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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Ashtabula, Ohio Sway Timm police officers gather before Heidi re a out for a manhunt after an officer was shot in to Lake in., on tuesday. Lake county major crimes task Force cmdr. George Flenko says an officer was shot tuesday morning in to Lake 55 Miles North of Chicago. Police in Illinois Hunt for 3 suspects after officer killed it Carrie Antl Noner Assoc Ator Prest Fox Lake 111. Polit e with helicopters dons a trip armed with rides were conduct inn a Mas save manhunt in North pm Illinois on i tuesday after an officer was fatally shot while pursuing a group of men. An emotional Fox Lake mayor dorm Schmit described the slain officer la c hades Joseph in Siewit As a personal Friend a three dec Ade member of the depart men and a lather of four sons. A we lost a family member Quot Schmit said of the 12-year old officer known around town As a Ugi Loc Quot a Clits commitment to the people of this Community Lias been unmatched Ami will be dearly Misse authorities said Gliniewicz radioed Iii to Tell dispatchers he was chasing three men on foot in the Village of Fox Lake 33 Miles North of Chicago. Communication with him was ins soon after said Lake c out Slier iffy a office spokesman sgt. Christopher Tovelli. Quot his Bac Kup arrived shortly thereafter and found him injured with a gunshot wound Quot Tovelli said. Quot the officer has succumbed to ins injuries and passed Fox Law Puci Kim ziment Pho to a this undated photo provided by the pox Lake police department shows la Charles Joseph Glin Ewite who was shot and killed on tuesday in pox Lake til. Police with helicopters dogs and armed with rifles were conducting a massive manhunt tuesday in Northern Illinois for the individuals believed to be involved in the death of Gliniewicz. Away. Andersh Crail Raymond Rose told the inc ago i Tribune that the officer had also been stripped of his gun and other equipment. Less than an hours drive from hic ago the area is popular with boaters and for other outdoor pursuits be Calm of its Forest preserves and a Chain of lakes that partly encircle Fox Lake. Some longtime City dwellers move to the re Gion for what is normally a quieter lifestyle. Police arid other Law enforcement officials some of them in Mili tar style camouflage were seen taking up positions on rooftops and along Railroad frat is scanning the terrain with Rifle Scopes and binoculars. Others leaned out of helicopters with weapons at the ready nearby Grant oui Unity High school was placed on Loc Down with children and stall instructed to say hidden and away from win Dows and so Init said that other schools were also put on lock Down As staffers went from room to room to make sure the children were Safe. Authorities urged residents throughout the area to stay Home while they conducted the search for three men. Two of them White and the other Black using bloodhounds on the ground and helicopters above. The service of a local commuter train was halted and residents who wanted to take their dogs out to relieve themselves were told to stay in their Homes with the Job of walking the dogs handled by police officers. Gliniewicz s death is the third Law enforce rent fatality in Illinois this year according to the Law enforcement officers memorial fund. It says firearms related deaths in the . Are Down 13 percent this year compared to the same period last year fan. 1. To sept. I there were to last year and 2b this year. Around Fox Lake residents expressed their own sorrow Over the death of the immensely popular Gliniewicz. Quot this particular officer is a pillar in my Community and definitely going to be missed and he touched so Many lives Quot said Gina Maria a 40 year old teacher who lives in the Community. Ohio sends seized tigers big cats out of state by John Seewer associated press Loli do six tigers and four other exotic animals seized by Ohio officials from their owner in january have been moved from a Tempo Rary holding facility to animal sane Manes in three other states the Ohio department of agriculture said tuesday. The move began late last week and the final two animals arrived tuesday at a facility in Arizona department spokeswoman i l in a Hawkins said. The department took custody of the animals from a Small Roadside animal Sanctuary near Toledo after it said the owner Kenny Hetrick ignored warnings that he need d a permit for the exotic animals and that his cages weren t secure enough to pre vent an escape. Us tigers Bear Leopard Cougar and a Liger part lion part Tiger spent the last seven months at the holding facility operated by the state near Columbus while their owner continued to Light the states authority to seize the animals. State officials have said from the beginning that the facility was not meant to House the animals Long term. Quot they re doing really Well so it was an Ideal time to transport them Quot Hawkins told Hie associated dress. Quot they Reedc a More space and we realized veterinarians who saw the animals also recommended the move she said. Met Rick said he Wasny to notified about the animals relocation beforehand and believed the state was prohibited from taking such action while his Legal matters Are pending. He said tuesday that he planned to talk with his attorney about pursuing the creatures return. Quot i want the animals Back in Ohio Quot he said. A they re not allowed to leave the state with his daughter Cornea Hetrick said in a separate Telephone inter View that the animals were Lim at the holding facility in Ohio and that separating and moving them was cruel. Until january they had lived ii the Sanctuary Sun a they were Young and some of them arc now old the Liger is 23 a a she said. The move undoubtedly was stressful to them she added. Quot we re absolutely disgusted a she said. The animals now arc at sanctuaries in Tampa Florida Spearfish South Dakota and Val entitle Arizona where they will remain until Kenny Hetrick a court challenges against the state Are resolved the state said. The department of agriculture said in a court filing that caretakers at the sanctuaries Are under contract but it retains custody of the animals because the Legal pro feedings could continue for months or More than a year the state decided it could not wait for the move. A a we be gotten Good feedback from the sanctuaries that they re enjoying the open space a a Hawkins said. A a it a definitely a better situation for the department oversees permitting for dangerous wild animals under state regulations enacted after a suicidal Man in Eastern Hio re leased dozens of his an urals including african Lions and Bengal tigers on his farm in 2011 and authorities had to kill them fearing for Public safety. Water main break repaired in Jefferson it i or son Aqua Hio Crews worked tuesday afternoon to repair a water main break along North Chestnut Street in Jefferson. No outages were reported though some residents in the immediate Vicinity might have noticed weaker water pressure than Normal. Is according to Aqua spokesman Jeff i ii Rue the eight Inch line burst about i p m. Tuesday a the Caus Uncertain he said. A with aging pipes this is a constant Battle that we de Al with year round Quot he said. Crews were Able to Pate h the line and restore service by 4 30 pm. Rajo at least one arrested in Dea raid from Moe i according to a Yahola arid Lake county court records which list his address As 8r>00 Supe nor ave., Cleveland. He was arrested after the Tuc Day raid on a warrant for an assault charge in Ashtabula municipal court from october 2014, to which he did not ple a. The co defendant in the Case a woman named Shaw Taela l Marin was also arrested during the raid but later re lease Dac cording to the report. Yarber currently faces Cine felony charge of having weapons while under disability according to the she riffs report he was transported at about 8 a in. To the Ashtabula City jail by officers from the . Marshals serve to await Addi tonal charges. It is currently unclear if mein potential suspects we re arrested. County sheriff w Illiam Johnson said mein details May Fie released wednesday by la investigators. / allow cumin Den Nis on twitter plus Linden is. Owner i rial delayed for owner of school from Proe i a Quot tentative Quot pies agreement was in the works and asked for More tune to work out details. A fourteen Days emf should be enough time to address the c Ern terns Quot Douglas said. After the hearing Conneaut liw director Kyle Smith said he understood the Matte a has be in moved for a change of plea. An exact Date fear the hearing had not been schedule late tuesday afternoon a court spokeswoman said pryately was issued a citation last summer after he failed to addressed fire and safety conc erns detected by f ire i Hie Steve Lee during an inspection of the building Winc h ceased being a school in it81. I ast wet a Demoli Tion began on the big Bric k building. Loiter it was Learned work started without any consultation with the Ohio environmental Protection Agency a air Quality division which monitors Large scale demolition projects for possible Asbestos. 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