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Topic - Michael Gmoser
A southwest Ohio woman accused with her husband of abandoning the adopted 9-year-old son they raised since infancy pleaded guilty Monday to a lesser charge and received a suspended jail sentence, a prosecutor said.
The attorney for a couple accused of abandoning the adopted 9-year-old son they raised since infancy said Wednesday that the boy has gotten some much-needed help and the parents have been in counseling with him.
A prosecutor in Ohio has filed a criminal "indictment" against Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog who makes an annual appearance to predict the start of spring.
Butler County Prosecutor Michael Gmoser said that a grand jury found no wrongdoing by Stafford.