An investigation into alleged methamphetamine manufacture in Pulaski County resulted in three arrests. Continue reading
Several North Judson residents face neglect of a dependent charges after investigators in Pulaski County reportedly found a three-year-old girl in a plywood box. Continue reading
Upgrades to Pulaski County’s 911 Center continue to move ahead. Sheriff Jeff Richwine told the county commissioners Monday the new equipment is ready to be installed. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department finds itself looking for a couple new vehicles, following an accident involving one of its squad cars. Continue reading
Authorities in Pulaski County are investigating the cause of a grain elevator explosion that sent two people to a hospital with serious burn injuries. Continue reading
The former Medaryville library branch will officially reopen this weekend as West Side Center. A grand opening is scheduled Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Continue reading
A man and woman from Monticello were arrested in Pulaski County early this morning after trying to outrun sheriff’s deputies. They responded to an open-line 911 call from a residence in the area of State Road 39 and County Road 400 South around 2 a.m. and found a man and a woman in a vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence. They reportedly drove off when the deputies tried to speak to them. Continue reading
An investigation by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department into reports of a chemical odor in Monterey led to four arrests. Officers responded to a home in the 6400 block of Main Street and obtained a search warrant for the residence. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Emergency Management Agency may soon once again have its own vehicle for use in emergency incidents. The EMA has reached an agreement to get its old pickup truck back from the Sheriff’s Department. Continue reading
A North Judson man faces several charges after reportedly leading two Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputies on a high-speed chase Thursday night. Continue reading
A runaway teenage girl who gave the officer who picked her up the slip Thursday night is lodged in a juvenile treatment facility following an extensive, multi-agency search. Continue reading
Conservation officers responding to a report of poaching in progress at a state property issued multiple citations to four Indianapolis men. Continue reading
An ongoing drug investigation by the Winamac Police Department results in five arrests. Continue reading
Speed and possibly alcohol are to blame for a single-vehicle accident that sent five people to hospitals via air ambulance. It happened just before 5 p.m. Monday night on 400 North near 350 East in Pulaski County. When sheriff’s deputies arrived they found a Pontiac G-6 overturned on the north side of the road in a cornfield. Continue reading
Formal charges have been filed against a former Pulaski County official who is accused of stealing items from a dead man. Prosecuting attorney Daniel Murphy tells WKVI News he’s charged 41-year-old Tracy Rossman of Winamac with official misconduct as a level 6 felony and theft as a class A misdemeanor since the items she is accused of taking are valued at less than $750. Continue reading
A Pulaski County official is out of a job and in trouble with the law. Continue reading
67-year-old Richard Dobeski was let out of an Indiana Department of Corrections Facility in New Castle this month. He was convicted on two counts of murder dating back to 1965.
Investigators from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department are investigating a fatal stabbing. It happened around 9:30 last night, according to a department news release. Continue reading
An autopsy is scheduled today in Lafayette for the victim of a Saturday morning home explosion in northwest Pulaski County. It happened just after 7 a.m. Saturday in the area of 1600 West and 2505 North, according to officials with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department will be getting a new vehicle.
Sheriff Jeff Richwine approached the commissioners this week to seek approval to purchase a Chevrolet Tahoe. He said an SUV would better suit the department.
“In a rural area like this, I think a four wheel drive would be great,” said Richwine. With the last two winters we’ve had, it would be a plus for the officers to be able to stay in their own police car rather than get into one of the Humvees or some of the other vehicles that we have.”