Greene County Jail Log

New arrests on the morning Jail Log at the Greene County Sheriff’s Department:

  • February 2 – Lorraine G. Miller, 44, Bloomington, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on a preliminary charge of felony resisting law enforcement. Her bond was set at $5,000 surety with ten percent cash allowed. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Terry Wade was the arresting officer.
  • February 2 – Tracy Dean Laughlin, 45, Newberry, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of felony possession of a hypodermic syringe and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. He was being held without bond. Bloomfield Deputy Marshal Jordan Allor was the arresting officer.
  • February 3 – Angel Raydawn Walls, 32, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on preliminary charges of misdemeanor criminal trespass, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor public intoxication. Her bond was set at $5,000 surety with ten percent cash allowed. Linton Police Officer Debbie McDonald-Miller was the arresting officer.
  • February 3 – James Randell Willoughby, Jr., 31, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony auto theft. His bond was set at $4,000 surety with ten percent cash allowed. Linton Police Officer Debbie McDonald-Miller was the arresting officer.
  • February 4 – Stephanie May Holcomb, 40, Sullivan, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued out of Sullivan County on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor public intoxication. She was being held without bond. Worthington Deputy Marshal Russell Walls was the arresting officer.
  • February 5 – James Fredrick Fuchie, 38, Branchville, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of felony burglary and felony theft, misdemeanor false reporting/informing and misdemeanor unauthorized entry of a vehicle. His bond was set at $21,000 surety with ten percent cash allowed. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy David Elmore was the arresting officer.
  • February 5 – Joseph Lewis Robinson, 43, Gainesville, Ga., was arrested on a warrant issued out of Georgia in a case involving felony theft. He was being held without bond.

Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Individuals are booked into jail on warrants issued by courts or on “preliminary charges” based on recommendations of investigating or arresting officers. Charges may change when a new case is filed in court by the prosecutor who reviews the case and makes the charging decision. Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.