Ohio sheriffs cutting back on patrols due to budget
Budget constraints reducing police presence in some communities
By Dana Wilson
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Some Ohio sheriffs are dealing with tight budgets by scaling back random crime patrols designed to spot trouble before it begins.
Pared-down road forces are too busy handling day-to-day crimes and emergencies to routinely cruise through every community, the sheriffs say.
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