FCSO Log


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

AUG. 23

TRAFFIC CRASH: Terry A. Houston of Union, Ky/ was traveling southbound on I-71 near the 75 mile post when Houston failed to maintain control of his motor vehicle. Houston traveled off of the east side of the roadway into the median, over corrected when re-entering the roadway, traveling across both southbound lanes of travel. Houston continued on, traveling off of the west side of the roadway, striking a large drainage ditch. Houston’s vehicle then began to rollover, traveling a short distance before coming to final rest. The vehicle suffered heavy damage. No injuries were reported. Houston was cited for failure to control.

THEFT: Shane A. McEnroe of Jeffersonville reported sometime overnight someone entered his motor vehicle removing several items.

MISSING PERSON/UNRULY JUVENILE: Jeffery Kinzer of Bloomingburg reported that

his 14-year-old daughter, Alexandria Kinzer, departed the residence without permission and has not returned. Her whereabouts are currently unknown at this time.

WELFARE CHECK/ENDANGERING CHILDREN: Deputies received a complaint of a 13-year-old juvenile living in deplorable conditions with no food or water. Upon deputies arrival the juvenile checked okay.

THEFT: Ethan R. Weber of Jeffersonville reported sometime overnight someone entered his father’s motor vehicle removing a handgun.

THEFT: Jarrod T. Schnees of Jeffersonville reported sometime overnight someone entered his motor vehicle removing a handgun.

THEFT: Kim Allen of Jeffersonville reported sometime overnight someone entered his motor vehicle removing a $20 winning Lotto ticket.

CIVIL DISPUTE: A resident of Chillicothe reported she arrived at the Tanger Outlet Mall, and was due to have visitation with her minor child. The child and father never showed for the custody exchange. The female was referred to the Court where the visitation agreement was made.

AUG. 22

TRAFFIC CRASH: Kaylee Clark, South Solon, reported she was southbound on SR 41 near Upper Jamestown Road when a deer entered her lane of travel and was struck. The deer was located at the scene. Ms. Clark’s vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Marcy Scarberry, Jeffersonville reported she was west bound on Old US 35 near Palmer Road when she encountered another vehicle backing up east bound lane of travel and another vehicle was attempting to pass the vehicle backing up. Ms. Scarberry then drove into the ditch in an effort to avoid the other vehicles. Believing there was no damage to any of the vehicle all vehicles departed without reporting the incident. Upon arriving home and further inspecting her vehicle Ms. Scarberry found damage to the undercarriage of the vehicle. The other two vehicles were not located.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE /ATTEMPTED SUICIDE: A female reported an ongoing dispute with her husband who went into the garage following the dispute. Several minutes later, the female allegedly found the male laying on the floor with a motorcycle running and the garage door closed. The female called for EMS. The male denied any intent to harm himself but admitted to the ongoing dispute. The male agreed to depart the residence for the weekend to allow the situation to calm down.

TAKING THE IDENTITY OF ANOTHER: Jessica Carson, Washington C.H. reports that in 2012 her personal information was used to obtain Cable TV service without her permission.

CRIMINAL SIMULATION: Employees of Famous Footwear, Tanger Mall reported they received a counterfeit bill as payment for a purchase. The counterfeit bill was surrendered to the Sheriff’s office.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Stacy Everhart, Washington C.H. reported a tenant had moved out and upon checking the site following his departure they found the wires in the electric service had been cut. Ms. Everhart declined charges at this time. The suspect was contacted and advised of the complaint. He denied causing the damage.

THEFT: Keith Zimmerman of New Holland, Ohio reported sometime overnight someone removed his mailbox from his residence.

AUG. 21

DOG BITE: Jinny Maust of Washington C.H. reported while walking on Staunton-Sugar Grove Road she was confronted and bit by a canine. The owner of the canine was located and advised of the complaint by the County Dog Warden.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Two female associates were reportedly in a verbal involved in a verbal over living arrangements. Contact was made with both parties, who both denied any physical altercation. One of the parties agreed to depart the residence and did so without any further incident.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A female reported she had been involved in a verbal agreement with her husband during which a physical altercation occurred, however, there were no physical signs of injury. Contact was made with who was not at the residence at the time of the report. He returned to the residence and also showed no signs of injury. Both parties refused to provide a written statement and declined charges.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Nicholas Reel, Cincinnati, reports he was north bound on IR71 near the 69 mm, when another vehicle started to merge into his lane of travel. Mr. Reel reports that he jerked the wheel causing him to travel into the grass median. He then overcorrected and traveled across three lanes of traffic and off the right side of the roadway where he struck a concrete guard rail face. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene. Mr. Reel and his passenger both denied any injury. Mr. Reel was cited for failure to control.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Patricia Huff, Cincinnati was attempting to exit the lot at Speedway, Allen Road, when she failed to observe another vehicle crossing the lot in front of her. Ms. Huff’s vehicle struck the other vehicle driven by Timothy Elek, Reynoldsburg. Both vehicles sustained minor damage and were driven from the scene.

FIRE: Benjamin Newman, Washington C.H. reported he was collecting grass clipping with a lawn sweeper at the residence of Clarence Sutton, Washington C.H., when the lawn mower, owned by Mr. Sutton, burst into flames. The lawn mower was totally consumed and a small amount of grass was burned. Washington CH Fire Department responded to scene and extinguished the fire.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Marvin Maxfield, Lynchburg reported he was delivering concrete for Ross Co. Redi Mix at the residence of Edwin McCoy, Washington C.H. After making the delivery, Mr. Maxfield was attempting depart the area the concrete mixer snagged the Time Warner Cable line running to the residence. This subsequently broke off the utility pole nearest to the residence causing the DP&L power lines to fall onto the mixer tub of the truck. The power lines then became entangled in the drive unit for the mixer tub, breaking another utility pole. Washington CH Fire Department, Fayette Co. EMS and Dayton Power & Light responded to the scene. Mr. Maxfield was not injured.

AUG. 20

FOUND PROPERTY: An employee at the Waffle House reports locating a firearm in the men’sbathroom at the business. Sheriff’s deputies located the item at which time it was secured in property.

THEFT/RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE: Richard Williamson of Washington C.H. reports someone removed his vehicle from his driveway without consent. Williamson also located a vehicle parked at the end of his driveway. Sheriff’s deputies obtained a registration check on the vehicle at which time it returned as being stolen from Dayton.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Pepper Stout of Mount Sterling reported a known female came to her residence and created a disturbance.

THEFT: Melissa Crawford of Jeffersonville reported someone removed a firearm from her residence.

CASUALTY: Deputies were dispatched to 10000 block of Prairie Road to a female who had consumed a large amount of narcotics. The female was transported to Fayette Memorial for treatment.

TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: A female resident of Washington C.H. reported she has received unwanted text messages from an unknown person to her cell phone.

AUG. 19

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Aaron Mitten of Frankfort, reports known juveniles caused damage to window of a residence. The incident was documented.

PROTECTION ORDER SERVICE: Sheriff’s deputies made contact with a respondent and served a protection order issued by the Common Pleas Court.

THEFT: Joliene Reigelsperger of Jeffersonville reported after returning home she noticed jewelry missing from inside.

TRAFFIC CRASH: David Berry of Louisville, Ky. reported after returning to his semi on the lot of Loves truck stop he found his truck had been struck by another vehicle causing damage. The other vehicle is unknown, departing the scene prior to his return.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Delores Robinette of Washington C.H. reported someone caused damage to the door and lock set on a vehicle.

AUG. 18

DOG BITE: William Urbanowicz of Washington C.H. reported while walking on Market Street in the Village of Bloomingburg, a small brown dog charged at him in an aggressive manner and bit him on the upper calf of his leg.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Christina Jenkins of Bloomingburg reported while in a verbal argument with a known subject she was assaulted. Joey Jenkins of Bloomingburg was arrested and charged in the incident.

THEFT: Charles Crusie of Washington C.H. reported someone entered his vehicle and removed prescription medication.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Tresa Miller of Delaware was exiting IR 71 when Teresa Perretta of Columbus, Oh failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead striking the rear of Millers vehicle. No injuries were reported. Perretta was cited for Assured Clear Distance Ahead.

AUG. 17

TRAFFIC CRASH: Christopher Brockmeyer of South Charleston was stopped on the southbound off ramp of I-71 at the intersection of Route 41 when a vehicle operated by Jeremiah Mettler failed to see Brockmeyers vehicle stopped. Mettler’s vehicle struck the rear of Brockmeyers vehicle. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Kathy Ford of Columbus was traveling northbound on I-71 near the off ramp to Route 41. Ford lost control of her vehicle traveling off the right side of the roadway striking a ditch. No injuries were reported. Ford’s vehicle sustained moderate damage. Ford was cited for Failure to Control.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Sierra Rowland of Bloomingburg, was traveling westbound on Brock Road near Tway Road when Rowland struck a deer in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies were dispatched to the 9000 block of State Route 41 on a domestic complaint. Upon the completion of their investigation it was determined that no assault or threats of violence had occurred.

BREAKING AND ENTERING/THEFT: David Mullins of New Holland reported that someone entered his shed and removed several copper pipes.

THEFT: Charles Crusie of Washington C.H., Ohio reported that someone removed a window air conditioner from his property.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Harold Blanton of Williamsport was traveling eastbound on U S Rte 22 East near Old Springfield Road when Blanton failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead, striking a stopped motor vehicle in the rear, operated by Frank R. Woods Jr. of New Holland. Woods was transported by squad to Fayette County Memorial Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Blanton was cited for Assured Clear Distance Ahead.

TAKING THE IDENTITY OF ANOTHER: Garnet D. Pack of Washington C.H. reported sometime within the past 72 hours someone used her identity for financial gain.

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