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Evansville couple arrested after brief chase, crash into a cornfield, and manhunt

Two individuals from Evansville ran into a bit of trouble in neighboring Posey County on Tuesday, July 16, that prompted the sheriff’s department to break out a drone to find them after pursuing troopers lost sight of them.

Put this one in the “You’ve GOT to be KIDDING me” file…

There are some things that are just so unbelievable as to be breathtaking.

Battery gets woman jailed in Gibson County, Ind.

A battery arrest in Fort Branch, Indiana, resulted in the arrest of a woman who was kind enough to give authorities and the rest of us, the reading public, this grinning goofball mug you see here.

Doctor responds to ‘inaccurate, misleading, false’ info disseminated about kratom

AKA Chairman, Dave Herman, has called upon the FDA “to turn off the ‘FDA Echo Chamber on Kratom’ that has deliberately and persistently disseminated inaccurate, misleading, false, and scientifically invalid information that is clearly intended to demonize kratom consumers.

Woman arrested in Princeton, Ind., on DUI count; gave false name

A woman from Princeton allegedly tried to pull one over on Indiana State Police this past weekend during a DUI investigation, but they weren’t having it…and she was arrested and charged as a result.

NWS says TORRENTIAL RAINS are headed our way

Thanks to Tropical Storm Barry – the second formed hurricane of the 2019 season, downgraded upon landfall in the Gulf – we’re about to get swamped with what the National Weather Service is calling “torrential rains.”

Evansville man arrested for resisting trooper

Widner ordered the male to stop, but he continued to walk toward the apartments. The subject was then TASERed, but it was ineffective.

Wrong-way impaired driver arrested after colliding into a trooper’s patrol car

The trooper had to drive in the wrong lanes, with a backup trooper stationed in order to let other drivers know the potential danger.

Evansville man arrested for DUI while transporting 3 kids

Last night at approximately 11:45, Trooper Widner was patrolling in the area of US 41 near Lincoln Avenue when he stopped the driver of a 2006 Chevrolet Impala for making an unsafe lane movement.

Indiana State Police increase patrols during Fourth of July holiday

Indiana State Police will be increasing patrols starting today (July 3) and will be concentrating their enforcement efforts on impaired drivers, distracted drivers and for those drivers and passengers not buckled up.

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