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IN: Man Facing Felonies After Hunting Arrest

November 26, 2012

From StaceyPageOnline.com

A Cromwell man was arrested late Saturday night by an Indiana Conservation Officer after he was caught illegally hunting.
Around 5 p.m. Saturday, an Indiana Conservation Officer on patrol came across a vehicle near Durham Lake, which directed his attention to a hunter coming out from the woods.
The hunter, identified as Charles E. Norris, 29, of 9925 E. Camelot Rd., Cromwell, was discovered to be wanted on a warrant out of Whitley County.
Two additional Conservation Officers arrived to assist with the arrest, but Norris fled prior to being handcuffed. After a short foot pursuit, Norris continued to resist Conservation Officers who fought to place him in handcuffs.
Upon arrival at the Kosciusko County Jail, Norris attempted to escape by jumping from the slowly moving police vehicle and running away on foot while his hands were handcuffed behind his back.  Norris was chased down a second time by Conservation Officers and escorted back to the jail.
A search of Norris’ criminal history finds that he was convicted on 17 counts of burglary in Whitley County and, most recently, a warrant for his arrest was issued earlier this month for the violation of probation.
In addition to being held on the outstanding warrant, Norris was arrested for resisting law enforcement, escape from lawful detention, possession of cocaine, failure to procure a resident hunting license, and being a felon in possession of a handgun.

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