FCSO Incidents

According to reports, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls:

MAY 26

TRAFFIC CRASH: Elias Wood, Quaker City, was attempting to turn left onto U.S. 62 from S.R. 38, when he failed to observe another vehicle, driven by Glendon Noble, Washington C.H., southbound on U.S. 62. Wood pulled into the path of Noble and was subsequently struck. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene. Wood was cited for failure to yield at an intersection.

UNRULY CHILD: Sheriff’s deputies responded to assist the parents with an unruly 9-year-old female. The parents and child were referred to Juvenile Court should the situation continue.

BURGLARY/THEFT: Clarence Sutton reported someone entered his residence and removed property.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Brian Davis, Washington C.H. was northbound on Armbrust Road when a deer entered his lane of travel and was struck. Davis’ vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene.

FOUND PROPERTY: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Creek Road on reports of a motorcycle with no registration in the ditch with nobody around. Contact was attempted with the owner. The motorcycle was towed from the scene.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Charlene Tressler of Jeffersonville reported a known subject caused damage to her flowerbed and front door. Tressler declined prosecution in the matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Cassandra Soja of Lakewood was traveling south on I-71 and struck a semi tire in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage in the crash.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE: Martina Eakins, Washington C.H. reported a known male subject departed in her vehicle headed to an unknown location. Eakins was referred to the solicitor if she wished to pursue charges.

MAY 25

TRAFFIC CRASH: Timothy Cockerill, Washington C.H., was eastbound on US 35 when a deer entered his lane of travel and was subsequently struck. Cockerill’s vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene.

DRUG ABUSE: Deputies and EMS responded to a report of a subject who was unresponsive due to a possible drug overdose. Upon arriving two subjects were located and found to be unresponsive. EMS administered Naloxone to both and transported them to the Fayette County Memorial Hospital for further treatment.

CIVIL: A female resident in Jeffersonville reported she came home and found the locks on the residence had been changed. She and a known male subject are involved in an ongoing dispute. Both subjects were advised that the matter is civil in nature and they were instructed to follow the eviction process through the municipal court.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Donald Condon, Evansville, Ind., was northbound on I-71 when a deer entered his lane of travel and was subsequently struck. Condon’s vehicle sustained functional damage, but was driven from the scene.

MAY 24

GROSS SEXUAL IMPOSITION: A report was made involving a child who had been touched inappropriately.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Zane Deyo, New Holland, was eastbound on Old Springfield Road when he became distracted inside the vehicle and traveled off the left side of the roadway. Upon returning to the roadway he over-corrected and traveled off the right side of the roadway into the ditch where the vehicle overturned. Deyo was transported to the Fayette County Memorial Hospital by EMS for treatment of his injures. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene. Deyo was cited for failure to control.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Kelly Schreckengaust, Washington C.H., reported a known male subject was intoxicated and arguing with her. Contact was made with both parties and they denied any threats or physical altercation. The suspect was transported from the residence by another family member.

MAY 23

TRAFFIC CRASH: Thomas Joseph, Washington C.H., reported he was southbound on Armbrust Road and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle traveled sideways off the left side of the roadway into the ditch. The vehicle continued sliding sideways through the Flakes Ford Road intersection where it struck a guardrail face and then traveled onto the bridge over Sugar Creek where it struck the bridge rail. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and was towed from the scene. Joseph was cited for failure to control.

TRAFFIC CRASH: John Chapman, Washington C.H., was backing from a private residence when the vehicle accelerated unexpectedly and struck another vehicle that was parked and unoccupied on Mulberry Street in Jeffersonville. The other vehicle was owned by Susan Johnson of Bloomingburg. Chapman was cited for backing without safety, no driver’s license, and expired registration.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Deputies responded to the intersection of Old Springfield Road and Washington-Waterloo Road on a report of a crash into a utility pole and wires down on the roadway. Upon arriving witness’s reported a semi-tractor trailer that was westbound on Old Springfield Road had made a turn to go north on Washington-Waterloo Road and the trailer had tracked into a utility pole at the intersection. The DP&L pole broke off and the wires fell blocking the roadway. The semi departed the area prior to the deputies’ arrival. The intersection was blocked off for several hours while DP&L replaced the pole.

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY/THEFT: Debi McKinney, Washington C.H., reported her mower had been taken from her yard.

CIVIL INCIDENT: A report was made on a property line dispute between two parties. Both parties were referred to their attorneys.

MAY 22

MENACING: A Jeffersonville resident reported a known male threatened him. He was referred to the city solicitor if he wished to pursue charges.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to North Main St in the Village of Jeffersonville on a domestic incident. Upon arrival all parties involved were identified and it was determined that no assault or threats were made.

THEFT: Hunter Black, age 20, of Washington C.H., reported multiple juveniles removed property from the yard at his residence. The property was recovered and the parent(s) of the juveniles were advised of the complaint.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Jessica Attard, age 25, of Greenfield, was traveling southbound on State Route 41 when she failed to properly negotiate a curve, exited the west side of the roadway, and struck the ditch causing the vehicle to overturn. Attard was transported by Fayette County EMS for minor injuries due to the crash. Attard was issued a citation for failure to control a motor vehicle.

MAY 21

TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: A report was made by a Washington C.H. resident who reported receiving threatening phone calls from someone and also via Facebook.

THEFT: One Stop 22 reported an unknown male subject obtained gasoline and departed without making payment.

THEFT: Brenda Landman of Washington C.H. reported someone used her bank information and made several unauthorized purchases.

BREAKING AND ENTERING/THEFT: Anna Everhart of Washington C.H. reported someone gained entry into a barn at her residence and removed items from inside.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Dale Mayer of Jeffersonville was traveling north on Reid Road and lost control of his vehicle. Mayer traveled off the right side of the roadway striking a utility pole. No injuries were reported. Mayer was cited for failure to control.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Michael Rowe, age 63, of Mt. Sterling was parked in the parking lot at Taco Bell on US 435 when an unknown person struck his vehicle with their vehicle and departed the area without making contact with him.

THEFT: Employees from Tommy Hilfiger reported merchandise was removed from the store without payment being rendered. After getting a description of the suspects, deputies searched the area and located Laura Hunter, age 43, of London, and Amanda Rogers, age 23, of London, and found both to be in possession of stolen merchandise from Tommy Hilfiger. While trying to identify Rogers, it was determined she purposely altered her Ohio ID card. Hunter was charged with theft. Rogers was charged with theft and alteration of her ID card.

MAY 20

FAILURE TO CONFINE A DOG: Rodney Boswell of Washington C.H. reported an unknown dog entered a fenced area with his chickens killing several of them. The Fayette County Dog Warden arrived on scene and picked up the dog.

THEFT: Kelly Picklesimer of Washington C.H. reported someone removed cash money from her purse while at her place of employment.

MENACING: Rose Gullett of Washington C.H. reported she was threatened by a known female. Lorraine Grant of Washington C.H. was charged.

MENACING: Lisa Blake of Jeffersonville reported she received threats from a known male.

MAY 19

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies responded to a reported domestic incident and upon making contact with the male and female, neither party reported any threats or physical altercation. Both parties were counseled concerning their behavior.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Destiny Hall, Washington C.H., reported she was southbound on State Route 41 and attempted to turn left onto Ghormley Road, when she failed to yield for oncoming traffic. Hall turned into the path of a vehicle driven by Judith Delph, of Greenfield. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage and were towed from the scene. Hall was transported to Fayette Memorial Hospital for treatment of her injuries. Delph and her passenger were also transported to Fayette Memorial Hospital, however Delph was later transferred to Miami Valley Hospital for further treatment.

THEFT: Time Warner Cable of Washington C.H. reported someone removed wire and cable from the business sometime overnight.