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Dash camera video is commonly released after newsworthy incidents as it is considered a public record. Unlike other newsworthy incidents, however, the Ohio State Police refused to release it, citing a request from the Greene County prosecutor. In court documents, prosecutor Stephen Haller called the video “evidence in a criminal investigation.”
A ruling in the Court of Appeals, Second Appellate District of Ohio in Greene County, ordered the Greene County prosecutor to give WDTN-TV a copy of the video by today, or explain the legal reasoning as to why he should not have to comply.