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Stories from Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Latest on the arrest: (07/13/05)
missivy1964@yahoo.com Facing 235 years in prison and a $10,000 fine on each count if convicted, Kevin L. Hampton, 43, of Terre Haute, was in Vigo County Superior Court Division 3 yesterday afternoon to hear the charges read by Judge David R. Bolk for the murders of Tanette "Toni" Dickison, 18, a former Brazil resident living in Terre Haute, Cassie Harris, 48, of Terre Haute, and Dianna Lehman, 18, of Terre Haute...
Accused murderer arraigned (07/13/05)
Ivy Herron photo Terre Haute Police Detective Starla Neidigh escorts Kevin L. Hampton to the Vigo County Courthouse with Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton and a Vigo County deputy Thursday afternoon. When asked by the media about his guilt or innocence before entering the courthouse,Hampton replied: "We'll just have to wait and see in what happens in the end," but he pleaded not guilty in court...
Food links man to Dickison murder (07/13/05)
missivy1964@yahoo.com A piece of discarded food at the crime scene connected Timothy D. Bailey, 43, 1310 S. 12th St., Terre Haute, to assisting in the murder of Tanette "Toni" Dickison and led to his being charged with a class C felony; Assisting a Criminal, police said Tuesday...
Cafe seeks outdoor seating (07/13/05)
brandykrichmond @yahoo.com A local merchant's interest in taking his business to the streets sparked discussion among Brazil City Council members regarding the aesthetic advantages of sidewalk cafes. Tuesday evening, the Council voted unanimously to approve the first reading of Ordinance 20-2005, which will allow for the placement of tables and chairs on the sidewalk on National Avenue between Depot and Alabama streets. ...
Family members listen quietly during press conference (07/13/05)
brandykrichmond @yahoo.com Seated together in two rows of chairs hastily pulled from stacked piles at the back of the room, the family members of murder victim Toni Dickison listened quietly with stoic faces as investigators and attorneys seated around three long tables addressed a throng of reporters Tuesday morning at the Vigo County Sherrif's Department...
Golf scramble benefits YMCA (07/13/05)
(Top left) First Place winners in the low gross division at the YMCA Golf Scramble on June 25 at Oak Ridge Golf Course were Jennifer McDonald, Richard McDonald, Doug McDonald and Jack Myles. This foursome finished 16 under. (Bottom left) First Place winners in the Peoria handicap division at the YMCA Golf Scramble were Marv Gossett, Dan Moreland, Joel Reineohl and Randy Reineohl...
BARBARA K. RINGO THOMPSON (07/13/05)
BARBARA K. RINGO THOMPSON Barbara K. Ringo Thompson, 72 of Brazil, passed away unexpectedly July, 11, 2005, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. She was born April 26, 1933, in Clay County, the daughter of Don French and Katherine McAllister French. ...
MYRTLE IRENE BROWN FRENCH (07/13/05)
Mrytle Irene Brown French, 64, of Pensacola FL, died Saturday, July 9, 2005, in Pensacola, FL. Survivors include four sons, Bill (Chary) Carey of Pensacola, FL, Robert (Teresa) Carey, Allen Carey and David (Janey) Carey all of Crawfordsville; one daughter, Brenda Carey of Crawfordsville; a half brother, Keith Brown of Pensacola, FL; a half sister, Daythel Immel of Indianapolis; two sisters, Elizabeth Zachary, Crawfordsville and Mary Hardy of Rockville; six grandchildren, eight step-grandchildren, five step great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.. ...