Delaware Police Department Issues Notice of Unclaimed Property
Delaware, Ohio – The Delaware Police Department recently announced that it currently holds a number of lost, abandoned, or recovered items and is seeking to reach out to the rightful owners. The department is urging individuals who believe they may have a claim or ownership interest in any of the listed properties to come forward and make contact.
The individuals named in the notice are Michael Sierra, Tresa Anderson, Elijah Hildebrand, Corey Armstrong, Scott Miller, Eric Ortiz, Robert C. Dean, Deon McFarland, Dakota Phelps, and Derick Lyons. These individuals are advised to promptly reach out to the evidence technician at the Delaware Police Department to obtain further information or to claim their property. Interested parties can contact the evidence technician by dialing (740) 203-1100 ext. 1105.
It is important to note that failure to claim the property within 30 days from the date of this notice may result in the disposal of the items. The Delaware Police Department will follow the guidelines outlined in the Ohio Revised Code, specifically sections 2981.11 and 2981.12, to properly dispose of any unclaimed property.
The City of Delaware encourages anyone who believes they may be the rightful owner of any of the listed items to act promptly and make contact with the evidence technician. This process ensures that the property is returned to its rightful owners in a timely manner.
For additional information or inquiries, interested individuals are advised to reach out directly to the Delaware Police Department Phone: (740) 203-1100 ext. 1105.