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A Cuban couple were arrested last week for using stolen credit cards to purchase and reload Walmart gift cards, stealing thousands of dollars over the past few months. A Walmart employee matched the fraudulent gift cards to video of the transactions and alerted the Salem Police Department on Jan. 25. Court records say they hit Walmarts up and down I-65 from Salem to Corydon, Seymour to Scottsburg, and the Bashford Manor store in Louisville. Comment?
Tuesday morning at approximately 10:30 a.m., trooper Matt Busick from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg was patrolling in rural Scott County when he saw a car pull into a residence on Lover's Lane near Lexington, IN, acting suspicious. As trooper Busick pulled into the same driveway to investigate further, one of the passengers of the vehicle was at the front door speaking to the home owner. Comment?
Sunday, around 6:30 p.m.,50-year-old Fred Moss from Louisville, KY, but a frequent visitor to the Scottsburg area, was walking east across U.S. 31 in Scottsburg at Cherry Street when he was struck by not one, but two trucks. As he was walking in the southbound lane, a 1999 maroon Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, driven by 23-year-old Lucas Petty, of Scottsburg, struck him in the roadway. Comment?
A 33-year-old man was arrested Friday after police say he stole checks from mailboxes in both Washington and Jackson County. Since the arrest of Robert Lee Hollin Jr., more residents have come forward reporting checks were stolen from their mailboxes. Comment?
At approximately 7 a.m. this morning, deputies from the Scott County Sheriff's Department responded to a serious crash on Jack Morgan Road approximately a half of a mile north of State Road 56 near Austin. When they approached the vehicle, they located two deceased males, the driver, 18-year-old Jacob Justice of Scottsburg, was thrown from the vehicle. Comment?
At approximately 2:05 a.m. Thursday morning, a 2004 Freightliner semi, pulling a Great Dane semi trailer loaded with microwave popcorn, was traveling south on Interstate 65 just south of Exit 29, when the driver allegedly fell asleep. According to an Indiana State Police report, the operator of the semi-tractor, 25-year-old Jarel D. Watson, from Portage, allegedly fell asleep and drove off the roadway into the median, causing the semi-tractor and trailer to flip on it's side, blocking both southbound lanes. Comment?
Back on June 3rd, officers from the Austin City Police Department and the Indiana State Police responded to a local business in Austin in reference to suspected meth being located on the ground inside the store. The manager of the store stated a customer brought a small plastic baggie to the checkout cash register and stated they had found it on the floor inside of the store. Comment?
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