Pickaway County sheriff reports for Sept. 12

Pickaway County sheriff reports for Sept. 12

Midnight – A routine traffic stop along Bulen-Pierce Road led to the discovery of a crystal methamphetamine, Fentanyl, and drug paraphernalia.

A deputy patrolling Bulen-Pierce Road observed a SUV that had backed into a farm lane. When the deputy passed by the vehicle, it pulled out traveling northbound on Bulen-Pierce with a loud exhaust. The deputy ran the license plate that showed the registered owner’s driving status was suspended.

After getting the vehicle to pull over, the deputy asked the male driver, Marche Mooney, if he had anything illegal in the car the deputy should know about. The deputy wrote that the owner said he had a small amount of marijuana in his pocket and in the vehicle. The deputy secured the male and a female passenger in the back of his cruiser and searched the vehicle in question, where the drugs were found. 

The deputy told the male that he would receive a summons for the charges he faces – illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor; possession of drugs, a misdemeanor; and a felony second count of possession of drugs.

3:28 p.m. – A woman was transported by Med Flight to Grant Hospital in Columbus Saturday after she was hit by a train.

Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the Norfolk and Southern railroad tracks behind the Amvets building at 3:28 p.m. and arrived there at the same time as the Pickaway Township Fire Department.

According to a report, the railroad conductor said Bobbie Jo Frazier was on the tracks when the train struck her. He speculated Frazier should be in an area not far behind the engine, and she was found in that vicinity. Though she was hurt, Frazier was communicating.

The train was traveling southbound and the crash happened about a half mile north of the Tarlton Road overpass. The Cleercreek and Tarlton fire departments also assisted.

5 p.m. – A female was arrested after she threatened to beat up a male in the Mound Street area of Orient.

Lisa Millenbruck was charged with menacing after a Friday afternoon incident that brought sheriff’s deputies to the neighborhood.

Deputy Lance Canterbury wrote in a report that when he arrived on the scene, Millenbruck was on her porch drinking a beer, had slurred speech, and had a strong ordor of alcohol emitting from her breath.

“She stated that she was going to beat [a male’s] ass then went inside and slammed the door,” the deputy wrote.

He and another deputy spoke with the male, who had called authorities, which apparently did not sit well with Millenbruck.

“Deputies went to speak with [the male] and Lisa came outside screaming and cursing at [him] at which point I had to escort her back to her property. While speaking to Lisa, she … stated multiple times that once we left, she was going over to beat [his] ass.”

5:10 p.m. – A Winchester Road resident reported that someone may have tampered with his car after the right front wheel came off his vehicle.

He bought tires from a dealer four months earlier and reported to the business that he felt a “shimmy.” When the tire came off, he noticed two of the lug nuts had broken off. He speculated that someone could have loosened the lug nuts when the car was parked in his driveway. The male told a deputy that a few weeks ago, his neighbor had a brake line cut on his car.

6 p.m. – Sheriff’s deputies were called out to Walmart about a male who had been sitting in his car for the previous six hours.

When authorities tried to make contact with the man, he was unresponsive and refused to roll down the vehicle’s window to speak with a deputy.

“The male was very hot and was sweating. His nose was running, and he had urinated himself. I had noticed an empty pint bottle of vodka just inside the door,” wrote Sgt. John Schleich.

Three more vodka bottles were found in the car, and Schleich said the male couldn’t keep his eyes open and failed to respond when asked to undo his seatbelt.

Pickaway Township EMT squad arrived and authorities were able to get the male out of the car. He was helped to the squad to attempt to cool him down. 

The male was transported to OhioHealth Berger Hospital’s emergency room.

11:18 p.m. – A call came in about someone trying to kick in the door of a camper on Mattsville Road. When a deputy arrived, he met with a male who said he was playing a trick on a female friend who was in the camper watching scary movies.

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