A Walkerton man who admitted to dealing methamphetamine to undercover officers over the course of two consecutive days pleaded guilty to that charge in Starke Circuit Court Thursday morning.Continue reading
A woman accused of dealing methamphetamine at a fast food restaurant in Knox while working there has pleaded guilty to charges related to the case in Starke Circuit Court.Continue reading
A Knox man will spend 12 years in prison after pleading guilty in a plea agreement to a Level 3 Felony charge of rape.Continue reading
A Knox man who pleaded guilty to charges of dealing and possessing methamphetamine will serve time on work release.Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced to work release per the terms of a plea agreement between the Starke County Prosecutor’s Office and Defense Attorney Timothy Lemon.Continue reading
Two defendants pleaded guilty to drug dealing charges in negotiated plea agreements between the State and Defense Attorney Blair Todd Wednesday morning in Starke Circuit Court.Continue reading
Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall accepted a plea agreement negotiated by Defense Attorney Richard Ballard and the State of Indiana in the case of Argos resident Richard LaFrance.Continue reading
A Knox man accused of rape in a case that was set for trial on Wednesday in Starke Circuit Court pleaded guilty.Continue reading
Two defendants were sentenced in Starke Circuit Court Wednesday morning per the terms of their plea agreements.Continue reading
Two defendants were sentenced Thursday morning in Starke Circuit Court.Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced in three different felony cases in Starke Circuit Court Thursday morning.Continue reading
The man found guilty of killing a Starke County resident will be sentenced next week.
A Walkerton woman was sentenced in Starke Circuit Court on Tuesday morning on a Level 5 Felony charge of attempted trafficking with an inmate.
As Halloween approaches, parents should be aware of the various resources that exist to help keep kids safe from predators while trick or treating. Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced Wednesday morning after being found guilty on a charge of murder in a jury trial in Starke Circuit Court.
A former Starke County resident who has been arrested at least 50 times was sentenced in Starke Circuit Court last week.
A plea agreement accepted by Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall will send a drug dealer to prison.
A Starke man was sentenced in Starke Circuit Court Thursday afternoon after a jury found him guilty of domestic battery as a Level 6 felony in a jury trial earlier this month.
The jury found that David Spohn battered his then-wife after an argument in their home on May 30, 2017. He punched her in the head, causing her to fall. He then held her down and continued to hit her resulting in a fracture in her back and a contusion on one of her ribs. This incident was witnessed by a child.
Jason Cooke was sentenced in Starke Circuit Court Monday afternoon.
Cooke pleaded guilty in an amended plea agreement to count of robbery as a Level 2 felony. Cooke admitted to robbing Sescoe Wireman of Knox of money, prescription medication, an Indiana ID card, and multiple credit cards. Cooke hit Wireman during the robbery causing severe injury. Wireman was hospitalized and later died. The incident happened on or about Oct. 6, 2015, at Wireman’s home in the 100 block of East 500 South in Knox.