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Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency Again Recognized for Excellence

Once again the Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency was recognized for "Best Performance in Support Order Establishment" in the medium caseload division from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services for the sixth consecutive year. Speaker of the House of Representatives Cliff Rosenberger and Representative Scott Wiggam recently issued a certificate to the agency applauding it for its recent honor and saluting those who have contributed to its success.

Claren Gets Life Without Parole

By STEVEN F. HUSZAI / Staff Writer

Posted Aug 24, 2017 at 12:00 PM

  

WOOSTER — In all his years as a prosecutor, Mike Rickett told the court, he has never seen a defendant more “callous” and “manipulative” than Paul Claren.

“It is clear that this defendant has a history of retaliating ... the defendant has such hate in his heart,” Rickett said, during Claren’s sentencing Thursday morning.

Claren was given life in prison without the chance for parole by Judge Mark K. Wiest.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - SUPERVISING ATTORNEY AT WCCSEA

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - SUPERVISING ATTORNEY AT WCCSEA

The Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency is seeking to fill an opening for a Supervising Attorney. This position is full-time, unclassified, and FLSA exempt. Wayne County benefits, including health insurance, life insurance, vacation and sick leave, are available. The starting wage for this position is $46,377.76 to $48,629.80 after successful completion of the probationary period.

SEEKING AN ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

The Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney is seeking an assistant prosecuting attorney. Duties will primarily include prosecuting misdemeanor cases in the Wayne County Municipal Court. However, the successful applicant may also be called upon from time to time to fill other duties that accompany being an assistant prosecuting attorney in the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Convictions in Wayne County Common Pleas Court for Week of March 11, 2013

A criminal defendant has to have been sentenced before he or she is considered “convicted” of a criminal offense in the State of Ohio.  Below are the convictions that took place in the Wayne County Common Pleas Court for the week of March 11, 2013.  The Common Pleas Court has jurisdiction over felony-level offenses that take place in Wayne County.

DAVID D HARDEN – 12-CR-0252 –  Criminal Damaging 2909.06(A)(1) - M2.  Found guilty by Judge Spitler.  Sentenced to 90 days, suspended; 1 year Community Control; $200 fine; and 40 hours Community Service.
 

Convictions in Wayne County Common Pleas Court for the Week of March 4, 2013

A criminal defendant has to have been sentenced before he or she is considered “convicted” of a criminal offense in the State of Ohio.  Below are the convictions that took place in the Wayne County Common Pleas Court for the week of March 4, 2013.  The Common Pleas Court has jurisdiction over felony-level offenses that take place in Wayne County.

John Miller – 12-CR-0317 – Attempted Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle(M1) –Found guilty by Judge Weist.  Costs.