Floyd County Man with Emergency Lights and Police Scanner Taken to Jail PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Monday, 04 December 2017 11:14

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On December 2, 2017, at approximately 2:34 PM, while traveling on I-265 westbound, Trooper Paul Bailey observed a disabled mini-van on I-265 eastbound partially in the fast lane near the 3.5 Mile Marker in Floyd County.  Positioned directly behind the van was a plain white Ford Crown Victoria with flashing red and white emergency lights on the rear of the vehicle, and flashing white and amber emergency lights on the front.  The white Ford Crown Victoria was completely stationary in the fast lane of Interstate #265 causing a traffic problem.

Trooper Bailey made contact with the driver of the Ford Crown Victoria, John William-Michael Ulmer, 23 years old, from Georgetown-Greenville Road in Greenville. During the contact and subsequent investigation Trooper Bailey discovered an alleged police radio in Ulmer’s vehicle. John William-Michael Ulmer was taken into custody and transported to the Floyd County Jail where he is awaiting his first court appearance.

He was charged with: Illegal Possession of Police Radio, Class B Misdemeanor; Unlawful Display of Emergency Lights, Class C Misdemeanor; Reckless Driving-Blocking Flow of Traffic, Class C Misdemeanor and Light Restriction Violation, Infraction.

Media Note-A Photo of the vehicle he was driving is attached to this news release. A photo of John William-Michael Ulmer can be obtained by contacting the Floyd County Jail.

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Former Washington County standouts play one another in college PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Saturday, 02 December 2017 17:30
Two former Washington County girls’ basketball standouts squared off in a college basketball game today (Saturday) in Indianapolis.

Former EHS standout Taylor Drury played 37 minutes and scored 10 points on a 5 for 10 shooting day for UIndy.

Former Salem star Alex Davidson had nine points in 31 minutes. She had two rebounds and six assists in USI’s 73-66 win over UIndy.
The two will play again Jan. 11 in Evansville.

 
Rockin’ Rickys making a difference PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 09:58

A cold Thanksgiving morning didn’t keep the crowd of more than 150 people from taking part in the 12th annual Rockin’ Rickys Walk/Run.

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Arrest warrant leads to search warrant with drugs and weapons seized PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 09:58

Last week in Washington County, troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg went to 1114 Springhouse Lane near Salem to attempt to locate Crystal Bryant, 31, from the same address.

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Christmas Crafts programs at the library PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 09:56

Children and their parents are welcome to join the Sellersburg, Borden and Henryville Libraries in celebrating the holiday season by making some Christmas crafts together.

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