On September 20th, 2021 at 5:16 P.M., Deputies attempted to make a traffic stop on a GMC Jimmy for a traffic violation at South Lawn and Alder St. The vehicle fled from deputies traveling northbound through town and went out to US. 36 from CR. 1A. The vehicle turned right onto US.36 heading eastbound. The pursuit continued 23 miles on US.36 into Tuscarawas County just outside of Port Washington. One adult male and One adult female were taken into custody and are currently in the Coshocton County Justice Center awaiting formal charges.Assisting at the scene were Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio State Highway Patrol and Princes wrecker Service. *UPDATE* Twenty seven year old Mithchell A. Derheimer of Coshocton had Felony drug warrants out of Stark County Ohio and is currently awaiting transportation to the Stark County Justice Center. This incident is still under investigation by the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office and the Coshocton County Prosecutors Office and future charges are expected. Sheriff James A. Crawford ... See MoreSee Less

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News Release:On 09/20/2021 at approximately 8:19 PM the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a possible injury accident on U.S. 36 in the 50,000 block in Lafayette Township. Upon investigation of the accident, Deputies determined that Bre Dolan (38), of Newark, Ohio, was traveling West bound when a deer entered the roadway. Mrs. Dolan struck the deer and veered off the left side of the roadway, coming to a rest in the median. Mrs. Dolan was treated and released on scene for minor injuries.Also assisting on scene were Coshocton County EMS, West Lafayette Fire Department and Prince’s Wrecker.Sheriff James A. Crawford ... See MoreSee Less

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News Release:On 09/20/2021 at approximately 12:26 PM the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a possible injury accident on Orange St. near the intersection of South Lawn Ave, in the city of Coshocton. Upon investigation of the accident, Deputies determined that Sheila McCollough (75), of Coshocton, was traveling East Bound on Orange St. when a bee entered the vehicle causing Mrs. McCollough to stop and exit the vehicle. When she exited, the vehicle was not placed in park causing Mrs. McCullough to fall to the ground when the vehicle rolled forward. The vehicle continued forward until it struck a pole and came to rest. There were no other occupants in the vehicle.Mrs. McCullough was treated and released on scene by Coshocton County EMS.Also assisting on scene were Coshocton County EMS and Coshocton City Fire.Sheriff James A. Crawford ... See MoreSee Less

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On 09/20/2021 at approximately 8:19 PM the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a possible injury accident on U.S. 36 in the 50,000 block in Lafayette Township.Upon investigation of the accident, Deputies determined that Bre Dolan (38), of Newark, Ohio, was traveling West bound when a deer entered the roadway. Mrs. Dolan struck the deer and veered off the left side of the roadway, coming to a rest in the median. Mrs. Dolan was treated and released on scene for minor injuries. Also assisting on scene were Coshocton County EMS, West Lafayette Fire Department and Prince’s Wrecker. Sheriff James A. Crawford ... See MoreSee Less

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On 09/20/2021 at approximately 12:26 PM the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a possible injury accident on Orange St. near the intersection of South Lawn Ave, in the city of Coshocton. Upon investigation of the accident, Deputies determined that Sheila McCollough (75), of Coshocton, was traveling East Bound on Orange St. when a bee entered the vehicle causing Mrs. McCollough to stop and exit the vehicle. When she exited, the vehicle was not placed in park causing Mrs. McCullough to fall to the ground when the vehicle rolled forward. The vehicle continued forward until it struck a pole and came to rest. There were no other occupants in the vehicle.Mrs. McCullough was treated and released on scene by Coshocton County EMS.Also assisting on scene were Coshocton County EMS and Coshocton City Fire. Sheriff James A. Crawford ... See MoreSee Less

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