Multiple prostitution charges have landed a man in the Marshall County Jail. Jim Irwin was arrested on five charges, according to jail staff.
Marshall County’s unemployment rate rose to 2.9 percent last month, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. That’s three-tenths of a percent higher than the June figure, but lower than last July’s rate of 3.7 percent. The July employment report also shows that Marshall County’s labor force shrunk slightly.
Two people face meth-related charges, after Marshall County Police attempted to serve two felony arrest warrants Friday. Officers say it happened just before 1:00 p.m. at a home in the 11100 block of 12th Road.
The Federal Trade Commission is warning people to check their bank accounts for unauthorized charges. Last week, the FTC filed a lawsuit against several individuals and companies who allegedly used remotely created checks to take money out of people’s accounts without their permission.
Tonight’s Powerball jackpot is worth an estimated $535 million. Tickets are on sale until 9:58 p.m. EDT, ahead of tonight’s drawing.
A man wanted on a felony warrant was taken into custody Thursday afternoon, but not before he allegedly punched the police officer.
Marshall County Police are investigating an apparent burglary near Plymouth this week. Officers say it happened at Wheels Showcase and International RV on Lincoln Highway sometime between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in finding someone who threw a large rock through the front window of an apartment building in Lake of the Woods.
West Nile virus activity is on the rise across Indiana. Now, state health officials are urging Hoosiers to protect themselves from mosquito-borne diseases.
A Marshall County narcotics investigation led to the arrest of a Culver woman Tuesday night. Officers with the Marshall County Police Department and the Marshall County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant around 11:40 p.m., at a home in the 16,000 block of 15B Road. Police say they found methamphetamine and paraphernalia in the home.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is forecasting similar corn yields to last year’s in Indiana, but many Hoosier farmers aren’t that optimistic. That’s according to the Indiana Farm Bureau.
Two Plymouth residents were arrested Sunday, in connection with a theft from a Warsaw store, the hit and run of a security guard, and the discovery of methamphetamine. At around 7:00 p.m., Plymouth Police say they were told to be on the lookout for a white 2002 Oldsmobile Alero. The car was allegedly used in a theft from the Warsaw Kohl’s store and a hit and run of an asset protection associate.
A report of a younger woman battering an older woman was investigated by Plymouth Police Saturday afternoon. Officers say it happened around 12:45 in the 1700 block of West Jefferson Street.
A Plymouth man was taken to jail, after a fight Sunday afternoon in the 300 block of East Water Street. When Plymouth Police arrived shortly after 1:30, they say they found a victim with a bloody, swollen nose.
The new school year has brought a few changes at the Plymouth Community School Corporation. Andy Hartley has recently taken over as superintendent, while Jill VanDriessche will soon take over his old position of assistant superintendent.
The Plymouth School Board has approved some policies and agreements for the new school year.
The Plymouth Community School Corporation is looking to streamline the way it responds to emergencies.
The Lincoln Junior High School building project continues to move forward.
The Plymouth School Board has picked a South Bend school administrator to take over as assistant superintendent.
The Plymouth School Board will consider the appointment of a new assistant superintendent tonight. The job became open last month, when Andrew Hartley was promoted to superintendent.