Harrison County prosecutor cracking down on drugs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 13 December 2017 11:36

Harrison County Prosecutor recently announced on one of his social media pages that it was a “Bad morning for drug dealers in Harrison County!”

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Two Arrested For Burglary in Harrison County PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Monday, 11 December 2017 09:56

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Harrison County-On November 27th, troopers from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg received a report of a Burglary from a new construction site located on Fairview Church Road in rural Harrison County. During the theft, new appliances and other construction materials were stolen totaling over $4,500.00. The victim stated he had a theft of propane tanks from the property a couple of weeks earlier but did not report it. He stated he did however hide a camera on the property in case anything else happened. He stated he had captured a vehicle and two individuals on the camera from this theft.

Troopers viewed the video and saw two people allegedly stealing the items the victim had reported. The vehicle they were in appeared to be a 1990’s Chevrolet Astro van. A search for the vehicle and suspects was immediately initiated.

A break in the case came yesterday when a Harrison County Deputy located the vehicle on State Road #337 in Corydon. The Harrison County Deputy immediately contacted troopers who then went to the residence. As troopers spoke to two individuals at the home they started noticing items that matched the description of the items taken from the home on Fairview Church Road.

After confirming stolen items troopers placed two individuals under arrest. All the stolen items from the Fairview Church Road theft were recovered.

ARRESTED:

  1. Jonathon L. Taylor, 35, from English, IN, was charged with Burglary and Theft.
  2. Buster L. Embry, 41, from Corydon, IN, was charged with Burglary and Theft.

Both subjects were incarcerated at the Harrison County Jail.

Media Note-Photos of the arrested are attached to this news release. Jonathon L. Taylor has a University of Louisville lanyard around his neck and Buster L. Embry has on the dark colored short sleeve shirt.

This investigation is continuing.

 
Auditions for The Bottle Tree with W.C.T. PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 11:09

Washington County Theatre will hold open auditions for The Bottle Tree, a new play by Beth Kander.

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Still no Superintendent for NA-FC Schools PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 11:08

By Josh Suiter
Special Correspondent

Although the room was filled with community members and staff of the The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. anticipating the announcement of a new superintendent during the school board meeting on November 27, they didn’t get the answer they hoped.

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Floyd County Man with Emergency Lights and Police Scanner Taken to Jail PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Monday, 04 December 2017 11:14

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On December 2, 2017, at approximately 2:34 PM, while traveling on I-265 westbound, Trooper Paul Bailey observed a disabled mini-van on I-265 eastbound partially in the fast lane near the 3.5 Mile Marker in Floyd County.  Positioned directly behind the van was a plain white Ford Crown Victoria with flashing red and white emergency lights on the rear of the vehicle, and flashing white and amber emergency lights on the front.  The white Ford Crown Victoria was completely stationary in the fast lane of Interstate #265 causing a traffic problem.

Trooper Bailey made contact with the driver of the Ford Crown Victoria, John William-Michael Ulmer, 23 years old, from Georgetown-Greenville Road in Greenville. During the contact and subsequent investigation Trooper Bailey discovered an alleged police radio in Ulmer’s vehicle. John William-Michael Ulmer was taken into custody and transported to the Floyd County Jail where he is awaiting his first court appearance.

He was charged with: Illegal Possession of Police Radio, Class B Misdemeanor; Unlawful Display of Emergency Lights, Class C Misdemeanor; Reckless Driving-Blocking Flow of Traffic, Class C Misdemeanor and Light Restriction Violation, Infraction.

Media Note-A Photo of the vehicle he was driving is attached to this news release. A photo of John William-Michael Ulmer can be obtained by contacting the Floyd County Jail.

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