Bennett Haeberle, 10TV.com

Bennett Haeberle

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Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Bennett:

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

Stores deny allegations of price gouging after Dayton-area tornadoes

A month after an EF-4 tornado ravaged the city of Dayton and surrounding communities, it’s clear that recovery could take some time. → Read More

30th wrongful death lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel, Husel

The lawsuit alleges that a patient in 2017 received a lethal dose of fentanyl in combination with other drugs versed and hydromorphone. → Read More

Parents of Reagan Tokes prepare to remind lawmakers of “flawed system”

Reagan Tokes, an Ohio State senior, was kidnapped, raped and murdered by a convicted sex offender, Brian Golsby, in February of 2017. → Read More

Family of Legionella patient who died plans to sue Mount Carmel

Jeff Rezes lost his mom, Deanna, earlier this month. She was one of 16 people who contracted Legionnaires' disease after visiting Mount Carmel Grove City hospital. → Read More

2nd lawsuit filed after Mount Carmel Grove City Legionella outbreak

A second lawsuit has been filed — and a third is pending — after a recent Legionella bacteria outbreak at Mount Carmel Grove City hospital. → Read More

New wrongful death lawsuit filed against Husel, Mount Carmel

A new wrongful death lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel Health System and Dr. William Husel involves a previously unidentified patient. → Read More

Lawsuit filed over Legionnaires' outbreak at Mount Carmel Grove City

A new lawsuit filed by Pickaway County man, Martin Brown, claims that Mount Carmel Grove City did not do enough to address the outbreak of the bacteria. → Read More

Family of Reagan Tokes turns to state Supreme Court for ruling on lawsuit

The Tokes have argued in court filings that the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation was negligent in that it failed to adequately monitor Tokes’ killer, Brian Golsby. → Read More

Brother of Mount Carmel patient “angered, frustrated” by months of lack of answers

For the past four months, Albert Bellisari has been reliving his sister Joanne’s death. → Read More

10 Investigates finds millions of dollars in ‘overpayments’ given to daycares across Ohio

The state is attempting to get back $5.5 million and that may be a conservative estimate not accounting for all the suspected fraud out there. → Read More