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POLICE

April 7

Lloyd Hood, 54, was arrested and preliminarily charged with disorderly conduct. 

A woman and her juvenile daughter were walking north on 18th Street, near M Ave., when a water bottle was thrown out of a vehicle also traveling north on 18th St. The water bottle struck the child in the foot, but she was not injured. 

Reports were made of people knocking and looking in windows on Walnut Street in Mt. Summit. 

April 8

Bonnie Gibson, 44, was arrested and preliminarily charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and public intoxication. 

Zachary Jenkins, 30, was arrested and preliminarily charged with possession of a legend drug. 

Misty Thompson, 46, was arrested and preliminarily charged with resisting law enforcement, assisting a criminal and disorderly conduct. The criminal Thompson was allegedly assisting was William E. Elliott, 47, New Castle, who was also arrested on warrants for failure to appear for an outstanding theft charge, as well as a warrant for body attachment and failure to appear for driving while suspended. He was also preliminarily charged with resisting law enforcement. 

A male was reported trying to gain entry into vehicles parked along the road in the 200 block of S. 6th St. The man was gone when police arrived and officers were unable to locate him after searching the area. 

Police responded to Maplewood Terrace Apartments on S. 14th St. after a suspicious person was reported knocking on doors. They arrested Tosha Hicks, who had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear for driving while suspended. While being booked at Henry County Jail, two baggies of meth were allegedly found on Hicks’ person, and she was also preliminarily charged with possession of meth and trespassed from the apartment complex. 

April 9

Luke Davis, 23, was arrested and preliminarily charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and public intoxication. 

Andrew Goar, 51, was arrested and preliminarily charged with possession of meth and possession of a schedule 4 controlled substance.

Police were investigating a suspicious person in the 1000 block of S. 17th St. when the subject fled and refused to stop. K9 Lex apprehended the subject, Dakota Hancock, 22, New Castle, who was preliminarily charged with resisting law enforcement and possession of marijuana. He also had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear. After being treated and released for dog bites, Hancock was taken to Henry County Jail. 

Arrest information, including the name, age, address and criminal charges, are obtained from police media reports. All suspects are presumed innocent until found guilty in court.

GAS PRICES

Indiana low last 24 hours: $2.34 Columbus Ricker’s

Indiana high last 24 hours: $2.99 at several

New Castle: $2.65 at several

Knightstown: $2.53 at several

Spiceland: $2.59 Phillips 66

Muncie: $2.60 Marathon

Anderson: $2.58 at several

Indiana average one year ago: $2.40

Source: Indianagasprices.com at 12:40 p.m. Monday.