Warrant, Theft, and Drug Arrest Made by Scott Co.

Friday, February 14th, 2020 2:16pm

By Scott County Sheriff's Office

All arrests are on different charges.

File Photo

(Scottsburg, Ind.) - On February 11, 2020, Deputies Chris Bowling and Keith Hartman went to North Street in Austin in an attempt to serve an outstanding warrant.  Upon arrival Donald Bowling, 55, of Austin was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear. 

donald bowling.jpg

 

On February 12, 2020, Captain Joe Guarneri served an outstanding arrest warrant at the Scott County Jail.  Jason Elliott, 44, of Ramsey, In. was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Robbery Armed with a Deadly Weapon, Intimidation and Theft Greater Than $750 but Less Than $50,000. 

jason elliott.jpg

 

On February 12, 2020, Captain Joe Guarneri served an outstanding arrest warrant at the Scott County Jail.  Gabrielle Little, 29, of Scottsburg was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Dealing in Methamphetamine At Least 1 Gram but Less than 5 Grams, Dealing in Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug and Failure to Appear if Charge was a Felony. 

gabrielle little.jpg

 

On February 13, 2020, Deputy Skylar Thompson conducted a traffic stop in Austin.  An investigation led to the arrest of three people on drug-related charges.  Kristin Cahal, 20, of Scottsburg, was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine At Least 5 Grams but Less Than 10 Grams, Unlawful Possession of a Syringe, Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Possession of Paraphernalia.  Anna Smith, 23, of Austin was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Visiting a Common Nuisance.  Johnnie Cooley, 18, of Scottsburg was arrested for Visiting a Common Nuisance. 

kristin cahal.jpg       anna smith.jpg      johnnie cooley.jpg

 

On February 13, 2020, Deputy John Hartman conducted a traffic stop in Scottsburg.  An investigation led to the arrest of Nicholas Henry, 41, of Deputy, IN. for an out of county warrant, Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia. 

nicholas henry.jpg

 

On February 14, 2020, Detective Paul Clute assisted the Indiana State Police and Scott County Probation on a home visit on Clay Street in Austin.  Melissa Sword, 34, of Paris Crossing, IN. was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of a Schedule I, II, III or IV Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and Unlawful Possession of a Syringe. 

melissa sword.jpg

More from Local News

Events

  • Carroll County Career Services

    Job Seeker Services- Focus Career Job Search Portal, Interview Assistance, Job Fairs and Hiring Events, Youth and Young Adult Career Options Employer Services- Direct Access to Local Job Seekers for Employers, Talent Recruitment Assistance, Pre-screening, Assessment and Hiring Support, Job Posting on FOCUS Talent Job Search Portal Education and Training- Soft Skills Workshops, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Grant Funding, Career Training and Exploration Career Readiness- Resume and Cover Letter Services, Letter of Disclosure, Federal Bonding Walk in Hours: Wednesday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, and Friday by appointment Visit www.nkcareercenter.org for more information

    at Kentucky Career Center
  • Madison Parks & Recreation Department 2020 Baseball/Softball Registration

    Rookie/Minor/Major Deadline March 27th Upper League Deadline May 8th All applications received by the deadline are guaranteed a roster spot. Those that sign up after the deadline may be placed on a waiting list and are subject to a 20$ late fee. Roster limits are 12 people per team. Return the application form to the Madison Parks Department located in the Brown Gym at 100 South Broadway street. Mailing address 101 W. Main St., Madison, IN 47250, or you can put it in the drop box at the Brown Gym. If you are interested in being a coach or assistant coach, you are required to have a background check on file with the Parks Department. These must be renewed every year.

    at Brown Gym on Broadway
  • What You Need To Know About Vaping

    Parents and concerned adults are invited to attend this informative session Tuesday February 25th 5:30-6:30pm Ivy Tech, Madison Campus Lecture Hall A panel of staff will discuss the health dangers of vaping, what parents should look for, trends in schools, and how to talk to your teens about this dangerous form of Tobacco. Q&A time will be included. No RSVP is required for this free session. Questions? Contact KDH Tobacco Coordinator @ 812-801-0598 / applegatek@kdhmadison.org or KDH Wellness @ 812-801-0175 / foyhkdhmadison.org This session is open to parents of all area school systems (adults only please)

    at Ivy Tech Community College

Local News

Lab Results from Vaping Device at MCHS Test Negative For Controlled Substances

Preliminary results from the Indiana State Police Toxicology Lab were negative.

Lab Results from Vaping Device at MCHS Test Negative For Controlled Substances

Preliminary results from the Indiana State Police Toxicology Lab were negative.

Jeffeson Co. Sheriff's Department Reminding Citizens to Drive Sober

Before you start the celebrations make sure you have a safe way home.   

Local Sports

Area Sports Results From Monday, February 24th

Tourney time in Kentucky, Hanover athletics in Florida

Local IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional Pairings

Tournament begins Tuesday, March 3rd

Area Sports Results From Saturday, February 22nd

Basketball, baseball, lacrosse, track & field, swimming