More than two months into the homicide investigation in the death of villager Leonid “Lonya” Clark, the Greene County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.
After a spate of break-ins overnight, Yellow Springs police are encouraging villagers to lock their vehicles.
A villager found unresponsive in the bathroom of a downtown business was later pronounced dead.
At its regular meeting on Monday, June 3, Village Council renewed the contract of Yellow Springs Police Chief Brian Carlson for another year.
The two-punch news last week that the body of villager Leonid “Lonya” Clark was found in Glen Helen Nature Preserve, followed by the announcement that his death is being investigated as a homicide, has left the community reeling and seeking answers.
A body found Friday afternoon, April 12, in Glen Helen Nature Preserve has been identified by authorities as missing Yellow Springs resident Leonid “Lonya” Clark.
The recently discovered death of Yellow Springs resident Leonid “Lonya” Clark’s is being investigated as a homicide, Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer announced at a press conference Wednesday morning, April 17.
A body found Friday afternoon, April 12, in Glen Helen Nature Preserve has been identified as missing Yellow Springs resident Leonid “Lonya” Clark.
The remains of an unidentified person were found Friday afternoon in Glen Helen Nature Preserve, Yellow Springs Police Chief Brian Carlson confirmed Friday evening.
Anyone who spends much time in downtown Yellow Springs knows Lonya Clark, called Leo by many of his friends. A once daily presence in the coffee shops and streets of town, the young man is known for greeting most everyone with a smile and friendly nod. Clark hasn’t been seen or heard from since mid-January.