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A Bourbon man was arrested Wednesday, June 7 after an accident investigation by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Bourbon Police Department responded to the area of Elm Road and 11th Road in Bourbon for an accident. When they arrived at the scene, a Bourbon Police officer found a vehicle with heavy front end damage and a pole that had been hit.
Plymouth Police Arrest Two for Operator Never Licensed
The Plymouth Police Department arrested two people for operator never licensed in two separate incidents Monday, June 5. Officers were called to the parking lot of Wings Etc. in Plymouth for a property damage accident at 5:18 p.m. ET. After an investigation, 42-year-old Lenny Figueroa-Padilla of Plymouth was taken into custody on a preliminary charge of operator never licensed.
Kosciusko Co. plant closure to impact more than 500 workers
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (WNDU) - A plant closure in Kosciusko County will impact over 500 workers. According to our reporting partners at the Warsaw Times-Union, LSC Print Solutions will close its Warsaw plant at 2801 W. Old 30 in September. Employees were informed about the closure and layoffs on Tuesday morning.
Plymouth Woman Arrested on Several Charges Following Traffic Stop
A Plymouth woman was arrested Monday, June 5 after the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call about an intoxicated woman attempting to drive from a residence in the 17,000 block of Tomahawk Trail with children in the vehicle, according to the report. A Plymouth Police Department officer located...
Wabash police seeking information in woman’s death
WABASH — The Wabash County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a homicide that happened in late May near Liberty Mills. On May 30, police found the body of 38-year-old April D. Greene in the Eel River near Liberty Mills. Green is a native of Warsaw. You can...
Man dies in crash along Wabash River in Logansport
LOGANSPORT, Ind. (WISH) — A 24-year-old driver died after crashing a pickup into a tree on Tuesday night near the Wabash River city of Logansport, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday. Oliver Crain, of Logansport, had to be extricated from the 1998 Chevrolet S-10 after, investigators believe,...
Several Marshall County Residents Complain about Road Conditions
Several residents have complained about road conditions this spring to the Marshall County Commissioners. There are several roads that have been reclaimed, or ground, this spring and Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters previously explained that it takes some time for some elements to settle before work is done to put on a hard surface. In most instances, the road will be chip sealed. In all, 47.75 miles of roads have been reclaimed this year with a hard surface yet to be applied. Peters said that it is the goal to have a hard surface on all reclaimed roads by the end of July, which is dependent on the weather. Paving will start after that schedule.
Caston softball prepares for first trip to state final
FULTON, Ind. (WNDU) - The Caston Comets have never played for a state championship in any sport, but that will change on Saturday afternoon. The Comets softball team (22-4) will take the field at Purdue’s Bittinger Stadium against top-ranked Tecumseh (24-9) in the Class 1A state final — and the little town of Fulton has been celebrating its semi-state champions all week.
Warrant Service Leads to Arrest of Kokomo Man for Child Molestation
Tuesday morning, shortly after 1 a.m., a Kokomo man was arrested on numerous felony charges after being tracked down in Miami County for a Howard County Warrant. Trooper Chad Babbs and Trooper Kyle Miller, along with members of the Miami County Sheriff’s Office and the Howard County Sheriff’s Office, began an investigation after receiving information on the possible whereabouts of 46-year-old Geremy D. Miller of Kokomo. Miller had an active warrant for 24 felony counts relating to child sex crimes. Law enforcement officers went to a residence in Bunker Hill where Miller was located and taken into custody without incident.
Peru man faces multiple drug, gun charges
Jun. 8—PERU — Police arrested a Peru man this week after they say authorities located drugs and several illegally owned guns at his Miami County residence. Blaine J. O'Neil, 55, is now facing four level 5 felony charges of unlawful possession of a handgun with a prior felony conviction, a single level 5 felony charge of possession of a narcotic drug and a single misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana, according to online court records.
Area Police Reports
Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incidents:. 1:07 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, 100 block EMS B31 Lane, Warsaw. James E. Bir reported the theft of patio furniture and a trailer. Value: $3,425. 3:21 p.m. Monday, June 5, 100 block EMS B43 Lane, Leesburg. Jason W....
Fire in old chicken coop shuts down SR 25 during morning commute
WARSAW — A fire that started in an old chicken coop led to the closure of SR 25 shortly after 7 a.m. Thursday. The fire at a residence along SR just south of CR 200S — in the middle of what’s known as the Devil’s Backbone — was called in around 7:15 a.m.
Body of missing Grand Rapids man found in Cass County
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Numerous Departments Assist With Outbuilding Fire In Devil’s Backbone
WARSAW — Numerous departments were called to a fire at an outbuilding in Devil’s Backbone on Wednesday morning, June 7. First responders were called out at 7:09 a.m. to 2304 S. SR 25, Warsaw, for the blaze, said Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory Battalion Chief Mike Brubaker. It took firefighters...
Miss Blueberry Scholarship Pageant Set for June 17
This year marks the 57th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival. The theme for this year is “Unifying Our Community Through Appreciation” On Saturday, June 17, 2023, the first official event of the festival, The Miss Blueberry Scholarship Pageant, featuring the “crowning” of the new 2023 Miss Blueberry by Rilynn Ames, 2022 Miss Blueberry as she relinquishes her crown.
Warsaw Bus Drivers Recognized At School Board Meeting
WARSAW — Several of Warsaw Community Schools’ bus drivers were recognized for years of service and perfect attendance, among other reasons, during a June 7 WCS Board of Trustees meeting. WCS Director of Transportation Mark Fick and Assistant Director of Transportation Kristy Newton presented plaques and flowers to...
Scott Jones terminated from fire department, will receive back pay
Jun. 8—Scott Jones' employment with the Logansport Fire Department was terminated Wednesday, ending a five-year period of uncertainty following a 2018 arrest. The Board of Public Works and Safety determined Jones will receive back pay from the Public Employees' Retirement Fund and health insurance, after approval, up until June 7. Logansport Mayor Chris Martin made the decision on the grounds of Jones' Class A misdemeanor in interference in reporting a crime and for his inability to complete necessary requirements to be reinstated.
Edward W. Gates
Edward W. Gates, 91, of Rochester formerly of Eustis, Florida passed away peacefully at 12:35 a.m., Saturday, June 3, 2023 at home. Born on August 16, 1931 in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts, he was the son of the late Clayton and Eunice (Johnson) Gates. Edward was a graduate of the University...
Air Quality Alert for today; Cooler temperatures return
An Air Quality Alert is in effect for parts of the region through midnight tonight.
INDOT'S Propel U.S. 30 & U.S. 31 provides update at public meeting
The Indiana Department of Transportation conducted its second public meeting on the Propel U.S. 30 & U.S. 31 projects at Argos High School. About 50 people attended the open house and presentation. CMD Smith is the engineering firm hired by INDOT to conduct the PEL Study. The PEL is Planning...
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