Federal Bureau of Investigation Painting Stolen During World War II Returned To Polish Government By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 29, 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation The FBI has announced the return to the Polish government a painting from the 16th century believed stolen by the Nazis during World War II. City Officials Who Helped Buyer Of Mayor's House Gets Eight Day Suspension By Jim Letizia • Sep 27, 2015 City of Columbus The Columbus Department of Development employee who helped the buyer of Mayor Michael Coleman’s former Berwick home has admitted wrongdoing. Ohio Man Charged With Supporting Islamic State Terrorism By Associated Press • Jul 16, 2015 cleveland.com A suburban Cleveland man has been indicted on a charge of providing material support to the Islamic State group. FBI Investigating Sale Of Mayor Coleman's Former Home By Jim Letizia • Jun 26, 2015 The FBI is investigating the sale of Democratic Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's former home in Berwick. FBI Probing Beavercreek Police Shooting By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 29, 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation The new head of the FBI's Cincinnati division says agents are conducting a thorough review of last year's shooting of a black man by a white Beavercreek police officer. Feds Increase Reward For "Buckeye Bandit" By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 1, 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation The FBI and Crime Stoppers have increased to 10 thousand dollars the award being offered for information leading to the arrest of a bank robber they have dubbed the "Buckeye Bandit." Authorities Seek Public's Help In Finding "Buckeye Bandit" By Jim Letizia • Mar 20, 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation The FBI and Columbus police are asking for help identifying a suspect in up to 20 bank robberies between 2013 and this year. Second Suspect In Murder Of NE Ohio Couple Arrested By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Feb 5, 2015 Ohio Attorney General's Office The FBI says one of two suspects in the killings of a Tuscarawas County couple has been arrested in Arizona. Reward Offered For Information Leading To Capture Of Suspect In NE Ohio Couple's Murder By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Feb 5, 2015 Ohio Attorney General's Office The FBI is offering a 25 thousand dollar reward for information leading to the whereabouts of one of two men charged with killing a northeast Ohio couple. Local Man Charged With Sex Crimes By Jim Letizia • Aug 15, 2014 A Lewis Center man is scheduled to appear in federal court today on charges of attempting to have sex with young girls. Radioactive Waste Cannisters Found At Worthington Apartment Complex By Jim Letizia • Jul 15, 2014 Federal agents are investigating the discovery of radioactive devices at a Worthington apartment complex. Ohioans Arrested In National Child Sex Trafficking Crackdown By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 24, 2014 The FBI says 16 Ohio children victimized through prostitution were rescued as part of a law enforcement operation targeting child sex trafficking. Authorities Raid Washington Court House Homes By Jim Letizia • May 2, 2014 More details are expected to emerge soon from a pair of raids in Fayette County yesterday. Search For Missing Teen Yields No Results By Jim Letizia • Oct 3, 2013 The FBI says a search near a Cleveland park on Wednesday turned up no new clues in the 1995 disappearance of 18-year-old Christina Adkins. FBI Raids Local Daycare Center By Jim Letizia • Oct 3, 2013 Some central Ohio parents are scrambling to find new daycare arrangements, after FBI agents raided an East side daycare center yesterday. Castro Told FBI He Let His Guard Down By Jim Letizia • Sep 6, 2013 Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro admitted to FBI agents that he abducted and raped the three young women he held captive for a decade. Corruption-Plagued County Rejects Campaign Finance Measure By Jim Letizia • Jul 11, 2013 The Cuyahoga County Council has rejected a new campaign finance measure that would have restricted donations to elected officials. More Charges Against Ohio Man Accused Of Bomb Threats By Associated Press • Mar 28, 2013 Prosecutors have added five more counts against an Ohio man suspected in dozens of bomb threats made to courthouses and other public buildings in five states. FBI To Probe Oberlin College Incidents By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Mar 8, 2013 Oberlin College says the FBI has agreed to investigate hate-based incidents reported on campus within the last month.