Hillsboro Police Department reports

The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:

June 9


Theodore Knisley Jr., 36, of Sabina, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Kevin Wortham, 51, of Hillsboro, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Jason Reno, 36, of Hillsboro, was arrested for Illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.


At 5:58 p.m., the police department responded to the 400 block of East Main Street and spoke with a female who reported that a window to her home had been broken by a rock. Upon arrival, a male juvenile at a neighboring residence had stated that he was the one who threw the rock. The grandfather of the juvenile had already made arrangements with the homeowner to have the window repaired. No charges were filed.

June 10


Nathaniel Loch, 18, of Hillsboro, was cited for speed.

Christopher Liming, 28, of Russellville, was arrested on a bench warrant.


At 6:15 p.m., the police department responded to the 100 block of West Main Street for a report of a two-car crash. Upon arrival, Larry Wiley, 72, of Hillsboro, was attempting to back out onto West Main Street from a parking space while Matthew Partin, 46, of Hillsboro, was traveling eastbound on West Main Street waiting to make a left turn in to an alley. Wiley waited for westbound traffic to clear while Partin was also waiting for westbound traffic to clear. When traffic cleared, Wiley began backing out and Partin made a left turn causing Wiley’s vehicle to strike Partin’s vehicle on the left side causing damage to both. No injuries were reported on scene. Wiley was cited for improper backing.

June 11


At 1:17 a.m., the police department received an alarm activation from a business in the 200 block of South Main Street. When officers arrived, it was found that the business had been broken into and there was still someone inside. Officers then made contact with Brandon L. Kuhn, 29, of Hillsboro, inside the business. Kuhn was charged with breaking and entering and resisting arrest and was transported to the Highland County Jail.


For the week of June 5-11, the police department received 324 calls, nine 911 calls, took nine offense reports, investigated three crashes and made 20 arrests – three being drug related – and completed 116 security checks.