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Civil Division


Courthouse Annex, First Floor
205 Putnam Street
Marietta, OH 45750

PHONE: 740-373-6623
FAX:
740-373-6827
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Sheriff Mincks
Chief Deputy Mark Warden (Public Speakers)
Major Brian Schuck

Sgt. Kelly McGilton (Dog Warden)
Sgt. Kim Smith (Security and Transportation/CCW/Webcheck)
Security and Transportation Deputies (CCW/Webcheck)

Jacinda Carr (Civil Process/Sheriff Sales)
Marian Forshey (Public Records Request)
Pam Sullivan (Accounts Payable/Receivable)
Susannah Dehmlow (Accounts Payable/Receivable)
Nathan McVicar (Webmaster)


Criminal Division

309 Fourth Street
Marietta, OH 45750

PHONE: 740-376-7070
FAX: 740-373-6108

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Dispatch – Ext. 0
Report a Crime – Ext. 0
Major Crimes Task Force Detectives – Ext. 0
Special Off-Duty Contracts – Ext. 4101

Major Troy Hawkins
Captain Brian P. Rhodes

Lt. Rich Hays (9-1-1 Coordinator)
Deputy Dave Tornes (Evidence)
Jeff Staudt (Intelligence Analyst)
Deputy Patrice Tornes (Warrants/Sex Offender Registration)

Reserve Deputy Coordinator
Road Deputies
Detectives

Dispatchers


Jail Division

101 Westview Avenue
Marietta, OH 45750

PHONE: 740-374-7677
FAX: 740-376-7075

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Jail Shift Lts. – Ext. 14
Booking Info/Records – Ext. 18
Control РExt. 20
Supervisor – Ext. 14
Visitation – Ext. 32
Medical – Ext. 17
Kitchen – Ext. 15
Maintenance – Ext. 23

Captain R. Greg Nohe (Jail Administrator)
Lt. Carey Rist (Assistant Jail Administrator)

Jail Employees


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Webcheck

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WebCheck is an Internet-based program for civilian background checks. This program reduces the return rate of civilian background checks to as little as several hours. WebCheck was unveiled in August of 1999 during the Ohio Attorney General’s Safe Schools Summit. It uses the Internet to electronically transfer fingerprints and other data from inquiring agencies to BCI&I.