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NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2013CI0303
Address:  1955 Arapaho Drive
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A03-0-002-01-040-00
Appraised Amount:  $75,000.00
Start Bid:  $50,000.00
Attorney Name:  Stephen D. Miles
Attorney Phone:  937-461-1900
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By |October 23rd, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0004

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0004
Address:  410 Riverview Road
City:  Williamsport
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43164
Parcel Number:  C11-0-006-00-021-16
Appraised Amount:  $55,000.00
Start Bid:  $36,667.00
Attorney Name:  Stephen D. Miles
Attorney Phone:  937-461-1900
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By |October 23rd, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0138

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0138
Address:  12543 Clark Drive
City:  Orient
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43146
Parcel Number:  B06-0-006-00-158-00
Appraised Amount:  $97,000.00
Start Bid:  $64,667.00
Attorney Name:  Craig A. Thomas
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
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By |October 23rd, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2010CI0316

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2010CI0316
Address:  5525 Liberty Bell Road
City:  Orient
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43146
Parcel Number:  L27-0-015-00-309-00
Appraised Amount:  $100,000.00
Start Bid:  $66,667.00
Attorney Name:  Charles T. Williams
Attorney Phone:  614-228-0207
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NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2013CI0292

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2013CI0292
Address:  196 Cherrytree Lane
City:  Commercial Point
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43116
Parcel Number:  L28-0-005-01-059-00
Appraised Amount:  $180,000.00
Start Bid:  $120,000.00
Attorney Name:  Carson A. Rothfuss
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
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By |October 23rd, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0045

Auction Date & Time:  November 18, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0045
Address:  399 N. Scioto Street
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A05-1-003-00-020-00
Appraised Amount:  $39,000.00
Start Bid:  $26,000.00
Attorney Name:  Maria Divita
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
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By |October 23rd, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments

2014 Safe Bank Project

The 2014 Safe Bank Project was a success and had a good turn out today. Angela An with 10TV was master of ceremonies and a list of speakers for the day included Robert B. Radcliff, Pickaway County Sheriff, Chaplain Ronald Reese, Sheriff’s Office, Judy C. Wolford Pickaway County Prosecutor, Financial Exploitation of Seniors – David Kessler, Investigator Fairfield County, Ken Mammoser F.B.I., Marianne Hemmeter, Deputy Director, Economic Crime Unit Ohio Attorney Generals Office and Philip Gentile, Postal Inspector. Other’s in attendance included Pickaway County Auditor Melissa Betz, and Pickaway County Recorder Joyce Gifford Pickaway County S.A.L.T. and Ross County S.A.L.T. groups.

The outcome in attendance with this years Project Safe Bank has exceeded the previous years and we as a group hope to further training and raise awareness on financial exploitation on elders.

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Angela An with 10TV standing with Robert B. Radcliff Pickaway County Sheriff

By |October 21st, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments

Parents Need to Talk to Teens About the “5 to Drive”

National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 19-25, 2014

The “5 to Drive” is five important rules that teens need to follow to stay safe behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. Parents need to be involved in the process, and not be afraid to talk to teen drivers about these five simple rules. Making sure parents set boundaries and expectations from the onset of a teen driving a motor vehicle can mean the difference between life and death. Although this may sound dramatic, the truth is that motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer or persons between the ages of 14 and 18 years. Just five simple rules may make all the difference in the safety of a teen driver. These “5 to Drive” rules are:

*No Drinking and Driving

*Buckle Up Every Trip Every Time-Front Seat and Back

*Put It Down! One Text or Call Could Wreck It All!

*Stop Speeding Before it Stops You

*One passenger at a Time.

Although alcohol is illegal for those under the age of 21, it still play a part in about 28% of motor vehicle crash deaths for this age group. Everyone should realize that buckling up is the easiest way to improve their safety, and distracted driving is becoming a hazard to all those who participates in this activity while behind the wheel . Speed played a role is almost half of the motor vehicle crash fatalities for young drivers in 2012, and having more than one passenger in your vehicle increases your chances of a crash with each person you add to the vehicle.

There are laws in the state of Ohio regarding the number of passengers a teen may have when driving a motor vehicle, as well as laws that prohibit cell phone use by teens while driving.

Parents can join other parents during National Teen Driver Safety Week and make the discussion of “5 to Drive” a priority. Parents can find more information on this program, and how to help their teen become a safer driver at www.safecar.gov/parents . The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recommends the Teen Driver Safety be a priority of parents, traffic safety organizations, and other groups that advocate safety for teens.

By |October 21st, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments

Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office Continues High Visibility Enforcement

A grant that was written earlier this year has been approved for the cost of overtime for extra patrols on local roadways, with the goal of making Pickaway County fatal-free. Over the past three years, the average number of motor vehicle crash fatalities has increased slightly. The Sheriff’s Office hopes that the county can improve this number by continuing to add extra law enforcement patrols to major highways and roadways throughout Pickaway County. By increasing law enforcement’s presence, it is believed that there will be less impaired driving incidents, speed limits will be observed, and seat belt use will increase. All of which are major factors in motor vehicle crashes and deaths. The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office has received a High Visibility Enforcement Overtime grant (HVEO) over the past several years, and has seen many successes as a result of the program. This year, the grant has been divided to specifically attack those areas of traffic enforcement that need to be addressed such as an Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) and a Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP). The total amount of monies to be received is $30,621.25.

The grant is provided by the Ohio Department of Public Safety with funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Sheriff’s Office will use the funds to add extra patrols to local highways during holidays, specific high traffic events, and national campaigns such as “Click It or Ticket” and “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”.

“The funds from these grants are extremely important to our goal of making our highways and roadways safer through enforcement”, noted Sheriff Robert Radcliff. “Without these funds, we would have to be much more creative in our efforts, and we may not be able to have the number of patrols that we feel are needed to assist in the overall safety of our citizens and visitors that travel in and through our community.”

The Sheriff’s Office will work diligently through the month of October with the pending Circleville Pumpkin Show and the Halloween Enforcement period to keep local roadways safe. The Sheriff’s Office is the holder of the Safe Communities of Pickaway County program that works to promote and provide education of traffic safety. Through enforcement and education, the Sheriff’s Office hopes to reach the goal of zero motor vehicle fatalities in Pickaway County.

By |October 13th, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments

Football, Homecoming, and Safe Driving Are a Winning Combination

A winning idea for this football and homecoming season is to combine these two favorite activities with safe driving. Whether it is the local high school games, your favorite college team games, or the professional team games, this sport seems to bring out the fans in droves. Many will watch and celebrate by attending the game, watching at home, visiting a local hot spot, or attending a great party. Whatever your plans may be, and if those plans include alcohol, make sure you remember that if you don’t “Drive Sober”, you will get “Pulled Over”.

Teens should also remember that as they plan for Homecoming dances or other activities surrounding this time of year, they need to make safety to and from the event as important as all the other plans for the event. Please remember that it is illegal to drive and use any type of electronic device in the state of Ohio. But more importantly, the message to “Stay Alive, Don’t Text and Drive” should be a habit used every day. Also, by “Buckling Up Every Trip Every Time”, you can improve your chances of surviving a crash by 50%.

Parents need to be involved in their teen’s driving habits. Talk to your teen, set rules for the use of a motor vehicle, and remind them that their safety is a priority to you, and needs to be a priority to them. Find ways to talk about traffic safety to your teen at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at www.nhtsa.gov .

By |October 13th, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments
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