10:24 a.m. - An employee of Gwaltney Drilling reported someone forced open a rear door at 101 N.E. 19th St. The burglar took some over the counter medication, a voltage meter, and two spools of electrical wire.
7:53 a.m. - An employee reported someone in a mid-sized truck failed to pay for $10.01 in gas from Fast Max at 103 Highway 57 in Elnora.
12:14 p.m. - A deputy was sent to 6576E US 50 to investigate two checks that had been marked as fraud in a resident’s bank statement.
Washington City Police arrested Christopher Davis, 49, of Washington on a charge of domestic battery. He is being held in the Daviess County Security Center on $2,000 bond.
Washington City Police arrested Christopher Myers, 50, of Washington on a warrant charging him with failure to appear warrant for driving while suspended. He was released on $2,000 bond.
Jail Population: 148
PIKE COUNTY ARREST
6 p.m. - Indiana State Police and the Pike County Sheriff’s Office served an arrest warrant on Angel Bellamy, 36, of 1953 East Logtown Road near Winslow for a community corrections violation. While serving the warrant officers say they found small amounts of methamphetamine and numerous items commonly used to make meth. Police arrested Angel Bellamy and when her husband, Aaron Bellamy, 42, arrived home they also arrested him. Both are being held in the Pike County Jail without bond on charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance, and possession of paraphernalia.
Loogootee man escapes injury during rollover DUBOIS - A Loogootee man escaped serious injury during a single vehicle rollover crash on State Road 56 in Dubois County. According to a release from the Indiana State Police, investigators stated that at approximately 1 p.m., Robert E. Lee, 60, Loogootee, was traveling eastbound on SR 56 in a 2006 International semi tractor, pulling a 2006 Mack Trailer. While eastbound and west of CR 325E, Lee left the roadway in a curve and struck a ditch, causing the vehicle to overturn and strike a utility pole. The overturned trailer spilled its entire load of grain onto the roadway. Lee suffered only minor head scratches and refused treatment on scene. Troopers stated Lee was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash, and added that the seatbelt may have saved his life due to the semi-tractor being a total loss.