Kevin Grasha, Enquirer

Kevin Grasha

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Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Kevin:

How Roger Owensby Jr.'s death in police custody decades ago led to change in Cincinnati

The deaths of Roger Owensby Jr. and 12 other black men at the hands of police led Cincinnati to reform its police department. → Read More

Order: No jury trials in Hamilton County until after July 1

The measures are in response to “the continued threat to public safety posed by the COVID-19 pandemic." → Read More

Two juveniles at Hamilton County detention center test positive for coronavirus

Both are in medical isolation at the Mount Auburn facility. → Read More

Appeals court: Crime victims have constitutional right to restitution

The decision was hailed as a major victory by supporters of Marsy’s Law, which says victims have a right to full and timely restitution. → Read More

Self-proclaimed 'nudist' who raped children, created child porn sentenced to 74 years

Joseph Suder argued that he was a "nudist," and that the photos were consistent with his beliefs. → Read More

Appeals court upholds sentence of 221 years plus 4 life prison terms for child rapist

Herman See sexually abused the three girls over 15 years. They were children when the abuse happened, but adults when they testified at trial. → Read More

Lawsuit: Primavista among thousands of businesses in 'wide-scale' denial of COVID-19 coverage

The Cincinnati Insurance Company has refused to pay claims for businesses forced to shut down due to the COVID-19 outbreak, a lawsuit says. → Read More

Masks, temperature checks now required at all Hamilton County court buildings

It's a response to "the continued threat to public safety caused by the COVID-19 crisis" and recent directives from the Ohio Supreme Court and state. → Read More

Employee at Hamilton County's juvenile detention center tests positive for the coronavirus

The youth center's residents have been deemed "at low risk for COVID-19 infection, based on the employee's level of contact with them." → Read More

Man accused of assaulting courthouse employee was there for sex offender verification

Within seconds of the attack, deputies subdued and arrested Tameed Moshay, officials said. → Read More

Downtown federal courthouse closed after security officer tests positive for coronavirus

The unnamed officer last worked in the building on Sunday morning and became symptomatic that evening. → Read More

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announces pay cuts, furloughs in wake of budget crisis

It's an unprecedented action for the prosecutor's office and will impact more than 190 employees, officials said. → Read More

Judge: Hamilton County jail deputies who tested positive for coronavirus work same shift in same area

The jail also has eight inmates in isolation, according to a sheriff's office spokesman who emphasized that no inmates have tested positive. → Read More

Virtual courtrooms could be the new normal amid coronavirus pandemic

The goal is to practice social distancing in an institution whose rules. traditions and norms aren't designed for that. → Read More

Police: They claimed to work for Florida company, went door-to-door, violating stay-at-home order

The two women and four men were arrested Tuesday in Springfield Township. → Read More

Prosecutors: City's third double homicide this month happened during drug deal

According to court documents, Dwayne Harris shot Jasmine Malone and Jeffrey Duke II in the backs of their heads. → Read More

Deters: Parolee went on 'spree killing,' fatally shooting two women, two men

One of Alto Miles' victims, 35-year-old Tasia Mason, was his former girlfriend, prosecutors said. → Read More

Deters: After crash, man who killed Springdale Officer Kaia Grant shot himself in the head

Prosecutor Joe Deters said the impact of the crash activated Officer Kaia Grant's body camera, and a single gunshot can be heard. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: Temperature check now required for entry to Hamilton County Courthouse

The order signed Monday applies to both courthouse employees and the public. → Read More

BCI seeks tips on 'suspicious activity involving Michael Mearan,' subject of sex trafficking investigation

Anyone with information about suspicious activity involving Michael Mearan is asked to call 1-855-224-6446 or file a tip anonymously online. → Read More