VANDERBURGH COUNTY FELONY CHARGES


Evansville, IN – Below is a list of felony cases that were filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday, December 5, 2012.

Corey Connolly Theft – Class D Felony
(Habitual Offender Enhancement)

Michael Gatlin Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated – Class C Misdemeanor
(Enhanced to a Class D Felony due to Prior Convictions)
Driving While Suspended – Class A Misdemeanor

Evansville, IN – Below is a list of felony cases that were filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office on Thursday, December 6, 2012.

Kendra Browning Possession of Methamphetamine –Class D Felony
Possession of Marijuana – Class A Misdemeanor

Virgil Davis Burglary –Class C Felony
Attempted Theft –Class D Felony

Bennie Fulton Domestic Battery –Class A Misdemeanor
(Enhanced to a Class D Felony due to Prior Convictions)
Criminal Mischief – Class B Misdemeanor

Edward Lowery Theft – Class D Felony
Criminal Trespass – Class A Misdemeanor

Kevin Miles Burglary –Class C Felony
Attempted Theft –Class D Felony

Cameron Meadows Theft –Class D Felony
False Informing – Class B Misdemeanor

Joseph Mitchell Receiving Stolen Property – Class D Felony
Driving Without a License – Class A Misdemeanor

Kristie Oberhausen Dealing in Methamphetamine –Class B Felony
Illegal Possession of Anhydrous Ammonia or Ammonia Solution – Class D Felony

Adam Rankin Dealing in Methamphetamine –Class B Felony
Illegal Possession of Anhydrous Ammonia or Ammonia Solution – Class D Felony
Possession of Paraphernalia – Class A Misdemeanor

Remington Voorhees Trespass – Class A Misdemeanor
(Enhanced to a Class D Felony due to Prior Convictions)

For further information on the cases listed above, or any pending case, please contact Carly Settles at 812.435.5688 or via e-mail at csettles@vanderburghgov.org.

Under Indiana law, all criminal defendants are considered to be innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.
SENTENCE CHART

Class Range
Murder 45-65 Years
Class A Felony 20-50 Years
Class B Felony 6-20 Years
Class C Felony 2-8 Years
Class D Felony ½ – 3 Years
Class A Misdemeanor 0-1 Year
Class B Misdemeanor 0-180 Days
Class C Misdemeanor 0-60 Days

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