Kevin Grasha, Enquirer

Kevin Grasha

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Kevin:

Why a Hamilton County judge released from prison a man who shot someone in the head

Judge Jennifer Branch said she believes Danny Aria won’t commit future crimes, “given the advanced stage of his cancer" and other physical problems. → Read More

Prosecutor: Chinese government at center of espionage case involving GE Aviation

China relies on spies “to steal what they cannot develop themselves," Assistant U.S. Attorney Emily Glatfelter said. → Read More

Trial set to begin for accused Chinese spy who prosecutors say recruited GE Aviation employee

One of Yanjun Xu’s duties was to obtain technical information, including trade secrets, from aviation and aerospace companies, prosecutors say. → Read More

Documents: As 2019 Wingstop robbery unfolded, police were waiting in parking lot

The plan involved four people, including a store manager who was working the night of the robbery, prosecutors said. → Read More

Former UC player Ruben Patterson indicted in $4 million NBA health plan fraud scheme

Officials said the false claims totaled $3.9 million, and the plan paid out $2.5 million to the defendants. → Read More

Ex-president of Blue Ash company that ran nursing homes sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison

Harold Sosna, 68, pleaded guilty in October 2020 to bank fraud. → Read More

3 indicted in March fatal shooting of transgender woman in Clifton

On March 3 just before 4 a.m., Diamond Kyree Sanders was found shot in the parking lot of an apartment building on Morrison Avenue. → Read More

Uncle of victim tells man convicted in Lockland murder: 'I don't hate you. I have pity for you'

Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Wende Cross sentenced George Davis to 25 years to life in prison → Read More

Attorney for hospital employees wants judge to reconsider upholding vaccine mandate

A motion for reconsideration filed Tuesday accuses U.S. District Judge David Bunning of adopting “the political position of the left." → Read More

Ruling on St. Elizabeth Healthcare vaccine mandate expected by Friday

The hospital group’s more than 10,000 employees are required to be vaccinated by Oct. 1 or obtain a medical or religious exemption. → Read More

Green Township man found not guilty in rape of transgender woman

A Hamilton County judge on Wednesday found Adonas Hicks not guilty of all four charges he faced in one case → Read More

Federal judge to hear challenge to Northern Kentucky hospital group's vaccine mandate

The hospital group’s more than 10,000 employees are required to be vaccinated by Oct. 1, or obtain a medical or religious exemption. → Read More

Judge: Race- and sex-based hiring goals at Cincinnati Police Department unconstitutional

The city failed to show a compelling governmental interest to justify continuing race- or sex-based hiring and promotional goals, judge says. → Read More

Ex-Talbert House employee in sex abuse case admits he 'crossed that adult-child line'

Prosecutors accused Kenneth Hackett of “grooming” the girl and her mother, so he could get exclusive time with the girl. → Read More

'We want to win': Lawsuit alleging COVID-19 vaccine conspiracy by hospitals dropped again

A separate lawsuit against St. Elizabeth Healthcare, filed in federal court in Covington, is proceeding. Oral arguments are set for Sept. 22. → Read More

7 now convicted in massive drug, money laundering case with links to Mexican cartel

The case involves more than $3 million in drug money, officials say. → Read More

Ex-Bengal Antwan Odom among 15 former NFL players convicted in $2.5 million fraud scheme

Prosecutors say the scheme defrauded a health care benefit program for retired players out of $2.5 million. → Read More

Officials: Sex trafficking sting leads to 46 arrests in Kentucky, 21 victims rescued

Many of those arrested were men who responded to online ads for sex, court documents say. → Read More

Hamilton County judge rescinds order requiring man to get COVID-19 vaccine

Brandon Rutherford's attorney, Carl Lewis, argued that a judge doesn't have the power or authority to order someone to be vaccinated. → Read More

Eric Deters: COVID-19 lawsuits dismissed voluntarily, will be refiled

Lawsuits against the six Cincinnati-area hospital groups sought to stop them from requiring employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More