Two Arrested After Accident In Jasper; Kentucky Woman Arrested After Stopped On I-64 (BLOTTER)

JASPER (NNDC) – Both drivers involved in a two-vehicle accident late last night in Jasper ended up in jail.

Jasper police say shortly before 11pm, 51-year old Christine Lubbehusen of Jasper northbound on Newton near 37th Street intersectionwhen her car crossed the center line and collided with a southbound SUV driven by 27-year old Iris Lopez, also of Jasper.

JPD says Lubbehusen was unresponsive at the scene of the accident. She was taken by ambulance to Memorial Hospital where it was determined she was intoxicated. Her blood alcohol content tested at .10%.

While investigatin the accident, JPD discovered that Lopez had never been licensed. Neither driver was hurt as a result of the accident.

Lubbehusen was charged her with operating while intoxicated and endangerment. She was booked into the Dubois County Security Center.

Lopez was charged with operating without ever having received a license and was taken to DCSC.

FERDINAND (Indiana State Police) – A Wednesday afternoon traffic stop landed a Kentucky woman in jail for illegally possessing steroids and needles.

At about 1:30pm, Master Trooper Brian LaRoche stopped a gray 2012 Ford on the eastbound side of Interstate 64 at the 62 mile marker for speeding. While speaking with the driver, Jennifer D. Carroll, 24, Brandenberg, KY, M/Trp LaRoche learned that Carroll did not have a valid driver’s license.

Master Trooper LaRoche, continuing his investigation, also found that Carroll was in possession of 25 glass vials of anabolic steroids without a prescription and numerous hypodermic needles, both of which are Level 6 felonies.

Carroll is charged with Possession of Anabolic Steroids, aLevel 6 Felony and Possession of Hypodermic Needles, also a Level 6 Felony.

Carroll was placed into custody without incident and lodged in the Dubois County Security Center in Jasper.

Photos: Indiana State Police Jasper Post


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