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Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office
News Release
November 22, 2017

With very heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our retired K-9 Unit, Deputy Dingo. Deputy Dingo began his career with the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office in January of 2008. He had a long and very active career, which included countless drug busts, wanted person finds, missing children tracks, and fleeing felon apprehensions. Deputy Dingo loved Public Events and his many hours spent with school-aged children. He was instrumental in making our prestigious K-9 unit what it is today. He retired in February of 2015 and enjoyed his retirement years with his handler, Dep. Dave Stone and his family.
The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the many people and local businesses who have supported Deputy Dingo throughout his career.
A Celebration of Life for Deputy Dingo will be held at Given Dawson Paisley Funeral Home on Thursday, November 30th at 10am. Everyone is welcome to attend and share in the memory of Deputy Dingo.


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Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office
News Release
November 17th, 2017

On November 17th, 2017, at 3:17PM, dispatch received multiple calls in reference to a male walking in the middle of Jefferson Township Road 131, in Mohawk Village. The callers advised that the male was walking up and down the road yelling at passing vehicles.
While deputies and EMS were on the way, dispatch received multiple 911 calls stating that a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on State Route 79. When deputies arrived on scene, they were informed that the male, who lived in Mohawk Village, was walking north on SR 79, in the south bound lane, when a truck that was being driven by a male from Coshocton, was traveling south on SR. 79, attempted to go around the male when he ran out in front of the truck.
The pedestrian sustained numerous injuries and was transported to the Coshocton Regional Medical Center Heli-pad. After arriving at CRMC, he was flown to Grant Medical Center.
Assisting deputies at the scene were Coshocton County EMS, the Walhonding Valley Fire Department and MedFlight. The names of the individuals involved are being withheld as this accident remains under investigation by your Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office.


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Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office
News Release
November 17, 2017

With very heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our retired K-9 Unit, Deputy Dingo. Deputy Dingo began his career with the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office in January of 2008. He had a long and very active career, which included countless drug busts, wanted person finds, missing children tracks, and fleeing felon apprehensions. Deputy Dingo loved Public Events and his many hours spent with school-aged children. He was instrumental in making our prestigious K-9 unit what it is today. He retired in February of 2015 and enjoyed his retirement years with his handler, Dep. Dave Stone, and his family.
A “last ride”, that the public is invited to, will be leaving A1 Vet Care at 10:00am tomorrow, the 18th of November and will include Chestnut St., Main St and 2nd St.
The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the many people and local businesses who have supported Deputy Dingo throughout his career.
A cremation and memorial service will follow at a date to be announced later.
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