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09/09/2019

Making Scott County Safer One Arrest at a Time

Scott County Sheriff’s Office

News Release

Sheriff Jerry Goodin

111 South First Street

Scottsburg, Indiana 47170                                                          September 9, 2019

 

Making Scott County Safer One Arrest at a Time

On September 6, 2019, Deputies Kenton Makowsky and James Shelton responded to a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with an Alberto Acuna, age 38, of Austin. Acuna was at a female subject’s residence. Further investigation showed, Acuna was the respondent in an active No Contact Order. Acuna was arrested for INVASION OF PRIVACY and transported to the Scott County Jail.

 

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On September 7, 2019, Deputy John Hartman initiated a traffic stop in Austin, Indiana. Deputy Hartman made contact with driver, Berry Wicker, age 40, Lexington, who presented an Indiana ID card and stated he did not have a driver’s license. Additionally, Wicker could not produce a valid registration for the vehicle either. Wicker admitted to having drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. A search of Wicker’s vehicle, with the assistance of Deputy Darin Marshall, produced paraphernalia and a white crystal like substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine. Wicker was arrested for POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA, and MAINTAINING A COMMON NUISANCE. He transported to the Scott County Jail.

 

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On September 8, 2019, Deputy Kenton Makowsky initiated a traffic stop on Marshfield Road and made contact with Jeremy McIntosh, age 41, of New Albany. Further investigation showed that McIntosh had an active warrant out of Scott County. Additionally, he had drug paraphernalia on his person. McIntosh was arrested for POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH OR SALVIA, and an ACTIVE WARRANT. McIntosh was transported to the Scott County Jail.

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On September 8, 2019, Deputy John Hartman as well as detectives with the Scott County Sheriff’s Office responded to a welfare check to a residence in Blocher, Indiana. Deputy Hartman conducted a traffic stop near the residence and made contact with Nathan Cole, age 41, of Lexington. Cole admitted to having marijuana in his vehicle and he consented to a search of his vehicle. Detectives applied for a search warrant for Cole’s residence, which was granted. Cole was arrested and charged with POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH OR SALVIA, POSSESSION SCHEDULE I, II, III, OR IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE,

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POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION OR USE OF LEGEND DRUG, UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF SYRINGE, MAINTAINING A COMMON NUISANCE, and POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE. Cole was transported to the Scott County Jail.

 

 

On September 8, 2019, Deputy Johnney Coomer received information that Michael Doyle, age 32, of Lexington, was in the Scott County area near Pine Street, driving a silver Chevrolet pickup truck. Doyle had active warrant(s) out of Clark County and United States Marshals were attempting to locate him. Deputy Coomer located the pickup truck matching the description and initiated a traffic stop. Deputy Coomer approached the vehicle and observed a male subject, identified as Michael Doyle exit the driver side of the vehicle. Doyle was in a crouched position and reaching into the tire well of the vehicle. Deputy Coomer was able to take Doyle into custody. Further investigation revealed a firearm located in the tire well of the vehicle where Doyle was reaching. Doyle was arrested for TWO ACTIVE WARRANTS, POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN WITHOUT A LICENSE, and UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY SERIOUS FELON. Doyle was transported to the Scott County Jail.

 

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Contact Sheriff Jerry Goodin at Scott County Sheriff’s Office (812)752-8400

 

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