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Battle Creek man arrested in Colon

A pursuit that started in Colon over the weekend led to the arrest of an 18-year-old Battle Creek man. State police said they were called around 8:30 p.m. Friday in response to a subject in a stolen vehicle. The truck was found on Colon Road, in Colon Township. Troopers said the suspect sped away as they attempted to stop him. ... Read More »

No charges will be filed

A grand jury has cleared three northern Indiana police officers in the fatal shooting of man who they said tried to back the pickup truck he was driving into them. The Elkhart County prosecutor’s office says the grand jury decided Monday against seeking any criminal charges against the Elkhart city police officers. Police say the three officers shot 31-year-old Christopher ... Read More »

Man died from injuries

A 30- year- old Elkhart man died from injuries Friday at his place of employment in Mottville Township. The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department said the man, whose name was not released Friday, worked at The Andersons grain elevator, on Anderson Road. The incident occurred around 11 a. m. Sheriff ‘s deputies said the man was loading rail cars, lost ... Read More »

Tires stolen from Vetter’s

Four tires and rims were stolen from a vehicle at Vetter’s Chevrolet in Three Rivers Wednesday. State police investigators said the incident was reported around 8 a.m. and occurred overnight. The 18-inch tires and rims were taken from a Chevrolet “All-Star Edition” pickup truck. Read More »

Michigan couple killed in crash

A coroner says the three people killed in a massive pileup on I-94 in northwestern Indiana are a Michigan couple and a man from Chicago. LaPorte County coroner John Sullivan says the son of the Grand Rapids couple told him they were returning home from taking care of a relative in Wisconsin when they were caught up in Thursday’s crash. ... Read More »

WMU med student is still missing

The disappearance of a Western Michigan University medical student continues to baffle police. Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller says they have no idea where Dr. Teleka Patrick is at this time. Fuller said it appears the 30-year-old resident at Borgess Medical Center left Kalamazoo willingly on December 5th and was headed to a relative’s home in Chicago. He added that ... Read More »