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Logan Man Charged with 3 DUI's in 48 Hours Sentenced to 6 Months In Jail

30 April 2013 Published in News
A prison sentence of up to five years for Logan man, Daniel Kropf, who was charged last July with driving under the influence of opiates on three separate occasions within a 48 hour time period, was suspended yesterday afternoon and instead he has been sentenced to six months in jail with work release eligibility after 30 days and credit for the 26 days he spent in jail last summer. Kropf plead guilty in March to his class B misdemeanor DUI and a third degree felony DUI in a plea negotiation with prosecutors. Just hours prior to his first of three DUI arrests on July 8, 2012, he was involved in an accident in the parking lot of the Providence Maverik. As Kropf pulled around the building in his large truck, towing his 26-foot flatbed trailer, the trailer got caught on a dumpster, pushing it against a nearby shed, and pinning store clerk, Joseph White,…

WKYC-TV Reports: Clyde: Lawyers Decline to Release 'Cancer Cluster' Tests

09 April 2013 Published in Blog
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Attorney Alan Mortensen Reports Dust Testing Has Revealed Something Significant in Clyde Cancer Cluster

09 April 2013 Published in Blog
Alan W. Mortensen, of Dewsnup, King & Olsen, who represents 12 Clyde area families whose loved ones have been sickened or even killed by various types of cancer, held a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2013, to discuss the results from the recent dust testing done in the homes of his clients. Mr. Mortensen reported that the results of the dust tests done within six local homes have turned up significant results in their search for answers as to what has been the cause behind nearly 40 Clyde area children developing pediatric cancers over the past decade. Mr. Mortensen and the firm of Dewsnup, King & Olsen has hired chemists and toxicologists in an attempt to further make sense of the results.  

NTSB Issues Five Safety Alerts to Improve General Aviation Safety

18 March 2013 Published in Blog
  On March 12, 2013, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued five Safety Alerts that focus on the most common and frequent general aviation accidents. Each year, around 475 pilots and passengers are killed and hundreds more injured in general aviation accidents in the United States, this is why General Aviation Safety is of high priority to the NTSB.