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Parke County Sheriff

458 W. Strawberry Road, Rockville, IN 47872

Phone: (765) 569-5413

Fax: (765) 569-5283

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Parke County Sheriff's Office

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Parke County Sheriff
Parke County

On 9/27/23 Austin L. Voiles (29) was arrested for Residential Entry, Level 6 Felony and Trespass, Class A Misdemeanor by the Parke County Sheriff's Office after a homeowner had bound Voiles in the basement of their residence in mecca.

On 9/26/23 Parke County Sheriff's Deputies responded to an address in rural Rockville on a disturbance.  During the investigation Deputies took a case report for criminal mischief.

On 9/26/23 Deputies took a fraud report.  This is an ongoing investigation.

On 9/25/23 around 3:30 pm, Parke County Deputies were called to the area of US HWY 41 & Cooke Rd for a two vehicle accident involving a semi vs SUV.  Upon further investigation, the driver of the semi, Chris Kelly (42) of Carbon was taken for chemical testing.  Chris was later booked into the Parke County Jail and formally charged with OVWI greater than .08%.  Chris was given a bond of $8,000 bond no 10% acceptable.

On 9/23/23 just after 3 am the Parke County Sheriff's Office took a call about a reckless driver in Lodi.  When deputies arrived to the area they were advised that a vehicle struck the stop sign and SR 234 and Monroe St.  They also advised the vehicle went to a near by residence.  Deputies made contact with the driver at his residence who appeared to be under the influence.  Nicholas E Mcconnell (24) of Kingman was arrested for OVWI and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.  Nicholas was taken to the Parke County Jail with a bond of $8000.

On 8/12/23 Deputies received a tip about two male juveniles who had been involved in a string of thefts around Parke County.  As a result of the investigation one male age 17 was arrested on 9/15 and the other male juvenile age 17 was arrested on 9/20.  These arrests close at lest four theft cases:  A stolen ATV from the Raccoon Lake Area, A stolen Truck from the Marshall area, a theft of property from the Mecca area and a fuel theft from the rural Parke County.

On 9/20/23 Deputies and Rockville Police responded to a neighbor and domestic battery complaint on Elm St in Marshall.  After an investigation Aaron Huffman (48) of Marshall was arrested for domestic battery, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and intimidation.  Aaron is being held at the Parke County Jail with no bond.

On the evening 9/18/23 Deputies took a complaint of a dog theft in Rosedale.  Alexis Koerner advised that her dog had been missing for 6 months and believes that she located it at a near by residence of Gina Crane who had said that she adopted the dog from Terre Haute.  This is an ongoing investigation and anyone with information may call the Parke County Sheriff's Office.





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Nicholas Williams

On 9/12/23 was arrested for resisting law enforcement, reckless driving, criminal recklessness and possession of marijuana. 

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Rocky Fransted

On 9/16/23 was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

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Renny Marshall

On 9/16/23 was arrested for Theft and Criminal Mischief.

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Brandon Kresge

On 9/17/23 was arrested for Domestic Battery with a Prior Conviction.

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Nicholas Mcconnell

On 9/23/23 was arrested for OVWI and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

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Christopher Kelly

On 9/25/23 was arrested for OVWI greater than .08%.


Christopher Bryant

On 9/6/23 was arrested for domestic battery and animal cruelty.

Subjects are innocent until proven

guilty in the court of law.





If you have any information regarding wanted subjects call the Sheriff's Office at 765-569-5413.


The Parke County Sheriff's Office consistently and with uniformity strives to maintains social order and provide professional law enforcement services to citizens in the community within prescribed ethical, budgetary, and constitutional constraints.  This agency strives to enforce the law and maintain order fairly and impartially, recognizing the need for justice, and the consistent appearance of justice.  The Sheriff recognizes that no law enforcement agency can operate at its maximum potential without supportive input from the citizens it serves.  This agency actively solicits and encourages the cooperation of all citizens to reduce and limit opportunities for crime and assist in bringing to justice those that break the law.



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