Solsberry man arrested, accused of violating a protective order, and throwing a door at deputy

Solsberry man arrested, accused of violating a protective order, and throwing a door at deputy

A man from the Solsberry area, who was first arrested and charged last August with intimidation for allegedly making threats against his own parents, is back in jail. He was in court earlier today, accused of violating a protective order by sending a text message to a parent telling her to “don’t ever call the police on me again … or I will take everything you’ve ever earned…”

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Suspect charged with stealing same vehicle twice

Suspect charged with stealing same vehicle twice

A Sullivan man has been charged with stealing the same vehicle twice. That’s because after he was arrested and the vehicle impounded, he bonded out and allegedly broke into the impound lot, took the vehicle and took off. He wound up behind bars in Georgia and was transferred back to Greene County this week.

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Jasonville man arrested for armed robbery

Jasonville man arrested for armed robbery

A Jasonville man, accused of taking a substantial amount of money from a parent and threatening to do harm to them with a razor knife, was first detained in Regional Hospital then arrested and booked in to the Greene County Jail last Saturday, March 9, on preliminary charges of armed robbery, theft, intimidation and resisting law enforcement.

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Snow was falling with below freezing temperature when man found lying behind a gas station dumpster

Snow was falling with below freezing temperature when man found lying behind a gas station dumpster

The temperature was 30 degrees and snow was starting to fall when a Greene County sheriff’s deputy made a decision to transport a man, allegedly intoxicated with a BAC of .367, to the hospital when the man said he wanted to be left to die. He had been found lying behind a dumpster at a gas station convenience store.

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Former cheerleading coach sentenced on two misdemeanor counts, felony child seduction counts dismissed

Former cheerleading coach sentenced on two misdemeanor counts, felony child seduction counts dismissed

A former cheerleading coach arrested last summer and charged with child seduction was in court last Friday to plead guilty and be sentenced on two misdemeanor counts. Under the terms of a negotiated plea agreement, two felony counts involving child seduction were dropped.   

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Two men accused of lying to a conservation officer

Two men accused of lying to a conservation officer

An Indiana Conservation Officer suspected a trespasser wasn’t giving him correct information, then the alleged trespasser’s friend showed up and told the same story. Now they have both been arrested, accused of false informing, and a few other things.

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