2 days ago
The Hardin County Sheriff's Office would like the public to be aware of a telephone based fraud that is happening frequently throughout the country. No person should send money to a governmental office (police department, Sheriff's Office, or IRS) via credit card or pre-paid gift card. This fraud usually entails the caller knowing the name of a family member and asking for money for bail. If you receive a call like this, and question its authenticity, please get the caller's name, telephone number, and what agency they work for. Call the Sheriff's Office so that we can help you determine if it is a scam. ... See MoreSee Less
Am glad you let us all know but it really boils my blood that people have nothing better to do than annoy people like that. I am sure many of your officers get some of the same calls Plus You would thing something could be done but really not much can be done. Its as if you could just reach through the phone and smack the stupid off of them
Good luck lol. I don't even answer my phone most of the time hahahaha. Text me or you get nothing hahahahaha
Why not just find out were they are in jail or prison then call that place and see if it is true
Alert grandma Tobey Steinman
4 days ago
REMAINING MISSING JUVENILES LOCATED:
Following an extensive investigation by the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office into a report of missing juveniles, all of the missing teens have been located.
The investigation stemmed from a complaint of two runaway male juveniles from the Ada area on February 11, 2020. The two were identified as Gauge Sugden age 14 and Tylor Kephart age 14. During the course of the investigation it was learned that Makayla Kephart age 17, who had been reported missing from Findlay, was believed to be with Tylor Kephart.
Both Tylor and Makayla Kephart were located today February 18, 2020, in Marion, Indiana. They are currently in the custody of the Marion, Indiana Police Department.
Sugden was located in Mansfield, OH, on February 17th and taken into custody by the Mansfield Police Department and later turned over to the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job! We will update our post.
Great job to all involved. They were all found safe
Great job law enforcement.
Glad my baby cousins are safe
Thanks. Good to get update!!
Thank God! I will keep all of you in my prayers God bless!
Happy they are safe
Put them in custody of the police because they ran away? Do we know why they felt the need to get out of the situation they was in?
Good to hear.
Amy Thompson Norris
5 days ago
Update February 17,2020 ... See MoreSee Less
Only the one boy Gauge Sugden has been found. The other two are still missing according to this story.
Shared and followed by National Center For Missing and Endangered, Inc.
Thankful they were found
Why, exactly did you take the kid to juvi?
Payers they are both found safe ❤
All snow level advisories for Hardin County have expired. Hardin County is not under any snow levels at this time. ... See MoreSee Less
Hardin County is currently under a Level 1 Snow Emergency. Roadways are slippery and snow covered. Please drive with caution. ... See MoreSee Less
"INFORMATIVE, INSTRUCTIVE & INTERESTING!" is how a previous participant described the Hardin County CITIZENS SHERIFF'S ACADEMY. Applications are available now for the 2020 Academy. The Citizens' Academy, for Hardin County residents ages 21 and older, will meet on successive Thursdays March 5 - April 16; 6-8:30pm. Participants will learn about and experience every aspect of the Sheriff's Office. Applications may be picked up from the Sheriff's Office at 1025 S. Main St., Kenton; completed applications with the $25 fee must be returned to the Sheriff's Office by February 29th. Contact Sheriff Everhart or Chief Deputy Burns with your questions @ (419) 673-1268. ... See MoreSee Less
Roadways throughout Hardin County are becoming snow covered and slippery. Motorists are urged to slow down and drive very cautiously. ... See MoreSee Less
Hardin County roads are becoming slick with the sleet/ice mix that we are receiving. Please use caution while driving and allow extra time for your travels. ... See MoreSee Less
Has there been a level issued yet. My Son does a motor Route for the Lima news and he covers Ada and the country ones as well. Just worried about him
At about 6:45 a.m. I called the Hardin County Sheriff's Department. Snow level 1 is official now on the recording/computer. Everything is caked with ice and not much is moving on the road nearby. The temperature is about 26 right now. The high temp today is 30 so we can hope that there won't be a slick-melt with black ice in sheets now or later in the morning. Ice will melt and refreeze when those heavy trucks drive over it. Most area schools are on a delay. My guess is that there will be no school. I wouldn't want to think about driving a school bus today, but that's just me.
So does this mean we are on a level 1?
The sheriff's office shouldn't have to post a level for you to drive with common sense 😁
Hancock County Sheriff said is there a level one because of the road conditions might be a smart thing if you put us on level one also. That would be the safety for the community
Roads are completely ice covered plows are out but not doing any good the roads are freezing right back over! Level one would be nice but to be honest it should be a level two
Does there have to be a “level” issued for people to realize that they must use extreme caution? We have apps and weather channels which tell us the roads will be snow and ice covered. The only reason people “need” levels is to excuse themselves from certain activities and usually work obligations. If the weather is bad and you feel there may be a risk to your safety, please stay off the roads, for your peace of mind and others safety. A level is just a number...
The roads are basically complete ice
Are we on a level this morning
no doubt it's very slick and school is canceled
I am hanging with you Shariff!
Is there a level been issued
Level 1 yet ?
Angel Fabian Santiago Cruz
- 2020 CITIZENS SHERIFF'S ACADEMY BEGINS SOON! -
Applications are now available for the 2020 Hardin County Citizens' Sheriff's Academy. The Academy, for Hardin County residents ages 21 and older, will meet on successive Thursdays March 5 - April 16; 6-8:30pm. Participants will learn about and experience every aspect of the Sheriff's Office. Applications may be picked up from the Sheriff's Office at 1025 S. Main St., Kenton; completed applications with the $25 fee must be returned to the Sheriff's Office by February 29th. Contact Sheriff Everhart or Chief Deputy Burns with your questions @ (419) 673-1268. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
CHECK THOSE DATES!
With the coming of the new year, it’s a good time to check important dates on any renewable documents you may hold such as drivers license, Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) license and other important documents which may have expired (?) or will expire this year.
Also, don’t forget battery replacements that may be needed in your home smoke detectors and other safety equipment! ... See MoreSee Less
I thought ohio only had CHL (Concealed Handgun Liscence) and not CCW (Concealed Carry Weapons) are there now liscence for weapons to be concealed carried and not only handguns?