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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Athens, Ohio Anziel works on overcoming a Johnny football t 2ui cti5 your Hometown news source thursday june is 2015 Nelsonville Valero suspect indicted on felony charges by Sarah Hawley of Noe the Man accused of Rob Bing the Valero Gas statue in the Plains appeared in Athens county common pleas court on wednesday Atter being indicted on tour felons counts earlier this month Noel Anthon. 46. Is charged is us two counts of aggravated burglars and two counts of robbers related to the Mas 9 robber of the Gas station. According to the indictment. In attempting to or in committing a theft offence Anthon inflicted or threat ened physical harm on Phillip Hewitt and Michael Crabtree the charges of aggravated burglars allege that Anthon entered into the business for the purpose of committing a theft offence Anthon is alleged to have entered the v Aero on North Noel Anthony Plains Road. The Plains at approximate 11 24 p m on Mas 9 with a by gun in order to Rob the store. Store employees detained Anthon until Law enforcement armed charges Are not expected against the employees in relation to the Case. He is in Southeastern Ohio regional jail on a Moo Jow Bond following wednesday afternoon s arraignment a pret Al a Canna in the Case is set for june 20. W us a fur Mal scheduled for july 7lax credits of d proposed apartments in Lite Plains denied by Steve Robb messenger Statt journalist messenger photo by John Halley tax credits and loan funding have been approved by the Ohio housing finance Agency to convert these former Nelsonville school buildings into apartments and space for Rocky brands. For redeveloping old schools by Steve Robb messenger staff Quot journalist Nelson i mph a a project to Rede selo the former Nelsonville High school and Junior High into apartments w ill move Forward now that the Ohio housing finance Agency has approved tax credits and earmarked loan Mone it for the project. A Well be under construction w within two years at said Joe Mcc Abe. Of the Woda group of westers die. Which is doing the project. Wednesdays announcement by the Ohio housing finance Agency brought expressions of Joy from members of the Nelsonville restoration foundation which owns the buildings and has been working for More than 15 years to preserve them and put them to a new use. A i think we re All said foundation chairwoman Dorothy Genie after hearing wednesdays announcement. Quot its wonderful just Woda submitted the application for tax credits and loan funding in february. A a we be been sitting on Needles and Genie said of the wait. A everybody is Happy a a in a so excited in a in said Bettyjo Parsley who is on the foundations Board of trustees. A a in a totally completely thrilled that this is happening to our town and our Region a the Ohio housing finance Agency approved $591.246 in annual tax credits Over to years and reserved $1.5 million under its see schools on Page a5 although supporters of a project to convert former Nelsonville school buildings into apartments got some Good news wednesday from the Ohio housing finance Agency two other Athens county projects did not fare As Well. Sandstone apartments proposed for route 682 in the Plains and a rehabilitation of Nelsonville Home apartments were not on the approved list of tax credits released wednesday by the Ohio housing finance Agency. Sandstone w As proposed by Frontier Community services of Chillicothe and Law associates of Ashville. The Ohio housing finance Agency had been asked to approve $992,020 in annual tax credits Over to years plus $750.goo under the housing development assistance program and is 5 million under the housing development see denied on a5 messenger photo by John Halley Anna Saint Lily and Nick Nesbitt Archibald Craven Are seen performing in Quot the secret Garden at Athens first presbyterian today a forecast to storms High 84 Low 67 Meigs Deputy indicted for alleged gun theft resigns Page a2obituaries Mary Moore. 93, Pomeroy Timmothy Smith 48, Vinton Wayne Beekman. 62, Logan Cameron Brinager. 26, Portland Catherine Martin. 79, Nelsonville Lorraine Radune. 88, Mcarthur James Darst the Plains Dorothy Stout 93, Albany Page a5 by Sarah Hawley messenger staff journalist a Meigs county sheriffs office Deputy indicted last month in Athens county for allegedly stealing a firearm has resigned from his position. Brody Davis 26, of Pomeroy submitted his resignation on wednesday according to Meigs county Sherif i Keith Wood. Wok stated that Davis regretfully resigned from the position he was hired Iii february 20ll. Wixel declined to comment further on the matter. Davis was charged in Athens county common pleas court in May with robbery. Grand theft w Hen property is a firearm or dangerous ordnance tampering with records and dereliction of duty. All charges Are felonies with the exception of dereliction of duty w hich is a second degree Misdemeanour. He remains free after posting Bond which was set at $30. Xxx with to percent permitted. Athens county prosecutor Keller Blackburn said on wednesday that there was no new information on the Case. Which according to court documents is set for a jury trial on july 16. According to the indictment Davis allegedly took a Savage Model 64. .22 Caliper pistol owned by Charles Hudnall on or about May 9. 2014 l he robbery charge carries a firearm specification which could add a year to any imposed prison sentence it Dav is is convicted. Davis is also alleged to have falsified a police report knowing that he was facilitating a fraud against Hudnall. The offence of dereliction of duty alleges that As a Law enforcement officer Davis negligently tailed to perform a lawful duty in a criminal Case or proceeding. According to Prev ious messenger reports the charges Stem from a Case that originated in Meigs county that Dav is was investigating Iii Athens county. At the time of the incident a stolen vehicle from Meigs county is As located in Athens county and Dav is came to retrieve the vehicle. A new s release by the Meigs count sheriffs office following the indictment of Dav is stated that the office received a citizens complaint on an officer w Ith the Meigs county sheriff s office in reference to an All Gatum of misconduct and theft. Meigs count prosecuting attorney Colleen w Illiams was contacted in regards to these allegations and the decision was made for an outside Agency to investigate the criminal allegations and an internal investigation would be conducted by in House staff As Well. Dav is has been on paid administrative leave through the Meigs county sheriffs office since april 22. Comics.a8 community.a5 sports.a6-7 vol. 110, no. 178 fathers Day ice Cream cakes Rabi by s Daws mouse m starting at in voc us in 2 Athens messenger 50c $4095 8 in. Round ready to to or spacial order gladly accepted chocolate or Vanilla a Sheet or round 410 w. Union a Athens 740 592-3819 j the Secre

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