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Sheriff’s Office Morning Report for February 4, 2014

| February 4, 2014

On February 3 the Sheriff’s Office investigated two accidents and nine complaints.


– Risa Boyles of Coshocton struck a parked vehicle owned by Brandon Leasure of Sarahsville, Ohio.

– Rickie Lemaster was traveling east on US 36 when she struck a deer.


– While on routine patrol a Deputy Sheriff noticed footprints leading up to an empty house trailer on Twp Rd 508. Upon investigation he found that nothing seemed to be tampered with, but the furnace was removed. The former owner advised the trialer is up for Sheriffs sale.

– Bill Langdon of Coshocton reported the theft of a check from his business mailbox. The subject tried to cash the check in Cambridge,Ohio.

– Sabrina Queen of Coshocton while backing from a parking space struck a vehicle that left the scene. Sabrina and her passenger Carl Queen went to Coshocton Memorial Hospital by private vehicle to be checked out for neck and back pain.

– Ashley Daugherty of Coshocton reported someone entered her vehicle and took school books and a GPS.

– Thomas Ungurean Sr. of Coschocton reported Thomas Ungurean Jr. stole several of Seniors guns and that he threatened to kill him. Upon investigation Thomas Ungurean J.r was arrested for domestic violence.

– Angela Grier of Coshocton reported someone struck her vehicle while parked on Southlawn Avenue.

Source: www.coshoctoncounty.net/sheriff

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