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Archive for January, 2018

Plymouth girls win on the road

January 19, 2018

Plymouth girls win on the road SYRACUSE – Last night, the Plymouth freshmen girls basketball team traveled to take on the Warriors of Wawasee in another NLC matchup. The Pilgrims defeated them with a final score of 36-16. The leading scorer for the evening was Tallulah Gault. She was able to tally 20 points....
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Plymouth falls to Wawasee

January 19, 2018

Plymouth falls to Wawasee SYRACUSE – The Plymouth Freshmen battled back from being in an early 13 point deficit to just fall short to the host Wawasee Warriors 27 – 22. Owen Yoder played a strong game on both ends for the Pilgrims bringing the Pilgrims back with some treys down the stretch. The...
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Coordinated Warrant Sweep on 18B Road in Tippecanoe Results in 7 Arrests and Numerous Weapons and Narcotics

January 19, 2018
Coordinated Warrant Sweep on 18B Road in Tippecanoe Results in 7 Arrests and Numerous Weapons and Narcotics

Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman announced an intricately coordinated operation was conducted on January 18 by law enforcement officers from the Indiana State Police, Marshall County Police Department, Marshall County Drug Task Force, the Plymouth Police Department, the Bremen Police Department and the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office.   Over two dozen officers from the various...
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Donnelly Helps Introduce Legislation to Protect Veterans from Predatory Home Lending

January 19, 2018
Donnelly Helps Introduce Legislation to Protect Veterans from Predatory Home Lending

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN) recently joined Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and a group of bipartisan Senators to introduce the Protecting Veterans from Predatory Lending Act of 2018, bipartisan legislation that would protect veterans from targeted predatory home loan practices. The legislation would require lenders to demonstrate a material benefit to consumers...
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ISP/CVED Working to Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking

January 19, 2018
ISP/CVED Working to Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking

On January 4, 2010 President Obama issued a proclamation naming January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. This followed a 2007 Senate resolution naming January 11th as Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers (CVEOs) and Motor Carrier Inspectors (MCIs) are teaming up with officers from neighboring states to raise...
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Prosecutors Urge Legislature to Expand INSPECT Program

January 19, 2018
Prosecutors Urge Legislature to Expand INSPECT Program

Two Indiana prosecuting attorneys told a legislative committee this week medical practitioners should have the ability to check via the INSPECT data base whether a patient has been previously prescribed an opioid or benzodiazepine. Members of the Senate Health and Provider Services Committee were considering Senate Bill 221 that among other items, requires medical...
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Statement from Indiana Republican Members of Congress on Funding Bill

January 19, 2018
Statement from Indiana Republican Members of Congress on Funding Bill

WASHINGTON – U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski (IN-02), Jim Banks (IN-03), Todd Rokita (IN-04), Susan Brooks (IN-05), and Larry Bucshon, M.D., (IN-08) today released the following statement after the House passed legislation to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), suspend the medical device tax, and keep the government open: “The House took action to stop...
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Warrant Sweep Nabs Suspected Drug Dealers In Marshall County

January 19, 2018
Warrant Sweep Nabs Suspected Drug Dealers In Marshall County

In the morning hours of January 18, Indiana State Troopers with the Bremen post, along with the Indiana State Police ERT and Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section conducted a warrant sweep in Tippecanoe.  This was the result of an ongoing drug investigation that started due to citizen complaints. A search warrant was served at 3345...
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Pair Arrested in LaPaz by County Police on Drug and Gun Charges

January 19, 2018
Pair Arrested in LaPaz by County Police on Drug and Gun Charges

Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stopped a vehicle Thursday night, January 18th about 11:30 on Vandalia Street in LaPaz.  The black 2004 Chevrolet Impala failed to signal a turn and had false and fictitious registration.  During the investigation, the 39 year old driver Nicole A. Glod  of South Bend was found...
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David Hostetler Files for Marshall County Commissioner in District 1

January 19, 2018
David Hostetler Files for Marshall County Commissioner in District 1

62 year old Dave Hostetler of Walkerton/Polk Township filed his intentions to run for Marshall County Commissioner in District 1 on Tuesday morning. Hostetler is a lifetime resident of Polk Township and has worked most of his career in the area. He spent 11 years as part of the management team at U.S. Granules...
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