Greene County Jail Log

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

  • May 7 – Andrew Edward Frazier, 29, Owensburg, Ind., was arrested on warrants issued for failure to appear in one case involving felony auto theft and another case involving felony theft. He was being held without bond. Greene County Jail Officer Darren McDonald was the arresting officer.
  • May 8 – Ralph Allsup-Cornwell, 21, Hymera, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor operating a vehicle while intoxicated. His bond was set at $4,000 surety with ten percent allowed. He was released later the same day after posting bond. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Zachary Goad was the arresting officer.
  • May 8 – Alex Wilke, 27, Spencer, Ind., was arrested on a Writ of Attachment. His bond was set at $800 cash only. Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Harvey Holt was the arresting officer.
  • May 8 – Theodore James Miller, 35, Linton, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor criminal mischief. His bond was set at $2,000 surety with ten percent allowed. Linton Police Officer Nick Yingling was the arresting officer. (Update: This charge was dismissed and Miller was released from custody on May 9.)
  • May 9 – Austin Elijah Bryant, 25, Bloomington, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on a petition to revoke a suspended sentence in a case involving felony theft. He was being held without bond. Greene County Jail Officer Steve Dobson was the arresting officer.
  • May 9 – Mariah Rae Logston, 26, Bloomfield, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued out of Morgan County in a case involving felony operating a vehicle while intoxicated resulting in injury and misdemeanor operating a vehicle while intoxicated. She was being held without bond. Bloomfield Reserve Officer Ryan Montgomery was the arresting officer.

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.