The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office has announced on social media that it has made an arrest in the Alum Creek Lake homicide case.
Six days after an Alum Creek Lake kayaker discovered the body of Timothy R. Marcum inside a storage tote, detectives with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office have charged the man they believe is responsible. Timothy P. Burney Baldrick, 43, of Columbus, was taken into custody without incident at 2:30 AM on Saturday, July 3, and has been charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence. Additional charges will follow.
Columbus Police’s SWAT and Dublin Police assisted the Sheriff’s Office with the overnight arrest. More…
On behalf of Delaware County Sheriff Russell Martin, the Sheriff’s Office has introduced a new initiative aimed at deeper citizen involvement in local law enforcement operations.
The Community Engagement Volunteer Process will consist of resident volunteers who will contribute ideas, perspectives, and feedback to the Sheriff’s Office. The purpose is to learn about expectations from our community, strengthen partnerships with our residents, and continually improve as a law enforcement agency. As public servants, we understand that our community collectively sets the expectations of local law enforcement, governs our actions, and ultimately holds us accountable.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is in need of your help.
On Thursday, the office posted the photo below of an unidentified woman who is wanted for questioning in an alleged theft.
Contact information is included below.
Do you recognize the female suspect pictured? We would like to speak to her as she allegedly stole cash from another customer in the self-checkout lane at the Super Walmart on U.S. 23.
— Delaware County SO (@DelCoSheriff) April 15, 2021
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is asking for information relating to two Delaware County teenagers.
MISSING: If anyone has information on the whereabouts of 16-year-old Anyla Reinstein and/or 17-year-old Sierra Mowrey, last seen together in the Powell area, please contact Detective Pitts:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-833-2800.
No foul play is suspected, and based on recent communications, the teens are believed to be runaways. On behalf of the families, we would appreciate any information.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office issued the following statement on social media Monday in response to the State of Ohio “Stay at Home” Order:
“Ohio’s Stay-at-Home Order goes into effect tonight, Monday, March 23 at 11:59PM, and while we cannot address specific questions or scenarios, we request all residents comply with the Ohio Department of Health’s Order, which specifically defines essential workers and businesses—in great detail.
DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Deputies will exercise broad discretion.
We will NOT intentionally seek out violators.
There are no planned checkpoints.
If deputies would encounter someone in response to a call for service, such as a traffic crash or a report of a suspicious person, etc. at that time we would inquire as to where they are headed and their reason for travel.
We will handle each incident on a case-by-case basis.
Our expectation is that if you are traveling for an essential need or work, you will be going from Point A to Point B. In other words, should a deputy have contact with someone, the reason they provide for their travel will comply with the Governor’s and ODH Order.
As our residents comply, deputies can direct their energy and services to where we’re needed. I.E.: responding to serious crimes, supporting victims, and assisting the elderly and fragile populations.
We ask residents to use caution in every decision related to their personal actions and the potential spread of COVID-19.
At the Sheriff’s Office, we want what every American surely wants at this time: to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19 and to help protect our loved ones, friends, neighbors, and vulnerable populations.
ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES & WORKERS
We are asking employers to assist law enforcement as much as possible.
EMPLOYERS: Providing your employees with an “Essential Worker” letter indicating they are required to work is a helpful tool for law enforcement should we come into contact with them during the normal course of our duties. The letter will help us to quickly verify employment and we would be able to expedite our contact.
The letter should include the following: printed on company letterhead, have employee’s name and work hours, address of work, employer contact name and 24/7 phone number, and be dated and signed.
EMPLOYEES: When traveling to and from work, please have in your possession your “Essential Worker” letter (if provided to you by your employer), driver’s license/government issued photo ID, and work ID. This will expedite any potential interaction we may have with you.
Members of the 143rd Basic Peace Officer Class received training certificates during a graduation ceremony held Thursday afternoon at the Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy. The 39 graduates will assume duties as peace officers for 23 Ohio agencies.
Included in those 39 were three from the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office. More…