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On The Record

Individuals listed in the arrest logs are considered innocent until proven guilty. The preliminary charges and bonds may be changed when a case goes to court.


Megan S. Pollard, 31, 1025 E. County Road 425 South, was arrested Tuesday at the Fayette County Courthouse by Court Officer Wesley Green on the charge of violating probation. Pollard was lodged in the Fayette County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bond.

Casey L. Lockhart, 36, 110 Springhill Street, was arrested Monday at that address by Fayette County Sheriff’s Department road deputy Dan Becker on charges of a warrant arrest, resisting law enforcement, neglect of a dependent, possession of a firearm, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of paraphernalia. Lockhart was lodged in the FCJ in lieu of $210,000 bond.

Michael A. Chambers, 37, 3500 Suckrun Road, Ohio, was arrested Monday by Fayette County Sheriff’s Department jail staff officer Derrick Moore on the charge of failure to appear. Chambers was lodged in the FCJ in lieu of $250 bond.

Zachary R. Powell, 28, 310 S. Gray Road, was arrested Monday by CPD Officer Josh Tudor on the charges of the carry of unlawful handgun and possession of marijuana. Powell was lodged in the FCJ in lieu of $4,000 bond.


Connersville Police Department reported one citizen dispute, one domestic problem, and one harassment Tuesday.

Vicki J. Edwards, 1200 E. Wellsview Road, reported Monday that her furnace was stolen from her residence, CPD Officer Marc Koons said. 

A manager at Shoe Show, 3896 Western Ave., reported a female subject stole shoes from the store. The manager followed the subject into another store after the theft and found the empty shoe box, said CPD Sgt. Brad Rockwell.

CPD reported one suspicious person, four citizen assists, one counterfeit currency, two agency assists, one sex offense, one theft, one juvenile problem, and one harassment.