According to reports, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls:
DRUG ABUSE/TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE: While deputies were on patrol a known male who had an active warrant was stopped walking on W. High St in Jeffersonville, Ohio. Upon the deputy exiting his vehicle, the male dropped a hypodermic needle on the ground then attempted to swallow narcotics. Ian Taylor was arrested in the incident.
CAR FIRE: Shelby Poole of Greenfield reported while traveling on Route 41-South near Miami Trace Road, her vehicle caught fire. The vehicle sustained heavy damage.
THEFT: Eva Tresswood of Wake Forest, NC reported that while traveling through Fayette County a family member used her debit card at an ATM without consent.
RECOVERED STOLE VEHICLE: A deputy observed a pick-up truck on Route 35 near Palmer Road stationary alongside the roadway. Upon checking the registration it was discovered that thevehicle had been reported stolen from Dayton.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies were dispatched to the 2000 block of Ford Road on a domestic incident. A female reported she was into an argument with her fiancé, who had left the residence prior to deputies arrival. No signs of assault were observed.
VEHICLE DAMAGE: Ricky Seyfang of Jamestown reported while traveling on Route 41 near Wilson-Silcott Road a crop dusting plane was spraying a field in the area. Seyfang reported that chemical from the plane landed on his vehicle.
BREAKING AND ENTERING/ THEFT: George Cox of Washington C.H. reported that someone had entered a locked storage building and removed several items of tools from inside.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Robert Hawkes of Urbana, Ohio was traveling northbound on Route 207 in the 9000 block when his vehicle traveled off the right side of the roadway. Hawkes struck a utility pole then the vehicle overturned. Minor injuries. Hawkes was cited for failure to control.
DOG AT LARGE: A resident on Warrior Court reported his neighbor’s dog runs loose and comes onto his property.
PROTECTION ORDER SERVICE: Sheriff’s deputies made contact and served two protection orders pursuant to the court order.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A female reported she and a known subject had been a verbal argument. The female advised no assault or threats had occurred.
MEANCING BY STALKING: A Jeffersonville resident reported a known female has been seen driving in the area of her residence.
THEFT/POSSESSION OF CRIMINAL TOOLS: An employee of Tommy Hilfiger in Jeffersonville reported two unknown suspects entered the store and concealed items and departed. Deputies located the vehicle on the lot and a shopping bag lined with foil was located in the vehicle. Toni Seay Evans and Karen Wilbon of Cincinnati, were arrested in the incident.
DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies responded to a third party complaint of a male and female in an argument. Upon arrival, both the male and female stated they were arguing about another male and both denied any threats or physical altercation.
CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Bertrand Chavis reported someone slashed two tires on his vehicle while parked outside his place of employment.
CRIMINAL TRESPASS: Stephen Willett, Jeffersonville reported a known male subject arrived at his house and refused to leave. Mr. Willett declined charges.
MISSING PERSON: An adult male reportedly departed his residence in the early morning and had not returned. The male returned later and was confirmed by deputies.
THEFT / CRIMINAL TRESPASS: Storm Ratliff, Washington CH reported someone removed a lawn ornament from her property.
FIRE: Barbara Jones, Bloomingburg reported her garage caught fire. The fire was extinguished by a neighbor prior to the arrival of the fire departments. Bloomingburg, Paint & Marion Twp. Fire Department, as well as Washington CH Fire Department responded to the scene.