FCSO Incidents

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

AUG. 7

MENACING: Jennifer Luman, of Washington C.H., reported she has been receiving numerous calls from a known male. Luman declined to pursue charges in this matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: John Landreth, Lawsonville, N.C., reported while backing his semi-truck into a parking space at the TA Truck Stop his trailer stuck a parked semi causing damage to the other truck.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Hali Harding of Jeffersonville reported someone moved her satellite dish out of alignment.

BURGLARY/THEFT: Marilyn Johnson, of Washington C.H., reported someone entered her residence and removed items from inside.

AUG. 6

POSSESSION OF DRUG ABUSE INSTRUMENT/DRUG ABUSE/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: Deputies responded with EMS on a report of an unresponsive female. Upon arriving at the scene a syringe, and other drug paraphernalia was located near the female. The items were collected and placed into evidence.

MENACING: Donald Suttles, of Washington C.H., reported he was threatened with physical harm by a known female. Michelle Gill, of Washington C.H., was charged in the matter.

BREAKING AND ENTERING/THEFT: Quali-Tee Design reported someone entered the business causing damage to a window removing items from inside.

AUG. 5

THEFT: The Village of Bloomingburg reported someone removed several street signs from the streets in the village.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Brandon Nicklas, of Bloomingburg, reported sometime overnight someone caused damage to the windshield of his vehicle.

ASSAULT: Amber Ellison of Jeffersonville reported her juvenile daughter was assaulted by a neighbor. Ellison refused prosecution in the matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Charles Neel, of Washington C.H., was traveling north on the access road to U.S. 22. Neel stopped at the intersection and proceeded to cross the intersection, failing to yield for a vehicle traveling east on U.S. 22, operated by Kristen Juillerat of Hillsboro, causing a collision. Both Neel and Juillerat were transported to a medical facility for treatment of injuries. Neel was cited for failure to yield.

THEFT: Jaquan Robinson, of Washington C.H., reported someone removed property from outside his residence without permission.

AUG. 4

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Two New Holland residents were reported to be in a verbal dispute. Neither party reported any physical altercation or threats of violence. The male departed without further incident.

ASSAULT: Kelly Turnmire, of Waverly, a former employee of the Ranch of Opportunity, reported she was assaulted by a female juvenile at the Ranch on July 20.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS/THEFT: Anthony Wilson, of Washington C.H., reported someone removed property from a shed at his residence without permission.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS/THEFT: James Brannon, of Washington C.H., reported someone removed a vehicle part from his shop on U.S. 22 West without permission.

AUG. 3

PROTECTION ORDER SERVICE: Deputies made service of a civil protection order (CPO) to a respondent listed in a CPO pursuant to court order.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Kevin Jones, of Gadsden, Ala., reported while his semi-truck was parked on the lot of the TA Truck Stop, another unknown vehicle struck his truck and departed.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Karen Gamble, of West Liberty, was westbound on U.S. 35 near the eight-mile marker when a deer entered her lane of travel and was struck. Gamble’s vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene.

ASSAULT: Zijad Sulejmanovic, of Lawrenceville, Ga., reported he was assaulted by an unknown subject at the Love’s Truck Stop. The suspect departed the area prior to the deputy’s arrival.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/IMPROPER HANDLING OF A FIREARM IN A MOTOR VEHICLE/UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Village of Bloomingburg on reports of a suspicious vehicle. Deputies located a vehicle parked in the roadway and made contact with the occupants. During a search of the occupant, drug paraphernalia was located. After a search of the vehicle was conducted, a loaded firearm was located inside the vehicle. It was later discovered that the vehicle was taken without consent of the owner. Bradley Carr, of Washington C.H., was arrested and charged in the matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Isrial Allazov, Dayton, was attempting to make a right hand turn on the lot of the Love’s Truck Stop, when his trailer tracked into a parked semi- truck, occupied by Vasilii Semeniuc, of Auburn, Wash. Semeniuc’s vehicle sustained functional damage and Allazov was cited for failure to control.

FOUND PROPERTY: Lindsey Windam, employee of Tanger Mall, reported a credit card had been found at the mall and it was surrendered to the sheriff’s office for safe keeping.

LOST PROPERTY: Monica Shipley, of New Holland, reported during a move in June of this year from another state, a box of personal property was taken from an open trailer or fell off the trailer.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Ashley Knisley, of Washington C.H., reported while her vehicle was parked in the driveway of her residence it was struck by an unknown vehicle that departed without making contact with her. Minor damage was observed on Knisley’s vehicle.

AUG. 2

AGGRAVATED BURGLARY/ASSAULT/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A Bloomingburg resident reported a known male forcibly entered her residence by breaking out a window and window air conditioner. Upon entering the residence he began physically assaulting a male subject inside the residence. The suspect was struck several times and subdued him until deputies arrived. He was then transported to Grant Hospital for treatment of his injuries.

UNRULY JUVENILE: A 16-year-male was reported to have run away from home overnight. The child was subsequently located and transported to JDC.

CULTIVATION OF MARIJUANA: While deputies were conducting follow-up on Old Route 35, a marijuana plant was located on the property. Tony Peterman, of Washington C.H., was charged in the incident.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Peggy Moore, of Bloomingburg, reported someone threw a rock causing damage to her windshield of her vehicle.

TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: Tiffany Diehl, of Washington C.H., reported receiving unwanted calls from a known male and known female. Diehl was referred to the solicitor.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Thomas Cox, of Washington C.H., was traveling westbound on U.S. 35 near Route 435 when he struck a coyote in the roadway. Cox vehicle sustained minor damage. No injuries were reported.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Christopher Geisler, of Winchester, was traveling northbound on I-71 near milepost 71 when Geisler struck two boards in the roadway. Geisler vehicle sustained minor damage. No injuries were reported.

CULTIVATION OF MARIJUANA: Deputies received a complaint of marijuana growing on a vacant property. The plants were located seized.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Betty Searcy of Louisville, Ky., was exiting I-71 north to State Route 41. Searcy proceeded to cross State Route 41 failing to yield for a vehicle traveling north on State Route 41, operated by Randall Butcher of McArthur causing a collision. No injuries were reported. Searcy was cited for failure to yield.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Jeffery Nichols, of Plain City, reported he was traveling on Inskeep Road when the boom crane on his truck extended without his knowledge. The boom then snagged the DP&L and TimeWarner Cable service drops to four residences on Inskeep Road. Both DP&L and TimeWarner were advised of the damage.

WELFARE CHECK: Deputies were dispatched on a welfare check of a 10-year-old male child. Upon making contact with the father at the residence, he stated that the grandfather had disciplined the child by spanking the child on the buttocks. The child was checked and there were no marks or bruising on the child. The complainant was informed of the findings of the deputy.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Christopher Geisler, of Canal Winchester, reported he was northbound on I-71 near the 71 mile marker, when he struck two wooden boards lying in the roadway. The impact caused damage to both front tires of his vehicle.

AUG. 1

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Joseph Edwards, of Bloomingburg, reported someone damaged the windshield of his vehicle.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Sharon Routzohn, of Bloomingburg, reported someone broke both side view mirrors on her vehicle.

ANIMAL COMPLAINT: Deputies responded to the Tanger Mall on a report of several dogs left in a vehicle in the parking lot. Upon arrival the windows of the vehicle were down and the vehicle was unlocked. The animals were removed from the vehicle and a short time later the owner returned to the vehicle. The owner, Katurah Hansen, of Dublin, was counseled concerning this situation and the animals were returned to her and she departed the mall.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: An argument between family members was reported. No physical altercation or threats were alleged to have had occurred.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A male and female were reported to be in an argument. When told to leave the residence, the male refused. Upon the arrival of the deputy, however, he had already departed. The female denied any physical altercation or threats of harm.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Mark Roberts, of New Holland, reported he was westbound on Madison Road, when a horse entered his lane of travel and was subsequently struck. The horse was determined to be owned by Chessie Ratliff, and boarded at Paint Creek Stables.

VEHICLE FIRE: Deputies and the Concord Green Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire on U.S. 62 at Barger Road. The vehicle owned by Atlee Arick, of Leesburg, was totally destroyed by the fire, which was extinguished by the fire department.

BURGLARY/THEFT/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Neighbors reported observing forced entry to the residence of Virgil Jones, of Washington C.H. Upon checking with the family of the owner, it was determined that various items of property had been removed from the residence.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Bryan Sowers, of Bloomingburg, reported overnight someone damaged his vehicle while it was parked outside his residence.

TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: A Leesburg resident reported receiving threatening text messages from a known subject. When contact was made with the alleged suspect he also claimed the victim was sending him threatening text messages. Both subjects were directed to cease contact with each other.