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  • Missing Person

    Missing Person

    Local and area police are looking for the mother of Knox County Emergency Management Agency Director John Streeter. 68-year-old Jewell Streeter of Vincennes was last seen on Saturday in Washington. Jewell Streeter is five-feet, two inches tall, 125 pounds, with short dark brown hair and green eyes... Continue Reading...

  • Dubois Co. Hangs on to State’s Lowest Jobless Rate

    Dubois Co. Hangs on to State’s Lowest Jobless Rate

    Dubois County continued to have the state’s lowest unemployment rate in September at 3.4%. That’s three-tenths percent lower than August. Meanwhile, Daviess County had a jobless rate in September of 3.9%... Continue Reading...

  • Vincennes Police Foil Burglary

    Vincennes Police Foil Burglary

    Vincennes Police arrested two people Wednesday afternoon after breaking up a burglary in-progress at 18-23 Buntin Street. Police say 24-year-old Joshua Anderson and 29-year-old Matthew Slater, both from Vincennes, were caught in the act of removing a vehicle engine from a locked, closed garage. Continue Reading...

  • Daviess Co. Arrests

    Daviess Co. Arrests

    The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Washington man Wednesday on a warrant for a Writ of Attachment, Failure to Appear in Court, Dealing in Methamphetamine, Possession of a Syringe, Possession of Precursors and Possession of Paraphernalia. 34-year-old Jeremy Petty is being held on 105-thousand-500 dollars bond in the Daviess County Security Center. The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrested 33-year-old Josh Clark of Terre haute Wednesday on a warrant for a Writ of Attachment and a Petition to Revoke a Suspended Sentence... Continue Reading...

  • Bank Robber Sentenced

    Bank Robber Sentenced

    A federal judge sentenced a Terre Haute man to over 13-years in prison Wednesday for the robbery of First Financial Bank in Farmersburg in July of last year. Authorities say 44-year-old Kenneth Shelton handed a teller a note demanding money and told the bank tellers he would shoot them if they did not hurry up. Shelton fled the bank with the money and was driven back to Terre Haute by an accomplice... Continue Reading...

  • Missing Person

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    Local and area police are looking for the mother of Knox County Emergency Management Agency Director John Streeter. 68-year-old Jewell Streeter of Vincennes was last seen on Saturday in Washington. Jewell Streeter is five-feet, two inches tall, 125 pounds, with short dark brown hair and green eyes…

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  • Dubois Co. Hangs on to State’s Lowest Jobless Rate

    Dubois County continued to have the state’s lowest unemployment rate in September at 3.4%. That’s three-tenths percent lower than August. Meanwhile, Daviess County had a jobless rate in September of 3.9%…

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  • Vincennes Police Foil Burglary

    Vincennes Police arrested two people Wednesday afternoon after breaking up a burglary in-progress at 18-23 Buntin Street. Police say 24-year-old Joshua Anderson and 29-year-old Matthew Slater, both from Vincennes, were caught in the act of removing a vehicle engine from a locked, closed garage.

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  • Daviess Co. Arrests

    The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Washington man Wednesday on a warrant for a Writ of Attachment, Failure to Appear in Court, Dealing in Methamphetamine, Possession of a Syringe, Possession of Precursors and Possession of Paraphernalia. 34-year-old Jeremy Petty is being held on 105-thousand-500 dollars bond in the Daviess County Security Center. The Daviess […]

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  • Bank Robber Sentenced

    Image Shelton.jpg

    A federal judge sentenced a Terre Haute man to over 13-years in prison Wednesday for the robbery of First Financial Bank in Farmersburg in July of last year. Authorities say 44-year-old Kenneth Shelton handed a teller a note demanding money and told the bank tellers he would shoot them if they did not hurry up. […]

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  • Terre Haute Federal Inmate Sentenced for Assaulting Employee

    A federal judge sentenced an inmate at the Terre Haute Federal Correctional Complex to an additional 2 ½ years in prison Wednesday for assaulting a prison employee. 32-year-old James Jackson was already serving a 76 month sentence for firearm and drug charges from the District fo Colombia. …

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