Other News Stories for Monday

Dubois County (NNDC):

Local Police busy with arrests over the last few days:

 Police leveled multiple preliminary charges Friday against a man after an afternoon report of domestic abuse..

A report of the domestic altercation in a vehicle resulted in police making contact with a female victim found who had a visible injury at Old Road 64 and County Road 630S, according to the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department.

The suspect, Stephen R. D’Esposito, 24, of Huntingburg, had left the scene in a Ford Fusion but police later made contact with him in the 100 block of Third Street in Holland.

In the course of being placed into custody, police said, D’Esposito allegedly became unruly, failed to obey police commands and spit on an Indiana State Police trooper’s hand.

Authorities booked D’Esposito into the Dubois County Security Center at 10:48 p.m. Friday on preliminary charges that included a Level 6 felony count of battery on law enforcement and misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, domestic battery and resisting law enforcement.  Huntingburg Police also assisted with the incident.


A man accused in a June warrant with failing to return to lawful detention was taken into custody Sunday night by the Ferdinand Police Department.

A Ferdinand Police were checking on the welfare of someone outside the Subway restaurant at 75 Industrial Park Road.  When the officer made contact with Elisha G. Seger, 22, 4677 S. State Road 162, Huntingburg.  Police said the subject of the welfare check had gotten out of a Chevrolet Venture van driven by Seger.

The officer determined Seger had an outstanding warrant for Level 6 felony failing to return to lawful detention. During a search of his person, police said, Seger was also found to be in possession of marijuana.

Court records allege that, on June 16, while serving a court-ordered sentence on work release, Seger failed to both report to work and return to the Dubois County Community Corrections Center. A warrant for his arrest was issued out of Dubois Circuit Court on June 19.

Authorities booked Seger into the Dubois County Security Center Sunday on the outstanding warrant and on a preliminary misdemeanor count of marijuana possession


Police allege an impaired motorist resisted officers after a traffic stop early Saturday on the city’s south side.

A Huntingburg Police Department officer observed a 1998 Ford pickup truck with an inoperable headlight and conducted a traffic stop near Main Street and 4th Avenue after observing the vehicle cross the centerline.

The driver, Ronald K. Bowman, 46, Tennyson, allegedly cussed at officers, was belligerent and refused to follow officer commands during the traffic stop in which he was physically placed into custody.

Police said Bowman’s blood alcohol content tested .16 percent in a blood draw at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center.

Authorities booked Bowman into the Dubois County Security Center on a preliminary Level 6 felony count of operating while intoxicated and a preliminary misdemeanor count of resisting law enforcement. The preliminary impaired driving count was enhanced to a felony because of a previous conviction for the offense within the last five years, according to authorities.


 The Dubois County Sheriff’s Department arrested Skyler Anderson of Mill St. in Jasper Saturday on a warrant charging him with a Level 4 felony count of child molesting alleging he had inappropriate contact with a child under the age of 14.The case was investigated by the Indiana State Police and the Department of Child Services resulting in his arrest.

Authorities booked Anderson into the Dubois County Security Center on Saturday.










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