Four people were arrested Monday night in Columbus, after allegedly giving police fake names.
According to Columbus police, they were called to a reported suspicious person in the 1400 block of Sycamore Street at just after midnight Monday. While speaking to four people outside the residence, officers realized that a woman gave them a fake name. She turned out to be 36-year-old Debra J. Dollarhide of Columbus, who had two outstanding Bartholomew County warrants.
18-year-old Christopher M. Dollarhide, of Indianapolis and 33-year-old David D. Fields, of Columbus are also accused of giving fake names, as did a 16-year-old who was drinking alcohol.
Preliminary charges include:
- Debra J. Dollarhide: Identity deception, false identity statement and the outstanding warrants.
- Christopher M. Dollarhide: False informing
- David D. Fields: False informing, furnishing alcohol to a minor
The juvenile was taken to Bartholomew County Youth Services Center on offenses including illegal consumption, false informing, curfew violation and a Marion County warrant.