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City Meetings Monday Evening

July 27, 2014
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings tonight beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety. The agenda includes ratifying the bid for the Beerenbrook and West Jefferson Street storm sewer project. City department heads will give their reports and City Engineer Rick Gaul will update the board...
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Weekly Bremen Police Report

July 27, 2014
Weekly Bremen Police Report

The weekly Bremen Police Report from July 18th to the 24th shows officers issued a total of 14 traffic citations and 26 traffic warnings. The Bremen PD Offense report had 2 theft reports, and one each for criminal trespass, battery in the presence of a child, battery with a prior conviction, invasion of privacy,...
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Bourbon Traffic Stop End with Arrest of Plymouth Woman

July 27, 2014
Bourbon Traffic Stop End with Arrest of Plymouth Woman

Just after 3 Sunday morning Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger stopped a silver Ford Focus on Lincoln Highway west of Apple Road for driving left of center. The driver, Melissa R. Lolmaugh of Plymouth was suspected of consuming alcohol and Officer Geiger conducted a field sobriety test which Lolmaugh failed. She was transported to...
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Bourbon Teen Suspected a Letters from Signs

July 27, 2014
Bourbon Teen Suspected a Letters from Signs

Over the past several weeks Bourbon Tropics at 403 East Center Street has been the victim of repeated thefts of the letters on their sign. On Thursday, July 24th another theft occurred and Officer Matthew Cottrill conducted an in depth investigation which led to the arrest of a 17 year old female juvenile who...
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No Formal Discussion by Blueberry Board to Move

July 25, 2014
No Formal Discussion by Blueberry Board to Move

A comment made at an Argos School Board meeting about the possibility of the Blueberry Festival moving away from Centennial Park in Plymouth sparked hundreds of social media posts. Reportedly, Argos Schools Superintendent Russ Mikel related a question he had been asked from one of the Blueberry Festival Board members concerning how school attendance...
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Bourbon Officer Arrests Warsaw Man for Driving Without a License

July 25, 2014
Bourbon Officer Arrests Warsaw Man for Driving Without a License

On Friday, July 25th at approximately 1:50 A.M. Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a red Pontiac Sunfire for traveling 71 MPH in a 55 MPH zone on State Road 331 near 11th Road. The driver, 34 year old Carlos Lopez Ramos of Warsaw was found to...
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Owens Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Possession of Heroin and 1 ½ Years for Neglect of a Dependent

July 25, 2014
Owens Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison for Possession of Heroin and 1 ½ Years for Neglect of a Dependent

Courtney Owens, 25, of Walkerton, was sentenced Thursday (July 24, 2014) in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for possessing heroin within 1000 feet of a housing complex. In open court, Owens admitted that on March 21, 2014 she possessed heroin in her apartment located at Forest Place Apartments in Culver....
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United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

July 25, 2014
United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

Make the most of the summer sun! Get your foursome together and plan a weekly caravan to six popular courses in Marshall County. The Give and Golf Card, available for a $50 donation to United Way of Marshall County, entitles a golfer to play one round of golf at all six Marshall County courses:...
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Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office Purchases Weight Scales for Local Police Departments

July 25, 2014
Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office Purchases Weight Scales for Local Police Departments

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Holmes announced today his purchase of highly sensitive weight measuring scales for local police departments. Holmes purchased the instruments for the Argos, Bourbon, Culver, Plymouth, and Bremen police departments, and the Marshall County Undercover Narcotics Investigative Team. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Indiana State Police already...
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Tennis Court Project Moving Forward, Anticipate Ground Breaking in Sept.

July 25, 2014
Tennis Court Project Moving Forward, Anticipate Ground Breaking in Sept.

If a project to build new tennis courts at Centennial Park stays on track, groundbreaking is expected to commence in September and be completed by spring of 2015. The project comes after numerous meetings with the Plymouth Park Board, Blueberry Festival liaisons, Hoosier Old Wheels representatives, and Freedom Park Committee. According to Sarah Guild...
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