Crothersville Police Charge 5 With Drug Offenses After Traffic Stop

Five area residents face a variety of drug related charges after the vehicle in which they were riding was stopped for a traffic violation on Bethany Road in Crothersville.
According to Capt. J.L. McElfresh, on Monday, Sept. 4, around 10:15 p.m., Crothersville Reserve Officer Mike Weiler made a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation.
Weiler reported, “As I came to the intersection of Kovener and West Main Streets I saw a silver Chevrolet Aveo westbound on Main. I observed the vehicle with a very dim left tail light and no right tail light and no license plate light.”
Weiler said he followed the sub-compact vehicle, noting it had six occupants, to South Bethany Road where the driver failed to stop for the stop sign.
After turning on his emergency lights, Weiler reported the driver pulled into a driveway 105 S. Bethany Rd and fled on foot. The other five occupants of the vehicle were detained during the investigation.
The reserve officer reported during the investigation seeking the identity of the driver, drug paraphernalia, marijuana, and a syringe were located.
Officers were not able to locate the suspected driver, 20 year-old Logan Chase Roger.
The other occupants were arrested and taken to the Jackson County Jail. The following is the names and charges for those arrested:
•Kaylie Amber Jewell Mullins, 19, of Austin for visiting common nuisance
•Damon Wayne Hines, 48, of Scottsburg for possession of controlled substance and visiting common nuisance
•Jeffrey Kevin Powell, 19, of Tampico for visiting common nuisance and possession of marijuana
•Lora Mae Johnson, 43, of Brownstown for visiting common nuisance
•Alexus Gabriell Smith, 20, of Crothersville for visiting common nuisance, possession of paraphernalia, and possession of syringe.
During questioning that evening, Mullins told Officer Matt Browning that Alexus Smith had shoved what she thought was meth down the front of her pants. Browning then questioned Smith about what she shoved down her pants.
According to Weiler, “Alexus stated that she had put a ‘rig’ down her pants. Officer Browning asked what a rig was and she stated it was a syringe.”
Officer Browning asked her to remove the syringe and place it on the ground.
According to Jail commander Charlie Murphy, during the booking process jail officers found a toradol tablet and a suboxone strip in Hines pants pocket resulting him being charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Weiler and Browning were assisted at the scene by:
Crothersville Officer Chris Cooper, Chief of Police Brent Turner, and Reserve Officer Travis McElfresh.

Main Street Circle Residents Want Street Lights

It was standing room only last Tuesday for the monthly Crothersville Town Council meeting as residents of Main Street Circle filled the town hall seeking street lights and paving.
Main Street Circle at the eastern end of Main Street is the town’s most recent housing development established in 2001. At the time, developer Paul Scholl provided the, then, town board with plans to develop the empty field with up to 27 new homes.
However, before the subdivision was completed, the developer died.
Jim Martin, of 621 Main Street Circle, acted as spokesman for the group of about 20 residents.
“We’re here tonight to ask the town to accept the street so it can be paved and to install street lights,” he said. “Without street lighting the area is dark at night for the 23 children who reside in the neighborhood.”
He said to provide some level of safety, residents leave their porch lights on.
While supportive of the residents concerns, town council president Lenvel ‘Butch’ Robinson said more research needed to be done to determine if developer plans were approved by a previous council and if utilites and the street were installed to those specifications.
“This is something that happens frequently in small communities,” said town engineer Brad Bender. “Developers developing property, don’t finish, and there is no bond to cover any incompletion.”
Town attorney Jeff Lorenzo added that developers should post a performance bond at the start of beginning a development and after the utilities and streets are completed post a maintenance bond for three years before the governmental entity accepts the utilities as a part of the town system.
However, frequently small communities are so excited about new houses being built, those future legalities are overlooked or ignored in an effort to support additional residents coming to the community.
The council told the Main Street Circle crowd that they would study the matter, perhaps do some engineering tests, and have an answer on street, utility and street lights at their October meeting.
The council approved second reading of an ordinance to make it a fineable offense to mow grass and leave the resulting clippings in town streets. A public notice of the ordinance is found on page 6 of this edition of the Times.
“Grass clippings, leaves and other yard waste left in the streets and ditches cause a problem by clogging drains,” said Robinson. “The town has recently made great expense on improving storm water drainage and we don’t want that money to be wasted by yard waste plugging drains and culverts.”
The town determined that a significant portion of the debris in the streets results from residents leaving grass clippings, leaves and yard waste in streets when property maintenance is performed.
Residents who contract with a lawn mowing service are still responsible if the mowing contractor doesn’t clean clippings from the streets or alleys.
The first offense will result in a $20 fine, 2nd offense will cost $40; a third time will mean an $80 fine and any fourth or subsequent offense will cost the property owner $100.
In other matters, town engineer Brad Bender informed the council that the stormwater grant project has begun and that replacing three culverts in the west side of town will result in some traffic disruption.
Bethany Road will be closed approximately 10 days from Sept. 18-28 for the replacement of a larger box culvert to improve storm water drainage into Hominy Ditch.
He said after the Bethany Road culvert is installed and the street re-opened, culverts over Park and Kovener Streets will be replaced closing both of those streets at the same time for about 20 days while work is completed.

140 Parcels On County Delinquent Property Tax Sale List

According to a public notice ad beginning on page 3 of the print edition of the Crothersville Times and online under Public Notices, there are 140 parcels of property with delinquent taxes that could be sold at an auction at the courthouse on Friday, Oct. 27, beginning at 10 a.m.
Real estate on which property taxes have not been paid for 18 months are eligible to be offered for sale by the county for back taxes.
During the October auction, properties will be offered for late taxes and auction fees with a minimum beginning bid.
After the auction, the property owners have up to a year to ‘redeem’ or pay the successful bidder for his bid plus interest.
In the first six months, to redeem a property an owner must pay 10% of the minimum bid and 5% per annum for any bid amount over the minimum bid. After six months, the interest goes to 15%.
In this day of less than 1% savings accounts and 3% CD’s, many investors participate in tax sales as a way to earn better returns on their money.
Residents interested in bidding on the tax sale should register online at http://legacy.sri-taxsale.com/Tax/Indiana/Registration/.
Bidders should arrive the morning of the tax sale at least 30 minutes before the beginning time to be assured to receive your bid number before the start of the sale.
Bidders should bring their registration form and W9 form with you the morning of the tax sale. You will be able to print these forms from the registration web site, according to Jackson County Treasurer Roger Hurt.
Residents with property on the delinquent property tax list have until the day of the auction to pay the back taxes and have the property removed from the auction’s sale list.

Public Notices

9:13 School CPF Adoption

 

NOTICE OF ADOPTION AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE DISPOSAL OF GRASS CLIPPINGS AND YARD WASTE ON THE TOWN STREETS AND SETTING PENALTIES
Taxpayers, property owners and other interested parties in the Town of Crothersville, Indiana (“Town”) are hereby notified that the Town Council adopted an ordinance regulating yard waste on September 5, 2017. The ordinance contains fines and penalties for violations. The effective date of the ordinance is September 6, 2017.
SECTION 1. PREAMBLE
The Town Council makes the following findings:
The deposit and accumulation of grass clippings, leaves and other yard waste upon and into the streets of the Town have created a public problem by increasing the amount of waste and debris in the streets, making the Town less visually attractive, and increasing pollution and run-off into the Town’s storm sewers; and
The Town has recently made great expenses on storm water drainage and does not wish for its new infrastructure investment to be degraded by run-off of yard waste; and
A significant portion of the run-off and debris in the streets results from persons intentionally dumping or placing grass clippings, leaves and yard waste in the Town Streets; and
The current ordinances and procedures have failed to abate the dumping of waste into the streets.
SECTON 2. OFFENSE DEFINED
It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly cause grass clippings, leaves, or other debris or waste produced in conjunction with yard maintenance or gardening onto the streets, alleys, and other public ways of the Town of Crothersville.
In addition, a property owner is responsible to ensure that any persons hired to cut their grass or maintain their yard abide by this ordinance. Any grass or waste which inadvertently is caused to enter the streets or alleys of the Town shall be promptly removed.
SECTION 3. ENFORCEMENT
This ordinance may be enforced by the Police Department or Street Department. A violation of this ordinance shall initially be sanctioned by the civil penalty method set forth in Section 4.
There shall be a presumption that grass clippings, leaves or yard waste immediately adjacent to a property where caused to be placed there by property owner. This is a rebuttable presumption.
SECTION 4. CIVIL PENALTY
A violation of this Ordinance shall constitute a civil penalty punishable by a fine in the following amounts:
First Offense: $20.00
Second Offense: $40.00
Third Offense: $80.00
Fourth Offense: $100.00
Fifth and Subsequent Offenses:$100.00
Enforcement shall be as follows:
A member of the Police Department or the Street Department shall first provide the property owner (and tenant it is a rental property) with a written warning. The failure to remove grass clippings, yard or garden waste, leaves, etc. from the streets, alleys or other public ways within 24 hours after the written warning shall result in the issuance of the citation for a violation of this ordinance.
The failure to remove grass clippings, yard or garden waste, leaves, etc. from the streets, alleys or other public ways after a citation is issued shall result in the Town doing so.
The Town shall bill the property owner for the cost of its services at the normal hourly rates of the employees performing the work. The property owner’s failure to pay this amount shall result in a lien against the real estate to be added to the tax rolls.
A summons, similar in form to a parking summons, shall be tendered by the enforcing officer to the property on and/or the tenant if it is a rental property. The summons shall be paid at the Town Office within five (5) days.
Fines collected from the enforcement of this ordinance shall be divided equally between the Street Department and the Police – Tickets budget category line items by the Clerk-Treasurer.
ADOPTED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL this 5th day of September 2017.
The complete version of the ordinance is available for examination and copying at the office of the Clerk-Treasurer at the Town Hall of the Town of Crothersville, 111 East Howard Street, Crothersville, Indiana 47229 during normal business hours.
Terry Richey
Clerk-Treasurer
Dated: September 6, 2017
9/13, 9/20

NOTICE OF REAL PROPERTY TAX SALE
Jackson County Indiana
Beginning 10:00 AM, 10/27/2017 Courthouse Local Time
Jackson County
Pursuant to the laws of the Indiana General Assembly, notice is hereby given that the following described property is listed for sale for delinquent taxes and/or special assessments. The county auditor and county treasurer will apply on or after 10/10/2017 for a court judgment against the tracts or real property for an amount that is not less than the amount set out below and for an order to sell the tracts or real property at public auction to the highest bidder, subject to the right of redemption. Any defense to the application for judgment must be filed with the Jackson County Circuit Court and served on the county auditor and treasurer before 10/10/2017. The court will set a date for a hearing at least seven (7) days before the advertised date of sale and the court will determine any defenses to the application for judgment at the hearing. The county auditor and the county treasurer are entitled to receive all pleadings, motions, petitions, and other filings related to the defense to the application for judgment.
Such sale will be held on 10/27/2017 at the Courthouse and that sale will continue until all tracts and real property have been offered for sale.
Property will not be sold for an amount which is less than the sum of:
(A) the delinquent taxes and special assessments on each tract or item of real property; and
(B) the taxes and special assessments on the real property that are due and payable in the year of the sale, whether or not they are delinquent; and
(C) all penalties due on the delinquencies, and
(D) an amount prescribed by the county auditor that equals the sum of:
(1) twenty-five dollars ($25) for postage and publication costs; and
(2) any other costs incurred by the county that are directly attributable to the tax sale; and
(E) any unpaid costs due under IC 6-1.1-24-2(c) from a prior tax sale.
No property listed below shall be sold if, at any time before the sale, the Total Amount for Judgment is paid in full. If the real property is sold in the tax sale, the amount required to redeem such property will be 110% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, if redeemed not more than six (6) months after the date of sale, or 115% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, if redeemed more than six (6) months after the date of sale, plus the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the real property plus five percent (5%) per annum interest on the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the property. All taxes and special assessments upon the property paid by the purchaser subsequent to the sale, plus five percent (5%) per annum interest on those taxes and special assessments, will also be required to be paid to redeem such property.
In addition, IC 6-1.1-25-2 (e) states the total amount required for redemption may include the following costs incurred and paid by the purchaser or the purchaser’s assignee or the county before redemption: (1) The attorney’s fees and cost of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5; (2) The costs of title search or examining and update the abstract of title for the tract or item of real property. The period of redemption shall expire on Monday, October 29, 2018 for certificates sold in the tax sale. For certificates struck to the county, the period of redemption may expire Monday, February 26, 2018.
If the tract or item of real property is sold for an amount more than the minimum bid and the property is not redeemed, the owner of record of the property who is divested of ownership at the time the tax deed is issued may have a right to the tax sale surplus.
The Auditor and Treasurer specifically reserve the right to withhold from the sale any parcel which has been listed in error, or which otherwise becomes ineligible for sale either prior to 10/27/2017 or during the duration of the sale.
This notice of real property tax sale, and the tax sale itself are undertaken and will be conducted pursuant to the requirements of the laws of the State of Indiana which regulate the sale of land for delinquent taxes, pursuant to I.C. 6-1.1-24-1 et seq.
The County does not warrant the accuracy of the street address or common description of the property, and a misstatement in the key number or street address does not invalidate an otherwise valid sale.
Minimum bid amounts are prescribed by law and are subject to change prior to the auction date.
Pursuant to IC 6-1.1-24-3(e), property descriptions may be omitted for properties appearing on the certified list in consecutive years. A complete property list may be obtained at www.sriservices.com or in an alternative form upon request.
Dated: 9/13/2017
Registration For Bidding On the Tax Sale:
If you are interested in bidding on the tax sale for an Indiana county, you may register online at http://legacy.sri-taxsale.com/Tax/Indiana/Registration/. This registration is good for all counties that SRI services. You need to register only once for all counties. If you do not have access to a computer with internet service you may register the morning of the sale.
Please arrive the morning of the tax sale at least 30 minutes before the beginning time to be assured you will receive your bid number before the start of the sale.
Please bring your registration form and W9 form with you the morning of the tax sale. You will be able to print these forms from the registration web site.
Pursuant to IC 6-1.1-24-5.1 a business entity that seeks to register to bid at the Jackson County Tax Sale must provide a certificate of good standing or proof of registration in accordance with IC 5-23 from the Secretary of State to the Jackson County Treasurer.
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361700123 36-52-11-300-027.000-010 $1,965.86 Wellman, Glenda J S PT W1/2 SW 11-5-2 8A. 12796 W Base Rd Norman 47264
361700124 36-52-11-300-027.001-010 $439.76 Wellman, Autumn Lynn & Kayla Joyce Wellman jt/rs S PT W1/2 SW 11-5-2 2A 12826 W Base Rd Norman 47264
361700125 36-52-11-300-027.002-010 $558.42 Wellman, Glenda J S PT W1/2 SW 11-5-2 1A. 12796 W Base Rd Norman 47264
361700127 36-52-14-200-005.002-010 $304.38 Graham, Tommy Joe Jr & Lisa A Kirschbaum Rights / Survivor PT NW 14-5-2 2.32A 200 S. County Road 1250 W Norman 47264
361700128 36-53-04-300-013.005-010 $3,600.04 Cummings, Cole C PT NE SW 4-5-3 1A. 8705 W County Road 150 N Medora 47260
361700129 36-53-04-300-013.007-010 $5,527.53 Cummings, Phillip & Wesley M Cummings t/c PT NE SW 4-5-3 24.46A. 8564 W County Road 150 N Medora 47260
361700130 36-53-04-900-013.012-010 $374.80 Cummings, Phillip & Wesley Cummings t/c PT SE 4-5-3 15.89AC 8000 W Block County Road 150 N MEDORA 47260
361700131 36-53-04-900-013.013-010 $1,580.32 Cummings, Phillip & Zoe L PT SE 4-5-3 3.08AC 8600 W Block County Road 150 N MEDORA 47260
361700132 36-53-09-400-020.000-010 $3,682.75 Underwood, Michael L PT E SIDE SE SE IMP 9-5-3 1A 169 N County Road 790 W Medora 47260
361700133 36-53-16-400-025.000-010 $13,465.64 Burton, Timothy P & Angela R PT SE SE 16-5-3 26.37A. 8121 W County Road 75 S Medora 47260
361700137 36-62-14-301-015.002-010 $525.31 Sluder, Larry 14.01-6-2 NORMAN LOTS 42, 43, 44 & 45 5425 N Mackey St NORMAN 47264
361700140 36-63-16-201-034.000-010 $370.45 Bruner, Thomas R & Linda K KURTZ LOT 114, 115 5832 N Broadway St NORMAN 47264
361700141 36-63-16-201-035.000-010 $370.45 Bruner, Thomas R & Linda K KURTZ 112-G, 113-G 5000 N Block Hendricks St NORMAN 47264
361700143 36-63-26-400-008.018-010 $172.89 Gupta, Vinod C PT SE 26-6-3 TRACT S 7.68A 3000 N Block County Road 650 W BROWNSTOWN 47220
361700144 36-63-26-400-008.019-010 $493.75 Lollar, Omer & Joy PT SE 26-6-3 TRACT T 7.43A 3247 N County Road 650 W BROWNSTOWN 47220
361700145 36-63-29-401-020.000-010 $847.30 Hoaks, Curtis C, Barbara Sue Pray Curtis Michael Hoaks 29.01-6-3 CLEARSPRING LOT 54 & 67 9123 W Cross St Norman 47264
361700146 36-63-30-600-004.000-010 $2,431.56 Gates, George & Alice -Life Estate & David & Demona Gates PT NW SW 30-6-3 83.33A Public Easement to Hoosier Hikers Council, Inc. 3473 N County Road 1100 W Norman 47264
361700147 36-63-02-200-011.000-011 $522.33 Barger, Dean W 1/2 NW 2-6-3 .20A 7000 N Block County Road 675 W FREETOWN 47235
361700150 36-63-02-400-021.000-011 $2,364.71 Weekly, John C & Laura L PT SE 2-6-3 12.75AC 6149 W County Road 700 N Freetown 47235
361700151 36-64-06-700-035.000-011 $4,151.22 Brumfield, Todd A & Katherine G PT SW 6-6-4 21.39AC 4566 W State Road 58 Freetown 47235
361700152 36-64-07-303-014.000-011 $2,406.19 Burnside, Jason W 7.03-6-4 JONES FREEPORT PT LOTS 1E & 3E 6712 N Union St FREETOWN 47235
361700153 36-64-07-303-040.000-011 $1,827.40 Greathouse, Gary W & Cheryl P MAHALAVILLE 8-B 6668 N Glendenning St Freetown 47235
361700155 36-64-08-300-015.000-011 $753.66 Carpenter, Jeffrey A PT E1/2 SW 8-6-4 11A 3521 W County Road 650 N Freetown 47235
361700158 36-74-18-400-007.001-011 $705.49 Deaver, Rose M & David C Brooks & Sara D Brooks PT S1/2 SE 18-7-4 15A. EASEMENT TO GTE NORTH INCORPORATED 11000 N Block County Road 400 SEYMOUR 47274 W
361700159 36-74-28-400-029.000-011 $789.17 Stacey, Grover & Sondra PT SE 28-7-4 1.90A 2318 W State Road 58 Seymour 47274
361700162 36-66-02-300-018.002-012 $1,021.13 Deaver, Rose M PT SW 2-6-6 1A. 7367 N US Highway 31 Seymour 47274
361700164 36-66-05-304-026.000-012 $2,740.14 Hoene, Thomas W & Janice L SEC 1 PT SW SW 5-6-6 .48A. 400 Block Redding Rd SEYMOUR 47274
361700165 36-76-14-300-017.000-012 $1,535.89 Hennsley, Sharon K PT SE SW 14-7-6 1A 11225 N US Highway 31 Seymour 47274
361700166 36-76-23-300-030.000-012 $1,936.70 Cassetty, Jerry D & Phyllis PT NW 23-7-6 4.16A INCLUDES LOTS 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, REDDING 10266 N US Highway 31 Seymour 47274
361700168 36-76-35-100-004.000-012 $628.55 Zanghi, Nicole M PT NE 35-7-6 1.670A 11669 E County Road 900 N Seymour 47274
361700171 36-66-07-404-023.000-013 $2,102.91 Ison, Barb & Char Ison jt/rs WOODSTOCK LOT 82 BLK E 207 E 13th St Seymour 47274
361700172 36-66-07-404-067.000-013 $1,607.49 Warner, Carla J WOODSTOCK E1/2 LOT 58 WOODSTOCK PT LOT 59 205 E 11th St Seymour 47274
361700173 36-66-08-304-037.002-013 $1,922.62 Rose, Gretchen PT SW SW 8-6-6 0.982AC 534 E 13th St Seymour 47274
361700174 36-66-08-305-028.000-013 $3,168.00 Nalley, Anita NOBLITT-PRUITT 50X150 LOT 27 1022 Center St Seymour 47274
361700175 36-66-08-404-026.000-013 $2,721.56 Calvo, Leisha Lopez WILDWOOD COURT LOT 11 1000 Wildwood Ct Seymour 47274
361700176 36-63-06-300-009.000-014 $792.79 Parker, Harold G & Kathy M PT NE SW 6-6-3 1.4A 10650 W County Road 760 N Norman 47264
361700177 36-73-15-400-015.000-014 $1,066.02 Hatton, Larry & Beverly PT S 1/2 NW SE 15-7-3 5.00A. 7315 W County Road 1125 N Freetown 47235
361700178 36-73-27-201-012.000-014 $248.21 Neal, Lena UPPER HOUSTON LOT 12 7926 W County Road 975 N Norman 47264
361700180 36-46-03-200-024.001-015 $1,119.44 Marling, James L & Lucille J PT NW 3-4-6 2.50A_ AFFIDAVIT TO TRANSFER TO REAL ESTATE 11/14/13 INS # 201308763 10134 E County Road 400 S Crothersville 47229
361700183 36-46-08-400-012.000-015 $1,300.92 Webbed Foot Property ,LLC PT SE 8-4-6 40.3A. WARRANTY EASEMENT DEED TO UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Wetlands Reserve Program) 8000 E Block County Road 600 S CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700184 36-46-09-400-026.000-015 $2,548.76 West, Elvin R N1/2 SE IMP 9-4-6 73A 5000 S Block County Road 1000 CROTHERSVILLE 47229 E
361700185 36-46-09-400-027.000-015 $345.09 West, Roland Wilmer & Elvin E & Byron L N1/2 SE 9-4-6 1A 5000 S Block County Road 1000 CROTHERSVILLE 47229 E
361700186 36-46-09-400-028.000-015 $275.06 West, Roland Wilmer & Elvin E & Byron L SE COR N1/2 SE IMP 9-4-6 1A 5654 S County Road 1000 E Crothersville 47229
361700187 36-46-17-100-001.000-015 $1,739.85 Webbed Foot Property ,LLC PT NE 17-4-6 40.35A. 8000 E Block County Road 600 S CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700190 36-46-29-300-016.003-015 $1,023.74 Couch, Mary E PT SW 29-4-6 1A 8413 S County Road 850 E Austin 47102
361700193 36-46-33-300-018.000-015 $2,141.73 Miller, Marshall E. PT S SW 33-4-6 1A 9927 S County Road 900 E Austin 47102
361700194 36-56-11-100-006.000-015 $668.75 Temple, Richard A PT NE 11-5-6 .90A_ CONTRACT : TIMMY L ROBBINS JR INS # 200300196 RECORDED 59/1024 544 N US Highway 31 Seymour 47274
361700195 36-56-14-100-010.000-015 $251.75 Hinnefeld, Russell & Christy PT N END E1/2 SW NE IMP 14-5-6 1.5A. WATER LINE EASEMENT TO JACKSON COUNTY WATER UTILITY, INC. 300 S Block Us Highway 31 SEYMOUR 47274
361700196 36-56-22-300-028.000-015 $318.47 Murphy, Steven L & Charlotte S SW SW 22-5-6 1A 2000 S County Road 1025 E Crothersville 47229
361700197 36-56-22-300-030.000-015 $372.33 Murphy, Steven L & Charlotte Susan PT SW 22-5-6 10.241A. TRACT 2 & 3 2000 S County Road 1025 E Crothersville 47229
361700199 36-56-27-400-011.001-015 $2,092.10 Mosley, Kirby PT NW SE IMP 27-5-6 15.45AC 10737 E State Road 250 Crothersville 47229
361700200 36-56-27-400-014.000-015 $571.26 Mosley, Kirby L. PT NW SE 27-5-6 1.466AC 10000 E Block State Road 250 CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700203 36-46-10-103-017.000-016 $4,742.54 DT Holdings LLC COLLMAN LOT 2 & 3 601 S & 603 Seymour Rd CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700204 36-46-10-303-017.000-016 $5,276.77 Parnell, James PT SW 10.05-4-6 .54A 100 S Bethany Rd Crothersville 47229
361700205 36-46-10-304-031.000-016 $3,161.92 Stacey, Grover & Sondra E1/2 U.S.SHOE CORP. LOT 2 U.S.SHOE CORP LOT 1 500 W Howard St Crothersville 47229
361700206 36-46-10-304-058.000-016 $929.03 Stacey, Grover BENHAM & DENSFORD LOT 6 400 W Block Howard St CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700207 36-46-10-304-072.000-016 $1,608.92 Southern Indiana Home Properties LLC PT LOT 16 302 W Howard St Crothersville 47229
361700208 36-46-10-304-075.000-016 $1,733.16 Jones, Travis W OWENS ADD LOTS 29 & 30 304 Mill St Crothersville 47229
361700209 36-46-10-401-003.004-016 $290.71 Callaway, Herman Edward & Betty Jean PT 10-4-6 .907A. 600 E Block Walnut St CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700210 36-46-10-401-021.000-016 $5,472.86 Gay, Paul & Penny PT TRACTS B & C, 10-4-6 .33A 614 E Bard St Crothersville 47229
361700211 36-46-10-402-073.000-016 $3,227.14 Guy, Oliver C & Ethel PETERS W1/2 LOT 5 & 6 301 Vine St Crothersville 47229
361700212 36-46-10-403-018.000-016 $2,699.22 Womack, Howard V & Daisy M E 1/2 LOT 40 IN DAVIS ADD. 202 E Howard St Crothersville 47229
361700213 36-46-10-403-021.000-016 $929.05 Bryant, Bruce & Donna E DAVIS & CO. LOT 43_ CONTRACT: LANCE & BIANCA SNIDER 07/15/08 INS#200805975 113 N & 115 Armstrong St CROTHERSVILLE 47229
361700214 36-46-10-403-053.000-016 $3,406.42 Perry, Bertha PT SW SE ORIG. 10-4-6 .24A 108 W Main St Crothersville 47229
361700218 36-46-10-403-118.000-016 $957.98 Uniontown Victory Tabernacle Church Inc Contract To Paul A & Kelly S Hensley 10.07-4-6 APPLEGATE LOTS 11, 12 & 13 110 Short St Crothersville 47229
361700220 36-46-11-303-029.000-016 $991.67 Greathouse, Marie P & James R Greathouse PT E1/2 NW SW 11-4-6 .44A 218 West St Crothersville 47229
361700221 36-46-15-101-012.001-016 $659.46 Densford, Courtney DANIELS LOT 12 & DANIELS PT LOT 13 204 Central Ave Crothersville 47229
Total Properties: 140
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true list of lots and land returned delinquent for the nonpayment of taxes and special assessments for the time periods set forth, also subsequent delinquent taxes, current taxes and costs due thereon and the same are chargeable with the amount of tax, etc., with which they are charged on said list.
Given under my hand and seal this 13th day of September, 2017.
Kathy S. Hohenstreiter, Auditor
Jackson County Indiana
9/13 hspaxlp

 

We Don’t Even Rank In The Top 10

by Curt Kovener

Harvey hammered Houston now as of this writing Irma is trying to blow Florida away. Who knows as we go down the alphabet what additional national disasters may befall us.
Old Testament believers might say that God is smiting this nation. But contemporary church goers might say since we are a Christian nation founded on religious principals, the Almighty would not do that. But perhaps that is a topic for another column another time.
Despite the property damage, displacement of people and death around the Gulf Coast, America doesn’t rank in the top nine for world wide killer natural disasters.
#9 On Jan. 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. More than 1.5 million people lost their homes. There were 200,000 killed and thousands more from the cholera epidemic that broke out afterwards.
#8 On Christmas Day 2004 a 9.0 magnitude earthquake in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Sumatra resulted in tsunami waves up to 50 feet tall which struck 11 countries resulting in the death of 226,000.
#7 An earthquake in China in 1920 killed half the population of Haiyuan. Final death toll: 230,000.
#6 A cyclone (hurricane) struck the Ganges River Delta in India on Oct. 11, 1737 then moved inland 200 miles dumping 15 inches of rain in six hours killing 300,000.
#5 On Nov. 11, 1970, a cyclone struck at Bhola, Banladesh laying waste to the country and killing an estimate 350,000.
#4 Eight-five percent of the buildings were destroy in the city of Tangshan, China on July 28, 1976 when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake occurred injuring more than a million people and killing 240,000.
#3 An 8.0 magnitude earthquake shook Shaanxi, China on Jan. 23, 1556 collapsing every single building and killing 830,000.
#2 The river called “China’s Sorrow” earned its name in 1887 when the Huang Le River flooded over half million square miles of land filling 11 cities and villages with water leaving 2 million homeless and 900,000 dead.
The #1 killer natural disaster occurred in 1931 in Southern China. Rivers were already swollen from spring precipitation when torrential rains fell causing the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers to overflow their banks wiping out crops and the resulting standing water became contaminated. The combination of events led to starvation and outbreaks of typhoid and dysentery resulting in the deaths of 3.7 million people.
Most of those countries at the time were financially overwhelmed by the devastation or did not have any disaster assistance available.
You may be curious to know that members of the Republican Congressional delegation from Texas who voted against more funding for damage done in along the east coast by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 now support more funding for the Federal Emergency Management Agency for their home state in 2017.
We should all hope that those who want to “Make America Great Again” have it in their conscience to help those Americans who become smitten by the Almighty.

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