In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
Former OSU Star Files Second Lawsuit Over “Road Rage” Charges
Jim Stillwagon, a fixture on the 1968 OSU football team that won the national championship, has filed a lawsuit against the Delaware County prosecutor’s office for what Stillwagon’s attorney calls “cooked up” charges.
Stillwagon was indicted two years ago after what was initially described as a “road rage” incident that stretched more than ten miles.
Stillwagon is suing for the usually-secret evidence presented to the grand jury that issued his indictment.
Delaware Police said Stillwagon was riding a motorcycle near Plain City in October 2012 when some type of incident ensued with a man driving a pickup truck.
Police said the two followed each other closely for 14 miles before Stillwagon fired shots on a U.S. 23 off-ramp onto East Williams St. The man shot, Richard mattingly, was treated and released from a local hospital. He later admitted to being drunk during the encounter.
Charges were thrown out by a judge who said prosecutors lacked evidence.