Couple escapes injuryafter small-plane crash
HARTFORD -- A husband and wife walked away unharmed after a piece of the landing gear on their plane broke off while taxiing down the runway.
The couple were in their two-seat experimental tail dragger plane about 6:15 p.m. Saturday on a private runway off state Route 7 when the sun got in the eyes of the male pilot, said Hartford Township Fire Chief Brian T. Hughes.
The plane hit a rut, and a part of the landing gear broke off, causing the plane to turn off the runway.
The couple's names were not being released.
"It could have been a lot worse, but they walked away," Hughes said.
Liberty Twp. policeseek Bank One robber
LIBERTY -- Township police are seeking a man who robbed the Bank One at 3999 Belmont Ave. at about 10 a.m. Saturday.
Police describe him as being white, 50 to 55 years old, 6 feet tall and 200 to 220 pounds with short gray or white hair and a scruffy beard having about two or more days of growth. He wore a black leather cowboy hat, black jeans and a black leather jacket with fringe or tassels on the sleeves. His T-shirt was black with a bluish swirl and had the words "Timberwolf Head" on front, police said.
He was driving a white pickup that may be a Dodge and may have red lettering on the sides. He was given a red exploding dye pack in the money bag.
Anyone with information is asked to call Liberty police at (330) 759-1511.