News From Terre Haute, Indiana

May 21, 2013

Vigo County Jail Log: May 21, 2013

Staff Report
The Tribune-Star

TERRE HAUTE — The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement on Monday and Tuesday, based on jail records. Charges are recommended by arresting officers but are not final until the Vigo County prosecutor reviews the case and files official charges.


Michael E. Hann, 40, 1200 block of North Maple Avenue, Terre Haute. Booked 1:02 p.m. Criminal trespassing.

Charles M. Woods, 27, 2000 block of Locust Street, Terre Haute. Booked 3:42 p.m. Probation violation.

Kenneth Baker Jr., 31, 2800 block of West U.S. 40, West Terre Haute. Booked 4:11 p.m. Resisting law enforcement, reckless driving, criminal recklessness, driving while intoxicated and criminal trespassing.

Bradley A. Lawson, 38, 16100 block of South All Street, Lewis. Booked 4:32 p.m. Manufacture methamphetamine, possession of a chemical reagent and failure to appear.

Anthony S. King, 39, 1200 block of South Ninth Street, Terre Haute. Booked 5:02 p.m. Driving while suspended (two counts).

Kimberly R. Bedford, 34, 5800 block of  Wildflower Drive, Indianapolis. Booked 6:47 p.m. Possession marijuana/hash and possession of a handgun.

Darius Jackson, 28, 2800 block of West 29th Street, Indianapolis. Booked 7:44 p.m. Possession marijuana/hash and operating while intoxicated.

Albert L. Hamilton, 38, 600 block of Third Avenue, Terre Haute. Booked 8:04 p.m. Probation violation.

Cortez L. Atkins, 40, 3800 block of North 19th Street, Terre Haute. Booked 8:29 p.m. Failure to appear.

Bernard Wills, 20, no address, Terre Haute. Booked 9:04 p.m. Failure to appear.

Nicole M. Miller, 23, 600 block of North Baltimore Avenue, Cocoa, Fla. Booked 9:09 p.m. Failure to appear and probation violation.

Christopher J. Orman, 19, 1600 block of East Seventh Avenue, Terre Haute. Booked 10:22 p.m. Battery-domestic and battery (two counts).


Joshua L. Fields, 22, 100 block of North 22nd Street, Terre Haute. Booked 2:04 a.m. Probation violation and failure to appear (two counts).

Under the law, criminal charges are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.