It's not often you see a trash truck in the middle of a cemetery, but that's exactly what happened Friday in Wayne County.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Department says deputies responded to the Easton Union Memorial Cemetery in Chippewa Township Friday afternoon after a report of a traffic crash
Deputies found the unoccupied trash truck in the middle of the cemetery - it was originally parked nearby due to a mechanical problem, and then rolled down the cemetery's sandstone steps.
There are reports of several damaged grave markers after the trash truck rolled into the cemetery.
The sheriff's department says those with family members buried in Easton Union Memorial Cemetery should check grave markers for damage, then contact Chippewa Township trustees.
On the Web: Wayne County Sheriff's Department, www.waynecountysheriff.com
Summit County's Medical Examiner ruling the death of a Wooster infant a homicide.
Sheriff's Deputies say six month old Kylie Dawson of Wooster was life-flighted to Children's Hospital here after she was diagnosed with head trauma last week; an autopsy now rules the cause of death was blunt force trauma.
She died early Sunday morning.
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(Summit County Medical Examiner) The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office and the Wayne County Sheriff's Department are investigating the death of Kylie Dawson, a 6 month old female from Millersburg Road in Wooster.
On May 17, 2012, Kylie was transported to Wooster Community Hospital where she was diagnosed with head trauma. She was subsequently life flighted to Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron where she later died from her injuries at 2:19 am, on May 20, 2012.
An autopsy was completed today and the cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head. The death has been ruled a Homicide.
A Medina man has been charged with allegedly stealing scrap metal from a Green Township business.
News Channel 5 reports that Wayne County Sheriff's deputies arrested Corey Deyling, 19, on Tuesday around 1:30 a.m. He was found stealing and loading scrap metal into his car parked behind the building.
Deputies arrived in the area after a resident reported seeing a suspicious vehicle driving around the area.
After a failed attempt to flee, Deyling currently remains at Wayne County Jail.
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