Fight over Alleged Theft Lands Two in Jail after Car Chase, Crash and Drugs Located PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Monday, 11 December 2017 09:59

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On December 8, 2017 at approximately 11:09 am, Clark County 911 Dispatch received numerous calls about two vehicles traveling over 100 miles per hour on Interstate 65 approaching the Nine Mile Marker. The callers stated it appeared that one vehicle was chasing the other vehicle. At Exit Nine, (Sellersburg), one of the vehicles, a 2013 Chrysler attempted to exit and crashed. The driver, identified as Billy Dale Huttsell, was ejected from the car and sustained serious injuries.  While rendering aid one of the troopers on the scene asked Billy Dale Huttsell what happened. Billy Dale Huttsell told officer’s someone rammed his car. Billy Dale Huttsell was transported to the University of Louisville Hospital with life threatening injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt.

Several witnesses gave information on the other vehicle that was involved, a greyish colored Ford Crown Victoria. Later in the evening, troopers located the Crown Victoria involved in the crash in Scottsburg, IN. Troopers made a traffic stop on the vehicle and James Paul White was driving. James Paul White stated he had a confrontation with Billy Dale Huttsell in the parking lot at the Kohl’s department store in New Albany, IN. The argument was over an alleged theft. He stated Billy Dale Huttsell left the Kohl’s Store and he followed him eventually resulting in Billy Dale Huttsell crashing. Billy Dale Huttsell was taken into custody by troopers.

While troopers were interacting with Billy Dale Huttsell at the crash scene and James Paul White when they located him after the crash, both subjects were in possession of illegal substances.

ARRESTED:

Billy Dale Huttsell, 24, from Jordan Drive in Marysville, IN.

CHARGES:

Criminal Recklessness with a Motor Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Possession of Methamphetamine and Prior Active Warrant out of Clark County.

Billy Dale Huttsell is being held by Louisville Metro Corrections awaiting extradition to Indiana.

ARRESTED:

James Paul White, 32, from Lovers Lane in Scottsburg, IN.

Charges:

Clark County:  Escape, Criminal Recklessness with a Motor Vehicle Causing Bodily Injury and Reckless Driving.

Scott County: Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia.

James Paul White was incarcerated at the Clark County Jail.

This investigation is continuing.

Media Note-A photo of Billy Dale Huttsell can be obtained by contacting Louisville Metro Corrections. A photo of James Paul White can be obtained by contacting the Clark County Jail.

 

 

 
Trial dates assigned to Indianapolis men accused of attack PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 00:00

Two Indianapolis men were transported in mid-November by authorities to Scott County to attend initial hearings on criminal charges filed against them this past October.

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Cash thefts at Scottsburg store attributed to employee PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 00:00

The arrest of an Austin area resident now charged with Level 6 felony theft was made Monday, November 27, by Scottsburg police. Cassandra M. Coulter, 28, Jack Morgan Road, was released on a $1,500 cash bond on Wednesday, November 29, one day before she was scheduled to attend an initial hearing in Scott Circuit Court.

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Heroin hidden under driver’s seat lands couple in jail for possession PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 06 December 2017 00:00

A couple driving through Scottsburg were arrested on Tuesday, November 21, by Scottsburg police after the man was recognized as being wanted on an arrest warrant.

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November 25 is date for Scottsburg Courtyard Christmas and lighted parade PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:43

 

 

Excitement is building for those who love to celebrate Christmas right after Thanksgiving by attending or participating in the annual lighted parade and Courtyard Christmas in downtown Scottsburg.

Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus are coming to Scottsburg on that Saturday as honored guests in the city’s lighted parade, and everyone, young and old, has a special invitation to come downtown to see them.

The annual celebration offers all families a chance to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Santa in the decorated Santa's Castle on the northeast side of the Courthouse right after the parade concludes.

Parade entries will line up in the parking lot behind Scottsburg Elementary School starting at 5 p.m. on November 25. The parade will begin at 6 p.m. and wind around the downtown square from McClain Avenue (State Road 56). Mayor Bill Graham will be featured in the parade, and he’ll step out of his float to help with the annual lighting ceremony at the gazebo on the courthouse lawn.

Awards will be presented for the best entries from fire departments, businesses, church/civic groups and cars. An award for the entry selected Best Overall will also be presented.

Several downtown businesses are planning evening hours that Saturday, inviting visitors in for Christmas treats, too. Christmas music will be offered, lots of holiday lights can be admired, and free horse-and-carriage rides are scheduled. Line up on the sidewalk on the southeast side of the Courthouse for the rides.

More information on the parade and Courtyard Christmas and how to participate may be obtained by calling the Mayor's Office at 812-752-3169.

Call that number as well to contribute money toward Courtyard Christmas efforts. Volunteers are always needed, too.

 

 
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