Pike County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Assistance from Public in Locating Wanted Sex Offenders

February 24, 2015 by  
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Pike County Sheriff, Richard N. Henderson reports that three Pike County sex offenders are wanted for offenses of Failure to Register their Address with the Sheriff of the County and other offenses.


 

Robert Wayne Carter:  Age: 40

Wanted for: Failure to Register Address with the Sheriff

Failure to Verify Address with the Sheriff

Last Known Address: 2982 Stewart Hollow Road, Peebles, Ohio

Convictions: Rape and Burglary from Ross County, Ohio

Robert W. Carter

Mr. Carter is described as being 5’8” tall, 170lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Mr. Carter has multiple tattoos on his body- tattoo of ‘Marilyn Manson’ on his chest that is visible on the lower, front portion of his neck. He also has a tattoo on his back- ‘Hate’ with a swastika.


Raymont Earl Willis II: Age 36

Wanted for: Failure to Register Address with the Sheriff

Failure to Verify Address with the Sheriff

Having Weapons While Under Disability (2cnts)

Last known address: 12557 State Route 104, room 15, Waverly, Ohio 45690 (Sierra Motel).

Convictions: Gross Sexual Imposition from Hamilton, County, Ohio

Raymont Willis

Mr. Willis is described as being 6’00” tall, 195lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. Mr. Willis has no known tattoos.


Carl Franklin Toland Jr. : Age 34

Wanted for: Failure to Register Address with the Sheriff

Last known address: 204 St. Mary’s Lane, Waverly, Ohio 45690

Convictions: Sexual Battery and Rape from Pickaway County, Ohio

Carl Toland

Mr. Toland is described as being 6’00” tall, 200lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. Mr. Toland has multiple tattoos on his body- tattoo of ‘Pure Honkey’ on the left side of his chest, ‘C.J.’ on his right wrist, a clown on his right arm and a star with a clown on his left shoulder.


Sheriff Henderson is asking for the public’s help in locating these three individuals. Due to their criminal history, they should be considered dangerous. Sheriff Henderson asks that if anyone knows the whereabouts of these people to call the Pike County Sheriff’s Office immediately- 740-947-2111.

 

Pike County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report 2014 Year End Totals

January 27, 2015 by  
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News Release 12-9-14

December 10, 2014 by  
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December 9, 2014

Pike county Sheriff, Richard N. Henderson reports that on Tuesday, December 9,2014, his office along with investigators from the US 23 Major Crimes Task Force, the Ohio Organized Crime Commission, the Ross County Sheriff’s Office, and the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at 605 Circleview Drive, Waverly, Ohio. The warrant was a result of an ongoing investigation into the sale of illegal narcotics. Arrested during the search was Shad Mitchell Hannah (38 year old male) of Waverly, Ohio. Mr. Hannah was transported to the Scioto County Jail and housed on charges of trafficking in drugs (Heroin) and resisting arrest. The case will be presented to the next term of the Pike County Grand Jury.

News Release from Sheriff Henderson

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December 4, 2014

Pike county Sheriff, Richard Henderson reports that on Wednesday, December 3, 2014, while on patrol, Deputy Chris Cottrell located a stolen vehicle in Latham, Ohio. Deputy Cottrell activated his patrol vehicle’s overhead lights and the vehicle with its two occupants fled from him. Deputy Cottrell followed the vehicle from a safe distance. Additional Deputies from the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, Highland County Sheriff’s Office, Adams County Sheriff’s Office, Ross County Sheriff’s Office and Officers from the Peebles Police Department converged in the area and assisted in getting the vehicle stopped. After a brief foot chase, the driver, Zachary Conley (35 year old male from Peebles, Ohio), and the passenger, Quentin Havens (35 year old male from Beaver, Ohio) were taken into custody. Both Mr. Conley and Mr. Havens had active warrants for their arrest through multiple agencies and both were being sought for questioning by the Peebles Police Department.

This case will be presented to the next term of the Pike County Grand Jury

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November 11, 2014 by  
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Pike County Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff Richard Henderson reports that on November 5, 2014 deputies were dispatched to 237 Darst Road after receiving an  anonymous tip of possible meth activity at this residence. Upon arrival, deputies were able to see inside the residence and observed a male subject carrying items to the rear of the residence which are used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. Once entry was made into the residence deputies apprehended and arrested Dallas Jarrett Jr., 32 years old. Dallas Jarrett Jr. was charged with Illegal Assembly of Chemicals to Manufacture Drugs (F-3), Illegal Manufacture of Drugs (F-2), Tampering with Evidence (F-3), Possession of Criminal Tools (F-5) and Assault on a Peace Officer (F-2). Due to the deliberate actions of Dallas Jarrett Jr., deputies were exposed to hazardous chemicals and were treated at the scene by EMS personnel.

Mr. Jarrett was transported to the Scioto County Jail where he will be held pending his appearance in Pike County Court. This case will be presented to an upcoming term of the Pike County Grand Jury. Sheriff Henderson thanks citizens for their tip and encourages anyone with information into illegal activity to contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office where you call will remain anonymous.

“Know Before You Go” this Halloween

October 28, 2014 by  
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Sheriff Henderson urges parents,

“Check sex offender registry before Halloween”

Did you know according to statistics from the Department of Justice and Watch Systems LLC, an estimated 80% of all addresses have at least one sex offender within one mile. Forty-five percent of all sexual assault victims are under twelve, and 75% of victims know their attacker. Over half of all sexual assaults occur within one mile of the victims home. Did you know currently there are 48 sex offenders in Pike County.

So before your children Trick-or-Treat this Halloween, Sheriff Henderson wants parents to have real-time access to sex offenders in your area.

“We do our best to ensure sex offenders live where they tell us, but it is up to our citizens to utilize these online tools to see who the registered sex offenders are and where they are living”, says Sheriff Henderson.

It is critical that you “Know Before You Go” this Halloween. Sheriff Henderson advises parents to go to www.pikecosheriff.com and click on the ESORN tab or go the Ohio Attorney Generals website at www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov and click on the Sex Offender Search tab at the bottom of the main page. Parents can quickly search for sex offenders in their area using the statewide database. Simply enter your home address to view printable map of your neighborhood and any offenders in the surrounding area.

“If you aren’t  planning on Trick-or-Treating in your own neighborhood, but will be in a different neighborhood, register that address beforehand so you know which houses to avoid”, says Sheriff Henderson. The alerts are in real-time and sent out via email as soon as an offender has registered with the Sheriff’s Office.

There is no cost of this service to the public, and no limit to the number of addresses you can register. Your email address and physical address are all confidential.

With these resources available, Sheriff Henderson says parents can feel confident that they are armed with the necessary tools to keep their children safe this Halloween.

If you have questions, or need further help regarding the sex offender registry, contact Robert Cornwell, Executive Director of the Buckeye State Sheriffs Association at (217)-753-2372

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office 21st Annual Halloween Bash

September 26, 2014 by  
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The 21st Annual Pike County Sheriff’s Office Halloween Bash

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting the 21st Annual Halloween Bash on October 21st, 2014. The Halloween Bash will begin 6pm-9pm. Sign ups for the costume contest will be from 6pm-7pm, and the costume contest will begin at 7pm.

If anyone wishing to make a donation can contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office at 740-947-2111

Marijuana Eradication

September 18, 2014 by  
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Pike County Sheriff Richard Henderson reports that members of the Pike County Sheriff’s Office , the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI&I) and the Southern Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (SOCF) recently conducted an annual marijuana eradication in Pike County. Four hundred and fifty seven marijuana plants were seized with an estimated value of $475,000.00, Sheriff Henderson stated he would like to thank these agencies for their help in the continuing war on drugs and for keeping these plants from reaching our streets. Anyone who has information on any drug activity is asked to contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office at 740-947-2111 or contact can be made at www.pikecosheriff.com. These calls shall remain anonymous.

 

 

 

Sheriff Henderson Promotes Two Deputies

August 22, 2014 by  
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On August 15, 2014, Sheriff Henderson promoted deputies, David MacCrae and Cory Hicks to the rank of corporal. Corporal MacCrae and Corporal Hicks will not only be performing their regular duties as road officers, they will also be performing supervisory duties as well. The addition of the two corporal positions will be beneficial to both the Sheriff’s office and the community.   To read more on this story visit The Pike County News Watchman website at: http://www.pikecountydaily.com/news/article_450ffc9b-b377-590a-ba66-63d42dffc5f3.html

 

 

 

Tips for staying safe this Halloween

October 11, 2013 by  
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This Halloween, the Pike County Sheriff’s Office will crack down on drunk drivers throughout the region with an aggressive Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement effort, and the Pike County Sheriff’s Office has given fair warning to all party goers: keep the party off the road.
“The scariest part of Halloween is not the spooky costumes and scary pranks, it’s the impaired drivers. All too often, party goers don’t plan ahead and choose to drive impaired, but a costume can’t disguise drunk driving”, said Sheriff Richard Henderson.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), from 2007- 2011, 52 percent of all national fatalities occurring on Halloween night involved a drunk driver.
In 2011, when Halloween fell on a Monday, 44 percent of the nation’s fatalities during the Halloween weekend occurred in a crash involving a driver or a motorcycle operator with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher. Thirty-eight percent of fatalities on Halloween night occurred in a crash involving a driver or a motorcycle operator with a BAC of .08 or higher.
Young men are particularly at risk of being involved in a traffic crash as a result of “buzzed” or drunk driving. Males ages 21-34 comprised almost half of all drunk drivers who were killed in motor vehicle crashes nationwide during the 2011 Halloween period.
“If you celebrate with alcohol, you don’t belong behind the wheel”, said Sheriff Henderson. “A sober and safe ride after the party is the best treat you can give yourself and everyone else on the road this Halloween”.
To keep safe this Halloween, Sheriff Henderson recommends these tips: • Before the Halloween festivities begin, plan a way to safely get home at the end of the night. • Always designate a sober driver. • If you are impaired, take a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation.

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