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
The Culver Police Department is available to register golf carts for the upcoming season.Continue reading
A recent aggressive and impaired driving enforcement period kept officers from the Culver Police Department busy.Continue reading
As spring sets in, temperatures start to rise and winter ice and snow recede from the roadways, authorities report that drivers typically become more tempted to increase their speeds and take more risks behind the wheel.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council has agreed to pay police officers and EMS employees for unused holidays and vacation days. During last week’s meeting, Police Chief Wayne Bean explained that staffing issues have made it hard to provide coverage while still allowing officers to take time off. He didn’t think that carrying those days over into the new year would solve the problem. EMS Director Kathy Hart reported similar challenges.
The Culver Police Department is getting a new vehicle. The town council Tuesday approved the purchase of a Dodge Durango from Country Auto Center in Plymouth. It will cost just under $26,500, after trade-in.
The Culver Town Council approved a request from the Marshall County Health Department to host a closed POD for medication disbursement in the town.
A Culver woman was arrested on May 3 on several charges after police were made aware of a complaint of a child locked in a cage.
In March of 2017, the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day had the highest number of crashes involving impaired drivers.
Last year, the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration purchased more than 1,755 portable breath tests for Indiana law-enforcement agencies and an additional 836 devices are being purchased this year. Continue reading
The Culver Police Department is making their presence known around the Culver Community School Corporation.
Culver Police Chief Wayne Bean discussed pay for the officers within the Culver Police Department with the Culver Town Council members this week.
He explained that with a shortage of part-time officers, there are a lot of full-time officers who will not get to use their vacation, personal or holiday time because they will need to fill shifts through the end of the fiscal year.
Three people were taken to hospitals after a rollover crash on State Road 17 Wednesday. Marshall County Police say it happened around 5:15 p.m. north of 20 A Road. A 2006 Monte Carlo driven by Justin Orangias, 30, of Culver was heading northbound, when Orangias apparently tried to pass another vehicle.
The start of the summer vacation season in Culver has led to a few drunk driving arrests during the last two weeks.
Culver Police Chief Wayne Bean told the town council Tuesday night that in the past 10 days, six operating while intoxicated (OWI) arrests were executed by the Culver Police Department.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation will soon be giving local police the ability to monitor school buildings using the corporation’s existing security cameras. Continue reading
Officers from the Culver Police Department are cracking down on suspended drivers. Between Jan. 22 and 27 officers summoned and/or arrested six separate drivers on driving while suspended charges. Continue reading
A pair of Culver women face multiple felony charges in Marshall County after police officers from three departments followed up on a tip about a stolen car and a woman with an outstanding warrant. On Friday officers from the Indiana State Police, Culver Police and Marshall County Sheriff’s Department checked 624 Forest Place, Apartment 3A in Culver and found the stolen 2002 Chevrolet Malibu in the parking lot. They spoke to a resident of the apartment, Courtney M. Owens, 25. She gave them permission to search the apartment for the fugitive. Officers found Kayla J. Belue, 24, hiding under a bed, according to information provided by the Indiana State Police. Continue reading
An autopsy conducted by Forensic Pathologist Dr. Joseph Prahlow yesterday and a Culver police investigation have revealed that the result of the shootings on Wednesday, November 28 inside a Culver residence was a murder-suicide.
Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger indicated that the preliminary autopsy results showed that 44-year-old Michael Price shot 16-year-old Stephen Suthard multiple times and then turned the gun on himself.
The Culver Police Department has not released any more details in the shooting incident in Culver late Wednesday night.
44-year-old Michael Price and 16-year-old Culver High School Sophomore Stephen Suthard were found dead in a home at 419 W. Madison Street with apparent gunshot wounds. Price’s wife found the bodies when she came home late Wednesday night.
The Culver Police Department is working with Indiana State Police Crime Scene Technicians in finding out what led up to the incident. Evidence was collected at the scene and interviews are ongoing.