News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on Neighborhood Watches

Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter and staff are offering neighborhood watch programs again across the county.

We spoke to Sheriff Carter about it in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Carter explains that after a COVID-19 hiatus the Neighborhood Watches are back in Shenandoah County.

He also explains how the program can benefit both communities and his office as well.

Sheriff Cater explains that he and his staff are open to creating new Neighborhood Watches throughout Shenandoah County and how to create one.

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A body is recovered from the Shenandoah River in Shenandoah Co.

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Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reports that a body has been recovered from the North Fork of the Shenandoah River.

The body has been positively identified as Judith “Judy” Lehman Hollon.

Hollon was reportedly last seen Wednesday, February 7 around 9 p.m.

Hollon was seen in her home in the 4000 block of Riverview Drive in Toms Brook.

It is believed that Hollon left her home at approximately 1:50 a.m. on February 8.

It is known that Hollon suffered from dementia and the search was launched by Shenandoah County Authorities on February 8.

On Thursday, February 8 Hollon’s body was recovered from the river around 9:11 a.m.

The family was notified of the discovery by Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on recent scams

As we try to do at least once a month, we check in with Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Carter notes that a number of new types of scams have become an even bigger concern in the region and wants you to protect yourself.

He pinpoints one of the most dangerous things about text and emails is the links that are often imbedded in them.

Sheriff Carter recommends always verifying that text or email and offers more information to protect yourself from unscrupulous individuals.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on this past year and 2024

As we try to do at least once a month, we check in with Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter in our news makers.

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This month Sheriff Carter reflects on this past year and gives us a tease as to what his office hopes to accomplish in 2024.

The Sheriff is quick to show his gratitude toward his staff for the hard work through the year.

Sheriff Carter is also quick to acknowledge the community’s support when it comes to all the operations that the Sheriff’s office performs.

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News Maker Stephen Jarboe on teen driving safety

We try to catch up to Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter at least once a month in our news makers.

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This month teen driving safety is on the Sheriff’s mind as we just came out of National Teen Driver Safety Week.

Sheriff Carter let Deputy Stephen Jarboe express his thoughts on teen driving as he has the in field experience with the subject.

Deputy Jarboe has some rather startling statistics when it comes to teen driving and safety concerns.

He also has some suggestions on how to protect young teen drivers.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on Fentanyl concerns

Recently the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) reported a case of a student in possession of Fentanyl.

As we try to do at least once a month we check in with Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter in our news makers and that situation was on his mind.

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Sheriff Carter addressed the situation with this particular case but more importantly what can be done to help protect students in the future.

He talks of how parents need to get involved with their children to help them understand the dangerous of Fentanyl and other situations.

Sheriff Carter also offers some reference materials for parents to check out before they have what for some can be a difficult discussion.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on concerns of vaping

As we try to do at least once a month we check in with Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter to see what is top of mind in Shenandoah County.

Sheriff Carter shares with us his concerns about the vaping that has been happening in Shenandoah County Public Schools in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Carter tells us how his office contends with vaping in the schools.

He also has some surprising numbers so far in only one week of school being open.

Sheriff Carter also has some thoughts on how we can all work to protect our under age people from vaping.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on helping with back to school

Once a month we try to catch up with Sheriff Tim Carter to see what’s top of mind in Shenandoah County.

The Sheriff and his staff have a number of school projects in the works which he tells us about in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Carter tells us that the backpack program is in progress but if you are in need of simple school supplies you need to tell Shenandoah County Social Services by July 31.

The staff of Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office will be collecting supplies for the backpack program the first weekend of August.

Sheriff Carter also tells us about some other programs for students offered by his agency.

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News Maker Sheriff Tim Carter on Shenandoah County

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office and others continue to care for the 100 horses they had to seize recently.

We spoke with Shenandoah County Sheriff Tim Carter about helping with the rescue effort and more in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Carter tells us of the organizations that are helping with the horses recovery.

You have direct access to help those organizations who are helping here.

Sheriff Carter tells of the long standing tradition of the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office Back Pack program.

This year the Back Pack program is facing some difficulties if you can help click here.

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