Content about County Sheriff

December 7, 2014

Eric Spicer, the former Greene County Sheriff's deputy will appear before Judge Michael Barrett tomorrow in a federal court in Dayton. The original trial date was set for July 14 but Spicer’s attorney, John Smith, asked for the change due to “voluminous discovery already provided by the government” according to court documents.

Eric Spicer, the former Greene County Sheriff's deputy will appear before Judge Michael Barrett tomorrow in a federal court in Dayton. The original trial date was set for July 14 but Spicer’s attorney, John Smith, asked for the change due to “voluminous discovery already provided by the government” according to court documents.

October 21, 2010

An administrative review by the Greene County Sheriff's Office was initiated after a case containing two weapons disappeared from the home of a Sheriff's deputy and a member of the SWAT team.  The case in question contained a semi automatic AR-15 and an automatic HK MP-5, which were both the property of the Greene County Sheriff's Office.

An administrative review by the Greene County Sheriff's Office was initiated after a case containing two weapons disappeared from the home of a Sheriff's deputy and a member of the SWAT team.  The case in question contained a semi automatic AR-15 and an automatic HK MP-5, which were both the property of the Greene County Sheriff's Office.

July 9, 2010

A City of Xenia councilman is now the subject of an investigation by the Greene County Prosecutor's office after what appears to have been a road-rage incident in which the councilman followed a car through city streets and eventually stopped the vehicle and displayed a silver badge to the occupants.

A City of Xenia councilman is now the subject of an investigation by the Greene County Prosecutor's office after what appears to have been a road-rage incident in which the councilman followed a car through city streets and eventually stopped the vehicle and displayed a silver badge to the occupants.