Cuyahoga County Prosecutor

"Justice delayed is justice denied." -- William E. Gladstone


Child Abuse/ Neglect  216.696.KIDS
Children Who Witness Violence  216.443.7345
Crime Stoppers  216.252.7463
Cuyahoga County Whistleblowers  216.698.2999
Domestic Violence Help  216.391.4357
Elder Abuse  216.420.6700
Environmental Crime  800.282.9378
MADD/Victim-Survivor Help  877.MADD.HELP
Ohio Consumer Protection  800.282.0515
Rape Crisis Center Help  216.619.6192
Suicide Prevention  216.623.6888

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News from the Prosecutor’s Office

Ex-Strongsville schools employee sent to prison after stealing from school district

A former maintenance foreman at Strongsville City Schools was sent to prison for nine months for stealing more than $64,000 in items from the suburban school system. more...

Mastermind, shooters get life in prison

The convicted mastermind of a deadly 2016 heist at Cooley Lounge and the two men who shot dead a beloved bartender there were sentenced to spend the rest of their lives in prison Thursday. more...

Jury Finds Brunson and Hollins on Guilty 22 Counts for Murder of Melissa Brinker

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael C. O’Malley announced that a jury has found Nigel Brunson and Anita Hollins guilty for the aggravated murder of 44-year-old Melissa Brinker and the armed robbery of several patrons at the Cooley Lounge in Cleveland.


Three Indicted for Shootout that Killed 9-Year-Old Saniyah Nicholson

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael C. O’Malley announced that a Grand Jury has indicted adults Ce’Matizea Andrews, Davontae Nettles, and Aaron George for the murder of 9-year-old Saniyah Nicholson. more...

Online Predators Arrested in 4-day Undercover Operation

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael C. O’Malley announced the arrest of 22 individuals as part of “Operation Memorial Dazed,” a four-day undercover operation led by the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (Ohio ICAC). The operation served to identify and arrest individuals interested in engaging in sexual activity with whom they believed to be minor children. more...