The man accused of killing 75-year-old Randall Bailey before leading police on a pursuit on Thanksgiving Day made his initial court appearance Wednesday. James Lee Campbell, 52, is charged with murder and resisting law enforcement, along with a firearm sentencing enhancement for the murder charge.Continue reading
A variety of winter and holiday themed art as well as unique furniture created by trustees in the Fostering A Recovery Mentality (F.A.R.M) program will be on display and for sale at the Starke County Justice Center this Saturday!Continue reading
Starke County Council members are reviewing four options in an effort to save money on the 2013 Starke County Justice Center bond 2013 repayment.Continue reading
A Knox man was arrested earlier this month on charges of sexual misconduct with a minor as a Level 4 Felony and child solicitation as a Level 5 Felony.Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced this week after pleading guilty in a plea agreement negotiated between his attorney, Richard Ballard, and the Starke County Prosecutor’s Office.Continue reading
Erika McCarthy was sentenced on two counts in Starke Circuit Court on Thursday per the terms of a plea agreement negotiated between her attorney, Richard Ballard, and the State of Indiana.Continue reading
A plea agreement between the State of Indiana and the defense attorney for Jacob Decker was accepted by Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall Wednesday morning.Continue reading
Two defendants were sentenced in Starke Circuit Court Wednesday morning per the terms of their plea agreements.Continue reading
The Starke County F.A.R.M. program has a variety of new items for the community to check out during their June sale this Saturday.Continue reading
A Plymouth man is in the Starke County Jail after allegedly threatening Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall.Continue reading
The Starke County Justice Center will host their first F.A.R.M. Sale of the year this weekend, just in time for you to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th.Continue reading
Starting today, a handful of Starke County Justice Center trustees will be attending 12 weeks of welding training, with the opportunity to receive certification.
Program officials who were interviewed about this opportunity indicated that the training is being offered to not only give offenders a chance to prove their commitment to recovery and rehabilitation, but to also benefit the community.Continue reading
Over the last few years, the Starke County Justice Center has implemented some innovative programs to help inmates combat substance abuse disorder.
The Fostering a Recovery Mentality (F.A.R.M) program is one that’s really blossomed recently.Continue reading
The Starke County Council members considered an appropriation into the Fostering a Recovery Mindset (F.A.R.M.) fund.Continue reading
Starke County Justice Center officials are preparing for a launch of new software that will assist the staff in updating information in an upgraded computer system.Continue reading
Two defendants were sentenced Thursday morning in Starke Circuit Court.Continue reading
A Starke County man was arrested after allegedly shooting a gun at a residence.Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced in three different felony cases in Starke Circuit Court Thursday morning.Continue reading
A North Judson woman was arrested on Saturday, Dec. 29 on suspicion of dealing a narcotic drug.Continue reading
Three jail officers at the Starke County Justice Center were honored on Friday evening for their efforts in saving the life of an inmate in September.