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Ohio Attorney General’s Drug Dropoff Day Safely Disposes of 262 Pounds of Unused Medications

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Drug Dropoff Day, held this past Saturday at two sites in Ross County, was a resounding success, resulting in the collection and proper disposal of 262 pounds of unused or expired prescription medications.


AG Yost Sues Woodworking Company for Leaving Customers in the Dust

Attorney General Dave Yost is suing a Dayton man and his custom woodworking company that are accused of taking more than $33,000 from consumers without delivering the products they ordered.


Application Deadline Extended for AG Yost’s Teen Ambassador Board

The deadline to apply for Attorney General Dave Yost’s Teen Ambassador Board has been extended one week, to July 28, 2023.


Task Forces Making Strides This Summer in Fight Against Human Trafficking

Law enforcement task forces formed under the Ohio Attorney General’s Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission continue to advance the state’s fight against human traffickers and sexual predators, with three of these units reporting recent successes.


AG Yost Recognizes Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy with STAR Designation

The Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy today became the 19th law enforcement training organization in the state recognized as a STAR Academy by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost.


AG Yost Joins FTC, Other States in Announcing Enforcement Sweep to Squash Illegal Robocalls

In collaboration with the Federal Trade Commission and law enforcement partners nationwide, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today unveiled an initiative that expands the crackdown on illegal robocall operations responsible for inundating consumers with billions of unwanted calls.


Central Ohio Massage Parlor Under Investigation

A massage parlor suspected of operating as an illegal front for human trafficking, prostitution and money laundering was searched by law enforcement this morning in Pickerington, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Pickerington Chief of Police Tod Cheney and Fairfield County Sheriff Alex Lape announced today.


AG Yost Launches New Services Directory for Survivors of Human Trafficking

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today that his Human Trafficking Commission has launched a directory of Ohio-based services and resources for victims of human trafficking.


National Ballistics Network Access Expanded to Better Serve All Ohio Law Enforcement - AG Yost Announces Latest Service for Local Agencies

Law enforcement agencies across Ohio now have direct access to a national digital ballistics database through the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.