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Update – Suspect Shot by Police

February 24, 2012
Update – Suspect Shot by Police

  02/27/12 Detectives with the Indiana State Police continue to investigate a police involved shooting that occurred in Marshall County Thursday night.  The shooting, which stemmed from a pursuit, ended in the death of a Plymouth man.  The man that was shot has been identified as Mark Albright, 62, of Plymouth. The names of...
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State Police K-9 Tracks Down Wanted Man

February 16, 2012
State Police K-9 Tracks Down Wanted Man

  02/17/12  Shortly before 9:00 a.m. Thursday troopers with the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Section (ERS) and a K-9 officer from the Bremen Post assisted the Starke County Sheriff’s Department in locating a wanted subject that fled on foot. While on patrol, a deputy with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department recognized Jeff Knoebel,...
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Indiana State Police K-9 Program Statewide Stats for 2011

February 1, 2012
Indiana State Police K-9 Program Statewide Stats for 2011

02/02/12  Sgt. Tony Knox of the Indiana State Police has released statistics from the K-9 program for 2011.  There are presently 28 full service K-9 teams statewide.   Searches (Narcotics)                            2116 Searches (All Others)                           908    Arrests                                                            929 Tracks                                                             139 Apprehensions                                           47 Assists for other agencies              1048 Marijuana seizures (pounds) ...
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Waterloo Police Officer Shot Two Suspects Sought

December 15, 2011
Waterloo Police Officer Shot Two Suspects Sought

 12/16/11 The Indiana State Police, along with numerous law enforcement agencies in and around DeKalb County have concluded their search for two people that are alleged to have shot a Waterloo police officer early this morning. According to Detective Mark Heffelfinger and DeKalb County Prosecutor ClaraMary Winebrenner, sometime before 3:00 am, an unknown white...
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Trooper Recognized at Drug Free Community Council Awards Ceremony

December 8, 2011
Trooper Recognized at Drug Free Community Council Awards Ceremony

12/09/11 Earlier this week Indiana State Police Senior Trooper Mick Dockery was recognized by the St. Joseph County Drug Free Community Council at their 1st Annual Awards Ceremony held in Mishawaka. Dockery and his K-9 partner Hondo were honored by the DFCC with the Excellence in Criminal Justice Award.  Dockery a twelve year veteran...
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Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

November 20, 2011
Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

11/21/11 In an effort to make the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday travel period safer, the Indiana  State Police will be joining approximately 250 other law enforcement agencies statewide in participating in the annual Safe Family Travel campaign.  Now through Sunday, November 27 the Indiana State Police will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including sobriety...
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Lebo Named New Marshall County Squad Sergeant for Bremen Post

November 1, 2011
Lebo Named New Marshall County Squad Sergeant for Bremen Post

11/02/11 Indiana State Police Superintendent Paul Whitesell, Ph.D., recently announced the promotion of Senior Trooper Ryan Lebo to the rank of sergeant to serve as the squad leader for troopers that work in Marshall County.  The Bremen Post covers Marshall, Kosciusko, St. Joseph, and Elkhart Counties.  Sergeant Lebo earned this promotion through written testing...
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Not a Licensed Driver or Driving While Suspended?

October 26, 2011
Not a Licensed Driver or Driving While Suspended?

10/27/11 When you hear talk about hazardous driving conditions, most people think of poor weather driving conditions or road hazards.  There are other circumstances that create hazardous driving conditions.  They’re people that drive without ever having had a valid driver’s license or are such poor drivers they’ve had their license suspended or revoked. These...
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New Twist on Old Scam

October 24, 2011
New Twist on Old Scam

10/25/11 Jamaican sweepstake scams are targeting seniors locally and across the US.  While the Indiana State Police work dozens of such cases each year it is suspected that hundreds go unreported.  The FBI estimates that US citizens send millions to Jamaica alone through such lottery scams every year.  State Police Detective Brooks Johnson said...
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Follow ISP’s 71st Recruit Academy Through Training Online

October 17, 2011
Follow ISP’s 71st Recruit Academy Through Training Online

10/18/11 The Indiana State Police will be giving the online community an inside look at the current ISP Academy Class for the first time as they progress through training. The Indiana State Police plans to post weekly behind-the-scenes photos of the cadets during their 24-week paramilitary training. The 71st Recruit School began in earnest...
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