FCSO Incidents


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

MAY 8

TRAFFIC CRASH: Julie Mosny, Washington C.H., was traveling eastbound on Ford Road, when a vehicle driven by Suzanne Rogers, Washington C.H. who was west bound on Ford Road, traveled left of center and struck Mosny’s vehicle. Rogers was transported by MedFlight to Grant Hospital for treatment of her injuries. Mosny was transported by EMS to Fayette Memorial Hospital for treatment. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene.

CIVIL: A Jeffersonville resident stated a known person removed property from the residence without his permission. He was referred to his attorney on this matter.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Dorothy Haynes of Washington C.H. was traveling west on McCafferty Road and struck a deer in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage in the crash.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE: While on patrol a sheriff’s deputy located a vehicle in the ditch on S.R. 41. Upon making contact with the driver signs of impairment were observed. Krin Jordan of Washington C.H. was arrested and charged in the offense.

MAY 7

VEHICLE DAMAGE: Billy Groves, age 47 of Washington C.H., reported someone damaged his vehicle while it was parked in front of his residence.

THEFT: David Matson, age 39 of Washington C.H., reported an known male removed pieces of his property from a shed without his permission. The investigation is pending.

TRAFFIC CRASH-HIT SKIP: An unknown person was driving east on McDowell Street in the Village of Bloomingburg. The driver struck a parked motor vehicle and departed the scene.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Todd May of Wilmington was traveling west on Bloomingburg New Holland Road approaching the intersection of S.R. 41. May continued onto S.R. 41, failing to yield for a vehicle operated by Norma Hoppes of Jeffersonville traveling south on S.R. 41 causing a collision. Hoppes was transported by EMS to a medical facility for treatment. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage in the crash and was towed from the scene. May was cited for failure to yield.

FOUND PROPERTY: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Wilson Silcott Road on a found property complaint. Sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene locating the item in the ditch near the roadway. The item was placed into property for safekeeping.

MAY 6

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Deputies responded to a reported domestic incident on JoAnne Drive. Upon interviewing the victim and witnesses they were informed that Jonathan Thomas, had physically assaulted his live-in girlfriend. Thomas was located at his residence, arrested on this charge and transported to the Fayette County Jail.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Sheriff’s deputies responded to Colonial Drive in the Village of Jeffersonville on a possible domestic violence incident. Upon arrival it was determined that both parties had physically assaulted each other. Julianna Everhart and Timothy Williams Jr. were arrested and charged in the matter.

MAY 5

ASSAULT: Deputies responded to a reported argument in a vehicle on SR 41 N, locating the vehicle at a residence in the village of Jeffersonville.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS ORDNANCE: Anna Everhart, Greenfield, reported someone threw a homemade chemical bomb in her driveway. Greenfield Fire Department arrived and neutralized the device.

MAY 4

THEFT: Cody Bowen of Bloomingburg reported sometime overnight his mower was removed from his property. After investigation, Caleb Workman of Bloomingburg was arrested and charged with theft.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Joseph Matthews of Greenfield was traveling east on Boyd Road when Mathews struck a deer in the roadway. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained minor damage in the crash.

CIVIL: Deputies responded to Stafford Road on a civil incident. Upon arrival both parties advised they were in an argument over where the female stored her possessions in preparation to move from the residence. Both parties advised no threats of violence had occurred.

THEFT/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: John Neall of Bradyville, Tenn., reported someone entered his locked vehicle at the Flying J and removed items from inside.

THEFT: GAP Outlet reported an unknown female was viewed on surveillance video taking miscellaneous items and departed without making payment.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Village of Bloomingburg reported that someone while operating a vehicle caused damage to several stop signs and street signs within the village.

THEFT: Speedway on Allen Road reported an unknown male subject departed the business without making payment of lottery tickets.

MAY 3

TRAFFIC CRASH: Jenna Leonhardt of Sabina was traveling north on Reid Road and lost control of her vehicle while negotiating a right curve. Leonhardt traveled left of center, off the left side of the roadway striking a tree. Leonhardt was treated by EMS at the scene and released. The vehicle sustained moderate damage in the crash and was towed from the scene. Leonhardt was cited for failure to control.

CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Maryann Sbarbati of Washington C.H. reported she arrived at a residence to make exchange of a mattress that had defects. Upon making contact with the male subject at the residence he became upset and reportedly caused damage to a new mattress she was going to exchange the old one with. There were conflicting statements of the matter. It was referred to the solicitor for possible charges.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a hit-skip traffic crash in the 10000 block of Harrison Road. Upon arrival, it was determined that an unknown vehicle was traveling west on Harrison Road and traveled left of center, colliding with a mailbox and utility pole before leaving the scene.

RECOVERED PROPERTY: A wallet was recovered in the area of the 400 block of Peddicord Avenue and turned over to the Sheriff’s Office to contact the owner and return the item.

MAY 2

TRAFFIC CRASH: Whitley Ford, age 22 of Greenfield, was traveling westbound on U.S. 35 when her vehicle hydroplaned causing her to exit the south side of the roadway and strike the ditch. Ford was issued a citation for failure to control.

FOUND PROPERTY: Lavetta Jesenovic, of Columbus reported her phone had been stolen in Columbus but was able to track it to the Miami Trace Middle School, where it was found in the possession of a 13-year-old female student. The phone was recovered and returned to the owner.

THEFT/BREAKING AND ENTERING/POSSESSING CRIMINAL TOOLS: Keith Johnson, Bloomingburg, reported several electric motors and aluminum ladders had been removed from his property. Investigation revealed Randal Norman, of Mt. Sterling, had sold these items as scrap. A warrant was issued for Norman and he was subsequently arrested on these charges.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Mary J. Nolan of Bloomingburg was traveling north in the 6000 block of Danville Road and lost control of her vehicle traveling off the right side of the roadway. After leaving the roadway, Nolan struck the ditch and two culverts before coming to rest. The vehicle sustained damage and was towed from the scene. Nolan reported no injuries in the crash and refused treatment by Fayette County EMS. Nolan was cited for failure to control.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Teresa Bryant of Bloomingburg reported that a household member was involved in a dispute with herself and another member of the household which led to a physical altercation. Timmy L. Bryant, age 59, of Bloomingburg, was arrested and charged with two counts of domestic violence and incarcerated in the Fayette County Jail.

MAY 1

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Jennifer L. Cornell, manager of the Bloomingburg Trailer Park, reported a juvenile removed signs from the business. The guardian of the child was contacted and informed of the complaint. Cornell declined to pursue charges in this matter.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT/WRONG WAY DRIVER/MENTALLY ILL: Deputies responded to a report of a vehicle driving westbound in the eastbound lane of U.S. 35. The vehicle was located and subsequently stopped near S.R. 753. Upon making contact with the driver, he was found to be disoriented but did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The driver was taken into custody and SPVMH was requested for evaluation.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Michael C. Stahr of Oxford was traveling south on I-71 near milepost 63 and was struck by another southbound vehicle operated by Abdel W. Toure of Cincinnati that drifted into the Stahr lane of travel. No injuries were reported in the crash and both vehicles sustained minor damage. Toure was cited for failure to drive within marked lanes of travel.

BREAKING AND ENTERING/CRIMINAL DAMAGING: Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to an alarm activation at the Tanger Outlet Center storage garage. Upon arrival, it was found that entry was attempted, which caused damage to the door, however nothing was reported missing.

TRAFFIC CRASH: Donald Wright, age 41 of Greenfield, was traveling north on U.S. 62 when he failed to maintain control of the vehicle, exited the west side of the roadway, struck the ditch, causing the motor vehicle to roll.

THEFT: An employee of Factory Brand Shoes reported that someone had removed merchandise from the store without paying for it.

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