News and Tribune

June 14, 2010

Police seek public help finding five on outstanding warrants

By MATT THACKER
Matt.Thacker@newsandtribune.com

FLOYD COUNTY — Early morning on June 4, a multi-agency task force with more than 55 law enforcement officers in and around Floyd County set out to execute 54 felony warrants, nearly all of them drug cases.

Police arrested 44 of their targets as well as four others. In the days following the roundup, several others have been arrested. Five warrants remain outstanding as of Friday afternoon.

• Patricia G. Glass, 30, is wanted for class C felony dealing a schedule IV controlled substance. Last known address is on Ivy Court in New Albany.

• Brandon Livers, 29, is wanted for class B felony dealing in cocaine and class D felony resisting law enforcement. Last known address is the 300 block of West Market Street in New Albany.

• Jerry L. Nash, 39, is wanted for class B felony dealing a schedule III controlled substance, class A misdemeanor dealing marijuana and being a habitual substance offender. Last known address is the 500 block of East Fourth Street.

• Michele Torstrick, 29, is wanted for class B felonies of dealing a schedule III controlled substance and a schedule II controlled substance. Last known address is the 1500 block of Duncan Avenue in Jeffersonville.

• Allen M. Vancliff, also known as Alan, is wanted for class B felony robbery resulting in bodily injury. Last known address is the 1400 block of South Street in New Albany. Vancliff, who is listed as 5 feet 8 inches and 130 pounds, is not wanted on drug charges although police were searching for him during the drug roundup.

The New Albany Police Department has asked anyone with knowledge concerning the whereabouts of the at-large defendants to call the crime line at 812-948-NAPD (948-6273).