UPDATED BY MARIA SIEVERDING NOVEMBER 25, 2015 9 A.M.
Versailles couple arrested for drug dealing
Two Versailles residents were arrested for drug dealing. Joe Mann, Versailles town marshal, reported that he received information Nov. 21 about illegal activity at 633 Floyd Drive in Versailles. Mann obtained a search warrant for the Robert and Carrie Tackett residence. During the execution several items of evidence were seized. Robert Tackett, 62, and wife Carrie, 51, were arrested on drug-related charges, taken to the Ripley County Jail and posted bond. Versailles Police Department was assisted by the Ripley County Sheriff’s Department.
Red Kettle Campaign: Help your community
Salvation Army needs volunteers
The Salvation Army is signing up Bell Ringers for the Red Kettle Campaign: “The Money Raised Here Stays Here.” The Red Kettle Campaign Kickoff started November 14 and runs until December 23. An individual or a group may sign up to volunteer for one or two more hours. The Salvation Army has a new tool online to sign up. Visit www.registertoring.com
or call 812-363-4238 to reserve your spot on the schedule.
UPDATED BY MARIA SIEVERDING NOVEMBER 24, 2015 2:30 P.M.
3 cell mates testify
Closing statements by State and Defense
There were seven people who testified and put Allison Moore at the scene of the crime Dec. 30, 2012. Four young men involved in the crime that resulted in Nancy Hershman’s death, now ages 18 to 22, took the stand in the beginning days of the six day trial, saying Moore held the gun and two said they heard the shot and saw the flash. The other two boys never got out of the car. But, before the State and the Defense would rest, three more people, cell mates of Moore’s, would make statements that implicated her in the murder, mainly through her own statements in jail.
(Pick up a copy of the Osgood Journal dated Nov. 24 at your local newsstand to read the entire story.)
Local church to host community Thanksgiving meal
A Versailles church is providing a Thanksgiving dinner to those who may be without this holiday. The Versailles Church of Christ’s Out Reach Team will prepare their first annual free community Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trimmings for Thursday, Nov. 26, from 11 to 1 p.m. They are looking forward to offering dinners to those who may not otherwise be able to have one. These dinners will be available for pick up or they are welcome to dine in at the church basement. Drinks will be available for those eating in. To reserve a dinner, call 812-689-5249 or 513-479-4505 and include your name, number of meals needed, and whether you will want carryout or to dine at the church.
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