Hundreds gathered for the annual Ride for the Dulles event on Saturday. The motorcycle ride is in honor of Sgt. Brian Dulle who died in the line of duty on May 10 of last year. Riders met at the HarleyFull Story >
Hundreds gathered for the annual Ride for the Dulles event on Saturday.Full Story >
LEBANON, OH (FOX19) - Throughout the City of Lebanon are reminders of the sacrifice law enforcement officers give every day. Sgt. Brian Dulle was killed one year ago while deploying stop-sticks to stopFull Story >
Sgt. Brian Dulle was killed one year ago while deploying stop-sticks to stop a speeding car driven by Marcus Isreal.Full Story >
Charles Otis and Bill Baecker volunteered their own time to find Sgt. Dulle's wedding ring so it could be returned to his wife Abby. The two men were honored Friday at the Warren County Sheriff's office.Full Story >
Co-workers of fallen Warren County Sheriff's deputy Brian Dulle put the flag at half-staff at the Warren County Sheriff's Office in his memory on Saturday. A small memorial at the site where the 36-year old was killed early Tuesday morning was also prepared.Full Story >
Warren County Deputy Sgt. Brian Dulle is the fourth local Police Officer who was either injured or killed in an incident involving stop sticks since 2006.Full Story >
WARREN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -
A state appellate court upheld the convictions and sentence against the man who caused the death of Sergeant Brian Dulle in May 2011.
Marcus Isreal's convictions for murder along with seven other felonies and prison sentence of 25.5 years were upheld by the 12th District Court of Appeals in a unanimous ruling on Monday.
"Yesterday's decision by the court of appeals confirms what we already knew – Marcus Isreal received a fair trial, and as a result, was rightfully convicted for the murder of Sergeant Brian Dulle. Notwithstanding this good news, my thoughts and prayers continue to go out to Sergeant Dulle's family, friends, and all of Warren County's law enforcement community for this tragic and senseless loss," said Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell in a statement.
Isreal led officers on a high-speed chase that began in Franklin and ended 18 miles later when his car struck and killed Dulle while he was laying down stop sticks in Turtlecreek Township.
The Cincinnati Zombie Walk was a great opportunity to take participants minds out of day-to-day routines, right around the time from Halloween events.Full Story >
The Cincinnati Zombie Walk was a great opportunity to take participants minds out of day-to-day routines, right around the time from Halloween events. It also helped support the Free Store Food Bank by asking participants to donate canned goods.Full Story >