According to reports, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls:
TRAFFIC CRASH: Darwin Espinal, of Houston, Texas, was northbound on Allen Road, and was attempting to turn left into the truck parking area behind the Wendy’s restaurant, from the center lane. Espinal failed to observe another vehicle driven by Christina Cowgill, of Cincinnati, that was traveling in the right lane beside him. Espinal’s semi-tractor struck the left rear side of Cowgill’s vehicle, causing functional damage to the vehicle.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Deputies responded to a report of a one-vehicle crash on Old US 35. Deputies determined that Rachael Peacock, of Waynesville, was eastbound on Old US 35 when she traveled off the left side of the road and into a standing corn field. Upon making contact with Peacock she was found to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Peacock was charged with failure to control and OVI.
THEFT: Chad Robertson of Wentzville, Mo., reported while parked on the parking lot near Waffle House, someone removed fuel from his vehicle.
TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: Jason Cunningham reported receiving unwanted texts from known subject.
ILLEGAL MANUFACTURE OF DRUGS/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Walnut Lake Campground with probation officers from Greene County for a probation search. During the search items for manufacturing methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia was located.
UNRULY JUVENILE: A 16-year-old male allegedly fled a residence while visiting family in Bloomingburg. The child was later located in the village and turned over to his father, who declined charges in this matter.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A dispute was reported between a female and her adult son.
DRUG ABUSE: Deputies and EMS were dispatched on a reported overdose. Upon their arrival the patient was found to be unresponsive. After the administration of Narcan, the subject was transported to the Fayette County Memorial Hospital.
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: While performing a clean-up detail outside the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office a discarded marijuana pipe was located in a cigarette butt receptacle.
UNRULY: A 17-year-old female reportedly departed the residence without permission. The juvenile was located and returned to the residence.
THEFT/POSSESSION OF DRUG ABUSE INSTRUMENTS: Sheriff’s deputies responded to a theft complaint at Tanger Outlet Mall. Deputies located the vehicle on I-71. During an inventory search of the vehicle prior to tow, a syringe was located inside the vehicle. Robert J. Elkins, of Washington C.H., was arrested and charged in the matter.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Charles Cadamy, of Washington C.H., was traveling north on SR 41 and proceeded to pass another vehicle traveling north when he lost control of his vehicle. Cadamy traveled off the left side of the roadway striking a utility pole. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained heavy damage in the crash and was towed from the scene. Cadamy was cited for failure to control.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Erin Oberlander, of Hilliard, was traveling east on SR 435. Oberlander was stopped attempting to make a left turn onto the I-71 north entrance ramp. Oberlander failed to yield for a vehicle traveling west on SR 435, operated by Sidney Robertston, of London, causing a collision. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed from the scene with moderate damage. Oberlander was cited for failure to yield.
THEFT: Gerald Cox, of Washington C.H., reported someone removed a window air conditioner from a rental property.
BURGLARY: Charlene Tressler, of Jeffersonville, reported someone forcibly entered her residence, however nothing was taken.
ILLEGAL ASSEMBLY: Deputies were dispatched to the 4000 block of U.S 22 east on a complaint of narcotics use. A non-active one pot meth lab was located at the property. Investigation is pending.
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: A vehicle was stopped on I-71 near mile post 65 for a traffic violation. Upon indication with K-9, a marijuana pipe was located on a passenger in the vehicle. Shelly Howard was cited in the incident.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A fight was reported at the Love’s truck stop in Jeffersonville. Upon the completion of the investigation it was determined that no injuries occurred.
CIVIL: A resident of Washington C.H. reported she had contracted with John Todd Stritenberger, of JTS Contracting, Washington C.H., to perform repairs and remodeling to her residence. She stated she has paid him money since the initial contract in February of 2015 and the work still has not yet been completed.
UNRULY JUVENILE/UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE: A 16-year-old female ran away from home and took her grandparent’s vehicle. The parents and grandparents have declined charges at this time.
WANTED FUGITIVE/ILLEGAL CONVEYANCE OF DRUGS OF ABUSE INTO A DETENTION FACILITY/DRUG ABUSE: A known wanted person was observed by a deputy sheriff traveling on US 62, a traffic stop was conducted, during which King Robert Dillard, of Dayton, was arrested on an outstanding warrant. He was subsequently transported to the Fayette County Jail. During the booking process it was determined that Dillard had a quantity of drugs secreted in his rectum. Later the drugs were recovered.
CRIMINAL TRESPASS: Michelle Jackson, of Washington C.H., reported while at her family’s business she located a known subject, Grant St. Clair, of Washington C.H., hiding in a vehicle. St. Clair departed the business prior to the arrival of deputies. Jackson stated St. Clair does not have permission to be on the property and requested that charges be filed.
ASSIST ANOTHER AGENCY: Members of that Sheriff’s Crash Reconstruction Team was requested by the Washington C.H. Police Department to assist in the investigation of a one-vehicle motorcycle crash on Lakeview Avenue.
TRAFFIC CRASH/HIT SKIP: Someone was traveling north on Sollars Road. They traveled off the left side of the roadway striking a guardrail and departed the scene of the crash.
DOG BITE: Courtney Cline, of Washington C.H., reported after getting off the bus and walking to her residence her juvenile son was bitten by a dog.
AGGRAVATED MENACING: Damon Green of Washington C.H., reported a known female made threats to harm him.
THEFT: Employees of the Children’s Place Outlet in Jeffersonville reported an unknown male and female entered the store and concealed items before departing the store.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Jeffery Blanton, of Mt. Sterling, was traveling southbound in the 8000 block of Washington –Waterloo Road and struck a dog in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage.
THEFT: Julie Boblick of Marysville reported while at the fairgrounds someone entered her vehicle and removed prescription medication.
THEFT: Employees of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in Jeffersonville reported that someone removed a four-foot stuffed bear from the store.
THEFT: Douglas Bobo of Paris, Tenn., reported that while he was at the Fayette County Fairgrounds someone removed medication from his vehicle.
MENACING: Karla Pryor, of Greenfield, reported that a known male juvenile yelled profanity and made threats as he passed a residence she was at.
POSSESSION OF DRUG ABUSE INSTRUMENTS/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/DRUG ABUSE: Deputies responded to the parking lot of Jackpots Gaming on a report of an intoxicated person. Upon arriving, deputies located Shannon Noel, of Washington C.H., passed out in a vehicle. Upon awaking him, Noel was obviously under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Additionally, a hypodermic syringe and spoon with residue and burn marks were observed on the console of the vehicle. Noel was arrested on these charges and transported to the Fayette County Jail.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRAUD: A third party company contacted a Washington C.H. resident about a debt owed by her, which was actually not a legitimate debt.
GAMBLING/THEFT: Daniel Mart, of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, reported while at the Travel Centers of America he was awakened by an unknown subject advising a male subject had won a lot of money at a casino and was giving money away. Mart advised he made contact and subjects asked him to join a game of chance. Mart then displayed money from his wallet and a unknown male subject grabbed the money and departed.
CRIMINAL TRESPASS: Old Navy reported a known subject advised not to be on the premises was seen on camera inside the business.
THEFT: Theresa Sayre, of Bloomingburg, reported a known person removed a Kindle Fire tablet from her residence. Investigation is pending.
THEFT: Employees at Tommy Hilfiger Outlet in Jeffersonville reported two unknown males set off the security sensors as they left. The two males then departed the area with an undetermined amount of merchandise.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Dustin Leisure, of Washington C.H., was traveling eastbound on West Road while fleeing from law enforcement. Leisure lost control while negotiating a curve traveling off the left side of the roadway then back onto the roadway traveling off the right side. The Leisure vehicle then came to a rest in the cornfield. Leisure and an occupant were transported to Fayette County Memorial for treatment of their injuries. The vehicle sustained heavy damage. Charges are pending a further investigation.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies were dispatched to the 3000 block of Washington Waterloo Road on a domestic incident. Upon the completion of their investigation it was determined that no violence or threats of violence occurred.
CRIMINAL TRESPASS: John Barnett, of Washington C.H., reported a known person came into his business and created a disturbance. After being told to depart she returned to the business a second time. She was contacted by the deputy and informed not to return to the business.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies were dispatched to a report of a domestic dispute in the Village of Jeffersonville. Upon making contact with the male and female, neither party reported any physical altercation or threats of harm.
BURGLARY/THEFT: Pamela Wilson, of Bloomingburg, reported someone entered her residence and removed property.
ASSAULT: Derrick Stires, of Jeffersonville, reported he was assaulted by a known subject. The incident remains under investigation.
MENACING BY STALKING: Teshia Johnson, Jeffersonville, reported a former co-worker showed up at her residence uninvited and she stated that she had not given him her address. Deputies attempted to contact the subject by telephone without success to inform him to cease contact.