Scottsburg Suffers First Defeat of the Season Against North Harrison 47-7 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 07:47

By Allison Justice

On Friday, August 25, the Scottsburg Warriors took the field for their second game of the season, this time against North Harrison. Scottsburg received the opening kickoff and began from their own 20. After a quick 3 and out the defense took the field. Scottsburg’s defense could not hold as North Harrison marched down the field for the opening score with 8:08 remaining in the first. Scottsburg could not gain any momentum on their next possession that ended with another punt. When Scottsburg’s defense took the field for the second time, they were ready; on second down the Warriors forced and recovered a fumble setting the offense up with excellent field position.

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Neglected family pets in Austin seized by Animal Control for court case PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 30 August 2017 07:43

A  23-year-old Austin man has appeared for his initial court hearing after being charged with two counts of animal cruelty.

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Local Alcohol Board’s rare 2-2 vote means decision now up to State PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 30 August 2017 00:00

The Indiana State Alcohol and Tobacco Commission in Indianapolis will be making a decision on Monday, September 5, that could change the way some alcohol sales are handled in Scott County.

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“Operation Total Eclipse” puts Twenty Drug Related Suspects Behind Bars PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Thursday, 24 August 2017 13:47

 

Southern, IN-Early this morning, troopers, deputies, federal agents and city officers met at the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg to have a briefing before going out to arrest twenty individuals from Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Jennings, Scott and Washington Counties on arrest warrants. The arrest warrants were the result of investigations conducted by Indiana State Police Undercover Units in the last several months with the assistance of officers from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department and Salem City Police Department.

 

During one of the arrests, at 5004 South Hardy Mill Road, Lexington, IN, Scott County, troopers seized over 100 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine with a street value of over $10,000.00.

This investigation is continuing with one of the local prosecutor’s, Dustin Houchin, from Washington County saying, “In Washington County, we are continually working to detect, apprehend and prosecute those responsible for dealing drugs in our streets.  Our community does not tolerate this kind of behavior, and these individuals will be held accountable for their actions”.

 

Below are the people arrested, their charges and the jail they were incarcerated in.

 

 

  1. Chad Anderson, 39, 3956 South Hickory Grove Road, Pekin, IN. *Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts). Washington County Jail.
  2. Corey Bohannon, 30, 22503 Daisy Hill Road, Borden, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts). Clark County Jail.
  3. Zane Bowman, 45, 4805 Walnut Ridge Road, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine.Washington County Jail.
  4. Jonathan Chilton, 32, 5657 East County Road 400 South, Seymour, IN.* Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts).*Dealing in Heroin.*Possession of Heroin. Jackson County Jail.
  5. Gary W. Dent, 30, 381 South Park Street, Pekin, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine. Washington County Jail.
  6. Christopher M. Hammill, 37, 21180 East State Road #362, Lexington, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts). Clark County Jail.
  7. Lucas Hatcher, 21, 101 Northern Avenue, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts).*Habitual Felony Offender. Washington County Jail.
  8. Robin R. Hodson, 46, 509 Colony Drive, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts). Scott County Jail.
  9. Jessica M. Lopez, 27, 1180 North Renee Court, Pekin, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine. *Possession of Methamphetamine.Washington County Jail.
  10. Timothy Mitchell, JR, 33, 506 Accrusia Avenue, Clarksville, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine. Clark County Jail.
  11. Garry E. Morrow, 37, 5004 South Hardy Mill Road, Lexington, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts). Scott County Jail.
  12. Garry Lowery, 64, 5004 South Hardy Mill Road, Lexington, IN.*Possession of Methamphetamine.*Possession of Paraphernalia.*Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Arrested on new charges. Scott County Jail.
  13. Suzanne Wiesman, 36, 5004 South Hardy Mill Road, Lexington, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine.*Possession of Stolen Property.*Possession of Paraphernalia.*Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Arrested on new charges. Scott County Jail.
  14. Mary Ruth Pierce, 38, 105 Teresa Street, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts).Washington County Jail
  15. Clarissa L. Roach, 33, 11190 South Green Mill Road, Hardinsburg, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Five Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts).Washington County Jail
  16. Kenneth R. Saylor, 58, 1886 West Morgan Lane, Pekin, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine. Harrison County Jail
  17. Constance M. Scanlon, 42, 4805 West Walnut Ridge Road, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine.*Aiding, Inducing or Causing an Offense, Dealing in Methamphetamine.Washington County Jail
  18. Jamie R. Sheckles, 33, 1612 East Oak Street, New Albany, IN.* Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Four Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine.*Dealing in a Narcotic Drug, (Two Counts).*Possession of a Narcotic Drug.*Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon.*Possession of a Controlled Substance.*Dealing in Marijuana.*Possession of Marijuana.*Maintaining a Common Nuisance.*Possession of Paraphernalia. Floyd County Jail
  19. Leslie E. Spaulding, 37, 113 Hickory Avenue, Salem, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine, (Two Counts).*Possession of Methamphetamine (Two Counts).Washington County Jail
  20. Anthony Spencer, 35, 3578 Laughton Court, North Vernon, IN.*Dealing in Methamphetamine.*Possession of Methamphetamine.*Habitual Felony Offender. Clark County Jail

 

 

Agencies Assisting-Prosecutors from all counties involved, Sheriff’s Departments from all counties involved and Agents from the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agency.

 

***Media Note*** A photo of all the arrested can be obtained by contacting the county jail where they were incarcerated. A photo is attached of some of the Methamphetamine that was seized today.

 
County Fair Board releases list of upcoming events at fairgrounds PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 13:41

 

 

A busy late summer/early autumn is being planned by directors of the Scott County Fair Association.

Directors met on Tuesday night, August 8, to hear how the 2017 Scott County Fair fared and what’s on the schedule next.

The fair’s preliminary report given to board members indicated a little money was made. John McNeely, current board president, said cancelation of the tractor pull and poor grandstand attendance on a couple of nights factored into the narrow profit margin. Not all of the expected bills resulting from the fair have arrived yet, either, McNeely related.

A more thorough report is expected to be presented at the annual meeting of the Fair Association. A meal will be served at 6 p.m. for all association members on Tuesday, September 12. Any person who is a member of the Fair Association can vote for 2018 officers that evening. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m.

All meetings are open to the public and held in the former Saddle Club building at the fairgrounds, which is accessible from Fairgrounds Road.

Getting back to what’s ahead in coming months at the fairgrounds, an auction of estate items is planned for Saturday, August 26.

On September 9 and 10, an American Quarter Horse Association show will be held. The fairgrounds’ show arena, indoor arena, horse barn and the Saddle Club building will be in use.

On Saturday, September 16, a consignment auction is scheduled. Items will include farm machinery and equipment.

There may be a tractor pull that night at the grandstand, but plans were not complete at the August 8 meeting.

October 28 is going to be a busy time. Scottsburg FFA members will host a livestock show that day. The evening will be devoted to a Halloween demolition derby sponsored by the fair association at the grandstand.

Next year, members of the Midwest Triumph Motorcycle Club are planning to be at the fairgrounds June 7-10.

At the top of the board’s “to do” list in the coming months is construction of the new restrooms on the south side of the fairgrounds. Renovation of the booth spaces under the grandstand and work on the old Merchants’ Building are also planned.

“We got a lot done this year, but we’ve got more to do,” said McNeely. “We’ll just have to keep working at it.”

 
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