Editor’s Note: Due to a software issue at the Jefferson County Central Dispatch, activity logs for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, Madison Police Department and Hanover Police Department are currently not available.



November 16, 2020

Jason Howard Noel, 48, on a warrant for another county. No bond.

Tasha Daniel Thomas, 39, for possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug and possession of methamphetamine, both Level 6 felonies, and possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, both Class A misdemeanors. Bond $1,000 cash.

Christopher Lee Giltner, 31, possession of a syringe, a Level 6 felony. Released own own recognizance.

Christian Blake Horton, 25, for possession of methamphetamine, a Level 6 felony, and battery causing bodily injury, resisting arrest and possession of paraphernalia, all Class A misdemeanors. No bond.

November 17, 2020

Keaton Sullivan, 18, for possession of methamphetamine and resisting law enforcement, both Level 6 felonies, and reckless driving, a misdemeanor. No bond.

Anthony A. Payton, 25, on two bench warrants for Jefferson County. No bond.

November 17, 2020

Shawn David Hemingway, 28, on a parole hold for probation violation. No bond.


Jefferson County

Louis Scott Friedersdorff to Louis Scott Friedersdorff and Deborah Geyman, 201 West First Street, Madison.

Judith A. Koehler, The Frederick W. Koehler Gift Trust and Frederick W. Koehler Gift Trust to Judith A. Koehler, The Koehler Family Trust and Koehler Family Trust, 313+ West Main Street, Madison.

Stephen Spencer to Ashley Truesdell, 15449 West 175 North, Deputy.

Cris L. Sauer to Cris L. Sauer and Kristian Wesley Sauer, 316 East First Street, Madison.


Jefferson County

The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.

The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at 812-273-1942.

(October 26-31, 2020)

Boneyard Bar & Grill. Four non-critical and one repeat.

Circle K, 224 East Second Street. COMPLAINT. One critical. Employee running the cash register was observed not wearing a mask. This is a violation of the current executive order.

Crafted Coffee, 329 West Main Street. Pre-operational. No violations.

Dollar General, 601 Clifty Drive. COMPLAINT. One critical. Complaint was received stating that bathrooms were out of order. This leaves the employees and customers without a restroom to use. All facilities must have at least one working restroom in the facility provided for employees to use. The bathrooms are currently not working properly. The store must close at this time until the restrooms are in proper working order. One non-critical.

Hinkle’s Sandwich Shop. One non-critical.

Horst’s Little Bakery — Downtown. One non-critical.

Jendy’s Pizzaria. One critical. All employees are required to wear a hair restraint while handling exposed food. Five non-critical.

Kent Mercantile. COMPLAINT. One critical. Complaint was received stating that employees and the owner were behind the counter and not wearing masks. During the complaint inspection I observed one employee without a mask on. All employees are required to wear a mask while working.

Pizza Hut — Hanover. Two non-critical.

Prince of Peace Schools. No violations.

SN Marathon. One critical. COMPLAINT. Customer complaint was received stating that employees were not wearing masks as required. Employees must wear masks when working. The employees that were observed not wearing a mask are in violation of the current executive order.

Wendy’s — COMPLAINT. Complaint was received stating that employees were being instantly fired if they called in sick. During the inspection the manager was notified about the issue. The health department encourages employers to evaluate employees at the beginning of each shift so that if an employee is sick they can be sent home. Two non-critical.