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AG Yost Announces Task Force Recommendations for the Future of Police Training

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Blue Ribbon Task Force today announced recommended multidimensional changes for the future of statewide law enforcement training.


AG Yost Allocates Additional $250K for Food Pantries Following Settlement With Family Dollar

Foodbanks and food pantries throughout Ohio will again benefit from a settlement secured by the office of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost over price discrepancies at a discount retailer’s stores – this one with Family Dollar.


AG Yost Leads Bipartisan Coalition Urging Congressional Action on PBM Reform

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is leading a bipartisan coalition of 39 attorneys general in urging the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to engage in meaningful debate and reform of the current practices of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs).


Lucas County Couple Sentenced for Illegal Scrap Tire Operation

A Lucas County judge sentenced a Toledo couple to three months in jail and six months at a correctional drug treatment facility for illegally transporting and dumping scrap tires, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced.


Ex-School Resource Officer Sentenced for Sending Obscene Messages to Student

A former school resource officer who sent sexual messages and a sexually graphic photo to a teenage student was sentenced this afternoon to 90 days in jail, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced.


Former PUCO Chairman, Former FirstEnergy Executives Indicted on Public Corruption Charges

A former chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, two former FirstEnergy Corp. executives and two entities have been indicted by a Summit County grand jury as a corrupt enterprise for their alleged role in the House Bill 6 scandal, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh and Summit County Sheriff Kandy Fatheree announced this morning.


Murder Charge Filed in 2017 Disappearance of Huron County Mother Amanda Dean

A Huron County man has been indicted on felony charges – including murder – in connection with the disappearance six years ago of his girlfriend, Amanda Dean, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


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