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October 14, 2020

October 14, 2020 October 14, 2020

From the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department

Arrests and Releases

Sept. 8 — Scott Paul, 30, Madison, housing for District 39

Sept. 9 — Autumn Sturgeon, 39, Depauw, check deception; released Sept. 17 on own recognizance bond

Sept. 11 — Nick Crews, 35, Eckerty, furloughed to halfway house

Sept. 12 — Michael Moore, 44, Palmyra, possession of paraphernalia, hold for District 88; released Sept. 14 on own recognizance bond

Sept. 13 — Justin Thompson, 34, Marengo, possession of methamphetamine

Sept. 16 — Thomas Kenley, 41, Taswell, possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, hold for District 19

Sept. 16 — Ruby Parker, 30, Salem, warrant: theft; released Sept. 17

Sept. 16 — Timothy King, 41, Leopold, possession of paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine, hold for District 62; released Sept. 18 on own recognizance bond

Sept. 17 — Zachary Sturgeon, 29, Milltown, released on $7,500 (10%) cash bond

Sept. 17 — Jacob Eager, 21, Evansville, warrant: failure to appear; released Sept. 17 on $3,000 (10%) cash bond

Sept. 18 — Danny Campbell, 56, Birdseye, warrant: probation violation, pretrial supervision; released Sept. 18 on $5,000 full cash bond

From the Crawford Circuit Court

Judgments

Aug. 20 — Tikelan D. Kilburn, 37, English, battery against a public safety official, Level 6 felony, 912-day sentence, 224 days executed, 688 days suspended to probation, credit for 224 days, $286 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $100 administrative and $30 per month, must complete treatment/counseling through LifeSpring Health Systems

Aug. 21 — Adam M. LaHue, 37, Marengo, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to 0.15 or more, Class C misdemeanor, 60-day sentence, four days executed, 56 days suspended, credit for four days, 180 days supervised probation, $386 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $50 administrative and $20 per month, driver’s license suspended for 180 days, specialized driving privileges granted for 180 days (may drive only to and from work)

Aug. 27 — Mark Shake, 65, English, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, Class C misdemeanor, 60-day sentence, four days executed, 56 days suspended, credit for four days, six months non-reporting probation, must maintain Alcoholics Anonymous attendance, $436 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $50 administrative and $20 per month

Aug. 27 — Jessie Renee Karsner, 23, Marengo, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, Level 6 felony, 730-day sentence, 16 days executed, 714 days suspended to probation, credit for 16 days, $786 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $100 administrative and $30 per month, must complete Alcohol and Drug Offender Program, must comply with terms issued by Division of Child Services

Aug. 28 — Rebecca Lynn Wiseman, 46, English, possession of methamphetamine, Class A misdemeanor, 365-day sentence, eight days executed, 357 days suspended to probation, credit for eight days, $786 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $50 administrative and $20 per month, must complete Alcohol and Drug Offender Program

Sept. 1 — Erica Laws, 32, Hardinsburg, maintaining a common nuisance, Level 6 felony, dealing in marijuana, Class A misdemeanor, possession of marijuana, Class B misdemeanor, 910-day sentence, four days executed, 906 days suspended, credit for four days, 180 days of day reporting, high risk probation, $936 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $100 administrative and $30 per month, must complete Alcohol and Drug Offender Program and cognitive thinking classes

Sept. 4 — Jeremy Mercer, 39, Taswell, conspiracy to deal methamphetamine, Level 2 felony, 17-1/2-year sentence, 15 years executed (earliest release date is Feb. 22, 2031), 2-1/2 years suspended to probation, credit for 376 days, $186 in fines, fees and costs

Clarion News prints all judgments, dissolution of marriages and arrests and releases listed at the Crawford County Judicial Complex in English. There are no exceptions.

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