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[ISP] Two Traffic Stops, Same Result; Criminal Arrests
Start Date: 1/29/2012
End Date: 1/29/2012
Entry Description

Fayette County – Early this morning, around 12:10 a.m. Pendleton Trooper Aaron Edwards was patrolling on State Road One near Big Bear Road when he observed a semi tractor drive left of center.  Driving left of center when not permitted is one of the leading causes of crashes in Indiana.

Trooper Edwards got the semi stopped, and while doing a license check found the driver, Jeffrey D. Flynn, 43, of Connersville, was wanted on a warrant out of Franklin County for Class “D” Felony Child Neglect.  He was transported and lodged in the Franklin County Jail.

At approximately 2:45 a.m. this morning Pendleton Trooper Richard Clay was patrolling in the city of Anderson when he clocked a gray 2001 BMW driving in excess of the posted speed.  Excessive speed is also one of the leading causes of crashes in Indiana.

After stopping the vehicle and further investigation, the driver, Marlon Jackson, 40, of Anderson was arrested and transported to the Madison County Jail on suspicion of Operating While Intoxicated.  While at the jail he was also found to be in Possession of Marijuana under 30 grams, Class “A” Misdemeanor. Jackson was lodged on both misdemeanor charges.

The Pendleton District covers the eight counties of Delaware, Madison, Randolph, Henry Wayne and Union as well as Rush and Fayette counties.  The Indiana State Police is committed to reducing the number of impaired driving crashes as well as all crashes.    Motorists are encouraged to report suspected impaired drivers by calling 911. Give a vehicle description, location, and direction of travel. Never follow an impaired driver.

All criminal defendants are to be presumed innocent until, and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

Contact Information:
Name: Sergeant John Bowling
Phone: 800-527-4752
Email: jbowling@isp.in.gov
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