The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation has placed another principal on paid administrative leave due to allegations of misconduct.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman presented Town Council members with multiple vehicle quotes when met for their January meeting.Continue reading
A group of juveniles who were caught vandalizing the Winamac Town Park will have to clean it up, according to the town’s park board president.
Chris Schramm, who’s also a detective with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, told the rest of the board Thursday that town police apprehended the juveniles for spray painting last weekend.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department is scheduled to add a vehicle to their fleet in 2020 so Town Council members reviewed a few different quotes when members met on Monday.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council made a decision related to the police force when members met on Monday.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department released details surrounding Sunday morning’s fatal accident.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department and surrounding agencies will be brushing up on some skills with a training session that’s being hosted this today, Thursday and Friday, according to Town Marshal Mark Hoffman.Continue reading
Getting body camera footage from the Winamac Police Department will now cost $150. The fee was approved as part of an ordinance by the town council Monday.Continue reading
Nearly thirty individuals were taken into the custody after concerns from Pulaski County residents prompted a multi-officer patrol on the Tippecanoe River on Saturday.
Authorities report that Indiana DNR Conservation Officers conducted a patrol on the river on August 31st in response to citizen complaints that included excessive littering and other suspected criminal activity. Some of those issues were addressed during a previous Winamac Town Council meeting.Continue reading
Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers informed the town council about a recent enforcement effort conducted by a deputy marshal in the Police Department when members met last Monday.Continue reading
Jumping from the swinging bridge in Pulaski County is a finable offense that local law enforcement officials are on the look out for.Continue reading
An investigation is underway, after a Rensselaer man was found dead at a home near Medaryville Thursday morning. The Pulaski County Coroner’s Office says it was called to investigate the death of a 25-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds. He’s been identified as Brandon Kyle Messer.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski’s auditorium is getting a new sound system. The school board Monday approved the purchase of more than $20,000 of equipment, including installation costs, from Jubilee Sound.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council members were introduced to a new member of the Police Department when they met Monday night.Continue reading
A report of a Snapchat message led to a heightened security presence at Eastern Pulaski Schools Wednesday. Superintendent Dan Foster says the matter was brought to a teacher’s attention Tuesday afternoon.Continue reading
A former Pulaski County Judge is facing a felony charge after an incident at the Winamac VFW Post #1728 Saturday night.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman presented a hire recommendation to Town Council members Monday night.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department will be moving forward with the installation of a practice range out at the Town Woods.
Town Manager Brad Zellers recently reminded council members of a request from the Police Department that they approved back in January of 2016.Continue reading
Pulaski County officially has a new maintenance director. The county commissioners appointed Mia Salyers to the position Tuesday.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman provided Town Council members with an update about the Police Department’s most recent hire, Jeff Johnston, when they met Monday night.Continue reading