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3 Plymouth Women Arrested for Check Fraud & Theft from CJ Poly

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July 19, 2017
3 Plymouth Women Arrested for Check Fraud & Theft from CJ Poly

Last week on July 12, the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding Check Fraud and Theft from CJ Poly in Plymouth. An investigation revealed that a previous employee, 32 year old Autumn Burnham of Plymouth had manufactured checks without authorization and she and others had cashed the checks. The trio cashed the checks...
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Culver Redevelopment Commission Seeks a Champion

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July 19, 2017
Culver Redevelopment Commission  Seeks a Champion

The Culver Redevelopment Commission met Monday evening to consider the future of the Culver Theater.  Town Manager Jonathan Leist up-dated the members on a request for proposals from architectural firms. He received two proposals, the most competitive one from SRKM Architecture in the amount of $8,450.   The proposal would include a structural assessment, preliminary budget, a...
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Attorney General Hill Warns of Tech Support Scams

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July 19, 2017
Attorney General Hill Warns of Tech Support Scams

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of deceptive pop-up alerts on their computers claiming that their devices are infected with viruses and could be vulnerable to hackers. Individuals are being targeted through pop-up messages designed to resemble security alerts from legitimate computer manufacturers or other technology companies. The pop-up alerts claim...
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The Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases Patrol Results

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July 19, 2017
The Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases Patrol Results

The Marshall County DUI Task Force Tuesday announced the results of patrols from October 2016 through June 2017. The Marshall County DUI Task Force is a cooperation of officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Plymouth Police Department, Bourbon Police Department, Bremen Police Department, and the Culver Police Department. In all, Task Force officers...
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senator Head to Serve on Interim Study Committees

July 19, 2017
senator Head to Serve on Interim Study Committees

During the legislative session, members of the Indiana General Assembly often discover that certain topics require further consideration and study before further legislative action can be taken. Indiana’s bipartisan Legislative Council, which is made up of eight state senators and eight state representatives, determines topics that need to be studied and assigns them to interim study...
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Bremen Post Welcomes New Public Information Officer

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July 19, 2017
Bremen Post Welcomes New Public Information Officer

Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recently announced the promotion of Trooper Ted Bohner to the rank of sergeant to serve as the Public Information Officer for the Bremen Post.  Sergeant Bohner earned this promotion through completion of written testing and a competitive interview process. Bohner, a ten year veteran of the Indiana State...
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Jordan Miller of Plymouth Arrested on Multiple Counts

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July 19, 2017
Jordan Miller of Plymouth Arrested on Multiple Counts

34 year old Jordan Miller of Plymouth was stopped for a traffic violation Monday night about 9:45 at Oak Drive and US 30 by Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper. During the traffic stop Mr. Miller was found to be Driving While Suspended, in Violation of a Protective Order and in Possession of Marijuana.  Jordan...
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Walorski Joins Interior Secretary, Industry Leaders for Roundtable on Outdoor Recreation Economy

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July 19, 2017
Walorski Joins Interior Secretary, Industry Leaders for Roundtable on Outdoor Recreation Economy

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday joined Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, members of the Hoosier delegation, and outdoor recreation industry representatives for a roundtable discussion on how public-private partnerships can boost investment in outdoor tourism and drive growth in American RV and boat manufacturing. “Northern Indiana is the RV Capital of...
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Donnelly: ‘U.S. Should Be Doing More to Counter Iran’

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July 19, 2017
Donnelly: ‘U.S. Should Be Doing More to Counter Iran’

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the Administration certified that Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and called for the U.S. to take additional action to counter Iran’s support for terrorism and human rights violations, as well as its ballistic missile program. Donnelly,...
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Fornelli joins Lady Chargers

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July 19, 2017
Fornelli joins Lady Chargers

DONALDSON, IN – Irelynd Fornelli, a graduate of Knox High School, has committed to Charger Women’s Basketball.   Fornelli comes to the Ancilla team as a point guard and shooting guard.  Besides playing basketball, she also ran track for four years and was Captain of the Track team.  She was also very involved in...
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