Hamilton County Coroner

Public Health
1:57 pm
Wed September 24, 2014

Chilling (but good) news for Hamilton County Coroner

Credit Sarah Ramsey

Replacement parts for 40-year-old body coolers are hard to find. But after some searching, Hamilton County officials have found the part needed to fix the broken compressor on the main body cooler in the coroner's office.

County Administrator Christian Sigman says the part was found in Louisville and costs $3,500, but it's the only one the company has. He says he hopes to have the cooler back in service by Friday. Sigman says the county will continue the search for a second part just in case something goes wrong with the back-up body cooler.

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Cincinnati Edition
4:00 am
Thu June 12, 2014

The reality of CSI: Cincinnati - a look at the Hamilton County Crime Lab

 

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Local News
1:59 pm
Wed January 29, 2014

Crime lab going to Mt. Airy, with or without board of elections

The Hamilton County coroner will get a long-awaited and expanded crime lab after the Hamilton County commissioners today accepted a gift of the former Mercy Mt. Airy Hospital.

Whether or not the Hamilton County Board of Elections goes along to the Kipling Road building remains to be seen.

The commissioners had until the end of the month to decide whether or not to accept Catholic Health Partner’s offer of the 500,000 square foot building and the surrounding land.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu January 23, 2014

Proposed Board of Elections, Crimb Lab Move

Hamilton County Coroner Dr. Lakshmi Kode Sammarco
Provided, Hamilton County Coroner

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Hamilton County Commission
1:29 pm
Wed January 22, 2014

Commission weighing Mt. Airy hospital offer

Hamilton County Commissioners continue to weigh an offer to turn the former Mercy Mount Airy hospital into a new crime lab.

Catholic Health Partners is willing to give the facility to the county for free and the county coroner says the cost to renovate the old hospital would be a lot less than building a whole new crime lab. To make the deal cost effective, however, the county wants to move the Board of Elections out there as well.

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