The Washington Times-Herald

July 26, 2013

Female said FBI locked computer

The Washington Times-Herald



7:56 p.m. – An employee of Chuckles in Odon reported someone drove off without paying for $30.83 in fuel. No description of the vehicle was available.

7:37 p.m – A caller at 6193S 1050E near Loogootee reported issues with other people trespassing on the caller’s property. Officer’s spoke with the parties in question and informed them, if they continued to trespass, they would be arrested.

7:26 p.m. – A caller near the intersection of U.S. 50 and Troy Rd. reported a male subject standing in the intersection. The subject was transported to the Martin Co. line.

4:14 p.m. – A caller on SR 57S reported a horse was loose.

3:15 p.m. – A caller on Church St. in Loogootee requested to speak with an officer after having several items stolen recently.

2:23 p.m – A caller at 1006 Bloomfield Rd. in Plainville reported he had been bitten by a dog as he rode by and the caller would like to press charges. The dog will be quarantined.

8:30 a.m. – A caller near CR 650E and Old National Highway reported an accident with severe injuries.

5:30 a.m. – An employee of Fast Max in Elnora reported a maroon Pontiac Sunfire drove off without paying for $34 in fuel.

Total Jail Population: 147



8:32 a.m. - The Daviess County Sheriff’s department received a report of a two vehicle accident near CR 650E and Old U.S. 50.

Loren C. Hill, 21, Petersburg, was driving north on CR 650E in a Ford F-250 pickup. Norman J. Swartzentruber, 40, Odon, was traveling west on Old U.S. 50 when Hill pulled up to the stop sign and failed to see Swartzentruber’s Ford F-150. Swartzentruber’s pickup struck the right front corner of Hill’s pickup. Hill was treated for abrasions and knee, lower leg, and foot injuries. Swartzentruber was treated for severe head trauma. No other information was available at press time.


1:33 p.m. - Dispatch received a call reported a single vehicle accident on CR 825S near CR 500E. Christopher A. Spradlin, 20, Washington, said he could not see out his front windshield very well due to fog from the rain. Spradlin said he didn’t realize the road curved. Spradlin’s vehicle then hit a tree head-on.

Spradlin was transported to the emergency in a personal vehicle and was treated for leg pain. Jacqueline Hunter, 22, Princeton, a passenger in Spradlin’s vehicle was also taken to the emergency room in a peronal vehicle and was treated for leg pain. Faith Chestnut, 20, Elberfield, also a passenger in the vehicle, was transported by Southwest Medical to the Daviess Community Hospital where she was treated for abrasions to the forearm, and complained of wrist pain. Two other passengers, Nathan Taves and Shawna Jennings, no address given, were uninjured. None of the passengers in the vehicle were wearing seat belts. Spradlin was cited for driving while suspended.



7:24 p.m. - A complainant on Center Street reported that her computer had a lock placed on the device by the FBI. The complainant said the computer was being used to listen to iTunes when it snapped a photo of the user and went into lock mode. The police department attempted to unlock the computer but couldn’t. The complaint will be passed on to the proper authorities.