Bedford Man Among Five Arrested During Investigation In Seymour

(SEYMOUR) – On Thursday, October 15th at approximately 9:16 p.m., the Seymour Police Department received a call about an injured individual in the emergency room at Schneck Medical Center.

Once at the emergency room, patrol officers learned that the 18-year-old victim had been struck in the head with a firearm at the Allstate Inn at 2603 Outlet Boulevard.

The victim told officers that he had been assaulted over not paying for one ounce of marijuana which is about $200.

The victim told police at least six individuals showed up at the Allstate Inn and assaulted him in the parking lot. The suspects then took another individual at gun point and forced them into one of the hotel rooms.

While in the hotel room, at least three individuals were held at gunpoint.

The suspects then continued to assault the victim with the handgun. Before leaving the hotel room, the suspects took cell phones, 2 dogs, and a tattoo machine.

On Tuesday, October 20th, investigators with the Seymour Police Department arrested five individuals in connection with the crime.

Police arrested:

Zachary Gibbs, of Brownstown, and 20-year-old Patrick Levi Silvers, of Bedford.

Jacqueline Page Silvers

Jacqueline Page Silvers, 26, of Brownstown on felony charges of burglary, confinement, kidnapping, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, theft and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.

Isaiah Dylan Emery

Isaiah Dylan Emery, 22, of Brownstown, on felony charges of burglary, confinement, kidnapping, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, theft a level 6 felony, and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.

Shannon Barger

Shannon Barger, 18, of Seymour, on felony charges of burglary, confinement, battery resulting in serious bodily injury and theft.

James Gibbs

James Gibbs, 18, of Brownstown, was arrested for burglary a level 2 felony, confinement a level 3 felony, and theft a level 6 felony.

Patrick Silvers

Patrick Silvers, 20, of Bedford, on felony charges of burglary, confinement, kidnapping, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, theft, and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.

All individuals arrested were taken to the Jackson County Jail and are awaiting their initial hearing. The investigation is still ongoing, and more arrests are expected.

On Wednesday, October 21, 2020, Noah Braiden Ray turned himself in at the Greensburg Police Department. Investigators took Ray into custody and transported him back to Jackson county where he was interviewed and provided information about the incident.

Noah Ray

Noah Ray was arrested for burglary a level 2 felony, confinement a level 3 felony, kidnapping a level 3 felony, battery resulting in serious bodily injury a level 5 felony, theft a level 6 felony, and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon a level 6 felony.

Agencies assisting in the investigation are the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, the Brownstown Police Department, the Bedford Police Department, and the Greensburg Police Department.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email