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Salinas man sentenced to prison for fatal DUI crash

Monterey Herald 03 Mar 2021
When officers contacted Medina, they smelled alcohol and noticed that his speech was mumbled and slurred. Officers administered a series of field sobriety tests that Medina did not perform satisfactorily. Medina, 47, admitted to taking two shots of tequila before getting into the vehicle.
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Monterey County Wrong-Way Driver Sentenced To Prison In Fatal Crash

CBS Sports 03 Mar 2021
“When officers contacted Medina, they noticed that he smelled of alcohol and that his speech was mumbled and slurred,” Pacioni said in a news release. After officers performed field sobriety tests, Medina admitted drinking two shots of tequila before driving ... Medina had a 2016 DUI conviction at the time.
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Six-year-old wounded in shooting near Nashville

Rocky Mount Telegram 03 Mar 2021
The Nash County Sheriff’s Office has not identified the boy who was shot Tuesday afternoon on the 5900 block of Maggie Road in Nashville ... Medina said investigators are not certain whether charges will be filed in the incident ... at the scene,” Medina said.
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Special election: Three seek Rio Hondo College board seat

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 03 Mar 2021
Anais Medina Diaz, public information officer for the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District; former Rio Hondo trustee David Siegrist, who now is an El Monte City School District board member, and Alfonso Somilleda, an education policy advisor, all of whom applied in September for the job, are on the ballot ... (Courtesy Anais Medina Diaz).
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Rio Hondo College trustee race for El Monte district practically a dead heat

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 03 Mar 2021
Anais Medina Diaz, public information officer for the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District, leads former Rio Hondo trustee David Siegrist , 713 to 706 votes, or 41% to 40% The third candidate in the race, Alfonso Somilleda, an education policy advisor, had 338 votes or 19%.by a mere six votes.
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Cleveland City Council president says Ken Johnson should resign: Overnight News Links

Cleveland 03 Mar 2021
Featured stories. Indicted Cleveland Councilman Ken Johnson should resign, Council President Kevin Kelley says (Read more). An audience of one dictates Jane Timken’s and Josh Mandel’s campaign strategy. Donald Trump (Read more) ... Coronavirus in Ohio ... U.S ... Sen ... Medina County grant will fund overtime hours for Brunswick school resource officers (Read more) ... .
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2021 Rock Hall induction to be the biggest Cleveland’s ever seen: The Wake Up for Wednesday, March 3, 2021.

Cleveland 03 Mar 2021
Kelley tells Robert Higgs he talked with Johnson about his options after Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed with the Ohio Supreme Court asking that Johnson be suspended from office, but Johnson did not say what he would do ... Medina County grant will fund overtime hours for Brunswick school resource officers Read more.
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Medina County grant will fund overtime hours for Brunswick school resource officers

Cleveland 02 Mar 2021
BRUNSWICK, Ohio --- A $190,000 Medina County Drug ... Brunswick Police Lieutenant Robert Safran explained that MDAC, with cooperation from the Medina County Prosecutor’s Office, refocused its funding two years ago toward programs that directly impact school safety and security.
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Nearly 1.3-M tipline reports flagging OSAEC content received by DOJ in 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer 02 Mar 2021
Angiereen Medina, officer-in-charge of the DOJ's Office of Cybercrime, noted the rise in cyber tipline reports received in 2020 compared to ...
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Health departments anticipate Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine will increase supply — they’re just not ...

Chico Enterprise Record 02 Mar 2021
Glenn County Public Health said it currently only has doses of the Moderna vaccine on hand, and like Butte County, it is awaiting further details on when and how much of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be distributed, said Laura Medina, Glenn County Public Health’s public information officer.
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This tiny California city has been rocked by corruption scandals. Will charges bring change?

The Los Angeles Times 01 Mar 2021
Ramon Medina spent eight years achieving his small-town political dream and about half of that time tarnishing it. After winning a seat on the Maywood City Council in 2015, Medina was engulfed in scandals ... When Medina ran for office, he did so with Sergio Calderon, a board member with the Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
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Divers recover body of Hudson man who went through the Durfee Lake ice Friday

The Daily Telegram 27 Feb 2021
MEDINA TWP. — Divers from the Lenawee County Sheriff's Office and Michigan State Police recovered the body of a Hudson man who fell through the ice Friday on Durfee Lake in Medina Township. Damion Moog's body was found at 10.42 a.m., according to a news release from the Lenawee County Sheriff's Office.
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Divers recover body of Hudson man from Durfee Lake

The Hillsdale Daily News 27 Feb 2021
MEDINA TOWNSHIP — At 10.42 a.m. Saturday, divers recovered the body of a Hudson man who fell through the ice Friday night on Durfee Lake in Medina Township. A news release from the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office ...
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