Fight over Alleged Theft Lands Two in Jail after Car Chase, Crash and Drugs Located PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Monday, 11 December 2017 09:59

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On December 8, 2017 at approximately 11:09 am, Clark County 911 Dispatch received numerous calls about two vehicles traveling over 100 miles per hour on Interstate 65 approaching the Nine Mile Marker. The callers stated it appeared that one vehicle was chasing the other vehicle. At Exit Nine, (Sellersburg), one of the vehicles, a 2013 Chrysler attempted to exit and crashed. The driver, identified as Billy Dale Huttsell, was ejected from the car and sustained serious injuries.  While rendering aid one of the troopers on the scene asked Billy Dale Huttsell what happened. Billy Dale Huttsell told officer’s someone rammed his car. Billy Dale Huttsell was transported to the University of Louisville Hospital with life threatening injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt.

Several witnesses gave information on the other vehicle that was involved, a greyish colored Ford Crown Victoria. Later in the evening, troopers located the Crown Victoria involved in the crash in Scottsburg, IN. Troopers made a traffic stop on the vehicle and James Paul White was driving. James Paul White stated he had a confrontation with Billy Dale Huttsell in the parking lot at the Kohl’s department store in New Albany, IN. The argument was over an alleged theft. He stated Billy Dale Huttsell left the Kohl’s Store and he followed him eventually resulting in Billy Dale Huttsell crashing. Billy Dale Huttsell was taken into custody by troopers.

While troopers were interacting with Billy Dale Huttsell at the crash scene and James Paul White when they located him after the crash, both subjects were in possession of illegal substances.

ARRESTED:

Billy Dale Huttsell, 24, from Jordan Drive in Marysville, IN.

CHARGES:

Criminal Recklessness with a Motor Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Possession of Methamphetamine and Prior Active Warrant out of Clark County.

Billy Dale Huttsell is being held by Louisville Metro Corrections awaiting extradition to Indiana.

ARRESTED:

James Paul White, 32, from Lovers Lane in Scottsburg, IN.

Charges:

Clark County:  Escape, Criminal Recklessness with a Motor Vehicle Causing Bodily Injury and Reckless Driving.

Scott County: Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia.

James Paul White was incarcerated at the Clark County Jail.

This investigation is continuing.

Media Note-A photo of Billy Dale Huttsell can be obtained by contacting Louisville Metro Corrections. A photo of James Paul White can be obtained by contacting the Clark County Jail.

 

 

 
Two Arrested For Burglary in Harrison County PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Monday, 11 December 2017 09:56

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Harrison County-On November 27th, troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg received a report of a Burglary from a new construction site located on Fairview Church Road in rural Harrison County. During the theft, new appliances and other construction materials were stolen totaling over $4,500.00. The victim stated he had a theft of propane tanks from the property a couple of weeks earlier but did not report it. He stated he did however hide a camera on the property in case anything else happened. He stated he had captured a vehicle and two individuals on the camera from this theft.

Troopers viewed the video and saw two people allegedly stealing the items the victim had reported. The vehicle they were in appeared to be a 1990’s Chevrolet Astro van. A search for the vehicle and suspects was immediately initiated.

A break in the case came yesterday when a Harrison County Deputy located the vehicle on State Road #337 in Corydon. The Harrison County Deputy immediately contacted troopers who then went to the residence. As troopers spoke to two individuals at the home they started noticing items that matched the description of the items taken from the home on Fairview Church Road.

After confirming stolen items troopers placed two individuals under arrest. All the stolen items from the Fairview Church Road theft were recovered.

ARRESTED:

  1. Jonathon L. Taylor, 35, from English, IN, was charged with Burglary and Theft.
  2. Buster L. Embry, 41, from Corydon, IN, was charged with Burglary and Theft.

Both subjects were incarcerated at the Harrison County Jail.

Media Note-Photos of the arrested are attached to this news release. Jonathon L. Taylor has a University of Louisville lanyard around his neck and Buster L. Embry has on the dark colored short sleeve shirt.

This investigation is continuing.

 
Auditions for The Bottle Tree with W.C.T. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 11:09

Washington County Theatre will hold open auditions for The Bottle Tree, a new play by Beth Kander.

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Still no Superintendent for NA-FC Schools PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 11:08

By Josh Suiter
Special Correspondent

Although the room was filled with community members and staff of the The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. anticipating the announcement of a new superintendent during the school board meeting on November 27, they didn’t get the answer they hoped.

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West Clark Superintendent stepping down PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 11:05

The West Clark Community Schools board of trustees voted unanimously to accept a voluntary personnel agreement with its superintendent, Chad Schenck on Wednesday, November 22.

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