From Evansville Police Department Incident Reports - April 26, 2012
ALL SUSPECTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW.
Ackley, Yvonne Renee - Arrest on charge of Battery-simple assault at 1805 E Delaware St......Society - Victim of Battery-simple assault at 1805 E Delaware St Evansville, IN between 16:30 04/26/2012 and 17:20 04/26/2012.
Officers were dispatched to a family dispute at 1805 E Delaware St. Dispatch advised that a neighbor called dispatch advising that two out of control females were fighting in the front yard, street and back yard. Officers arrived and heard a loud dispute in the home. The defendant is pregnant and had been drinking. The defendant would not stop being disorderly while officers were on scene. The defendant was taken to VCC for disorderly conduct and simple battery.
Clark, Timothy Michael - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine at 1805 E Delaware St......Claybrook, Penny Patricia - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine at 1805 E Delaware St......Society - Victim of Narc-dealing methamphetamine (manuf) at 1805 E Delaware St Evansville, IN between 16:30 04/26/2012 and 18:58 04/26/2012.
Officers were dispatched to 1805 E Delaware St for a family dispute. Officers arrived and made contact with all involved parties. During our investigation one of the involved parties stated that there was a meth lab and meth making materials in the garage. JTF officers arrived and written consent to search was given by both residents and officers found meth making materials. Two of the involved parties were arrested and transported to the VCCC for narcotic dealing methamphetamine (manufacturing meth) and narcotic maintain a common nuisance.
Pfeiffer, Aaron jean - Arrest on charge of Battery-simple assault at 798 Douglas Drive......Love, Alex James - Victim of Battery-simple assault other at 798 Douglas Drive Evansville, IN between 20:46 04/26/2012 and 21:00 04/26/2012.
On April 26, 2012, officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Douglas Drive in reference to a fight. Officers located the suspect and learned that several witnesses saw him punch the victim in the face 4 times. The suspect was belligerent and yelling and cursing outside, causing a scene with numerous residents gathering outside to see who was yelling. The suspect was transported to jail and charged with battery.
UPS Store E. Indiana St. - Victim of embezzlement-theft at 5444 E Indiana St Evansville, IN between 10:16 03/24/2012 and 10:16 04/26/2012. Reported 04/26/2012.
I was dispatched to 5444 E Indiana St to the UPS Store on a report. On scene I spoke to the owner. He stated that the suspect works for him at the business. The owner said that they were going through the computer system. He discovered that the suspect has been logging in false returns and taking the money for the returns. The owner stated that he went through the transaction list made by the suspect. He said that none of those returns exist. The owner said that the suspect would either take the money in cash or put the false return on his VISA card. 5 of the VISA returns have the same last four digits from the card. There were approximately 28 transactions made from 03/24/2012 to 04/25/2012. The owners said that he has not confronted the suspect yet. The owner was given the case number and records number.
Society - Victim of destroy animal at 1165 Shiloh Square Evansville, IN between 15:00 04/26/2012 and 15:32 04/26/2012.
Officers were dispatched to the baseball diamonds and soccer fields of Holy Rosary reference a wounded deer that had been trapped in the large fenced in area surrounding the fields. The deer was bleeding excessively and exhausted. Officers and animal control officers elected to put the animal down due to a safety hazard for the deer, children and motorists in the area. After a strategic plan was put in place and executed near perfectly, the deer was stopped in mid air by Officer McCormick using an electronic control device and detained for Officer Saltzman to be put down with a shotgun. Animal Control took photos of the deer and took it for disposal. Management of Holy Rosary was very satisfied with the service. All of this was prior to any children arriving for the evening baseball games.
Cox, Eric Colton - Arrest on charge of Alcohol-public intoxication at 402 NW Riverside Drive......Society - Victim of Alcohol-public intoxication at 450 NW Riverside Dr Evansville, IN between 00:40 04/27/2012 and 02:30 04/27/2012.
Officers were dispatched to the Casino Aztar Pavilion in reference to a white male who had fled from security. Upon our arrival, we met with security staff who stated that they observed the subject near the valet area of the hotel. The subject was looking into vehicles and security made contact with him. They stated that the male appeared intoxicated and he began to walk toward the pavilion area. Eventually the male ran from security and jumped over the railing into the brush and shrubs near the Ohio River. They advised that he was a white male and that he was wearing a bright blue polo shirt. Security showed us the area where the subject was last seen. We began checking the area and located the subject hiding in the shrubbery approximately halfway down the embankment. The area that the subject was hiding posed a hazard to officers due to the angle of the bank and the large rocks and foliage. I was able to get within three feet of the subject and ordered him to come out several times. I could see that the subject was bloody and that he had several wounds from his head down to his knees. The subject refused my commands and I was forced to climb down to the subject to take him into custody. The subject refused to walk up the embankment and Officers Mattingly and Betz had to assist me with carrying the defendant up the embankment. After the defendant was taken into custody, he stated that he had broken bones and the he needed to see a doctor. As the defendant spoke, I could smell the strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from his breath. His speech was slurred and difficult to understand. I transported the defendant to Deaconess Hospital for evaluation. While at the hospital, the defendant was belligerent with the staff and refused to cooperate with treatment. At one point the defendant began shouting at the doctor causing several of the people in the emergency room to investigate the source of the noise. I told the defendant several times to stop shouting, but he continued to shout. He was cleared by hospital staff and transported to the VCCC.