Two New Albany Men Arrested for Aggravated Assault out of Georgia PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 July 2009 00:00
    On Wednesday, July 15 at approximately 3:45 p.m., detectives and troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg arrested Sly D. Norman, 30, of 2402 East Market Street in New Albany. Sly D. Norman was being sought by authorities from Sumter County in the State of Georgia. Sly D. Norman had an arrest warrant issued for his arrest out of Sumter County Georgia for Aggravated Assault. The warrant stated Sly D. Norman committed the crime of Aggravated Assault with the Intent to Rob with an AK-47/SKS Rifle. The incident allegedly took place at Old Stage Road near the County Line of Macon in Sumter County, Georgia. Detectives from the Indiana State Police received a tip that Sly Norman was in the New Albany area today and began surveillance in and around New Albany trying to locate him. Detectives tracked him to 2402 East Market Street in New Albany where he was taken into custody. He was incarcerated in the Floyd County Jail awaiting extradition back to the State of Georgia. He was also charged with Possession of Marijuana under Thirty Grams for suspected Marijuana that was located in the residence at the time he was taken into custody.
    Chazaray M. Jones, Sly D. Norman's alleged accomplice, was arrested Friday, July 17 after turning himself in to detectives from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg at the City/County Building in New Albany. He was incarcerated in the Floyd County Jail awaiting extradition back to the State of Georgia.
    Troopers are still attempting to locate the rifle allegedly used in the Aggravated Assault in Sumter County, Georgia.  Anyone with information on where this weapon could be hidden is urged to contact the Indiana State Police at 1-800-872-6743 or 812-246-2509.
    Anyone wanting further information on the incident of the alleged Aggravated Assault that occurred in Georgia should contact the Sumter County Sheriff’s Department at 1-229-928-4631.
    The Floyd County Sheriff’s Department and the New Albany City Police Department assisted in this investigation.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 July 2009 07:50