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Lima News (Newspaper) - August 14, 2015, Lima, Ohio F 88766� St marys i4 a a f summer est / fort fest / we serve variety of food Fen a Occam Khz a mid Simo w v r b. A y i a 11 a 4. A Oday the crimes were so brutal that he never forgot. Fast Forward to 2015, and Miller is a Veteran detective who late last year received notice those two crimes and two others had a Dan match with a Man in Kansas City Kansas. He began searching for the victims three w Omen who would identify the chief suspect Lonny m. Lee 37, As the Man who raped them Miller said. A we showed them a photo lineup and the three picked him out a Miller said. It took months to build the Case but Miller had enough this month for prosecutors to got to the grand jury and indict Lee on four counts of rape four counts of felonious assault one count of attempted rape and one count of kidnapping. Lee was returned to Ohio and is being held in the Allen county jail on a $500,000 Bond. The women were severely beaten or see Kapes Isa top of the news Las prices up Aller refinery shutdown Dan matches Man to 4 rapes Civitts Media a 2015 a published at Lima Ohio 60 Phi 4 melton.luff111, a news people amp Mote 2a nation 3a editor Tai 6a weather 8a a Region a Ohio Region news in obituaries 2b comics 5b puzzles to 78 business 8b c sports sports in classified so pm _ entertainment lottery Oaky of Crummy pick 3 8 7 7 a 2-8 2 night pick4 5 222<lay,3 32 2 picks. 7 2-7?$ Eta. 4 12-4-4 maw rolling Cash s i 717 2426 classic wednesday 2 29 30 33 3666 kicker 732094 Jackpot 19 million powutbau0w66wew 813 29-38-5? pow Tim 28 Power play 2 Jackpot $?0 Milton Mega millions ties dwt 3 8 29 57 68 Mega ban 8 megabit 4 Ink pot 130 Hithe Lima news Issue 226, volume 131 breaking mme at lllltaolti<kcoii1 Friday. August 14.2015 a $1 Detroit apr prices at the pump remain up across the great lakes Region because of the unexpected partial shutdown of a Large Indiana Oil refinery. Dearborn based aaa Michigan which surveys prices at 2,800 Michigan Gas stations said thursday morning the statewide average was about $2.80 a gallon about 22 cents More than wednesday s average hut Down about 75 cents from a year ago. According to . The most affected states Are Michigan Indiana Ohio and Illinois but others including Minnesota and Wisconsin also saw increases. The by Whiting refinery in Northern Indiana shut Down the largest of three crude distillation units saturday for what the company in a statement called a unscheduled repair by says that the rest of the refinery is operating at reduced production. Talking Points social Security breakdown social Security turns 80 on Friday and the massive retirement and disability program is showing its age. Social Security a disability fund is projected to in dry next year. The retirement fund has enough Money to pay full benefits until 2035. But once the fund is depleted the shortfalls projected to be enormous. Page3a2 counties Haw West Nile Putnam and Mercer counties have mosquitoes that have tested positive for West Nile Sims. A Glaize county tests were negative for the Sims. Allen county has not been tested yet this year. Page in get this moviegoers scared with Leaf Blower Newport Beach Calif. Of a Newport Beach police have questioned four people in connection w Ith a scare at a movie theater that occurred when someone started a Leaf Blower that Many mistook for a Chainsaw. The Orange county Register reported wednesday that no arrests have been made but the four Are cooperating with investigators. Police say they turned themselves in for questioning after surveillance photos were released. Join the conversation what a your take on today s news7 go to and visit us at Facebook to share your thoughts. 83764� dub a f 86764� j i be u a a town poet Bio refining in Leipsic hosted i event on Thun diff to Prmt tit the company mid ethanol s Impact on jobs and the Economy. Poet shows Impact on Economy by Danae King dking amp Civita Smedia com Leipsic a though its Leipsic location employs about 44 people poet Bio refining has worked with More than 1,000 Farmers in Northwestern Ohio. The ethanol production facility purchases Corn locally and offers local Farmers a Access to an end user using Corn Quot said Leipsic poet general manager Mark Borer. A Farmers Are Able to take com right from the Field and drop it right those Farmers and other Community members know about the economic Impact poet has on the area but the company wanted to quantify it for others. To do so it released its first economic Impact study on thursday. A everyone recognizes there a a significant amount of economic Benefit a Small Community gets by having Only on visit tor details about How poet makes ethanol. Poet Bio refining facility Quot Borer said. The study included state and National statistics including that poet bore fining supports More than 4,200 jobs in Ohio generates $1,370.5 million in business revenues in the state and supplies about $25.7 million in state and local taxes. The Leipsic Plant hosted ethanol Day thursday to thank Farmers families and Community members and celebrate ethanol Impact on the state. Borer spoke during the event saying How the company s relationship w Ith agriculture is a very much see poet i a assessments approved for disputed ditch project by Craig Kelly com Lima a with the approval of Allen county commissioners the Allen county soil and water conservation District is moving Forward with issuing final assessments on the Wrasman project. A drainage project that had been in dispute since 2009. A the project is an old drainage tile in an open ditch in an area West of District drainage specialist Dan Eue Brock said. Quot it is a mile and a half of tile to be put in South of piqued Road and the open ditch would be cleaned up to state route 309.&Quot All affected landowners will receive an assessment on the $380,000 project with a window of 30 Days to Appeal the assessment in court. According to Eue Brock landowners on the upper end of the tile project will face costs of Over $600 an acre while those on the open ditch project will face assessments of $10 to $15 an acre. Eue Brock stressed that the drainage tile system currently in place is no longer adequate. Quot the drainage system is Over too years old the tue is broken Down there Are Tuyor holes in the Field and the outlet is submerged under the he said. The dispute Over the project started in 2009 w Hen landowners Stanley and Kim Brenneman maintained that tile replacement was less effective and More expensive than going solely with an open ditch. After the initial project was dismissed by judge Richard Warren the District refiled the project in 2012. The dispute was taken to the third District court see ditch 18alima victims severely beaten choked by Greg Sowinski com Lima a More than a dozen years ago Kent Miller was a Young Street officer when he responded to two similar Calls of women severely beaten and raped

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