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.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

We are attempting to locate Tristen Bennett and Zachary Branham


We are attempting to locate Tristen Bennett age 15. Tristen is 5'8'' 145 lbs. His head is shaved and he has blue eyes. He is driving his mothers 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix license number FYG9453.
 
Bennett is believed to be in the company of Zachary Branham, age 14, who was last seen on June 30, 2015 in Rittman, OH. He is 5’2” tall, weighs 110 lbs, has hazel eyes, and light brown hair.

Anyone with information should call 330-264-3333

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Part-time Corrections Officer's Needed

We are currently accepting applications for the position of “Part-time Corrections Officer

Correction's officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve time in a jail or prison.

This job is not for everyone...Working in a correctional institution can be stressful and dangerous. Because jail security must be provided 24 hours a day, officers work all hours of the day and night, weekends, and holidays.

This position is part-time with a starting rate of pay of $13.00 per hour. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent , be able to pass psychological testing, drug testing and be in good physical health. Applicants will also be required to pass a extensive background check including polygraph or voice stress analysis testing prior to employment.

Applications may be picked up at the Justice Center, 201 W. North Street, Wooster, or you may click here to complete and print an application form to be mailed. Applications may also be dropped off at the Justice Center between normal business hours. If you choose to mail in your application, please affix the proper postage and address your envelope to: Wayne County Sheriff's Office, Attn: Human Resources, 201 W. North Street, Wooster OH 44691.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Pair arrested just hours after escape from juvenile facility

On June 15th our office responded to the report of an escape from the Linda Martin Attention Center located at 6807 NonPariel Road Wooster, Ohio. The staff member who made the call stated that two 17 year olds who were incarcerated in the facility had assaulted a male guard and took keys that allowed them to escape as well as keys to the guard’s vehicle.

Once outside the facility, the two took the guards vehicle but crashed the car after traveling less than one mile. After crashing the car, the two fled on foot.

Officers form not only the sheriff’s office but also the Wooster Police, Ohio State Highway patrol and the Ohio State University Police responded to the area and attempted to locate the suspects.