Terre Haute Man Arrested for Speeding and Multiple Warrants in Gibson County

Terre Haute, IN – A man from Terre Haute was arrested by the Gibson County Police Department for driving nearly 100 miles per hour and having multiple warrants out for his arrest. The incident took place on June 17th, 2024.

According to the police report, officers were conducting a routine traffic stop when they noticed a vehicle traveling at an alarming speed of 95 miles per hour on State Road 64. After pulling over the vehicle, it was discovered that the driver, 35-year-old John Doe, had several outstanding warrants for his arrest.

The following are the details of the incident and subsequent arrest:

  • Date: June 17th, 2024
  • Time: Approximately 11:00 AM
  • Location: State Road 64 in Gibson County, Indiana
  • Driver’s Name: John Doe (35 years old)
  • Charges Filed: Speeding and multiple outstanding warrants

Upon further investigation, it was found that John Doe had three active warrants for his arrest. These included charges of theft, drug possession, and resisting law enforcement. The combined bail amount for these charges totaled over $50,000.

After confirming the warrants, officers took John Doe into custody and transported him to the Gibson County Jail. He is currently being held without bond while awaiting his court date.

This arrest serves as a reminder that law enforcement officials are continuously working to ensure the safety of our roads and communities. Driving at excessive speeds not only puts the driver’s life in danger but also jeopardizes the lives of others on the road.

The Gibson County Police Department urges individuals with any information about criminal activity or outstanding warrants to come forward and assist in maintaining a safe community for all. As always, if you see something suspicious or dangerous, please contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.

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