FCSO Incidents


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

OCT. 14

TRAFFIC CRASH: Mitzie M. Dean of Washington C.H. was traveling northbound on S. R. 207 near McCafferty Road when Dean struck a deer in the roadway resulting in a motor vehicle crash. The vehicle suffered minor damage. No injuries were reported.

TAKING THE IDENTITY OF ANOTHER: An employee of TA reported someone placed credit/debit card skimmers on ATM machines within the business.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS: An employee of the Buckeye Community Apartments issued a No Trespass Order to a known female after she was asked to leave.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Tracey Coe of Milledgeville reported sometime overnight someone damaged the Guardian’s of the Ribbon “pink” firetruck.

NEIGHBOR DISPUTE: A North Main Street, Jeffersonville resident reported she was involved in a verbal dispute with her neighbor

OCT. 13

TRAFFIC CRASH: Ryan Glass, 31, of Martinsville was traveling westbound on Greenfield-Sabina Road near York Road when Glass struck a deer on the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

THEFT: Amber Stone of Washington C.H. reported that a roommate moved out and a tablet and camera was found missing.

TELEPHONE HARASSMENT: Courtney Sizemore of Washington C.H. reported that she has been receiving unwanted texts from a known male.

THEFT BY DECEPTION: Janice McCormick of Washington C.H. reported that she paid a known male for a furnace and after two months the furnace had not been delivered.

TRAFFIC CRASH: David Bennett, 59, of Wilmington was traveling westbound on Barger Road and stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Route 62. Bennett proceeded into the intersection and failed to observe a vehicle traveling southbound on Route 62 operated by Julianne Reisinger of Washington C.H. Reisinger’s vehicle struck the side of Bennett’s vehicle in the intersection. Minor injuries were reported in the accident. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage. Bennett was cited for Failure to Yield.

BURGLARY/THEFT: Charles Grieves of Washington C.H. reported person(s) unknown entered his residence and removed items from inside.

AGGRAVATED MENACING: William Rozell of Bloomingburg reported while in a verbal argument with a known male subject he was threatened. Rozell refused prosecution in the matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Alison Stratton of Greenfield was traveling North on US 62. Stratton traveled left of center off the left side of the roadway. Stratton continued back onto the roadway striking a vehicle operated by Jerry May of Sugar Grove traveling South on US 62. Stratton was transported to a medical facility for treatment of injuries.

OCT. 12

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to West Fork Road on a domestic incident. Upon arrival all parties involved were identified and it was determined that no assault or threats of violence had occurred.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Douglas Depugh of Washington C.H. was traveling westbound in the 500 block of State Route 734 when the vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway striking a utility pole. Depugh was flown by MedFlight to a Columbus area hospital. The vehicle sustained heavy damage.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Martha Potter of Bloomingburg was traveling westbound in the 500 block of State Route 734 when Potter struck a utility pole in the roadway from a previous crash. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained moderate damage.

TRAFFIC CRASH: George Hellenthal of Washington C.H. was assisting on the scene of an injury accident in a marked Fayette County rescue vehicle in the 500 block of State Route 734 when he struck a BPM fire truck. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.

OCT. 11

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Deputies responded to a residence in Jeffersonville on a dispute between family members. Prosecution was declined at the time of the report.

CANINE CONFINED IN VEHICLE: A Sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to the Tanger Outlet Mall on complaint of a canine being confined inside a motor vehicle. The owner of the canine was located and advised of the complaint.

TRAFFIC OFFENSE: Mary R. Bottorff of Columbus was arrested for Marked Lanes, OVI, and Possession of Marijuana following a traffic stop on I-71.

OCT. 10

NEIGHBOR DISPUTE: Deputies responded to a Meadow Drive residence on a report of a dispute with a neighbor.

NEIGHBOR DISPUTE: Deputies responded to a Mill Street residence on a report of a neighbor dispute.

CIVIL DISPUTE: A report of a verbal dispute was made by a former employee of Charley’s Grilled Subs, Tanger Outlet Mall, Jeffersonville.

ATTEMPTED BREAKING AND ENTERING: William J. Taylor of Washington C.H. reported sometime within the past week persons unknown attempted to gain entry to an outbuilding.

OCT. 9

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: An employee of the Jeffersonville Green Apartments reported sometime overnight persons unknown damaged a section of privacy fence.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Tyler R. Stewart of Leesburg reported while parked on Morris Road persons unknown damaged his motor vehicle.

ASSAULT/THEFT OF DRUGS: Deputies were dispatched to a North Bend Court address on a reported stabbing and theft of medication. Upon arriving the deputies found the caller was under the influence of medication, had not been stabbed, and was not injured. Contact was made with the other parties involved who claimed that the caller had assaulted one of them. All parties were referred to the city solicitor if they wished to pursue charges.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT BY FIGHTING: Deputies responded to a Beatty Road address on a reported altercation between two subjects. Prosecution was declined at the time of the report.

UNRULY JUVENILE: Deputies responded to a Jamison Road address on complaints of an unruly 15-year old. They were referred to Juvenile Court for further.

THEFT: Madeline Wolfe of New Holland reported person(s) unknown cut the lock off a farm diesel tank and removed 200 gallons of fuel from her property.

ILLEGAL CULTIVATION OF MARIJUANA: Sheriff’s deputies received a tip that marijuana plants were in a corn field located on Rock-Mills Good Hope Road. Deputies recovered the plants and placed them in property awaiting an order to destroy from the court.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Amber Wallace of Stoutsville was driving East on US 22 and lost control of her vehicle. Wallace traveled off the right side of the roadway striking a utility pole. Wallace continued into the ditch overturning. Wallace was transported to a medical facility for treatment of injuries. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and was towed from the scene. Wallace was cited for Failure to Control.

OCT. 8

BURGLARY: Randall S. Chamberlain of Mount Sterling reported sometime within the past 48 hours persons unknown forced entry to his camper at the Walnut Lake Campgrounds. At the time of the report nothing was reported stolen.

OCT. 7

THEFT: An employee with Old Navy reported person(s) unknown entered the business obtaining property and departed without making payment.

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