The City of Columbus has secured court orders to board-up a south side drug house, a Franklinton area drug house, and a West Broad Street storefront operating as an illegal after-hours club during the COVID-19 shutdown in April.
A conservative think tank has filed a lawsuit against the City of Columbus and the state of Ohio, claiming that its employees who live outside of Columbus shouldn’t have paid city income taxes while working during the state’s stay at home order.
The owners of a now-defunct north side strip club have filed a lawsuit against vice officers and the City of Columbus, alleging the club and its dancers were targeted in retaliation for balking at an officer’s demand to rehire a former bouncer.
The Columbus City Attorney's office is dismissing any open and pending cases involving vice detective Andrew Mitchell, who was charged Monday with holding women against their will and forcing them to engage in sex acts for their freedom.
Columbus City Council last night approved a 140 thousand dollar settlement of a lawsuit filed by the former secretary for Franklin County Municipal Court Judge James O’Grady, who said he retaliated against her for speaking out about sexually explicit comments he made in her presence.
A special prosecutor hired by the Columbus City Attorney's office says a Columbus police commander should not be charged with dereliction of duty after sending emails containing allegations of child abuse to his junk folder.