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Darke County Ohio Sheriff Overview

Darke County is in eastern Ohio with Greenville as its county seat. Formed in 1809, the county was named after a hero of the American Revolution, General William Darke. The zip codes in Darke County are 45310, 45382, 45388, 45390, 45328, 45332, 45331, 45846, 45346, 45348, 45347, 45350, 45352, 45351, 45358, 45362, 45304, and 45303.

The Sheriff of Darke County serves as the chief law enforcement agency in the county. Toby L. Spencer currently holds the position. You can get in touch with him by calling

or via email at The second in authority within the county is Chief Deputy Mark Whittaker who can be reached via email at The head of the Corrections Division in the county is Captain T.B. Bruner. You can contact him through his email at

Darke County Sheriff’s Office

5185 County Home Rd.

Greenville, Oh. 45331

Phone: (937) 548- 3399

Fax: (937) 548- 9235

Inmate Search in Darke County Jail

The Darke County Jail provides an online copy of their current jail roster. You can view the list

The Darke County Correctional Facility has a holding capacity of 36 inmates, located just outside of Greenville, Ohio.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Inmates incarcerated at the Darke County Correctional Facility are encouraged to have visitors. Each inmate is allowed two 15-minute visits each week, one visit each designated visitation day and a maximum of two visitors per visit. Inmates are responsible for filling out their visitation list and submitting it for approval. No more than 4 names are allowed on a visitation sheet. If an inmate wishes to change a name on the sheet, he will have to do this on Fridays only. Visitors not listed on the approved visitor list will not be allowed entry.

Visitors are not allowed to bring any items inside the visitation booths such as photos, phones, and bags. No provocative clothing is allowed such as mini skirts, tank tops, and revealing clothes. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian unless he or she is a legal spouse. A photo ID must be presented to the jail staff if the visitor is 16 years of age or older.

Visitors need to keep in mind that they may be subject to a search upon entering the facility.

Sundays- 1 PM to 4 PM     

Wednesdays 1 PM to 4 PM and 7 PM to 9:30 PM

Inmates at the facility are allowed to receive mail. However, all incoming mail will be opened and inspected for the presence of contraband by the staff. Photos sent to inmates will not be accepted. To send mail to an inmate, please address it as follows:

[Inmate’s Name]

5185 County Home Rd.

Greenville, Oh. 45331

Inmates are also allowed to receive money for commissary purchases, jail fees, and medical fees. To find out more about sending commissary funds to an inmate at the Darke County Jail, please contact Captain Bruner at or

Working at the Darke County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

In Ohio, some counties offer a starting salary of $25.72 per hour for the deputy sheriff position.

The highest pay offered for this position is $31.83 per hour.

To apply for a deputy sheriff position in Darke County, you will need to meet these minimal requirements:

– at least 21 years old at the time of application

– must have a high school diploma or GED

– must have certification from the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy

– must undergo a written exam, oral interview, physical examination, psychological evaluation, and an extensive criminal background check.

If you wish to inquire about becoming part of the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, you can get in touch with them or drop by their office at 5185 County Home Rd., Greenville, OH 45331.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

In most cases, individuals convicted of a sex-related crime (also called sex offenders) are mandated by law to register on the sex offender database of the jurisdiction they live in. Their name and other information will also be published in the National Sex Offender Registry that is maintained by the US Department of Justice. Both systems are open to the public as a safety resource.

The definition and laws governing sex crimes differ in every state. In general, sex crimes are illegal acts that are sexually motivated and committed against another person. While there are differences in how some states would classify certain crimes, there are certain crimes that are widely accepted as sex crimes such as rape, sex trafficking, sexual assault, and child molestation. In some states, unlawful imprisonment of a minor and public urination are also considered sex crimes.

If you want to check for sex offenders living in Darke County, you can visit the Darke County eSORN Website

Please make sure to read the disclaimer carefully before proceeding to the database. While the state of Ohio believes that all information entered into the database is reliable, in no way can they guarantee that it is completely accurate. In some cases, you may get information that has not been updated such as the previous address of a sex offender. Another example are vague information such as the listing of the block the offender resides in but not the exact address.

Bail and Bondsman

The court allows the temporary release of an accused individual from custody or jail through the posting of bail. Bail is the money or form of property that is held by the court in collateral to ensure that the accused individual appears on the day of his or her trial. If he or she fails to do so, the money or property pledged to the court is forfeit.

If you are arrested in Darke County and require assistance in posting bail, you can get the services of a bondsman. A bondsman will post your bail and arrange the necessary paperwork for your release. In return, you will pay him or her a non-refundable fee which should be no more than 10% of the bail amount.

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Darke County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 31
Avg Daily Population 33
Name of new facility Add to existing facility
Full time payroll 26
Full time total employees 26
Total salaries and wages not applicable
Other operating expenditures not applicable
Total construction costs not applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etc not applicable
Year of original construction 1983
Year of major renovation not applicable
Name of new facility not applicable


Darke County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 26,306
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 25,234
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 1,072
Unemployment Rate, 2016 4.1
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 51,131
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Darke County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 4,949
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 9.6
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

Chief Deputy: Mark Whittaker Patrol: Captain Randy Linkous Jail: Captain Ted Bruner 911 Coordinator: Melissa Hawes CCW: Walt Rich Records: Abby Wilson
2 days ago
shared Darke County General Health District's post.3 days ago
3 days ago
Boil Water Advisory
High turbidity levels found in the City of Greenville Water Plant’s water

Boil Your Water Before Using
Bring your tap water to a rolling boil, boil for one minute, and cool before using, or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice.

This Boil Water Advisory applies to the entire City of Greenville Public Water System.

What Happened?
Your water is routinely monitored for turbidity (cloudiness) to determine if it is being properly filtered. Water samples taken on November 18, 2017 had turbidity levels of greater than 2.0 turbidity units (NTU) due to a mechanical failure. This is above the allowable standard of 1.0 turbidity units (NTU). The duration of the event was very short about, seven minutes. Because of the elevated turbidity, there is an increased chance that your drinking water may contain harmful microbes.

Turbidity has no health effects. However, turbidity can interfere with disinfection and provide a medium for microbial growth. Turbidity may indicate the presence of disease-causing organisms. These organisms include bacteria, viruses, and parasites that can cause symptoms such as nausea, cramps, diarrhea and associated headaches.
These may pose a special health risk for infants, some elderly, and people with severely compromised immune systems.
But these symptoms are not just caused by microbes in drinking water.
If you experience any of these symptoms and they persist, you should seek medical advice.

What is being done?
The filter that caused the issue was taken off line quickly. Chlorine residuals have been increased and the Plant has switched to well water. These steps have been taken to ensure the safest possible water is produced.
In addition to this Crews are in the area now to collect sample to test the bacteriological quality of the water.
It is likely that you will need to boil the water for the next three or more days until the quality of the water can be determined. You will be informed in the same manner as this notification when tests show that you no longer need to boil your water. The Greenville Water Department is dedicated to resolving this problem in a timely fashion.

For more information, please contact:
The City of Greenville Water Department at or the Greenville Utility Billing Department at .

Please share this information with other people who drink this water, especially anyone who may not get this advisory directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).
You can do this by posting this advisory in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

Public Water System ID: OH1900714 Date Distributed: November 18, 2017
1 week ago

November 12, 2017
Contact: Deputy Jackie Barton


On November 12, 2017 at 4:42a.m. Darke County Sheriff’s Deputies along with Arcanum Rescue, Arcanum Fire Department and Miami Valley Careflight responded to Jaysville St. John's Road north of Weaver's Ft. Jefferson Road on an injury accident with entrapment.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2016 Nissan driven by, Shonda Thomas (33), of Union City, was traveling north on Jaysville St. John's Road. The vehicle went off the right side of the roadway striking a guardrail before going airborne into a utility pole, the vehicle came to a rest on it's top. Ms. Thomas and her passenger, Alicia Flory (32) of Greenville, were taken to Miami Valley Hospital by Careflight where they are both listed in stable condition.

This accident remains under investigation.
3 weeks ago
Commission Letter concerning Issue 3 Emergency Communications Levy

We submit this for public information about concerns and information as it pertains to the upcoming communication (MARCS) levy or ISSUE 3 on the November 7th ballot.

• The Commissioners were asked to put this on the ballot by the communications committee for a vote from the county because the Commissioners are the only authority within the county to provide funds to ALL the entities throughout the county, like villages and emergency service departments.
• The funds, if the levy passed, would be held in a Permanent Improvement fund that restricts the use of these funds. The new fund that will be created within the County will be titled "Communication System Fund". Under the Ohio Revised Code, it allows for many uses including salaries, but the Commissioners chose to limit the proceeds from the levy to equipment costs only. These funds are audited annually by the State of Ohio.
• This Levy provides necessary communications equipment to all public safety Fire, Law, and EMS. It also looks long term at the continued expense of the monthly user fee, upgrades as needed, repairs, and equipment replacement.
• The Levy is a continuing levy due to the fact that emergency communications is something that will not go away. The importance of being able to communicate whether you are on VHF, MARCS, or another form not developed yet is an important public service.
• The Commission board (no matter who is elected to the office) along with the Communication Committee will manage the communication fund, and research the financially responsible options for all parties involved.
• The Communications committee that makes recommendations how funds from the levy are spent is made up of: the chairman of the commission board, at least one fire chief representing a village or township agency, one police chief representing village agencies, one EMS chief to represent the county's EMS, one City of Greenville public safety chief, the county sheriff or his designee, the county 911 coordinator, the county emergency management director, a member of a board of township trustees in the county, and a mayor of a village in the county.
• The language for this Levy was written by the Darke County Prosecutor's office and found directly in the Ohio Revised Code.
• Ohio MARCS current platform is secured through 2039. The current system is at the end of the equipment's replacement life, and the need to move to another form of communication is the driving force of the Levy request. This Levy provides the opportunity for all agencies within the county to make the change all at once, instead of over the next many years. This also benefits all entities to provide uniformity of equipment across the county to save in bulk pricing and programming when compared if each department bought this equipment separately.
3 weeks ago

October 28, 2017
Contact: Deputy Jackie Barton


On October 28, 2017 at 10:19p.m. Darke County Sheriff’s Deputies along with Arcanum Rescue, Arcanum Fire Department and Careflight responded to the 2900 block of Jaysville St. John's Road on an injury accident.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2007 Maroon Suzuki driven by, Brent Perry (46), of Arcanum, was traveling south on Jaysville St. John's Road. Mr. Perry lost control of the motorcycle causing him to lay the motorcycle down on the roadway. Mr. Perry was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. Mr. Perry was taken to Miami Valley Hospital by Careflight where he is listed in stable condition.

This accident remains under investigation.

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