February 9, 2022
Information for the court news is gathered from public records at the Harrison County Justice Center and Court House. The charges listed here do not always include persons who have not yet been notified of the alleged offense. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty or pleading guilty in court.
Burglary of a dwelling, auto theft, residential entry – break and enter dwelling, theft of a fire arm (seven counts) — Andrew Gray Davis, 30, 1500 block of Hunter Lane, Corydon.
Domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old — Chelsea N. Compton, 24, 500 Main Street, Palmyra.
Domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old, domestic battery on a person less than 14 years old — Darrell L. Zink Jr., 29, 300 block of Shady Lane, New Salisbury.
Possession of methamphetamine – this is the basic offense and for any amount between 5 and 10 grams — Megan Laverne Spriggs, 29, 100 block of McGrain Street, Corydon; James L. Voyles, 30, English.
Battery — Brittany E. Adams, 33, 6300 block of Southern Place, Georgetown.
Criminal mischief — Andrew L. Butler, 48, Louisville; Barry Hollis Spriggs, III, 30, Marengo.
Criminal mischief, possession of paraphernalia — Meghan Laverne Spriggs, 29, 100 block of McGrain Street, Corydon
Criminal mischief – damage is between $750 and $50,000 — Richard A. Guynes, 41, 3900 block of Southeast Clay Street, New Middletown; William Lois Morgan, 52, Sellersburg.
Operating a vehicle with alcohol concentration equivalent to at least 0.08 but less than 0.15, operating a vehicle while intoxicated — Nicholas Conner Schaftlein, 22, 9800 block of East Bowles, Milltown.
Possession of paraphernalia — James L. Voyles, 30, English.
Resisting law enforcement – defendant knowingly and intentionally forcibly resists, carrying a handgun without a license — Michael W. Mobley, 37, Brandenburg, Ky.
Theft — Luther Glenn, 42, Louisville.
Theft, criminal mischief — Andrew Gray Davis, 30, 1500 block of Hunter Lane, Corydon.
The following cases have been referred to the prosecutor’s pre-trial diversion program. If the terms of the program are met, the charges will be dismissed after a year:
Larry Charles Myers, 79, 6900 block of S.R. 335 NE, New Salisbury, passing school bus when arm signal is extended
Johnathan Michael Day, 37, Conway, S.C., invasion of privacy – violates an order issued in another state
Marilyn Joan Cunningham, 39, 100 block of McGrain Street, Corydon, domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old
Dustin J. Staats, 26, Gentryville, invasion of privacy – violates a protective order
Kila D. Blake, 37, Denver, Colo., possession of marijuana (two counts)
Roderick M. Todd, 37, Louisville, possession of marijuana
Scott Royalty, 57, 8300 block of Heinze Road, Lanesville, violation of rule adopted by director
Dakota M. Wood, 19, Guston, Ky., possession of marijuana
Blake Douglas Lahue, 19, 1800 block of S.R. 62, Corydon, resisting law enforcement – forcibly resists, criminal mischief, minor consuming alcohol (two counts)