State: Sander confession shouldn't be suppressed
The state is fighting back against attempts to suppress a confession Thomas Sander made admitting he started the Trinity High School fire in March.
While Sander’s defense said detectives Terry Oestreich and Kylan Klauzer coerced Sander into confessing and did not read him his Miranda rights — therefore nullifying his confession — Stark County State’s Attorney Tom Henning responded in a brief Friday that includes excerpts showing Oestreich explaining Sander’s rights to him.
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