Greene County Jail Log

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

  • March 29 – William Wayne Lacer, 38, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor invasion of privacy. He was being held without bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Richard Klun was the arresting officer.
  • March 29 – Chrystal Cherie Hensley, 30, Bloomfield, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of felony possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia and a warrant issued for failure to appear in a case involving felony battery. She was being held without bond. Worthington Deputy Marshal James Harrington was the arresting officer.
  • March 29 – Eric Scott Jenkins, 27, Bloomington, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony possession of methamphetamine. He was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Harvey Holt was the arresting officer.
  • March 30 – Donald Wayne Reeves, 23, Worthington, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of felony criminal recklessness, resisting law enforcement and battery, and misdemeanor criminal mischief. His bond was set at $24,000 surety with ten percent allowed. Worthington Deputy Marshal James Harrington was the arresting officer.
  • March 30 – Norman Alan Muse II, 40, Worthington, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony possession of methamphetamine. He was being held without bond. Worthington Deputy Marshal Russell Walls was the arresting officer.
  • March 30 – Teresa F. Reeves, 45, Worthington, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of resisting law enforcement and maintaining a common nuisance. Her bond was set at $1,500 surety with ten percent allowed. She was released later the same day after posting bond. Worthington Deputy Marshal Russell Walls was the arresting officer.
  • March 30 – Amber Michelle Mollett, 26, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on a preliminary charge of felony neglect of a dependent. Her bond was set at $400. She was released later the same day after posting bond.
  • March 30 – Fred R. Lammert III, 31, Indianapolis, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony theft. His bond was set at $4,000 surety with ten percent allowed. He was released on April 1 after posting bond. Linton Police Officer Orry Phipps was the arresting officer.
  • March 31 – Jason David Cooper, 40, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a Writ of Attachment. His bond was set at $700 cash only. He was released later the same day after posting bond.
  • April 1 – Jayce Edward Wayne Troup, 24, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. His bond was set at $500 surety with ten percent allowed. He was released later the same day after posting bond.
  • April 1 – Kevin Douglas Linthicum, 48, Bloomfield, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of misdemeanor operating a vehicle while intoxicated and driving while suspended – second offense. His bond was set at $5,000 surety with ten percent allowed. He was released later the same day after posting bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Richard Klun was the arresting officer.
  • April 1 – Jeremy Cox, 38, Shelbyville, Ind., was arrested on preliminary charges of felony possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. He was being held without bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Caleb Garvin was the arresting officer.
  • April 1 – Diane Renee Fleming, 53, Bloomfield, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued out of Ripley County in a case involving possession of a legend drug. She was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Harvey Holt was the arresting officer.
  • April 2 – Joshua Raymond Begley, 24, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued out of Vigo County in a case involving felony operating a vehicle while intoxicated. 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.