Police Reports are simply a record that an arrest has been made and are not an indication of guilt or innocence.
From the Starke County Sheriff’s Department:
02/10/14 – Donald Selby of Knox reported the theft of a check book and insulin.
02/10/14 – A resident of the 8000 block of East 50 South in Knox reported she has been receiving calls from Jamaica threatening to “hunt her down.”
02/12/14 – A resident of the 2900 block of South 300 East reported her mailbox had been damaged.
02/13/14 – A man told police that his car had been missing from the laundromat in Koontz Lake for a couple weeks.
02/14/14 – A resident of the 10800 block of East Kanney Avenue told police that someone has been “taunting him,” beeping the horn as they drive past his house repeatedly.
02/14/14 – A resident of the 2900 block of West 625 South in North Judson reported the theft of silver coins from her home.
02/14/14 – A resident of the 4400 block of East Orchard Drive in Knox told police that people were stealing electricity from her home.
02/15/14 – A resident of the 4100 block of South Range Road reported her outbuilding had been broken into.
02/15/14 – A resident of the 1800 block of South 100 East in Knox reported his Emerald card missing.
02/16/14 – A criminal trespassing report was filed by a resident of the 6500 block of East Toto Road in Knox.
02/12/14 – Jackie Albert Minix, 28 of Westville and Ivan Sandlin, 30 of North Judson, were arrested on charges of Invasion of Privacy.
From the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department:
02/12/14 – Deputies responded to a report of a woman receiving threatening texts from a relative of her husband.
02/12/14 – Deputies responded to a report of a Rensselaer woman who said she was the victim of the theft of some prescription medication.
02/12/14 – A trespasser reportedly received a verbal no-trespass order from deputies after the male subject refused to leave his mother’s residence.
02/12/14 – Winamac police responded to a report of a male subject who was allegedly drinking and threatening people at a local residence.
02/17/14 – Animal control called for deputy assistance when a dog owner was giving them a hard time and would not let them retrieve a dog that had allegedly attacked two other dogs.
02/17/14 – Winamac police responded to a report of a stolen fender and whole tailgate of a vehicles.
02/17/14 – The Medaryville Fire Department responded to an active smoke alarm.
02/17/14 – Police arrested a subject following a warrant check.
02/18/14 – Deputies responded to a protective order violation.
02/18/14 – Deputies responded to a man who was riding his moped and was allegedly run off the road on purpose by a subject in a truck.
02/18/14 – A Winamac woman was reportedly called by police after she allegedly harassed and stalked her ex-boyfriend.
02/18/14 – Police made an arrest following the execution of a search warrant.
02/15/14 – Jeffrey Jacobs, 26 of Winamac, was arrested on charges of Failure to Appear
02/17/14 – Randall Ray Pike, 57 of Winamac, was arrested on charges of Theft and Exploitation of a Dependent or Endangered Adult.
02/18/14 – James Penicaro, 30 of Winamac, was arrested on charges of Resisting Arrest and OVWI Causing Endangerment.
02/18/14 – Rex Allen Jr., 37 of Plymouth, was arrested on charges of Revocation of Probation.
02/18/14 – Howard Scott Stiltz, 30 of Monticello, was arrested on charges of Petition to Revoke Probation.
02/19/14 – Michelle M. Riley, 29 of Culver, was arrested on charges of Aiding in Armed Robbery.
02/19/14 – Ronald Lee Fisher, 41 of Knox, was arrested on charges of Probation Violation.
From the North Judson Police Department:
02/15/14 Police responded to a property damage accident at Collision Auto Body. The accident occurred at the intersection of Wilson Street and Weninger Street. Deputy Chief Joe Budner investigated and estimated the damages at over $1,000. One of the drivers was cited for no insurance.
02/15/14 Officers assisted the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department at the Oak View Motel.
02/14/14 A business owner turned over a wallet that was located in the business parking lot by a customer. The owner of the wallet was notified.
02/14/14 The North Judson Police Department assisted the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department by checking a residence in 2600 block of South Side Parkway for a runaway juvenile. The juvenile was not located.
02/13/14 Police responded to a 911 hang-up call in the 6000 block of Wilson Street. The officer investigated and there was no emergency and everything appeared okay.
02/12/14 Officers responded to a criminal trespass complaint in the 300 block of George Street. Officer Frank Thomas arrived and after a brief investigation arrested 21-year-old Julie Marie Serrano for criminal trespass.
02/12/14 A drive off complaint was investigated at Good To Go. The subject realized that she did not pay and came in the next day to pay for the gas.
02/12/14 The North Judson Police Department responded to an animal complaint in the area of the Oak View Motel. The officer did not locate the loose pit bull.
02/12/14 Police responded to a car vs. deer accident near the intersection of Talmer Avenue and Oakwood Street. Officer Nick Vanni stated, in his crash report, the vehicle had heavy front end damage and estimated the damages at over $2,500.
02/11/14 Officers responded to a property damage accident in the CVS parking lot. Two drivers told police that they were backing up at the same time and did not see each other. Deputy Chief Joe Budner investigated and estimated the damage at over $1,000.
02/11/14 A slide off was reported one mile south of State Road 10 on State Road 39. There was no damage to the vehicle.
02/10/14 The North Judson Police Department was dispatched to the North Judson-San Pierre Middle School for a theft complaint. A parent of a student reported that her daughter’s clarinet was stolen from the band room.
02/10/14 A property damage complaint was investigated by the North Judson Police Department in the 600 block of Cherry Street. The property damage occurred to the vehicle in a local parking lot. An incident report was completed.
02/10/14 Police were called to CVS for a complaint of an unwanted subject. The subject left prior to the officer’s arrival.
02/21/14 Julie Marie Serrano, 21, 404 Keller Avenue, North Judson, IN was arrested on a preliminary charge of Criminal Trespass.