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JULY 22, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE – WITHDRAWN

2014CI0054

Auction Date & Time:  July 22, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0054
Address:  305 N. Main Street
City:  New Holland
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43145
Parcel Number:  I23-0-010-00-045-00
Appraised Amount:  $90,000.00
Start Bid:  $60,000.00
Attorney Name:  Craig J. Spadafore
Attorney Phone:  614-220-5611
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JULY 22, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2010CI0127

Auction Date & Time:  July 22, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2010CI0127
Address:  240 Miller Avenue
City:  Ashville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43103
Parcel Number:  D13-0-027-00-041-18
Appraised Amount:  $135,000.00
Start Bid:  $90,000.00
Attorney Name:  Andrew C. Clark
Attorney Phone:  614-220-5611
Purchaser:  Plaintiff
Purchase Amount:  $90,000.00
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JULY 22, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2014CI0025

Auction Date & Time:  July 22, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0025
Address:  6998 Brooks Miller Road
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  H18-0-001-00-088-03
Appraised Amount:  $90,000.00
Start Bid:  $60,000.00
Attorney Name:  Craig J. Spadafore
Attorney Phone:  614-220-5611
Purchaser:  Michael and Kristina Reeder
Purchase Amount:  $88,000.00
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JULY 22, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE – WITHDRAWN

2013CI0380

Auction Date & Time:  July 22, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2013CI0380
Address:  9398 State Route 56 E
City:  Circleville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43113
Parcel Number:  J24-0-002-00-190-00
Appraised Amount:  $115,000.00
Start Bid:  $76,667.00
Attorney Name:  David F. Hanson
Attorney Phone:  614-220-5611
Purchaser:
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JULY 22, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE – WITHDRAWN

2014CI0055

Auction Date & Time:  July 22, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2014CI0055
Address:  5408 Liberty Bell Road
City:  Orient
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43146
Parcel Number:  L27-0-015-00-201-00
Appraised Amount:  $90,000.00
Start Bid:  $60,000.00
Attorney Name:  Craig J. Spadafore
Attorney Phone:  614-220-5611
Purchaser:
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Drive Sober or You Will Get Pulled Over This Fourth of July

A Holiday filled with fireworks, picnics, festivals, and special events is upon us, and Safe Communities of Pickaway County encourages everyone to plan ahead for safety this Fourth of July. The National Campaign of “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” will be observed here in our community with increased patrols on our roadways. Local law enforcement will join other agencies across the state, and nationwide, to make sure this Holiday remains safe. The Fourth of July can be one of the deadliest times of the year due to the number of persons who choose to drive impaired. The solution…..designate a sober driver long before the fun begins.

“Pickaway County has had its share of impaired driving crashes and fatalities over the past several years. Thanks to local law enforcement, many of the Holiday weekends have remained fairly safe”, noted Teresa C. Carper, Director for the Safe Communities of Pickaway County program. “However, with the increase in special events here and nearby, there will be more vehicles on the roadways. Please think of your safety and the safety of others before you get behind the wheel impaired.”

The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign is promoted nationwide by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Through their website at www.nhtsa.gov , you can view the risks of driving impaired, and suggestions for improving your safety when traveling in a motor vehicle. Safe Communities has been a part of local events this Spring and Summer to promote a variety of safety messages such as “Click It or Ticket” and “Ride S.M.A.R.T.” . Seat belt use is extremely important, and Safe Communities recommends you “Buckle Up Every Trip Every Time”. Furthermore, the summer months increases travel by motorcycles. Traffic Safety Advocates remind all drivers to “Share the Road” and “Watch Out for Motorcycles” during the summer and all year long.

This Fourth of July remember that “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk”, and report any driver that appears impaired to local law enforcement immediately.

By |July 2nd, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments

Another Traffic Fatality in May Adds to Overall Total

A review of statistics for traffic crashes for the month of May shows that once again Pickaway County has added another fatality to the overall total for the year. Unfortunately, the number of fatalities are increasing in Pickaway County. Safe Communities of Pickaway County continues to promote traffic safety, and use educational tools to make drivers, passengers, and pedestrians aware that safety needs to be a priority every day. A recent survey taken in the community just prior to the recent “Click It or Ticket” National Seat Belt Campaign, proved that the lack of seat belt use remains an issue in Pickaway County. Although there are many reasons as to why a fatality may occur on our roadways, the lack of seat belt use has proven deadly over the past several years.

“Pickaway County will undergo surveys this month to see what our seat belt use rate is overall”, noted Director for Safe Communities of Pickaway County Teresa C. Carper. “I encourage driver to buckle up this month, and continue to ‘Buckle Up Every Trip Every Time’ in order to improve our injury and fatality rate in this community. Pickaway County has continued to have one of the lowest seat belt use rates in the State.”

As the summer months continue, drivers also need to be aware that distractions are not unusual. However, when you add cell phone use and texting to the normal distractions that all drivers experience, the likelihood of a crash increases. With children out of school, pedestrians and bicyclists added to our streets, and the increase in motorcycles on our roadways, added distractions can prove deadly. No one every plans to injure another person when they answer their phone or send a text. But statistically, cell phone use and texting have added to the overall crash, injury, and fatality rate nationwide. Many of those injured or killed have been innocent victims. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asks you to “Stay Alive Don’t Text and Drive”. Learn more about the hazards of distracted driving, and the importance of seat belt use at their website, www.nhtsa.gov .

By |June 15th, 2014|Categories: General News|Tags: |0 Comments

National “Ride To Work Day” is June 16th

Motorcycle Safety Awareness should be a priority every day…….if you are a rider, or if you are a driver sharing the road. National “Ride to Work Day” is a reminder that safety for motorcycles should be a priority all year long, and riders are encouraged to share this view and ride their motorcycle to work on June 16th to show their support. As a rider, certain safety measures should become a habit each and every time you take to the road. For other drivers, making sure you give motorcycles the same rights as other motor vehicles will go a long way to reducing crashes and deaths on our roadways.

Distracted Driving has become a major awareness theme for traffic safety advocates. This concern increases during the warmer months of the year when motorcycles become more prevalent on the road. Making sure you see all that you need to see when you are behind the wheel, and that includes motorcycles, can save a life. Furthermore, it is important to remember that motorcyclists need a full lane length. Although motorcycles are smaller vehicles, they need room to maneuver safely.

As a rider, make sure you “Ride S.M.A.R.T.” . Always ride Sober, Motorcycle endorsed, Alert, with the Right gear, and Trained. Riders need to make sure they follow all the same traffic laws as all other road users, wear an approved DOT helmet, and limit distractions. Motorcycle riding can be, and is, a great way to travel if safety measures are observed. In 2012, 4957 persons were killed in motorcycle crashes nationwide. In Pickaway County, the number of injuries and deaths over the past several years has made this type of traffic safety initiative a priority of the Safe Communities of Pickaway County program, and law enforcement alike. Making sure riders and other road users respect each other, the laws, and the road, can reduce crashes and traffic related deaths significantly.

So “Ride to Work” this June 16th, and show your support for safety on our roadways. As for other road users…… “Watch Out for Motorcycles” on June 16th and every day you travel.

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

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

JULY 8, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2012CI0346

Auction Date & Time:  July 8, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2012CI0346
Address:  17 Danielson Circle
City:  South Bloomfield
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43103
Parcel Number:  D14-0-006-01-042-00
Appraised Amount:  $110,000.00
Start Bid:  $73,334.00
Attorney Name:  Carson A. Rothfuss
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
Purchaser:
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JULY 8, 2014 SHERIFF’S SALE

2011CI0335

Auction Date & Time:  July 8, 2014 at 1:30 pm
Case Number:  2011CI0335
Address:  14951 Plazier Road
City:  Ashville
State:  Ohio
ZIP:  43103
Parcel Number:  M30-0-002-00-075-05
Appraised Amount:  $110,000.00
Start Bid:  $73,334.00
Attorney Name:  Lorelei C. Bolohan
Attorney Phone:  513-241-3100
Purchaser:
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By |June 11th, 2014|Categories: Sheriff Sales|Tags: |0 Comments
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