Two Knox residents were arrested after an alleged incident at a Plymouth store.Continue reading
A Knox woman was lodged in the Marshall County Jail following a Friday night incident at the Days Inn on Michigan Street in Plymouth.Continue reading
A Knox man was arrested early Monday morning, after he allegedly failed to pull over for Marshall County Police. Officers say that just after 2:00 a.m., they got a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 3500 block of Olive Road in Marshall County.
A high-speed pursuit that began in Marshall County and ended in a usually heavily-traveled intersection in Knox resulted in the arrest of the driver.
A report of a theft at the Plymouth Walmart led to the arrest of an Ora man, but not before police reportedly found drugs in his possession. Plymouth Police say that around 10:00 Thursday night, they got a call of a theft in progress. When officers got to Walmart, they say they found Charles E. Jensen, 45, cutting items out of packages. Police took him into custody and reportedly found him to be in possession of a legend drug.
A Hamlet man was arrested early Monday morning during a traffic stop in the area of Jefferson Street and Oak Road in Plymouth.
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.
Plymouth Police have arrested a Winamac man for suspected auto theft. Officers say they were called to the Skylane Apartments area in Plymouth around 2:45 Friday afternoon, to look for someone who allegedly tried to take a truck. Police say they found 25-year-old Levi Clemons.
A Medaryville woman was arrested on Tuesday night after reportedly swerving to miss a deer and going off the road while she was driving under the influence.
According to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, 24-year-old Alexandria Burns and passenger Melvin R. Taylor, of Medaryville, were on State Road 106 and Plymouth-Goshen Trail in Marshall County when a deer ran out in the roadway. Burns swerved to miss the deer and her vehicle ran off the highway and rolled over, as accounted in the report.
Police say a Taylor suffered a broken collar bone in the accident.
Burns was arrested and booked into the Marshall County Jail on a preliminary felony charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing serious bodily injury.
A Plymouth theft investigation led to the arrests of two people on drug-related charges Monday. Plymouth Police say that around 10:00 a.m., a vehicle was pulled over in the area of U.S. 30 and Oak Drive.
Plymouth Police officers arrested two people in separate incidents who were wanted for dealing drugs.
On Monday, Jan. 8, officers stopped 29-year-old Wayne Austin Hardesty, of Grovertown, who was reportedly speeding and found that he had an active warrant for two counts of dealing in a schedule III drug. He was booked in the Marshall County Jail on those charges with a cash bond of $10,005.
A report of shoplifting allegedly led to the discovery of methamphetamine in Plymouth Friday night. Plymouth Police were called to the Walmart parking lot shortly after 7:30, after store employees accused two men of shoplifting.
Two people were arrested last week, after a pursuit involving Starke and Marshall County Police. Officers with the Marshall County Police Department say it happened shortly before 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 21.
Plymouth officers have made arrests in a burglary incident reported on Aug. 28.
Police say a man entered the Maax business at 1001 N. Oak Drive in Plymouth in the overnight hours on Monday, Aug. 28 and was found by a worker at the bottom of the stairs inside the building with a change machine on top of him.
A Knox man was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly running from Plymouth police officers.
Officers were called to the Red Rock Inn in Plymouth just after midnight on a report of criminal mischief. The caller reportedly told police that the suspect, later identified as Bradley Scott, left the area in a black vehicle traveling west on Hoham Drive.
Two Knox residents were arrested overnight Friday after a traffic stop in the area of Rose Road and Lincoln Highway in Marshall County.
Marshall County Police say a K9 searched the 2006 Kia passenger vehicle and indicated the presence of narcotics. Officers reportedly found two used syringes under the passenger seat, plus 3.5 grams of heroin hidden underneath the floor carpeting on the driver’s side. Other items of drug paraphernalia were also allegedly collected.
Culver man was arrested Wednesday after Marshall County police received a call about an apparent car theft from a residence in the 7,000 block of 11A Road.
An officer with the Bourbon Police Department conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle reportedly matching the description of the stolen vehicle. During the course of the investigation, police reportedly found 58-year-old Ronald Bryan Finchum in possession of methamphetamine.
Finchum was booked into the Marshall County Jail on preliminary felony charges of auto theft and possession of methamphetamine.
A Carmel man was arrested Thursday, after he allegedly led police on a chase through three counties on U.S. 30. Police say it began around 1:45 p.m. in Marshall County, when a patrolman tried to pull over a car near Tulip Road.
The Hamlet Town Council was introduced to its newest police officer Wednesday. Council members unanimously voted to offer the full-time deputy position to Cody Rosinski. Continue reading
A Hamlet man was booked into the Marshall County Jail on Sunday after an accidental shooting incident in Marshall County at the end of January.
According to court documents, David J. Paulson, 35, and a four-year-old child were in a vehicle traveling west on U.S. 30 and Beech Road in Bourbon on Jan. 31 when the child allegedly picked up a loaded .40 caliber handgun from a pocket Paulson’s coveralls in the backseat of the vehicle. The handgun discharged, and Paulson suffered a wound to the back of his right upper arm.