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Bootleg makeup contained animal feces, human waste, Los Angeles police say

Bootleg makeup contained animal feces, human waste, Los Angeles police say



2018-04-16T15:00:01+0000

LAPD confiscated $700,000 worth of bootleg cosmetics containing ingredients you probably wouldn't want on your face.

Los Angeles police said cosmetics in the city's Fashion District contained animal feces, bacteria and human waste. That led to a Thursday raid.



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Middletown Division of Police

From Chief Rodney Muterspaw:

Hello Middletown,

You probably have seen an increase in law enforcement in the Middletown gateway areas with MPD, Butler County Sheriff’s Office and Ohio State Patrol. We know social media has been blowing up about it and we are getting a lot of questions about it, so we wanted to address it for you, our community.

The City Manager and Public Safety Team (Fire and Police) have been working hard with our community to fight the nationwide heroin epidemic, which directly affects Middletown, among other cities. We are in the pipeline between two major cities so we have to try different tactics than most cities. We are a part of the Heroin Summit at the Atrium (now in stage 13), which focuses on treatment, post treatment, youth activities and other important functions to combat heroin from an educational standpoint. Research it. This Heroin Summit, is setting some standards throughout Ohio as an innovative community based problem solving team. It isn't just a bunch of people in suits sitting around talking, it is serious work in progress. See the heroin reduction chart below. We have seen a good decrease in this. It is a mixture of everything – stricter enforcement, federal drug indictments, the Heroin Summit advancement, community support and teamwork. Great results!

We hope this helps with your questions. We are not going to sit and allow drug dealers to drive through Middletown to sell their product. You will continue to see a large police presence in town for periods of time. We are adding two more K9’s this summer. Know that we are doing this to continue to take our city back. There are too many good things going on (new schools, new businesses, city events, east end development, concerts downtown, fireworks) to not do everything we can to continue improvement. I am sure some of you have complaints on dealers and feel frustrated. Understood! But get us what you can and we will do our best. I can't tell you how many cases we have solved based on an original complaint that came through on here. We took off record levels of fentanyl out of here in 2017 – more to come.

Another reason we have OSP and BCSO in the city so much is to help us with our truck problem. Overweight vehicles are killing us on non-truck routes. We hear your complaints and we really are trying to fix this. We have personally asked outside agencies to help us with this problem. Ohio is known for potholes. The additional weight of these vehicles help cause these massive potholes, which is frustrating for all of us. I have hit them in my own car also. Potholes occur when snow and ice melt as part of freeze-thaw cycles. The water then drains beneath the pavement through cracks caused by the wear and tear of traffic. As the temperatures freeze, the water becomes ice and expands below the pavement, forcing the pavement to rise. As the weight of traffic continues to pound on this raised section a hole starts to occur under the surface and the pavement cracks, forming a pothole. People that ignore the laws on vehicle weight are simply being selfish and it causes more damage to our city streets.

There is an online form to report a pothole through the city. The link is: www.cityofmiddletown.org/FormCenter/Public-Works-10/Pothole-Patrol-52

Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. We have and are changing the way we fight these battles. Everyone is not going to be happy with these efforts and methods, some will get tickets and arrests, but bear with us as we focus on these operations. We are looking at every method possible to win this fight - some may not like it, but most will.

Have a great week!
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From Chief Rodney Muterspaw:

Hello Middletown,

You probably have seen an increase in law enforcement in the Middletown gateway areas with MPD, Butler County Sheriff’s Office and Ohio State Patrol. We know social media has been blowing up about it and we are getting a lot of questions about it, so we wanted to address it for you, our community. 

The City Manager and Public Safety Team (Fire and Police) have been working hard with our community to fight the nationwide heroin epidemic, which directly affects Middletown, among other cities. We are in the pipeline between two major cities so we have to try different tactics than most cities. We are a part of the Heroin Summit at the Atrium (now in stage 13), which focuses on treatment, post treatment, youth activities and other important functions to combat heroin from an educational standpoint. Research it. This Heroin Summit, is setting some standards throughout Ohio as an innovative community based problem solving team. It isnt just a bunch of people in suits sitting around talking, it is serious work in progress. See the heroin reduction chart below. We have seen a good decrease in this. It is a mixture of everything – stricter enforcement, federal drug indictments, the Heroin Summit advancement, community support and teamwork. Great results!

We hope this helps with your questions. We are not going to sit and allow drug dealers to drive through Middletown to sell their product. You will continue to see a large police presence in town for periods of time. We are adding two more K9’s this summer. Know that we are doing this to continue to take our city back. There are too many good things going on (new schools, new businesses, city events, east end development, concerts downtown, fireworks) to not do everything we can to continue improvement. I am sure some of you have complaints on dealers and feel frustrated. Understood! But get us what you can and we will do our best. I cant tell you how many cases we have solved based on an original complaint that came through on here. We took off record levels of fentanyl out of here in 2017 – more to come.

Another reason we have OSP and BCSO in the city so much is to help us with our truck problem. Overweight vehicles are killing us on non-truck routes. We hear your complaints and we really are trying to fix this. We have personally asked outside agencies to help us with this problem. Ohio is known for potholes. The additional weight of these vehicles help cause these massive potholes, which is frustrating for all of us. I have hit them in my own car also. Potholes occur when snow and ice melt as part of freeze-thaw cycles. The water then drains beneath the pavement through cracks caused by the wear and tear of traffic. As the temperatures freeze, the water becomes ice and expands below the pavement, forcing the pavement to rise. As the weight of traffic continues to pound on this raised section a hole starts to occur under the surface and the pavement cracks, forming a pothole. People that ignore the laws on vehicle weight are simply being selfish and it causes more damage to our city streets. 

There is an online form to report a pothole through the city. The link is: https://www.cityofmiddletown.org/FormCenter/Public-Works-10/Pothole-Patrol-52

Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. We have and are changing the way we fight these battles. Everyone is not going to be happy with these efforts and methods, some will get tickets and arrests, but bear with us as we focus on these operations. We are looking at every method possible to win this fight - some may not like it, but most will. 

Have a great week!Image attachment

 

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Thank you all for the info; these are great for this community.

Very well written, should be well recieved by all.

Very informative, thank you!

Last evening we received a video of a potential threat at Middletown High School for today. Within an hour MCSD administration and staff were meeting here with detectives to review and identify.

By 10:30 p.m. those in the video were found by our officers and detained for investigation. The threat is over and more details will follow.

Thank you to Middletown City Schools for jumping on this immediately and working with us right away to get the problem solved. We take any threat against the schools seriously and will continue to monitor this situation with MCSD.
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Last evening we received a video of a potential threat at Middletown High School for today. Within an hour MCSD administration and staff were meeting here with detectives to review and identify. 

By 10:30 p.m. those in the video were found by our officers and detained for investigation. The threat is over and more details will follow.

Thank you to Middletown City Schools for jumping on this immediately and working with us right away to get the problem solved. We take any threat against the schools seriously and will continue to monitor this situation with MCSD.

 

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This is so sad. I certainly hope these 3 students are made to understand what they did won’t be tolerated & to under cover what made them do this. Some counseling needs to occur plus including family in this!

It's scary to know that my son knew these kids and I just met them myself they looked like good kids. This situation couldn't turned out into a much tragic one had sometime reported them and cops showed up not knowing those were bb guns 3 children could've lost their lives.

 

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There should be present at the elementary school as well. When first grades child is be slammed by another student and all he gets is five minutes of his recess taken away. The principal is doing nothing. Next time the police will be called there.

I agree with sending more police officers rather than arming teachers. Two different roles and sets of responsibilities for keeping kids safe.

 

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I hope these kids are punished accordingly because this has gotten way out of hand and it's not funny

 

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No doubt they will be apprehended soon.......never felt safer at my home....we love the hard work you do for (y)our community great job MPD

But should the kids still go to school? I don’t want my little brother hurt

They were all apprehended

Thank you MPD 💙

Lydia Brooks Kayla Marie

Shonda N Derrick

Josh Carberry

Kathy Chandler

17 hours ago

Middletown Division of Police

May 3rd!Put this on your calendar! Lots of fun things in the house. We will have lots of information and people to show you all the fun things to do this summer in Middletown. Youth soccer, Art Central Foundation, Lester's Rock n Roll, Skateway, YMCA and more. Drawings for prizes like game stop gifts cards and more. Our special guests will be ready at 6pm to share information, but come early and make get well cards at our art table for our own Officer Morgan's nephews who are still in Children's Hospital after being critically injured in a car accident. ...

May 3rd!

17 hours ago

Columbus Blue Jackets

Thank you ❤️💙 ...

 

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Honestly, bobrovsky being nowhere to be found is the reason this video lost in the first round of the playoffs. This team will never make a great video so long as bob is on the team. I’m going to ignore that he was probably busy dealing with 17 odd man rushes and going short handed 27 times in 3 minutes. I’m a warehouse worker but know more about professional hockey management than jarmo and very obviously can see that bob is past his prime, even though he had another Vezina caliber regular season

People can whine about 18 years all they want. The bottom line is that the current management has the organization in much better shape than when they arrived. That trend needs to continue. Love the fact that players left the building pissed off over losing.

God, I always suffer massive CBJ hockey withdrawal all summer. CAN IT BE OCTOBER YET

And Matt Calvert is going to be gone....

Thanks for another fun season.

Remember when Foligno guaranteed a Cup?

How the heck can Las Vegas win a series ?????? I’ve asked everyone and no one can give me a straight answer

The enthusiasm in reading those thank yous was overwhelming.

So pissed we aren’t playing but u guys better sign Panarin to a lifetime deal

Thank you boys for a great and exciting season of hockey. I couldn't be more proud to support and be a fan of CBJ as I live vicariously through you all because you are literally living my dream! See you all next season.

Thanks for one hell of a run, hope to get further next year. Good job JACKETS

Thanks for the effort and entertainment you gave. Future looks bright. Take a couple weeks off and then start traing again for Tort's camp and the 18 - 19 season.

You guys are tremendous. Next season all the way with our CBJ🏒🏒

We are very young but.... you need to at least give all the greAt jacket fans a bone like winning a 1 home game!!! Very sad!

Folingo was the only sincere player..I guess that makes sense because hes the captain...video kinda rubs u the wrong way

We love you guys! Great job this season! GO BLUE JACKETS! #CBJ #WeAreThe5thLine

Get Rid of The Ice Whisper-Torts ... can’t figure lines out for 88 Games . The reason you see teammates colliding into one another and telegraphing passes and getting them taken! So much talent on the team he has no clue about ! Remember Karlsson ? 6 Goals for Torts and first year away from the Ice Whisper he has 43 Goals ! Ban bipolar Coaches from NHL !

Already wishing it was October.

Thank YOU for a Great season....October can't get here soon enough...GO JACKETS....

Hold your heads high. See ya next year. #cbjfanalways.

I know you guys are hurting as much as we fans.....we are in this together. I have been waiting longer than all of you have lived to win a cup.....Take some time off and then get started again. You young guys are one year older and should have learned something this year. The difference between going on and being knocked out is a slim thread! Hopefully next year we will have a bit more luck! Everyone stop the nonsense that Bob can’t do it! We got beat by a team that scored a bunch of power play goals and we couldn’t get it by the back up who came in and stood on his head!

Thank you Columbus Blue Jackets team.... next year we are looking for The Cup ..you did a great job and I will see you in October. Thank you for the great season

Thank you Blue Jackets for an exciting season! Can’t wait to see next years team!

Thanks, guys. Loved watching you.

Guys I know y’all busted your nuts but... at least give us home fans at least 1 win at out of 3 games!!!!

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19 hours ago

Ohio Attorney General

Congratulations to the winners of the Ohio PTA Drug Education School Challenge! Our office recently awarded certificates of appreciation to North Royalton High School in Cuyahoga County and Revere Local Schools High School in Summit County for their work to provide age-appropriate drug prevention education to their students. Comprehensive education like this is an effective tool in addressing the opioid epidemic, and it is an investment in students’ lifelong success! ...

Congratulations to the winners of the Ohio PTA Drug Education School Challenge! Our office recently awarded certificates of appreciation to North Royalton High School in Cuyahoga County and Revere Local Schools High School in Summit County for their work to provide age-appropriate drug prevention education to their students.  Comprehensive education like this is an effective tool in addressing the opioid epidemic, and it is an investment in students’ lifelong success!

22 hours ago

Ohio Attorney General

There are currently more than 900 people listed as missing in the Ohio Attorney General's Missing Persons Database, including Patty Mosley, 66, who suffers from dementia. The Maple Heights Police Department is asking for help in locating Ms. Mosley, who was last seen at the Broadway Care Center on Saturday wearing jeans, a grey sweater, black and grey slippers, and glasses. If you have any information on her whereabouts, please contact Maple Heights police at 216-662-1234. More information: bit.ly/2qSRrvh ...

There are currently more than 900 people listed as missing in the Ohio Attorney Generals Missing Persons Database, including Patty Mosley, 66, who suffers from dementia. The Maple Heights Police Department is asking for help in locating Ms. Mosley, who was last seen at the Broadway Care Center on Saturday wearing jeans, a grey sweater, black and grey slippers, and glasses.  If you have any information on her whereabouts, please contact Maple Heights police at 216-662-1234.  More information: http://bit.ly/2qSRrvh
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