Censorship in the “MURDER” of Brian Garber case is ridiculous!


No firearm listed among evidence in Garber shooting – Censorship by local media leaves me pondering why? Why do “they” not want you to know the truth about them? Seriously!

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Kaitlin Durbin
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LEXINGTON — A firearm was not listed among the items found on or near the body of a local man who was shot and killed during a Richland County Sheriff’s Office emergency call Sunday.

They have gone as far as posting on craigslist where I work along with misleading information they know for some reason the BCI will not look into, things that make you say hmmmm? I have NO REAL criminal history, and if you have been following crime here for the last several years you will see REAL CRIMINALS get a slap on the wrist, and we wonder who the terrorists are?

18 comments – LOL! Your counter sucks!

  • Gayle Hines · Cedarville

    People please remember there are two sides to every story, I am sure the the Garber’s have their side and I am sure the deputy has his, instead of hurtful comments we should be in prayer for these two families suffering, the Garbers because they lost their son and the deputy, taking a life cannot be a easy thing to live with.
    •    Things you question, why my comments are blocked???????

      Phil Sydnor · Major Sales at ABC Warehouse Ontario, Ohio

      Keep in mind these Deputy’s will not answer to the public and surely will be justified by the made up as you go reasoning they have already fed you in the local news. This will be considered the family’s fault for wanting to get their Husband / Child the help he needs. From what I have read from those defending these Deputy’s is…”Problem Solved” – Sorry, but that PISSES ME OFF!
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  • Tenna Ison

    Klonopin can work differently on different people , there is side effects to every medicine. RIP Brian Garber and God bless his family & may God give you all strength at this difficult time.
  • Loann Loar Keyes

    I see the family corrected the medication to klonopin, Klonopin calms people down , it is for panic disorders, and seizure disorders, so it would not make Brian aggressive at all, and if was off of it, he would have been more unable to do a thing, kind of throws you into a dullness when taken off suddenly so family better get their facts straight, to call that he out of control and now he the best guy and with a history he has what is a law enforcement officer to do, and facts of no gun doesnt mean he didnt have one, maybe they just couldnt find it, and wait until the final report is out before make judgment calls and this and that.
  • Bob Stevens · Top Commenter · Lexington, Ohio

  • Tod Mills · Top Commenter · University of Michigan

    Here is my take:
    It appears that at least one deputy needs to be:
    1) Charged and convicted of the murder of Brian Garber, with the appropriate prison term.
    2) Lose job.
    3) Compensate the family from personal savings/retirement/assets (with additional compensation from the county as needed)Additionally, if the shooter(s) have a history of complaints, as at least one of the deputies involved does, the sheriff himself should be charged with negligence for failing to remove the deputy from service (depending upon the balance of power between the union and the sheriff) and in any case the sheriff should either resign or be recalled. If the deputy was not removed from service because of the actions of the union, then the parties in the union that prevented the removal of the shooter should be held responsible and the union, in any case, should be disbanded.
  • Byron E Yambrisak · Top Commenter · Self-employed at Small Business Owner/ Real Estate Investment

    Jeff Frasier was involved in this incident. Jeff Frasier has been disciplined for excessive force multiple times. Jeff Frasier has used his weapon before in the course of his “duties”
    • Loann Loar Keyes

      If you read it correctly Deputy Frasier was told to wait outside, he is the only one of the 5 who did not go inside, get youre facts straight sir
      Reply · Like · 2 · 9 hours ago
      ***Phil Sydnor · Major Sales at ABC Warehouse Ontario, Ohio

      Loann Loar Keyes CORRECTION – Berry is the ONLY one who stayed outside. Frasier was hit by a stray bullet!
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    • Byron E Yambrisak · Top Commenter · Self-employed at Small Business Owner/ Real Estate Investment

      Sheriff’s officers Sgt. James Nicholson and Lt. Donald Zehner and deputies Jeff Frazier, Andrew Knee and James Berry responded to the scene, according to the report. Berry reportedly was stationed outside the home, while the rest of the deputies entered the residence, according to sheriff reports.
      Reply · Like · 2 · 9 hours ago
    • Tod Mills · Top Commenter · University of Michigan

      Loann Loar Keyes You might want to re-read the article: “Berry reportedly was stationed outside the home, while the rest of the deputies entered the residence, according to sheriff reports.”
      Reply · Like · 3 · 9 hours ago
  • Buddy Workman · North Central State College

    Facts of the matter police cannot just shoot with out probable cause they better have seen a gun
  • John Hess · Top Commenter · Crestline, Ohio

    16 casings, and no doubt all hitting their target… kind of hard to miss at point blank….can you imagine …didn’t want him to give his side of the story…we’ll only hear their side..so…No doubt these guys will have their time off with pay, and be back as a deputy …after all.. the head man always backs them up no matter what…..
  • Brian Hauck · Top Commenter · Works at Self-Employed

    Yes he reportedly had a gun, but as the article above states, no gun was found and yet the officers fired 16 shots…Regardless of what had happened previously, no evidence of any gun was found and not only is 16 shots excessive but there has to be a way to resolve a situation without ending someone’s life like that…I have heard no evidence or heard of no evidence that he had a gun or fired upon the officers, so i have to ask, why did the officers fire on him? Wouldn’t a non-lethal method like a taser or a stun gun been more effective in resolving the situation? Obviously without knowing everything that happened it’s hard to say what should have or could have been done, but it just seems like what was done was entirely excessive and perhaps unnecessary. Regardless, this is a tragic situation for all involved….officers included 🙁
  • Joey Shaver · Columbus State Community College

    Please, please stop with all the judging, it was a tragedy waiting to happen, I have no vested interest in this matter except a human life was ended, but EVERYONE knows that there were several complaints and allegations by the people involved. If you are a mother, father, wife, do you want your loved one to walk into a dark room with someone who has made death threats, hit his mother, choked his wife, AND reportedly has a gun??? And should the officer just be given one bullet? If we are to learn from this, write a comment on how YOU could have handled it!! or how it could have been handled better or differently, otherwise let the investigation take its course and oh by the way, let us hope the witnesses and the shooter can get the help they need to move to the next phase of their lives.
    • Keisha Goble · STNA at Stein Hospice

      Let me tell you something. You would thing twice if that was your son or family that got shot with no just cause. I don’t care what he did before. Those officers had no right to shoot a unarmed man. That’s murder and just like everyone else they need to go to jail. And you sir are a heartless jerk. And I will pray for you.
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  • Warren Shields · University of Michigan

    seems a little excessive to me ?

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