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A cause of death has not been identified, with investigators waiting on a toxicology report following an autopsy. They do say that Hernandez did not die at the scene, and they need answers as to where and why he died. They also want to find out who placed him at the cemetery. Anyone with information that might assist investigators is asked to contact the Paulding County Sheriff's Office or leave an anonymous tip on their website.

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32-year-old Charles Brown appeared in Paulding County Municipal Court Wednesday morning, and was charged with felonious assault and using weapons while intoxicated. His bond was set at $50,000. He was arrested after being accused of shooting 37-year-old Dustin Dobbelaere outside of an Oakwood bar in the early morning hours of September 6th. Dobbelaere is currently in Parkview Hospital and his condition is unknown.

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Testing will be done Dec. 30 at the Paulding County Fairgrounds. People will be directed to the OSU extension building. Anyone can go get a test at no cost and you don't need an order from your doctor. Coronavirus testing will be done from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is the third pop-up site this month in northwest central Ohio.

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The “Save by the Belt” Club is a joint effort with the Ohio Department of Public Safety and over 400 law enforcement agencies in the state. It brings awareness to accidents that could have turned out worse if seat belts were not worn. In 2019, over 450 Ohioans were killed in traffic crashes where a seat belt was not used.

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A plane crashed in Paulding County right after taking off from a private runway and it's now being investigated. It happened Friday afternoon around 3:30 in Brown Township in rural Oakwood. The sheriff's office says the plane went down in a plowed field on the east side of Road 163, north of 138. The pilot, Dustin Dobbelaere, was the only person inside and he was life-flighted to a Fort Wayne hospital. The severity of his injuries aren't clear. An investigation was launched between several agencies.

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On Wednesday, the Allen County Commissioners voted to move forward with a motion for a temporary restraining order on the County Commissioners Association of Ohio. The director of that organization has threatened to revoke the county's insurance coverage. Allen and Paulding counties, as well as six others, are members of CORSA, the organization within the CCAO that provides property and liability insurance. To be in CORSA you must be in good standing with the CCAO. The director has notified these nine counties they aren't in good standing and the Allen County prosecutor and commissioners aren't sure why.