Sheriff Radcliff says they average anywhere between 6-8 cars on the road each day
Fighting crime is tough enough, but doing it with less money makes it even more difficult.
Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliff says they have been faced with that dilemna this year, starting with a cut of $200,000 in their budget.
Radcliff says they try to work through the year and see where they may be able to tighten things up. His office has done some restructuring to try to cut back on overtime. A detective was also to the evening shift to better serve the public with additional car and better response time for the detectives.
Sheriff Radcliff says they average anywhere between 6-8 cars on the road each day, patrolling the area, although maybe three of those are regular road patrol deputies.