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To clear up any rumors circulating and to update our previous post, the Ironton Police Department is still actively seeking David Maynard. All info listed in our previous post is still accurate as far as Maynard and the last known vehicle he was operating. A murder warrant has been issued for David Maynard. We are asking if anyone knows his whereabouts or sees him to please call the Ironton Police Departments Detective Division or the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. If anyone sees him do not approach. He is considered armed and dangerous.
The Ironton Police Department is actively seeking David Maynard, pictured below. He is to be considered armed and dangerous and the public is advised not to confront him. If you know the whereabouts of Mr. Maynard contact the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office at 740-532-3525. He may be operating a white 2000 Ford Ranger with Ohio registration JMR8230. The vehicle has aftermarket LED lighting on the front.
Impounded Vehicle Auction This Weekend
On 8-12-23 at approximately 7:15 AM, officers responded to Stormes Creek across from Moulton’s Field on a possible body in the water.
Upon arrival, officers discovered a female body face down in the water who was deceased. Detectives were then called to the scene for further investigation.
This is an ongoing investigation. No other information, including the identity of the deceased, will be released at this time pending the notification of the next of kin. The body is being sent to the Montgomery County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.
Anyone with any information can contact the Detective’s Division at 740-532-5606.
The Ironton Police Department would like to thank the Ironton Fire Department, Lawrence County EMS, and the Lawrence County Coroner’s Office for their assistance.
This morning a newer bicycle was found near McDonalds in a ditch. If you are missing one please describe it and if this one is yours it can be picked up at the Ironton Police Department.
Impounded Vehicle Auction This Saturday, July 22nd, 2023.
Yesterday Austin Baldwin was sworn in by Mayor Sam Cramblit. Those of us at the Ironton Police Department welcome Officer Baldwin and expect great things from him.
From those of us at the Ironton Police Department, we hope you had a safe and memorable day with your family and friends.
On Monday, May 29th, 2023, we remember those who gave all for our country. The City of Ironton has held a parade in remembrance of these men and woman since 1868 and this year marks 155 years.
The population of the city quadruples on this day and this year road construction will affect the traffic flow on Park Avenue. If at all possible use the SR 650, SR 141, Coal Grove exit, or the Oakley C. Collins bridge to enter and exit the city.
Stay safe and enjoy this day with your family and friends.
Yesterday, at the Lawrence County, Ohio Museum, I had the privilege to speak with former Ironton Police Department Captain Phillip Gene Butler. Captain Butler was with the department 1959-1984 and was working the day Chief Markel was shot and killed on December 2nd, 1966.
Later that same day Captain Butler arrested the man who killed Chief Markel.
A display of local police memorabilia and an authentic Thompson Submachine Gun will be on display. Come support your local police departments!
Auction this Saturday.
Yesterday, April 19th, 2023, Mr. Art Pierson of the American Legion Portsmouth Post donated five American flags for the Ironton Police Department to fly for the next several years.
Art, a resident of Ironton, was formerly with the Ironton post of the American Legion until it was recently disbanded.
Those of us at the Ironton Police Department, along with Mayor Cramblit, would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Pierson and thank you for your service.
The ironton Police Department added Patrolman Murnhan to our ranks in December, 2022 and today, Patrolman Giles.
We expect nothing but excellence from these two men. The citizens of Ironton will be much better served by their addition.
Impound Vehicle Auction this Saturday.
Impounded Vehicle Auction This Saturday
Congratulations to Chief Pam Wagner on her Retirement!
Applications for Entry Level Police Officer are being accepted.
The Ironton Police Department has been awarded the 2022 AAA Community Traffic Safety Gold Award for success and dedication to traffic safety initiatives and it's positive impact on our citizens. Patrolman Fouch and Sergeant Borders are seen here with the award.
After investigation by the Ironton Police Department and the Lawrence County Coroner’s office, the body that was discovered on Friday December 30, 2022 on the river bank has been positively identified as Alicia Livingston Saul who was reported as missing on December 14, 2022. There were no signs of foul play located during the autopsy. The Ironton Police Department would like to thank the Lawrence County Coroner’s Office for their assistance in the investigation.
We would like to wish each and every one of you a safe and happy New Year! Don't drive impaired and make it home alive!
New Years Eve Impounded Vehicle Auction - Saturday, December 31st, 2022. All available information is on the flyer.
Merry Christmas from all of us at the Ironton Police Department! Stay warm and safe!
ATTENTION - MISSING PERSON - If anyone has information concerning the whereabouts of Alicia Livingston Saul please contact Detective Captain Pauley at 740-532-5606.
***THIS AUCTION HAS BEEN POSTPONED***
Impounded Vehicle Auction December 17th, 2022
The Ironton Police Department would like to wish one and all a Happy Thanksgiving!
Don't drive impaired, slow down and make it to your loved ones alive!
Also, goodluck to our Ironton Fighting Tigers in their State Semifinal game this Friday!
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