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A Stark County woman who was accused of robbing four banks in Ohio, including one in Findlay has pleaded guilty to the charges in federal court.

41-year-old Fellicia Smith admitted to four counts of bank robbery in an Akron federal court this week.

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The City of Findlay will soon say goodbye to their first female mayor as she moves to a new post within the state government.
As Governor-elect Mike DeWine and he lieutenant Jon Husted take on their newly elected positions in the state capitol, they’re bringing a familiar Findlay face with them.
Mayor Lydia Mihalik has been appointed to join their team as the new Director of the Development Services Agency.
“This is a great time in the State of Ohio’s history,” said Mihalik. “I believe that we have an opportunity to be transformative and very ambitious which is only going to be great for the state. I’m happy too be a part of what is turning out to be a stellar team and looking forward to seeing what he do together."

Officers in Findlay were sent to Walmart early Tuesday morning on a report of a theft in progress and the call led to a chase. Kaleb Redman and Michelle Snyder allegedly fled south on Interstate 75 where they were located near the intersection of I-75 and W. Main cross street. An officer attempted to stop the suspects but they fled southbound on I-75.