Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation BCI To Investigate Inmate Death At Knox County Jail By Associated Press • May 14, 2015 knoxcountysheriff.com The state is investigating the death of a man who died two days after a scuffle with a deputy at the Knox County jail. BCI Releases Report On Probe Of Beavercreek Police Shooting By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Oct 3, 2014 The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation has released the report on its probe of the officer-involved shooting at a Beavercreek store in August. Alleged Drug Grower Shot By Deputies By Jim Letizia • Aug 1, 2014 Ross County Sheriff's deputies shot and wounded a man on Thursday during a barricade situation that they say started when state investigators spotted marijuana growing on his property. Ross County Woman Shot By Law Enforcement By Jim Letizia • Dec 13, 2013 Ross County prosecutors say an officer with an unidentified law enforcement agency shot and critically wounded a woman during a drug raid Wednesday night. Ohio Crime Lab Continues To Process Backlog Of Rape Test Kits By Associated Press • Nov 4, 2013 Attorney General Mike DeWine says Ohio's crime lab has processed almost 21-hundred previously untested rape kits in its effort to solve more reported sexual assaults with the help of DNA matches. Greene County Man Well Armed During Fatal Standoff By Jim Letizia • Aug 8, 2013 State investigators say the man who died after holding Yellow Springs police at-bay last week had several guns stashed in his home. Burning Body Found In Morgan County By Jim Letizia • Jul 26, 2013 Morgan County sheriff's deputies are awaiting autopsy results on the body of a man found burning along a rural road yesterday. Authorities Bust Local Drug Ring By Jim Letizia • Jul 12, 2013 Fairfield County Sheriff's deputies say they made a major drug bust yesterday at a home near Canal Winchester. State Says Meth Lab Busts Increasing By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 18, 2013 Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation statistics show methampehtamine lab busts are increasing partly because meth is now being made in spaces as small as a large soda bottle.