Ruth Barnett will not go to jail for animal cruelty in connection with authorities finding about 90 cats in her Willard home, Norwalk Municipal Judge John Ridge has ruled. Most of the cats had to be destroyed.
Marvin Thorp just wanted to make a point. Little did he think he would get out of his speeding ticket.
Thorp, 61, of Fayette, got a speeding ticket in Wakeman on his way home from visiting his in-laws in Middleburg Heights on March 20.
Members of the Atwater family -- the man who killed his family and then himself -- each died from a single gunshot wound in the head, Dr. Jerome McTague, Ottawa County coroner, said Tuesday in statement.
UPDATED WITH 9-1-1 CALL - Investigators have questioned friends and relatives of the man who killed his family before turning the gun on himself early Saturday and they have scoured the rural home where the deaths took place.
But still they are eluded by answers to the question, 'Why?'.