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Alleged OSU rape could’ve been captured on cellphone

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A rape that one female Ohio State student says may have happened in a residence hall on April 12 could have been captured on a cellphone.

According to an affidavit for a search warrant filed by Ohio State Police per The Lantern, a student told police she may have been sexually assaulted in the restroom area of Canfield Hall. Earlier that night, the victim said she was at a fraternity party. The accused male is a friend with whom she attended the party.

At the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity party, the student told police she had consumed an alcoholic seltzer, wine from a box, and a drink from a cup an unknown male was holding, reports The Lantern. She told police she does not remember anything else from the night.

Back in May 2018, Alpha Epsilon Pi, or “AEΠ,” was suspended from campus for five years after violating the Alcohol, Hazing, and Endangering Behavior section of the Ohio State Code of Student Conduct.

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According to the student’s roommate, she returned to her dorm early in the morning wearing clothes belonging to the accused male. The male first told the roommate that he put the victim in the shower to clean her up, but then he admitted that he and the victim had had sex in the shower.

Per the affidavit, the victim was taken to the Wexner Medical Center with bruises to her head, eye, forearms, hips, and inner thighs. She received a sexual assault examination.

The cellphone allegedly containing a video of the rape is now in the possession of Ohio State Police.

“These matters have been referred to law enforcement,” said University spokesman Dan Hedman, per The Lantern. “Due to the ongoing investigation there are no additional details we can share at this time.”

If anyone has any information related to the alleged sexual assault, please call University Police at 614-292-2121 or Columbus Police at 614-645-4545.

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“Celebrating Chris Bradley,” 10TV to air special tonight

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“We really miss Chris being a part of our lives.” 

From his husband and children, to his church, to 10TV, to people all across central Ohio, Chris Bradley was a beloved member of so many families. While he may be gone from this earth, the memories of Chris and his life of love, compassion, selflessness, and community will continued to be shared.

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See what’s ahead for Chris’s family and legacy on 10TV’s “Celebrating Chris Bradley,” tonight at 5:00 PM.

Celebrating Chirs Bradley and his legacy

"We really miss Chris being a part of our lives." Chris Bradley was a part of 10TV's family and families across central Ohio. Now, see what's ahead for his family and legacy — Monday at 5 p.m. on 10TV.

Posted by 10TV – WBNS on Sunday, July 21, 2019
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You might recognize new pop-up in the Short North

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Sprint, jump, jog to the Short North for day 1 of Lululemon’s yearlong pop-up. The popular athletic apparel company is now open at 640 N. High St.

Depending on the success of the pop-up, Lululemon could be a permanent installation on High Street.

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You could personally welcome Lululemon to the neighborhood by attending the grand opening event this Sunday, July 21 which will feature an outdoor yoga session.

This is Lululemon’s second stint in Short North with the first having been from 2008-2010 before the Easton and Polaris stores opened.

Lululemon Short North will be open from 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM Monday through Saturday and 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM on Sundays.

For more information, click here.

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No butts about it, Ohio raises smoking age to 21

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In a move that nicotine-addicted members of Gen-Z are sure to find totally “un-lit,” state lawmakers have raised the legal age for tobacco sales to 21.

The bill, which passed as part of the new state budget, would have included a provision exempting people who turn 18 before October 1 from the new restrictions—but Governor Mike Dewine vetoed that portion of the law.

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Products such as cigarettes, rolling papers, vaping products and chewing tobacco are now only available for legal sale to those 21 and up.

Sorry, kids. You’ll just have to wait a few more years to start wasting money on products that damage your health in countless ways!

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