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Law enforcement participating in Crisis Intervention Training

Law-enforcement officials in the area and from as far away as Marquette have been participating in Crisis Intervention Training at Glen Oaks Community College. T. J. Baker, CIT instructor on behalf of the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s department, said the focus is to help participants identify the signs and symptoms of mental illness. The program emphasizes communication skills to help ... Read More »

Centreville Police Department names acting chief

A Lansing-area native who joined the Centreville Police Department in April was named its acting chief Monday. Sgt. David Richmond, 30, replaces Luke Delcourt, who resigned Thursday before he was to meet with the village council’s three-person police committee. Delcourt on Sept. 29 was suspended with pay pending the police committee’s investigation of matters that have not been made public. ... Read More »

Search warrant leads to arrest

Narcotics investigators from the St. Joseph County Area Narcotics unit executed a search warrant Friday morning in Three Rivers. Investigators had received information about marijuana trafficking occurring from a residence in the 1000 block of Washington Street. Officers confirmed that a resident there was supplying marijuana and investigators obtained a search warrant, according to sheriff’s officials. Inside the residence, officers ... Read More »

Three Rivers brush pickup begins today

Here’s a reminder from the Three Rivers Department of Public Services regarding its fall brush pickup schedule. Brush pickup begins today and will start in the city’s Third District. The process continues Tuesday in the First District; Wednesday in the Fourth District; and Thursday in the Second District. DPS officials said brush should not have leaves mixed in and it ... Read More »

Man injured in motorcycle crash

A Marcellus man was seriously injured early Sunday in a motorcycle crash on Dewy Lake Street in Cass County’s Volinia Township. 38-year-old Keven Kinipp was westbound when he lost control of his cycle. He was transported to Lakeview Hospital in Paw Paw for treatment. Kinipp was not wearing a helmet. Read More »

Preliminary hearing held for former Sturgis firefighter

Following a preliminary hearing Wednesday in St. Joseph County District Court, it was decided that the case of a former Sturgis firefighter charged with criminal sexual conduct will be heard in Circuit Court. Judge Jeff Middleton ruled that the case against Joshua Snyder move on to the next level on two counts of fourth-degree CSC. The charges stem from a ... Read More »