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June 14, 2010

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Issue 5

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Arrests, Violent Offenders, Missing Persons and More

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Contents

Issue 5 Greene Arrests. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Morgan Arrests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Owen County/Owen Sex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Local Sex/Violent Offenders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Johnson County Arrests. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Johnson/Hamilton Sex Offenders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Hamilton County Arrests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 All About Identity Theft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Indianapolis Arrestees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Marion County Sex Offenders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Crime Stoppers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Fun & Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Warrants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 The Funny Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Abbreviations / Definitions Below is a list of arrest charges that may be printed in Watchdog Weekly. While some are self-explanatory, definitions have been provided for your reference. Battery: Criminal offense involving unlawful physical contact and is not necessarily violent. Controlled Substance: A drug or chemical whose manufacture, possession, and use are regulated by a government. Conversion: A person who knowingly or intentionally exerts unauthorized control over property of another person. Domestic Battery: Battery involving family members. DUI – Driving Under Influence: The act of operating a vehicle (including bicycle, boat, airplane, wheelchair, or tractor) after consuming alcohol or other drugs. DWS – Driving While Suspended Failure to Appear: Failure of a defendant or respondent to appear at (or within) the stated time before a court as directed in a summons. Failure to appear is a crime for which a bench-warrant can be issued if the defendant promised to appear. Maintaining a Common Nuisance: A person who knowingly or intentionally maintains a building, structure, vehicle, or other place that is used one (1) or more time by persons to unlawfully use controlled substances, or for unlawfully manufacturing, keeping, offering for sale, selling, delivering, or financing the delivery of controlled substances, or items of drug paraphernalia. OVWI / OUI / OWI – Operating Vehicle While Intoxicated: A person who operates a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to at least 0.08 but less than 0.15 blood alcohol content. Intoxicated can also refer to being under the influence of a controlled substance. Charges are more serious for greater than 0.15 blood alcohol content. Paraphernalia: Any equipment, product or material of any kind which is primarily intended or designed for use in manufacturing, compounding, converting, concealing, producing, processing, preparing, injecting, ingesting, inhaling, or otherwise introducing into the human body a controlled substance. Precursor: A precursor is a chemical that has been outlawed for unlicensed possession because it can be used to make an illegal product. Probation Violation: Probation is a sentence which may be imposed by a court in lieu of incarceration. A person who is “on probation” has been convicted of a crime. When said person commits a separate crime, while on probation, they have violated the terms of their probation and may be sent to prison to complete their term. Visiting a Common Nuisance: A person who knowingly or intentionally visits a building, structure, vehicle, or other place that is used by any person to unlawfully use a controlled substance. Warrant: An arrest warrant is a warrant issued by and on behalf of the state, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an individual. Writ of Attachment: A court order to “attach” or seize an asset. It is issued by a court to a law enforcement officer or sheriff. The writ of attachment is issued in order to satisfy a judgment issued by the court.

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Recent Arrests in Greene County Those Pictured are INNOCENT Until Proven Guilty

Jeffery W. Burris Domestic Battery

William J. Francis Battery with injury

Stacy M. Parks

Justin R. Shrader Aggravated Battery

Failure to Appear

Timmy W. Lewellyn Domestic Battery

Wayne K. Smith

Order Revoking Bond

Public Intox, OVWI, DWS

Fraud, Unauth Poss of Altered Lic

Poss of Precursors, Attempt to Manufacture

April Corns

Thomas Schloesser Jr. OVWI Bac .14 A misdemeanor

Operating Vehicle While Habitual Traffic

Poss of Precursors, Attempt to Manufacture

Timothy R. Moore

Jeremy W. Salesman Attachment

Roy J. Fry

Parole Violation

Ashley J. Hancock

Mark D. Dodson CT I Child

Joshua W. Bolin

Probation Violation

Jerry Rogers II

Gerald W. Hollers

Probation Violation

David W. Prater

Public Intox

Crystal S. Baker

Michael Edmonson

Warrant, Failure to Appear, Minor

Larry J. Westfall

Battery on Law Enforcement, Possession

Shane E. Osborne Warrant, Failure to Appear, Check

Warrant, Probation Violation

Wendy S. Sipes

Stephen M. Terrell

Patricke D. Shacklett

Jeremy M. Cook

Megan A. Nonte

Laurie D. Perez

Mark K. Perez

Michael J. Baker

Brandi C. Deckard

Warrant for Dealing

Warrant for Dealing

Public Intoxication

Warrant, Neglect of dependent

Warrant, Probation Violation

Resisting Law Enforcement

Battery w/Injury, Criminal Mischief

Public Intoxication

Content in the Watchdog Weekly publication has been deemed public information by the Freedom of Information Act, and is provided to the general public by law enforcement agencies. Watchdog Weekly has obtained this information from the public record and compiled it here. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Watchdog Weekly is not affiliated, supported by, or in any way connected with any law enforcement or government agency. Watchdog Weekly makes no claims as to the guilt or innocence of those pictured. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those pictured. Everyone arrested is innocent until proven guilty.

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Recent Arrests in Morgan County Those pictured are INNOCENT until proven guilty

Timothy Paul Hopson

Domestic Battery, Intimidation, Dis Conduct

Poss Marij, Minor Poss Alcohol

Hayley E. Watson

Zachary Mark Bales Resisting Law Enforcement, Poss Para

Domestic Battery, Disorderly Conduct

Battery w/Bodily Inj, Disorderly Conduct

Carl Lee Swango

Charles Edward Mayo

Shaun T. Hatmaker

Nicole M. Kowalski

Misty M. Demoss

Robert W. Holland

Jeffery Weston Row OWI

Jeomey Lorne Rogers

Minor Poss Alcohol, OWI

Brian Jay Hughes

Patrick Wayne Moore

Brianna Leigh Brooks

Max Leonard Miller

Steven M. Johnson OWI with Previous Conviction

Kyle James King

Resisting Law Enf, Disorderly Conduct

Cody M. Weiss

Joseph D. Sizemore

Jenna Faye Dawson

Brady James Pierce

Daniel Cary Payton

Brandon W. Young

Rebecca A. Ensey-Pazos

Nicholas R. Kennedy

Brandon Lee Kent

William Allen Smith

Donnis Kay West

Robert E. McKinney

OWI

OWI with Previous Conviction

Reckless Driving

OWI

OWI

Poss of Marij over 30 g, OWI

Sexual Misconduct

Battery

Donald E. Crail

Residential Entry

OWI

Theft/Receiving Stolen Property

OWI with Previous Conviction

Battery w/Bodily Injury

Public Intox, OWI

Public Intoxication, OWI

Battery

OWI

OWI

Theft/Rcvg Stolen Prop, OWI with Previous

OWI

Disorderly Conduct

Content in the Watchdog Weekly publication has been deemed public information by the Freedom of Information Act, and is provided to the general public by law enforcement agencies. Watchdog Weekly has obtained this information from the public record and compiled it here. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Watchdog Weekly is not affiliated, supported by, or in any way connected with any law enforcement or government agency. Watchdog Weekly makes no claims as to the guilt or innocence of those pictured. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those pictured. Everyone arrested is innocent until proven guilty.

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Owen County Recent Owen County Arrests – Those Pictured are Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Shawn M. Leathers

Driving While Suspended, Probation Violation

Lisa A. Norris

Failure to Appear, Probation Violation

Robert T. Robbins

Arturo Viveros Lopez

Poss Marij, Driving while Supsend, Prob Vio

OVWI, Providing False Information, No Lic

Earl Cook

Disorderly conduct, Intimidation

Emerald Forgette

Poss Para, Neglect, Cont to Delinq Minor

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Matthew Mallard

Criminal Recklessness

Charlotte D. Peters Probation Violation

Christopher A. Beardsley

Alan Dale Bierbaum

OVWI, Public Intoxication

If you are pictured here, that means a record of your arrest has been reported by local law enforcement agencies. If you feel that this has been done so in error, please contact your local sheriff ’s department.

Failure to Appear

Errors & Dropped Charges

Donald W. Mann

Criminal Trespass, Theft

Terrell P. Tatum writ of attachment

Sonya Jo Gladson

Tracy Wilcher

OVWI

If your image was printed in error, or if your charges have been dropped, please notify us at editor@watchdogweekly.com and, upon verification of your claims, we will print this information in Watchdog Weekly the following week.

Public Intoxication

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Megan Marie Sullivan

Huriel De La Cruz-Ramos Operating Veh without having received lic.

Illegal Consumption, Disorderly Conduct

Owen County Sex/Violent Offenders

Sex Predator James W. Mowery Child Molesting

As of June 8, 2010

Sex Predator Jackie Ward Wines Child Molesting

Paul Wesley Whaley

Robert Lee Gerard

Sexual Battery

Child Seduction, Sexual Misconduct w/Minor

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Randall J. Walters II

Sexual Misconduct with a Minor, Failed to Register

Tracy Allen Freeman Incest


Local Sex/Violent Offenders From the Indiana Sheriff ’s Sex/Violent Offenders Registry

As of June 8, 2010

Monroe County Sex/Violent Offenders

Sex Predator

David E. Runyon

Child Fondling, Sexual Battery

Jason Ray North Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Sex Predator

Sex Predator

Michael Eugene Abell

Mickel Scott Fiscus

Child Molest, Sexual Batt

Child Molesting

Sex Predator

Violent Offender

Child Molesting

Voluntary Manslaughter

Mark Allen Isgrigg

Reva Laraine Duke

Lawrence County Sex/Violent Offenders

Sex Predator

Donald Paul Shiloh Child Molesting

Harry M. Mesarosh Child Molesting

Michael A. Stango

Samuel Lee Mathis

Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Child Molesting, Failed to Register

Timothy Lee Inman

Child Molesting, Sexual Misconduct w/Minor

Sex Predator

Toby Dale Meadows Child Molesting

Greene County Sex/Violent Offenders

Sex Predator

Bobby Joe Nichols Rape of a Child

Barry Wayne St. John Sexual Battery

Harvey J. Shoemaker II

Michael D. Thompson

Child Molesting

Vicarious Sexual Gratification

Ryan Adam Krotz Unlawful Vol Sexual Relations

Ricky Joe Weaver II Child Molesting

Morgan County Sex/Violent Offenders

Charles A. Edwards Child Molesting

Denise Michele Smith Child Molesting

Sex Predator

George D. Cockerham

James M. Lamere

Child Molesting

Criminal Confinement

Kenneth D. McClaran Sexual Battery

Sex Predator

Theodore R. Mitchell Child Molesting

All information on sex and/or violent offenders has been deemed public information, and was obtained directly from the Indiana Sheriffs’ Sex and Violent Offender Registry. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Those pictured are not all child predators. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those depicted. Watchdog Weekly does not make any claims as to whether or not those pictured are currently dangerous or currently engaging in any illegal activities, whatsoever. However, they are all registered sex and/or violent offenders.

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Recent Arrests in Johnson County Those pictured are INNOCENT until proven guilty

Michelle R. Stidham

Tammy D. Malson OWI endangerment, resisting officer

Kim Dyer

Paul A. Kortepeter

Poss Cont Sub, OWI Endangerment

Carry Unlawful Handgun

Tracy Ann Sublette

Battery

Levi J. Knox

Glue sniffing/huffing, OWI Endangerment

Domestic battery, obstruct emer medical pers

Leon R. Scott

Danielle Anderson

Public Nudity

Blake H. Hensley Dealing Marijuana

Jordan Ashley Black

Resisting Officer, Poss Alcohol/Minor

Theft/Receiving stolen property

Maintaining a common nuisance

Kimberly A. Taylor

Glen D. Murphy

Cherl L. Burton

OWI Endangerment

Domestic battery

Celso Jimenez

Michael Dale Stapert

Theft/Receiving stolen property

Carry unlawful handgun, poss marij/cont sub

David Wayne Nipper

Gregory A. Atwood

Theft

Carry unlawful handgun

Kayrone R. McMiller

Paul T. Silcox

Dealing marijuana

Jacob D. Freeland

Justin Ray Perry

Battery

Battery

Donald J. Witcher

Criminal mischief, resisting, intimidation

Alysha M. Wilson Battery

Sarjit Sandhu

Domestic battery, Inv of privacy

Domestic battery, Intimidation

Hanna L. Trusty

Jason Adam Miller

Poss Marijuana, DUI

Criminal Conversion

Kasey L. Harris

Tafadzwa Choga

Theft/Receiving stolen property

Brandon M. Holzhausen

Theft/Receiving stolen property

Battery

Brittany D. Comer Criminal Conversion

Content in the Watchdog Weekly publication has been deemed public information by the Freedom of Information Act, and is provided to the general public by law enforcement agencies. Watchdog Weekly has obtained this information from the public record and compiled it here. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Watchdog Weekly is not affiliated, supported by, or in any way connected with any law enforcement or government agency. Watchdog Weekly makes no claims as to the guilt or innocence of those pictured. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those pictured. Everyone arrested is innocent until proven guilty.

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Hamilton & Johnson County Sex/Violent Offenders From the Indiana Sheriff ’s Sex and Violent Offender Registry

As of June 8, 2010

Live, work or go to school within 2 miles of Noblesville Middle School

Wilfred H. Sheldon Child molesting

Sex Predator

Anthony L. Quakenbush Child molesting

Christoph M. Mellott

Charles W. Scott

Possession of child pornography

Child molesting

Michael Wayne Hill Sexual misconduct with a minor

Stephen M. Dockery Sexual battery

Live, work or go to school within 2 miles of Conner Prairie

Joanne Elaine Golden Child molesting

Sex Predator

Dale Dean Veal

Child molesting, Sexual misconduct w/minor

Edward D. Williams

Scott Edward Echard

Child solicitation

Sexual misconduct with a minor

Toby D Thompson Child solicitation

Augusto Carrasco Sexual misconduct with a minor

Live, work or go to school within 2 miles of Greenwood High School

Sex Predator

Arlin D. Simpson Child molesting

Sex Predator

Brian Jeffrey Donahue Child molesting

Bradley A. Freeman

Brandon J. Ragdale

Child solicitation

Child Molesting

Violent Offender John W. Lucas

Murder/intent to kill/ injure

Mark D. McKeeman Child molesting

Live, work or go to school within 2 miles of Province Park (Franklin)

Keith E. Lacefield Child solicitation

Sex Predator

Larry Glenn Sizemore Rape

Michael W. Ault

Mazio Montel Mack

Child molesting

Sexual misconduct with a minor

John D. Smith

Sexual misconduct with a minor

Thomas Eric Fleener Child molesting

All information on sex and/or violent offenders has been deemed public information, and was obtained directly from the Indiana Sheriffs’ Sex and Violent Offender Registry. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Those pictured are not all child predators. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those depicted. Watchdog Weekly does not make any claims as to whether or not those pictured are currently dangerous or currently engaging in any illegal activities, whatsoever. However, they are all registered sex and/or violent offenders.

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Recent Arrests in Hamilton County Those pictured are INNOCENT until proven guilty

Brandon Craig Hoge

Terry Allen Schippers Public intox, resisting, crim mischief

Neglect of dependent, battery, crim reck

Aaron Taylor Spears

Oscar O. Falodun Battery, criminal recklessness

Child exploit, poss chd pornography

Disorderly cond, resisting, public intox

Celia S. Drahy Villasol

Joseph Alan Shuber

Jacob Andrew Safford

Elahe Farahmand Theft

Nicole Jo Laughlin

Carrying unlawful weapon

John Scott Laskowski

Jeffrey Scott Hamaker

Latosha M. Mcghee

Mark Alan Nelson

Mark Allen Mason

Bonny Jo Hahn

Harry King Southard

Jordan Michelle Cline

Philip John Kirby

Jerry Martin Spalding

Jenna Ann Moreno

Roger Dale Tharp

Aghyad Said Osman

Robert W. Kitzinger II

Battery, criminal recklessness

Theft

Stalking, harassment

Reckless driving, leaving scene

Bryan Douglas Pitts

Resisting, OWI, Battery

Domestic battery

False reporting

Theft

Invasion of privacy

Domestic battery

Charles M. Francis

Prostitution

Dealing controlled substance

Poss marij, official misconduct

Dealing controlled substance

Maint common nuisance, poss marij

Eugene Gary Pidde

Nancy Cherie Brewer

Joshua Steven Coy

April Jean Baldwin

Public intox, intimidation

Criminal Trespass

Theft, public intox

Criminal trespass

Anthony Neal Hollis

Criminal recklessness

Fraud

Poss cocaine or narcot, maint comm nuisance

Battery, criminal recklessness

Content in the Watchdog Weekly publication has been deemed public information by the Freedom of Information Act, and is provided to the general public by law enforcement agencies. Watchdog Weekly has obtained this information from the public record and compiled it here. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Watchdog Weekly is not affiliated, supported by, or in any way connected with any law enforcement or government agency. Watchdog Weekly makes no claims as to the guilt or innocence of those pictured. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those pictured. Everyone arrested is innocent until proven guilty.

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Identity Theft What is Identity Theft? The U.S. Department of Justice defines identity theft this way: “Identity theft is a crime. Identity theft and identity fraud are terms used to refer to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person’s personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain. It can range from unauthorized use of a credit card or check to a comprehensive takeover of another person’s identity

Few Crimes have made people more anx-

ious more quickly as the sudden onslaught of identity theft. It’s in the news every night. People are worried that someone is going to run up charges on their credit cards, or fleece their bank accounts. There is reason to worry: All a thief has to do is steal something as basic as a Social Security number to become a real public enemy. And while these crimes are relatively easy to commit, investigating and prosecuting them are complex and time-consuming matters. Therefore, it’s up to all of us to be identity-smart and make sure we keep this crime from spreading.

A Crook’s Bag of Tricks Here’s a sample of the way identity thieves commit their crimes. • Go “Dumpster Diving” by digging through garbage cans or communal dumpsters in search of cancelled checks, credit card and bank statements, or “preapproved” credit card offers • Steal credit card payments and other outgoing mail from private, curbside mailboxes • Take important documents such as birth certificates, passports, copies of tax returns, and the like during a burglary of your house • File a change of address form in your name to divert mail and gather personal and financial data • Lift driver’s license numbers, Social Security numbers, phone numbers, or other identifiers from checks • Take advantage of peer-to-peer file sharing software such as Limewire • “Phish” by sending a legitimate-looking email that directs you to a phony website that looks legitimate and asks you for your personal and financial data • “Pharm,” a tactic by which criminals “hijack” whole domains to their own sites and gather the personal and financial data of users who believe they’re communicating through their customary service provider. • Send fraudulent “spam” emails that promise huge prizes or bargains in return for personal and financial information. These emails may ask you to wire money in return for much larger sums of money (lottery winnings, inheritances, etc.) • Send fake electronic IRS forms to gather personal information and financial data (Note: The IRS never requests information by email.) • Hack into a computer that contains your personal records and steal the data

Repairing the Damage Step 1: Call the Police. As soon as you can, contact your local police or sheriff ’s department, and get a copy and/or the number of your report. Step 2: Check Your Bank Accounts. If someone has illegally used your account, close the account right away and ask your bank to notify its check verification service. Step 3: Contact the Credit Reporting Agencies. As soon as you realize your identity has been stolen, contact Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion to flag your account. Step 4: Work With your Creditors. You have 60 days from the date you normally receive your bill to contact the creditors that you believe have been affected

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Protect yourself online For more information visit: www.watchdogweekly.com/ identitytheft

How to protect yourself from identity theft Mail Matters • Don’t put outgoing mail, especially bill payments, in personal curbside mailboxes. Try to use Post Office mailboxes instead. • Don’t write your account number or Social Security number on the outside of envelopes. • When you’re out of town, have the post office hold your mail for you, or have someone you trust pick it up every day.

E-Commerce • Look for evidence that you’re doing business on a secure site. In your browser address bar, look for “https…” at the beginning of the site’s web address. Look for the lock icon as well. • Don’t give out any personal information unless the site is secure. • Do not send personal information via email. No credible agency will ask for this information by email. Credible agencies will direct you to go to their secure site, log in, and enter the information there. Again, be sure the site is secure, and call the agency if you have any questions about legitimacy. • Destroy the hard drive of your computer if you are selling it, giving it away, or otherwise disposing of it. Don’t just erase the hard drive; physically remove it. • Subscribe to an online identity protection service. Go to: www.watchdogweekly.com/IdentityTheft for more information.

Personal Finance • Examine your credit reports from the major national credit reporting firms at least once per year to make sure no one is out there negatively affecting your credit using your identity. • Always shred financial statements, billing statements, and “preapproved” credit card offers rather than just throwing them away.


Indianapolis Recent Indianapolis Arrestees – Those pictured are INNOCENT until proven guilty

Cherise Lynn Sanders

William R. Sheppard

Richard E. Frey

Kenric D. Billingsley

Eric Fontez Beasley

Gary R. Bartunek

Jonnet Doletha Taylor

Stephanie Diane Hale

Balfret Alvarez-Rdgz

Crystal June Rightor

Michael Elden Berg

Donald Glenn Bales

Natasha Rose Russ

Timothy Ryan Deal

David W. Scroughams

Sergio Paliero-Alameda

George Alvis

Roger Ray Dye

Rhett A. Zimmerman

Nathaniel A. Quinlan

William Lamont Fells

Justin Daniel Potter

Theft

Synthetic identity decept, false inform

Public Intox, Reckless Driving, OVWI

Possession of Cocaine

Battery

Theft

OVWI with Previous Conviction

Child molesting

Theft

Synth Identity Decept, False Reporting

Public Intox, Resisting, Intimidation

Resisting Law Enforcement

Minor Poss Alcohol, No Lic, OWI

OWI

Poss cocaine or narcot, OWI, DWS

Criminal Trespass

Disorderly Conduct, Pub Intox, OWI

OWI with Previous Conviction

Residential Entry

Burglary, Residential Entry, Theft

Escape

OWI

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Content in the Watchdog Weekly publication has been deemed public information by the Freedom of Information Act, and is provided to the general public by law enforcement agencies. Watchdog Weekly has obtained this information from the public record and compiled it here. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Watchdog Weekly is not affiliated, supported by, or in any way connected with any law enforcement or government agency. Watchdog Weekly makes no claims as to the guilt or innocence of those pictured. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those pictured. Everyone arrested is innocent until proven guilty.

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Marion County Sex and/or Violent Offenders From the Indiana Sheriff ’s Sex and Violent Offender Registry

As of June 8, 2010

Live, work or go to school within 1 Mile of Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Adam J McGill

Criminal Confinement (less than 18 yrs)

Gary Lee Barnes

Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Lonnie K. Piercefield

Matthew A. Trent

Child Molesting

Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Violent Offender

Paula Kay Willoughby Murder

Scott A. Bonecutter Child Molesting

Live, work or go to school within 2 Miles of Butler University

Violent Offender Carlton Fay Williams Second Degree Murder

Sex Predator Edgar Lewis Ratcliffe Incest

James E Liggins

Jaree Donyelle Weeks

Child Molesting, Child Solicitation

Criminal Confinement (less than 18 yrs)

Jason Neal Cooper Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Toshia Denise Clay

Criminal Confinement (less than 18 yrs)

Live, work or go to school within 1 Mile of Washington Square Mall

Violent Offender Benjamin J. Mason Child Solicitation

Curtis W Cooksey Sexual Battery

Daniel Lee Helber

DJ Luckett

Child Molesting

Child Molesting

Jason Allen Wells ChildMolesting

Kataza Taifa Murder

Live, work or go to school within 1 Mile of Southern Plaza

Donald Lynn Shannon Child Molesting

Derek Levi Webber Indecent Liberties w/Minor

Violent Offender James Arlen Pate

Kevin Edward Harris

Voluntary Manslaughter

Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Roy C. Janniche

Indecent Act w/Minor

Sex Predator

Ronald William Huck Child Molesting

All information on sex and/or violent offenders has been deemed public information, and was obtained directly from the Indiana Sheriffs’ Sex and Violent Offender Registry. Watchdog Weekly makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Those pictured are not all child predators. Information provided in Watchdog Weekly must not be used to harass, disparage, or otherwise discriminate against those depicted. Watchdog Weekly does not make any claims as to whether or not those pictured are currently dangerous or currently engaging in any illegal activities, whatsoever. However, they are all registered sex and/or violent offenders.

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anted: Henry Martinez

Wanted: Henry Martinez

Indianapolis, IN,1, June 1, 2010: Indianapolis Metropolitan police are are looking for dianapolis, IN, June 2010: Indianapolis Metropolitan police Wanted: Henry Martinez looking for HenryisMartinez. is wanted for Sexual andConfinement, nry Martinez. Martinez wantedMartinez for Sexual Battery, and Battery, Criminal Criminal Confinement, both class D felonies. Indianapolis, IN, June 1, 2010: Indianapolis Metropolitan police are looking for h class D felonies. Henry is described as a Hispanic male, 5-feet- and Criminal Confinement, HenryMartinez Martinez. Martinez is wanted for33-years-old, Sexual Battery, 8-inches tall, 198-pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Martinez’s last nry Martinez is described as a Hispanic male, 33-years-old, 5-feet-8-inches tall, both class D felonies. addresshair was in thebrown 6000 block of Magdalene Drive. photo ofaddress the 8-pounds,known with black and eyes. Martinez’s lastAknown was in suspect can be seen at www.crimetips.org. Henry is described a Hispanic 33-years-old, 5-feet-8-inches tall, 6000 block of Martinez Magdalene Drive. Aasphoto of themale, suspect can be seen at If you have any information that will assist authorities, call Crime Stop198-pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Martinez’s last known address was in w.crimetips.org. CRIME OF CENTRAL INDIANA Tip Hotline: 317 262 TIPS STOPPERS OF CENTRAL INDIANA Tip Hotline: 317 ME STOPPERS OFSTOPPERS CENTRAL INDIANA Tip Hotline: 317 262 TIPSCRIME pers at 262-TIPS (800-222-TIPS) or submit an online anonymous tip at the 6000 block of Magdalene Drive. A photo of the suspect can be seen at CRIME STOPPERS OF CENTRAL INDIANA Tip Hotline: 317 262 TIPS 7549 West Morris Street 800 222 TIPS 7549 West Morris Street 800 West Morris Street You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for 800 222 TIPS a cash you haveCrimeTips.org. any information that will assist authorities, call Crime Stoppers at 7549 West Morris Street 800 222 TIPS www.crimetips.org. Indianapolis, IN 46231 crimetips.org crim napolis, IN 46231 crimetips.orgIndianapolis, IN 46231 reward of up to $1000 if the information leads to a felony Only 2-TIPS (800-222-TIPS) or submit an online anonymous tiparrest. at CrimeTips.org. You Indianapolis, IN 46231 crimetips.org 317 481 5155 crime@crimetips.org 317 481 5155 crime@crim 81 5155 crime@crimetips.org anonymous callers to Crime for these cash If you have information that assist authorities, call 481 Crime 5155 crime@crimetips.org remain anonymous andany may be Stoppers eligible are foreligible a will cash reward ofrewards. up 317 to $1000 if the Stoppers at 262-TIPS (800-222-TIPS) or submit an online anonymous tip at CrimeTips.org. You rmation May leads to a felonyMay arrest. Only anonymous callers to Crime Stoppers FOR are MAY 11, 2010 RELEASE FOR RELEASE 25, 2010 ELEASE 25, 2010 will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000 if the FOR MAY 11, 2010 RELEASE ible for these cash rewards. leadsCase# to a felony arrest. Only anonymous callers to Crime Stoppers areCase # 100502 Crime Stoppers 100504 Crime Stoppers Stoppers information Case# 100504 Crime Stoppers Case # 100502 ### eligible for these cash rewards. Contact: Contact: ct: Contact: ### Steve DuBois Steven DuBois DuBois Steven DuBois Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana Stoppers of Central Indiana Crime Stoppers Central 317 of 481 5155 Indiana 81 5155 317 481 5155 317 481 5155 SteveDubois@CrimeTips.org SteveDuBois@CrimeTips.org Dubois@CrimeTips.org SteveDuBois@CrimeTips.org

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Wanted for Theft

Composite of suspect wanted for sexual assault released Mooresville, IN, May 25, 2010: Detective Brad Yarnell of the Mooresville Composite of suspect wanted for sexual assault rele Indianapolis, IN, May 11, 2010: Detective Patterson of the Indianapolis Composite of suspect wanted forJeffrey sexual assault released Police Department is looking for the identity of a man wanted for theft from Metropolitan Police Department released a sketch of a man who committed a Mooresville nursing home. On May 3, 2010, sometime between 4:30 p.m. Indianapolis, IN, May 11, 2010: Detective Jeffrey Pattersona of the India sexual assault the11, Indianapolis north eastJeffrey side. 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Mug Shot Match Game Use the clues to match the mug shot with the charges.

How To solve: Using the clues below try to determine who was arrested for what. Place an “X” in the boxes when you are

able to eliminate a charge someone was NOT arrested for. Place a checkmark in the corresponding box on the chart when you determine what they WERE arrested for. Be sure to X out all the other possibilities for that person, as well as everyone else for that particular charge. Word of caution -read the clues very carefully - they’re tricky!

Solutions can be found on page 13 Mary Delgado

Michelle Rodriguez

Macaulay Culkin

Carmen Electra

Shia LaBeouf

Probation Violation for Hit-and-Run DUI Battery Drug Possession Disorderly Conduct/ Public Intox/Resisting Arrest

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1. The person who was arrested for DUI was not female 2. Shia Le Beouf was not the man arrested for drug possession. 3.Mary Delgado wasn’t arrested for battery 4. Michelle Rodriguez was arrested for a Probation Violation.

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Indy 500 – May 2010 From the Speedway Police Department Race Weekend Arrests

Friday, 5-28-10 8 am - Sunday, 5-30-10 5:30 pm

1 - Battery 1 - Disorderly Conduct 1 – Driving While Suspended Prior 4 – Neglect of Dependents 1 – Operating never receiving License 1- Operating Vehicle While Intoxicated 5 – Possession of Marijuana 20 – Public Intoxication 1 – Resisting Law Enforcement 2 – Theft 1 – Warrant – Driving While Susp. Prior 1 – Warrant – Operating Never Rec. Lic. 1 – OVWI 1 – Warrant – Poss. Alcohol By Minor 1 – Warrant – Public Intoxication

42 – TOTAL ARRESTS

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Indy 500 Driver Ticketed for Speeding Before Race Race driver Tomas Scheckter must have been excited and was hurrying to get to his start position (20th) at this year’s Indianapolis 500, when two days before the race he was issued a ticket for “driving at an unreasonable speed”. The speed limit on Interstate 65 in Indianapolis is 55 miles per hour, however police say that since Scheckter was weaving in and out of traffic it was difficult to clock him. Some have estimated his speed at “over 100” and even Scheckter admits he could have been arrested, but was ticketed instead. The ticket carries a fine of $175 - $500. Incidentally, he came in 15th in this years race – at least he wasn’t late.


Wanted on Warrants Boone County Warrants

Greene County Warrants

Auto Theft

Battery with Injury

Failure to Appear Theft

Austin Walton

Michael Boulanger

Darvin Crane

Kristopher Folsom

Lee Long

Rodney Perry

Vanessa McKinney

Jonathan Quillen

Jared Kugler

Michael A. Steele

Amber Watson

Intimidation

Chet Lock

Resisting Law Enforcement

Joseph M. Wilhoite

Driving While Suspended

DUI Battery Drug Possession Disorderly Conduct/Public Intox/Resisting Arrest

Buglary, Theft

Intimidation, Theft, Poss Marij

Probation Violation, Forgery, Theft

Mug Shot Mary Delgado Match Solution Probation Violation for Hit-and-Run

Invasion of Privacy

Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury

Michelle Rodriguez

McCauley Culkin

Carmen Electra

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Samantha Dow Theft

Raul Sepulveda Jr. DWS

Domestic Battery

Boone County Sex/Violent Offenders

Child molesting

Illegal Poss Alcohol, False Informing

Shia LeBeouf

Darrell Lewis

David Brian Cochran

OVWI

Joanna Lynn Smith Sexual misconduct with a minor

Mark Allen Bowman

Nathan A. Bowen

Sexual Misconduct w/Minor

Sexual battery

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Sex Predator

Nicholas Adam Clark Child molesting

As of June 8, 2010

Paul Brian Ford Sexual Battery


Celebrity Arrests Those pictured are INNOCENT until proven guilty Actor Daniel Baldwin, 46, was arrested in Santa Monica, California on November 7, 2006, after allegedly stealing a friend’s SUV. Police investigating the theft checked his hotel room and discovered illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia. He was charged with drug possession and auto theft, but failed to show up for his court date on the theft charges. On February 6, 2007 an arrest warrant was issued for his failure to appear for his arraignment. He later participated in the VH1 show “Celebrity Rehab”, but left after a few episodes under suspicion of harassment of a cast mate.

Nick Bollea, son of famed wrestler Hulk Hogan, was arrested on a dangerous driving charge on November 7, 2007, after driving 106 miles per hour on a Florida highway. According to officials, Bollea was in his father’s Toyota Supra when he lost control of the car. The car flipped and then collided with a palm tree. He has had his driving license suspended for a year. His passenger and close friend was critically injured and will require 24-hour-a-day care for the rest of his life. Bollea served 5 months.

No stranger to law enforcement, Rapper DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons was arrested in May, 2008, on drug and animal cruelty charges after Arizona Sheriff ’s deputies raided his home. Authorities found dog carcasses and malnourished pit bulls at the residence. Some drugs and firearms were also found during the raid. The rapper blamed an employee he had hired to care for the dogs, but the judge presiding over the case didn’t buy the story. The court pointed out that the responsibility fell to the rapper because he was the owner of the dogs. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 18 months of supervised probation on animal cruelty and drug charges.

In September 2008, actor Ryan O’Neal and his son Redmond (mother is the late Farrah Fawcett), 24, were arrested on suspicion of meth possession. The two were arrested at the star’s home in Malibu. The drug was found in Redmond’s possession and a vial was discovered in Ryan’s bedroom. The search was being conducted in relation to Redmond’s probation; he was arrested the previous year on charges of possession of heroin and meth while driving under the influence. In 2010, while in rehab, Redmond was taken into custody on drug charges while on a 24-hour leave. He faces up to 6 years in prison. All charges against Ryan O’Neal were dropped.

On July 12, 2009, Jeffrey Donovan, star of “Burn Notice,” was arrested in Miami Beach on suspicion of drunken driving. Police stopped Donovan after they saw him swerving his car to avoid back ending the police car. Donovan was arrested after he failed a field sobriety test. The actor refused to take a breathalyzer test. According to the police report, Donovan allegedly said “I really think I’m only borderline and not too drunk”, “Sorry, I didn’t see the red light or your stopped car”, “I had three drinks at the Fontainebleau”, and “The only mistake I made tonight was drinking Benadryl with three glasses of wine.”

Three’s Company star Joyce DeWitt, was arrested and charged with drunk driving May 2009. DeWitt, 60, got the attention of police when she drove through a barrier set up near a park in El Segundo, California. Police pulled over DeWitt’s vehicle and while speaking with her, smelled alcohol on her breath. They then administered a field sobriety test which she failed. DeWitt was then taken to the local police station where she was charged with drunk driving. In May 2010, she pled no contest and was placed on three year’s probation and ordered to undergo a nine-month alcohol program.

Former LSU quarterback and Fox Sports announcer, and brother of USC quarterback John David Booty, Josh Booty was arrested in Orange County on Feb. 13, 2008, on suspicion of driving under the influence. Reportedly, once Booty was in jail he became uncooperative to the point where deputies used a taser to control him.

Dec. 9, 2008, ex-Illinois-Governor Rod Blagojevich was arrested on federal charges of trying to sell the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Barack Obama, and leveraging the powers of his office to enrich himself and a close ring of associates. The charges included racketeering, attempted extortion, bribery, conspiracy to commit bribery and conspiracy to commit extortion. He was later impeached and removed from office. His trial began June 3, 2010.

Employment Denied An Ohio woman was trying to get a job at an Ohio police station, but, instead she was arrested. Police allege that 45-year-old Lori Furry is a drug dealer and authorities say they’ve been watching her for months; they even allege that undercover officers have bought drugs from her before. She looked and sounded like any applicant applying for a position with the alliance police department. The 2009 ITT Technical Institute graduate wanted to be a computer analyst working on juvenile crimes and identity theft. During the interview, she responded with a sworn, videotaped statement, saying, “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do...This is the job I want...anything to help kids. I love children.” But unbeknownst to Furry, police already knew everything they needed to know. She’d been under surveillance for six months and undercover cops say they purchased drugs from her on three separate occasions. Saturday night, officers raided her home and found drug paraphernalia and cash. They say Furry told them that she had recently sold her last stash of cocaine. Detectives believe she wanted the job to gain access to police computers and monitor drug investigations. They say now that they foiled her plan, she may be facing her worst fear, as revealed in that interview: “I’m scared to death of jails.”

Source: www.winknews.com

Laurie Ralston decided to apply for a job as a police dispatcher for the Amherst police department. Whether it be a lack of common sense, a lack of knowledge of background checks or both, her interview wasn’t a pleasant one. During the background check process of her application, police found that she had a total of 17 traffic convictions. Those convictions included seven speeding tickets and two convictions for driving without a license. In addition to the abysmal driving record, they found warrants for failure to appear on some traffic charges. When she was called in for what she thought was a job interview, she was promptly arrested. Obviously, she wasn’t hired.

Source: www.shortnews.com

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