Manhunt in Pulaski County Nets Arrest

An Idaville, Indiana man was arrested after a two day manhunt in Pulaski County.

On Monday, March 28th at 10:09 p.m. ET, Pulaski County Deputy Ryan Austin stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the area of County Roads 700 West and County Road 500 South. The passenger immediately exited and fled on foot into the darkness. The driver, Jacqueline S. Mayhill, 31, of Monticello, was taken into custody and arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine. The passenger was identified as Charles Douglas Warren, age 47, of Idaville, and was not immediately captured. A manhunt using K-9s was eventually called off at 1:30 a.m.

On Tuesday, March 29th, a broken window was discovered at Paul’s Chapel, located at 6513 West and County Road 650 South. When Deputies arrived, a subject matching the description of Warren fled into a nearby woods. A second manhunt consisting of officers from the Logansport Police, Cass County Sheriff, Monticello Police, White County Sheriff Departments, Monon Town Marshal’s Office, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, and the Indiana State Police began. K-9s and a State Police helicopter from Indianapolis were used during the manhunt which lasted until 3:00 p.m. At 6:00 p.m., officers received new information of Warren’s location and he was taken into custody without incident. Warren was wanted in Pulaski and White Counties for numerous felony charges, mostly involving drug activity.