Fayette Releases

By: News Release
Sep 12th, 2017

On 9-10-17 Larry Robertson, 28 of Chicago, IL was arrested on Fayette County Warrant for Contempt of Court. He is being held at the Fayette County Jail on $500.00 Cash Bond. The original charge is Domestic Abuse Assault.

On September 10th, 2017 at approximately 2:50 pm Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the area of Kornhill and Grannis Road in reference to a single vehicle rollover accident. Upon conducting an investigation it was discovered that Kimberly M. Churbuck age, 49 of Fayette was traveling Westbound on Kornhill road when she hit the shoulder of the roadway and lost control of her 2014 Honda Pilot. Churbuck’s vehicle entered the North ditch and traveled across Grannis Road where it then rolled and ultimately stopped upon hitting a utility pole. Churbuck who had been trapped in the vehicle was removed safely by emergency crews and transported to Palmer Emergency Room in West Union for minor injuries. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Fayette Fire and EMS. The accident remains under investigation.


On 9/9/2017 at approximately 6:13 pm the Fayette County Sheriff's Office received a report of a car-deer accident on Hwy 3 and E Ave. Upon investigation it was determined that 74 year old Larry Rohlena Of Anamosa  was driving a 2012 Toyota Camry eastbound on Hwy 3 when a deer entered the roadway. The driver was unable to avoid hitting the deer. There was approximately $3000.00 damage to Rohlena's vehicle.


On September 9th, 2017 at approximately 3:42 p.m. Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the 19,000 block of Y Avenue in reference to a personal injury rollover accident. Upon arrival it was discovered that Amy Renee Stolfus age, 37 of Sumner was traveling Northbound on Y Avenue in her 2006 Ford Taurus when she lost control and traveled into the East ditch. Upon entering the East ditch the vehicle traveled until reaching a culvert where it began to role, ultimately stopping on its passenger side. Stolfus was transported by Sumner Ambulance to the Sumner Hospital with significant injuries. The 2006 Ford Taurus was deemed a total loss. The accident remains under investigation and charges are pending. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Sumner EMS and Fire.