Ohio Attorney General

39 People Charged In Circleville Drug Ring

Dec 19, 2013

Investigators in Circleville and Pickaway County and the Ohio Attorney General's office say 22 people face heroin trafficking charges, and another 17 suspects are charged with trafficking crack cocaine, painkillers or methamphetamine.

State Trying To Close Nursing Home

Jun 7, 2013

The Ohio Attorney General's office is working to close a Zanesville nursing home after an investigation found evidence of patient neglect.

After a 29 year career in Ohio government and politics, Jim Petro will retire on February 1st as Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents. Looking back on his long career, Petro tells statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen he is proud of helping bring the two bureaucracies that deal with schools and higher education closer together.

A Canal Winchester man has been convicted of taking developmentally disabled people to bars and strip clubs while billing the state for providing services to the disabled.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says while the state is sometimes criticized for having too many overlapping police departments, he sees the number of agencies as an asset.

The Ohio Attorney Generals' office says a marijuana growing operation discovered in rural southern Ohio could be connected to a Mexican drug cartel.