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Indiana State Police Announce Results of the 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign from May 15 to May 31, 2015

June 1, 2015
Indiana State Police Announce Results of the 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign from May 15 to May 31, 2015

Today, June 1, 2015, the Indiana State Police announced there were 2,973 tickets issued for seat belt law violations over the course of the seat belt enforcement program that ran from May 15th through May 31st.  This number only reflects citations issued by Indiana State Police.  This is a preliminary number based on electronic ticket information. ...
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North Carolina Man Arrested in Operation Pull Over Blitz

June 1, 2015
North Carolina Man Arrested in Operation Pull Over Blitz

While working Operation Pull Over on Saturday afternoon May 30th, Marshall County Police Officer Les McFarland stopped a vehicle traveling 77 mph in a 60 mph zone.  During the traffic stop, it was found that the driver, Carl Roberts, age 28, had a suspended driver license through North Carolina.  Officer McFarland believed that Roberts...
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Northern Indiana Man Seeks Kidney Donation

June 1, 2015
Northern Indiana Man Seeks Kidney Donation

When Nick and Beth Parker exchanged their wedding vows in September, 2013, they had no idea how soon they would face for better or for worse due to almost unthinkable circumstances. By June of 2014, Nick began having symptoms of kidney failure including extreme fatigue, loss of appetite and then trouble digesting what he...
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LaPaz Police Arrest Michael Gilley

June 1, 2015
LaPaz Police Arrest Michael Gilley

On Thursday, May 28, LaPaz police initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of Burger King.  The vehicle was stopped for an unsafe start, after the officer observed the driver taking off at a high rate of speed, causing items to fall out of the bed of the truck onto Michigan Road. During...
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Motorcycle Clocked at 100 MPH, Driver Arrested

June 1, 2015
Motorcycle Clocked at 100 MPH, Driver Arrested

Saturday, June 27th   a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department clocked a motorcycle in access of 100 mph on US 30.  The officer caught up with the vehicle and attempted to make a traffic stop.  The driver of the motorcycle, 27 year old Russell Moore of Bourbon accelerated and a pursuit ensued. The...
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Benjamin Luke Thompson III – 8 days old – from Plymouth

May 31, 2015
Benjamin Luke Thompson III – 8 days old – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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2 Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

May 31, 2015
2 Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

On Wednesday, May 27th Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a possible theft. 21 year old Camden Dutton of Warsaw and 20 year old Storm Kinsey of Bourbon were seen concealing items on their persons and then attempted to leave the store without purchasing the items. Wal-Mart Asset Protection detained...
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Bremen Police Activity Report 5/22 – 5/28

May 31, 2015
Bremen Police Activity Report 5/22 – 5/28

The weekly Bremen Police Department activity report for May 22nd through May 28th has 34 traffic warning being issued and 28 traffic citations being issued by Bremen officers. Bremen Police investigate two crashes last week, on the 22nd at Marshall and West Maple Street.  This was a personal injury accident and on the 26th...
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Plymouth Fire Chief to Discuss Training Tower with Commissioners

May 31, 2015
Plymouth Fire Chief to Discuss Training Tower with Commissioners

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes an update on the 7th Road Project and the wetland mitigation project. Judy Stone representing Jerry Chavez from Marshall County Economic Development Corporation will discuss the Regional Cities Initiative...
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Plymouth School’s Chinese Teacher Receives Extended Work Visa

May 31, 2015
Plymouth School’s Chinese Teacher Receives Extended Work Visa

When Mei Guan first came to the Plymouth Schools on October, 29. 2012 to start their first course in Chinese, she understood that she would probably have to return to China within three years. But after an extremely long and difficult application process to get an extension, Guan will be teaching in Plymouth for...
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