Belmont County Now Under Level One Snow Emergency

Belmont County’s snow emergency level has been lowered to a level one. Conditions are improving, however roads are still hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads remain icy and drivers are warned to be cautious.

Please continue to be aware of weather conditions, and stay up to date with all the current snow emergency levels by checking in at the Belmont County Sheriff's Office website.

Belmont County Now Under Level Two Snow Emergency

Belmont County has been placed under a level two snow emergency. A level two snow emergency means that roads are hazardous. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should do so. Drivers are encouraged to call their employers to verify that they need to report to work.

Please continue to be aware of weather conditions, and stay up to date with all the current snow emergency levels by checking in at the Belmont County Sheriff's Office website.

Belmont County Now Under Level One Snow Emergency

Belmont County’s snow emergency level has been lowered to a level one. Conditions are improving, however roads are still hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads remain icy and drivers are warned to be cautious.

Please continue to be aware of weather conditions, and stay up to date with all the current snow emergency levels by checking in at the Belmont County Sheriff's Office website.

Belmont County Now Under Level Two Snow Emergency

Belmont County has been placed under a level two snow emergency. A level two snow emergency means that roads are hazardous. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should do so. Drivers are encouraged to call their employers to verify that they need to report to work.

Please continue to be aware of weather conditions, and stay up to date with all the current snow emergency levels by checking in at the Belmont County Sheriff's Office website.

Drugs, Paraphernalia Recovered after Traffic Stop

A traffic stop in the Morristown area was made successful by K-9 Luke and the assistance of the Ohio State Highway Patrol on Thursday. Drugs and numerous drug-related paraphernalia were recovered and 40-year-old Jamie Cole was charged with driving while under the influence, drug trafficking, as well as possession of cocaine, heroin, and drug abuse instruments.

Read more on the WTOV9 website.

SPII Task Force Nets Quick Arrest in Belmont County

Members of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man facing numerous charges involving child pornography earlier this week. And on Friday morning, Sheriff Dave Lucas said with the help and support of commissioners, many of these kinds of arrests are forthcoming. “Pretty much within a week, we got our first case on hand,” Lucas said.

Read more on the WTOV9 website.

Road Advisory

Belmont County is currently under a Level One snow emergency.

Roads are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads are icy and drivers are warned to be cautious.

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