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Three people were arrested during a traffic stop in Jasper on Wednesday evening. Jasper police report that at approximately 8 p.m. on Wednesday, officers conducted a traffic stop at the corner of 6th and Bartley Streets.  During the stop police identified three subjects, 28 year old Johnathan Rottet of Jasper, 27 year old Christopher Wilz of Huntingburg and 25 year old Autumn Redecker also of Huntingburg. The police explained that their vehicles were going to be towed, police say that’s when the subjects became disorderly, agitated, and combative toward police.

Photo Courtesy of DCSC Christopher Wilz
Photo Courtesy of DCSC
Christopher Wilz
Photo Courtsey of DCSC Johnathan Rottet
Photo Courtsey of DCSC
Johnathan Rottet

Police report the three became aggressive and began yelling obscenities at officers after being repeatedly told to calm down. Police say Rottet pushed an officer, at which point he was placed under arrest. While attempting to place Rottet in handcuffs, Wilz and Redecker continued yelling and approaching officers.

Photo Courtesy of DCSC Autumn Redecker
Photo Courtesy of DCSC
Autumn Redecker

Upon another officers arrival for assistance, police say Redecker pulled away, refusing to comply with officers commands.

Rottet is charged with a Level 6 Felony Count of Battery on a Officer of the Law, and a Class B Misdemeanor Count of Disorderly Conduct. Wilz is facing a Class B Misdemeanor Count of Disorderly Conduct. With Redecker is also looking at a Class B Misdemeanor Count of Disorderly Conduct and a Class A Misdemeanor count of Resisting Law Enforcement.

After they were cleared at Memorial Hospital, all three were taken to and lodged into the Dubois County Security Center.

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