Courtesy of WDRB-41, Louisville, KY:
Darren Doyle, contributing:
Police in New Albany, Indiana, are looking for a suspect formerly from Edmonson County in a homicide that occurred Wednesday at an apartment complex off Prestwick Square, in New Albany.
New Albany Police Chief Todd Bailey said Rodney McNutt is wanted for the death of Adam Galloway, 44, who was found dead inside his apartment at the The Annex of New Albany complex just after 5:15 p.m. Wednesday. McNutt is a former Edmonson County resident with a criminal history in Edmonson County.
McNutt, currently of Clarksville IN, is a white male, age 48, 5 ft 7 inches, and 200 lbs. He has black/gray hair.
Sheriff Shane Doyle said the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office is offering assistance to investigators.
"We have no reason to believe McNutt would be back in Edmonson County; however, we encourage anyone that might know of his whereabouts to call our office at 270-597-2157 and we can coordinate with New Albany Police," Sheriff Doyle said.
In a press release from New Albany Police, provided by WDRB, police stated: "McNutt was last seen on foot in Clarksville IN. DO NOT APPROACH this suspect as he considered armed and will likely resist. If seen contact your local law enforcement. TIPS should be relayed to NAPD Criminal Investigations at 812-948-5317 or 812-944-6411; TIP line 812-948-NAPD."
Chief Bailey also stated in the press release, “The hard work of NAPD investigators assisted by Indiana State Police have concluded McNutt’s involvement in this case. I encourage anyone who encounters McNutt to immediately contact law enforcement."