Sheriff Donnie Barrera
Sheriff Donnie Barrera
The following incidents have been reported by the Highland County Sheriff's Office.

Sheriff Donnie Barrera reports for the week of Jan. 2-8, 2017: The Highland County Sheriff’s Office received 233 911 calls, answered 131 requests for service, dispatched 132 fire and EMS runs, took 35 offense reports and investigated seven traffic crashes.

At 11:28 a.m. on Jan. 2, a Union Township trustee contacted the Sheriff’s Office to report a large amount of trash had been dumped on Ayres Road. A deputy investigated the incident and located the person who dumped the refuse. A charge of littering was filed against the suspect.

A West New Market Road resident called the Sheriff’s Office at 4:14 a.m. on Jan. 4 to report a suspicious vehicle parked in his driveway. Deputies patroled the area and conducted several traffic stops as well as checking around several dwellings. All structures were found to be secure.

A deputy was dispatched to a residence on state Route 41 in Madison Township on Jan. 4 when the property owner called to report someone had cut a fence, entered his barn and stole a go-kart. Evidence was collected from the scene and an offense report was taken. The incident remains under investigation.

Two people were arrested on Jan. 7 following a 911 call from a Golden Doubloon Lane residence reporting a domestic dispute. Deputies were dispatched to the home at 7:53 p.m. when a family member reported a male and female were fighting. David S. Shull, 41, and Lorraine M. Shull, 35, were arrested and transported to the Highland County Justice Center for one count each of domestic violence.