BREAKING: Fostoria Pursuit Ends in Guns Drawn & Roll Over Crash on Rural Country Road

Around 3:30PM Saturday afternoon on June 30th Fostoria PD: was attempting to stop a black 4 door kia inside the city limits. The fled police at a high rate of speed nearly hitting children in town  until the vehicle lost control on the near 90 degree curve on Stoner Rd.

According to scanner traffic both the driver and the passenger were arrested. The driver was transported to Fostoria Community Hospital with an active warrant.  The passenger was taken in to FPD. The investigation in Fostoria will be handled by FPD.

 

Chronic Pain: Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment

Chronic Pain: Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment

Symptoms

  • Chronic pain is often defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. Whereas acute pain is a normal sensation that alerts us to possible injury, chronic pain is very different. Chronic pain persists—often for months or even longer.
  • Chronic pain may arise from an initial injury, such as a back sprain, or there may be an ongoing cause, such as illness. However, there may also be no clear cause. Other health problems, such as fatigue, sleep disturbance, decreased appetite, and mood changes, often accompany chronic pain. Chronic pain may limit a person’s movements, which can reduce flexibility, strength, and stamina. This difficulty in carrying out important and enjoyable activities can lead to disability and despair.

Diagnosis

  • Pain is a very personal and subjective experience. There is no test that can measure and locate pain with precision.  So, health professionals rely on the patient’s own description of the type, timing, and location of pain. Defining pain as sharp or dull, constant or on-and-off, or burning or aching may give the best clues to the cause of the pain. These descriptions are part of what is called the pain history, taken during the start of the evaluation of a patient with pain.
  • Since chronic pain may occur in a variety of locations in the body and for many different reasons, patients and their health professionals need to work together to identify the causes and symptoms of that pain and how it can be relieved.
  • Although technology can help health professionals form a diagnosis, the best treatment plans are tailored to the person, with input from healthcare team members, who each have different training backgrounds and understand chronic pain. The person with pain and his or her loved ones also must be actively involved in the treatment.

Treatment

With chronic pain, the goal of treatment is to reduce pain and improve function, so the person can resume day-to-day activities. Patients and their healthcare providers have a number of options for the treatment of pain. Some are more effective than others. Whatever the treatment plan, it is important to remember that chronic pain usually cannot be cured, but it can be managed. The following treatments are among the most common ways to manage pain. Visit Chandler’s Top Pain Management Clinic today!

Medications, acupuncture, electrical stimulation, nerve blocks, or surgery are some treatments used for chronic pain. Less invasive psychotherapy, relaxation therapies, biofeedback, and behavior modification may also be used to treat chronic pain. These methods can be powerful and effective in some people. When it comes to chronic pain treatment, many people find adding complementary or alternative  medicine (CAM) approaches can provide additional relief. These may include tai chi, acupuncture, meditation, massage therapies, and similar treatments.

Self-management of chronic pain holds great promise as a treatment approach. In self-management programs, the individual patient becomes an active participant in his or her pain treatment—engaging in problem-solving, pacing, decision-making, and taking actions to manage their pain. Although self-management programs can differ, they have some common features. Their approach is that the person living with pain needs help learning to think, feel, and do better, despite the persistence of pain. Improving communication with the healthcare provider is part of that empowerment.
Through NIH-supported research, starting successful self-management programs has reduced many barriers to effective pain management, regardless of the underlying conditions. Individuals who participate in these programs have significantly increased their ability to cope with pain. They improve their ability to be active, healthy, and involved members of their communities. In fact, new research suggests that the best self-management programs teach people different ways of thinking about and responding to pain, making their actions to relieve it more effective.

DEA’s Cannabis Death by Overdose Rate in Findlay, OH – TRUTH EXPOSED

Cannabis connoisseurs have been saying for years that marijuana is a safer recreational substance than alcohol. Now they can use the DEA to back up their argument.

No deaths from overdose of marijuana have been reported,” the DEA wrote in the 2017 resource guide titled Drugs of Abuse. The guide offers the lay of the land in terms of illicit drug consumption across America today. The fact that there are no reported deaths due to cannabis overdose means that marijuana is demonstrably safer than liquor, which causes approximately 6 deaths every day due to alcohol poisoning.

The guide also noted that the effects of cannabis included “merriment,” “happiness,” “enhanced sensory perception,” “increased appreciation of music, art and touch,” and “heightened imagination.”

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Possession of 100 grams of Marijuana or Less in Ohio Carries No Jail Time

Possession of 100 grams of Marijuana or Less in Ohio Carries No Jail Time

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Marijuana Possession without a medical licence is decriminalized in the state of Ohio. Which means one can posses 100 Grams or 3.5 Onces of weed with a maximum fine of $150. No jail time or convictions come with this penalty. This is one step closer to recreational legalization in Ohio.

In Ohio, it is a crime to intentionally or knowingly possess marijuana (except for persons authorized to possess medical marijuana). Like many other states, the penalties for possessing marijuana (sale, cultivation or possession of paraphernalia are not discussed in this article) depend on the amount of the drug possessed. Generally, possession penalties are as follows:

  • Up to 100 grams: The Ohio legislature has decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana. Violations in this range are minor misdemeanors, meaning that there is no jail time involved and convictions are not included on a person’s a criminal record. However, violators may be fined up to $150.
  • 100 to 200 grams: Possession of marijuana in this weight range carries a misdemeanor charge with fines up to $250 and up to 30 days of incarceration.
  • 200 to 1,000 grams: Possession of this amount and above is a felony charge. Violators face fines of up to $2,500 and 1 year in jail.
  • 1,000 to 20,000 grams: Penalties include fines of between $5,000 and $10,000 and up to five years in prison.
  • 20,000 to 40,000 grams: Penalties include a minimum of five years in prison (maximum of eight years) and between $7,500 and $15,000 in fines.
  • 40,000 grams or more: Violators may be fined between $10,000 and $20,000 and incarceration for a minimum of eight years.

In addition to the above penalties, persons convicted of possessing more than 100 grams of marijuana face suspension of their drivers’ licenses for up to five years (minimum of six months). 

Medical marijuana

Like a growing number of states, Ohio has legalized the possession of medical marijuana. Accordingly, persons possessing marijuana in compliance with the requirements of Ohio’s medical marijuana laws, or the laws of another state (e.g. possessing an out-of-state medical marijuana card), may possess up to a 90-day supply of marijuana (the actual amount has not been defined) without fear of a possession conviction.

However, Ohio’s medical marijuana laws offer no defense against charges for operating a vehicle while under the influence (OVI) of marijuana. This means that medical marijuana users can still be charged and convicted of OVI if caught driving while under the influence of their prescribed marijuana.

If you are charged with marijuana possession, it is important to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney can help reduce the severity of the charges you face and help you obtain the best available outcome.

FBI Raids Findlay Man’s Apartment for Child Porn Crimes

The FBI & DEA raided Robert C. Sams apartment at 340 East Hardin St, Findlay, OH 45840 for child porn related crimes. The Findlay man indicted on 15 child pornography charges is a Hancock Park District employee who was put on administrative leave this afternoon.

Hancock County Prosecutor Phil Riegle says Sams had “child pornography in the form of both videos and photos” on a device in his home. Riegle says Sams downloaded the material from the internet.

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661-469-8014 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

661-469-8014 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

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661-469-8014 has been reported as a phone number used in telephone scams. We called the number back and it goes to a fake “remove from call list” computer.

 

 

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(347) 706-4838 – 3477064838 – SPAMMER / SCAM

(347) 706-4838 – 3477064838 – SPAMMER / SCAM

3477064838 is linked to a spammer calling people claiming to be with multiples companies. If you call back some Indian mother fucker answers and says “IT Support….Hello?….Hello?”

Comment below if you also have received a spam call from them.

360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS





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360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

CALL FROM: 3606639001

CALLER: Unknown

REPORTED EMAILS LINKED TO THIS #

* alicedaviesloansplc.1@gmail.com
* grohldave558@gmail.com
* grohldavee@gmail.com
* info@alsaedhassan.com
* linsay@mail.uoguelph.ca
* loanservice.dept@outlook.com
* swiftloanservice2@gmail.com

6 Oct 2016
called – no message
didn’t pick up as don’t know anyone in Enumclaw WA
Reply!
7 Oct 2016
Business scammers – looking to get you a loan and assist you with quality management.
Caller: Quality Management Services
Call type: Telemarketer

11 Oct 2016
Same call about once a week. I’m on the do not call registry but….
Reply!
Plumbing Business
12 Oct 2016
They called at 10am on a wednesday. I answer, but no reply was given.
Caller: 360-663-9001
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12 Oct 2016
“Spam: “You qualify for $250,000 business loan.”
Caller: Didn’t wait to hear.
Call type: Telemarketer

13 Oct 2016
Telemarketer – “Congratulations, your business has been approved for a $250k loan…”
Call type: Telemarketer

13 Oct 2016
Called, no message, looked number up, its a scam…smh
Caller: None
Reply!

13 Oct 2016
Don’t answer…report Pro Cash, Ravensdale WA. Download CallerSmart on your phone. You can find out exactly who is harassing you.
Caller: Pro Cash
Call type: Telemarketer

14 Oct 2016
CALLS DAILY AND THROUGHOUT THE DAY USING DIFFERENT NUMBERS FROM DIFFERENT STATES. “BUSINESS LOAN”
360-663-9001/Washington, 323-540-5157/California, 386-854-9575/Florida, 440-252-9587/Ohio, 828-386-9038/North Carolina, 302-202-1110/Delaware,
Caller: You Qualify for a business loan
Call type: Telemarketer

20 h 0 min ago
Yay! it was blocked!
Caller: scam
2 h 21 min ago
Telemarketer
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4803518997 – 480-351-8997 – SPAM

4803518997 – 480-351-8997 – SPAM




This number calls over and over again and never stops. When you try and call back nobody will answer. STOP CALLING! Please leave a reply below if you have recieved a call from 4803518997.

480-351-8997 – SPAM