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On Friday morning, the Meigs County Commissioners and Meigs County Sheriff donated one of the department's old cruisers to the Meigs Criminal Justice class. Pictured are (front row, from left) Drew Grover, Raymond Johnson Jr., Jordan Holman, Cheyenne Gorselene, Kelsey Hudson, Orville Hill, Sariah Brinker, Matt Folmer, (second row, from left) Commissioner Tim Ihle, Criminal Justice class instructor Detective Rick Smith, Brad Harless, Devon Cundiff, Jason Robinson, David Nail, David Davis, Tanner Vanaman, Sheriff Keith Wood, (back row, behind cruiser) Superintendent Rusty Bookman, Principal Steve Ohlinger, Commissioner Randy Smith, and Assistant Principal Rick Blaettnar. Criminal Justice student Austin Paugh is not pictured.
On Friday morning, the Meigs County Commissioners and Meigs County Sheriff donated one of the department's old cruisers to the Meigs Criminal Justice class. Pictured are (front row, from left) Drew Grover, Raymond Johnson Jr., Jordan Holman, Cheyenne Gorselene, Kelsey Hudson, Orville Hill, Sariah Brinker, Matt Folmer, (second row, from left) Commissioner Tim Ihle, Criminal Justice class instructor Detective Rick Smith, Brad Harless, Devon Cundiff, Jason Robinson, David Nail, David Davis, Tanner Vanaman, Sheriff Keith Wood, (back row, behind cruiser) Superintendent Rusty Bookman, Principal Steve Ohlinger, Commissioner Randy Smith, and Assistant Principal Rick Blaettnar. Criminal Justice student Austin Paugh is not pictured.
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POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners and Meigs County Sheriff’s Office recently donated one of the department’s older cruisers to Meigs High School.


The cruiser will be used for multiple purposes at the school, including use by the criminal justice class, automotive and electronics classes.


Criminal Justice instructor Detective Rick Smith stated that the program will use the cruiser for instruction in several areas.


Smith stated that the criminal justice program is in its early stages, and is formed around the adult police academy.


Students participating in the program are learning defensive tactics, physical training, prisoner handling and booking, and traffic stops. Students will also do work on forensics and crime scene processing.


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