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Deer vs Vehicle Crash Leads to Two Arrested in Ross County


ROSS – Two people were arrested after a deer stopped them in their travels

According to the Ross County sheriff’s department On 10-23-2021, at 10:56 pm sheriff deputies were dispatched to 7370 State Route 138 in reference to a possible Vehicle vs. Deer crash.

Upon arrival, I observed a Tan Honda CRV with damage to the front of the vehicle. I spoke to the driver, Brett Waller, who advised he had hit a deer and his friend was en route with a trailer to tow his vehicle.

It was later found the License Plate was reported Stolen from Columbus PD and the Vehicle was reported Stolen from Columbus PD.

Brett advised he had purchased the vehicle from a friend and that the plates came on the vehicle. Brett was unable to provide a Vehicle Title. Brett was arrested and charged with two counts of Receiving Stolen Property. Brett was transported to the Ross County Jail where he awaits arraignment.

A female passenger, Amanda Norman, originally provided a name and social security number that did not belong to her. Amanda is a
wanted person on several warrants from different agencies. Amanda fled the scene on foot. A warrant will be requested on Amanda for Obstructing Official Business and Falsification.

Penwell’s Towing responded and towed the Honda CRV to the Ross County Impound Lot for further Processing.

It is unknown what happened to the deer