Annual 287(g) Steering Committee Meeting

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Sep 122017
 

Annual 287(g) Steering Committee Meeting

Date: October 13th, 2017

Location: Hamilton, Ohio

Ground Level of the Government Services Building
315 High Street
Hamilton, OH  45011
Room A/1, A/2

The annual 287(g) steering committee meeting will be held on October 13th, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM.  The meeting will be held at 315 High Street, Ground Level of the Government Services Building, Room A/1 A/2 Hamilton, OH  45011. The focus of the meeting is to increase community awareness and receive feedback on the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) 287(g) program.

This meeting will be open to the public and anyone wishing to speak in reference to the 287(g) program may do so by contacting ICE Supervisory Detention and Deportation Officer, (513) 785-1359, at least 10 calendar days prior to the meeting.

Drug Warrant Sweep

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Nov 122015
 

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November 12, 2015

Agents Conduct Out-Standing Drug Warrant Sweep

Sheriff Richard K. Jones reports that on Tuesday, November 10th around 6 AM, B.U.R.N. (Butler County Regional Narcotics) Taskforce and the United States Marshals Service S.O.F.A.S.T. (Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Taskforce) joined efforts and conducted a county-wide sweep for outstanding drug-related warrants.

“These arrests are the result of several lengthy investigations into the heroin epidemic. We worked well together to make this a success,” stated Sergeant Jason Owens.

The Sheriff’s Office conducts quite a few warrant sweeps each year with a high success rate. “This is a necessity”, said the Sheriff. “If you have a debt to pay, someone has to collect it. Tuesday morning was a great accomplishment in doing just that. I am very proud of these agents and appreciate the assistance of the Marshals. We fully intend on conducting more arrests in the future.”

The following were arrested on the out-standing drug warrants:

  1. Jerome Collier
  2. Lonnie Whitten Jr.
  3. Daniel Trammell
  4. Rhett Smith
  5. Christopher Johnston
  6. Claude Bradley Jr.
  7. Donzel Galliher
  8. Jamin Proffitt
  9. Robert Kennedy Jr.
  10. Lauren Redmon
  11. Beverly Stegall
  12. Khiry Chambers
  13. Kenneth Jones

The Sheriff is requesting anyone with information on the following individuals to contact The Sheriff’s Office at 513-785-1293. You can remain anonymous.

  1. Michael Laney
  2. Jackie Fowler
  3. Demonta Perry
  4. David Powell
  5. Brent Lewis
  6. Brittany Boggs
  7. Jacqueline Cassano
  8. Martin Hoober

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Sgt. Melissa Gerhardt
Public Information Officer

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Message from Sheriff Jones

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Oct 022015
 

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October 2, 2015

Sheriff Jones is Staying in Butler County

Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones announces that he is not going to seek Speaker of the House John Boehner’s vacant seat at this time.

“With the sudden resignation of Speaker of the House John Boehner I was asked by a number of people to run for his seat in Congress.  Over the last week I’ve discussed this proposition with many of my trusted friends and family.  I’ve been fortunate to receive an enormous amount of support from citizens in and around Butler County.  With Congress having an overall approval rating of about 15% they could use someone like me who’s willing to speak their mind and stir things up.  My passion has always been serving my County and Country.  I’ve decided that, right now, the best way to do that is to remain Sheriff. Someday my future may take a different path, but I’m extremely proud to be Sheriff of Butler County and I truly appreciate the outpouring of support I’ve received over the years and specifically the last few weeks.”

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Hanover Twp. Meth Lab

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Sep 082015
 

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September 8, 2015

Meth Lab Discovered After Suspect Calls 9-1-1

Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones reports that during the afternoon of September 5th, Deputies of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office along with BURN (Butler County Regional Narcotics) Taskforce located a meth lab in the 1700 block of Morman Road, Hanover Township.

“Someone called 9-1-1 from the residence and laid the phone down. The dispatcher tried to get someone’s attention with no success so she sent them a text message to let them know they had an open line.  A second call came in from the residence indicating that there was an emergency and to send help. The only ’emergency’ we saw was the meth lab,” said Sergeant Owens.

Joshua Angelo and Robby Brewer, 22-year-old males, were both arrested and charged with production of methamphetamine and assembly of chemicals, both felony charges.

Deputies also located numerous prescription drugs, additional contraband, and meth related chemicals at the residence.

“It makes our job easy when the bad guys call us to stop their illegal business. Unfortunately for them, it did not keep them out of jail. Great job by BURN and the road patrol locating this quick before it could cause harm,” said Sheriff Jones.

Charges have been filed through the Butler County Prosecutors Office.

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Sheriff Sends Letter to Mexican Authorities

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Jul 292014
 

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July 29, 2014

Sheriff Sends Letter to Mexican Authorities

Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones has sent a letter today to Enrique Pena Nieto, President of Mexico, via the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C. In his “Open letter to Officials of Mexico,” Jones outlines some of the financial burdens being faced by local tax payers due to the influx of Mexican Nationals who violate local laws here in Butler County after they illegally entered the United States. Sheriff Jones believes that local taxpayer costs for dealing with these crime-committing illegals has easily run into the millions of dollars over the last 10 years. His letter, copy attached, ends with the Sheriff stating, “…I think it only fair that you provide me with some financial support for dealing with your criminals.”

Prepared by:
Sgt. Monte Mayer
Public Information Officer

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