State Police Seeking Information About Starke County Crash


The Indiana State Police are looking for information about a car crash late last year in Starke County. Specifically they are looking for people who may have seen the early morning crash near Grovertown on Dec. 10. An Oldsmobile Alero was left unattended along County Road 1100 East about 630 feet north of County Road 300 North on the east side of the roadway after striking several large fence posts, according to information released by the state police. Witnesses say at least two vehicles drove by after the crash occurred. One of these vehicles may have been a large white straight truck or other large vehicle. The second vehicle may have been driven by a person named “Ray” or “Raymond” that picked up two individuals that were walking in the area. This vehicle purportedly broke down shortly thereafter.
If anyone was in the area of CR 1100 East and CR 300 North in the early morning hours of December 10, 2013 and has any information about the crash and/or above vehicles and their occupants please call Sgt. Scott Gilbert with the Indiana State Police at 219-696-6242 or 800-552-8917, or you may email him at