Person of interest in custody in five rural Franklin County deaths PDF Print E-mail

Early this morning, detectives and troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Versailles, with assistance from the Great Lakes U. S. Marshalls Task Force and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department arrested David E. Ison, 46, from Glenwood, IN for Attempted Armed Robbery, B Felony. A warrant was issued yesterday out of the Ripley County Circuit Court after a five month investigation began on May 9th of this year related to an attempted Robbery at the Triplett’s Drug Store in Osgood, IN. In that attempted Armed Robbery, David E. Ison allegedly attempted to rob the pharmacy and displayed a gun. He escaped the scene but left some of his DNA that was later collected by Crime Scene Technicians from the Indiana State Police Post at Versailles. The DNA was analyzed by the Indiana State Police Laboratory and a positive identification of David E. Ison was made.

New restaurant being built in 12 weeks.... Original McDonald’s building being torn down to make way for new facility PDF Print E-mail

Most people who enjoy fast food already know that the Scottsburg McDonald’s is headed for oblivion starting today (Wednesday).
But, take heart! A new facility will soon be rising on the “footprint” of the original building.

Five Dead in Rural Franklin County PDF Print E-mail

At approximately 1:23 PM on today’s date, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department received a call from people traveling near the address of 24015 Stipps Hill Road, near Laurel, stating they saw a small child wondering around in the roadway.

'One of biggest burglary rings...” Former Scott County resident now possibly facing multiple burglary, theft charges PDF Print E-mail


A former Scott County resident is now facing multiple criminal charges in connection with dozens of burglaries in four Southern Indiana counties

Semi Crash Thursday morning Closes Interstate 65 North Bound PDF Print E-mail


At approximately 6:48 AM Thursday morning, troopers responded to a crash involving a semi-tractor and trailer near the Ten Mile Marker, Sellersburg, in Clark County. When troopers began their investigation they discovered a yellow 1999 International semi-tractor pulling an empty trailer was travelling North on Interstate 65 when near the Ten Mile Marker the driver, Richard S. Wilson, 43, from Smyrna, TN stated he drifted off of the road on the East side of Interstate 65. The driver stated he was unable to get back on the roadway resulting in the semi-tractor and trailer he was driving rolling over on its side. The driver, Richard S. Wilson sustained a slight injury to his left arm and was placed out of driving service for ten hours due to a log book violation.

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