Warrant charges man with intimidation, harassmentJuly 16, 2019
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — Authorities booked a Huntingburg man into the Dubois County Security Center late last week on a warrant charging him with intimidation and harassment.
Charging documents allege Thomas J. Burch, 32, 609 N. Washington St., Huntingburg, communicated a threat to commit a forcible felony to a woman via text messages May 2. The Huntingburg Police Department investigated the incident that resulted in an arrest warrant being issued Thursday in Dubois Circuit Court charging Burch with a Level 6 felony count of intimidation and a misdemeanor count of harassment.
Huntingburg police took Burch into custody that same day and he was booked into the security center at 3:55 p.m. on the active warrant.
During an initial court appearance Friday, the court appointed a public defender to represent Burch and a preliminary plea of not guilty was entered on his behalf.
Burch’s next court appearance was set for Aug. 12 and his bond was set at $750.
The court released Burch to pretrial home detention with electronic monitoring.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
A plaque on the east side of the Dubois County Courthouse honors seven Revolutionary War...
Preschool is now more accessible for low-income Indiana families.
Ryan Menke participated in the Navy SEAL Hudson River Swim, the first sanctioned swim across the...
A recent Huntingburg Airport intern created a guidebook for interns and students interested in...
Many are familiar with the motorcycle gang archetype — rugged outlaws prone to violence. In...
Construction Manager Pat Gress has about 500 photos on his phone chronicling the construction of...
Jose Dubon has announced his plan to run on the Republican ticket for the Huntingburg Common...
No sex, no drugs, no race-relations and no politics. When Clint Hall of Huntingburg tells jokes,...