County auctioning items from April 2014 incident

| April 3, 2016

COSHOCTON – As a result of a long, in depth investigation, from an April 3, 2014 incident at 22357 TR 105 in Oxford Twp., many items used in this business have been forfeited to Coshocton County and will be sold in the upcoming days.

Starting April 4, items will begin to appear on a popular online auction site, If anyone has interest in any of this property, they are urged to register on this site and watch for the upcoming auctions.

Also, if anyone has interest in the scales or scrap metal, the commissioners will be taking sealed bids ending Monday, April 11 at 10 a.m. If interested in the scrap, scales or have general questions, contact Lt. Hettinger at 740-295-3011.

Assisting the Coshocton and Guernsey County Detectives with this lengthy investigation were The Nation Insurance Crime Bureau, BMV Investigation Unit, Coshocton Title Office, the Guernsey County Prosecutor’s Office and The Coshocton County Prosecutor’s Office.



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