Archive - Jun 23, 2011 - News Article
When reflecting on the past couple of months, Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock offers this simple maxim about people intending to experiment with âbath saltsâ â âdonât do it, donât do it, donât do it.â
Bath salts, which are a product with no real practical use, are a synthetic hallucinative drug, which can be snorted, injected, ingested or smoked and are legal in Ohio â for now. An amendment to the stateâs biennial operations budget bill would make them illegal with its passage.
A local dancing celebrity will be returning home to host a dance workshop to raise funds for his alma mater.
A âDance Worshop with Kent Boydâ is scheduled be held at 6 p.m. July 12 at Botkins High School with the proceeds to benefit the Botkins Music Boosters.
âItâs a good way to give back to the school,â Kent Boydâs mother, Lori Boyd said. âKent was very active in choir in high school.â
Boyd said her son recently held a dance workshop in Fort Wayne, ind., around Easter and she attended the event to help him sell t-shirts. She thought the workshop was a neat idea.
The office of the Waynesfield Baptist Church was reportedly broken into overnight Monday.
The burglary is believed to have occurred between 9:15 p.m. Monday and 9:15 a.m. Tuesday at the church, located at 512 N. Westminster St., Waynesfield, according to a deputyâs report from the Auglaize County Sheriffâs Office.
Beth Hudson, 208 S. Westminster St., reported it.
No additional information was available on the incomplete report.
â˘ A Wapakoneta woman reported problems with telecommunication harassment between 8:35 and 9:50 p.m. Tuesday.