Tag Archive for Floyd County

Kayla Crawford, 19, Louisville, Arrested for Meth, Pot and Allegedly Biting an Officer

Monday, May 1, 2017, 5:16 PM

Shortly after 10:00 this morning, Floyd County Dispatch received a report of a physical domestic disturbance on Interstate 64, near exit 119, and Indiana Conservation Officer Paul Crockett was nearby. Officer Crockett observed Crawford walking barefoot into oncoming interstate traffic, and she fled upon his commands to stop.

A foot pursuit ensued, and upon apprehension, Kayla Crawford allegedly bit a Milltown Police Officer, who had arrived to assist. After Crawford was taken into custody, she was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, multiple prescription pills, and marijuana.

Kayla Crawford, 19, was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, Battery on a Police Officer, and Resisting Law Enforcement.

Crawford was arrested and incarcerated at the Floyd County Jail -The other party involved in the domestic disturbance was not located at the scene. Assisting agencies included Milltown Police, Indiana State Police, and New Albany Police.

All charges are merely accusations and defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

SOURCE: Indiana DNR Law Enforcement

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Floyd County Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery of Cocaine and $10,000

Friday, April 28, 2017, 10:36 AM

Floyd County – Yesterday evening, trooper Brandon Farias was working on Interstate #64 near the 121 Mile Marker when he stopped a 2002 silver Chrysler PT Cruiser traveling East at 100 miles per hour. The driver was a juvenile female from Owensboro, Kentucky that did not have a driver’s license. There were two other juvenile females in the car along with Nazarine Lamar Ingram, 41, from Louisville, KY.

During the traffic stop, a Georgetown Police Officer and his police K-9 assisted trooper Farias with a walk around sniff of the stopped car. The K-9 alerted on the vehicle indicating a presence of a controlled substance. A search of the vehicle was completed with officers locating a small children’s backpack under the front passenger seat containing $10,000.00 in U.S. Currency. Officers also located alleged Cocaine in the vehicle.

The juvenile driver was cited for Reckless Driving and Operating without Ever Receiving a License. The front seat passenger, Nazarine Lamar Ingram, was placed under arrest and transported to the Floyd County Jail on the charges of Possession of Cocaine/Narcotic Drug; Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Taking a Child to a Nuisance.

All Subjects are Innocent Until and Unless Proven Guilty in a Court of Law

SOURCE: Indiana State Police – Sellersburg District 45

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Matthew S. Binegar, 41, from Bainbridge, OH, Arrested For Stealing a Car, Reckless Driving & DWI

Monday, April 10, 2017, 8:39 AM

Floyd County – Last night at approximately 10:58 pm, Trooper Patrick Stinson made a traffic stop on Interstate #64 westbound at the 119 Mile Marker, (Georgetown). The traffic stop was for speeding 94 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone.

During his traffic stop, investigation trooper Stinson determined the driver, Matthew S. Binegar, 41, from Cliff Run Road in Bainbridge, OH, was driving under the influence of alcohol.

When trooper Stinson ran the driver and car information, he discovered the vehicle, a 2005 Nissan Sentra, was stolen from Sparta, KY earlier in the day.

Matthew S. Binegar was arrested and charged with Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Reckless Driving and Driving while Intoxicated. He was incarcerated at the Floyd County Jail.

All Subjects are Innocent Until and Unless Proven Guilty in a Court of Law

SOURCE: Indiana State Police-Sellersburg District 45

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