Sheriff offices receive personal protective equipment


Auglaize County Sheriff Allen Solomon, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Union County Sheriff Jamie Patton stand with personal protective equipment being donated to first responders.

Auglaize County Sheriff Allen Solomon, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Union County Sheriff Jamie Patton stand with personal protective equipment being donated to first responders.


WAPAKONETA — Personal protective equipment has been donated from Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation to sheriff’s offices around the state, Allen County Sheriff Al Solomon announced.

BCI’s laboratory is donating more than 30,000 gloves, 1,428 masks, 642 lab coats and various other items of clothing which will help first responders during the current shortage of personal protective equipment.

“These critical supplies will help protect deputies as we continue to operate our jails and patrol,” said Auglaize County Sheriff Allen Solomon, the president of the Buckeye State Sheriffs’ Association. “We’re grateful to Attorney General Yost for this much-needed donation.”

Auglaize County Sheriff Allen Solomon, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Union County Sheriff Jamie Patton stand with personal protective equipment being donated to first responders.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/04/web1_U1-Receiving-PPE-from-Yost-News-Release-04-2020.jpgAuglaize County Sheriff Allen Solomon, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Union County Sheriff Jamie Patton stand with personal protective equipment being donated to first responders.

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