The Marshall County Council members considered an additional appropriation for a fingerprinting machine for the probation department.
A Plymouth theft investigation led to the arrests of two people on drug-related charges Monday. Plymouth Police say that around 10:00 a.m., a vehicle was pulled over in the area of U.S. 30 and Oak Drive.
A Plymouth man was arrested Saturday afternoon after leading Plymouth officers on a foot pursuit.
A Walkerton man faces drunk driving charges, following a single-vehicle crash Tuesday night. Marshall County Police say the incident was reported shortly before 11:30. When officers arrived, they say they found a heavily damaged white 2001 Chevrolet van in the roadway, but no one was around.
Three Indianapolis men were arrested on drug and gun charges after Indiana State Police troopers initiated a traffic stop in Marshall County Tuesday morning.
Three suspected drug dealers were arrested in Marshall County Thursday morning in what police are calling a warrant sweep.
Officers with the Indiana State Police Bremen Post, Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section and Indiana State Police ERT executed a search warrant at a home in the 3,000 block of 18 B Road in Tippecanoe there they allegedly found numerous guns, prescription pills, and suspected methamphetamine. Gabriel Geldner, 41, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for dealing in a schedule IV controlled substance, a Level 5 felony. The case information has been forwarded to the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office for review of additional charges. He is being held in the Marshall County Jail with a $40,000 bond. Continue reading
A Plymouth man was arrested on Tuesday after allegedly stealing items from a Plymouth business.
Plymouth Police officers arrested two people in separate incidents who were wanted for dealing drugs.
On Monday, Jan. 8, officers stopped 29-year-old Wayne Austin Hardesty, of Grovertown, who was reportedly speeding and found that he had an active warrant for two counts of dealing in a schedule III drug. He was booked in the Marshall County Jail on those charges with a cash bond of $10,005.
A Bremen man was arrested Thursday afternoon after police received a phone call about a reckless driver.
Bremen police say 27-year-old James Rimel was stopped around 4 p.m. on State Road 331 north of 1st Road. Rimel reportedly drove under the influence and intimidated a police officer.
A Plymouth man was taken into custody Wednesday night after reportedly driving under the influence and causing an accident.
According to Plymouth police, Dustin Bradfield, 28, lost control of his vehicle and drove into the side of another vehicle at the entrance of Centennial Park. Police reportedly found that Bradfield was intoxicated at the time of the accident and tested three times the legal limit.
Plymouth Police Department officers arrested two people on Tuesday after separate shoplifting incidents were reported.
Police say 22-year-old Jay E. Johnson, Jr., of Walkerton, took items from Walmart and ran from the store. The officer reportedly saw him trying to hide behind vehicles in the parking lot, but he was eventually detained. Officers reportedly found Johnson, Jr. to be in possession of methamphetamine. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail on preliminary charges of theft and possession methamphetamine. He has a cash bond of $3,005.
In a recent media advisory, Marshall County Sheriff Matthew Hassel, in collaboration with Marshall County Community Corrections, proudly announced the expansion of current Inmate Programs offered at the County Jail.
The newly introduced Marshall County Jail Chemical Addictions Program (MCJCAP) aims to give men and women struggling with addictions a second chance. The program will incorporate existing Moral Reconation Therapy with the Smart Recovery Substance Abuse Program and Fatherhood Initiative Program as well as group and individual life skills coaching. Continue reading
Four people were arrested on drug charges Tuesday afternoon in La Paz.
According to police, Indiana State Police Troopers from the Bremen Post were called to check on a suspicious blue Dodge pickup at the Speedway station on U.S. 6 just east of old U.S. 31. Police say four people were inside the vehicle. The Plymouth K9 unit was dispatched to the scene and reportedly indicated the presence of drugs. Methamphetamine, needles and other drug paraphernalia were allegedly found during a probable cause search of the vehicle.
A Plymouth man was arrested Monday night after police say he attempted to enter several cars on Michigan Street.
According to a report from the Plymouth Police Department, officers were called to the area of Michigan Street and Goshen Road after complaints were received about a man causing a traffic hazard. The man was reportedly attempting to enter several vehicles. Police say an off-duty Marshall County Sheriff’ Department officer arrived at the scene and told Plymouth officers that the man approached his car as well.
A Plymouth woman was taken into custody on Friday afternoon after allegedly providing with police with false information.
During an unrelated investigation, a Plymouth police officer spoke to the woman at the Economy Inn and she allegedly gave the officer false information. When the officer went to verify information, she reportedly attempted to run from the officer on foot. She was detained and she continued to resist the officer, according to the report.
Three Plymouth residents are accused of theft and forgery at a local business. The owner of Plymouth Pallet Company reported the theft and forgery of several business checks between October 20 and November 9.
An alleged battery on a police officer led to the arrest of a Plymouth man Monday afternoon. Justin Kale Montez, 27, reportedly refused to leave the BP gas station at 423 North Michigan Street.
A semi versus passenger truck crash near Bourbon ended with the arrest of one of the drivers. Bourbon Police say they were called to the 14600 block of State Road 331 around 6:00 p.m. Friday for an accident with unknown injuries.
A report of shoplifting allegedly led to the discovery of methamphetamine in Plymouth Friday night. Plymouth Police were called to the Walmart parking lot shortly after 7:30, after store employees accused two men of shoplifting.
A few hours after midnight on Sunday, Bourbon Police Officer Adam Kraning conducted a traffic stop on south Main Street at 13th Trail, according to a media advisory.
In a police report written by Kraning, he said he stopped driver Jared Whitfield for traffic and vehicle violations shortly before 2:30 a.m. The officer said that while speaking with Whitfield he smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle and the driver’s breathe. Continue reading