Thursday, March 11, 2004

Public safety briefs

Clermont investigating two sexual assaults

FELICITY - Clermont County sheriff's deputies are investigating two reported sexual assaults in this small Clermont County village that occurred within a week.

In each case, an intruder got into a home and assaulted a young female resident, said Clermont County Sheriff A.J. "Tim" Rodenberg.

The first assault happened March 2 when a man entered a home and sexually assaulted a sleeping 12-year-old girl, authorities said. A purse also was taken and was found near the home.

The second assault occurred four days later and involved an 18-year-old victim.

The locations of the attacks were not released.

It remains unclear if the incidents are related, authorities said.

No description of the suspects was available.

Ohio Supreme Court suspends attorney

LEBANON - The law license of Lebanon attorney Christopher T. Travis has been suspended for at least a year, the Ohio Supreme Court announced Wednesday.

The court voted 7-0 to adopt findings by the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline that Travis violated multiple professional rules when he failed to file briefs or to take other required actions in 28 appellate cases from 1998 to 2001.

The court stayed a second year's suspension on conditions.

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