On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Money was a focus of Monday’s testimony in the murder trial of a Columbus teen accused of killing his twin brother last January. The teens’ sister tried to refute a possible motive presented by the prosecution.
A newly seated jury is set to visit the family home where prosecutors say an Ohio teen shot his identical twin brother to death during a robbery.
A Franklin County judge today set a $750,000 cash or surety bond for an 18 year old Columbus man charged in the killing of his twin brother. Judge Patrick Sheeran says he weighed the gravity of the crime, the weight of evidence, the safety of the community and Derris Lewis’ family ties in setting the bond.
The lawyer representing Linden teen accused of killing his twin brother appeared in juvenile court this morning. 18-year-old Derris Lewis faces delinquency murder and other charges. But today’s hearing shed little light in details of the case.
The lawyer representing the East Side teen accused of killing his twin brother appeared in juvenile court this morning. 18-year-old Derris Lewis faces murder and other charges in connection with last month’s shooting death of Dennis Lewis. Police still are not saying much about the case.
The murder of 17-year-old Dennis Lewis last month disturbed many people. Lewis was a member of East High School’s marching band and the National Honor Society. But now an arrest has been made in his murder.
Dennis Lewis was a senior at East on Arcadia High School. Lewis died last week after being shot during a robbery in his Linden home. Lewis’s funeral was held Thursday.