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Police still searching for person of interest in hit-and-run

CINCINNATI — It’s been more than 100 days since 35-year-old Mical Landrum suffered a traumatic brain injury after he was hit by a car while riding his motorcycle.

Surveillance footage captured the driver police believe is responsible for the hit-and-run, but no one has come forward to identify the person. Landrum’s family and friends renewed their call for prayers and answers Wednesday by holding a balloon release at UC Medical Center, where he underwent major surgery.

“They are putting the side of his skull that was removed back in,” said DaJuanda Landrum-Tate, Landrum’s mother.

Landrum was riding his motorcycle Sept. 27 when a driver knocked him into the intersection of Ezzard Charles Drive and Winchell Avenue before running away from the scene. Landrum-Tate said her son’s recovery has been long and extensive. His family said he was doing everything right when he was hit out of nowhere by a driver

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This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows five of the suspects allegedly in the process of smashing out windows to gain entry to the Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning.

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Four of the suspects accused of breaking into Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning are shown in an image taken from the store’s surveillance video. A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of any of the suspects.

(Courtesy photo) A photo of the damage to the doors and windows at Naults Powersports is one of many that appear with videos on the company’s Facebook page.

(Courtesy photo) This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows one of the suspects in Saturday morning’s break-in and thefts wheeling a dirt bike toward an exit.

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An image taken from Naults surveillance

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Jacksonville man arrested after leading police on chase

John Dykman, 30, is facing multiple charges including fleeing from an officer, possession of a controlled substance and driving while licensed is suspended.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A man is behind bars after he led police on a chase in a stolen motorcycle Monday morning, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Officers observed a silver motorcycle drive into a U-Haul location in the 7000 block of 103rd Street Monday around 3:37 a.m.

After spotting the motorcycle officers tried to catch up to the vehicle to initiate a traffic stop.

Officers activated their emergency equipment to conduct the traffic stop. The motorcycle then began speeding toward the dead-end street, then made a u-turn at the end of the street and continued driving at a high rate of speed out of the U-Haul business, according to the arrest report.

Police say during the pursuit the vehicle made no attempts to stop or slow

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Motorcycle driver dead following crash involving trailer hauled by truck in Scottsdale, police officials say

Officials with the Scottsdale Police Department say a motorcycle driver is dead following a two-vehicle crash.

The incident, according to Scottsdale Police, happened in the area of Hayden and Indian School Roads. According to officials, the motorcycle driver collided with the back of a trailer that was being hauled by a truck.

“Investigators are in the early stages of this investigation and are looking into if weather, speed, and /or alcohol were factors,” officials said.

Family member identifies victim

Hours after the deadly accident, the brother of the victim identified him as 50-year-old Michael Miller.

“I’m

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