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Andy Wilson and Wittenberg class
D. Andrew Wilson
Andy Wilson talks to a Wittenberg University class about crime mapping.

Victim Rights Fair
Victim Rights Fair
The Prosecutor's office at the 2013 Victim Rights Fair.

Graffiti Eradication Program
Graffiti Eradication Program
The Prosecutor's office Graffiti Eradication Program in action.

Food Pantry
Food Bank
Clark County Prosecutor's office staff carry donated food items into a local food pantry.

Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Clark County Prosecutor's office staff donating food to a local food pantry.

Intern at work
Intern at work
An intern hard at work in the conference room.

Amy Smith in trial
Amy Smith in trial
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Amy Smith in trial.

Zach's swearing in
Zach's swearing in
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Zach Brumfield's swearing in ceremony.

Thad's swearing in
Thad's swearing in
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Thaddius Townsend's swearing in ceremony.

Kayla Mongold vigil
Kayla Mongold vigil
Andy Wilson and Debi Segrest-Adams at the memorial vigil for homicide victim Kayla Mongold.

Amy Smith receives the 2013 Chrysalis Award
Amy wins Chrysalis award
Amy Smith receives the first annual Chrysalis Award from Project Woman for diligence in the fight to end domestic violence.

Schuyler Mullett's memorial service
Debi at Schuylr Mullett's memorial service
Debi Segrest-Adams at Schuyler Mullett's memorial service with Rick Scott Se.

Andy Wilson speaking to a high school assembly.
Andy Wilson speaks to high school
Prosecuting Attorney Andy Wilson speaking at a high school about prescription drug abuse prevention.

Danielle Smoot is awarded the Distinguished Civilian Leadership Award.
Danielle Smoot wins award
Danielle Smoot is awarded the Distinguished Civilian Leadership Award by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
    Danielle Smoot's mission in life changed in February 2011.  That's when her 16-year-old son Cole died of a methadone overdose-the result of taking one prescription pill, one time.  Noticing symptoms of drug ingestion, his parents took him to the emergency room, where he was evaluated and released.  A few hours later, they found him dead in his bedroom.
    Setting aside plans for a nursing career, Mrs. Smoot founded Cole's Warriors.  Its impact on Clark County has been huge.  Billboards, presentations, teacher training, drug dogs, and voluntary drug testing in schools are just a few of its initiatives.  The organization placed four prescription drug disposal containers in the county, a project Prosecutor D. Andrew Wilson credits with saving lives.  The group also purchased an incinerator to allow for safe destruction of the drugs.
    "Over the past two and a half years, Cole's Warriors has become the premier drug prevention program in our jurisdiction," said Prosecutor Wilson, who supported Mrs. Smoot's nomination for the Civilian Leadership Award.  "Danielle Smoot is a true leader in the fight against prescription drug abuse.  Her innovative thinking, initiative, and selfless service have greatly contributed to our ability to address this epidemic here in Clark County."
    To learn more about Cole's Warriors, go to the Cole's Warriors link on our web site.