A Culver man was arrested Wednesday after Marshall County police received a call about an apparent car theft from a residence in the 7,000 block of 11A Road.
An officer with the Bourbon Police Department conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle reportedly matching the description of the stolen vehicle. During the course of the investigation, police reportedly found 58-year-old Ronald Bryan Finchum in possession of methamphetamine.
Finchum was booked into the Marshall County Jail on preliminary felony charges of auto theft and possession of methamphetamine.
Marshall County emergency responders were called to a serious farming incident on Friday evening.
According to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, county deputies along with the fire department, EMS and officers from the Town of Bourbon were called to a farm in the 3500 block of 9B Road in Bourbon. When they arrived, they found that Lester G. Sellers died after apparent injuries sustain after a tractor slipped a gear and rolled over him as he was working on the tractor, according to the release.
The Labor Day weekend is filled with a variety of different celebrations including the Marshall County Blueberry Festival and the Monterey Days Festival. These types of events may lead to alcohol consumption. If you drink, don’t drive.
Four law enforcement agencies in Marshall County are in the middle of the state’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign through the Labor Day holiday. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Bremen Police Department, Plymouth Police Department and Bourbon Police Department have increased sobriety checkpoints, roving patrols and saturation patrols in an effort to take impaired drivers off the roads. Continue reading →
Two juveniles are in custody after allegedly leading police on a pursuit through two counties early Sunday morning.
A Bourbon police officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on State Road 331 at 11B Road after the driver reportedly committed several traffic violations. Police say the driver drove the vehicle off to the side of the road, turned around and led police on a 14-mile pursuit into Kosciusko County. Speeds reached 110 mph, according to the report.
Three local law enforcement agencies will be working to keep impaired drivers off the streets in the upcoming Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Plymouth Police Department and Bourbon Police Department will increase sobriety checkpoints, roving patrols and saturation patrols beginning in mid-August through the Labor Day holiday.
One person was arrested on Saturday night after leading several police agencies on a vehicle pursuit and a standoff in Marshall County.
An officer with the Bremen Police Department reportedly attempted a traffic stop in the area of West Shore Drive at Lake of the Woods. Police say the driver, Donald Dickson, Jr., refused to stop and led the officer on a pursuit on 4th Road. The 20-minute pursuit ended after Dickson lost control of his car and crashed into a cornfield at the intersection of Hickory Road and 9B Road, according to police.
Two people were arrested in the early morning hours on Sunday after a vehicle pursuit.
The pursuit began when a Bourbon police officer found a vehicle traveling 70 mph in a 55 mph zone at Lincoln Highway and Gumwood Roads. The pursuit continued for several miles through Marshall County at speeds well over 100 mph, according to the incident report. Officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Plymouth Police Department joined the chase. According to police, the pursuit ended when the suspect’s vehicle ran off the road and collided with a tree on Queen Road near U.S. 30 in Plymouth. The suspects were taken into custody.
Two people were arrested after a traffic stop allegedly turned up synthetic marijuana and methamphetamine. Bourbon Police say that around 8:15 Thursday night, they got a report that a white Pontiac with a possibly impaired driver was heading northbound on State Road 331 from State Road 10. Continue reading →
A convicted sex offender faces new charges in Marshall County. Officials with the Sheriff’s Department and Bourbon Police learned 34-year-old Timothy Brooks had been living in Bourbon and had not updated his sex offender registry information. Continue reading →
Officers from the Bourbon Police Department wrote 34 tickets and made one arrest for driving while intoxicated during a recent Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement blitz. The 25-day national and statewide campaign is aimed at curbing alcohol-related crashes. Continue reading →
Officers from the Bourbon Police Department will be taking part in an upcoming grant funded Operation Pull Over blitz. The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign gets under way Aug. 12 and concludes Sept. 5. Continue reading →
The town of Bourbon has a new full-time police officer. Town Clerk Kim Berger swore in 38-year-old Carl Amsen on Friday. He’s a Bourbon native and Triton High School graduate who served five years in the United States Marine Corps. Continue reading →
A Bourbon man was taken into police custody Friday night, after police allegedly found a small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia in his apartment. Bourbon Police responded to the apartment in the 100 block of North Main Street around 10:45 p.m. after getting a complaint of burning marijuana. Continue reading →
Keep your Independence Day weekend celebration safe by designating a driver. That reminder comes from the Bourbon Police Department in partnership with the Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.
Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department says they will be stepping up enforcement over the weekend and will be on the lookout for impaired drivers. Continue reading →