Three defendants enter not guilty pleas to battery, other charges in Scott Circuit Court PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 11:51

 

 

Three people accused of felony crimes were arraigned in Scott Circuit Court on Monday afternoon, May 9.

Initial hearings were conducted by Judge Roger Duvall for defendants Jimmy Darrell White, 32, Austin; Michael A. Caudill Jr., 45, Charlestown; and Dianna J. Sipe, 52, Scottsburg. Their cases are not related. All were filed with the court on May 9.

White is charged with Level 5 battery and Class A misdemeanors of invasion of privacy and theft. Caudill's charges include Level 5 battery, Class A misdemeanors of resisting law enforcement and possession of drug paraphernalia and a Class B misdemeanor of possession of marijuana.

Sipe's charges are Level 5 battery, Class A misdemeanor battery and Class B misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

On May 6, Indiana State Trooper Mark LaMaster was dispatched to the Kentuckiana Medical Center in Clarksville to talk to a man who said he was attacked by Caudill at a residence on Concord Road near Lexington.

The man had injuries to his abdomen, legs and one arm from the alleged attack.

Trp. LaMaster Trooper Zach Lavery and Deputies Joe Guarneri and Shawn Mayer accompanied Trp. LaMaster to the home early that same evening, finding Caudill and another man present. Both attempted to flee but were caught by the officers. A bat and a small bag filled with raw marijuana were confiscated.

Both Caudill and his friend, Robert J. Siewert, were transported to the Scott County Security Center. Siewert's case for misdemeanor resisting law enforcement was filed in Superior Court, and his jury trial was scheduled July 18.

White's charges involve an incident in Austin on May 7. White allegedly struck a nine-year-old boy on the arm with a stick and stole the child's bicycle. Austin Patrolman Scott McCoskey noted that White had also apparently violated a protective order issued to protect the child.

White denied the incident occurred as he was taken into custody. The bike was found at his residence.

Sipe's charge of Level 5 battery involved an alleged argument between Sipe and a female relative over the relative's boyfriend being at Sipe's parents' home. Sipe allegedly struck the other woman with a handgun. When Sipe was located, she told Deputies Jac Sanders and Justin Cheatham that the relative had spit in her face and was causing her parents problems.

Not guilty pleas were entered for all defendants, and an initial jury trial date of September 12 was set for Sipe, with White and Caudill receiving an initial trial date of September 19.

Bail for each was set at $50,000 by corporate surety bond or $10,000 cash. Sipe's attorney requested her bond be lowered, but Chief Deputy Prosecutor Chris Owens requested a consultation with the alleged victim before allowing the motion to go forward.

Public defenders will be appointed to each of the men's cases.

 
Rabies prevention clinic set for cats, dogs at Various Locations in Scott County May 11, 12, 17, 18, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 11:49

Rabies prevention clinic set for cats, dogs at Various Locations in Scott County May 11, 12, 17, 18, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Any pet owner can obtained a low-cost rabies vaccination for his animal during the series of rabies prevention clinics scheduled in Scott County.
Dogs and cats can be taken to any of the following clinics and be immunized against the fatal disease for a cost of $11 per animal. Clinics planned will operate starting at 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the designated sites. Those include:
•Wednesday, May 11: Behind Austin Upper Elementary School at covered walkway near the Rigel Gym, U.S. Highway 31 South, Austin.
•Thursday, May 12: Lexington Volunteer Fire Department, 8060 East Main Street (State Road 356).
•Tuesday, May 17: Scott County Animal Shelter at the corner of North Fourth and Montgomery Streets, Scottsburg.
•Wednesday, May 18: Vienna Volunteer Fire Department, 375 S.R. 356, Vienna.
All dogs and cats three months or older which are immunized will receive a tag and certificate of vaccination.
The clinics are being sponsored by the Scott County Health Department with the cooperation of the Sheriff's Department, City of Scottsburg and City of Austin.
By vaccinating their pets, owners are observing the 1961 legislative act making it unlawful to harbor a dog or cat which is not immunized against rabies.
This law also requires pet owners to keep their dogs and cats confined or under their direct control. The law further makes it punishable by fine for anyone to willfully abandon any dog or cat on a public highway or on the property of others.
Dogs and cats found running at large in Scott County may be picked up and taken to the Animal Shelter in Scottsburg at any time as directed in Scott County Ordinance 1955-5.

 
November political races created by results of May 3 Primary; 32% turnout reported PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 06:21

As noisy as national and state races were in Indiana on May 3, local contests proved fairly quiet in Scott County.

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Department Reports on Shooting in Deputy Indiana on May 3 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 15:21

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department responded to a report of a gunshot victim on W. Henry Road in Deputy, Indiana on Tuesday, May 3, around the time of 3:27 p.m. When the officers had arrived at the scene of the incident, officers located the adult male victim who sustained a single gunshot wound to the lower extremity of his body.
According to the statement for Sheriff John I. Wallace, the victim was flown from the scene to a Louisville area hospital with what appeared to be non life threatening injuries. Those assisting with the incident were Indiana State Police Crime Scene Technician Merit Toomey along with Jefferson County Sheriff Detectives Yancy Denning and Tim Armstrong with this ongoing investigation.

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Charges of intimidation and obstruction filed against angry husband PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:53

A Crothersville area resident charged with dealing in marijuana in 2015 now has two new charges based on an incident that allegedly occurred April 21.

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