The Eagles coming to KFC YUM! Center PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Monday, 14 August 2017 06:23

The Eagles – Don Henley, Joe Walsh & Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey – have set “An Evening with the Eagles” concerts this fall, kicking off October 17 in Greensboro, North Carolina at the Greensboro Coliseum and continuing October 20 in Atlanta, Georgia at Philips Arena; October 24 in Louisville, Kentucky at KFC Yum! Center; and October 27 in Detroit, Michigan at Little Caesars Arena. Tickets for the show in Louisville go on sale to the general public beginning Saturday, August 19 at 10 AM through, the KFC Yum! Center box office and charge-by-phone at 800-745-3000.

Crothersville area woman charged with dealing methamphetamine PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Friday, 11 August 2017 16:22



A resident of Seymour Road, Crothersville, is being held at the Scott County Security Center in Scottsburg on as charge of Level 4 felony dealing in methamphetamine (meth).

Ashley M. Santiago, 30, was arrested by an officer of the Sheriff’s Department on a warrant dated July 20.

In the probable cause affidavit, Scottsburg Patrolman Troy Ford related that Santiago supposedly sold an “eight ball” of meth weighing 3.9 grams on May 10 in a business parking lot on May 10. The woman also allegedly had baggies of heroin in her possession at the time of the incident.

During her initial court hearing, a jury trial date of October 16 was scheduled on the calendar.

Santiago’s bail was set at $60,000 by corporate surety bond or $6,000 cash.




Scottsburg woman arrested for having syringes, hidden heroin PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Friday, 11 August 2017 16:21



A Scottsburg woman was arrested by an Indiana State trooper on Tuesday, August 8, while driving in Scott County on Interstate 65.

Trooper Nathan Abbott stopped the blue van around 2:30 p.m. that Grut was driving northbound near the 29 mile marker because he said the driver had committed a traffic infraction.

Once he had stopped the van, Trp. Abbott deployed his K-9 partner Teague, which alerted that the vehicle could contain controlled substances.

As the van was searched, the officer said used syringes, plastic baggies and other drug-related paraphernalia came to light. Her actions caused the discovery of a quantity of heroin that the woman had apparently hidden in a body cavity. Grut was placed in custody and transported to the Scott County Security Center. The van was impounded.

The ISP news release stated that her charges could include Level 6 felonies of possession of a narcotic drug, maintaining

a common nuisance and unlawful possession of a syringe as well as a misdemeanor charge of possession of a paraphernalia.

Grut was expected to have her initial hearing in Scott Circuit Court and learn her charges on Thursday, August 10.




Scottsburg area resident saved from heroin overdose facing charges PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Friday, 11 August 2017 16:19



A man whose life was saved through administration of the antidote Narcan is facing a felony charge in Scott Circuit Court.

Detective Jeremy Arnold with the Sheriff’s Department answered a call for help on July 20. The caller told 9-1-1 dispatchers that a man had been found unresponsive in a car at Pioneer Village. Pioneer Village is a small convenience store at the corner of State Roads 203 and 256 east of Scottsburg.

The man in need of help was identified as Cody A. Deaton, 26, Scottsburg. Deaton was found by Det. Arnold lying on the ground beside a vehicle. Drugs and paraphernalia were seen in the car, including an uncapped loaded syringe, which field-tested positively as heroin.

Narcan was administered to Deaton, who survived.

He is now charged with possession of a narcotic drug, a Level 6 felony. He was ordered held for 15 days without bail. His bail after that period was set at $30,000 by corporate surety bond or $3,000 cash.

Deaton was provided with the services of a public defender. His trial date is scheduled October 16.




County coroner forced to make other arrangements for bodies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Friday, 11 August 2017 16:18



County Coroner Jerry Buchanan waited through nearly all of the meeting held by Scott County Commissioners on Wednesday morning, August 2, to present a most unique problem to those officials.

For years, Buchanan explained, if an autopsy was needed to find a cause of death, that procedure was done by the Medical Examiner’s Office in Louisville, Ky. Recently, however, Buchanan was informed that the county will have to make other arrangements to obtain autopsies.

“Louisville is experiencing a lot more deaths because of the opioid epidemic,” he explained. Consequently, the Medical Examiner can no longer perform autopsies on persons who have died outside of Jefferson County, Ky.

Buchanan said he’s been researching what would be needed to perform autopsies in the county. Certain equipment is required, and, of course, a room.

Commissioners Kelley Robbins, Bob Tobias and Mike Jones discussed the situation, speculating if room could be found at the old John Jones GM City building. It is rapidly being transformed into a new facility for the Scott County Health Department. An estimated $7,000 to $10,000 could be needed for equipment alone.

After debating the pros and cons of locating a small morgue there, Commissioners encouraged Buchanan to contact Scott Memorial Hospital. Perhaps an agreement could be reached so the facility could be located there, it was thought.

Buchanan said he’d talk with administrators at the local hospital and report back to Commissioners.



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