Meth Lab discovered in stolen vehicle.

February 2, 2010 by  
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January 29, 2010

Pike County Sheriff Richard N. Henderson reports that today at approximately 8:36 A.M. his office arrested two individuals in possession of a stolen vehicle and manufacturing methamphetamine. Sheriff Henderson reports that a third individual who was able to flee from the scene is being sought.

Sheriff Henderson reports that Deputy James Burchett was sent to the Turkey Run Road area upon receipt of information that a vehicle stolen out of Ross County was in that area. Deputy Burchett located the vehicle setting at the residence of 3031 Turkey Run Rd. Waverly, Ohio. Anthony Todd Adams, age 39, of Lucasville, Ohio and Wesley Brown of Waverly, Ohio, age 30, occupied the vehicle. Deputy Burchett learned that the suspects were actively manufacturing methamphetamine inside the stolen vehicle. Anthony Adams fled on foot and Deputy Burchett apprehended Wesley Brown. A third individual was located inside the residence and was identified as Joshua Mustard, age 37, of Beaver, Ohio. Mustard was later arrested.

Sheriff Henderson reports that Wesley Brown and Anthony Todd Adams are charged with illegal manufacture of drugs a felony of the 2nd degree, possession of drug manufacturing chemicals a felony of the 3rd degree, possession of criminal tools a felony of the 5th degree and receiving a stolen motor vehicle a felony of the 4th degree. Joshua Mustard is charged with possession of drug manufacturing chemicals a felony of the 3rd degree. Wesley Brown is currently housed in the Scioto County Jail on a one hundred thousand-dollar bond & Joshua Mustard is also housed in the Scioto County Jail on a thirty thousand-dollar bond.

A warrant for the arrest of Anthony Todd Adams has been requested and he is being sought after. Anyone with information of his whereabouts is asked to contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office. All tips can remain anonymous.

Deputies certified in handling the hazardous materials related to manufacturing methamphetamine were called to the scene to process the clandestine laboratory. The case remains under investigation and will be presented to the next term of the Pike County Grand Jury.

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Update on road conditions

January 5, 2010 by  
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We are now listing all weather related road conditions (snow levels) on our website.  The website will update automatically when road conditions change.  The information provided on the website is the same information you will be given if you contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office by phone.

We hope that providing up to date weather conditions via our website will improve communication with the residents of Pike County.

Halloween 2009 – Trick or Treat dates and times.

October 15, 2009 by  
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All times are for Saturday Oct 31st.

City of Waverly – 5pm to 7pm

Village of Piketon – 5pm to 7pm

Beaver – 5pm to 7pm

Pike County – 5pm to 7pm

Waverly Lion Club Parde – 7:15pm

Infant in serious condition after numerous rodent bites, 3 arrested

July 21, 2009 by  
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The Pike County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the injury of a six week old infant that occurred during the early morning hours of July 19, 2009.  The incident occured on Red Bridge Road in Western Pike County.

The infant was transported to Children’s Hospital in Columbus for treatment where it is listed in stable condition.  Detectives responded to Children’s Hospital where they conferred with Doctors and interviewed family members.

After interviews were conducted, Doctor’s at Children’s determined that the infant’s injuries were consistent with rodent bites and that the injuries occurred over a lengthy period of time.  The child suffered serious injuries to the left foot and back as well as numerous bite marks to other parts of the body.

The investigation resulted in the arrest of three individuals.

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Todd C. Trent, age 18 of 2209 Red Bridge Rd., Peebles Oh.

Charges as follows:

Child Endangering, Obstructing Official Business and Tampering with Evidence.

 

 

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Tina Gunter

Charged as follows:

Child Endangering

 

 

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Joseph Gunter

Charged as follows:

Child Endagering

 

 

All three suspects are currently being housed at the Ross County Jail pending further investigation.

06-18-2009: Home invasion suspect killed during confrontation with deputy.

June 19, 2009 by  
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Pike County Sheriff Richard N. Henderson resports that today at approximately 1:00 p.m. Deputies were requested by the United States Marshals Service and the Ohio State Highway Patrol to assist in locating the individual identified as Stephen R. Kirk, age 34, of Columbus, OH.  The U.S. Marshals Service had apparently went to a residence in an attempt to arrest Kirk for warrants from Columbus, Ohio for Burglary/Forced entry into a residence and from Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction for a parole violation.  Upon finding Kirk, it was reported that he had fled on foot in the area.

Sheriff Henderson further reports that at approximately 3:28 p.m. today the Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received a call stating that Kirk was walking on Church St. in Beaver.  Sheriff Henderson reports that a nearby Patrol Deputy responded to the area and located Kirk at which point a Deputy responded to the area and located Kirk at which point a confrontation followed resulting in the Deputy discharging his sidearm at Kirk.  Kirk was later pronounced deceased at the scene.  Pike County Coroner’s Office has ordered an autopsy.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Indentification was called to the scene to conduct the investigation.

05-12-09 Click It or Ticket Launched To Help Save Lives

May 12, 2009 by  
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Pike County, Ohio - During 2007, more than 14,000 people in passenger vehicles died in crashes while unbelted.  About half of these lives could have been saved if they had been wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.  As sad as this statistic is, the numbers are even worse at night than during the day, according to new figures released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 

Nationwide in 2007, 14,464 passenger vehicle occupants died in highway crashes during evening and night-time hours (6 p.m. to 5:59 a.m.), and fully 63 percent of those killed in crashes (8,319) were not wearing their seat belts.  By contrast, during daylight hours, 45 percent (5,917) of those killed were not wearing seat belts.

 

That’s why Pike County Sheriff’s Office is joining state and local law enforcement agencies and highway safety groups in supporting an aggressive national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign from May 18 through May 31.  Police will be ticketing unbelted vehicle occupants around the clock—night and day.

 

Consistent research has shown that fewer people are buckling up at night, when the risk of a being in a fatal crash is greatest.  That’s why the Pike County Sheriff’s Office will be out in force at night as well as during the day to make sure that drivers and passengers take seat belts, and seat belt laws, seriously.

05-08-2009 Five arrested during drug raid.

May 9, 2009 by  
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Pike County Sheriff Richard N. Henderson reports that on Thursday May 7, 2009 at 5:00 AM members of the Pike County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team, members of the Waverly Police Department Special Response Team aided by the members of the US 23 Major Crimes Task Force executed a search warrant at 286 State Route 104.  The search warrant is a result of a joint investigation conducted by investigators with the Sheriff’s Office and the Waverly Police Department.  Sheriff Henderson reports that the warrant resulted in the seizure of a large amount of cash money and a large amount of crack cocaine.  Sheriff Henderson reports that five individuals were arrested.

Arrested Were:

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Deangelo Jackson age 25 of Sullivant Ave. Columbus, Ohio was arrested and charged with aggravated trafficking of drugs a felony of the first degree, posession of crack cocaine a felony of the fourth degree and tampering with evidence a felony of the third degree.  Jackson’s bond is set at $130,000.

burkeNathan Maruce Burk age 26 of Rich Street Columbus, Ohio was arrested and charged with aggravated trafficking in drugs a felony of the first degree, possession of drugs a felony of the first degree and obstructing official business a misdemeanor of the second degree.  Burk’s bond is set at $101,000.

smithAndrea Dawn Smith age 28 of Jasper Road in Piketon, Ohio was arrested and charged with posession of drugs a felony of the first degree and tampering with evidence a felony of the third degree.  Smith’s bond is set at $80,000.

bolerAnita Boler of 2nd St. Columbus, Ohio was arrested and charged with possession of crack cocaine a felony of the first degree and tampering with evidence a felony of the third degree.  Boler’s bond is set at $80,000.

habLadonna Hablitzel of SR 104 Lucasville, Ohio was arrested and charged with permitting drug abuse a felony of the fifth degree and endangering children a misdemeanor of the first degree.  Hablitzel’s bond is set at $11,500

News Release: 4-29-09 Home raided for drugs

May 2, 2009 by  
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On Wednesday April 29th, 2009, Sheriff Richard N. Henderson reports that the Pike County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant in Pike County at 2361 Buchanan Road. During the search of the residence, prescription medication and illegal narcotics were confiscated. As a result of the investigation into the alleged illegal activity, Leonard Sines, age 45, was arrested and transported to the Ross County Jail. All evidence will be presented to the next term of the Pike County Grand Jury.
The Sheriff’s Office will be seeking forfeiture of all items which were seized from the execution of the search warrant.

News: Weekend Arrests

March 28, 2009 by  
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03/16/2009

Sheriff Richard N. Henderson reports the following activity for his office over the past weekend.

03/13/2009

Deputies arrested 3 individuals on Germany Rd. and charged them with Posession of Chemicals with Intent to Manufacture Drugs.  The three subjects were found to have items that are used to manufacture Methamphetamines.  Arrested were:

Gerald Potter (52) of McArthur, OH.

Donald Entler (25) of Waverly, OH

Kevin Wilburn (37) of Waverly, OH

All three were lodged in the Ross County Jail pending court hearings.

03/15/2009

Deputies conducted a Warrant Blitz and as a result 13 individuals were arrested on various charges and lodged in the Ross County Jail.  Arrested were:

Michael Hawkins (19) of Chillicothe – Indictment on Breaking and Entering and Receiving Stolen Property.

Rebecca White (27) of Waverly – Indictment on Forgery

Edward Linson (28) of Chillicothe – Bench warrant on charges of Arson and Breaking and Entering

Lawrence Hoagland (37) of Waverly, Indictment for non-support of dependents.

William Tomlison (47) of Beaver, Indictment for non-support of dependents.

Bo Michelle Tackett (22) of Beaver, Indictment for Forgery and Receiving stolen property

Gary Greene (43) of Piketon, Indictment for Grand theft

Charlene Alley (36) of Waverly, Indictment for Forgery and Posession of dangerous drugs.

Shannon Wolfe (38) of Bainbridge, Indictment for Breaking and Entering

In addition to the above, three individuals were arrested on warrants out of Ross County and one individual was arrested on a warrant out of Jackson County.

Sheriff Henderson indicated that because of a large backlog of warrants that his office will continue to be aggressive in this matter.  Since January 1, 2009 Deputies have served over 100 warrants for arrest.  The courts have issued these warrants for the purpose of getting criminals off our streets and holding them accountable for their actions, therefore we will continue to execute all active warrants.

News: Traffic blitz on St. Patrick’s Day

March 11, 2009 by  
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March 11, 2009

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a St. Patrick’s Day traffic blitz. Deputies will be on patrol for aggressive driving, impaired driving, speeding, safety belt and child safety restraint usage.

This project is made possible by funding from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Governor’s Highway Safety Office. A grant for high visibility overtime supports our efforts in making Pike County roadways safer to travel.

Sheriff Richard Henderson encourages you to have a designated driver, always wear your seat belt, and never drive impaired.

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