulevard, on April 8 and police identified Marquan Lorzeno Marshall as the suspect and issued a warrant for his arrest April 22. Marshall has been charged with felonious assault and is the Franklin County Jail being held on a $350,000 cash bond. A prescription drug was stolen from a residence in the 7600 block of Worsley Place between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. April 25. The victim suspects a relative took the drugs.


    Related Topix: Dublin, OH

  • 10 Things to Know for Monday

    Sunday May 3 | via SFGate 

    James Carter calls out to a friend crossing the street as he stands in front of the remains of a senior center that burned during the riots following Freddie Gray's funeral Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan has called for a statewide "Day Of Prayer And Peace" on Sunday after civil unrest rocked Baltimore.


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  • 'Buckeye Bandit' Strikes Again; Reward Upped To $10K

    Tuesday Apr 28 | via WBNS 

    Central Ohio Crime Stoppers and the FBI have upped the reward for information leading to the arrest of the so-called "Buckeye Bandit" to $10,000. This comes after the "Bandit" struck again on Monday at the Cooper State Bank on Sawmill Road in Dublin.


    Related Topix: Ohio, Dublin, OH, Worthington, OH

Dublin Law

Can I have a lawyer from ohio request extention of community service to an California court
lived in CA received dui moved to Ohio within three weeks (was already in works) had CA lawyer, finally found possible community service but may need extension ,do not want to use CA lawyer(issues)
Only if you find an attorney who is licensed in California working in Ohio. There probably aren't many. I suggest you...
Is it posssible to avoid jail time from a first degree misdemeanor?
I am being charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor and letting the minor drink alcohol. She snook out of her house past curfew without her parents consent and I am 19 year old student. This is my very first offense ever, I am a college student, and have a clean record. Is it possible to get into the diversion program with the help of a lawyer? Thank you very much!
What programs are available to you would depend heavily on circumstances and specifics, but the diversion program is a...
Our of State OVI
Was charged with first conviction OVI (refusal) in Ohio and am from a different state. Lawyer had charges reduced to Reckless Operation and successfully appealed ALS Disposition. Now guilty Reckless Operation and guilty Implied Consent are showing on home state MVR. How do I remove guilty Implied Consent from home state MVR?
If you lost your right to drive in OH for refusing, then what may be showing up on your MVR is the refusal to take a...
Is it possible to get driving privileges (for work, school) in Tennessee?
I had my license suspended in the state of Ohio for a dui conviction. My license is suspended/restricted privileges until the middle of September. I currently am allowed to drive to work and school however due to priviledges. I accepted a job offer in Tennessee and am moving there next week. Is it possible for me to have the same driving privileges (work) there as I do in Ohio? I know that I will not be able to get my license, but I would like to have the mentioned priviledges so I would be able to go to work. Thank you for any answers.
I find that most Courts in Ohio list the place and hours of employment on the order permitting driving privileges. If...
Cop pulled us over and lied about reason. Said headlight was out. It wasn't. And cop let me go took my brother for dui and
Wouldn't let my licensed girlfriend take the car. It has both headlights but they said no.. because they want to impound car n take my money. I should be aloud to take my car.
As you describe it, this was a really terrible & unjust situation. But since you're having a difficultly actually...
While being completely drunk and getting molested, could I press some type of charges?
I was blacked out drunk and went to my fiancé's friend's house with my fiancé and I exposed myself to his friend and was wanting him and his friend was putting his hands all over me. I have never been that drunk. I would never throw myself a guy like that and I'm self conscious of my body and don't like people seeing it or touching it. I had no idea what I was doing. Could the guy be accountable for "molesting" me or something. I may have said I wanted it or seemed like I liked it (I don't remember) but if I was in my right state of mind I would of not wanted it.
Speak to the police immediately. You do not have the ability to press charges, but they do.
What happens in court for possession of alcohol under 21?
I was in my car in a parking lot and a beer had exploded in my car earlier that night and I had 5 beers in my back seat. A police officer smelled the beer and asked the 17 year old in my car to get out, then he saw the cans. I was taken to the station and kept there for a few hours. The police officer said that the court often sees 18-20 year olds coming in for this charge and they normally let them go the first time, but I'm unsure if calling my lawyer is necessary. I don't want this on my record.
You should call a lawyer. The police often provide inaccurate information that makes things sound less serious than...