Indiana State Police Issue Warning About Common Scams Going Around

Recently, the Indiana State Police Bremen Post has been contacted on an almost daily basis by concerned citizens that have almost become victims of scams or individuals who had loved ones that were scammed.

In response to the frequent calls, ISP Bremen Post Public Information Officer Ted Bohner issued a press release stating that is important for everyone to talk to their family about these phone scams and to have a plan in place if a scammer calls you or someone you love.

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Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office Releases Statement Over Fatal Bus Accident Investigation

 

On behalf of the Marshall County Prosecutor’s office, Prosecutor Nelson Chipman recently extended heartfelt sympathies to the victims and families impacted by Wednesday’s bus accident.

In a statement shared with media outlets, Chipman mentioned that the investigation into the fatal crash on U.S. 31 continues. He explained that the lead investigative agency is the Indiana State Police and that he has the utmost confidence in the skills of the ISP officers involved. Continue reading

ISP Releases Investigation Information from Fatal Crash Involving School Bus

Photo Source: ISP Bremen Post

Following several hours of investigation, the Indiana State Police have released additional information about the fatal accident involving an Eastern Pulaski Community School bus that occurred on U.S. 31 Wednesday morning. The collision reportedly claimed the life of a teenage boy.

At the time of the crash, the bus was occupied by 38 eighth grade students and three chaperones that were on the way to see a Christmas musical in Warsaw.  Continue reading

Eastern Pulaski Community School Bus Involved in Marshall County Crash

Marshall County Coroner John Grolich has confirmed that an accident between a semi and an Eastern Pulaski Community School Bus resulted in one fatality Wednesday morning (12/5). The collision occurred between 13th and 14th Roads on U.S. 31 near Argos.

Additionally, an injured student was airlifted and flown to a hospital in South Bend, according to a social media post shared by ISP Public Information Officer Sergeant Ted Bohner. Continue reading

Court Date Set for Rochester Woman Linked to Fulton County Bus Stop Accident

A court date has been set for the Rochester woman who faces multiple charges related to Tuesday morning’s bus stop accident in Fulton County.

According to a staff member at the Fulton County Jail, Alyssa Shepherd’s initial hearing date is set for Tuesday, November 13th at 8:30 a.m.

She faces three felony charges of reckless homicide and one misdemeanor charge of passing a school bus, when the arm signal device is extended, causing an injury. Continue reading