ATHENS, Ohio – A Columbus woman, convicted of crimes in Athens County, has been indicted on the charge of escape after allegedly cutting and removing an ankle monitor while on felony probation and house arrest.
Kaleigh Morris, 29, was indicted Monday by an Athens County grand jury on one count of escape, a third-degree felony.
Tuesday, a joint operation between the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office, Hocking County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff’s Interdiction Unit, and Hocking County Adult Parole Authority conducted a search at a residence in Haydenville for Morris. In locating her at a Haydenville address, investigators discovered firearms, drugs, and alleged stolen vehicles.
Hocking County Adult Parole Authority arrested Mike Fultz on parole violations and Hocking County Sheriff’s Office charged his mother, Carol Fultz, with obstruction of justice.