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Grovertown man arrested for cashing counterfeit traveler’s check

January 8, 2016
Grovertown man arrested for cashing counterfeit traveler’s check

A Grovertown man was arrested for cashing a counterfeit traveler’s check. 48-year-old Thomas Levendowski was arrested on Wednesday and faces charges of forgery and false informing. On November 17, the Plymouth Police Department received a report about a $500 counterfeit traveler’s check that had been cashed by Levendowski. Further investigation revealed that nine more...
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PHS Memorial Moment for Deb Davis

January 8, 2016
PHS Memorial Moment for Deb Davis

The Plymouth Athletic Department will have a memorial moment of silence for Deb Davis, long time scorekeeper for the Lady Pilgrims Basketball program. She will be honored prior to the varsity introductions at of the girls JV – Varsity game verses Elkhart Memorial on Saturday, January 9th.  JV start time is 12:00 EST.  We encourage all Big Red...
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Jesse Bohannon Files for House District 17 Seat

January 7, 2016
Jesse Bohannon Files for House District 17 Seat

On the first day of the filing period, Secretary of State Connie Lawson certified the application of Bremen’s Jesse Bohannon as the first candidate to appear on the Republican primary election ballot to replace retiring Rep. Tim Harman in House District 17 (Marshall and Fulton Counties). “I’m excited to finally make it official,” said...
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School Board Members Tested by PHS Students

January 7, 2016
School Board Members Tested by PHS Students

Plymouth School Board members as well as several administrators had to think fast as part of experiments presented by students of David Hatcher of Plymouth High School. Four students represented their classmates during a presentation to the Board on January 5. Kaylie Barden, Jack Barron, Melanie Cooper, and Carson Pifer illustrated the way “priming”...
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December Marshall County Jail Report

January 7, 2016
December Marshall County Jail Report

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel released the December Activity Report for the jail. The top 10 offenses for being booked into the jail were; #10 – Court Ordered Hearings, #9 – Dealing in Cocaine or Meth, #8 – Battery, #7 – Operator Never Licensed, #6 – Probation Violation.  The top 5 are; #5 - ...
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Commissioners Approve County Attorney Contract

January 7, 2016
Commissioners Approve County Attorney Contract

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approved the 2016 contract for legal representation and made several appointments. Jim Clevenger will again serve as the county attorney.  The contract approved is identical to the 2015 agreement.  There is a $1,250 monthly retainer which covers monthly meetings, conversations with the commissioners and preparation for meetings.   An...
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County Police Arrest Ft. Wayne Man for OWI

January 7, 2016
County Police Arrest Ft. Wayne Man for OWI

On Thursday, January 7, at approximately 1:50 in the morning an officer with the Marshall County Police Department arrested 30 year old Peris Redd of Ft. Wayne for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a person 18 years of age or younger and Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated on a Controlled Substance following a...
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Park Bus Trip, Tour of Albanese Candy Factory

January 7, 2016
Park Bus Trip, Tour of Albanese Candy Factory

The Plymouth Park Department will host their first bus trip of the new year on Monday, January 25th.  The trip will include a tour of the Albanese Candy Factory in Merrillville and a lunch at Portillo’s. Every year, people from all over the country come to learn about the process of making the “World’s...
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Trent Arrested for Driving While Suspended

January 7, 2016
Trent Arrested for Driving While Suspended

On Wednesday, January 6, at 3:48 in the afternoon, a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of U.S. 30 and Fir Road. During the investigation it was discovered that the driver of the vehicle, 34 year old Billy G. Trent of Bourbon, held...
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Donnelly: Pentagon Report Shows ‘Great Deal of Work to Be Done to Combat Military Suicide’

January 7, 2016
Donnelly: Pentagon Report Shows ‘Great Deal of Work to Be Done to Combat Military Suicide’

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement in response to the Department of Defense (DoD) report on military suicides in the third quarter of 2015,  released Tuesday, that found 142 servicemembers were lost to suicide in the third quarter of 2015 and a total of 363 servicemembers through the first nine months of...
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