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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Ashtabula, Ohio Hum is Ashtabula Ohio Barkel of crude Price drops b3show profile.1 ing kids by $1.00facing to felonies suspect connected to human Bones arraigned . Route 6. He was arraigned immediately after the briefing by judge David Schroeder who set his Bond at a total $700,000 Cash for the to felony charges he faces which include abuse of a Corpse a fifth degree felony. The Ashtabula county sheriffs department which was one of the agencies responsible for the arrests of several Street level drug dealers during a county drug sweep thursday and Friday separately raided Brooks Home thursday after obtaining a warrant for his arrest. Undercover investigators reportedly made a handful of controlled buys of heroin and cocaine from Brooks who was arrested on those drug charges thursday. During the investigation officials received a tip from Warren police that Brooks might also be connected to the disappearance of an 18-year-old w Arren woman last month sheriff William Johnson said. Investigators then obtained a search warrant for the property which is surrounded by Fields and a densely see moms. A3 Warren Dillaway Star Beacon Jim Brooks 40, of Rooming shorts review 10 felony Chat rats sgt list him during on initial appearance in Western county court Friday. St j Stu Durrs Geneva a the Man living at the roaming shores Home where human Bones were found thursday during a drug arrest was arraigned Friday in Western county court. During a Friday briefing authorities identified the Man As James e Brooks 40, of 1733 a Day Conneaut draws big crowd by Mam Todd Todd <4 Star Beacon com Conneaut people wasted Little time Friday enjoying the sights and sounds of the 16th annual a Day Conneaut at township Park moments after the . Flag was raised at the Lake front Park signalling the Start to the first Day the Public was streaming into the Camps of the world War la re Enactor. There was plenty to do big crowds lined up to watch a mock Battle the firing of a Ger Man 88mm gun As Well As a beachfront Flamethrower demonstration the first Day of the two Day event was sunny dry and comfortable. A Strong wind however churned up Lake Erie causing a minor shift in the Days schedule. Rides aboard authentic Higgins Landing Craft were moved inside Conneaut Harbor because the Lake was too rough. Upwards of 1,700 re Enactor from across the country were expected this weekend making a Day Conneaut the largest world War la event in the country. Every aspect of military life is depicted from commissaries and communications to medical corps. Many of the re Enactor seed Day a6 it s certainly the largest event i be been to. Within the re Enactor Community they say this is the one to attend Cutis Gould re Enactor 21 hit with drug charges sweep nabs 8 suspected dealers by Justi ii Devitis Jefferson on Friday county Law enforcement officials announced the arrests of eight Street level drug dealers during a county wide Multi Agency drug sweep thursday and Friday. The Ashtabula county grand jury had secretly indicted 21 people connected to drug activity in the Region on tuesday. The busts were coordinated by the Trumbull Ashtabula group or tag task Force a dedicated drug enforcement Agency the Ashtabula county sheriffs department and Conneaut and Ashtabula police departments. Its the fourth drug sweep in the county since prosecutor Nick Lamia took office in december 2013. A we consider each of these a sweeps to be very much like the sweep of a Broom Quot he said fonday during a briefing at the county Justice Center. A we May not Dean out All of the dust and debris with Only one sweep but after each sweep the area becomes cleaner and Sei charges Kline and Walleye festival fires up in the Ashtabula Harbor by Matt Guttov Mutt once Sta Beacon com Ashtabula classic cars lined up on Bridge Street Friday evening and people got into growing lines for Fried fish As the seventh wine and Walleye festival got underway. A a it a going great Quot said Julie Sundquist executive director for the greater Ashtabula chamber of Commerce. A the committee works very hard to put every thing together they do a tremendous Friday is activities included a car show and live music. Some of the big draws today Are the annual fishing tournament which could see a lot of people with the weather expected to be Nice and the boat Parade. Don Bambarger moved to Conneaut last year from Florida and was attending wine and Walleye for the first time bringing his 1934 Dodge roadster and 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass which recently took Home the top prize at another car show. A so far so Good Quot he said of the event. On the other end of the spectrum Rose and David Gaines of Ashtabula have lived in the Harbor area All their lives and have attended the wine and Walleye festival every year. Their son David see festival. A6 Warren. Antique cars move into place on Friday afternoon for a car show that kicked off the wine and Walleye event on Bridge Street in a news tip Cau Dpi 440-994-3243 Iii pm 111 i business sports deaths outside Vvs i i i Beaver William l. Carraher Dorothy a Crawford Lummie e. His fat fallout . Stocks go Down doubleheader Lakeside soccer Novak John w. Timonere dons l. Wiegand Blanca mostly sunny High 78 Low 57 b3 cd blues a Beer sat firehouse a2 inside i Busine _ 83 classifieds a amp comics _ b4 Faith a values by horoscopes b4 obituaries As opinion a4 sports cd Warren Dillaway Star Beacon a German Soldier re Enactor Alme his gun during a Battle at a Day Conneaut on Friday afternoon at Conneaut township Park

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