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Man Charged with Stalking After Sending 775 Texts

March 10, 2016
Man Charged with Stalking After Sending 775 Texts

A Bremen man was arrested Wednesday on stalking charges after sending hundreds of text messages in violation of a protective order. Jason Wayne Craig, 48, of 3102 Sea Lane, Apt. 1, Bremen, was arrested at 11:28 a.m. Wednesday after police say he sent texts and phone calls in violation of a November restraining order...
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Victoria Styers, from Plymouth & Culver Academy Performed at Carnegie Hall

March 10, 2016
Victoria Styers, from Plymouth & Culver Academy Performed at Carnegie Hall

Four Culver Academies students made a “simply incredible” journey to New York City over the weekend to perform in Carnegie Hall as part of the Honors Performance Series. Three Culver choir members and one orchestra member spent five days preparing and rehearsing under the direction of their respective master conductors. Junior Victoria Styers (Plymouth,...
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Walking Bridge Improvements Discussed at Downtown Revitalization Meeting

March 10, 2016
Walking Bridge Improvements Discussed at Downtown Revitalization Meeting

During Wednesday’s meeting of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, Jack Davis, the newest member of the committee asked if there was any activity being looked at for the kayak launch instead of waiting until phase II of River Park Square. It was reported the Park Department has applied for a LARE grant from the DNR...
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Johnson Arrested for Meth

March 10, 2016
Johnson Arrested for Meth

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir arrested a Warsaw man Thursday morning about 8:30 following a traffic stop at the intersection of Michigan and Washington Streets. 23 year old Colt Anthony Johnson appeared to be very nervous when Officer Weir and his K9 partner Jax indicated the presence of narcotics.  During a search officers located...
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Head’s Bill to Fight Meth Production in Indiana Goes to Governor

March 10, 2016
Head’s Bill to Fight Meth Production in Indiana Goes to Governor

A bill authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) to help curb meth production in Indiana by changing the way ephedrine and pseudoephedrine products are sold will now move to the governor for final consideration. Senate Enrolled Act 80 requires a customer who wishes to purchase products containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, the key ingredients to...
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John Glenn School Corp. to host 2nd Annual Disability Awareness Event

March 10, 2016
John Glenn School Corp. to host 2nd Annual Disability Awareness Event

The 2nd Annual Disabilities Awareness Event hosted by the John Glenn School Corporation will be held on Thursday, March 24th.  Last year the event had over 250 people attend and this year they are expecting to double that. This FREE event will provide fund for all families as they celebrate Disabilities Awareness Month. The Disabilities...
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Gun Reported Stolen from Vehicle in Plymouth

March 10, 2016
Gun Reported Stolen from Vehicle in Plymouth

Marshall County Police are seeking information on the theft of a gun from a vehicle in the 12,000 block of Woodbury Drive in Plymouth. County Police were called to 12800 Woodbury Drive at 9:13 Wednesday evening when a Ruger pistol was reported taken from a vehicle in the driveway sometime between Tuesday, March 8th...
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Argos Senior Qualifies for National BPA Conference

March 10, 2016
Argos Senior Qualifies for National BPA Conference

Argos High School senior, Hannah Harrell placed 1st in Advanced Interview Skills at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference recently held in Indianapolis. Harrell has qualified for the national conference all four of her high school years.   As a freshman, she qualified in the Torch Program, which is quite a feat for...
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St. Joseph County Woman Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

March 10, 2016
St. Joseph County Woman Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

South Bend resident Karen M. Thomas, 50, pled guilty in St. Joseph County Circuit Court One to unemployment insurance fraud, a Class D Felony. Thomas purposefully defrauded the system by collecting unemployment insurance benefits while working full-time. Through the use of agency records, an Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) employee began an investigation...
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David Ferguson Jury Trial set for Deliberations on Thursday

March 10, 2016
David Ferguson Jury Trial set for Deliberations on Thursday

Jurors in the trial of former CEO of Stone Creek Homes, Inc., David Ferguson, will likely begin deliberation on Thursday. Ferguson faces 14 charges including nine Theft (D felonies), one count of receiving stolen property, (C felony), one count of Conspiracy to Commit Receiving Stolen Property (C felony), and three counts of Corrupt Business...
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