Mickey Esposito, a lounge singer, and former supervisor of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department property room, is headed to prison.
Judge Steve Martin sentenced Esposito to six years in jail on charges of trafficking and theft for stealing Oxycodone, marijuana and jewelry and giving it to his wife and stepson to sell.
Esposito's wife, Allison Esposito, will serve four years in jail. Her son, sentenced last Thursday, got two years in prison.
This week Howard Wilkinson talks about Rand Paul's possible presidential bid and expanding gun rights in Ohio.
Update 3:36pm - The commission released the following statement:
The man behind Cincinnati's popular Banks development along the riverfront is officially moving on to something a little more challenging.
John Deatrick is taking over the Cincinnati Streetcar as the project executive. Challenging because the project and its funding remain hot-button issues.
Deatrick says he believes Cincinnati needs to repopulate its urban core, not only with people but also goods and services.
Would you like to hear the good news for Kentucky’s junior senator, Rand Paul, or the not-so-good news first?
Well, we don’t want to be accused of dwelling on the unpleasant, so we’ll start with the good news for Paul.
Paul, who rode the tea party wave to a seat in the U.S. Senate in 2010, is the front runner for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, according to one recent poll.