VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Thursday, April 17, 2014

TIME: 7:16 PM

OFFICER: Pt Halter & Capt Hagen

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Recovered Stolen Vehicle

ARRESTED: James P. Drummond 32YO, Lawrenceville, IL

CHARGE: Possession of Stolen Vehicle – D Felony

On Thursday, April 17, 2014 at about 7:16 PM , James P. Drummond was found in the possession of a stolen vehicle, a 1991 Ford F-150 blue colored pickup belonging to James & Deborah Wente. The vehicle identification number was confirmed and the vehicle was returned to the owner, as James Drummond was arrested for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. James Drummond was transported to the Knox County Jail and lodged.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: 04/15/14

TIME: 9:20 PM

OFFICER: Officer J. Gewirtzman; Officer B. Hammond

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Loud Music; Alcohol Offense

DETAILS: Officer of the Vincennes Police Department responded to a complaint of loud music at 110 Daleview Apartment 39. During the investigation Officers observed alcoholic beverages in plain view. Katie West, Vincennes, was cited for possession of alcohol by a minor.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: 04/15/14

TIME: 6:12 pm

OFFICER: Sgt. N. Williams; Officer Halter

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Citizen Dispute

DETAILS: At approximately 6:12 pm Officers of the Vincennes Police Department were dispatched to 1716 Wabash Ave. by Knox County Central Dispatch in reference to an ongoing citizens dispute. While in route to that address Officers were advised that yelling could be heard in the background. Officers arrived at the residence and observed a subject identified as Aaron Howard, Vincennes, exiting the residence. Mr. Howard was verbally abusive and disorderly with Officers and was placed in restraints after being ordered to calm himself. Mr. Howard then resisted arrest while Officers were placing him in restraints. Mr. Howard was transported to the KnoxCountyLawEnforcementCenter where he was booked in on disorderly conduct and resisting law enforcement.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: 04/15/14

TIME: 04:40am

OFFICER: O’Brien

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted subject

ARRESTED: Isaac D Fletcher age 28 From Vincennes

DETAILS: Mr. Fletcher was stopped on a traffic violation at 15 ½ and Hart Street. Mr. Fletcher was found to have a warrant out of Knox Co for Possession of a controlled substance. He was placed under arrest for the Warrant and had an aditional two charges of Possession of a schedule III and Possession of a Controlled substance a schedule II. He was transported to the Knox Co jail and booked in on the above charges.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: 04/14/14

TIME: 11:00pm

OFFICER: O’Brien

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted subject

ARRESTED: Brandon M Parish age 27 from Vincennes

DETAILS: Mr. Parish was located at Men’s work release and was placed under arrest for the Knox Co warrant for Dealing in Meth. He was transported to the Knox CO jail and booked in for the Warrant.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Sunday, April 13, 2014

TIME: 4:57 PM

OFFICER: Ptl H.Hensley / Ptl C.Martin / Ptl B.Kern / Capt Hagen

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Trespassing vacant property

ARRESTED: Sharon “Sherry” Watts 56YO Vincennes, Indiana

CHARGE: Disorderly Conduct

On Sunday, April 13, 2014 at about 4:57 PM officers were dispatched to the 200 block of S. 6th to a complaint of a person in a vacant house.

Officer made contact with Sherry Watts, whom was not suppose to be in the vacant house, as the former tenants had been evicted. Sherry Watts was advised to leave the house, as Sherry Watts was leaving the vacant residence she started cursing & yelling at officers and she was warned to too quit yelling or be arrested for disorderly conduct.

Sherry Watts continued to yell and she was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and taken to Knox County Jail and lodged.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Saturday, April 12, 2014

TIME: 3:50 PM

OFFICERS: Ptl H.Hensley / Ptl B.Kern / Capt Hagen

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Battery

ARRESTED: Talayzia A. Davis 18YO Evansville, Indiana

CHARGE: Battery resulting in Bodily Injury

On Saturday, 04-12-14 at about 3:50 PM Officers responded to the Walgreens parking lot in reference to a victim being hit in the face by Talayia Davis. Officers arrived and conducted and initial investigation.

The victim had a contusion under her left eye which was consistent with the information give by the victim/complainant of being hit by Talayzia.

Talayzia Davis was identified as the person that hit the victim.

Talayzia Davis was arrested for Battery and transported to the Knox County Jail and lodge on the charge of Battery.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Saturday, April 12, 2014

TIME: 1:54 PM

OFFICER: Ptl C.Martin / Ptl Waggoner / Ptl H.Hensley

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Shoplifter

ARRESTED: Shaquita A. Parm 19YO New Albany, Indiana

CHARGE: Theft – D Felony

On Saturday, April 12, 2014 at about 1:54 PM officers were dispatched to Wal-Mart at 650 Kimmell Road in ref to a shoplifter. Officers arrived on the scene and made contact with loss prevention employee.

Further investigation by officers confirmed that Shaquita Parm attempted to take merchandise from Wal-Mart without paying for the merchandise. Shaquita Parm was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Knox County Jail and lodged.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Friday, April 11, 2014

TIME: 3:14 PM

OFFICER: Ptl H.Hensley & Ptl C.Martin

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

ARRESTED: Brittany M. Ridge 25YO Vincennes, Indiana

CHARGE: Warrant – Probation Violation Possession of Meth

On Friday, 04-11-14 at about 3:14 PM Officers responded to Knox County Probation Dept. in ref to a wanted person. Officers arrived and made contact with BrittanyMarieRidge. An active warrant was confirmed from Knox County Circuit Court and BrittanyRidge was taken into custody and transported to Knox County Jail and lodged.

VPD PRESS RELEASE v.3.doc

VINCENNES POLICE DEPARTMENT

CHIEF DUSTIN LUKING

PRESS RELEASE

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

DATE: Friday, April 11. 2014

TIME: 3:15 PM

OFFICER: Ptl D.Halter & Capt Hagen

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Shoplifter

ARRESTED: Carlynn D. Leonard 19YO East Chicago, IN

CHARGE: (1) Theft – D Felony

ARRESTED: Anastasia J. Robertson 20YO Indianapolis, IN

CHARGE: (1) Theft – D Felony

(2) Minor Possession of Alcoholic Beverage

(3) Possession of Marijuana

(4) Reckless Possession of Paraphernalia

On Friday, April 11, 2014 at about 3:15 PM officers dispatched to Wal-Mart at 650 Kimmell Road in Vincennes in ref to two persons being detained for Shoplifting.

Officers arrived on the scene and made contact with loss prevention employee. Further investigation was that Anastasia Robertson & Carlynn Leonard attempted to take merchandise from Wal-Mart without paying for the property. Anastasia Robertson had in her possession an alcoholic beverage, Marijuana, and paraphernalia. Additional charges were added to Anastasia Robertson. Both were taken into custody and transported to the Knox County Jail and lodged.

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