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More information concerning the two video tapes mentioned earlier.

From what I’ve been told:

The tapes discuss connection with prostitutes and drugs by several individuals of Portsmouth; an attorney, an insurance agent, and a judge; also a local bar was mentioned.

Also, the information I received about these tapes discuss uses of white limos, owned by the local attorney, and some of the trips to Minford airport and South Webster.

More will follow as I am informed or receive a copy of the tapes.

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yep that be the apes they are quite informitive
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Hren, Burton to Pike court following arrest
By FRANK LEWIS
PDT Staff Writer
Friday, August 11, 2006 11:10 PM EDT

Two Portsmouth residents have been bound over to the Pike County Common Pleas Court after being arrested on drug charges July 29 by Waverly Police.

Heather Leigh Hren, 24, of 1410 16th St., D20, Portsmouth, and David Perry Burton, 22, of the same address, each face a charge of aggravated possession of drugs, according to Waverly Police Detective Tracy Evans.

According to a police report, a check of both subjects after they had been pulled over showed that Hren was under suspension at the time, and she was handcuffed and placed in the back of a police cruiser by Patrolman Shaun Fyffe.

Burton was asked to leave the vehicle so officers could inventory it before having it towed. Trooper Todd Crabtree and Sgt. John Howard of the Portsmouth Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol stopped to assist.

In the front of the vehicle, Crabtree found a purse containing Hren's personal information and a clear plastic baggie with 86 green pills in it, according to the report.

Officers said they also found a car rental agreement stating the vehicle was rented to Mike Mearan, a member of the Portsmouth City Council and an attorney. The car was towed by Heistad's.

When the pair was taken to the police station, Burton waived his rights and agreed to speak to Evans. Burton told officers he withdrew $4,100 from his bank account because he had found a deal on some OxyContin 80's for $45 each, according to the report.

Hren drove him to Columbus in the vehicle her boss, Mearan, had rented, according Burton's interview with the police.

Burton told officers he and Hren met a man at a park and gave him money in exchange for the pills. Burton said he did not plan to sell the pills, although he said each pill might be worth $80 in Portsmouth, Newman said.

Newman and Evans read Hren her rights, and she told them she wanted an attorney. The two were fingerprinted and transported to the Ross County jail.
On Friday, Mearan said he rented the car for his employee as a part of a routine practice.

“When I know someone doesn't have reliable transportation, I often rent a car for them to use. The rental company had a three-day special, and I knew Heather wanted to visit her mother in Chillicothe, and since she didn't have a credit card, I used my credit card to rent it for her,” Mearan said.

“She didn't lose her license through the courts. It was a letter asking for proof of insurance, and when you don't respond, they automatically suspend your license,” he added. “She apparently didn't see the letter, so her license was suspended and when she found out, she sent a money order in for reinstatement and just assumed everything was taken care of.”

Mearan said he was in Durham, N.C., on the weekend Hren and Burton were arrested, and he has since had the car released to him and returned it to the rental company.

Mearan said that Hren no longer works for him.

“After the arrest, I had to let her go. But I don't believe for a minute that she has used drugs, and I am representing her,” he said.

On Aug. 2, Hren and Burton were bound over from Pike County Court and released on their own recognizance, each ordered not to have any contact with the other. Common Pleas Court has not received the indictment as of Friday, but county court officials said the indictment has been issued.

FRANK LEWIS can be reached at (740) 353-3101, ext. 232.


"After the arrest I had to let her go"

What were they doing together at the Scioto County Fair more than a week past the arrest (picture taken)?

Mearan also said, "But I don't believe for a minute that she has used drugs, and I am representing her,”

If she is not using the drugs is she selling the drugs (my questioning attitude)?


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The story that the Portsmouth Daily Times finally printed on Aug. 12 on the arrest of Mike Mearan’s stenographer, Heather Hren, for possession of drugs, leaves out two important details that are in the Waverly police report. First, the oxycontin were found in Hren’s purse. Second, her boyfriend, David Burton, said that she had set up the whole deal. “He then said that his girlfriend, Heather Hren, knew a man up around Columbus that he could trust with his money and would get the pills for him.” Why were these important details left out of the PDT story? Because the aim of the PDT story is to present Mearan’s spin, i.e., that Mearan is a "Good Samaritan" lawyer who often rents cars for young women without transportation, and that the purpose of her trip was to visit her mother in Chillicothe. The PDT was shamed into reporting on this story two weeks after the arrest because of the publicity given to the story on the Concerned Citizens website. The PDT had more important front-page stories to write about, Skee Ball and rabbits at the County Fair. But when the PDT did finally report on the drug bust, inside rather than on the front page of the newspaper, they allowed Michael Mearan to slant the story for PDT readers. The PDT, as usual, did no investigation of its own, other than allowing Mearan to give his “Good Samaritan lawyer” version of what happened.

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Barron bugged me calling continuously every few minutes wanting a statement after my trial I typed one up and sent it to him because if verbal he always misquotes me, however I demanded my statement be printed in its entirety on front page the same as all the negative coverage about me had been, it's been a week now and they still have not printed my statement> Guess the truth was to much to print. emoticon
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