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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.

Accidents

The Connersville Street Department, 1300 Illinois Ave., reported Friday a 2017 trash truck operated by Dexter Jones backed into the front of a parked 2009 trash truck at the department parking lot, Connersville Police Sgt. Brian Evans said.

A Ford Explorer driven by Keith A. Hannahs, West Harrison, and a Chevrolet Uplander driven by Jennifer B. Ellis, 216 W. 24th St., were involved in an accident Wednesday at Indiana Avenue and 23rd Street. Hannahs was arrested for driving while suspended, CPD Officer Brennan Watson said.

Arrests

Dustin A. Golliher, 34, Knightstown, was arrested Sunday at the Fayette County Jail by Jail Cpl. Nick Brown on a warrant charge of auto theft: receiving stolen parts. Golliher was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $7,500 bond.

Aaron R. Collins, 34, 1824 Boulevard Place, was arrested Sunday at his residence by Watson on a warrant charge of failure to appear. Collins was lodged in FCJ with no bond.

Pennie N. Robinson, 58, 1824 Boulevard Place, was arrested Sunday at her residence by CPD Detective Brad Rosser on charges of possession of a syringe, dealing in a narcotic drug, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia. Robinson was lodged in FCJ with no bond.

Cheryl A. Oliver, 56, Liberty, was arrested Saturday at 1200 W. 3rd St. Room 17 by CPD Sgt. Brian Evans on a charge of domestic battery. Oliver was lodged in FCJ with no bond.

David Drew, 41, 223 West Western Ave., was arrested Friday at Park Road and 27th Street by Watson on a charge of possession of a syringe, criminal conversion, obstruction of justice and possession of methamphetamine. Drew was lodged in FCJ with no bond.

Kimberly C. Lephew, 59, 2452 E. Little Bear Road, was arrested Friday at Maplewood School by Fayette County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Bobby Revalee on charges of neglect of a dependent and two counts of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Lephew was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $30,000 bond.

Jason E. Berry, 49, 1827 Vermont Ave., was arrested Friday at FCJ by Revalee on two warrant charges of probation violation. Berry was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $15,000 bond.

Blotter

CPD reported two citizen assists Monday.

Daniel R. Isaacs, 3306 Wayne Ave., reported Sunday two people had struck his Pontiac G6 with baseball bats and were walking away. The Pontiac’s windshield, rear window and two side windows had been broken, CPD Officer Matt Reed said.

A loss prevention officer at Walmart, 4200 Western Ave., reported Sunday a man tried to take electronic and personal care items valued at $96.17 from the store without paying. The man was cited into court, CPD Officer Josh Durstine said.

CPD reported two juvenile issues, one noise complaint, one citizen assist, one agency assist, two welfare checks, one medical call and one alarm response Sunday.

Officer Watson reported Saturday locating four juveniles at Tire Mart, 2171 Park Road, trying too break a sign.

Lisa K. Lacy, 828 Morning Glory Lane, reported Saturday her Toyota SUV had been struck by a bat by a trick or treater as she drove in the 700 block of Morning Glory Lane. A pedestrian admitted to striking the SUV after the vehicle ran over her foot while trying to get through the heavy amount of people walking. Officer Josh Tudor reported families along Morning Glory Lane complained about the way Lacy had been driving with the number of pedestrians on the street. No charges were filed at the time but information has been given to the Fayette County Prosecutor’s office.

Wade V. Markland, 1709 Barbara Drive, reported Saturday screens on the back door had been cut and entry made to the home while he had been gone. A large amount of cash and an Xbox console had been stolen, CPD Officer Joe Becker said. The detective division will continue the investigation.

CPD reported five citizen assists, one medical call, one juvenile issue, two batteries and three suspicious persons Saturday.

Rosalynd L. Tompkins, 208 E. Court St., reported Friday cash had been taken from her and her mother at 1805 Ohio Ave., CPD Officer William Ammerman said.

CPD Detective Craig Hamilton reported Friday the Noblesville Police Department contacted him about a fraudulent use of a credit card at the Gray Haven Motel. A warrant will be sought on the woman allegedly involved.

Jeffery W. Larsen, Brookville, reported Friday his truck had been vandalized while parked at 716 Oak St. and his license plate stolen, Becker said.

Jennifer Gibson, 624 1/2 Lexington Place, reported Friday her wallet had been taken from her residence, CPD Officer Marc Koons said.

CPD reported two verbal arguments, one suspicious person, one medical call, three citizen assists and one welfare check Friday.

CPD reported eight citizen assists, three unwanted subjects, one vehicle identification number check and one alarm response Thursday.

Fire runs

Connersville Fire Department responded Monday to medical calls in the 1000 block of West 5th Street and the 600 block of Reid Street.

CFD responded Sunday to medical calls in the 1500 block of West 6th Street, 1200 block of West 3rd Street and the 700 block of Morning Glory Lane and to a brush fire in the 200 block of East 4th Street.

CFD responded Saturday to a rescue in the 1500 block of Indiana 44.

CFD responded Friday to medical calls in the 2100 block of Vermont Avenue, 1000 block of Maple Street, 600 block of East 5th Street, 200 block of Ludwig Street and the 3400 block of Iowa Avenue.

CFD responded Thursday to medical calls in the 800 block of Western Avenue and the 2100 block of Whitewater Boulevard and to a chimney fire in the 1000 block of West 21st Street.