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"Welcome to the Marion County Sheriff's Office Website. As Sheriff of Marion County, Ohio, I hope that you find this site both useful and informative. The men and women of the Sheriff's Office are personally committed to providing the citizens of Marion County the best in law enforcement services."

- Sheriff Tim Bailey

MARION COUNTY HAS DOWNGRADED TO A LEVEL 2 SNOW ADVISORY

At 11:32 a.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office downgraded from the Level 3 Snow Emergency that was put into effect early this morning to a Level 2 Snow Advisory.  The Level 2 Snow Advisory remains in effect at this time. Roadways are still snow covered, slippery, and can be dangerous in areas. In some open field areas roadways can still drift shut. Do not attempt to drive through drifted snow and do not be out unless necessary.

MARION COUNTY HAS DOWNGRADED TO A LEVEL 2 SNOW ADVISORY

At 11:32 a.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office downgraded from the Level 3 Snow Emergency that was put into effect early this morning to a Level 2 Snow Advisory.  The Level 2 Snow Advisory remains in effect at this time. Roadways are still snow covered, slippery, and can be dangerous in areas. In some open field areas roadways can still drift shut. Do not attempt to drive through drifted snow and do not be out unless necessary.

MARION COUNTY HAS DOWNGRADED TO A LEVEL 2 SNOW ADVISORY

At 11:32 a.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office downgraded from the Level 3 Snow Emergency that was put into effect early this morning to a Level 2 Snow Advisory.  The Level 2 Snow Advisory remains in effect at this time. Roadways are still snow covered, slippery, and can be dangerous in areas. In some open field areas roadways can still drift shut. Do not attempt to drive through drifted snow and do not be out unless necessary.

LEVEL 3 SNOW EMERGENCY ISSUED FOR MARION COUNTY

At 2:10AM on January 20, 2019, Sheriff Tim Bailey issued a LEVEL 3 SNOW EMERGENCY for Marion County. Primary and secondary roadways are drifted shut and impassable due to still falling snow and high winds.  All roadways are closed to all non-emergency traffic. Driving is prohibited unless it is due to an emergency, essential business or work travel only. Those traveling on closed roadways for other than emergency or essential travel may be subject to arrest.

MARION COUNTY UNDER A LEVEL 2 SNOW ADVISORY

At 19:10 hours on January 19, 2019, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office issued a level two snow advisory for Marion County. Primary and secondary roadways are extremely hazardous due to still falling snow and high winds.  With the wind picking up in outlying areas and temperatures still below freezing many roads are down to one lane and are drifting quickly. Some east west roads in the Northern portion of the county are impassable.  Road crews will continue working throughout the day to clear the roads.  Motorists should be mindful of temporary white out conditions and being able to see where the road ends and the ditch begins, especially after dark.  Be alert for cars going into ditches and medians.  If you must drive, use extreme caution and allow yourself extra time.  Only travel that is essential, or of an emergency nature, should be attempted.

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Have You Seen This Person?

Marion County Sheriff Tim Bailey is seeking the public’s help in identifying the skeletal remains of a female located in northeast Marion County on March 10th, 2007.

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