Brookville, IN—In the early morning hours of August 23, officers with the Brookville Police Department responded to 52 Pick-Up Gas Station regarding a report of a suspicious substance found by a customer in the parking lot. Upon arrival to the scene, officers retrieved a clear zip-lock bag containing a white crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine.Officers began an investigation by reviewing security footage and collecting witness statements. During the security video review, officers were able to identify Bill Conn of Brookville, Indiana as the individual who dropped the substance.On November 10, officers responded to Conn’s residence on US Highway 52 and arrested him. As a result of this investigation, Bill Conn of Brookville, Indiana is charged with and allegation of Possession of a Methamphetamine.
Shirley (Schwanholt) Raymond 85, of Floyds Knobs, Indiana, passed away Friday December 6, 2019.She was born September 12, 1934 in Aurora, IN, daughter of the late Stanley and Lillian Schwanholt.Shirley graduated from Indiana University in 1957 with a bachelor’s degree in Government and Political Science. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority and served as the scholarship chairperson. During her junior year, Shirley was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa national honorary society.She met and married her husband, David, in Indianapolis, Indiana. They lived in the southern Indiana and the Louisville, Kentucky, communities before moving to Sandestin, Florida, in 1990. Shirley resided at Bluewater Bay in Niceville, Florida, from 1997-2017 before returning to Floyds Knobs.Shirley is survived by her daughter, Cara Pecore (Todd Deaton); and grandsons, Zachary and Seth Pecore.Shirley was preceded in death by her parents; her husband David Raymond, and son, Kirk Raymond.Graveside Services will be held on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 2:00 pm at River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the St John’s Lutheran School or Kindred Hospice. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Ivorian Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure rose above stiff competition from fellow countryman Didier Drogba and Cameroun’s Alexander Song to win the coveted 2012 Glo CAF African Footballer of the year award.Yaya Toure, who played a key role in Manchester City’s first English Premier League title in fifty years, retained the award he won last year at a colourful ceremony held at the Banquet Hall of the State House Thursday evening.He won the 2012 poll in a vote of head coaches and technical directors of countries affiliated to the Confederation of African Football.Egyptian veteran Mohamed Abouterika also won the 2012 African Player of the Year, an award given to the most exceptional footballer playing on the continent.Renard Herve, coach of the Chipolopolos of Zambia, was also rewarded for his exploits at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations held in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. He took home the Africa Coach of the Year award in spite of contending for it with Hosam El Badry (Al Ahly), Joseph Morius OMOG (AC Léopards, Cameroon).The Black Maidens of Ghana, who managed to grab Africa’s only medal at a Fifa World Cup (Fifa U-17 Azerbaijan, 2012) were pipped to the Africa Women National Team of the Year award by the national team of Equatorial Guinea. Other winners on the night were:-Most Promising Player 2012: Mohamed Salah (Egypt), beating Victor Wanyama of Kenya and Moussa Konate of Senegal.– Coach of the Year 2012 is Herve Renard (Zambia). He beat Joseph Omog (AC Leopards, Cameroon) and Hossam Al Badri (Al Ahly).– Club of the Year award went to Al Ahly.– National Team of the Year for 2012 (Women): Equatorial Guinea. – National Team of the Year for 2012 (men): Zambia– Legends’ Awards went to Rigobert Song and the legendary Egyptian coach Mahmoud El Gohari, who died in September.– Referee of the Year 2012: Algeria’s Djamal Alhaimoudi.– Female African Footballer of the Year: Genoveva Anoman (Eq Guinea), beating Portia Modise (South Africa) & Chinwendu Ihezuo (Nigeria).More soon.