Ex-deputy, sheriff's department named in notice of tort claim




GREENFIELD — Another woman who was once romantically involved with ex-Deputy Scott Roeger is threatening to sue both Roeger and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department.

Meagan Navarro, the victim in a Hamilton County criminal case filed against Roeger late last year, is asking $700,000 in damages for “mental anguish and suffering,” according to a notice of tort claim.

A notice of tort claim is a legal document filed in advance of a lawsuit.

Navarro of Noblesville dated Roeger briefly last year, according to police reports. Roeger is accused of making threats against the woman and looking up her personal information in a state database in order to intimidate her after they stopped seeing one another.

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