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AG Yost Announces $6.8 Million in Debt Relief for ITT Tech Students

Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a multi-state settlement that will provide $6.8 million in debt relief to about 870 former ITT Tech students in Ohio. Nationally, the 43-state settlement will result in debt relief of $168 million for more than 18,000 former students.


Franklin County Grand Jury Indicts Registered Sex Offender on Human Trafficking Charges

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien and the Columbus Police Department today announced the indictment of a registered sex offender on 12 felony counts, including trafficking in persons and prostitution charges.


Identity of Franklin County John Doe Sought

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Franklin County Coroner Dr. Anahi Ortiz are seeking assistance to identify a man who was found deceased on April 28, 2019. The male was located in a parking lot of 3800 West Broad St. in Columbus, Ohio.


AG Yost Announces $879K Settlement With Former Sponsor of ECOT

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a settlement by mutual resolution with the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West regarding disputed overpayments received from the now-closed Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT).


AG Yost Announces Settlement with Upper Sandusky Woman Accused of Misusing Charitable Donations

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a settlement with a Wyandot County woman accused of using charitable donations for cars, vacations, motorcycle reconditioning, college tuition and cash for family members.


AG Yost to Commemorate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day With Annual Event

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and his office’s Elder Abuse Commission will commemorate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day by hosting a free educational event on Monday, June 17, in Columbus.


Cincinnati Home Remodeler Indicted for Theft of $213K

A home remodeler who allegedly stole almost $213,000 from consumers has been indicted on 49 charges, including theft and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


AG Yost Sues Akron Used Car Dealership Accused of Title Problems

Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a used car dealership and its co-owners who failed to deliver vehicle titles to customers in northeast Ohio.  


AG Yost, Former Attorneys General Call for Elimination of Ohio’s Statute of Limitations on Rape

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and former Attorneys General Richard Cordray, Nancy Rogers, Jim Petro, Betty Montgomery and Lee Fisher today urged the Ohio General Assembly to eliminate the state’s statute of limitations on rape.

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