Call concerning a burglary resulted in a weekend arrest

From Greensburg City Police –

Greensburg, IN – On December 11, 2022 at approximately 02:40 am Officers from the Greensburg Police
Department responded to a burglary in the 400 block of South Broadway Street. Officer Randall Canady was able to locate the vehicle that was described as being involved in the burglary. Officer Canady attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle refused to stop the car and a pursuit occurred.
The pursuit ended when the driver of the vehicle wrecked the car. The driver then fled the scene on foot.
Officer Canady and Deputy Lawson from the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department were able to take the
passenger from the vehicle into custody. Once the passenger was in custody the Decatur County Central Dispatch received telephone calls from the public stating a male was walking down Third Street attempting to get into vehicles.
Officer Canady was able to locate and identify the driver of the vehicle and the male took off running. After a foot pursuit Officer Canady was able to take the male into custody. The male was identified as 38-year old Anthony Hubbard of Indianapolis, Indiana. Hubbard was then transported to the Decatur County Jail by Decatur County Sheriff’s Deputy Pruitt.
At the Decatur County Jail Hubbard was charged in connection with allegations of Burglary a level 4 Felony, Resisting Law Enforcement A level 6 Felony, Battery a level 6 felony, Theft a class a misdemeanor and Leaving the scene of a property damage accident a Class B misdemeanor.
The Greensburg Police Department would like to thank the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department, Decatur
County Central Dispatch, Decatur County E.M.S. and the public for their assistance with this case.
Under law, criminal charges are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

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