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Out of a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the hot blueness on the Florida sky, ran a small, tawny-haired boy. His bare feet, extending from his overalled legs, crackled towards the fallen palmettos. He leaped in to the air, flinging his arms toward a flock of white doves circling over him.
Hardin County Sheriff's Office · Yesterday at 6:09am · I had the time of the occurrence wrong, the Deputies had it correct on their reports but I read it wrong. The correct time this occurred is 10:15PM. And the suspect was NOT wearing gloves. As for the weight of the suspect obviously know one knows for sure so lets assume between 160 and 190 lbs. Sheriff Keith EverhartHardin County Sheriff's Office · January 13 at 6:12am · Hardin County has cancelled the Level 1 snow emergency.
1-13-18Hardin County Sheriff's Office · January 12 at 6:04pm · Hardin County continues to be under a LEVEL 1 snow emergency. Roads are ice & snow covered. Travelers may also encounter white-out conditions. Please drive carefully. (1/12/18 b.)Hardin County Sheriff's Office · January 12 at 1:59pm · Hardin County is under a LEVEL 1 snow emergency due to roads being ice & snow covered and slippery.
Please use caution while driving. (1/12/18).Hardin County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos. · January 5 at 6:59am · On December 12, 2017, law enforcement officials from Ohio and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) arrived in Texas to visit the DEA’s El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC). Housed on the grounds of Fort Bliss, EPIC coordinates the collection, analysis and dissemination of drug-related intelligence with federal, state, local and foreign law enforcement organizations.
The DEA intelligence program helps law enforcement initiate investigations of drug organizations, strengthen...s ongoing ones and develops information that leads to seizures and arrests. During the trip, Ohio’s delegation had the opportunity to take an aerial tour of the international boundary with Mexico and discuss operations with members of the Border Patrol. From there, the delegation traveled to the one of the largest international ports of entry, the Bridge of the Americas.
While there, they observed agents from Customs and Border Protection screen commercial vehicles, cargo and passengers cars using x-ray technology. The delegation also observed the process of screening pedestrians. At EPIC, Ohio officials received an overview about the heroin and opiate drug trade as well as narcotics trafficking and trends. The delegation learned nearly 90% of all heroin, fentanyl and opiate drugs are trafficked across the southwestern border.
Once the drugs arrive in our country, cartels break down the drugs into smaller amounts to be shipped across the country for sale. EPIC shares information and intelligence gathered at the border and nationwide to help law enforcement officials identify and arrest drug couriers. EPIC also provides many services to law enforcement agencies including analytical support, investigatory support and training.
These shared services are tailored to an agency’s needs and frees up local resources to be used in other capacities. Ohio’s delegation consisted of Sheriff Michael L. Simpson of Preble County, Sheriff Thomas M. Riggenbach of Van Wert County, Sheriff Matthew Treglia of Allen County, Sheriff Keith A. Everhart of Hardin County, DEA Resident Agent in Charge Keith Martin and DEA Assistant Agent in Charge James Goodwin.
Representing the Ohio State Highway Patrol were Colonel Paul A. Pride, Patrol Superintendent, Lieutenant Colonel Michael D. Black, Major B. Gene Smith and Captain Michael D. Kemmer. See MoreHardin County Sheriff's Office · January 1 at 7:49am · Our best wishes to you for a safe, healthy and HAPPY NEW YEAR!Hardin County Sheriff's Office · December 30, 2017 at 2:33pm · Saturday December 30th, 5:30pm.
As night falls please be aware that Hardin County is not under any snow emergency however most roads are snow covered and slippery. Some secondary roads are beginning to see some slight blowing and drifting as well. Please use caution while driving.Hardin County Sheriff's Office · December 30, 2017 at 5:10am · Hardin County is no longer under any snow level. The Level 1 snow emergency has been cancelled.
Hardin County Sheriff's Office · December 29, 2017 at 5:29pm · Hardin County is currently under a Level 1 snow emergency. This means roads are snow covered and slippery. Please use caution while driving.albumAlbum Untitled AlbumHardin County Sheriff's Office · December 26, 2017 at 11:04am · 2017 Shop With A CopUntitled Album151 PhotosHardin County Sheriff's Office · December 25, 2017 at 9:34am · Our entire Hardin County Sheriff’s Office family wishes you and your’s a safe and Merry Christmas!Hardin County Sheriff's Office · December 12, 2017 · Ridgemont 5th grade DARE bowling trip!Hardin County Sheriff's Office · November 29, 2017 · SCAM ALERT! The Sheriff's Office has been made aware of a scam where an individual receives a call stating that becasue of the person's good character and being a model citizen that Walmart, Apple and an out of state bank have partnered to provide the person with a cash award.
The award is claimed by the person purchasing Apple gift cards at Walmart, then calling a specified phone number where the gift card IDs are provided to the "program representative"; afterwards, the c...ash value of the card(s) will supposedly be sent to the person being scammed. Of course, the money is never received. Please beware of any such offers. The old idiom "if it's too good to be true, it probably is" should be a guide and guard in these situations.
If approached with such "offers" it is advisable to simply hang up; or at the very least do nothing until the authenticity of such offers can be personally verified. Never provide personal information to unkown/unverifed callers. See MoreHardin County Sheriff's Office · November 23, 2017 · Our Hardin County Sheriff’s Office family wishes you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving!Hardin County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.
· November 11, 2017 · Deputy Carl and his partner Riley along with Deputy Bodine and his partner Cory visited the 3rd grade classes at Ada Elementary on Thursday. The kids got to meet the dogs and ask questions of the Deputies. Thank you for having us visit.