6/24/11 Marshall County Police received a call on June 16th about 10:00 a.m. in regard to a theft. Sometime between May 20th and Thursday June 16th unknown person removed approximately 650 feet of electrical wiring from the victim’s irrigation system in the 19,000 block of State Road 8. If you have any information, please contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department 574-936-3187.
On Saturday, June 18th around 12:40 p.m. while Patrolman Brandon Cooper was on routine patrol and witnessed a maroon Dodge Van swerving on US 31 near 12th Road. The vehicle had pulled over at 12th Road and at that time Officer Cooper noticed that the van had a flat tire and pulled over to assist the vehicle. Upon investigation it was found that driver, Count Von Neal 36, of Plymouth was driving on a suspended license. Neal was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked in for Driving While Suspended with a Prior. A $750.00 cash bond was paid on the same date at 4:00pm. Neal scheduled court appearance in Marshall County Superior Court #2 on July 12th.
Then later on Saturday around 7:00 p.m. Officer Les McFarland responded to the 10,000 block of King Road in reference to a theft. It was found that several thousand dollars’ worth of jewelry was taken from the home. After an investigation it was discovered that the suspect lived in Monterey and had allegedly taken the jewelry while he was visiting the home. The investigation found that the suspect sold the jewelry to a pawn shop in Knox. Officer McFarland is completing the case report and forwarding the case report to the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office for review and possible formal charges being filed on the male subject.
Patrolman Rob Hafke responded to 16450 Lincoln Highway, the current location of Treaders, on Monday June 20th at approximately 2:25pm in reference to unknown individuals entering the property sometime between Saturday June 18th at 4:00pm and Monday June 20th around 5:30am. The individuals stole several pieces of metal and broke into semi -trailers on the property stealing numerous tools, and then started cutting a large metal cage apart taking several pieces. Anyone with information regarding the thefts is asked to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at 574-936-3187.