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Scott County Sheriff's Deputies Remain Vigilant


Scott County Sheriff's Deputies Remain Vigilant - More Arrest Made after Poor Choices by Offenders

Scott County-Arrests continue to be made by Scott County Sheriff's Deputies as the push continues in the quest to make Scott County the safest place to live in America.

On July 18th John Lizenby, 49 of Scottsburg, IN was arrested on Warrants for Escape - Fleeing from Lawful Detention and a Petition to Revoke (PTR) for Auto Theft.

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On July 19th, Gabriel Land, 44 of Austin, IN was arrested for Resisting Law Enforcement, Criminal Recklessness, Operating While Intoxicated, Public Intoxication, Operating While Intoxicated-Using Vehicle or Draws or Uses Deadly Weapon, Reckless Driving, Operating While Intoxicated-Endangering Another Person, Criminal Mischief and Failure to stop after a Property Damage Accident.

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The following arrests were made on July 22nd;

Dennis Stoner, 37 of Austin, IN was arrested on Warrants for Failure to Appear for Intimidation- where Defendant draws or uses a Deadly Weapon, Theft, Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Possession of Marijuana.

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Michael Swift, 20 of Scottsburg IN was arrested for Domestic Battery and Strangulation.

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Charles Kelley, 48 of Clarksville, IN was arrested on Warrants for Driving while Suspended Prior (3 counts), Operating while Intoxicated, Operating while Intoxicated-Endangering, and Operating while Intoxicated with BAC of .15 or more.

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The following arrests were made on July 23rd;

Russell Terry, 40 of Seymour, IN was arrested for Criminal Mischief- less than $750.00, Theft-Prior unrelated Conviction, Burglary, and Public Intoxication.

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James Hensley, 48 of Scottsburg, IN was arrested for Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Accident, Operating while Intoxicated, and Resisting Law Enforcement.

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NOTE:  Not only are Deputies arresting the offenders on the street, our Deputy Jailers are offering services and classes to our inmates.  These services and classes provide a path for our inmates to get clean while simultaneously receiving much-needed job skills training, their high school equivalency diploma, substance abuse treatment, spiritual involvement with numerous church groups, and association with peer support groups such as Thrive. We want to partner with all citizens of Scott County...if you have information to provide that would assist the Scott County Sheriff's Office in making our community safer, please call 812-752-5550.  You can remain anonymous...together, we are making a difference.




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

All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.