Police Arrests/Citations


According to reports, the following individuals have been arrested or cited by the Washington C.H. Police Department. They are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

Feb. 3

Brittany Gorman, 26, 1809 Columbus Ave. Room 222, bench warrant – Fayette County Juvenile Court.

Feb. 2

Christopher Lowe, 45, Portsmouth, Adult Parole Authority warrant, Madison County warrant.

Eldon J. Streitenberger, 41, 625 Lewis St. Apt. B, 12-point suspension.

Feb. 1

Emory J. Parks, 41, 318 Western Ave., bench warrant – failure to comply.

Destiny Wilson, 39, 318 Western Ave., Highland County Sheriff’s Office warrant.

Martin Hoagland, 53, at large in Washington C.H., criminal trespass, possession of drug abuse instruments, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Male, 16, Jeffersonville, failure to control.

Emily Dunn, 27, at large, bench warrant – Chillicothe Police Department.

Jan. 31

Ryan McClure, 27, 778 Rowe Ging Road, non-compliance suspension.

Freddie Marcum Jr., 28, 821 Maple St. Apt. B, open container.

Jeremy D. Peters, 37, 614 N. North St., domestic violence.

Chad E. Ingles Sr., 49, at large in Washington C.H., civil protection order violation, bench warrant – failure to comply (two counts), bench warrant – failure to appear (three counts).

Jan. 30

James L. Hayner, 29, 1932 Beacon St., obstructing, possession of drug paraphernalia (fourth-degree misdemeanor), Fayette County Sheriff’s Office bench warrant (two counts).

Michell Bunyard, 38, Jeffersonville, possession of drug abuse instruments (first-degree misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (fourth-degree misdemeanor).

Jan. 29

Corey M. Keeton, 27, at large, receiving stolen property (fourth-degree felony), failure to comply (third-degree felony), bench warrant – failure to appear (three counts).

Gregory Harmon, 41, at large, criminal trespass, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Nigel L.M. Temple, 25, 530 S. Main St., domestic (first-degree misdemeanor).

Jan. 28

Patrick M. Kessler, 31, London, receiving stolen property (fourth-degree felony), receiving stolen property (fifth-degree felony).