Cuyahoga County

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The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office strives to be responsive to requests from news organizations about its cases and policy initiatives.

Contacts

Lexi Giering 
Communications Specialist
216.443.7488 
agiering@prosecutor.cuyahogacounty.us

 

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News from the Prosecutor’s Office

Press Releases

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Two Women Indicted for Several Robberies in Lakewood and Cleveland Area Including Robbery at Happy’s Pizza in November 2021

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Garfield Heights Woman Indicted for Murder of Cleveland Police Officer Shane Bartek

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Newly Awarded $700,000 Grant Will Help Enhance the Cuyahoga County Crime Gun Intelligence Center

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G.O.L.D. Unit Utilizes Genealogical Testing to Identify Three More Sexual Assault “20 Most Wanted” DNA Profiles

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Cleveland Attorney Indicted for Forging Court Documents

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In The News

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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...

8 Year Sentence for Former Scout Leader, Auxiliary Officer, for Sexually Assaulting Boy Scout

A man who served as an assistant scout master and auxiliary police officer will spend eight years in prison for sexually assaulting a Boy Scout. more...

Eight Year Sentence for Fatal Hit-and-Run

A 23-year-old Garfield Heights woman was sentenced to eight years in prison Thursday for the November hit-and-run death of a 9-year-old Euclid girl who was walking to school. more...

Former Strongsville City Schools Employee Indicted

A former Strongsville City Schools employee is facing theft charges after investigators with the Auditor of State’s office tracked more than $65,000 worth of school district property to his residence. more...