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This profile was last updated on 5/2/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Dwight Lee Aspacher

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Dwight L. Aspacher, a ..., 2 May 2008 [cached]
Dwight L. Aspacher, a special agent for Ohio&39s Bureau of Criminal identification and Investigation who was assigned to the Warren County drug Task Force, ...State sex complaint has local ties Cincinnati Enquirer
Dwight L. Aspacher, a ..., 30 April 2008 [cached]
Dwight L. Aspacher, a special agent for Ohio's Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation who was assigned to the Warren County Drug Task Force, was fired on April 11.He had been suspended with pay since Aug. 30 after a 26-year-old co-worker alleged that Aspacher had repeatedly made sexual comments toward her, showed her nude photos of himself and compelled her to perform oral sex on him on three separate occasions.
A representative of the Fraternal Order of Police/Ohio Labor Council, which represents Aspacher, told the Associated Press that there is no evidence that the sexual activity was anything but consensual.
Warren County Prosecutor Rachel Hutzel said that a criminal investigation of Aspacher began as soon as the report was filed.
"We also immediately contacted the Attorney General's Office and had [Aspacher] removed from our offices."
According to Hutzel, the Attorney General's office began its own internal investigation regarding workplace misconduct of Aspacher two days before the county decided not to file criminal charges.
Because Aspacher was suspended with pay, he apparently earned more than $42,000 during his suspension.
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Agent Dwight Lee Aspacher of ..., 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Agent Dwight Lee Aspacher of the bureau's clandestine drug lab was assigned to be a "spotter."
His job was to identify marijuana plants as the helicopter canvassed the area.
He testified that he had served in that role for more than a decade and had achieved a perfect record in positively identifying marijuana from the air.
After the helicopter departed from the Madison County airport, Aspacher said he noticed several marijuana plants growing within a sunflower garden behind a home on Rosedale-Plain City Road.
Believing that the property contained an illegal marijuana grow, Aspacher radioed for ground units to respond to the area.
Upon review, the appellate judges found that testimony from Aspacher and another agent conflicted with Harsh's allegations.
Special Agent Dwight ..., 11 Jan 2014 [cached]
Special Agent Dwight Aspacher from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification, responded to the scene to assist in neutralization and dismantling the meth lab. After making the lab safe, Aspacher transported it to a "container site" in Lebanon, where it will be disposed of in a safe manner, Eastes said.
Dwight Aspacher worked for ..., 27 April 2008 [cached]
Dwight Aspacher worked for the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation Accusations against him were made by a woman in the Warren County Drug Task force.
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