Sentenced To Celibacy... And More Morning Reading From Around Town: Jan. 24



- An Elyria man was banned from procreating for five years following Judge James Walther's review of his $79,000 owed in back child support, according to The Cleveland Leader. The man has four children already. With the daunting sentence of keeping it in his pants for half a decade, the man and his attorneys are, obviously, contesting the approach.

- The story behind this week's Rocky River drive-by homicide is unfolding, sorta. Rocky River police have issued an arrest warrant for Cleveland resident Donovan Owens, 21, according to WKYC. Additional witness reports or tips are welcome at 440-331-1234.

- “It’s all about fun here at Thistledown," GM Rick Skinner told The Akron Beacon Journal. The 24-hour "racino" is close to opening at Thistledown in North Randall - sometime in April - for better or worse.

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