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At around 3 p.m. first responders were called to the scene of a two-car crash. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a red Toyota was traveling westbound on Harding Highway, when a silver Chevy traveling southbound on South Hardin Road failed to stop at a stop sign. The Toyota hit the Chevy, went through a parking lot, and came to a stop after hitting a fence. The driver of the Toyota was sent to the hospital with minor injuries. The crash remains under investigation.

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A Harrod woman has been indicted in Logan County from stealing from her place of employment over a ten year period.

Jill Miller was indicted on two counts of aggravated theft and one count each of identity theft and forgery. Court documents state Miller stole more than $724,000 while working as the financial manager at Maple Leaf Family and Sports Medicine in Bellefontaine. Between January 2010 and July 2019. Miller allegedly used cash deposits and check payments to steal money, going as far as forging checks with a doctor's signature stamp. Miller was issued a summons to appear in court.

As you enter the village of Harrod, you might notice something a little out of the ordinary. Just about everything has been given a pair of eyes and a mask, from bushes, to mailboxes, and even a helicopter. The idea came from the Auglaize Township Historical Society, who wanted to make people smile and give them something to do amid a time of social distancing.

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A crash near Harrod this evening lands one man in handcuffs. Around 8:30 p.m. Monday, first responders were called to a crash on Harding Highway. On arrival, they discovered a car had veered off the road and hit a mailbox, before resting in front of a telephone pole. No one was transported but a man was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle while impaired. The crash remains under investigation.

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Allen East students took an afternoon to see how the decision to drink underage can spark a chain reaction. The national Students Against Destructive Decisions organization brought the underage drinking prevention presentation The Smashed Project to the school as a part of a pilot program to use theater to show students what they can do if they find themselves having to make a decision involving alcohol.