Eugene Fife was reported missing on Friday, June 20th. He was last seen Friday around 1:30pm.
Mr. Fife has a heart condition and diabetes, and may be in need of his medication.
Eugene is 74 years old, 5’10″ tall, 210lbs, and he has gray hair and blue eyes. Mr. Fife is also believed to be driving his white Chevrolet Conversion Van with Ohio License plate EQA7727.
If anyone has details or tips on Eugene Fife’s location please contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office at 740-947-2111
To view the Ohio Attorney General’s Missing Person Poster, please click the following link: MISSING PERSON
Sheriff Richard N. Henderson reports on 07-15-2011 at about 1151 a.m. Sheriff Deputies responded to the 3000 block of BoBo Road in reference to a fifteen month old unresponsive child. Upon arrival Deputies were advised by the child’s mother that the child was found unresponsive in the family swimming pool. Pike County Squad One arrived on scene and the child was transported to Pike Community Hospital and was pronounced deceased. Investigation is pending at this time.
Sheriff Richard Henderson reports that on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 6:49 p.m., the Pike County Sheriff’s Office along with the Ohio State Highway Patrol were called to the area of St Rt. 32 just west of Shyville Rd in referene to an injury accident. Further investigation found the accident had occurred due to a stabbing injury which the driver, Mallory Pettit, age 25, had sustained. Mallory Pettit was taken from the scene by EMS personnel to the Pike County Hospital where she was pronounced deceased.
The Pike County Sheriff’s Office along with the Piketon Police Department located a person of interest found to be a Michael H. Schaffner, age 30. Mr. Schaffner was taken into investigative custody and was later arrested and charged with Aggravated Murder. He was taken to the Scioto County Jail where he will be held pending his apperance in Pike County Court.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification was called to assist in the processing of the scene. All evidence will be presented to the next term of the Pike County Grand Jury.
Sheriff Richard Henderson ext 28
Major Nakoa Spradlin ext 57
Major Tracy Evans ext 65
Major Jeremy Masters ext 68
Sgt. Dan Ritchhart ext 56
Sgt. Tim Dickerson ext 53
Deputy James Burchett ext 61
Deputy Chris Cottrell ext 64
Deputy Bruce Ferrell ext 63
Deputy Cory Hicks ext 59
Deputy Phil Hopper ext 59
Deputy Dave MaCcrae ext 67
Deputy Ray Newman ext 70
Deputy Dave Roosa ext 25
Deputy Hank Steiger ext 60
Deputy Earl Swepston ext 51
Deputy Tara Tackett ext 58
Kelli Sanders ext 27
Bev Ponder ext 26
Lori Ross ext 35
The Pike County Sheriff’s Office provides concealed carry permits on the following days
By Appointment Only
Tuesday from 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday from 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
The CCW application can be picked up in person at the Pike County Sheriff’s office or can be downloaded at the link below. Also listed below are reference materials for the concealed carry class.
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The Pike County Sheriff’s Office conducts background checks on the following days.
BCI And FBI
Tuesday from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Wednesday from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
You may come into the office between those hours without an appointment. Please bring valid photo identification. BCI background checks are $35 and FBI background checks are $35. If you are unsure which background check you need please contact your employer prior to arrival.
Inked Fingerprint Cards
Tuesdays and Friday’s from 8:00 to 4:00p.m. no appointment necessary
You may fill the form out and bring it in by downloading it below. Forms are also available at the office.
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Snow levels are updated here as soon as the conditions change. It will change as soon as a snow level is put into affect by the Sheriff. The information you receive here is as up-to-date as available. If you have already checked the website for snow level conditions you do not need to call the office. The level listed here will always be identical to the level currently in effect.
Snow Levels Explained
No Level – Roadways are clean and safe to travel
Icy Conditions – Roadways Are Covered In Ice. Recommended No One Should Be On The Road.
Level 1 – Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads are icy drive cautious
Level 2 – Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out on the roadways. Contact your employer to see if you should report to work
Level 3 – All roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel. No one should be out during these conditions unless it is absolutely necessary to travel. All employees should contact their employer to see if they should report to work. Those traveling on the roadways are subject to arrest.