Greensburg Police Department pursuits in 2024

May 10—GREENSBURG — Officers from the Greensburg Police Department have initiated several pursuits of motor vehicles in the last three months. The pursuits were initiated in other locations and resulted in the arrests of five individuals.

All five individuals have had initial hearings and are awaiting the next steps in their judicial process.

According to local court records, those arrested in conjunction with the pursuits are Chance Rager, 28, of Oshkosh, Nebraska; Sultan Singh, 41, of Greenwood; David Davidson II, 45, of Indianapolis; and Josiah Taylor, 18, and Bryce Bower, 28, both of Greensburg.

There are a variety of charges pending as a result of these arrests, including resisting law enforcement causing serious bodily injury, theft of a motor vehicle, resisting law enforcement, operating while intoxicated while endangering, reckless driving, criminal mischief, driving while suspended with a prior, false identity statement, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, and warrants.

A news release from Greensburg Communications Director Kristen Williams states: "The officers of Greensburg Police Department are steadfast in protecting the citizens of the Greensburg community from all criminal behavior and continue to enforce the laws of the State of Indiana."

The release, which is also attributed to Greensburg Chief of Police Mike McNealy also states, "We would like to thank the following agencies who assisted in these apprehensions: Decatur County Sheriff's Dept., Indiana State Police, Columbus Police Department, Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department, Batesville Police Department, and Decatur County Communications.

Under Indiana law, criminal charges are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed to be innocent unless, and until they are proven guilty in a court of law.