News Tagged ‘Marshall County Sheriff’s Department’
Two out of county residents were arrested by Marshall County officers after a traffic stop in the early morning hours on Thursday.
Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle owned by 54-year-old Leisa Brooks of Indianapolis near the U.S. 31 and U.S. 30 interchange. Officers conducted an investigation and allegedly found approximately 200 grams of marijuana.
The suspect(s) reportedly entered Pat’s in Lapaz sometime between 10 p.m. ET on Monday, Nov. 25 and the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 26. After the suspect(s) forced their way into the business, a Sentry safe was taken. There was some money inside the stolen safe.
If you have any information about this incident, call the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at (574) 936-3187. You may remain anonymous in relaying any information to police.
There were no injuries in a rollover accident in Marshall County in the overnight hours on Sunday, but an investigation found that alcohol played a part in the crash.
Emergency personnel were called to scene where officers found that a car driven by 20-year-old Emmanuel Johnson left the side of the roadway in the 5000 block of Michigan Road, struck two mailboxes and rolled onto its top. The car came to rest in the middle of Michigan Road.
A vehicle driven by Joe Duquette was pulled over near the intersection of State Road 17 and Queen Road west of Plymouth for several traffic infractions.
A Walkerton man is hospitalized in Indianapolis following an accident involving a grenade launcher at a private shooting range in Marshall County yesterday. Kevin Patterson, 41, of Walkerton, was firing a starburst grenade round from an AR-15 platform rifle when it detonated in the launch tube under the rifle barrel, according to officials with the DNR. Conservation Officer Corporal Ashlee Jackson describes the round as similar to an aerial firework. Patterson was taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis for treatment of injuries to his arm. Officers from the DNR, Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Indiana State Police responded.
An employee at the Dollar General store in Lapaz called police to report that a woman had stolen items from the store and left in a vehicle headed toward South Bend. The employee was able to give police the license plate number.
Officers from the Marshall County Police Department arrested two men Tuesday afternoon following an investigation at the Pilot Travel Center in Plymouth. Casey Schoff was picked up on an felony warrant from Starke County, and Gregory Mullins was arrested and charged with driving while suspended-prior.
Both were lodged in the Marshall County Jail.
A Plymouth woman is hospitalized in South Bend following a single-vehicle crash around 6:30 last evening. Marina D. Studt, 59, was southbound on Sycamore Road north of U.S. 6 in a 2007 Ford Focus, lost control of her car and hit a tree. Studt’s car rolled over and landed on its roof, according to the crash report. She was outside the car, conscious and speaking when emergency personnel arrived. Due to the severity of her injuries she was flown to Memorial Hospital in South Bend.
Three people were injured in a Sunday afternoon accident in Marshall County.
A vehicle driven by 27-year-old Robert Bristow of Allendale, Michigan was traveling north on U.S. 31 and as he approached the intersection with 5A Road, a vehicle driven by 72-year-old Martha Hall of Bremen pulled into the path of Bristow’s vehicle.
Marshall County detectives are asking for your help in gathering information to identify a possible suspect in a criminal mischief incident.
Detectives learned on Friday that some unknown person(s) used spray paint and caused damage to buildings and property in the Beech Road area, near Bremen. The Borkholder Amish School was spray-painted along with the New Burlington Amish School. A homeowner’s fence was also spray-painted, as well as part of a roadway, traffic signs, and a sign for the Ren-Town Country Store on 3rd Road.
A motorist sheriff’s deputies say pulled across U.S. 30 from Beech Road into the path of an oncoming semi truck Tuesday afternoon was airlifted from the scene of the ensuing three-vehicle crash. The eastbound semi, driven by Doren L. Smith, 59, of Arlington, Ohio, struck the minivan driven by Nazario Oviedo Jr., 42, of Bourbon. Oviedo’s car rolled over in the median, and he was thrown from the vehicle. The semi also went into the median and overturned, losing the contents of its trailer all over the roadway. The rig continued to slide north across the westbound lanes of 30 and struck a westbound car driven by Mindy K. Thompson, 44, of Bremen. Oviedo was arlifted to South Bend Memorial Hospital. Smith and Thompson were both treated at the scene.