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WARRANT ROUND-UP PDF Print E-mail
Written by Major Jeff Cline   
Wednesday, 29 January 2014

The Sheriff’s Office Counter Assault Team took advantage of the freezing temperatures on Tuesday 01.28.14 and utilized their training day to serve warrants anticipating some of the wanted individuals would be home due to the freezing temperatures. Deputies of the Counter Assault Team attempted forty four warrants and arrested ten suspects on fourteen warrants;

Those arrested are as follows;

Billy E. Davis 1033 Isel Avenue Age 31

Four Warrants for Theft.

 

James E. Davis 1033 Isel Avenue Age 32

Warrant for Receiving Stolen Property

 

Tommy Cantrell Jr 255 Barks Rd W Age 33

Warrant for Failure to Appear

 

James M. Davis 465 Patterson Street Age 26

Two Warrants for Failure to Appear

 

Logan M. Davis 565 Davids Street Age 18

Warrant for Failure to Appear

 

Heather L. Lower 3068 Marion Waldo Rd Lot 21 Age 23

Warrant for Possession of Heroin

 

Shane M. Fair 1177 Pinewood Dr. Age 26

Warrant for Failure to Appear

 

Dathan R. Davis 1156 Eastfield Rd. Worthington, OH Age 18

Warrant for Failure to Appear

 

Mark W. Moore 1170 E. Center St. Age 25

Warrant for Failure to Appear

 

Brent E. Baer 742 N. State Street Age 45

Warrant for Theft

Sheriff Tim Bailey would like to remind the public their information is always vital in helping local law enforcement solve crimes that affect our community. If you have any information about a crime or someone who may be wanted you may contact the Sheriff’s Office directly at (740) 382-8244 ext. 0 or you can call the TIPS line at (740) 375-TIPPS (8477) and callers can remain anonymous if they choose to do so.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 February 2014 )
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LEVEL 1 SNOW ADVISORY CANCELLED PDF Print E-mail
Written by Major Jeff Cline   
Tuesday, 28 January 2014

At 3:00 pm on January 28, 2014 the level one snow advisory for Marion County, has been cancelled. Some roads are still slick in spots so be careful when driving.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 February 2014 )
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LEVEL 2 DOWNGRADED TO A LEVEL 1 SNOW ADVISORY PDF Print E-mail
Written by Major Jeff Cline   
Sunday, 26 January 2014

At 10:30pm on January 26, 2014 the level two snow advisory for Marion County, issued yesterday morning, has been downgraded to a Level 1 Snow Advisory. Primary roadways are passable and mostly clear of snow.  However, some secondary roadways are still snow covered. Some secondary roadways may still be hazardous and caution should be used when driving.  If you have to drive then drive with caution.

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 January 2014 )
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LEVEL 2 SNOW ADVISORY ISSUED PDF Print E-mail
Written by Major Jeff Cline   
Saturday, 25 January 2014

      At 6AM on January 25, 2014, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office issued a level two snow advisory for Marion County. Primary and secondary roadways are extremely hazardous due to still falling snow and high winds.  With the wind picking up in outlying areas and temperatures still below freezing many roads are down to one lane and are drifting quickly. Some east west roads in the Northern portion of the county are impassable.  Road crews will continue working throughout the day to clear the roads.  Motorists should be mindful of temporary white out conditions and being able to see where the road ends and the ditch begins, especially after dark.  Be alert for cars going into ditches and medians.  If you must drive, use extreme caution and allow yourself extra time.  Only travel that is essential, or of an emergency nature, should be attempted.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 January 2014 )
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LEVEL 1 SNOW ADVISORY ISSUED PDF Print E-mail
Written by Major Jeff Cline   
Friday, 24 January 2014

On 01/24/2014 at 11:00pm, The Marion County Sheriff’s Office issued a level one snow advisory for Marion County. Road crews will continue to work throughout the night, however as the night goes on the wind will continue to blow causing many roads to drift over and hazardous for travel.   As snow enters Marion County the wind will continue to blow and make driving even more dangerous. Expect white out conditions and less traveled roads to drift shut in certain areas in the county. Be alert for vehicles going into ditches and medians and vehicles traveling slowly. Keep a safe distance from other vehicles and allow plenty of time to get to your destination.  If possible, limit travel and be on the roadways only if necessary until the winds lessen and crews have more time to clear all of the roads.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 26 January 2014 )
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