Mark Howard, 30, pleaded guilty in a plea agreement with the state to a charge of Dealing in Methamphetamine. He participated in two arranged meth buys where he sold the drug with video and audio equipment recording the transaction.
A Marshall County resident told police he was intimidating into paying $300 for four people to shovel his driveway for approximately an hour. The victim reported that at approximately 2:45 p.m. on Monday, March 3, an unmarked white box truck stopped at his residence in the 11000 block of 12th Road with four men in the vehicle.
Booker reported that permit activity rose in 2013 with 440 issued. The value of those permits totaled $13,448,253 which is up $3 million from 2012. This increase was attributed to the acquisition of permits from the Bourbon and Bremen zoning districts.
When you change your clocks, change the batteries in your smoke alarms in your home.
Chapter President Tammy Fletcher said this event is a great opportunity for children to learn more about possible careers or opportunities in life. It was previously an event hosted by teachers of area schools, but it eventually came to a halt. Fletcher, however, said it was too great of a program to let it end.
“Everyone who is thinking about going to college next year, for most of the students starting college that will be August of 2014, but it could also be for students who won’t be starting until January of 2015, you have to fill out the FAFSA form to be eligible for any type of financial aid,” said Brown.
A Bourbon man is jailed on a $20,000 bond after reportedly brandishing a gun at a couple Wednesday night and threatening to kill them. The female victim told officers from the Bourbon Police Department that Chris A. Lemler came into her home on Cedar Road around 9:30 Wednesday night, pointed a handgun at her and her boyfriend and threatened to kill them both. Her boyfriend left, and Lemler reportedly followed him. That’s when the woman reported the incident to the police. Officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Bourbon Police Department located Lemler and arrested him without incident. He’s charged with intimidation with a deadly weapon, pointing a firearm and criminal mischief.
A Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy investigating the theft of copper wire from an Argos business Thursday evening reportedly found an active meth lab in a motel room. An employee of Quality Setters Inc. in Argos called the sheriff’s department to report seeing employee Thomas Howell taking quite a bit of copper wire from several buildings on the property. Howell was reportedly staying in room 126 of the Red Rock Inn. Read the rest of this entry »
St. Joseph Valley Metronet will be laying down a fiber-optic network infrastructure from St. Joseph County to Plymouth with the cost being split between Marshall County and the City of Plymouth. St. Joseph County, South Bend, the City of Plymouth and Marshall County are paying for the conduit for the project while other entities are paying for the telecommunications cable.
The Starke County Commissioners on Monday morning were forced to table a discussion item until the next meeting because Commissioner Kent Danford was absent, and Commissioner Jennifer Davis could not act on the item due to a possible conflict of interest.
Charles Weaver, executive director of the Starke County Economic Development Foundation, approached the commissioners requesting they authorize the annual CEDIT appropriations to be submitted to the county council. Weaver said half of the CEDIT funds will go toward bridges, one-eighth will go to the commissioners and three-eighths will go to the Economic Development Fund.