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Ross County Grand Jury: Trying to Sell a Borrowed Vehicle

shiny car for sale in summer weather, parked with a red vibrant color exterior.

Londonderry, Ross County — The Ross County Grand Jury returned all 18 of their cases Friday, November 17th, 2023, with four open for release to the public. In one of the cases, from testimony in the the grand jury according to the Ross County Prosecutor’s Office:

On June 6th, a father and daughter made a report at the Law Enforcement Center. The daughter said she had allowed 45-year-old Tiara Hambrick-Driggs of Bainbridge to borrow a vehicle May 28th to get groceries, but Tiara had never returned the vehicle.

The father held title to it and wanted to pursue charges. The daughter said Tiara had told her a male (not identified) now had the vehicle, and had it for sale without title for $600. Officers tried to contact Tiara with no response.

But on June 10th, deputies and state troopers found the vehicle parked, abandoned, at 55 Sunset Drive west of Londonderry.

For indictments on fifth-degree felony unauthorized use of a vehicle, Tiara Hambrick-Driggs could get up to one year and $2,500 in fines.  

Ross County Grand Jury, November 10th: Trying to Sell a Borrowed Vehicle
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Raised in Ross County, Bearcat class of '87 at Paint Valley. Wrote a column on history and historic preservation for the Chillicothe Gazette right out of high school, then a bachelors in Journalism in the OU class of '91. After starting my one-man company "Intrepid Heritage Services" in Columbus in 1997 to offer historical research, tours, and talks, I retuned to Ross County in 2003. Have been working as a radio programmer and reporter at Clear Channel / iHeart Media Southern Ohio. Started working with the Scioto Post June 27th, 2023.


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