Putnam Scanner for Aug. 19, 2017
Six people were booked in the Putnam County Jail on Thursday.
• At 9:27 p.m. Michelle Suzanne Hilbert, 34, Cloverdale, was lodged at the jail for reckless driving while intoxicated with a prior conviction and driving with a BAC of .15 or higher.
• At 2:50 p.m. Sunday Dawn Hensley, 44, Fillmore, was taken into custody by court order.
• At 2:49 p.m. Robert Lewis Richardson, 47, Fillmore, was arrested by court order.
• At 11:15 a.m. Charlotte Lynn Ladigo, 41, Lebanon, was housed at the jail for theft.
• At 8:39 a.m. Dustin G.W. King, 28, Coatesville, was booked in by court order.
• At 3:56 a.m. Brittany Marie Saul, 20, Cloverdale, was lodged at the jail on an out-of-county warrant.
A 52-year-old Roachdale woman was arrested by Greencastle City Police on three charges after a minor vehicular pursuit Thursday evening.
• At 6:15 p.m. Lenora Kay Gibson was arrested by Officer Nick Eastham and charged with possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a property-damage accident.
Gibson was also cited for disregarding a stopsign and operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility.
Gibson’s car reportedly collided with another vehicle and left the scene of the accident with the other driver following and calling central dispatch, police said.
During the brief pursuit, Gibson reportedly drove 50 to 60 mph along city streets, including College Avenue, and disregarded at least one stopsign at Bloomington Street, police said.
Arrested at Putnam County Hospital where she had been taken for blood-alcohol testing, Gibson was lodged in the Putnam County Jail,
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.
Individuals listed in the blotter have been arrested on probable cause and have not been formally charged. Charging information may change after an initial arrest.
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