From the Knox City Police Department:
11/18/10 An employee at Cambe Chevrolet reported a vehicle missing from the parking lot. Knox police talked with Greg Rudd who stated that the 2010 Chevy 1500 Silverado, two door, red pickup was parked in the south parking lot and was last observed on the property on November 17th. The vehicle had no license plate and the truck had 900 miles on it. It was listed in new condition.
11/17/10 David and Traci Frazier reported vandalism to their vehicle. The front passenger window was broken and Traci’s wallet was missing from the glove box.
11/16/10 Keith Berndt reported a hit and run. Berndt told police that he was cutting hair at his shop and heard a loud bang. He saw that a vehicle just backed into his parked vehicle. A tail light and lens from the unknown vehicle was spotted in the roadway. The vehicle was gold in color.
11/18/10 Christy Garrison, 37, 301 Danker St., Knox, IN, arrested on preliminary charges of Conversion, Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Possession of a Schedule III Controlled Substance.
Melody Heath, 29, 2706 Julia Dr., North Judson, IN, arrested on preliminary charges of Conversion, Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of a Controlled Substance (x2)
Michael S. Mann, 36, 301 E. Danker St. #121, Knox, IN, arrested on preliminary charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance (x2)
Garrison and Heath were arrested after a Walgreens employee saw them in the store and have allegedly stole items from the store in the past. The police were called and the pair were questioned by police outside of the business and a search on their vehicle allegedly used in the manufacture of methamphetamine and controlled substances. Michael Mann was arrested after it was said that the pseudoephedrine that was purchased at the store was to be used in the alleged manufacture of methamphetamine by Mann.
11/14/10 Tammora M. Shei, 45, 601 S. Heaton St., Knox, IN, arrested on a preliminary charge of Conversion.
From the Starke County Sheriff’s Department:
11/22/10 Don with Chesapeake Railroad in LaCrosse reported that the railroad building was broken into and the case was referred to the LaCrosse Police Department.
11/22/10 Gary Pancek reported a cell phone and wallet stolen from his truck while it was parked at the Roundup.
11/22/10 Michelle Romine reported the theft of a dirtbike from her residence in North Judson.
11/22/10 A U-Haul trailer was reported stolen from a business in the 3800 block of E. 275 S. in Knox.
11/22/10 A resident reported the break in of her pole barn and tools were stolen. The incident occurred in the 4900 block of E. 150 N. in Knox.
11/21/10 A resident in the 300 block of Star Court in Knox reported the theft of a winning lottery ticket worth $20.
11/21/10 A resident in the 3200 block of W. 800 S in North Judson reported the front door kicked in at the residence.
11/20/10 A resident in the 4600 block of S. US 35 in Knox reported that she was going to get her outside dogs in the house and a person driving a pickup truck stopped and took a dog. The dog is a black and white Corgi with a black collar.
11/19/10 A resident called police to report that two male subjects were reportedly stealing copper wire from an electrical box at the southwest corner of State Road 23 and US 30.
11/18/10 A resident in the 3100 block of S. 100 W. in North Judson reported the theft of rings and other jewelry.
11/17/10 A resident in the 5200 block of W. 100 N. in Knox reported unknown person(s) stole a 30 gallon garbage can.
11/16/10 A resident in the 200 block of S. 1025 E. in Knox reported some unknown persons shooting at his shed.
11/16/10 Kayla Jo Belue, 20 of Winamac, IN, was cited on a preliminary charge of Operator Never Licensed and Speeding.
The Starke County Sheriff’s Department reported nine car vs deer accidents from 11/16/10-11/23/10
From the Hamlet Police Department:
11/15/10 Amy Scott of Hamlet was charged with Driving While Suspended.
11/20/10 Dawn Ferch reported identity theft.
11/21/10 Two car vs deer accidents were reported.