Four impaired drivers arrested during overnight saturation patro - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Several people arrested on alcohol related crimes

Derrick Fiscus. Source: Indiana State Police Derrick Fiscus. Source: Indiana State Police
Gareth Martin. Source: Indiana State Police Gareth Martin. Source: Indiana State Police
Sarah Jones. Source: Indiana State Police Sarah Jones. Source: Indiana State Police
Johnny Wise Jr. Source: Indiana State Police Johnny Wise Jr. Source: Indiana State Police
Timothy Short. Source: Indiana State Police Timothy Short. Source: Indiana State Police

Indiana State Police conducted a saturation patrol Friday night and early Saturday morning, targeting dangerous and impaired drivers in Knox, Warrick and Gibson Counties.

Between 8:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m., troopers say they issued 48 traffic tickets, 130 warnings and arrested four impaired drivers.

Troopers say they also arrested Timothy Short, 51, of London, KY, for Public Intoxication, a Class B Misdemeanor. He was arrested on Broadway Street in Princeton. He is currently being held on bond in the Gibson County Jail.

Driving While Intoxicated Arrests

Knox County:
• Derrick Fiscus, 25, Vincennes, IN (Blood Alcohol Content .08%) Currently being held on Bond
• Gareth Martin, 22, Vincennes, IN (Blood Alcohol Content .14%) Bonded Out
• Sarah Jones, 27, Vincennes, IN (Blood Alcohol Content .15%) Bonded Out

Warrick County:
• Johnny Wise Jr, 57, Newburgh, IN (Refused) Currently being held on Bond

Indiana State Police say they are committed to traffic safety and will continue to conduct saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints to apprehend impaired drivers and to deter others from drinking and driving.

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