FCSO Incidents


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

APRIL 3

TRAFFIC CRASH: Chyenne Allen, Washington C.H., was northbound on US 62 near Rowe Ging Road, when she struck a dead deer laying in the roadway. Allen’s vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene.

ENDANGERING CHILDREN: During a custody exchange of a 3-year-old, it was reported the child’s father forcibly grabbed the child by the arm and removed him from the business and departed. Local police were contacted and conducted a welfare check of the child. The child was found not be injured and in a good demeanor.

ILLEGAL CROSSING DIVIDED HIGHWAY: Deputies responded to a report of a wrong way driver southbound in the north bound lanes. The vehicle was located and stopped at the 69 mile marker. Upon making contact with the driver he appeared to be disoriented and was unaware of his location. The vehicle was towed from the scene and the driver was transported to a motel. Thomas Jackson was cited for this violation.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: A vehicle owned by Alpha Combs was damaged while parked at J’s Corner Bar.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Deputies responded to a reported one vehicle hit-skip accident on Jeffersonville-West Lancaster Road. Upon investigating the scene it was determined that the vehicle was northbound on Jeffersonville-West Lancaster Rd., when it traveled off the left side of the roadway, where it sideswiped a tree, re-entered the roadway and again ran off the left side of the roadway causing damage to the ditch. The driver, Julianna Everhart, was located at her residence in Jeffersonville, and admitted to driving the vehicle. Everhart was cited for failing to maintain control.

APRIL 2

CRIMINAL DAMAGING/ THEFT/MISUSE OF CREDIT CARD: Ron Bowser, Kittanning, Pa. reported his vehicle had been forcibly entered while parked at the Hampton Inn and property taken. Later upon checking the transactions on his credit cards, Bowers found that it had been used at a business in the Allen Road area.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Deputies responded to a report of a one vehicle crash on State Route 41, near Leslie Trace. Upon arrival it was learned the vehicle had departed. The vehicle was southbound on State Route41 when for unknown reasons it traveled off the left side of the roadway where it struck two mail boxes and entered the front yard of 3278 State Route 41 North, turned around and departed out of the residence. The vehicle and driver are still unknown at this time.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Billy Joe Whitfield, of Decatur, Ga. was northbound on U.S. 62 near West Road, when heavy winds blew over his semi-truck and trailer. The vehicle overturned into the ditch. The Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team, Bloomingburg, Marion & Paint Twp Fire Department and Fayette County EMS responded to the scene.

THEFT/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Amanda Capps of Frankfort, Ky. reported while parked at the Fairfield Inn person(s) unknown forcibly entered her vehicle and removed items from inside.

THEFT/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Michael Salvatore of Bethel, Ohio reported person(s) unknown forcibly entered his vehicle and removed items from his vehicle.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: An employee at the Baymont Inn reported while cleaning a room at the business she located items used for drug abuse. The items were recovered by deputies and placed into property.

APRIL 1

CRIMINAL TRESPASS: Samantha Faulkner, 24, of Bloomingburg, reported an unknown person drove into her yard and tampered with personal property located at the residence.

TRAFFIC CRASH: David Bailey, 27, of Washington C.H., was southbound on State Route 753 and his vehicle was struck in the rear by a vehicle being operated by Randy Newland, 55, of Greenfield. Newland received medical attention from the Fayette County EMS and was transported to the Fayette County Memorial Hospital. Newland was issued a citation for ACDA.

TAKING THE IDENTITY OF ANOTHER: Rodney Boswell of Washington C.H. reported he was notified by his credit card carrier advising several attempts were made to obtain merchandise using his personal information. Boswell advised neither attempt was successful and he had no loss at time of report.

VIOLATION OF PROTECTION ORDER: Sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic incident on Jane Street in the Village of Jeffersonville. During the investigation it was determined there was a protection order in effect. William Howard was arrested and charged in the matter.

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