Muskingum Co. Responders Honored For Exotic Animal Escape

By
Fred Kight

Dateline
Updated Fri, Oct 26, 2012 2:09 pm

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine honored more than 100 law enforcement officers, dispatchers, prosecutors, and clerks for their outstanding efforts to protect Ohioans and save lives in a ceremony Friday.   

Twenty-two of the awards went to those who responded to the call of wild animals let loose on a Muskingum County farm a year ago.
 
The awards were presented during the second and final day of the Attorney General's Law Enforcement Conference in Columbus.   
 
Attorney General DeWine also recognized the longest-serving sheriff in America, Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight Radcliff.
 
He was given a lifetime achievement award.   
 
Radcliff, who is retiring in January, was elected sheriff for the first time in 1964. 
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