The State Attorney General made a visit to the area right before the big storm on Tuesday.
Mike DeWine met with public officials to discuss a variety of issues.
DeWine’s first stop was at the Defiance County Sheriff’s Office.
He then later met with law enforcement officials in Paulding, then traveled to Ottawa for a meeting with the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, and then finally visited Marion at the end of the day.
DeWine spoke about many different topics, but a main concern was what he said is an exploding heroin problem in Ohio.
DeWine said about 900 people died statewide directly from heroin usage in 2013, and he said that despite what many may think, the problem is running rampant in every Ohio county.