Scanner for May 24
A two-vehicle accident resulted in traffic citations for both drivers involved in the mishap Tuesday morning, Greencastle City Police reported.
At 8:05 a.m., John York, 40, Greencastle, was southbound on Jackson Street, crossing the railroad tracks south of Veterans Highway, when his 2004 Kia Sedona was reportedly sideswiped by a northbound 2004 GMC Denali, driven by Nichol Brown, 32, Greencastle.
Capt. Mike Hanlon reported that the Brown vehicle crossed into York's lane as she went over the tracks, resulting in a collision that caused an estimated $5,000-$10,000 damage.
Brown was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license, while York was ticketed for having an expired license plate.
Five additional traffic citations were issued recently by city officers.
-- At 3:35 p.m. Monday, David Wright, 62, Greencastle, was ticketed on Indianapolis Road by Officer Darrel Bunten for having an expired license plate (December 2010).
-- At 3 a.m. Sunday, Anthony Lehr, 21, Greencastle, was cited at Wood and Tennessee streets by Officer Matt Huffman for driving with a suspended license with a prior offense.
-- At 11:31 p.m. Friday, Nicole Richardson, 23, Fillmore, was ticketed at State Road 240 and First Street by Officer Nick Eastham for driving with a suspended license with a prior offense.
-- At 10:44 p.m. Friday, Dylan Harrison, 18, Greencastle, was cited by Officer Eastham on State Road 240 near Walmart Distribution for 60 mph in a 40-mph zone.
--At 10:18 p.m. Friday, Luo Sijia, 20, Greencastle, was ticketed by Officer Eastham on Bloomington Street, south of Veterans Highway, for 51 mph in a 30-mph zone.
Information included in the Putnam Scanner is taken from reports provided to the Banner Graphic by the Greencastle Police, the Greencastle Fire and the Putnam County Sheriff's departments.
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