US working with Haiti to rescue abducted missionaries, Cleveland police close investigation into leak in Kareem Hunt assault case: 3News Now – WKYC.com

CLEVELAND — New on 3, get the latest information on what’s happening and impacting you across Northeast Ohio on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney.
The US government has confirmed its working with Haiti to rescued abducted missionaries, but Christian Aid Ministries in Holmes County is being quiet on the details about those in danger.
Cleveland police are closing their investigation into the leak in the 2018 Kareem Hunt assault case without any answers, as the Browns confirm Nick Chubb will miss Thursday’s game due to injury.
Plus, Sweet Moses ice cream shop in Gordon Square will close for good on Sunday after a deal fell through for new ownership.
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