According to reports, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls:
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Sheriff’s deputies responded to the BMV on reports of a male subject being irate inside the business. Upon arrival the subject had departed the business. The incident was documented.
THEFT: Cynthia Seaton of Greenfield reported someone removed several election signs from various locations.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Joseph Stewart of Greenfield stated while traveling North on Washington-New Martinsburg Road a deer entered the roadway into the path of his vehicle causing Stewart to strike the deer. No injuries were reported.
AGGRAVATED MENACING: Marvin Brown of Columbus reported an unknown male pointed a firearm at him while he was traveling in his vehicle.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Aryka Ferguson of Hillsboro, Oh was merging onto US 35 West. Ferguson failed to yield for a vehicle also traveling west striking the side of the vehicle. No injuries were reported. Ferguson was cited for Failure to Yield.
VANDALISM: An employee with DGM reported person(s) unknown sometime overnight entered piece of construction equipment on Washington-Waterloo Rd causing damage to the roadway and safety barricades.
POSSESSION OF DRUG ABUSE INSTRUMENTS: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Forest Street, Washington CH with EMS on a male subject unresponsive. Upon arrival, items of drug paraphernalia were located inside the residence.
THEFT: Neelam Hudson of Lewis Center, Oh reported someone entered her vehicle while at the Tanger Outlet Mall and removed property from inside.
BURGLARY/THEFT: Regina Wyatt of Greenfield reported someone entered her residence and removed items from inside.
TRAFFIC OFFENSE/ DRUG TRAFFICKING/ POSSESSION OF DRUGS/ IMPROPER HANDLING A FIRARM IN A MOTOR VEHICLE: While on patrol on Interstate 71 a Sheriff’s Deputy on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for multiple traffic violations. K-9 Ben assisted in a search of the vehicle. A large quantity of narcotics and a firearm were located inside the vehicle. Taja Cox, Shacretta Williams, and Verland Jones of Cincinnati, Oh were arrested and charged in the incident. All were taken to the Fayette County Jail.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Dorothy Gilpen of Jeffersonville, OH reported someone traveled off the right side of the roadway into her yard striking several lawn rocks and departed the scene.
LITTERING OFFENSE: Branen Weade of Washington CH, OH reported person(s) unknown discarded several household items along the roadway on Creek Rd.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Brandon Chinn of Clarksburg, OH was traveling North of S.R 207. Chinn swerved to avoid a collision with a deer traveling off the left side of the roadway striking a guardrail. Chinn continued traveling off the right side of the roadway striking a second guardrail. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained moderate damage in the crash and was towed from the scene.
THEFT: An employee of Tommy Hilfiger reported two unknown males removed merchandise from the business without payment.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Cherokee Thompson, 19 of New Holland, Ohio was traveling eastbound on U.S. 22 when the front left tire came off of his vehicle. The tire from Thompson’s vehicle traveled into the west bound lane and struck a vehicle traveling westbound operated by Bethany Allen, 27 of Ashville, Ohio. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.
TRAFFIC CRASH: Penny Richard, 71 of Greenfield, Ohio was traveling southbound on U.S. 62 in the 9000 block when she slowed for a funeral. Joan Laird, 52 of Washington C.H., Ohio was also traveling southbound and failed to observe Richard’s vehicle stopped. Laird struck the rear of Richard’s vehicle. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. Laird was cited for ACDA.
ASSAULT: An employee of the Ranch of Opportunity reported she assaulted by a female juvenile.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A male and female, both residents of Jeffersonville, reported being involved in an argument.
UNRULY: A resident of Washington C.H. reported that a child that he has custody of left the residence without permission.