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: 10/31/2014

TIME: 6:45pm

OFFICER: Detective Sgt. J Hillenbrand

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Warrant Arrest

DETAILS: Arrested: Derrick Earl “Duke” Hampsch Charge: Warrant through Madison County Indiana for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor (B-Felony) Bond: $40,000 cash only

On the above date and time, Vincennes Officers learned of the above felony warrant being issued in Madison County Indiana. Officers responded to 1306 Old Wheatland Rd. where they located Mr. Hampsch and took him into custody without incident.

Madison County’s charge was the result of the investigation that began in Vincennes which also lead to the arrest of Mr. Hampsch for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor in KnoxCounty. Those crimes which were to have occurred in Anderson were forwarded to the Anderson Police Dept. for further investigation which resulted in the above 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: 10-31-14

TIME: 08:54am

OFFICER: K. Waggoner, S. Selby

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, a Vincennes Police Officer received information that wanted person Jared D. Deckard, 22, of Bridgeport, IL was hiding at an apartment in the 800 block of Upper 11th St.Vincennes, IN. The Officer was able to locate Deckard and took him into custody for an outstanding Lawrence County, IL Warrant for Aggravated Fleeing and Attempting to Elude an Officer. Deckard is being held in the Knox County Jail on $30,000 bond after extradition to Lawrence County, IL.

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: 10-30-14

TIME: 01:12pm

OFFICER: K. Waggoner, M. Hensley, J. Boger

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Drugs

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, a Vincennes Police Officer was investigating a juvenile runaway call at a residence in the 200 Block of S. 8th St.Vincennes, IN. The juvenile was supposed to be hiding at the location in the company of 19 year old Jarrin M. Goodwin. Goodwin was located inside and he was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Goodwin was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, and is being held in the Knox County Jail on $4000 bond. The juvenile runaway still remains at large.

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: 10-29-14

TIME: 09:09am

OFFICER: K. Waggoner

NATURE OF INCIDENT: False Report

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, 53 year old Monica Rose Minderman of Vincennes, IN came to the Vincennes Police Department to make a stolen report on a laptop and breathing machine. Minderman named her daughter and son-in-law as suspects in the theft. After investigating the matter, the Officer discovered that Minderman had falsely made the report. The Officer arrested Minderman at her residence in the 1200 Block of N. 14thSt. for False Informing, a class A misdemeanor. Minderman is being held in the Knox County Jail on $4000 bond.

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: 10/25/2014

TIME: 5:30 pm

OFFICER: Sgt. N. Williams

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

DETAILS: Officers of the Vincennes Police Department apprehended Marlin J. Lewis, 45, Vincennes on an outstanding LawrenceCountyIL warrant. The warrant was for failure to appear on an original charge of aggravated battery. Mr. Lewis was transported to the KnoxCountyLawEnforcementCenter where he was booked in.

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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: 10-25-14

TIME: 08:30am

OFFICER: K. Waggoner

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, a Vincennes Police Officer located wanted person Heather Lynn McCrary, 23, of Vincennes, IN at an apartment in Building 11 of the Maple Park Apartments Vincennes, IN. McCrary was arrested for an outstanding Knox County Superior II Court Warrant for Failure to Appear on a misdemeanor Conversion charge. McCrary is being held without bond in the Knox County Jail pending court appearance.

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: 10/24/2014

TIME: 5:15 pm

OFFICER: Ptl. B. Kern

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Conversion

DETAILS: Officers with the Vincennes Police Department responded to Kohls’ in reference to a shoplifting complaint. Officers identified Davohn J. Byrd, 18, South BendIN. Mr. Byrd was arrested for conversion.

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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: 10/24/2014

TIME: 9:15 pm

OFFICER: Ptl. H. Hensley; Ptl Gewirtzman; Sgt. Williams

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

DETAILS: Officers with the Vincennes Police Department were given information that Cherie T. Warnick, 28, Vincennes, was wanted through KnoxCounty. Officers traveled to 221 N 3rd Apt. 1 where Ms. Warnick was located. Ms. Warnick was taken into custody on warrants for Battery and Operating While Intoxicated. Ms. Warnick was transported to the KnoxCountyLawEnforcementCenter where she was lodged on the warrants.

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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: 10-23-14

TIME: 01:17pm

OFFICER: K. Waggoner

NATURE OF INCIDENT: Wanted Person

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, a Vincennes Police Officer recognized 43 year old Jamie Jo Shoulders of Lawrenceville, IL in the area of 15th St. and Willow St.Vincennes, IN. The Officer made contact with Shoulders and arrested her for an outstanding Knox County Superior I Court Warrant for Dealing in Methamphetamine, a class B felony. Shoulders is being held in the Knox County Jail on a $25,000 cash only bond.

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: 10-23-14

TIME: 08:03am

OFFICER: K. Waggoner, S. Reese, B. Bible

NATURE OF INCIDENT: DUI/PD Accident

DETAILS:

On the above date and time, a Vincennes Police Officer was called to investigate a property damage accident at Willow St. and US 41 North Vincennes, IN, in which a vehicle had slid off the roadway into a ditch. The Officer arrived on scene, conducted an investigation, and found the driver of the vehicle, Grant Austin Kepner, 20, of Vincennes, IN to be intoxicated. The Officer arrested Kepner for Operating While Intoxicated Endangering a Person, a class A misdemeanor. During this time, Kepner began actively resisting Officers and was also charged with Resisting Law Enforcement, a class A misdemeanor. Kepner is being held in the Knox County Jail on $5000 bond.

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