Notice is hereby given that the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office has various items of personal property that were found, abandoned, stolen or seized pursuant to a search warrant or other lawful means and are now subject to disposal in accordance with ORC 2981.11 (C).
Members of the public may view a detailed list of these items on the Sheriff’s Office website at www.clermontsheriff.org. Further inquiries regarding specific items (identified by ET#) are to be directed to the Evidence office at 513-732-7502 between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm no later than August 24th, 2017 in order to claim or establish ownership rights of any item listed.
Items not claimed during this period will be subsequently disposed of per appropriate court order. The Office of the Clermont County Sheriff is located at 4470 SR 222, Batavia, OH 45103.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :
Tuesday July 25, 2017
Update on U.S. Bank Robbery suspect: Apprehended
37 year–old Darryl Brandon Griffin of Batavia, Clermont County was apprehended this afternoon without incident for his involvement in the robbery at the U.S. Bank located at 375 W. Main Street in the Village of Owensville. Darryl Brandon Griffin was indicted by the Clermont County Grand Jury today on one count of Aggravated Robbery, a Felony of the first degree. Griffin will appear in Clermont County Common Pleas Court for his arraignment at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday July 26, 2017.
“I am extremely proud of the exceptional teamwork displayed by a number of law enforcement agencies who responded to the initial robbery. Coupled with the investigative efforts of our detectives, such a response resulted in the timely identification and apprehension of the individuals responsible.” Sheriff Steve Leahy
Darryl Brandon Griffith, age 37
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :
Thursday July 20, 2017
Clermont County Sheriff Robert S. Leahy reports that Eric Sanchez, age 33, was sentenced today, July 20, 2017, to 6 years in prison for one count of Corrupting Another with Drugs, a felony of the second degree and one count of Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs, a felony of the third degree.
On April 5, 2017, Union Township Police and Fire Department personnel responded to an overdose involving two individuals. Both were revived with Narcan which was administered by EMS and transported to Anderson Mercy Hospital. Agents from the Clermont County Narcotics Unit, along with Union Township Police detectives, initiated an investigation into the trafficking of the drugs, which caused the overdoses. Evidence collected at the scene of the overdose and from a subsequent search warrant was tested at the Hamilton County Coroner’s Lab and confirmed to contain Carfentanil. The investigation determined Sanchez sold the drugs to the overdose victims. Sanchez was subsequently indicted and pled guilty to the above charges. He was sentenced to 6 years in prison by Judge Victor Haddad in Clermont County Common Pleas Court.
Eric Sanchez, age 33
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Chief Deputy Chris Stratton
Thursday, June 29, 2017 (513)732-7648
On 6-29-17, a resident of Washington Township, Clermont County was indicted by the Clermont County Grand Jury for a series burglaries and breaking & entering’s within Tate, Franklin, Monroe, and Washington Townships in Clermont County.
Kevin Weber, age 30, has been indicted on 4 counts of Burglary, felonies of the 2nd degree; 4 counts of Theft of a Firearm, felonies of the 3rd degree; 2 counts of Breaking and Entering, felonies of the 5th degree; 1 count of Theft, felony of the 5th degree; 3 counts of Forgery, felony of the 5th degree; 1 count of Felonious Assault, felony of the 2nd degree; 1 count of Assault, felony of the 4th degree; 1 count of Kidnapping, felony of the 1st degree; and 1 count of Escape, felony of the 2nd degree.
Beginning in January of 2017, Tate, Franklin, Monroe, and Washington Townships experienced a significant increase in residential burglaries and breaking & entering of detached garages. Property stolen from these residences include firearms, jewelry, various types of lawn equipment and power tools. The investigation identified several persons of interest to include Kevin Weber. Detectives interviewed Weber who admitted to committing several Burglary and Breaking & Entering offenses to support his heroin and methamphetamine addiction between June 2014 and May 2017.
Weber has been incarcerated in the Clermont County Jail since June 10, 2017, for burglary and a municipal bench warrant for possessing drug abuse instruments. On June 17, 2017, Weber attacked a Clermont County Corrections Officer and nurse in an effort to escape from the Clermont County Jail. Weber was subdued by Jail staff without further incident and no serious injuries were reported.
Kevin Weber is currently incarcerated in the Clermont County Jail and is being held without bond. Weber will appear in Clermont County Common Pleas Court on Friday, July 1, 2017, at 8:30 am for his arraignment.
Kevin Weber, Age 30
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:Chief Deputy Chris Stratton Monday, May 8, 2017
May 7th – 13th is National Correctional Officer Week. On behalf of the Office of Clermont County, Ohio, Sheriff, I thank each and every one of you for your excellent service on behalf of the people of this county
You are “special” men and women with extra ordinary interpersonal skills: patience, understanding, dedication to duty, and strength of character. You do more than “guard” offenders. You treat, counsel, train, teach, and rebuild lives. You give hope.
On the job challenges are presented to you every day, you meet such with the quiet dignity you possess.
Again, I commend your service to this Office. May you stay safe, have great success and be blessed to know that your work is appreciated and respected by our entire community.
Robert S. Leahy
Sheriff, Clermont County, Ohio
Joseph A. Palmer
Notice is hereby given that the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office has various items of personal property that were found, abandoned, stolen, or seized pursuant to a search warrant or other lawful means and are now subject to disposal in accordance with ORC 2981.11(C)
Further inquiries regarding specific items (identified by ET#) are to be directed to the Evidence Office at 513-732-7502 between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:0O PM no later than May 12, 2017 in order to claim or establish ownership rights of any item listed.
Items not claimed during this period will be subsequently disposed of per appropriate court order. The Office of the Clermont County Sheriff is located at 4470 State Route 222, Batavia, Ohio 45103
On 5-2-17 at 4:00pm, Darnay Foley turned himself in at the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Foley was taken into custody without incident and was transported to the Clermont County Jail. Foley will appear in the Clermont County Municipal Court for his arraignment at 10:00am on Wednesday 05/03/17.
Darnay Foley age 19
The Clermont County Sheriff’s has identified 3 suspects responsible for the Burglary offense committed on 05/01/2017 at 2:14 pm on Park Meadow Dr., Batavia Township. Darnay Foley, age 19, Zachary Bell, age 18 and a 15 year old male juvenile have been charged with Burglary. Bell is in custody at the Clermont County Jail and will appear in Clermont County Municipal Court for his arraignment at 10:00am on Tuesday 05/02/2017. The juvenile is in custody at the Clermont County Juvenile Detention Center.
Darnay Foley remains at large and has a last known address of Kilgore St. in the Village of Batavia ( no photo available of Foley). Anyone with information related to Foley’s whereabouts is encouraged contact the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office at 513-732-7510.
This investigation is ongoing and will be presented to the Clermont County Prosecutor’s Office for review and presentation to the Clermont County Grand Jury.
Zachary Bell age 18
For Immediate Release Contact Chief Stratton
May 1, 2017 (513) 732-7648
On Monday 05/01/17 at 2:14 pm the Clermont County Communications Center received a 911 call in reference to a male subject walking on Doe Run Court, Batavia Twp. Clermont County with a hand gun. The caller stated that the male subject discharged the handgun twice, as he walked out of her sight. Sheriff’s Patrol units responded and discovered that the male with the handgun was a homeowner, who resides in the 200 block of Park Meadow Dr., in the same subdivision as Doe Run Court. The homeowner advised Sheriff’s Deputies that he confronted three masked subjects, who were attempting to break into his neighbor’s residence, at which time, one of the masked subjects brandished a firearm and fired at him. The homeowner, reportedly returned fire with his handgun, and the three masked subjects fled the area on foot. There have been no injuries reported at this time.
A Sheriff’s K-9 unit was called to the scene and ran a track in an attempt to locate the three masked subjects. The K-9 track was called off due to witnesses reporting that the subjects arrived in an unknown make/model white vehicle, and the K-9 track failing to leave the immediate area. Sheriff’s Office Investigative Unit and Crime Scene Unit responded to the scene reference processing.
This investigation is ongoing at this time and additional details will be provided as they become available. Names and addresses of reporting parties will not be released at this time due to victim safety and ongoing investigative considerations.