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  • Police/fire
    Franklin
    Battery
    900 block of Duane Street: A woman reported at 7:02 a.m. Thursday that a juvenile hit her son. The juvenile was arrested.
    Thefts
    1800 block of Lakeside Drive: A woman reported at 1:34 p.m. Wednesday that someone entered her home and stole prescription drugs.
    Kroger, 1700 Northwood Plaza: A woman reported at 3:53 p.m. Wednesday that someone stole her wallet out of her purse.
    Property-damage accidents
    3:10 p.m. Wednesday — Jefferson and Crowell streets
    7:31 p.m. Wednesday — U.S. 31 and Commerce Drive
    Johnson County
    Criminal mischief
    2000 block of South State Road 135: A man reported at 11:12 a.m. Tuesday that someone removed fence from his
    property.
    Burglary
    5200 block of Old Smith Valley Road: A woman reported at 7:36 a.m. Wednesday that someone stole medication from her home.
    Jail bookings
    The following people recently were arrested and booked into the Johnson County jail:
    William Scott Jenkins, 44, 400 S. Third St., Terre Haute; arrested on a warrant for violation of probation; held without bond.
    Lisa Starr Ramos, 36, 1215 E. Markwood Ave., Indianapolis; arrested on charges of theft; held on $27,000 bond.
    Malissa Sue Sims, 43, 1954 S. Shelby St., Indianapolis; arrested on a warrant for violation of probation; held without bond.
    Gonzalo Cruz-Arias, 45, 1016 Wallington Circle, Greenwood; arrested on a charge of driving without ever receiving a license; held on $1,000 bond.
    Christy Leann LaFary, 34, 1281
    N. County Road 575W, Bargersville; arrested on a charge of contempt of court; released on $250 bond.
    Aaron Joseph Sheely, 32, 4081 Sunshine Way, Greenwood; arrested on a charge of theft; released on $3,000 bond.
    Miguel Angeles Iturbe, 45, 660 Wooddale Terrace, Greenwood; arrested on a charge of leaving the scene of a personal-injury accident; held on $1,000 bond.
    Cotey E. Atterson, 19, 499 Carol Drive, Greenwood; arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia; released on $4,000 bond.
    Joshua Robert Adams, 19, 629 Carol Drive, Greenwood; arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia; held on $2,000 bond.
    Jade Kent Richardson, 46, 210 E. County Line Road, Apt. 3, Edinburgh; arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting an officer, intimidation and public intoxication; held on $6,000 bond.
    Angela I. Manawat, 38, 8522 Madison Ave., Indianapolis; arrested on a charge of driving while suspended with a previous conviction; released on $1,000 bond.
    Mitchell Scott Webb, 22, 498 S. Main St., Franklin; arrested on charges of theft and possession of paraphernalia; held on $4,000 bond.
    The following people recently were arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated and booked into jail:
    Thanh V. Nguyen, 34, 820 Hospital Road, Franklin; also arrested on charges of resisting an officer and leaving the scene of a property-damage accident; held on $5,000 bond.
    Charles Howell, 36, 700 Shiloh Road SE, Corydon; held on $1,000 bond.

    Driver suffers seizure; car damages home
    A man had a seizure and drove off the road, striking a Center Grove area house, police said.
    The accident caused an estimated $25,000 in damage to the home in the 400 block of David Drive, homeowner Brian Ward said.
    Francisco Lopez, 47, Greenwood, told police he had a seizure while he was driving Wednesday afternoon and isn’t sure what happened, according to a police report. Lopez was taken to a hospital because of the seizure, but the sheriff’s office did not know if he had any injuries related to the accident.
    Ward was inside the house when he heard a loud boom and thought the ceiling of his attached garage had fallen, he said.
    Lopez’s car went through the open garage door, hit a wall and smashed a copy machine, TV, bicycles and other items stored in the garage, he said. An official damage estimate from an insurance company wasn’t available yet, he said.
    Authorities investigate phony arrest scam
    Police are warning residents not to fall for a known scam that conned a woman out of thousands of dollars this week.
    The woman called the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office this week after receiving a phone call from someone claiming to be a law enforcement officer, who told the woman her grandson was in jail.
    The caller told the woman her grandson would remain jailed in Knightstown until she paid a Drug Enforcement Administration agent in Maryland, according to the report.
    After transferring nearly $6,000 the woman contacted her grandson, who told her he had not been arrested, the report said.
    The woman gave investigators the phone number the call came from and the address she used to transfer the money, the report said.

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