1:14 p.m. — Several callers reported a possible scam involving someone posing as Publisher’s Clearing House telling them they have won and needed money to process the winnings.
3:12 a.m. — Chad Gregory, 1309 North St., reported someone took his electric meter. A suspect was named in the theft.
6:41 p.m. — A city firefighter found a male passed out in front of the Carnegie Public Library on W. Main Street. The male was taken to Daviess Community Hospital.
1:13 p.m. — A caller reported remnants of a meth lab near 2249E 625S. Deputies disposed of the trash lab.
2:29 p.m. — Marvin Hornaday, 5 W. Ohio St., reported someone broke into his home while he was away. Deputies responded.
7:33 p.m. — Cyla R. Swartzentruber, 17, 13498N 1100E, was driving a 2008 Pontiac G6 sedan west on North Street in Elnora when she turned onto Springer Street at a high rate of speed. She lost control of the car, hitting a tree stump. No one was injured and damage was estimated between $5,000 and $10,000.
6:59 p.m. — Cassidy J. Lents, 18, Loogootee, was driving a 2003 Toyota Corrolla west on Rudolph Street in Montgomery when she ran a stop sign and ran into a 1996 Ford F-150 driven by Dylan C. Eisenhut, 17, Loogootee, who was on Third Street. A stop sign was partially obscured by a tree branch, causing the failure to yield. There were no injuries and damage was estimated between $2,500 and $5,000.
5:13 p.m. — Cole L. Howell, 19, Shoals, was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado north on U.S. 231 behind a 1999 Freightliner semi driven by Thomas L. Mitchell, 56, Bedford. Mitchell slowed to pass a railroad track and Howell ran into the back of the semi. No injuries were reported and damage was estimated between $2,500 and $5,000.
11:23 a.m. — Ricky E. McWilliams, 58, 207 S.E. 11th St., was driving a 2008 Pontiac G6 west on U.S. 50 near the SR 257 crossing when he collided with a 2004 Ford F550, driven by Michael B. Pedigo, 28, Bloomington. McWilliams claimed the stop light was green but a witness traveling behind him said the light was red. No injuries were reported and damage was estimated between $2,500 and $5,000.
9:21 a.m. — Dawn R. Eshelman, 40, 672S 350E, was driving a 2001 Chevrolet Astro south on CR 900E near CR 300N, when she reportedly dozed off and went into the northbound lane, colliding with a 1970 Ford F600 driven by Randall Swartzentruber, 49, Montgomery. Swartzentruber’s Ford then went into a ditch. No injuries were reported and damage was estimated between $1,000 and $2,500.
Todd J. Brinson, 52, Washington, was arrested by Daviess County Sheriff’s deputies Friday on a writ of attachment. He was being held at the Daviess County Security Center on $500,000 bond.
Steven R. Geary, 38, Washington, was arrested by city police Thursday on multiple warrants for failure to appear, possession of a controlled substance, driving while suspended and leaving the scene of an accident. He was being held on $5,000 bond.
Jose Serrano, 34, Huntingburg, was arrested by state police Friday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was being held on $2,000 bond.
Bryce Fox, 22, no address given, was arrested by state police Friday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated with a controlled substance. He was being held at the Daviess County Security Center on $2,000 bond.
David Martinez-Cardena, 23, Indianapolis, was arrested by state police Friday for driving while never receiving a license. He was being held on $2,000 bond.
James Pirkle, 42, Washington, was arrested by city police Saturday for battery. He was being held on $2,000 bond.
Terri Yenne, 21, Plainville, was arrested by state police Saturday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was being held without bond.
Trevor Craft, 19, Washington, was arrested by city police Sunday for battery. He was being held on $2,000 bond.
Total Jail Population: 162
Police Report for Tuesday
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WHS wins SeaPerch title
Washington’s SeaPerch teams took home gold at last Saturday’s national competitions at the IUPUI Natatorium.
The WHS NJROTC STEM team won first overall out of 100 teams competing at the national finals. The NJROTC team took first in the obstacle course and the deep water transfer portions of the competition, and received special recognition in the technical innovation.
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IU still working towards sixth banner
Monday night in Atlanta, Louisville won the school’s first National Championship since the year I was born - 1986. This accomplishment is significant to Indiana basketball fans, because the last two times the Cardinals cut down the nets (1980, 1986), the Hoosiers did it the following year. The stat, of course means nothing, other than both schools had strong programs in the 1980s.
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Looking for a good deal on a six-pack of beer? Try Charlotte. A haircut that won't burn a hole in your wallet? Harlingen, Texas, is your best bet. A trip to the movies? Hilo, Hawaii, is supposed to be nice this time of year.
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Indiana’s high school grad rate continues upward
Indiana’s reported high school graduation rate continues to improve, moving from 77 percent to more than 88 percent in less than a decade, but there are still significant achievement gaps marked by race and income.
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