George Napier

On yesterday’s date at approximately 11:30 am, trooper Travis Baker from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg, observed a gold Honda minivan with an expired license plate.

He observed the vehicle on State Road #56 West, near the new bypass. He initiated a traffic stop and while talking to the driver, George W. Napier, 43, from North Main Street in Salem,  he could smell a strong odor of green marijuana coming from within the vehicle.

As trooper Baker looked through the window of the van he saw several large marijuana plants in the floor of the van.

Trooper Baker detained George Napier and then searched the van he was driving. He located eleven freshly picked Marijuana plants in the van.

George W. Napier was taken into custody and incarcerated at the Washington County Jail on the charges of Possession of Marijuana over Thirty Grams and Maintaining a Common Nuisance, both are felony charges.

On August 17, 2016 at approximately 4:30 pm, Trooper Mark Lamaster, from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg, was informed of a possible impaired driver traveling south on Interstate #65 in a gray Jeep.


Trooper Lamaster was informed that the driver was all over the roadway, traveling from lane to lane and speeding up and slowing down abruptly.

The vehicle in question, gray Jeep, was stopped by trooper Mark Lamaster near the 26 Mile Marker South, (Scott County).

The driver of the gray Jeep, Michelle D. Henderson, 43, from Jeffersonville, IN seemed impaired while trooper Lamaster was speaking to her. During the traffic stop Heroin and Adderall, a Schedule Two Controlled Substance were located in her vehicle.

Michelle D. Henderson, was incarcerated at the Scott County Jail on the charges of Possession of a Narcotic Drug, (Two Counts); Operating While Intoxicated, Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Possession of Paraphernalia.

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