Greene County Jail Log

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

  • June 21 – Donald Scott Forker, Jr., 35, Terre Haute, Ind., was arrested on two warrants, one issued on preliminary charges of felony dealing methamphetamine and one issued on a petition to revoke a suspended sentence in previous case involving felony dealing in a controlled substance. He was being held without bond. Forker was transferred in to Greene County from the Vigo County Jail. Greene County Jail Officer Darren McDonald was the arresting officer.
  • June 21 – Rachel Leann Crouch, 38, Solsberry, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on preliminary charges of felony battery resulting in serious bodily injury and battery by means of a deadly weapon. Her bond was set at $20,000 surety with ten percent allowed. She was released later the same day after posting $2,000 cash. Greene County Sheriff’s Detective James O’Malley was the arresting officer.
  • June 21 – Jarrod James Wampler, 29, Coal City, Ind., was arrested on a warrant issued on a petition to revoke a suspended sentence in a case involving misdemeanor theft. He was being held without bond. Greene County Jail Officer Michelle Hollars was the arresting officer.
  • June 21 – Maranda Denise Burch, 30, Bloomfield, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor disorderly conduct. Her bond was set at $500 surety with ten percent allowed. She posted $50 cash and was released later the same day. Greene County Sheriff’s Detective Shawn Cullison was the arresting officer.
  • June 21 – Jason W. Camden, 44, Dugger, Ind., was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. His bond was set at $500 surety with ten percent allowed. He posted $50 cash and was released later the same day. Linton Police Officer Logan Hobbs 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.