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Hymera shooter captured in Jasonville; charged with attempted murder

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Sullivan County Sheriff''s Department deputies had been searching the
Hymera area on Sunday in an effort to locate Dustin L. Turley, 33, of
Jasonville, who was wanted for attempted murder in a Hymera shooting
incident late Friday night.
At approximately 3:30 p.m., while officers were in the area, a tip was
called in that Turley had just left the area on a motorcycle. Within
minutes, Greene County 911 received a call that Turley had just
arrived at a residence in Jasonville and the residents there were
detaining him.
Both Greene and Sullivan County deputies immediately responded to to
the residence where Turley was taken into custody.
Sullivan County Deputy David Holmes transported Turley to the Sullivan
County Jail where he is being held on a charge of attempted murder
with a $50,000 cash only bond set.
Sullivan County Sheriff Clark Cottom had contacted the Indiana State
Criminal Investigation Division at approximately 10 p.m. Friday
requesting assistance with an alleged shooting that had occured at 603
East Depot Street in Hymera.
Detectives arrived at the scene and found probable cause to believe
the victim, Trenton Keller, 33, of Jasonville, was shot multiple times
at this residence after having a verbal altercation with Turley, also
of Jasonville. Immediately after the shooting, witnesses
stated that Turley ran from the residence, running south into the woodline.
Sullivan County emergency medical personnel attended to Keller and he
was immediately transported to Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Keller
was then airlifted to Methodist  Hospital in Indianapolis for
treatment of his injuries.
Assisting agencies on Friday included the Sullivan County Sheriff's
Department, Sullivan City Police Department, Shelburn Town Marshal's
Office, Farmersburg Town Marshal's Office and an Indiana Conservation
Officer.


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