RIPLEY COUNTY SHERIFF
The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office has implemented a scholarship program. The female inmates have grown mums to support a scholarship to be given to students from Ripley County who are pursuing an education in various fields of law enforcement. The mums can be purchased at the Sheriff’s Office for $5 each.
Ripley County Communications received a
call on September 14, 2015 at approximately 6;55 p.m. for an
accident on US 421 and County Road 350 South with multiple
injuries. Upon arrival, it was found that a Pontiac Sunfire,
with six passengers, and a Rumpke garbage truck were traveling
northbound on US 421 when the passenger car was struck by the
Rumpke truck. Passengers of the Pontiac Sunfire were Chealyn
Colley, 23. Sarah Boese, 31, James Colley, 5, Jesse McIntosh, 9,
Jennifer McIntosh, 9, and Joshua McIntosh, 2. Driver of the
Rumpke truck was Johnathan Fulton, 29, of Cincinnati, OH. It was
found that the four children and two adults of the passenger car
appeared to have all been unrestrained. Two of the children were
flown from the scene to Cincinnati Children's Hospital, and one
was flown later from King's Daughter's Hospital. Also flown from
King's Daughter's was Sarah Boese. The accident is still under
investigation at this time.
Ripley County Chief Deputy Kurt Enneking of Batesville, graduated from the 205th recruit class of Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Chief Deputy Enneking attended the fifteen week basic academy that consists of various types of schooling including criminal law, traffic law, defensive tactics, high speed driving, and firearms. Chief Deputy Enneking demonstrated the qualities of integrity, loyalty, ethics, and attitude which earned him the Herman H. Freed award. The Herman H. Freed Award was presented to one recruit out of the 127 recruit class. With these qualities, Chief Deputy Enneking will be of great service to the community and to the Ripley County Sheriff's Office.
The Ripley County
Sheriff's Department has received reports that Ripley County
businesses are receiving phone calls from 812-493-8286 stating
that their name is SGT. Walker and they are collecting money for
the Sheriff's Department. This is a fraud. The Ripley County
Sheriff's Department does not solicit over the phone. There has
been an incident where someone did collect the money in person
from a local business.
OffenderWatch®, a sex offender mapping and alerting service aids citizens in avoiding dangerous homes.
Call 812-689-5156 to report suspected drug activity in the county . This is not to be used for emergency calls.
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210 N. Monroe Street
P.O. Box 686
Versailles, IN 47042
24 Hour Phone 812-689-5555
24 Hour Fax: 812-689-1307
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