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JULY 21, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0057

Auction Date & Time:  July 21, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0057
Address:  522 E. Ohio Street
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A05-4-142-00-116-00
Appraised Amount:  $50,000.00
Start Bid:  $33,334.00
Attorney Name:  Colette S. Carr
Attorney Phone:  937-743-4878
Purchaser:
Purchase Amount:  
By |June 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

JULY 21, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2015CI0041

Auction Date & Time:  July 21, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2015CI0041
Address:  2115 Chippewa Drive
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A03-0-002-00-003-00
Appraised Amount:  $85,000.00
Start Bid:  $56,667.00
Attorney Name:  F. Peter Costello
Attorney Phone:  440-600-5500
Purchaser:
Purchase Amount:  
By |June 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

JULY 21, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2015CI0029

Auction Date & Time:  July 21, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2015CI0029
Address:  47 Ashton Drive
City:  Ashville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43103
Parcel Number:  D13-0-005-02-062-00
Appraised Amount:  $85,000.00
Start Bid:  $56,667.00
Attorney Name:  F. Peter Costello
Attorney Phone:  440-600-5500
Purchaser:
Purchase Amount:  
By |June 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

Pickaway County Enters “100 Days” with No Traffic Fatalities

As Summer begins, the “100 Days of Summer” also begins. According to statistics, the period of time from graduations to the start of the new school year is a dangerous time on our highways. With increased travel, more time for teen drivers to be behind the wheel, the use of motorcycles as a means of transportation, and the increase in daylight hours, all contribute to the numbers of increased crashes and fatalities. Special events such as the Fourth of July and Labor Day, and festivals and special events that include alcohol as a part of the celebrations, just add to the dangers. Although the term “100 Days of Summer” often refers to teen driver safety, all motorists should be aware that statistically the summer months can increase the chance of a motor vehicle crash.

“Safe Communities of Pickaway County encourages all drivers and passengers to remember to buckle up, since it is statistically the number one way to survive a crash if it occurs”, noted Teresa C. Carper, Safe Communities of Pickaway County Director. “Also, if you plan to involve alcohol in your summer activities, please find a designated driver to make sure you get home safely.”

To date, Pickaway County has not seen a traffic fatality in 2015. This is significantly down from last year at this time, and Safe Communities would like to reach the goal of a fatal-free year. By remembering that to “Stay Alive, Don’t Text and Drive”, as well as to “Buckle Up Every Trip Every Time”, and remembering the importance of safe speed limits, drivers and passengers can help Safe Communities to reach this very important goal.

Safe Driving Information, and Special Enforcement Periods such as the pending Fourth of July “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, can be found at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at www.nhtsa.gov .

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

Promote Motorcycle Awareness with Ride to Work Day

This June 16th, mark your calendar for “Ride to Work Day”. For those who enjoy motorcycle riding as a form of transportation, this is your day to get out and ride. It is also a great reminder for all of us who use the roadways to remember that we need to “Share the Road”.

As the Summer Season continues, we will see more and more motorcycles join the highways, and drivers of other motor vehicles need to remember that it is important to “Watch Out for Motorcycles”. Riders also need to take the time to make sure they have the proper endorsement and training, that they wear protective gear, and that they never, ever, ride impaired.

“Pickaway County has seen its share of motorcycle crashes over the years, and often it involves a motor vehicle that simply did not see the bike”, stated Teresa C. Carper, Safe Communities Director. “Make sure you give all motorists the respect they deserve, and keep safety in mind this summer season.”

For more information on motorcycle safety, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website at www.nhtsa.gov .

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

Fatals Continue to Remain Low in 2015

Pending “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Important for Ongoing Safety

A review of recent statistics shows that the month of April in Pickaway County netted no fatalities on local roadways. Also, the entire first part of 2015 has been fatal-free in Pickaway County. In comparison to last year, 2015 shows a major shift in traffic safety. For the period of January through April in 2014, Pickaway County had 3 motor vehicle crashes that ended in fatalities. January, February, and March 2014 had one fatal crash each, with April 2014 being the only month in early 2014 to have no fatalities.

“You always need to be careful when you state your community is ‘fatal-free’ when it comes to traffic crashes”, stated Director for Safe Communities of Pickaway County Teresa C. Carper. “Crashes can occur at any time, however the key is remembering safety measures such as ‘Buckling Up Every Trip Every Time’ to improve your chances of survival.”

The National Campaign to promote seat belt use known as “Click It or Ticket” will begin on May 18th , and Safe Communities of Pickaway County is planning a media kick-off, and an event that the public is welcome to attend. The event will be held at Circleville High School at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, May 18, 2015 where a banner unveiling, awards ceremony, and an opportunity for local officials to speak on traffic safety will take place. Following the event, Safe Communities will join local law enforcement, school officials, and students in promoting the safety message in a county-wide seat belt survey for local teens, parents, and administrators.

“We are asking that all Pickaway County citizens join us and buckle up”, stated Carper. “Pickaway County is notorious for having one of the lowest seat belt use rates in the state, and many of our crashes has ended fatally due to the lack of seat belt use.”

Safe Communities will participate in events throughout the period beginning on May 18th and extending through Memorial Day to promote the safety message. Local law enforcement will have extra patrols out for the time period to make sure that motorists get the message that seat belts not only save lives…it is the law.

“Click It or Ticket” is one of the many campaigns throughout the year that is sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. For more information on this enforcement period and other information on traffic safety, visit their website at www.nhtsa.gov .

By |May 13th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

Corrections Nurse Position Opening

The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office currently has a job opening for a nurses position in the corrections division. You can apply online under the careers section or “Click Here”. Be sure to upload or send in your resume online.

By |May 5th, 2015|Categories: General News|0 Comments

MAY 26, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0165

Auction Date & Time:  May 26, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0165
Address:  8158 Scioto Darby Road
City:  Orient
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43146
Parcel Number:  L27-0-001-00-115-03
Appraised Amount:  $70,000.00
Start Bid:  $46,667.00
Attorney Name:  Mark A. Poland
Attorney Phone:  216-771-6500
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:  $63,000.00
By |April 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

MAY 26, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0091

Auction Date & Time:  May 26, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0091
Address:  6436 Putnam Drive
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  N31-0-014-02-022-00
Appraised Amount:  $80,000.00
Start Bid:  $53,334.00
Attorney Name:  Joshua J. Epling
Attorney Phone:  937-743-4878
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:  $53,334.00
By |April 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments

MAY 26, 2015 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0210

Auction Date & Time:  May 26, 2015 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0210
Address:  517 Elm Avenue
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  A05-3-067-00-025-00
Appraised Amount:  $45,000.00
Start Bid:  $30,000.00
Attorney Name:  Matthew Murtland
Attorney Phone:  513-396-8100
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:   $85,412.33
By |April 29th, 2015|Categories: Sheriff Sales|0 Comments