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DATE December 2, 2012, 5:00 PM
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According to Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff, on DECEMBER 2, 2012 SHORTLY AFTER 11:00am SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA TIME WAYNE MARTIN WALKER aka “WOLF” WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY BY US MARSHAL’S SERVICE AS HE STEPPED OFF A GREYHOUND BUS.
Sheriff Radcliff advised Det. John Strawser and Lt. Dale Parish of Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office worked through the weekend with Craig Martin of US Marshal’s Service to gather and forward information to the Sacramento, CA branch of the Marshal’s Service which led to his capture.
Mr. Billy Lowery of Nicholasville, Kentucky, had seen information on Walker though the media. Information on Walker being wanted had spread through social media and News media. Mr. Lowery immediately called in to Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office. Detective Strawser and Lt. Parish forwarded that information to Craig Martin of USMS.
US Marshal’s service then sprang into action in Sacramento, California and apprehended an unsuspecting Wayne Walker, as he got off the bus. Walker was taken into custody without incident. Walker will be held at Sacramento County Jail on a 1 Million Dollar bond, pending extradition.
Sheriff Radcliff advised this is what comes from media, Local, Federal Agencies, and Public working together. Specifically response from the public is critical.
DATE November 29, 2012 09:00AM
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According to Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff, on November 28, 2012 at approximately 1:09AM Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office received and responded to a 911 call of an infant not breathing at 27355 Armstrong Road, Laurelville.
Deputy Brandon Skaggs arrived on the scene and rescue CPR was started. The child was transported to Berger Hospital by Tarlton Emergency Squad, and subsequently transferred to Children’s Hospital. At Children’s Nationwide Hospital, the child was assessed with trauma consistent with shaken baby syndrome and determined to be brain dead. The Hospital has been testing and following protocol through the night.
Detective John Strawser of Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and Kim Cullen-Stevens, caseworker of Pickaway County Child Services, has been at Children’s Nationwide Hospital since the early morning hours. This morning the child was taken off life support and pronounced dead just prior to 9:00 AM at Children’s Nationwide Hospital.
According to Sheriff Dwight Radcliff, Wayne “Wolf” Walker, who is a recent boyfriend of the 10 month old boy’s mother is a person of interest. We need to find him to speak about the circumstances of the child’s injuries.
The case remains under investigation by The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office.
DATE November 30, 2012 09:00 AM
The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office has obtained an arrest warrant for 44 year old Wayne Wolf” Walker for Murder in the death of 10 month old Kyle Calton.
Wayne “Wolf” Walker is covered from the neck down in tattoos and has an extensive criminal background.
It is believed that Wayne Walker fled the area. He possibly fled south through Kentucky.
If you see Wayne Walker call your local law enforcement agency.
The employee’s of the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office wish the best to current sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff in his retirement, and we welcome new coming sheriff Robert B. Radcliff.
Although motor vehicle-deer collisions can happen year-round, November is the month with the highest risk, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Here are some tips to help avoid collisions with deer:
•See the Signs: deer-crossing signs are posted in high-risk areas. Drive with extreme caution, especially in the posted areas.
•Deer Don’t Roam Alone: deer often run together. If you see one deer near or crossing the road, expect that others will follow.
•Danger from Dusk to Dawn: watch for deer especially at dawn and after sunset. About 20 percent of these crashes occur in early morning, while more than half occur between 5 p.m. and midnight.
•Safety Begins Behind the Wheel: always wear safety belts, avoid distractions and drive at safe, sensible speeds for road conditions.
•If a vehicle strikes a deer, motorists should report the crash by calling the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office.
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Must possess Ohio Corrections Officer Certification; valid Ohio driver’s license, ability to obtain and maintain other law enforcement certification(s) related to duties such as First Aid and C.P.R. These positions may include duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary by the Sheriff.
Completion of secondary education or equivalent; completion of Ohio Correctional Officer basic training program with correction officer certification*, supplemented by approved training courses in jail security practices and procedures; ability to successfully pass required checks as-well-as tests such as criminal record and background checks, and intelligence, physical, mental, and work-related tests; or equivalent combination of education and/or experience. * Indicates completion within one ( 1 ) year of employment.
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The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that the (Pickaway County Engineer’s Department) has a partnership with the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office to keep our citizens informed utilizing our Nixle system. Please let your family and friends know that you can sign up at our website http://www.pickawaysheriff.com/index.php/public-services/nixle-alerts-registartion.
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