May 7, 2015
(Fishers), Indiana – Fishers police officers arrested a man and woman following a traffic stop and extensive area search along Interstate 69 last night.
Shortly after 7:00pm a Fishers police officer stopped a vehicle, for a traffic violation, near the 211 mile marker of Interstate 69. During the stop one the vehicle’s four occupants exited and ran into a wooded area. The three remaining occupants were detained without incident.
Several officers from multiple agencies set a large perimeter and began searching for the suspect. Three K-9 units and a police helicopter assisted in the search. After nearly four hours, officers located the suspect near the intersection of 141st Street and Cyntheanne Road. The suspect continued to resist and was apprehended by a police canine. The suspect was transported to Riverview Hospital for injuries sustained as a result of the canine apprehension. After being medically cleared the suspect was transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
Fishers Chief of Police George Kehl would like to thank the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, the Carmel Police Department, the Noblesville Police Department, the Indiana State Police, and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department for their assistance in capturing this serious violent felon.
Officers also arrested a female occupant after it was discovered she was in possession of a stolen gun. She was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
Media Personnel – Please direct any further questions, regarding this case, to the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office.
Arrested: Nicolas Webb 23 years old Indianapolis, Indiana
Charge(s): Probation Violation-Serious Violent Felon with a Handgun (Active Warrant) Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon Theft of a Firearm Resisting Law Enforcement (7 counts) Synthetic Identity Deception Carrying a Handgun without a Permit
Held: Hamilton County Jail
Arrested: Samantha Jackson 23 years old Indianapolis, Indiana
Charge(s): Theft of a Firearm Carrying a Handgun without a Permit
A charge is merely an accusation and the arrest person(s) is presumed innocent until proven guilty.