Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

State News

April 8, 2014

Police officer posts bond in Madison County fatal crash

Woman gives birth to girl; officer charged in accident

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*An off duty police officer rearended their vehicle, Jesse was killed in the accident and Rebecca was lifelined to St. Vincent and was taken into an emergency c-section. She delivered a beautiful baby girl - Autumn Marie. Rebecca has some injuries from the accident and Autumn was taken to Riley for some specialized treatment.

“This fundraiser is to raise money to cover funeral expenses and current/future medical expenses for Rebecca and Autumn.”

The website accepts donations but people were encouraged to send checks to Edgewood Baptist Church, 3743 Nichol Ave. Anderson, IN 46011, and indicate on the envelope for Rebecca and Autumn Sperry.”

Monday morning, Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings said he had not received paperwork from the sheriff’s department and complete formal charging information being filed for up to a week.

Foutch serves as a patrol officer working the third shift and as a certified trainer providing in service training for the department, Ellingwood said. Foutch was placed on administrative leave and the Town Council will decide if that leave is paid or unpaid, Ellingwood said.

A passenger in Foutch’s vehicle, Erica Manis, complained of pain and was taken to St. Vincent Anderson for treatment. Manis is Foutch’s girlfriend and mother of his 2-year-old son, Ellingwood said.

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