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SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2015CI0050

Auction Date & Time: September 22, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number: 2015CI0050
Address: 372 Meadow Drive
City: Circleville
State: Ohio
ZIP: 43113
Parcel Number: A05-1-136-01-018-00
Appraised Amount: $55,000.00
Start Bid: $36,667.00
Attorney Name: David F. Hanson
Attorney Phone: 614-220-5611
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:  $36,667.00
By |August 31st, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

$32

Auction Date & Time: September 22, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number: 2014CI0176
Address: 488 Stella Avenue
City: Circleville
State: Ohio
ZIP: 43113
Parcel Number: A05-1-034-00-041-00
Appraised Amount: $48,000.00
Start Bid: $32,000.00
Attorney Name: David F. Hanson
Attorney Phone: 614-220-5611
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:  $32,000.00
By |August 31st, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

Law Enforcement to Saturate the County in Extra Patrols

Agencies to Join Together to Fight Impaired Driving

The National Crackdown on Impaired Driving is a time period where law enforcement agencies statewide and nationally will have extra patrols out on highways and roadways in an attempt to stop impaired driving. Locally, law enforcement will work together in Pickaway County to be a part of this statewide and national effort.

“Our Office is committed to use our funding through the Ohio Department of Public Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to work with other law enforcement agencies throughout the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign”, stated Sheriff Robert Radcliff. “This includes our partnership with the Circleville Police Department and the Ohio State Highway Patrol. We have been a long time recipient of funds to add extra patrols during these specific campaigns and holidays, and we will continue our efforts to keep Pickaway County safe.”

The local post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol also receives funds for enforcement and creates a variety of enforcement plans throughout the year. During “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”, Lt. Steve Herron of the Pickaway Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol will be conducting what is known as “saturation patrols” throughout the Pickaway County area. By creating partnerships with the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and the Circleville Police Department, all of the agencies will be able to cover the county with extra manpower to fight impaired driving and save lives by removing impaired drivers from our local roadways.

“We are committed to the efforts of saving lives through enforcement in Pickaway County and throughout the state”, stated Lt. Steve Herron, OSP Commander of the Pickaway County Post. “We want to create a joint effort with our law enforcement partners and continue to keep fatalities low in Pickaway County, as well as protect innocent drivers from those who choose to drive impaired. Just like the slogan states…if you don’t ‘Drive Sober’, you will get ‘Pulled Over’.”

“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” continues through Labor Day. However, it should be noted that Impaired Driving is an issue that concerns law enforcement throughout the year. If you have a friend or family member that is impaired, never let them get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk”. For more information on this enforcement period, and others throughout the year, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at www.nhtsa.gov .

By |August 28th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Continues in Pickaway County

A National Crackdown on Impaired Driving that runs through Labor Day was kicked off at the Circleville Walmart on August 21, 2015. Several traffic safety partners were present to help make the event a success. The event was used to make the public aware of the dangers of driving impaired, and to highlight the toll that crashes and fatalities can make on an individual, families, and the community. Sheriff Robert B. Radcliff opened the festivities, and noted that in Pickaway County many crashes, injuries, and fatalities can be attributed to Impaired Driving.

“In 2014, Pickaway County had 18 crashes that were specifically a result of impaired driving, and of those crashes 3 resulted in a fatality. Five people died, and there were 19 injuries associated with a choice to drive impaired. It is my mission to continue the efforts of the Sheriff’s Office to rid our roadways of impaired drivers through extra patrols, and to work cooperatively with other agencies to do all we can to keep our citizens safe on our roadways”, Radcliff stated.

Sheriff Radcliff was joined by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Circleville Police Department, Pickaway Twp. Fire Department, and Safe Communities of Pickaway County in promoting the event. Walmart, an ongoing partner in traffic safety was the sponsor of the event, and the Circleville High School Marching Band Percussion section was on hand to entertain attendees. The annual “Drum-a-thon” and Bake Sale put on by the Circleville High School Marching Band Boosters not only helped to promote the idea of driving sober, but raised funds for percussion equipment for the marching band.

We can not thank all our partners enough for their support in the promotion of this safety message”, noted Safe Communities Director Teresa C. Carper. “It is especially important to have the backing of a local business that employs many of our citizens, but having the Circleville Marching Band join us helps us to reach younger drivers.”

The Enforcement Period continues through Labor Day and local Law Enforcement will be stepping up their patrols in an effort to crack down on impaired driving. Although many may think that “impaired driving” only refers to “drunk driving”, impairment can include being under the influence of drugs. Anyone who gets behind the wheel needs to make sure they are able to focus on the road.

The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign” is one of many traffic safety initiatives that the local Safe Communities program and law enforcement participates in throughout the year. For more on this and other traffic safety campaigns, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at www.nhtsa.gov .

By |August 28th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

Kids & Badges 2015 Event

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By |August 19th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over 2015

DRUM-A-THON

By |August 19th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

Join Traffic Safety Advocates to Stop Impaired Driving

Kick-Off for “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” August 21st

Safe Communities of Pickaway County and their partners in Traffic Safety invite the public to join them in their kick-off for the 2015 “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Crackdown on Impaired Driving. The event, to be held at 10:00 a.m. on August 21, 2015 at the Circleville Walmart, was planned to make citizens of Pickaway County aware of this important traffic safety initiative. Impairment when behind the wheel of a motor vehicle kills thousands of people each year nationwide, and has affected the lives of many families right here in Pickaway County. By being aware of the dangers, it is hoped that those who plan to drink will NOT choose to drive.

“Safe Communities of Pickaway County wants to thank all of their partners and the general public for improving safety on our roadways this past year”, stated Teresa C. Carper, Director for the program. “We invite the public to help us promote this important message at this annual event.”

The festivities will begin with Sheriff Robert Radcliff officially opening the enforcement period, and local law enforcement and the Pickaway Twp. Fire Department will be on hand to greet the public. Information will be provide and citizens can participate in some activities that show how dangerous impaired driving can be. Circleville High School Band Boosters will join Safe Communities with a bake sale and the Percussion Section of the band will be on hand to entertain guests. All proceeds from the bake sale will go to the Percussion section of the Marching Band.

So please join Safe Communities and Walmart in kicking off the 2015 “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Enforcement Period that will run from August 21, 2015 through Labor Day. For more information on this and other traffic safety/enforcement periods visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at www.nhtsa.gov .

By |August 16th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0234

Auction Date & Time:  September 8, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0234
Address:  9365 Wingate Place
City:  Orient
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43146
Parcel Number:  L27-0-010-00-043-00
Appraised Amount:  $98,000.00
Start Bid:  $65,334.00
Attorney Name:  Bethany L. Suttinger
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
Purchaser: AH4R
Purchase Amount:  $122,500.00
By |August 13th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE – WITHDRAWN

2013CI0360

Auction Date & Time:  September 8, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2013CI0360
Address:  603 E. Mound Street
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A05-2-059-00-025-00
Appraised Amount:  $45,000.00
Start Bid:  $30,000.00
Attorney Name:  Ellen L. Fornash
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
Purchaser:
Purchase Amount:  
By |August 13th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE – WITHDRAWN

2009CI0242

Auction Date & Time:  September 8, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2009CI0242
Address:  52 Walnut Street
City:  Ashville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43103
Parcel Number:  D13-0-020-00-002-00, D13-0-020-00-003-00
Appraised Amount:  $60,000.00
Start Bid:  $40,000.00
Attorney Name:  Matthew I. McKelvey
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
Purchaser:
Purchase Amount:  
By |August 13th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments