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Scott County Sheriff's Deputy "K-9 Lieutenant Zeus" makes Arrests of two (2) Criminals without having to Exit the Patrol Vehicle

Scott County-On 8-28-2022 at approximately 9:04pm, Scott County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to Horner Road in eastern Scott County in reference to a suspicious vehicle complaint. Deputy Joshua Juliot located the vehicle behind an abandoned residence, noting the rear door of the home was opened slightly. First Sergeant Charlie Morgan and K-9 Lieutenant Zeus arrived and after Juliot and Morgan searched the residence without locating anyone inside, deputies noticed footprints leading away from the residence into a nearby woods. Deputies gave several voice commands to exit the woods, without success. First Sergeant Morgan announced K-9 Zeus was in the area, followed by Zeus barking loudly from the patrol vehicle which immediately resulted in a female hurriedly exiting the woods toward the deputies. The female, later identified as Suzanne R. Meyers, 43 of Commiskey, Indiana admitted she and her friend, later apprehended once again by K-9 Zeus announcing his presence from the patrol vehicle, resulting in Moria M. Grigsby, 36 of Versailles, Indiana exiting the woods and surrendering to deputies. Once K-9 Lieutenant Zeus was satisfied the scene was safe, he took a nap while First Sergeant Morgan and Deputy Juliot transported both suspects to the Scott County Jail where they were incarcerated. Suzanne R. Meyers was arrested for Residential Entry, Possession of Marijuana, Criminal Trespass, Possession of Paraphernalia, and Driving while Suspended (Prior).  Moria M. Grigsby was arrested for Criminal Trespass and Residential Entry. The investigative report has been filed and referred to the Scott County Prosecutor's Office for review.

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                   Suzanne R. Meyers            Moria M. Grigsby                                                                       




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

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