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Evansville Courier & Press, Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)


JOHNSONVILLE, ILL.

Jeep runs off road, rolls; driver killed

A Carbondale, Ill., man was killed Tuesday night when his Jeep Liberty ran off Illinois 161 near Johnsonville and overturned.

Wayne County Coroner Jimmy Taylor said 37-yearold Kevin L. Kimmell was about six miles west of Johnsonville when his vehicle ran off the road and overturned several times.

Kimmell, who was ejected from the Jeep, was not wearing a seat belt, police said. Kimmell was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash was reported at 8:30 p.m.

Illinois State Police investigated the crash.

PLYMOUTH, IND.

Loose metal hits truck in fatal crash

Authorities in northern Indiana say a fatal crash happened when a piece of metal came loose from a trailer and smashed into a truck's windshield.

The Marshall County coroner's office says 57-year-old Manis Stacy Jr. of Knox had just left work Tuesday and was driving on Indiana 17 a few miles from Plymouth when the metal flew from a trailer going the opposite direction.

The piece smashed through the windshield of Stacy's truck, which went off the road and ran into a tree. Stacy was pronounced dead at the scene about 25 miles south of South Bend.

LEXINGTON, KY.

Ky. lawmaker cited for doing 109 on I-75

A lawmaker cited for traveling at 109 mph on Interstate 75 in Lexington says there's "no excuse" for her actions.

State Rep. Regina Bunch said in a statement on Wednesday that she did not realize until she was stopped how fast she was going. The speed limit where she was stopped is 70 mph.

Bunch said she will not contest the ticket, but will take responsibility for it. She says she hopes her actions "serve as a lesson" to others about the importance of following the speed limit and paying attention while behind the wheel.

Bunch represents House District 82, which encompasses Whitley and a portion of Laurel County.

ANDERSON, IND.

Couple charged in farm animal deaths

The owners of a central Indiana farm where investigators found the carcasses of more than 100 animals alongside starving livestock are facing dozens of felony counts in the case.

Madison County prosecutors on Tuesday filed more than 100 counts of improper disposal of dead animals against Daniel and Carrie Ault. The couple also face 15 misdemeanor counts of cruelty to animals.

The charges come after authorities found 171 carcasses of horses, chickens, turkeys, rabbits, cats and dogs at the couple's Summitville farm. Investigators said 30 malnourished animals were skeletal from starvation.

The Aults also face two counts of neglect of a dependent. Madison County Sheriff Ron Richardson says the family had been living in part of a barn converted into living quarters. …

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