FCSO Incidents


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

DEC. 28

ASSAULT: Deputies responded to a fight between two female inmates in the Jail, involving Brooke Conover and Arlena Smith, both of Washington C.H. Both females claim to have been assaulted by the other and due to conflicting statements they were referred to the City Solicitor to pursue charges.

BURGLARY: Candy Beatty, Washington C.H., reported she went to check on the residence of Teresa Villarreal and found the residence had been entered. At this time it is undetermined whether anything is missing from the residence.

BURGLARY/THEFT: William Keenan, Washington C.H., reported his residence had been forcibly entered and property removed without permission.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Jodi Flowers, Washington C.H., was attempting to back up a bus owned by Fayette Progressive Industries on Mill Street in West Lancaster. Flowers reports that she backed into a parked vehicle, owned by Learnin Scott, of Jeffersonville, causing damage. Flowers was cited for improper backing.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Henry Barnes, Columbus, was north bound on S.R. 753 at Robinson Road and failed to notice the vehicle in front of him, driven by Christopher Cook, Washington C.H., had stopped in the roadway to make a left hand turn onto Robinson Road. Barnes subsequently struck the rear of Cook’s vehicle causing minor damage to both vehicles. Barnes was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Yasin A. Mohamed, Columbus, was north bound on I-71 at the 71 mile marker when he lost control of his vehicle on the rain covered roadway, traveling off the right side of the roadway where he struck a guardrail end. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and was towed from the scene. Mohamed was cited for failure to control.

DEC. 27

TRAFFIC CRASH: Angel Rivas, Hamilton, was westbound on Route 435 when Mary McManus of Washington C.H., began to exit a private drive onto Route 435. McManus struck Rivas vehicle near the intersection. Minor injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage. McManus was cited for failure to yield.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Davis Kirk, Blackfoot, Idaho, was westbound on Route 435 and began to slow down for enter the I-71 ramp. Vristal Rosas, Rockfall, Ill., was also traveling westbound and failed to observe Kirk slowing. Rosas struck the rear of Kirk’s vehicle. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage. Rosas was cited for failure to assure clear distance ahead.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Sergey Gubchak, Eagle Creek, was traveling northbound on Route 62 and began to turn onto Matthews Road. Gubchak failed to observe a vehicle operated by James Woods, Mt. Sterling, traveling southbound. Woods struck Gubchak. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. Gubchak was cited for improper passing.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Employee from All America Fire reported that someone busted a window out of the business.

DEC. 26

TRAFFIC CRASH: Charles Smith, Washington C.H., was traveling southbound on Route 41 and slowed to make a left hand turn onto Peddicord Ave. Shanease Harris was traveling westbound on Peddicord Ave., and made a right turn onto Route 41 northbound. As Smith began to make the left hand turn he went let of center and struck Harris. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. Smith was cited for marked lanes and seat belt violation. Harris was cited for no child restraint.

DEC. 25

TRAFFIC CRASH: Chase Fast, Jamestown, was traveling north on S.R 41 when a deer entered the roadway causing a collision. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage in the crash.

BREAKING AND ENTERING/THEFT: Shon Russell, Washington C.H., reported someone entered the garage at his residence and removed items from inside.

DEC. 24

TRAFFIC CRASH: Blake Files, Kingston, Tenn., was traveling north in I-71 and lost control of his vehicle. Files traveled off the right side of the roadway striking a guardrail. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained heavy damage in the crash and was towed from the scene. Files was cited for failure to control.

THEFT: Jack Tang, Mason, reported someone deprived him of his wallet.

THEFT: Brianna Henry, Jamestown, reported someone entered her vehicle and removed items from inside.

DEC. 23

TRAFFIC CRASH: William Hall, Wilmington, was traveling north on I-71 when his vehicle hydroplaned on wet roadways. Hall traveled off the right side of the roadway into the ditch striking a road sign. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained heavy damage in the crash and was towed from the scene. Hall was cited for failure to control.

BURGLARY/THEFT: William Keenan, Washington C.H., reported someone entered his residence and removed items from inside.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Joshua Johnson, Cincinnati, was west on U.S. 35 and attempted to turn around becoming disabled in the grass median. No injuries were reported. Johnson was cited for traffic control device violation.

MENACING: A menacing complaint was made when a female was alleged to have been threatened by a known male.

THEFT: Pamela Gillenwater, Mt. Sterling, reported someone removed property from her residence.

DEC. 22

BURGLARY/THEFT: Barbara Wilson, Washington C.H., reported someone entered her residence and removed property.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Mark Carr, Washington C.H., was traveling west bound on Miami Trace Road when a deer entered the roadway causing a collision. No injuries were reported.

DEC. 21

TRAFFIC CRASH: Christopher West, Greenfield, was traveling north on U.S. 62 when a deer entered the roadway causing a collision. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage in the crash.

CASUALTY: Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Fayette County Jail on reports of an inmate hurting himself. Upon arrival deputy was advised that the inmate had cut himself on the left arm and side of his neck. Fayette County EMS responded to the scene and transported the inmate to a medical facility for treatment.

THEFT: Kylie Ault, Washington C.H., reports someone entered her vehicle and removed items from inside.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Julie Stroup, Mt Sterling, was traveling south on White Oak Road and lost control of her vehicle. Stroup traveled off the right side of the roadway. Stroup over corrected traveling off the left side of the roadway coming to rest in a field. No injuries were reported. Stroup was cited for failure to control.

CRIMINAL SIMULATION: Jeffrey Janson, Washington C.H., reports while cleaning up his basement he located several bills that appeared to be counterfeit. The bills were recovered and placed into Sheriff’s property.

DEC. 20

TRAFFIC CRASH: Roosevelt Ramey, Circleville, was traveling eastbound on U.S. 22 near Johnson Road when Ramey struck a deer in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

THEFT: Employees of GAP OUTLET in Jeffersonville reported that two unknown females entered the store and concealed several items of clothing. The females then departed the store without paying.

DEC. 19

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION: Robert Daughtery, Bloomingburg, reported two known juveniles consuming alcohol. The investigation is continuing.

THEFT: Deputies received of a complaint of females shoplifting from numerous stores at Tanger Outlet Mall. Two females were located on the parking lot and stolen items were recovered. Cathy Hoover and Crystal Wilson of Washington C.H. were arrested in the incident.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Tanya Skaggs, Mt. Sterling, was northbound on State Route 207 when Skaggs struck a deer in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Tyler Riley, Washington C.H., was traveling southbound on Creek Road near the intersection of Rowe Ging Road when Riley traveled off the right side of roadway. Riley then over corrected and traveled off the left side of the roadway and struck a guardrail. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained moderate damage.

CASUALTY: A 12-year-old male fell and injured his left leg while at the Roller Haven.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies were dispatched to the 800 block of Delaware Street on a domestic incident. Upon the completion of the investigation it was determined that no assault or threats of violence occurred.

CIVIL: Deputies were dispatched to the 7000 block of Rockwell Road on a civil complaint over property line dispute between two neighbors.

DEC. 17

AGGRAVATED TRAFFICKING/DRUG ABUSE: Sheriff’s deputies received information of possible drug trafficking at a hotel on Allen Road. Contact was made with the person who rented the room at which time permission to search was granted and narcotics and drug paraphernalia was located.

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