Law enforcement kept busy over Easter Weekend




-At 4:21-pm on Sunday, authorities received a report of a window broken at the Hydrant Bar.     Police learned who the possible suspect was and followed leads to the Angle Inn, but he was not located.  At 8:15pm last night a caller reported someone tried to enter their residence. The subject was said to be intoxicated.  39-year-old Chad Harrington of Lawrenceville, Illinois was arrested for burglary, theft and criminal mischief. He was the suspected in the incident at the Hydrant.

– In a separate incident at the Hydrant, a man was arrested after crashing a vehicle into the bar. That happened on Saturday.  67-year-old John E. Hill of Washington was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

-The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department investigated a reported domestic incident in Montgomery Sunday.  39-year-old Damon M. Dant was arrested for domestic battery and strangulation.  No bond was set at the Daviess County Security Center.

-A Washington woman was jailed on Easter after some calls reporting a reckless driver in the southeast part of Washington.  According to reports 36-year-old Candy L. Enlow was driving and allegedly chasing another vehicle and  and hitting vehicles as she passed.  She caught up with a parked vehicle on Indiana Avenue and reports say she got out and hit a man on the head.  She was arrested for criminal recklessness with a vehicle and reckless driving.  No bond was set. The incident began about 12:32 yesterday.

-An Evansville man was arrested for domestic battery, disorderly conduct and intimidation.  37-year-old Bryan R. McIntyre was charged after police were called to an Axtel Avenue residence Saturday.  Bond was set at $7500.

-Overnight, the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrested 20-year-old Michelle d. Holland of Washington. She’s charged with minor consuming and operating while intoxicated.

-Indiana State Police arrested 35-year-old Christopher Hupp of Loogootee early today.  He’s charged with operating while intoxicated refusal and being a habitual traffic violator.


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