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For the month of May, 2022 the Ashley Police Department has responded to a harassment/threats complaint on E. High St., requests to assist the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office in response to a domestic situation on SR 229 E, a loud disturbance on Weiser Rd., and a panic alarm on Ashley Rd., animal calls on Center St., Bell Ave, and Vine St., vehicle lockouts on E. High St. and Main St., vandalism complaints on E. High St. and W. Taylor St., a juvenile complaint on Northwood Dr., a speeding complaint on South St., a neighbor dispute on Parkwood Dr., a well-being check on E. High St., suspicious persons on Parkwood Dr. and S. Franklin St., civil complaints on Parkwood Dr., E. High St. and S. Franklin St., requests to assist Delaware County Emergency Medical Services on N. Harrison St., Main St., Northwood Dr., and Parkwood Dr., a burglar alarm on S. Franklin St., a theft/juvenile complaint on W. Taylor St., a request to assist Delaware County EMS on Main St., an attempted suicide on Parkwood Dr.,  a domestic violence incident on Ashley Rd. and W. Taylor St., domestic disputes on Parkwood Dr. and Center St., warrant service on SR 229 E, Parkwood Dr., South St., and Wall St., requests to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol on SR 229 E, Ashley Rd. and US 42 N, a theft on S. Franklin St., a suspicious vehicle on N. Harrison St., a business check on E. High St., a parade/escort detail on E. High St., a hit and run incident on Ashley Rd.

As of August 21, 2019
The Village of Ashley Water
Department is no longer
accepting cash payments in the drop box.
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Safe Medication Disposal Box
3 N. Harrison; Ashley, OH
Open during Business Hours
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