Arrests in Floyd County, Nov. 23 and 24 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 November 2015 09:00


The following are arrests in Floyd County from the past week:


Nathanial D. Miller, 24, Clarksville, (FTA – Possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia) (FTA – theft).

Joseph C. Taylor, 45, New Albany, body attachment.

Robert D. Taylor, 41, Bedford, possession of child pornography.



John M. Roche, 36, New Albany, auto theft, theft.

Updated recent Floyd County Arrest List PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 23 November 2015 00:00

The following is the arrests in Floyd County since Nov. 11:



Stephen D. Brown, 23, New Albany, false informing.

Brandon J. Cape, 20, New Albany, sexual misconduct with a minor x2

Mallory L. Monday, 29, New Albany, possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance.

Aaron P. Prostler, 25, New Albany, possession of meth and theft.

Melvin L. Anderson, 50, New Albany, OWI x2

Glenn R. Marshall, New Albany, driving without a license.



Steve A. Timberlake, 45, New Albany, failure to appear, resisting law enforcement.

Anne L. Simpson, 41, failure to appear, theft, criminal trespass.

Jacorey D. Brown, 22, Jeffersonville, failure to appear, possession of paraphernalia.

Rachel S. Burden, 20, Louisville, failure to appear, theft.

William A. Bennett, 28, Louisville, dealing in cocaine or narcotic drug.

Brian M. Sturgeon, 41, city at large, theft.

Hope L. Bell, 41, New Albany, false informing (x2).

Jeremy J. Burks, 25, New Albany, possession of marijuana.

Angela K. Seacat, 29, New Albany, theft, criminal trespass, possession of a syringe, possession of a controlled substance (x2).

Christopher D. Rakes, 37, resisting law enforcement, possession of meth.

Barbara A. Ferrell, 29, resisting law enforcement, possession of meth.



Demetrio Arellano, 40, Louisville, operating without a license prior.

Bruce E. Vanasse, 35, Cannelton, warrant failure to appear (possession of controlled substance x3, possession of a syringe and parahernailia, maintaining a common nuisance).

Elisha A. Russell, 19, Louisville, theft; false informing.

Paul A. Durham, 38, Louisville, O.W.I. .15% or more.



Charles M. Hegewald, 56, Greenville, O.W.I. .15% or more.

Brandy D. Payton, 38, New Albany, warrant (FTA: driving while suspended).

Justin C. Love, 23, Clarksville, O.W.I.



Roger D. Edwards, 64, Charlestown, O.W.I. Impairment.

Martha F. Watkins, 54, Georgetown, O.W.I. Endangerment, O.W.I.

Gerald Adams II, 44, New Albany, Domestic battery.

Michael B. Smith, 31, St. Louis, Mo., O.W.I., O.W.I. Endangerment.

Zaid B. Iskandarani, 30, Louisville, Possession of marijuana; Possession of paraphernalia; Possession of controlled substance; possession of cocaine/narcotic drug and Maintaining a common nuisance.

Ashlee B. Maze, 21, City at large, theft.



Stephanie L. Richardson, 28, New Albany, theft.

Patrick M. Thompson, 39, New Albany, public intoxication.

Michael J. Thompson, 33, Georgetown, possession of paraphernalia.

Anna M. Jackson, 39, New Albany, theft.



Zachary W. Babcock, 23, Hardinsburg, domestic battery.

Anyssa M. Aguirre, 18, Jeffersonville, theft.

Mackaela D. Densford, 18, Floyds Knobs, theft, trespass.

Kelli M. Hines, 31, Memphis, driving while suspended, prior.

Katelynn M. Jones, 24, New Albany, trespass, resisting law enforcement, possession of paraphernalia.

Robert N. Chism, Jeffersonville, 58, contempt of court.



Kimberly D. Schroeder, 37, Sellersburg, public intoxication.

Andrew L. Jones, 60, city at large, public intoxication.

Lindsey A. Hodges, 30, New Albany, (Violation of parole, theft).

Daniel R. Rakes, III, 23, New Albany, (failure to appear – theft, unlawful possession of legend drug), (FTA-theft), (FTA – possession of narcotic drug, unlawful possession of syringe, possession of paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance.

Kyndra R. Shepherd, 38, Henryville, theft/shoplifting.

Robert J. Potter, 25, Scottsburg, OWI, OWI Manner than endangers.

Dawn M. Busick, 33, Scottsburg, theft.




David L. Ortiz, 32, Indianapolis, driving while suspended.

Laura L. Brown, 48, New Albany, habitual traffic offender.

Brian R. Haley, 28, OWI .15% or more.

Richard M. Wimsatt, 34, Borden, (C.O.A).

Laura K. Briscoe, 30, Greenville, driving while suspended with prior; OWI.

Michael P. Swift, 32, New Albany, domestic battery.



Alexander J. Hoppock, 20, New Albany, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement.

David R. Slate, 35, New Albany, domestic battery.

Micah R. Byrd, 34, Corydon, driving while suspended, possession of a controlled substance.

Lizabeth L. Zachary, 30, Middletown, Ind., theft.

Alexanderia M. Schigur, 23, English, driving while suspended (prior).

Cameron W. Schmidt, 45, New Albany, intimidation.

William Green, Jr., 23, city at large, battery resulting in injury, residential entry, criminal mischief.

Angela D. Jackson, 40, Memphis, possession of paraphernalia.




Josh L. Crone, 18, Depauw, possession of paraphernalia, possession of alcohol by a minor.

Roger L. Elmore, 37, Jeffersonville, auto theft, pointing a loaded fire arm, resisting law enforcement, carrying a handgun without a license.

Michael L. Mann, 37, city at large, theft, resisting law enforcement.

Harry M. Tretter, 56, Georgetown, O.W.I. W/BAC .15 or more.

Kimberly S. Pittman, 19, Corydon, possession of alcohol by a minor.

Sarah N. Evola, 18, Corydon, possession of alcohol by a minor.

Emily M. Evola, 18, Corydon, possession of alcohol by a minor.

Heather L. Cole, 35, New Albany, theft.

Caleb M. Lamb, 25, Borden, theft, trespass and false informing.

Gary A. Crosby, 18, Depauw, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, possession of alcohol by a minor.

Lee A. Jones, 61, New Albany, (FTA) public intoxication.

Kyle A. Friedel, 31, Floyds Knobs, invasion of privacy.



Edgian Delacruz, 29, Salisbury, NC., never receiving a license.

William T. Morrison, 32, New Albany, leaving the scene of an accident, O.W.I. W/BAC .15 or more; O.W.I. Manner that endangers.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2015 12:34
City remains in talks with Tumbleweed PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015 07:25

While nothing is set in stone, Salem Mayor David Bower said he has had several meetings with managers from Tumbleweed and they likely will re-open in Salem.

NH wins early-season MSC clash over Eastern PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015 07:25

By Dennis Dunn
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North Harrison raced to an early lead on Friday, Nov. 13 at Eastern (Pekin), but the home team made several runs late only to see the Lady Cats claim the 54-48 Mid-Southern Conference win.

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As long as there has been Christmas celebrations, there have been children and families in need.

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