Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Found Lab/Pit mix

As the county makes the transition into a different dog shelter arrangement over the next few weeks you will notice that we will be posting more “found dog” pictures here.

We are sharing photos of dogs brought in by the dog warden in hopes that the owners can be found as
quickly as possible.

Suspect photo

We are attempting to identify the man shown in this photo. If you have information please call our 24 hour tip-line at 330-287-5763

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Found Boxer

This female boxer was found in the Overton area today. Please call 330-287-5751 if you are missing her.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Lost dog from Rittman

Sharing a photo of a female dog brought in from the Rittman area by Deputy Chellis the dog warden today.

Lacey Booth wanted

We are currently attempting to locate Lacey Booth who was recently released from jail by Judge Carol White Millhoan to allow Booth to visit a doctor. This release was with the understanding that Booth would return to the jail at the completion of the visit. As you might guess, Booth did not return.
Such releases are common and the majority of the inmates do follow the rules and return. While Booth was expected to be released on a DUI charge in April she will now be facing a new charge of ESCAPE.

Anyone with information should contact our office at 330-264-3333.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Deputies protect the protectors

Yesterday several our our deputies donated their time to stand guard at the military recruiting office on Burbank road....
Posted by Wayne County Sheriff on Saturday, July 18, 2015

Friday, July 3, 2015

Deputies WILL NOT accompany land surveyors

We have been notified that representatives from the proposed NEXUS natural gas project will be in our area starting next week.

In some Ohio counties NEXUS has hired off duty deputies/officers to accompany them as they visit property owners. Please take note that our deputies WILL NOT be accompanying land surveyors doing work for its proposed pipeline project.

If you do not wish for NEXUS survey crews to be on your property simply ask them to leave. If they do not do so, contact our office.

As always, our goals are to protect the rights of the citizens of Wayne County and we will not allow our deputies to be used by private industry to intimidate those we are sworn to serve.