11 a.m. - An employee of Chuckle’s, 201 N.E. Fifth St., reported a drive-off worth $15.04 in gas by a white sport-utility-vehicle.
9:23 a.m. - Bill Healy, 701 S.E. First St., reported his truck was broken into the night before. Nothing was reported missing.
5:19 p.m. - Reya Morris reported a hit-and-run accident at 305 E. Nat’l Hwy. by a white Mercury sedan. No other information was available.
4:40 p.m. - Daviess County Sheriff’s dispatched relayed a 911 call about a fire at 12 Dewey Ave. No fire was found.
2:10 p.m. - A caller reported a sheet of metal was on the U.S. 50 bypass just west of Maysville. The item has been removed from the road.
12:43 a.m. - A male caller reported a mailbox destroyed at 1080E 250N by a dark-colored late model truck. The male followed a truck resembling the description and a deputy pulled over the truck on Bedford Road. The occupants in the truck were not the ones who destroyed the mailbox.
7:47 a.m. - Dalton D. Byers, 17, Bloomfield, was driving a 200 Chevrolet Cavalier south on U.S. 231 near CR 1525N when the car hit a patch of ice, causing it to slide off the road and overturn. There were no injuries and damage was estimated between $2,500 and $5,000.
Damien Cox, 35, Washington, was arrested by city police Wednesday for possession of a syringe, possession of methamphetamine, burglary to commit a felony, criminal mischief, criminal trespassing and theft. He was being held at the Daviess County Security Center without bond.
Shelley Loveless, 32, Washington, was arrested by city police Wednesday for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of a syringe, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of precursors and possession of methamphetamine.
She was being held without bond.
Tammy Fleck, 40, Washington, was arrested by city police Wednesday on a failure to appear warrant for criminal recklessness and a failure to appear warrant for stopping after an accident resulting in injury. She was being held on $2,500 bond.
Total Jail Population: 149
State police warns about pot-laced candies The Indiana State Police warned the public Thursday of a prevalence in the area of candies laced with chemicals found in marijuana. According to a press release, troopers and police departments in southwest Indiana are finding candy laced with tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. The compound is the active ingredient in marijuana that gives people the high the user is looking for. State police said the candies resemble suckers, hard candy and gummy worms and bears. Packaging for these candies also resemble regular candy. A state police spokesperson said the candies have been found in the immediate area, but the Daviess County Sheriff's Department and the Washington Police Department have said their officers have not found them. Anyone with information is contact state police at (800) 852-3970.