Four accused of giving Columbus police fake identities

Debra J. Dollarhide. Photo courtesy of Columbus police.

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.

David D. Fields. Photo courtesy of Columbus police.

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.



Christopher Dollarhide. Photo courtesy of Columbus police.