Saturday, April 12, 2014

Missing adult--found

This person has returned and is safe.

UPDATE… This man was seen at a bar in Stark County at 2:45 AM today.

MISSING ADULT... Jeremy Moore age 31 Last seen leaving his home near Dalton Ohio between 1130pm and midnight on 4/11/14. Last seen wearing black shirt and tan pants. He was riding a baby blue Cannondale adult bicycle with baskets on each side. If seen please contact the Wayne County Sheriff's Office 330-287-5750

Looking for Love? You may want to move on.

It has recently came to our attention that certain “services” are being offered in our area.

The people offering these services are using a website called and offer “companionship” at rates ranging from $100-$200 per hour. Of course if you are pressed for cash, they even run specials!
We thought it might be interesting to post our own ad on this site as a reminder that we are watching and we have the ability to post ads ourselves.

Below is the content from todays ad.

Hey guys we are the Wayne County Sheriff's Office located in Wooster Ohio.

We are new to but are looking forward to posting here regularly. Just remember, many of our photos in the future (or even today) might not be as “real” as this one. To learn more contact us at 330-287-5758 or find us on the web at

If you are a victim of human trafficking please call the hotline 1-888-373-7888 or text to BeFree (233733) for specialized victim services referrals.

Poster's age: 32

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Deputies discover large amount of heroin during traffic stop

Early Saturday morning deputies stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and discovered over 140 grams of heroin in the possession of one of the occupants of the vehicle.

 While approaching the stopped vehicle, the deputy spotted a 23 year old Wooster man in the backseat of the car attempting to conceal something. Soon thereafter, a drug detecting K9 form the Wooster police department was used and indicated to the odor of illegal drugs inside the car.

The deputies then conducted a probable cause search of the vehicle and located two packages of heroin in the area that the man was seen hiding objects.

 The man was arrested and later told deputies that he had obtained the heroin earlier in the evening in Detroit.

This is a large amount of heroin and is valued at over $30,000.00. This is a drug that was heading directly to the streets of Wooster and the surrounding area. The suspect in this case is currently facing first degree felony charges and a mandatory 10 year prison sentence.

The investigation into this matter is ongoing and there are several others connected to this case who may be facing additional charges in the future.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Running late?

A interesting citation was issued today to a high school student who lives less than 5 miles from school.This young man was clocked on radar at 100 MPH on a county road. Yes, 100 mph.

This 18 year old student who claimed he was “late for class” will in all likelihood have his drivers license suspended and pay a large fine.
Just leaving his home 2 min earlier would have allowed him to drive the speed limit and avoid the citation. To learn more about how little time is saved by speeding click here.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Deputy Teresa Saurer CSB Officer Of The Year

Gil Ning and Deputy Saurer

Today Deputy Teresa Saurer was named as Wayne County Children Services services “law enforcement officer of the year” at the Annual Child Abuse Prevention Month Community Breakfast .

Officers from Apple Creek, Orrville and Wooster were also nominated but Deputy Saurer was selected as the winner. “ I was shocked to hear that I won. I knew some of the other officers had some serious cases and they deserved it as much as me” said Deputy Saurer.

Deputy Saurer is known in the office as one who is committed to her work and is willing to go the extra mile to help not only the public but her fellow officers as well.

Congratulations Deputy Saurer!

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Level one

This alert is no longer active...Sheriff Hutchinson has issued a LEVEL ONE winter driving advisory. Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. #sheriffsnowlevel

Move Over, Slow Down

Did you know that Ohio's law governing drivers actions when approaching public safety vehicles has been changed? The law was recently revised to include highway maintenance vehicles.

When approaching the vehicles listed motorist are required to slow down and change lanes when it is practical to do so.

You can find the language of the law below.

4511.213 Approaching stationary public safety vehicle displaying emergency light.