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AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Akron officials say one firefighter has resigned and another won't be allowed to return to work after they were suspended without pay for making a sex tape on city property. The Akron Beacon Journal reports a city document released Friday says provisional fire Lt. Deann Eller has resigned and that her partner, Lt. Arthur Dean, will remain on unpaid leave pending final disciplinary action and isn't eligible for "continued service" with the department.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio has agreed to pay a former inmate $72,500 to settle a lawsuit that claimed guards wrongfully strip searched him at a southeast Ohio prison. Cleveland.com reports 37-year-old Jose Irizarry, of Cleveland, said in his federal lawsuit that guards were acting on a bad tip about drugs when they stripped searched him in front of other inmates in December 2015. No drugs were found. Irizarry was moved to another prison when he complained and a guard captain who ordered the search was disciplined.

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say an Ohio man who struck an Amish buggy from behind, killing a teenage boy and injuring his father and younger brother, has been jailed and charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence. The Columbus Dispatch reports the crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 3 in Knox County. The State Highway Patrol says 39-year-old Earnest Bennett, of Fredericktown failed to stop in time, killing 13-year-old Andy Miller and injuring his father and 5-year-old brother.

NORWALK, Ohio (AP) - Two big immigration raids in recent weeks have not only resulted in the arrests of more than 250 workers, they've also left their U.S.-born children with uncertain futures. Some will be forced to decide whether to leave the country with their parents or face being split apart if they stay with their remaining relatives or friends. Aid organizations assisting the families say these children are likely to suffer for years from the trauma of what has happened.

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