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October 21, 2020

October 21, 2020 October 21, 2020

From the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department

Arrests and Releases

Sept. 21 — Penny Brown, 47, North Vernon, warrant: driving while suspended, possession of paraphernalia

Sept. 22 — Matthew Rose, 18, Corydon, furloughed to halfway house

Sept. 22 — Robert Webb, 37, Leavenworth, warrant: failure to appear

Sept. 23 — Daniel Brown, 32, Boonville, warrant: failure to appear; released Sept. 24 on $5,000 (10% bond)

Sept. 24 — Roger Tanner, 20, Marengo, released, time served

Sept. 24 — Joshua Chanley, 31, Leavenworth, warrant: resisting law enforcement, possession of methamphetamine, reckless driving, possession of paraphernalia, pretrial supervision and GPS monitoring

Sept. 24 — Barry French, 61, English, released, time served

Sept. 25 — Jason Downy, 30, Eminence, Ky., housing for District 39

Sept. 25 — Garry Earl, 54, Hanover, housing for District 39

Sept. 25 — Jerry Woodson III, 36, North Vernon, housing for District 39

Sept. 25 — Seth Owen, 54, Hanover, housing for District 39

Sept. 25 — Damien Smith, 29, Madison, housing for District 39

Sept. 27 — Josey Shelton, 22, English, disorderly conduct

Sept. 28 — Jackie Lowe, 54, Depauw, housing for District 26

Sept. 29 — Dylan Beckman, 28, Tell City, warrant: probation violation (criminal mischief)

Sept. 30 — Jason Cook, 40, Madison, housing for District 39

Sept. 30 — Corey Copeland, 34, Hanover, housing for District 39

Sept. 30 — David Davis, Lexington, Ky., housing for District 39

Sept. 30 — Christian Horton, 25, Madison, housing for District 39

From the Crawford Circuit Court

Judgments

July 23 — Valerie Smelser, 48, Milltown, maintaining a common nuisance, Level 6 felony, 142-day sentence, credit for 142 days, 912 days of probation (including 180 days of day reporting), $486 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $100 administrative and $30 per month, must complete Alcohol and Drug Offender Program

Sept. 29 — Coy E. Jones, 60, Marengo, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to 0.15 or more, Class A misdemeanor, 365-day sentence, 20 days executed, 345 days suspended to probation, credit for four days, shall serve eight days on intermittent weekend basis, may only drive to and from place of employment for 180 days, $586 in fines, fees and costs plus $1 per day Hoosier Hills PACT day reporting fee and probation fees of $50 administrative and $20 per month, must complete Alcohol and Drug Offender Program, must be evaluated by LifeSpring Health Systems and comply with recommendations

From the Crawford County Clerk

Dissolutions of marriage

Sept. 1 — Rebecca Gleitz vs. Justin Hammond

Sept. 30 — Whitney Nichole Tucker vs. Daniel Ray Tucker

Sept. 30 — Amanda McCreery vs. Matthew Short

Sept. 30 — James S. Martin vs. Deirdre R. Martin

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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