About 230 Hoosier law-enforcement agencies and thousands nation-wide will soon join together for the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” mobilization.Continue reading
The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is distributing 1,000 new RADAR and LIDAR speed-enforcement devices to various local police agencies around the state.Continue reading
A Knox man suffered injuries after a single-vehicle accident in Marshall County early Thursday morning.Continue reading
Two Medaryville residents were arrested Friday, after Bremen Police say they found more than four pounds of meth during a traffic stop. Officers say they pulled over a Chevrolet for speeding on eastbound U.S. 6, near State Road 331, around 5:30 Friday evening.Continue reading
More than 2,000 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs were collected at Indiana State Police posts over the weekend. State Police and law enforcement agencies across the country teamed up with the Drug Enforcement Administration Saturday for the 16th nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
You can help prevent prescription drug abuse by turning in unused medications during this Saturday’s Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Indiana State Police and law enforcement agencies across the country are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the 16th nationwide collection event.
Last week’s Prescription Drug Take Back Event resulted in nearly 1,400 pounds of unwanted drugs being collected by Indiana State Police. That’s not counting those collected by 36 other law enforcement agencies around the state who took part in the event, including the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Bremen Police Department. Continue reading
Many law enforcement agencies around the country are teaming up for a Prescription Drug Take Back Event on Saturday. This will be the 11th nationwide Drug Take Back Day. It’s sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration and aims to prevent drug abuse and theft by helping people properly dispose of their prescription drugs. Continue reading
You can take your expired, unwanted or unused medicines for disposal to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at 1400 Pioneer Drive in Plymouth or to the CVS Pharmacy at 1150 W. Plymouth Street in Bremen.
A Fort Wayne man was sentenced in Marshal County Superior Court 1 to ten years in the Indiana Department of Corrections after pleading guilty in a plea agreement with the State to a charge of Manufacturing Methamphetamine as a Class B felony.
Brandon Shakelford admitted that he assisted in the manufacture of methamphetamine on May 19, 2013 at a home on East St. in Bremen, which is located directly across the street from Sunnyside Park.
Bremen Police Officers responding to a call about trespassers found an apparent meth lab inside a residence in the 400 block of South East Street. The incident occurred yesterday around 3:30 p.m. according to WNDU-TV. Brandon Shackelford and Raymond Van Blaricom are being held in the Marshall County Jail.