Eating the evidence, raid on car dealer, dog-stabbing, Coventry fair: A.M. News Links

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Controversy stories  typically climax on Fridays, when everyone has had a chance to confront everyone else. Today’s collection includes the canceled street fair in Cleveland Heights, just below, and financial incentives for drillers; internet cafes, two headaches in Painesville, PETA and a circus, and an Ohio stand-your-ground bill.

The crime scene story of the little boy pushing his toy lawnmower down the street might be more cute than outrageous, but the babysitter who was charged won’t think so. And at the bottom, the account of the English nanny school in Chagrin Falls is worth a look at a place that has been around awhile, but hasn’t gotten much attention.

Cops: Man tried to eat bag of cocaine (WEWS Channel 5 story has collectible mug shot)

IRS, DEA investigate 3 car dealerships (Ravenna. WEWS Channel 5) | Federal agents raid businesses, properties associated with Ravenna car lot owner (Record-Courier) | Federal agents raid Portage County properties Thursday morning (Aurora Advocate)

Man gets 180-day sentence for fatally stabbing dog in Amherst (with video) (Morning Journal. He originally said he was protecting the dog he was with, a pomeranian, from the shepherd-chow mix)

July 21 Coventry Family Arts Fair canceled (Heights Observer quotes press release saying there was an incident at the St. Gregory fair up the street last weekend.) | Coventry Family Arts Festival Canceled (Cleveland Heights Patch) | Our story | All
the TV stations have it, too.

Runner caught going number 2 in yard (WEWS Channel 5 goes for class)

The Crime Scene this morning

Crime and management: detours, prison power, meth wastes, forfeits

Controversies galore: Breaks for shale-drillers, internet cafes and more

Around Northeast Ohio: Nannies, disease, heat, illegal dump

Source Article from http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/07/eating_the_evidence_raid_on_ca.html

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