FCSO Incidents


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

APRIL 16

NALOXONE USE: Deputies and EMS were dispatched to the Flying J Truck Stop on a report of an unresponsive male. The victim was revived with the administration of Narcan and subsequently transported to the Fayette Co. Memorial Hospital for treatment.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies responded to the Tanger Mall on the report of a domestic incident. Upon making contact with both parties, neither reported any threats of harm or physical altercation. Both subjects departed without further incident.

ASSAULT: Travis Ivey of Washington C.H. reported during a verbal argument at his residence he was assaulted by a known subject. An Arrest warrant was issued. James Cottrell was located and transported to the Fayette County Jail on the warrant.

APRIL 15

ENDANGERING CHILDREN/TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE/AGGRAVATED TRAFFICKING IN DRUGS/DRUG ABUSE/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: Deputies were requested to attempt to locate a vehicle from a hit-skip accident in the city of Washington CH. The vehicle was located at a residence on Parrott-Station Road. Upon making contact with the occupants of the vehicle, Tiara Adams and Timothy Sloan, both of Jeffersonville. Permission to search the vehicle was obtained and substances that appeared to be drugs were located. During this incident Adams’ minor child was with them in the vehicle. Both adults were arrested on these charges and subsequently transported to the Fayette County Jail. Children’s Services was contacted and took temporary custody of the child.

BURGLARY/THEFT: Peggy Funk of Washington C.H. reported someone entered her residence removing items from inside. No forced entry.

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

BURGLARY/THEFT: Michelle Self of Washington C.H. reported someone entered her residence and removed items from inside.

APRIL 14

TRAFFIC CRASH HIT SKIP: An unknown person was backing in a parking lot of 4799 US 62 S. The driver failed to observe a sign, striking it then departed the scene.

THEFT: Tommy Hilfiger Tanger Outlets reported an unknown female entered the business, obtained clothing, and departed the store without making payment.

BURGLARY/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Paulette Humphrey of Washington C.H. reported someone forced entry into her residence. No items were reported missing.

POSSESSION OF DRUGS/NALOXONE USE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to an address in the Village of Jeffersonville on reports of an unresponsive female. Upon deputies arrival Naloxone was administered and the female regained consciousness. Fayette County EMS responded to the scene transporting the female to medical facility.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Jamison 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.

APRIL 13

TRAFFIC CRASH: Monica Jefferson of Turtle Creek, Penn., was traveling south on I-71 when she struck a coyote in the roadway. The vehicle sustained minor damage and no injuries were reported.

THEFT: Employees of Old Navy Outlet store, Tanger Mall reported two subjects concealed merchandise and departed prior to law enforcement arrival.

CIVIL: Sheril Hosch, Washington C.H. reported she paid a known subject from Gahanna to make repairs to a vehicle she owns, however, the repairs have not been made.

APRIL 12

INDUCING PANIC/CONVEYANCE OR POSSESSION OF A WEAPON ON SCHOOL GROUNDS/AGGRAVATED MENACING: Deputies responded to a report of a 10 year old student who reportedly displayed a gun to other students and threatened them with physical harm. The gun was found to be a toy gun. Charges were filed in the Fayette County Juvenile Court.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Jonathon Williams of Greenfield was east on Greenfield-Sabina Road and lost control of his vehicle. Williams traveled off the right side of the roadway into a field coming to rest on a woods. No injuries were reported. Williams was cited for Failure to Control.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Brittany Gorman of Columbus reported while in a vehicle with a known subject she was assaulted. Levi Maurice of Columbus was arrested and charged in the matter.

SUSPICIOUS: Jennifer Kearns of Washington C.H. reported an unknown male subject arrived at her residence knocking on the door asking to be let inside. Sheriff’s deputies patrolled the area, however were unable to locate the male.

APRIL 11

WELFARE CHECK: Deputies responded to a request to check on the welfare of an 11-year-old female, in Jeffersonville. Contact was made with the guardian and the child. The child was not in distress and the residence checked OK.

CIVIL: Brandy Jones, Jeffersonville reported she sold her vehicle to Mairon Marian, of Circleville. Marian arrived with a tow truck and picked up the vehicle. Jones failed to remove her license plates from the vehicle prior to Marian picking it up. Jones requested the plates be returned to her, however Marian declined to drive them back to her, but told her they were available for her to pick up in Circleville.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Deputies responded to a S.R. 734 address on a reported verbal dispute between a male and female. Both parties were denied any physical altercation or threats. Both were counseled and directed to obtain a formal custody order of the children to avoid disputes.

UNRULY/CONTRIBUTING TO THE UNRULINESS OF A MINOR: Deputies responded to a reported suspicious vehicle on Miami Trace Road. Upon making contact with the occupants of the vehicle one was determined to be 16-year-old female. The other subject was an adult male. The female was transported to a family member’s residence and placed in their custody.

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