Shootings by man who was freed early prompt changes at court

Shootings by man who was freed early prompt changes at court

Shootings by man who was freed early prompt changes at court

More than 60 guns were found in the OH home of Thomas Hartless.

Authorities have found more than 60 guns at the home of an OH man who fatally shot three people, including his former girlfriend and a new police chief.

Funerals are scheduled Friday for 46-year-old nurse Marlina Medrano, and Saturday for Kirkersville Police Chief Steven Eric DiSario.

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A search warrant was executed at his home on Oakland Avenue in Utica. Those included lack of checks and balances on the early release process, the fact that an early release recommendation fell exclusively on the shoulders of the interviewing probation officer, that no hearing was held on the matter and that no input was sought from Medrano, who filed the domestic violence complaints against Hartless.

Hartless killed himself with a shotgun.

Hartless was not allowed to own a firearm in wake of a 2010 felony conviction for abduction, according to the Advocate.

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Hartless pleaded guilty in his latest domestic violence case and was sentenced on March 23 to 90 days in jail. Licking County Municipal Court's probation department reviewed how his case was handled and is changing procedures after finding errors were made. A memorial service was planned Wednesday for 48-year-old nurse's aide Cindy Krantz.

In a letter to authorities during Hartless's sentencing, Medrano said she still loved Hartless and wrote, "I never intended Tom to be jailed for his actions, rather it was a cry for help". Authorities say Medrano obtained a protection order against Hartless a week before he killed her.

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