On July 16 at 4:36 p.m., Hillsboro Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on Harry Sauner Road after receiving a call reporting a male subject in custody for theft. Upon officer arrival the male was identified as a Darius Henthorn Jr., 22, of Wilmington. Henthorn was observed selecting merchandise and presenting it for a refund, as a previous purchase. Henthorn was arrested and charged with theft.
Arrests and Citations:
Whitney M. Hidy, 21, Hillsboro, citation, possess marijuana.
Terry D. Quickle, 37, Hillsboro, unlawful purchase of pseudoephdrine.
Anna Reffitt, 25, Hillsboro, for obstructing official business and theft.
Roy Reffitt, 52, Hillsboro, for unlawful purchase of pseudoephedrine product.
Jordan Reffitt, 27, Hillsboro, for failure to appear.
LaShae Chambers, 23, Hillsboro, for failure to comply with probation.
Jermiah Fugate, 22, Hillsboro, for excessive smoke or gas.
David Fitzpatrick, 19, Sabina, for failure to yield when turning left and license plate light.
Owen Stevens, 25, Hillsboro, for failure to appear.
Jeremy Pinkerton, 31, New Vienna, for license forfeiture and bench warrant.
Rhonda McGraw, 32, theft and bench warrant.
Ryan Hansen, 22, Mt. Orab, for failure to appear.
On Saturday, July 19, the Hillsboro Police Department received a report from Wal-mart loss prevention that a male was observed selecting merchandise and concealing it in his clothing. The male attempted to exit the business without paying for the item, and he was detained. The male was identified as Mark Potts, 20, of Wilmington. He was arrested for theft and transported to the Highland County Justice Center.
Tyler Tharp, 18, Greenfield, for possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding.
Michael Moubray, 25, Mt. Orab, for OVI.
Arron Tumbleson, 18, Greenfield, for unlawful purchase of pseudoephedrine.
Tammy McClure, 45, Hillsboro, for three counts of passing bad checks.
On Sunday, July 20 at approximately 12:26 p.m., the Hillsboro Police Department responded to a motor vehicle crash. A juvenile, 15, of Hillsboro was stopped at a traffic light on the 200 block of North High St. when Jeffery Parson, 54, of Nelsonville had stopped and rolled into the juvenile’s vehicle, causing minor damage.
On Monday, July 21, the Hillsboro Police Department responded to a motor vehicle cash. Paul Throckmorton, 31, of Lynchburg was backing from private property and struck a vehicle driven by Shayna Slack, 22, of Peebles. Throckmorton’s towing receiver struck the front passenger side tire and wheel of Slack’s vehicle. Slack’s tire was flat, and Throckmorton reported no damage. No injuries were reported.
On Monday, July 21, the Hillsboro Police Department also responded to a motor vehicle crash. Zachary Rumer, 18, of Leesburg was traveling westbound on Harry Sauner Road and failed to see Troy Lanz, 18, of Hillsboro stopped to let a vehicle turn into a business that was in front of Lanz. Rumer struck the rear end of Lanz’s vehicle.