Bennett Haeberle,

Bennett Haeberle

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Bennett:

State threatens to revoke Sequel Pomegranate's license after staff restrains, hits child

The state agency that licenses Sequel Pomegranate is threatening to suspend patient admissions and revoke its license after state inspectors found that a nurse had improperly restrained, punched and kicked a child at the psychiatric hospital for teens, according to a letter obtained by 10 Investigates. → Read More

Vape shop owners say they too have been injured – by vaping news

New figures released Thursday show that there have been 39 deaths and more than 2,000 vaping-related lung injuries in the U.S., according to the CDC. → Read More

Vaping has increased 700% in Ohio schools since 2016

WBNS-TV’s investigative unit, 10 Investigates, in partnership with our TEGNA sister stations in Toledo (WTOL) and Cleveland (WKYC) reached out to more than 600 school districts across the state. → Read More

Husel approved for out-of-state travel for court hearing over lawsuit regarding legal costs

Husel must check in with pre-trial services before and after traveling to Michigan and provide an exact address of where he will be staying. → Read More

Ohio 20-year-old shares vaping story: "Almost dying — it was a huge wake-up call"

The Union County man is believed to be among the first confirmed vaping-related illness cases in Ohio. → Read More

2 vice officers recommended for termination earned more than $60K while on desk duty

10 Investigates has uncovered documents showing two former vice officers who were stripped of their badges and guns last year have earned more than $60,000 while assigned to desk duty. → Read More

CMS rescinds threat to pull federal funding from Sequel Pomegranate

The federal government is walking back its previous threat to pull federal funding from Sequel Pomegranate – a teen psychiatric facility and acute hospital that has been mired by allegations of violence and sexual abuse. → Read More

Franklin County mother sues JUUL, vape shop over twin daughters alleged addiction to vaping

The lawsuit alleges that the two teen girls – now 16 – became addicted to vaping with JUUL products when they were 13. → Read More

June trial date set for ex-Mount Carmel doctor Husel on 25 murder charges

Flanked by a new legal defense team and his wife, Dr. William Husel remained silent as he walked into a Franklin County courtroom Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

CMS threatened to pull Medicare funding from Sequel Pomegranate unless issues fixed

The youth psychiatric facility and acute hospital for teens ages 12 to 17 has said it has submitted a plan of correction and is awaiting approval from CMS. → Read More

What we know about the Dayton shooter

All week, 10 Investigates has been looking into the background of Connor Betts, who police say is responsible for the Dayton mass shooting that left nine dead. → Read More

Ex-girlfriend of Dayton shooter: There were warnings signs

Johnson told 10 Investigates that she met Betts in January while taking classes together at Sinclair College in Dayton. → Read More

Police serve warrant, questions linger near Dayton shooting suspect's home

Local authorities were assisting the FBI with a search warrant being executed at the home connected to Connor Betts, the 24-year old suspected gunman, who police say killed nine people and injured 27 in Dayton early Sunday morning. → Read More

Mayor Ginther says he trusts chief to make right call on any Columbus officer discipline

Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther says he trusts interim Police Chief Tom Quinlan to make the correct call when it comes to any discipline that five Columbus Division of Police officers could face over their arrest of adult film star Stormy Daniels. → Read More

Dr. Husel, Mount Carmel appeal judge’s denial of stay in wrongful death lawsuits

Attorneys for both Dr. Husel and Mount Carmel gave noticed that they were appealing Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Karen Phipps’ July ruling that denied a stay being issued in two of the wrongful death lawsuits. → Read More

State director describes Sequel Pomegranate as “clean, safe”; counters to records

Governor Mike DeWine acknowledged Thursday that it was reporting by 10 Investigates that prompted him to direct the head of a state agency to personally visit Sequel Pomegranate, a privately-run psychiatric and behavioral health treatment facility for teens. → Read More

State agency director tours Sequel Pomegranate after reports by 10 Investigates exposed problems

Governor Mike DeWine acknowledged Thursday that it was reporting by 10 Investigates that prompted him to direct the head of a state agency to personally visit Sequel Pomegranate, a privately-run psychiatric and behavioral health treatment facility for teens. → Read More

Governor DeWine says “system worked” to detect corrosion in state fair ride

The ride, operated by Kissel Entertainment, of Kentucky was “disqualified” by inspectors before anyone ever stepped foot on it, the state announced Thursday. → Read More

Violence, sexual abuse reported at other Sequel properties across the U.S.

Sequel Youth and Family Services operates 21 other secure facilities across the U.S. → Read More

Records: State, county knew of problems at Columbus psychiatric facility for teens

Child advocates, parents and former teenaged residents of the facility tell 10 Investigates that approach misses the larger picture – that the issues there are systemic. → Read More