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Parke County Sheriff

458 W. Strawberry Road, Rockville, IN 47872

Phone: (765) 569-5413

Fax: (765) 569-5283

Email: Sheriff: Jfrazier@parkecounty.in.gov

Parke County Sheriff's Office

Parke County Sheriff
Parke County

For Emergencies Dial 911

On 4/10/24 Deputies investigated a three-vehicle accident on US 41 near Mecca Rd.  Eric Corbitt Jr. (27) of Indianapolis, was operating a 2019 Ford Transit Van when he rear ended a Trans Care ambulance while it was stopped in a construction zone on US 41.  The Trans Care ambulance then rear ended a 2013 Dodge Dart driven by Kim Campbell of Clinton.  The trans Care ambulance was transporting a patient Harry Smith (81) of Rockville and EMT Callie Anderson at the time of the crash.  Campbell, Anderson and Warran Storie, who was a passenger in the van was transported to Union Hospital of Clinton for the injuries they sustained in the crash.  Harry Smith was transported to Union Hospital of Terre Haute for the injuries he sustained in the crash.  INDOT was working on the highway and had a flager stopping the south bound traffic.  INDOT also had appropriate signage placed prior to the crash scene.  Mecca Fire, Lyford Rescue, Rockville Rescue, Parke County EMS, Double D Towing assisted at the scene.

On 4/9/24 The Parke County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of Identity Theft and Fraud that was perpetrated against a resident in the Raccoon Lake area.  The partial identity of the victim was used fraudulently to purchase $12,000 in merchandise.

On February 19th 2024, the Parke County Sheriff’s Office took a complaint of animal neglect. This was over the welfare of two service animals that were temporarily being cared for by Jasmine and Jayson Taylor. The Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH) was requested to assist in the investigation. After a lengthy investigation, BOAH veterinarians determined that both dogs were considered to have severe malnutrition. Both dogs are now back with the owners friends and family and have returned to a

healthy weight.

 

Warrants were recently issued at the conclusion of the investigation for two counts of Cruelty to animals with a $5000 bond with 10% acceptable. Jasmine Taylor 27 and Jayson Taylor 30 of Marshall were arrested at their residence without issues on Saturday

April 6th around 9:30pm. They were taken to the Parke County Jail.

On 3/31/24 Deputies conducted a traffic stop in the area of Coxville Road and CR 900 S.  During the investigation Bradley E. Hendricks (27) was cited and released for possession of marijuana

 

NEWS

RELEASES

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Robert Simpson

On 3/23/24 was arrested for outstanding warrant. 

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Cameron W. Cox

On 3/24/24 was arrested for Domestic Battery in the presence of a child and disorderly conduct.

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Douglas R. Pharr II

On 3/30/24 was arrested for Domestic Battery.

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Jasmine Taylor

On 4/6/24 was arrested for two counts of cruelty to animals.

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Jayson Taylor

On 4/6/24 was arrested for two counts of cruelty to animals.

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Steven M. Weldon, Jr.

On 3/18/24 was arrested for Dealing in Methamphetamine and serious violent felon in possession of a firearm.

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Eden Fajardo-Caceres

On 3/20/24 was arrested for Operating a motor vehicle with never receiving a license and False Government Identification.

Subjects are innocent until proven

guilty in the court of law.

RECENT

ARRESTS

WARRANT WEDNESDAY

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

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NOTIFICATIONS

MISSION STATEMENT

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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