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County Police Reports

December 20, 2011

12/21/11  On Friday, December 16th between the hours of 1:45pm and 2:40pm an unknown person broke into the victims residence located in the 14,000 block of US 6 and removed a video game consoles, video games and several wrapped Christmas presents.  The person drove their vehicle behind the residence to hide the vehicle from the view of the roadway.

On Saturday, December 17th at approximately 11:15pm, Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the M

arshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle in the 4,000 block of Michigan Road for a traffic infraction.  Throughout the investigation it was determined that the driver, Rey Alfonso Astello 19, of South Bend was driving without ever receiving a license.  Astello was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked in with a $250.00 cash bond, which was paid on December 18th at 12:55am.  Astello is scheduled to appear in Marshall County Superior Court #2 on January 17th at 8:30am.

Marshall County Police Department responded to the 500 block of Thorn Road in Walkerton when a call was receive about a possible criminal mischief case.  Sometime during the overnight hours from Saturday December 17th to Sunday December 18th an unknown person came onto the concrete front stairs and broke the bottom piece of the glass storm door.  No other damage was located.  If anyone has information on these incidents, please contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s department at 574-936-3187.

One Response to “ County Police Reports ”

  1. Andrew on December 21, 2011 at 11:52 am

    I am sure I am not alone in wondering where we have come as a culture that a person can not only steal a Christmas present, but also very likely give it as well? Has our fascination with material things really overcast the true meaning of Christmas?

    There were time in my youth when money wasn’t always there for Christmas, but we got “gift certificates” from “Santa” to be redeemed later. I suppose in our modern times where everything has to be had “yesterday” this isn’t much of an option — but I still think its a good one.

    Merry Christmas