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News and notes

A compilation of updates from the Attorney General's office

10/18/2012

Measures aimed at stemming growth of Internet cafés

More than 800 Internet caf├ęs have filed mandatory paperwork in response to the Ohio Attorney General’s efforts to get a handle on the number of such establishments in the state and halt their growth, at least until regulations can be put in place.

10/18/2012

Fugitive Safe Surrender offers fresh start

Kyle Presjak traveled some 1,400 miles for a fresh start. Presjak, 21, was among 135 people who turned themselves in during Fugitive Safe Surrender events in Trumbull and Columbiana counties in July. He traveled from Texas to resolve a warrant for failing to appear in court on speeding and driving without a license charges.

10/18/2012

Changes arm first responders with details at drilling sites

Recent changes to Ohio law enhance public safety in light of a renewed interest in oil and gas drilling and heightened concerns about hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” in the state.

10/18/2012

New report, collaborative address human trafficking

Sex trafficking is occurring in more out-of-the-way locations than ever before, making it more difficult for law enforcement to detect, according to a new report from the Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission.

 

10/18/2012
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