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March 3, 2011

In a Memorandum titled "Open Carry Protocol" issued on February 18, 2010, Greene County Prosecutor Stephen Haller issued an opinion directed to all police departments in Greene County, explaining the legality of openly carrying firearms without a permit, and the refusal to provide identification when police officers demand.  This Memo was issued as a result of my own recent interaction with several Beavercreek Police Officers which approached me, harassed me and attempted to intimidate me into idenfifying myself to them inspite of the ilegality of doing so.

February 14, 2011

February 4, 2011, Xenia, Ohio

Today John Mitchel, former Republican candidate for Ohio’s Seventh Congressional District, filed suit (Case No: 2011-CV-0114) in Greene County Common Pleas Court to remove County Prosecutor Stephen K. Haller.  Mitchel alleges Haller practiced “gross misconduct” in the manner in which he defended himself and other Greene County Republican Executive Committee members in a public records request action filed in May 2009.  Mitchel also claims that Haller conspired with an assistant prosecutor to withhold public records related to the 2003 BRAC Initiative Agreement contract between Greene County and the Dayton Development Coalition.

February 4, 2011, Xenia, Ohio

July 9, 2010

A City of Xenia councilman is now the subject of an investigation by the Greene County Prosecutor's office after what appears to have been a road-rage incident in which the councilman followed a car through city streets and eventually stopped the vehicle and displayed a silver badge to the occupants.

A City of Xenia councilman is now the subject of an investigation by the Greene County Prosecutor's office after what appears to have been a road-rage incident in which the councilman followed a car through city streets and eventually stopped the vehicle and displayed a silver badge to the occupants.