Read full story here... Stand-your-ground legislation is making a comeback at the Statehouse. The proposal would allow gun owners to use deadly force against would-be assailants in self-defense and eliminate the duty under current law to retreat before using force. “We want to eliminate your duty to retreat when you are under threat of violent
Crime has fallen dramatically this year in the city of Dayton, sparking speculation about what factors could be driving the welcomed trend.Dayton police through the end of July received 1,200 fewer reports of property crimes and 380 fewer reports of violent crimes compared to the same period in 2016. Full story here.
Community-Police Relations Coordinator Jared Grandy sits down With Maytal Levi from WDTN to discuss local community police relations. Full Story Here