TROTWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) - A man was sentenced to three years behind bars Wednesday for stabbing a postal worker.
Robert Powell was convicted and beating stabbing Sherry Davis while she delivered the mail in Trotwood last year.
She wrote a letter that was read in court that said, "The very first thought that came to me was oh my god, this man's gonna kill me."
Davis's nose was broken and she still has visible marks from Powell's violence.
Her note went on to say, "I'm no longer involved with my younger son's Boy Scouts because I am afraid of going camping if I'm not at home, locked up, or at work, locked in the vehicle, I'm afraid people are getting too close to me. I'm afraid someone will try to come in my house when i'm sleeping."
The judge ordered Powell to undergo mental health treatment while in prison.
Health Partners of Western Ohio is sponsoring a week long "Enrollment Blitz" to assist patients and residents in completing applications for Ohio Medicaid and the Health Insurance Marketplace.
An accident on Interstate 75 is blocking northbound traffic.
An overturned tractor-trailer is blocked Burrville Road north of Fort Recovery-Minster Road in Mercer County Monday morning.
One man is in custody after a police pursuit that began in Franklin and ended in the area of Germantown Pike and Stolz Avenue in Dayton.
A light drizzle of rain falling Monday morning could freeze to area roads ahead of the morning commute.