Four suspected drug dealers were arrested as part of a warrant sweep Monday. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department says the Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team served Level 2 felony warrants in multiple counties, with help from Marshall, Starke, and LaPorte county sheriff’s deputies.Continue reading
The Starke County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a semi-rollover accident on State Road 8 at Range Road.Continue reading
The Starke County Sheriff’s Department was called to the scene of a single-vehicle accident on State Road 8 near East Street in Knox.Continue reading
A North Judson resident is in the Starke County Jail after a drug investigation by undercover narcotics officers.Continue reading
A North Judson man faces drug charges after Starke County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested him on an outstanding arrest warrant.Continue reading
A Plymouth man is in the Starke County Jail after allegedly threatening Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall.Continue reading
An incident at a residence on State Road 8 kept firefighters busy throughout the night into today.
A fire was reported at 135 E. SR 8 around 5:10 p.m. on Tuesday evening.Continue reading
The Starke County Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team is hosting a fundraising banquet this weekend.
The event will be held from 5 p.m. until midnight on Saturday, April 20th at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center in Knox.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
A Starke County man was arrested after allegedly shooting a gun at a residence.Continue reading
A vehicle fire that occurred in Starke County Thursday evening resulted in one fatality.
According to Sheriff Bill Dulin, around 5:40 p.m. on Thursday, February 7th, the Starke County 911 Center received a call about a vehicle that had reportedly hit a tree and caught on fire.Continue reading
The Starke County Sheriff’s Department Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team will host a fundraising banquet later this year.
The event will be held at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center in Knox from 5 p.m. until midnight on Saturday, April 20th.Continue reading
When Indiana was hit hard with extremely low wind chills and frigid conditions on Wednesday, local authorities received a report of an unresponsive man being found on the ground in Koontz Lake.
The individual was revived at the scene but later passed away.Continue reading
Six people were arrested in a joint criminal patrol on Wednesday, Jan. 16 in Marshall County.Continue reading
Around 12:20 p.m. on Sunday, December 30th, the Starke County Dispatch Center alerted emergency officials of an accident near 1740 S on State Road 39.
Dispatch reports that Starke County Sheriff’s Department, Starke County EMS, the North Judson Police Department and the North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department responded to the scene.Continue reading
A driver was reportedly airlifted from a cornfield near Toto Road, following a Sunday night crash.Continue reading
Motorists are reminded to be extra cautious driving, as this morning’s conditions led to multiple vehicles sliding off the road.Continue reading
Knox school officials will be better equipped to respond to off-site emergencies, thanks to some recent donations from Starke Hospital. Last week, the school board accepted a $500 donation for the purchase of emergency bags.Continue reading
A number of donations were accepted by the Oregon-Davis School Board Monday. Some students will getting new t-shirts, thanks to a pair of donations from Lee Nagai, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. “[He] donated $100 to help with the cost of first [and second] grade t-shirts and then also 35 t-shirts that were purchased for the pep band,” Harman explains. “So we appreciate Lee Nagai’s assistance there.”