Warrant Services get More Criminals off Streets PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 November 2016 15:11

Clark and Scott Counties-Over the last couple of days, troopers and a detective from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg made arrests on outstanding arrest warrants. The first arrest came on Monday, when troopers and an Indiana State Police K-9, went to Mt. Zion Road in Henryville, to serve two Scott County Arrest Warrants on Michael A. Nasby, 32, from Henryville, IN. He was wanted for Possession of Methamphetamine, Felony and Possession of Marijuana, Misdemeanor. Living with Michael Nasby was Sally Stepp, also from Henryville.  Sally Stepp was wanted on an outstanding warrant from Scott County for being a Habitual Traffic Violator, Felony. When troopers arrived at the residence on Mt. Zion road, one of the troopers, trooper Matt Busick, saw and recognized Michael Nasby inside of the trailer.  When troopers requested him to come out of the trailer, Nasby stated he would not come out. Trooper Nathan Abbott, also on the scene, released his K-9, Teague through a window of the home. As Teague entered the residence, Michael Nasby fled out of the front door and was taken into custody. Sally Stepp initially refused to exit the trailer but, a few minutes later she allowed officers to take her into custody also.

Both, Nasby and Stepp were taken to the Clark County Jail and incarcerated with the additional charge of Resisting Law Enforcement, Misdemeanor.   

The next arrest came yesterday, when detective David Mitchell from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg, arrested Heathe L. Barnes, 23, from North Jeffrey Street in rural Scott County.  An arrest warrant was issued out of Scott County after an investigation by the Indiana State Police was completed. The warrant was for the charges of Child Molesting; three counts, all Felonies. Heathe L. Barnes had allegedly had inappropriate contact with a minor.   

Officers received information from a tip line that Heath Barnes was residing at a residence located on North Jeffrey Street in rural Scott County. Officers went to the residence and upon arrival; Heathe Barnes attempted to hide from them in the attic of the home. Officers were able to talk Heathe Barnes down from the attic and he was arrested and transported to the Scott County Jail.   

State Police Officers were assisted by the Clark County Sheriff's Department and the Scott County Sheriff's Department

 
Salem girls falter in their season debut on the road PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 November 2016 07:49

By Dennis Dunn

Special Correspondent

The Salem girls’ basketball team got their season underway on Saturday night, Nov. 5 at Seymour’s Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium, but it was the homesteading Owls who took them out of their game with a 66-38 win.

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FC arrest list through early Nov. 7 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 November 2016 07:47

The following is the arrest list for Floyd County through the early morning hours of Nov. 7.

The list is provided by the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department and those listed, in most cases, are facing charges and have not been convicted of any crime. They are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

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FC Tennis Coach Retirement Party Nov. 12 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 November 2016 07:47

After 43 years coaching at Floyd Central High School, Hall of Famer Coach Rick Miller retired after this fall’s boys’ tennis season. 

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Preserving the memory of Carr Township Elementary PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 November 2016 07:46

Though it has been over 40 years since Carr Township Elementary School at Bennettsville closed its doors, another chapter has been written in its long and storied history. Recently, well over 100 former students, ranging in age from the 50s to the 80s gathered at the Carr Township Community Building on Highway 111, which is actually remnants of the school that began on September 9, 1940, to celebrate the school and to restore and preserve its history. 

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