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Weekly Safety Report: Arrests and Holiday Scams Circulating Clark County, Indiana
This week in Clark County, Indiana, there were three notable incidents. First, an 18-year-old was arrested in connection to a shooting at the residence of Clarksville Police Chief Mark Palmer. Second, a New Albany man was arrested for intimidation after being stopped by Indiana State Police in Jeffersonville. Lastly, the Clarksville Police Department warned the public about holiday scams circulating in the area.
Suspect arrested after crash that killed 10-year-old indicted for murder, other charges
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Tymetrius Walter, the suspect who crashed a stolen car into a bystander’s vehicle, killing fifth-grader Jake Luxemburger, has been indicted for murder and other charges. The indictment was delivered by a grand jury on Nov. 17 and Walter was arraigned on Nov. 30. There are...
Man busted allegedly breaking into Clark County pharmacy as case is handed over to DEA
CLARK COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A man faces charges in Clark County after police said they busted him trying to steal from a pharmacy. Earlier in the week, on Tuesday morning, police checked out an alarm at the "Pharmacy Shop" in Martinsville. That's where they said they found Gage Evans.
Indiana State Police serve more warrants in criminal case against former Clark County Sheriff
Indiana State Police Chief Public Information Officer Ron Galaviz confirmed several additional warrants were served Wednesday in connection with the ongoing investigation of former Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel.
These jeffersonville, IN based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around jeffersonville..
Tennessee farmer stuck up to his neck in grain bin is rescued
A Henryville, Tennessee, farmer escaped an unscathed grain bin this week after first responders were able to get him free. The farmer had been stuck up to his neck before the rescue.
Oldham County High School teacher reassigned for 'unprofessional communication' with student
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — An Oldham County High School teacher was reassigned for alleged unprofessional communication with a student. Friday, a district spokesperson told WDRB News that David Buday will also be required to take additional safe schools training. The district said Buday's communication with a student was not...
Louisville couple charged after investigation into 'illegal dealership,' 75 fake temporary tags found
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville couple is facing charges after a weeks long investigation into forged Kentucky temporary car tags. According to Bancroft Police Chief David Mudd in eastern Jefferson County, he recently made several traffic stops in and around the area and discovered vehicles with fraudulent temporary tags.
Kentucky toddler now a Guinness World Record holder after becoming youngest Mensa member
A Kentucky toddler stunned the country in 2022 by becoming the youngest Mensa member in the United States, and now she's a Guinness World Record holder as a result. Isla McNabb, of Crestwood, became the youngest member of American Mensa, a society for those with high IQs, after testing in the 99th percentile for the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales at just two years old.
Savor the Flavor: Four Must-Visit Cafes in Madison
This article presents an exploration of four unique cafes in Madison. Have you had the chance to experience any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Support Scott County Families this Holiday: 'Shop with the Sheriff' Event Seeks Donations and Invites Locals to Fundraiser at Chicago City Pizza
The annual 'Shop with the Sheriff' event in Scott County is currently accepting donations. The event is scheduled for December 15th at the Mid-America Science Park in Scottsburg. It aims to support children and their families in the county who require assistance during the holiday season. The Sheriff's Office staff and Centra Credit Union have been purchasing gifts locally, which will be given to children at the event.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.05 and $3.07 in Henryville as of 2023-12-02. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.247, a week ago the price is $3.259 , according to AAA.
PHOTO STORY: Mill fire, one year later
One year later, no cause has been determined for the fire that consumed the Star of the West Mill in downtown Kent on Dec. 2, 2022. The fire and later explosion destroyed multiple buildings of the city’s historical landmark on 162 N. Water St. The extent of the damage resulted in the “Fire Marshal closing its investigation,” said Bridget Susel, community development director for the city of Kent, in an email.
Former Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel taking California vacation with defense attorney
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Newly filed court documents show former Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel has received court permission to change the travel dates of his previously approved California trip. They also reveal his travel partners, information which was previously redacted. Noel will be accompanied on his trip to Kenwood,...
Warrant issued in southern Indiana for arrest of Louisville pool company owner charged with fraud, theft
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police in Clark County, Indiana, have issued a warrant for the arrest of Tracy Davenport, the owner of a Louisville pool company for which she and her husband are the subject of multiple high-profile fraud and theft investigations. Davenport is already charged in three cases in...
Warrior Varsity Basketball beats Charlestown 59 – 23
The Scottsburg Warriors defeated Charlestown 59-23! Warrior Scoring: Clancy 19, Miller 18, Zellers 9, Richardson 4, Robison 4, Bowles 3, Luttrell 2. Charlestown Scoring: Connell 5, Stoner 5, Martin 4, French 3, Warren 3, Todd 2, Porter 1.
Clarksville officials considering ambulance service after councilman dies on election day
CLARKSVILLE, Ind. -- The town of Clarksville is considering making a potentially life-saving change. Clarksville is considering creating its own ambulance service. Right now, that service is provided by New Chapel EMS but a recent tragedy has raised some concerns and red flags. Clarksville Town Manager Kevin Baity said until...
Police make second arrest after shots were fired at Clarksville Police chief's home in 2022
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Over a year after shots were fired at the Clarksville Police chief's home, police have made a second arrest in the case. Police were called to the chief's home on reports of a shooting on Sept. 18, 2022. Authorities said they found shell casings in the driveway, and several of the rounds were found inside the home.
Why New Castle Could Be Your Next Dream Neighborhood
Welcome to New Castle, a charming town nestled in Henry County, Kentucky. With a population of 819, New Castle offers residents a dense suburban feel and a close-knit community. This neighborhood is known for its picturesque homes and friendly atmosphere, making it an ideal place to call home. Let's explore the various aspects of New Castle that make it such a unique and desirable neighborhood.
Reformatory’s move to Pendleton sparked by fire
Part 1 of a two-part series. To begin this 100-year journey, we need to go back to that dreadful night on Feb. 6, 1918, at the Indiana Reformatory in Jeffersonville, Indiana. At about midnight the screams of “Fire!” rang out in the prison; the cabinet shop in the trade school building was on fire.