The following people with name, age, address, charge and arresting agency, were booked into the Boone County Jail; charges are preliminary and may be changed subject to review by the Boone County Prosecutor’s Office.
Friday, June 20
12:47 p.m. — Lakisha Renee Barton, 35, Indianapolis, driving while suspended and possession of marijuana/hash, Whitestown Police Department.
12:33 a.m. — Stephen S. Daniel, 42, Oconomowoc, Wis., operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangerment, Zionsville Police Department.
Thursday, June 19
8:42 p.m. — Andrew Payne Wagner, 19, Zionsville, minor in possession of alcohol and operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangerment, WPD.
Area public service agencies received the following reports:
Friday, June 20
1:26 p.m. — Mulch is covering a lane of traffic at U.S. 421 and Bennett Parkway, Zionsville, ZPD.
1:21 p.m. — Caller in the 6500 block of Stafford Trace, Zionsville, reports theft of medication and reading glasses from her unlocked vehicle, Boone County Sheriff’s Office.
12:55 p.m. — A BCSO vehicle was backed into a pole at the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds; no damage reported to the pole, and paint transfer only to the vehicle, BCSO.
12:35 p.m. — Property damage accident reported in the 5600 block of Primrose Dr., Whitestown, WPD.
10:41 a.m. — Report of a large hole in the road on eastbound I-74 at mile 48, BCSO.
10:11 a.m. — Caller advises a man in a yellow shirt tried to run her over on the bike path at Gateway East Dr. and Schooler Dr., Whitestown, WPD.
9:28 a.m. — A man put a woman in a headlock in the 1200 block of S. East St., Lebanon Police Department.
9:08 a.m. — A company vehicle was broken into and a catalytic converter stolen at Jack Doheny Supplies, Inc., 4937 Fieldstone Dr., Whitestown, WPD.
9:03 a.m. — Two cows and two calves are next to the road at CR 450 N and U.S. 52, Thorntown, BCSO.
8:33 a.m. — Someone got into caller’s mail and took some of it, in the 2900 block of N. CR 150 W, BCSO; some tickets were taken from an envelope, and the post office said there wasn’t anything they could do.