GREENFIELD — Another warrant has been issued for the arrest of Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Roeger, but Roeger’s whereabouts are unknown.
Roeger, 33, was charged earlier this month with residential entry, criminal mischief and intimidation related to an incident in which he was accused of entering the locked McCordsville home of a woman he’d been dating and became angry when he found another man there.
Roeger was released on bond, and a no-contact order was filed so he would not be able to communicate with the woman. But officials now say Roeger violated that order by speaking to the woman through friends and family members. On Monday, special prosecutor Craig Martin filed a petition to revoke his bond.
Roeger was charged Monday with a new offense of invasion of privacy, a Class A misdemeanor. According to a report by the Indiana State Police, Roeger indirectly contacted the woman through other people several times the week following the Oct. 6 incident.