?Local police investigating recent armed robberies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    Investigations of two recent robberies at Austin and Scottsburg businesses are still under way.
    D&M Grocery, a small neighborhood store located on Rural Street on Austin’s north side, was robbed on Tuesday, December 16.
    The initial investigation was started by Patrolman Shawn Hurt, who was dispatched to the grocery just before 9:30 p.m. that Tuesday. According to the store cashier, a white male came into the building and approached her at the counter. The woman told the officer that the man demanded money and pulled out a handgun. She handed over some money, and the man left.
    The suspect was wearing dark sunglasses as well as a black toboggan on his head and a black coat with a hood. He had dark jeans and dark shoes.
    A video of the suspect was taken by the store’s surveillance system.
    The armed robbery of the Family Dollar Store on West McClain Avenue in Scottsburg took place on Monday, December 22.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:49
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?Thirsty man now facing B felony for break-in and court order violation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    A man who allegedly broke into a woman’s Scottsburg home has been incarcerated in lieu of $75,000 cash bond after being charged in that break-in in Scott Circuit Court.
    On December 19, Thomas J. Snow, 29, Scottsburg, purportedly broke into the home of a woman who had a protective order issued against him through the local court system. He then apparently made himself at home, drinking a cold beer while supposedly waiting for the woman to return. When she did, she was told by a neighbor that he’d seen Snow in her back yard. The woman called Scottsburg police, and Patrolmen Travis Rutherford and Troy Ford were dispatched to the home.
    Officer Ford found where glass had been broken out of a back door to gain entry. A sack with five beers in it was found in the livingroom.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:51
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?Yes, police agree: Priscilla is an odd name for a man PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    A young man with red hair is being sought by the Scott County Sheriff’s Department as the main suspect in a forgery/receiving stolen property case after he allegedly cashed stolen checks at a Scottsburg gas station.
    In talking to the station clerk who had accepted the checks from the suspect, Reserve Deputy Sheriff Bobby Thompson said the clerk noted that the red-haired man offered two checks in the amount of $200 and $375. Both were drawn on another man’s bank account and were reportedly signed by that party. Both were made out to what appeared to be a woman with the first name of Priscilla.
    However, the young man cashing the checks offered identification listing him as Priscilla. The driver license the young man had, the clerk recalled, had the young man’s photo on it. The clerk remembered the incident because, as he told his customer,  “Priscilla was an unusual name for a male.”
    The investigation of the two checks occurred in September by the Sheriff’s Department and  revealed that a woman whose first name was Priscilla had had her purse stolen from her car around the end of August. The purse contained her driver license and credit cards.
    On November 13, a local bank called, reporting that a teller had been approached by a young man with red hair who wanted to cash a check from a couple’s account. Becoming suspicious, the teller called the woman listed on the check, and learned it was a stolen check. She returned to the young man and asked for identification. Instead, the young man fled the bank, leaving the check behind.
    A warrant for a suspect has been issued based on three counts of Class C forgery and three counts of Class D receiving stolen property, all filed in Scott Circuit Court on December 23.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:54
 
?Sheriff’s Department has new wall calendars PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    The public is welcome to visit the Scott County Sheriff’s Department throughout the week and pick up 2009 wall calendars and refrigerator magnets.
    Sheriff John Lizenby said the calendars and magnets are being distributed free of charge, thanks to the support of several businesses and individuals whose advertisements can be seen on the calendar.
    Refrigerator magnets list the main telephone numbers for the Scott County Security Center, which is operated by the Sheriff’s Department.
    It also lists the 24-hour Tip Line, 752-7898, which people may call and provide information confidentially about crimes, and the department’s toll-free line, 1-877-752-8400.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:55
 
?Moments Photography participates in National Model Search PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    Local photography studio, Moments Photography, is participating in the National Charity Model Search to select “America’s Cutest Kid” and to raise funds for charity.
    Participating photographers will submit portraits of local children, ages 18 months to 14 years, for online voting to determine the city finalist. The child voted city finalist may elect to serve as a model during the 2009 Sandy Puc Tots 2 Teens Seminar Tour at a city near their home.
    City finalists are determined by online votes. Anyone may vote. Each vote is $1, and all proceeds from each vote benefit Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (NILMDTS.org).
    Photography and modeling industry experts will determine the contest’s national winner. The national model winner receives many prizes, including a $5,000 US Savings Bond and a Canon PowerShot G10 digital camera.
    Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (NILMDTS), is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization committed to assisting parents and families going through the difficult time when they experience an early infant loss. NILMDTS connects families with photographers and provides them with a DVD and a reproducible CD of the images of their baby at no cost to the family.
    For further information on NILMDTS, visit their website at www.nowilaymedowntosleep.org.
    “It’s such a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness for NILMDTS,” says Lori Reeder, owner of Moments Photography,  “plus it will be lots of fun for the children who are entering the contest.”
    Sandy Puc, Model Search organizer, has long believed charitable work is the backbone of the community. She created this contest to highlight excellence in the portrait photography industry as well as raise funds for NILMDTS, and organization she co-founded in 2005.
    Parents who want to enter their children in the contest may do so by calling Moments Photography at 812-256-5614. Session fees are only $25 and special reprint pricing is available.
    Reeder has been a professional photographer practicing in the Kentuckiana area for over 10 years.  In addition to volunteering as a photographer for NILMDTS, Reeder works with many special needs children.
    For further information, visit www.sandypucmodels.com.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:58
 
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