Marshall County authorities have taken a Plymouth man into custody after he allegedly crashed his car into a utility pole.
The Plymouth Police Department is investigating after a 14-year-old boy was shot in the stomach.
Two have been pronounced dead following a weekend crash in Marshall County.
A Plymouth man is dead following a single vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon in Marshall County.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is investigating following a fatal accident involving two semi-tractor trailers.
A Culver man was sentenced on Wednesday after pleading guilty to a charge of Reckless Homicide.
54-year-old Jon McFarland was charged following a Grand Jury indictment from December of 2014. It alleges that on October 12th of that year, McFarland was a driver in an automobile crash that occurred at the intersection of U.S. 31 and State Road 10 near Argos.
A major insurance company says Indiana drivers are 21-percent more likely to hit a deer than there were last year.
State Farm Insurance says this is the second straight year Indiana has seen the increase. Data is developed using the company’s claims and driver counts from the Federal Highway Administration.
A man was killed on Monday night in Marshall County after authorities say he walked into the street.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call that someone was struck by a vehicle.
An accident on U.S. 31 at 9A east of Plymouth stopped traffic for a period on Thursday.
Marshall County, Plymouth Fire, and Plymouth EMS were called to the scene of the two vehicle accident around 12:20 p.m. on Thursday.
A vehicle was driven off the roadway in Marshall County last Friday, and authorities believe alcohol may have been a factor.
A semi-trailer owned by a Plymouth company was involved in an accident along I-94 at the Porter exit.
According to a release from the Indiana State Police, a 2006 Chevrolet pickup drive by 34-year-old Nicholas Heflin moved from the right to the center lane in front of the semi, owned by Gundlach and Sons out of Plymouth.