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Nanny faces more than 100 counts of sex abuse

Nanny faces more than 100 counts of sex abuse



2018-04-16T03:30:00+0000

The accuser says the woman sexually abused him over the course of 10 years. The woman reportedly told authorities "it was all part of the boy's curiosity and it was just him learning."

A woman was arrested Monday on suspicion of more than 100 counts of sex abuse.



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9 hours ago

City of Oxford, Ohio - Division of Police

FUN FACT FRIDAY

The FRESH Air Fair is tomorrow, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., at Talawanda High School. Officers will be running a bicycle safety course for the kiddos, will have a table supplying child DNA kits, and will have a prescription medication drop box station, so stop out and see them!

The word FRESH comes from the full name FAMILY RESOURCES and EDUCATION for SAFETY and HEALTH and is a partnership between McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, the Coalition for a Healthy Community, the City of Oxford and Miami University Police Departments, and the Talawanda School District. This event is held in conjunction with the annual Kiwanis Pancake Day. (yum!)

Have a FUN, safe weekend, everyone!
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FUN FACT FRIDAY

The FRESH Air Fair is tomorrow, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., at Talawanda High School.  Officers will be running a bicycle safety course for the kiddos, will have a table supplying child DNA kits, and will have a prescription medication drop box station, so stop out and see them! 

The word FRESH comes from the full name FAMILY RESOURCES and EDUCATION for SAFETY and HEALTH and is a partnership between McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, the Coalition for a Healthy Community, the City of Oxford and Miami University Police Departments, and the Talawanda School District. This event is held in conjunction with the annual Kiwanis Pancake Day. (yum!) 

Have a FUN, safe weekend, everyone!Image attachment

Our thoughts are with the Bruce family as we remember the life of a great Buckeye and man, Coach Earle Bruce.

www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/042018aab.html
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Our thoughts are with the Bruce family as we remember the life of a great Buckeye and man, Coach Earle Bruce.

http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/042018aab.html

 

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Coach Earle Bruce being carried off the field in The Big House on the shoulders of his players is forever etched into Buckeye History. Earle was fired on Wednesday and the team was a two touchdown underdog at kickoff. The Buckeyes won by two TDs and Earle rode off shaking his fist into the air. My eyes are teary now. Love you Earle Bruce. God Bless You. Go Bucks. 🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈

RIP Earle Bruce who won games, but who introduced Art Schilzter to gaming which caused him so much distress. Prayers for the family.

Dear Ohio State, please remember you fired him for BS reasons. Rest In Peace Coach.

Coach Bruce was the 1st OSU HC I remember watching as a kid. I was too young to remember watching Woody coach, & as he would want...O-H! #RIPCoachBruce

A gentleman with class O - H - I - O Pixie dust and a fedora. Now coaching the Angels. Oh! Come let's sing Ohio's praise, And songs to Alma Mater raise; While our hearts rebounding thrill, With joy which death alone can still. Summer's heat or Winter's cold. The seasons pass, the years will roll; Time and change will surely show How firm thy friendship O-hi-o.

A class individual and one of the fiercest Buckeyes ever. RIP, Mr. Bruce. May you proudly wear your Fedora in Heaven.😪

This should be a venue for respect of a former coach and great Buckeye. Don't use it to criticise the school and administration. Rest in peace Coach Bruce.

Rest in Peace Coach. Now you and Woody have the best seats in the house. 💕💗😢

Prayers and condolences for Coach Bruce's family, loved ones and many friends. RIP Coach Bruce. The Man whom always did it the right way. You will be missed.

Met Coach Bruce at a book signing several years ago and we talked about the great win against #1 Iowa at The Shoe. I was at that game while a student at OSU and he fondly shared some great memories. Great man. RIP

Thinking of your family and sending love and heartfelt prayers

OSU didn’t deserve Coach Bruce, but he deserves the admiration of Real OSU fans. Thanks Coach for bring OSU back to the game.

One of the best coaches Ohio State ever had!! He will be sadly missed!! RIP Earle Bruce!!!!

I grew up being a huge Buckeye fan through the great Woody Hayes years but, always felt that, Ohio State's athletic director at the time, did coach Bruce very dirty during the coaches years there! Rest In Peace Coach Earl Bruce and always know that, you were a Great Buckeyes Coach.

Earle Bruce was one of the great coaches in Buckeyes history along with Woody Hayes, Jim Tressel, & of course the great Urban Meyer/coaching the Buckeyes these days, but Earle will be remembered for having a winning record vs The Buckeyes hated rival Michigan which I loved so much because I can't stand Michigan to this day. Earle you'll be missed by Buckeye Nation RIP!

Rest in the arms of Jesus coach. You brought great joy to Buckeye Nation!

God bless and rest in peace, He coached Me ( Mark Eberts ) Ohio State for 3 years... My prayers go out to TA Smith, my old roomate & the family in this time of sorrow...

Godspeed Coach. He personified a True Buckeye.

Well respected ! Got to see his team play Illinois in 81 and Purdue in 85. May his memory be eternal.

Coach's love and passion for Buckeye football was unequalled!!! You will be missed Coach.

RIP, Coach Bruce! Thoughts and prayers go out to the family! He was a hell of a coach, fundraiser and family man. He will be missed!

Rest In Peace coach Bruce! You were one of the best coaches in the Big 10! A gentleman and a class act!

Great coach and mentor. I still remember being there at the big house for his last coached game. RIP coach. Buckeye nation will miss you!

The Coach with the fedora!

Today we tip are hats to you coach RIP

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Are you looking for a new Sunday morning activity?

Check out the Delaware County Fair flea markets every Sunday morning from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm. You never know what treasure you will find! 🌟
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Join us tomorrow!

 

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I want to go

Only if Wesley James will be there😉

The New Edition lamb sale is this Friday and Saturday! Pick up your 2018 4-H project 🐑 ...

WEEKEND UPDATE: Here’s a sample of some highlights from the weekend.
> There were 38 EMS runs this weekend with 12 that were alcohol/drug related and 10 that were fire-related calls. Two females overdosed and were revived with Narcan.
> Lots of parents were in Oxford this weekend, keeping that ever-present supervision of their college kids and problems at bay. Many organizations had out-of-town trips to Tennessee this weekend, so hopefully, Nashville and Gatlinburg PD never got acquainted with those MU students.
> More warrants were served, which is quite the consistent theme the last few weeks. Stay out of Oxford if you have a warrant since we seem to have superpowers in warrant-detection lately.
> We received a report of a man buying gas on his former employer’s account. This has been going on for several months and had apparently slipped through the cracks somehow at the workplace. Here’s a tip for employers: upon the release of an employee, review and deny their access to the company accounts. Doing this may take some time on the front end, but it’s better than paying for 5 months-worth of someone’s gas!
> A credit monitoring agency caught an illegitimate loan taken out in a man’s name (identity theft scenario.) The agency contacted the man and gave him a heads up. Because of the notification, he was able to put a stop to the loan and keep his credit intact. In another case, a conscientious debit card holder noticed unauthorized activity on her card and quashed it immediately before any more damage was done. Follow these examples--it certainly pays to vigilantly monitor your accounts.
> An 18-year-old male jaywalked and stumbled in front of cars that had the green traffic light. He actually had to be held up by the officer to keep from falling. A 17-year-old female was found stumbling through a cemetery. We’re dying to know why she was there, but she was so drunk she was unable to explain.
> There was an early (12:30pm) OVI crash, in which the vehicle struck a parked car and a tree. The driver is suspected of having drugs and alcohol on board. Lab results are pending.
> A couple spent the night in a house, and in a bed, that wasn’t theirs. In fact, no one in that house knew who they were, but assumed someone else did. After the couple left, the residents all put their heads together and realized they just provided the romantic crash pad for this couple for the night. Good time now to do some laundry.
> And a “shout out” to the older gentleman at the Oxford restaurant this afternoon who asked what I was doing lollygagging and eating lunch when I should be writing this update instead. Love him!

It’s April 16th and it’s 35 degrees, snowing and windy in Oxford, Ohio. Totally ridiculous. Have a super week, everyone—let the warm days begin!
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WEEKEND UPDATE: Here’s a sample of some highlights from the weekend.
>  There were 38 EMS runs this weekend with 12 that were alcohol/drug related and 10 that were fire-related calls. Two females overdosed and were revived with Narcan.
>  Lots of parents were in Oxford this weekend, keeping that ever-present supervision of their college kids and problems at bay. Many organizations had out-of-town trips to Tennessee this weekend, so hopefully, Nashville and Gatlinburg PD never got acquainted with those MU students. 
>  More warrants were served, which is quite the consistent theme the last few weeks. Stay out of Oxford if you have a warrant since we seem to have superpowers in warrant-detection lately.
>  We received a report of a man buying gas on his former employer’s account. This has been going on for several months and had apparently slipped through the cracks somehow at the workplace. Here’s a tip for employers: upon the release of an employee, review and deny their access to the company accounts. Doing this may take some time on the front end, but it’s better than paying for 5 months-worth of someone’s gas!
>  A credit monitoring agency caught an illegitimate loan taken out in a man’s name (identity theft scenario.) The agency contacted the man and gave him a heads up. Because of the notification, he was able to put a stop to the loan and keep his credit intact. In another case, a conscientious debit card holder noticed unauthorized activity on her card and quashed it immediately before any more damage was done. Follow these examples--it certainly pays to vigilantly monitor your accounts. 
>  An 18-year-old male jaywalked and stumbled in front of cars that had the green traffic light.  He actually had to be held up by the officer to keep from falling.  A 17-year-old female was found stumbling through a cemetery. We’re dying to know why she was there, but she was so drunk she was unable to explain.
>  There was an early (12:30pm) OVI crash, in which the vehicle struck a parked car and a tree. The driver is suspected of having drugs and alcohol on board. Lab results are pending. 
>  A couple spent the night in a house, and in a bed, that wasn’t theirs. In fact, no one in that house knew who they were, but assumed someone else did. After the couple left, the residents all put their heads together and realized they just provided the romantic crash pad for this couple for the night. Good time now to do some laundry.
>  And a “shout out” to the older gentleman at the Oxford restaurant this afternoon who asked what I was doing lollygagging and eating lunch when I should be writing this update instead. Love him!

It’s April 16th and it’s 35 degrees, snowing and windy in Oxford, Ohio. Totally ridiculous. Have a super week, everyone—let the warm days begin!

 

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Dang lollygaggers

:-)

Nikki Perry Hayes

Great update, despite the disappointment in certain behaviors. Thank you all for what you do.

This always makes my Monday!

Thank you as always! You folks are appreciated!

Thanks as always for doing these. Funny and kindof sad at the same time.

Seems it's not safe to be in Oxford on the weekends!

I feel safer in Oxford with our top notch police force then anywhere.

Haha love it especially the part of your die ing to know

Thanks for the update! You are a great department!

Thanks for sharing

You're the best Laura! Love the lollygagging 😂

Thanks laura and opd. For keeping our streets safe for our children..and ourselves...

Can you arrest Mother Nature? She’s off her rocker and has got to be breaking some sort of law by providing this type of weather.

Now i know why i have to wait so long to see the weekend update.lol

The girl stumbling in the cemetery. 😂

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If you are looking for lunch or dinner today, we would recommend the Oxford LaRosa's. Please mention the #Ethanstrong fundraiser when ordering. Ethan is the son of one of our Public Safety Assistants. Your support is appreciated. ...

If you are looking for lunch or dinner today, we would recommend the Oxford LaRosas.  Please mention the #Ethanstrong fundraiser when ordering.  Ethan is the son of one of our Public Safety Assistants.  Your support is appreciated.

 

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Denise Brookbank Antonius Gary Antonius

How much per order goes to the fund ?

Had a group there (high school classmates). We made sure the garage aitress counted our tabs for Ethan! God bless him.

Laura Catherine same as ur brother 💗

Thank you for sharing this, and Thank You Oxford PD for your support & everything you do for this community! We had an amazing turnout today! It's so nice to see so many people rally around Ethan & his family ❤ #ethanstrong

1 week ago

City of Oxford, Ohio - Division of Police

FUN FACT FRIDAY

Happy Friday the 13th!

This week marks National Public Safety Telecommunicators (aka Dispatchers) Appreciation Week. Today we celebrate our dispatchers for the services they provide to our officers and our community. Thank you to all the dispatchers out there, especially to ours at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office and the Oxford Police Department.

Have a FUN, safe weekend!
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FUN FACT FRIDAY

Happy Friday the 13th! 

This week marks National Public Safety Telecommunicators (aka Dispatchers) Appreciation Week. Today we celebrate our dispatchers for the services they provide to our officers and our community. Thank you to all the dispatchers out there, especially to ours at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office and the Oxford Police Department.

Have a FUN, safe weekend!Image attachmentImage attachment
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