Thursday, August 26, 2004

Cleves man, 24, dies in single-car crash

Public safety notes

The Enquirer

MIAMI TOWNSHIP - A 24-year-old Cleves man died Wednesday morning after he was in a crash in western Hamilton County.

Jordan Huebner was pronounced dead at University Hospital about 9:20 a.m.

Huebner was driving a 1991 Chevrolet Camaro that crashed at 2:40 a.m. westbound in the 7900 block of Ohio 264.

Huebner lost control on a curve and the car went off the right side of the road, police said. Huebner steered back onto the road but overcorrected and the car struck a utility pole, then flipped.

Huebner, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the car.

Woman charged after man fatally stabbed

READING - A woman was charged with murder and aggravated robbery Wednesday in the stabbing death of man in his Reading Road apartment.

Johnetta Gooden, 23, who has no permanent address, was charged in the death of Carlo Daniel, 46, of the 9100 block of Reading Road, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and Reading police said.

Daniel's body, which had multiple stab wounds, was discovered Monday night in his second-floor apartment, the sheriff's office said. A joint investigation by the two agencies led them to Gooden, the sheriff's office said.

Ex-prison guard gets 2 years in drug scheme

LEBANON - Todd Allen Austin, 42, of Dayton was sentenced in Warren County Common Pleas Court Wednesday to two years behind bars for a scheme to sell marijuana in a state prison.

Austin, who was indicted in February, had been a guard at the Warren Correctional Institution in Turtlecreek Township.

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