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On Saturday, June 10, 2017 at approximately 6:27 P.M. Jasper County Sheriff’s Office was contacted regarding a domestic disturbance at a residence on County Road 430 east located southeast of Gifford.  The caller said a physical altercation between 30 year old Tia Yvette Luck of Medaryville and an adult female at the residence.  Luck was also attempting to leave the residence in a vehicle and collided with another vehicle in the driveway.

 

Jasper County Deputy Andrew LePard responded to the residence along with the Indiana State Police.  Injuries were noted to the adult female who sustained a bruise to her right arm, redness to the inside of her lip, and a cut to her left hand as a result of Luck biting her.  Luck sustained a loss of hair, cut to her forehead, and scrapes on her left knee.  Both women had gravel dust on their legs from fighting on the ground.

 

Luck after the altercation attempted to leave the residence with two minor children in a vehicle backing into a parked vehicle causing damage to both.  Luck was determined by certified breath test to have a blood alcohol content of .093% BAC. 

 

Tia Yvette Luck was placed under arrest for Neglect of a Dependent, Level 6 Felony, Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, A Misdemeanor, Domestic Battery, A Misdemeanor and Operating While Intoxicated Endangering, Level 6 Felony.

 

Luck is currently being held at the Jasper County Law Enforcement Detention Center with a $12,000.00 Surety bond or $1,250.00 cash.

 

 

ALL SUSPECTS ARE CONSIDERED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW.

 

 

By Chief Deputy Patrick Williamson