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Lacey Crisp

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Columbus, OH, United States

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Past:
  • WTOL 11
  • FOX19
  • WBTV News
  • WAFB
  • KXXV News Channel 25
  • WIS News 10
  • newswest9
  • KCBD NewsChannel11
  • KOLD News 13
  • KSLA News 12

Recent articles by Lacey:

DEA says nearly all tested drugs contain fentanyl

Fentanyl is a cheaper synthetic, more potent pain reliever. It's 50 times more potent than heroin, and 100 times more potent than morphine. → Read More

Man arrested for stealing hundreds of checks from Columbus mailboxes

Police arrested 19-year-old Cody Beasley with bank fraud, stealing mail and forging checks from August to November. → Read More

Could a medallion be a key to solving a Franklin County woman's murder from 1992?

Amy Hooper was violently murdered in 1992, and her killer is still on the loose. → Read More

Hocking County woman killed by estranged husband had protective order, filed for divorce

Estranged husband who killed Natalie Nutter gave up weapons as a part of a protective order. → Read More

Huckleberry House lights up for teens in difficult situations this holiday season

Huckleberry House, with the help from AEP Ohio, decorated and lit the house in holiday lights. → Read More

Fired Columbus police officer accused of buying sex on duty to be reinstated

Randall Mayhew was fired from the Columbus Division of Police in August 2018 for dereliction of duty. → Read More

Residents get digital to improve neighborhood safety, deter porch pirates

What really works to protect your home and neighborhood? → Read More

Columbus police chief finalists share visions for department

The two finalists for police chief meet citizens at a public forum. → Read More

Trooper injured in wrong-way I-71 crash speaks on recovery, thanks those who helped him

Trooper Jason Phillips, who was injured in a fiery June crash, thanks those who played a role in saving his life. → Read More

DNA testing gives new hope nearly 40 years after death of woman, nephew

Will DNA technology help solve a case from 39 years ago? → Read More

Unruly kids continue to cause problems in Schiller Park neighborhood

A teenage boy was riding his bike through Schiller Park when he says a group of kids surrounded him and beat him up. → Read More

Neighbors say community needs to come together to combat violence after two teens shot

Two teens, in different parts of town, were injured over the weekend. → Read More

Businesses fear negative impact from teens causing issues near Schiller Park

Merion Village business owners concerned about unruly teens. → Read More

City announces 2 finalists for Columbus police chief

A decision for who will be named the new police chief in Columbus could be announced by the end of the year. → Read More

Franklin County deputy holds no grudge after being shot in face last month

Deputy Church was picking his dog up from the groomer and was stopped at the intersection of East North Broadway and Eisenhower Road when a suspect fired shots into the deputy’s car. → Read More

Franklin County Sheriff's Office says goodbye to fallen K-9 deputy

The 8 year-old Belgian Malinois K-9 had a sudden diagnosis of cancer around his heart and passed away. → Read More

DEA lab offers look into testing vape cartridges for THC

The DEA is trying to crack down on illegal vape cartridges. → Read More

Burglar breaks into Short North toy shop, steals Marvel figurines

Early Thursday morning, a burglar grabbed a brick and smashed it through the front glass door to the Short North toy shop. → Read More

Could a serial killer be responsible for a Circleville elementary teacher's murder?

Nearly 40 years after her death, Circleville police are still investigating a popular teacher's murder. → Read More

Non-profit looks to open drop-in center for women on Sullivant Avenue

Hannah Estabrook is planning on taking a run-down building and opening it up as a drop-in center for women to get off the streets. → Read More