Homeless Ohioan with famous voice issued subpoena

LONDON, Ohio (AP) - A subpoena has been issued for an Ohio homeless man who encountered instant fame when a roadside video of him demonstrating his broadcasting skills went viral.

The Madison Press in London, Ohio, reports that Madison County sheriff's deputies say Ted Williams was a passenger in the car of a woman who was accused of drug abuse after being pulled over in May.

Williams is wanted at a Feb. 11 hearing over whether deputies' search of the car was legal.

The woman's attorney, Laura Bogrees, asked a judge last week to delay a hearing because the defendant was in New York. Williams was also in New York for media interviews.

Williams' subpoena had initially been returned. Assistant prosecutor Eamon Costello says it was reissued last week.


Information from: The (London) Madison Press:


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