WASHINGTON — CITY REPORT
2:40 a.m. - Vincennes Police Department advised they arrested a Jacob Ochs, and he was in possession of women’s jewelry. The officer wondered if WPD was working a case involving stolen items that matched the description of the ones in the subject’s possession.
2:17 a.m. - An officer made a traffic stop at N.W. 21st Street and McCormick Avenue on a 2002 Saturn registered to Juana Mora, 519 S.E. Sixth St. The driver, Aida Mora, 34, will be long formed for operator never licensed. The vehicle was towed and placed on hold for a licensed driver with proof of insurance.
5:39 p.m. - Shannon Willoughby, 610 Center St., reported there was a fire in her laundry room and it was out, but she requested someone from the fire department check and make sure everything was OK.
5:04 p.m. - Jennifer Lyn Joffee was stopped at SR 57 E. and Sunnyside Road. The vehicle she was driving was towed and placed on hold for proper registration, proof of insurance, licensed driver and owner. Joffee will be long formed for driving while suspended/prior.
11:48 a.m. - An employee of We Care Auto, 1001 N. SR 57, reported someone broke into their pop machine over the weekend and took all the cash. There was no damage to the machine.
9:09 a.m. - Brandon Jackman, 10 McCracken Dr., reported his 2010 Chevrolet Impala had been hit and there was damage to the front bumper and grill. He was unsure when or where it had happened.
8:42 a.m. - Karen Mattingly, 1307 State St., reported someone entered her unlocked 2004 Jeep Liberty and took a folder with personal information and money.
10:55 a.m. - Tim J. Dant, 58, 705 Front St., was southbound on S.E. Third Street in his 2006 Dodge Charger approaching E. Nat’l Hwy. with a green light and right of way. Garrett R. Ashby, 18, 1624E 250S, was traveling east on E. Nat’l Hwy., approaching the intersection with S.E. Third Street in his 1986 Chevrolet pickup. Ashby had a red light but stated he didn’t see it in time because he was looking down, and the two vehicles collided. No injuries were reported. Damage was estimated between $5,000 and $10,000.