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Tuscarawas County Court Cases

Find your Tuscarawas County, Ohio court case online.

About the County: Tuscarawas County, Ohio is a rural county that was founded on March 15, 1808, and orginally formed from Muskingum County. The county courthouse facilities are located in the county seat city of New Philadelphia, Ohio. The county was named after the Tuscarawas River, meaning “open mouth river”. The latest reported population estimates that 92582 residents reside within the county’s 567.58 square miles.

The 2014 median county income was estimated to be $44656. The current unemployment rate for Tuscarawas County is reported to be 5.19%. 14.7% of the county residents are reported to have attained a Bachelor’s degree (or higher) education. A recent estimate indicates that 11618 county residents do not have health insurance.

Tuscarawas County Case and Crime Information

The following case and crime statistics were reported for the county:

  • Violent Crimes: 7
  • Murder & Manslaughter: 1
  • Rape: 2
  • Robbery: 1
  • Assault: 3
  • Property Related: 322
  • Burglary: 170
  • Larceny: 127
  • Vehicle Theft: 25
  • Arson: 2