Sheriff’s Office Morning Report for February 20, 2014

| February 20, 2014

On February 19 the Sheriff’s Office investigated six accidents and zero complaints.


– Patricia Layland of Warsaw was traveling southbound on SR 60 when she lost control of her vehicle on an ice patch. The vehicle then went off the roadway striking several mailboxes.

– Tiffany Berger of West Lafayette was southbound on SR 93 when she lost control of her vehicle due to the road conditions spinning around striking a vehicle operated by Katrina Havranek of Sugarcreek which was northbound.

– Gregory Stemm of Zanesville was entering a parking space when he struck a parked vehicle owned by Charles Willis of Warsaw.

– Barbara Short of Coshocton was traveling on CR 16 when she lost control of the vehicle causiing it to flip over onto its side.

– Edie Matthew of Coshocton was traveling south on Whitewoman Street when he struck a parked vehicle owned by Allen Holder of Kimbolton.

– John Henry of Coshocton was westbound on CR 16 when he lost control on the icy roadway and struck a bank.


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