Tippecanoe Men Arrested, After Suspected Meth Found during Traffic Stop

Editor’s Note: The original news release from the Marshall County Police Department included a mugshot of a different Richard Hensley, not the individual mentioned in the arrest report. The original release also gave the incorrect age for the Hensley suspect. A previous version of this story on this website contained the incorrect mugshot and age. The Marshall County Police Department has since sent an updated press release with the correct photo. Department officials also said in an email, “We would like to personally apologize for any inconvenience we have caused with the elder 66 Richard Hensley.” This story has since been updated to reflect the corrections.

A Thursday morning traffic stop led to the arrest of two Tippecanoe men. Marshall County Police say it happened around 12:45 a.m. near the intersection of Center Street and State Road 331.

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Saturday Morning Collision Resulted in Vehicle Rolling, Injuries Sustained

Marshall County Dispatch received a report of a 2 vehicle collision in the 100-block of Lincoln Highway and Fir Rd in Bourbon around 11 a.m. on Saturday. Initial information included that one vehicle had rolled over and there were injuries at the scene.

According to the police report, at the scene it was found that a 2007 Subaru driven by 19-year-old Dawson Kratzchmar, of Plymouth, was traveling north on Fir Road when at Lincoln Highway he failed to yield the right-of-way at the intersection and was struck by a 1992 Oldsmobile driven by 58-year-old Lorre Osburn, of Bourbon. Osburn was driving west on Lincoln Highway approaching Fir Road. When he struck the passenger side of the 2007 Subaru it caused the vehicle to roll and both vehicles then traveled northwest off the roadway. Continue reading

Thomas Chamberlin Memorial Bridge Unveiled Friday Afternoon

The sun was shining down on Michigan Street in Plymouth Friday as Marshall County residents gathered together to celebrate the memory of former sheriff Tom Chamberlin with a bridge dedication in his honor.

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter started out by giving personal thanks to the Chamberlin family for sharing Sheriff Tom with the community for as long as they did. Tom’s wife of 37 years Lea Ann was there with their three children, Rachel, Meredith and Tom Jr. Continue reading

Woman Arrested, After Marshall County Police Reportedly Find Meth in Culver-Area Home

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.

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