Police Incidents – July 10

Police Incidents


Criminal Mischief

2660 N. Morton St., Foxes Den Self Storage: A couple reported at 7:34 p.m. Friday that they found their boat had been vandalized while parked in their unit.


2125 N. Morton St., Walmart: An officer reported at 5:45 p.m. Sunday that he observed a man that matched the description of someone who cut off their ankle monitor at Walmart earlier in the day. The officer made contact with the man who confirmed that he was the man they were looking for, he was arrested and taken to jail.

Hit and Run

2390 N. Morton St., Meijer: A man reported at 4:02 p.m. Monday that while he was inside the store his vehicle was hit, causing damage to his passenger side mirror.

100 block of W. King St.: A man reported at 5:34 p.m. Sunday that his vehicle parked on the street had been hit and the side mirror had been knocked off.

Property-damage crashes

6:59 p.m. Monday — Commerce Drive and N. Morton St.

3:50 p.m. Monday — 2390 N. Morton St., Meijer

2:25 p.m. Monday — N. Morton St. and International Drive


2000 block of Traditions Court: A woman reported at 12:17 p.m. Monday that her window AC unit was stolen out of her garage unit.

80 block of Circle Drive: A woman reported at 10:13 a.m. Monday that two trash cans had been stolen from her rental property.

2125 N. Morton St., Walmart: Reported at 9:58 p.m. Sunday that two customers were arguing in the grocery area. Police arrived and found that two women had stolen a customer’s wallet and cash from that wallet and used some of the cards for payments. The two women were arrested and taken to jail.

2801 N. Morton St., police department: A man reported at 5:32 p.m. Friday that his debit card was stolen while watching fireworks at Northwood Plaza with his family.


Criminal Mischief

1000 block of Fry Road: Reported at 12:35 p.m. Monday that criminal mischief had occurred.


640 S. State Road 135, CVS: Reported at 4:11 p.m. Monday that a fraud had occurred.

Identity Theft

1000 block of Janet Drive: Reported at 10:49 a.m. Monday that an identity theft had occurred.

Personal-injury crashes

3:08 p.m. Saturday — W. Smith Valley Road and Ashmore Drive. A man, 39, reported having an abrasion with injury to his elbow/lower arm.

2:47 p.m. Saturday — S. State Road 135 and W. Smith Valley Road. A man, 49, reported having pain and injury to his back. A woman, 20, reported having pain and injury to her chest. A woman, 21, reported having pain and injury to her elbow/lower arm.

Property-damage crashes

5:22 p.m. Saturday — Sheek Road and Stop 18

10:17 p.m. Thursday — N. Emerson Ave. and E. County Line Road


1000 block of Long Stand Drive: Reported at 1:33 p.m. Monday the theft of a license plate had occurred.

1000 block of Southbridge Drive: Reported at 12:25 p.m. Monday the theft from a vehicle had occurred.

Johnson County


S. State Road 135 and W. Stones Crossing Road, Greenwood: An officer reported at 12:49 a.m. Tuesday that during a traffic stop he detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, after a search marijuana wrapped up in a tobacco leaf and other narcotics were located, the driver was issued a citation, a summons for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

Jail Bookings

Note: Information is current as of 8 a.m. Tuesday.

The following people were recently arrested and booked into the Johnson County jail:

Charles Allen Reed, 36, Columbus; arrested on charges of contempt and nonsupport of dependant/child violations; held on $5,500 bond.

Brendan Joshua Matthew Holzhausen, 28, Bargersville; arrested on a Johnson County warrant; released on $200 bond.

Caleb Stephen Eubanks, 30, Indianapolis; arrested on a charge of probation violation; released on $500 bond.

Miguel J. Carter, 35, Greenwood; arrested on charges of dealing cocaine or narcotic drug and dealing marijuana/hashish/salvia; released on $62,000 bond.

Jason Michael Smith, 30, Greenwood; arrested on a charge of violation of drug court conditions; held without bond.

Nyoka Renee Wilson, 52, New Whiteland; arrested on a Johnson County warrant; released on $250 bond.

Rony Manuel Funez Jr., 22, Indianapolis; arrested on charges of interfering with public safety and reckless driving; released on $4,400 bond.

Kyle Maurice Adams Jr., 44, Indianapolis; arrested on a charge of contempt; released on $2,000 bond.

Thomas Jackson Blair IV, 56, Greenwood; arrested on a charge of public intoxication by alcohol; held on $1,000 bond.

Johnson County Superior Court

Forum Credit Union v. Leah Trott

First National Bank of Omaha v. Ryan Bertram

Credit Acceptance Corporation v. Niki Jones, Brandon Jones

Portfolio Recovery Associates v. Douglas Pierce

Midland Credit Management v. Felisha Overbey

Prestige Financial Services v. Christy Stewart

Prestige Financial Services v. Michael Turman

Heights Finance Corporation v. Esaie Labranche

Midland Credit Management v. David Bowling

JP Morgan Chase Bank v. Nishan Singh

Unifund CCR v. RO Carmona-Navarro

Midland Credit Management v. Tiffany Martin

Regional Acceptance Corp. v. Connie Eck

Plaza Services v. Kelley Zainey

Discover Bank v. Darrell Sexton

Discover Bank v. Rebecca Moutschka

First Financial Bank v. Carma Kipfer, Jordan Kipfer

Midland Credit Management v. Shaun Fisher

Midland Credit Management v. Patricia McCauley

Bank of America, c/o Lloyd and McDaniel v. Chandra Patton

Regions Bank, as successor by Merger to Enerbank USA v. Lisa Burgess

Capital One v. Graham Bennett

Midland Credit Management v. Nathanael Matthews

RHP Partners Capital v. Ryan Hardin

Discover Bank v. Daniel Byrd

Midland Credit Management v. Kiresa Walker

HS Financial Group v. Moses Mbaya

First Portfolio Ventures II v. Nicholas Kane

TD Bank USA v. Gregory Heatherly

Velocity Investments v. Sean Klumpp

TBF Financial v. George Hoffman, Brian Newcomb