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Update – Stabbing in Three Rivers

Three Rivers Police have released further details regarding an incident which occurred Monday morning on Constantine Street, just south of Broadway. Police responded to a 911 call shortly before 6 am, which reported someone’s throat had been cut. The victim was identified as 23-year-old Derrick Coley of Three Rivers. He sustained a 13-inch slash to the neck. He was subsequently …

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State police hosts recruiting seminar

Here’s a reminder that the Marshall post of Michigan State Police is hosting a recruiting seminar Thursday. According to agency officials, the event will take place 5 to 7 p.m. at the Michigan Regional Law Enforcement Center. Participants will be given the opportunity to speak to department recruiters about the hiring process and what it takes to be a state …

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Man arrested west of Three Rivers

State police arrested a 40-year-old Fabius Township man after an incident and subsequent foot chase last week. According to a department media release, troopers were called at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 13 to the 60000 block of Youngman Road. Upon arrival, troopers were told the man left the scene on foot. He was eventually captured and arrested without incident, …

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Man injured in stabbing

An unidentified 34-year-old man was seriously injured early Monday when he was stabbed in the neck at a home on Constantine Street, just south of Broadway, on the south side of Three Rivers. St. Joseph County Prosecutor John McDonough said a 28-year-old man and the victim were arguing when the incident occurred. The victim was taken to Three Rivers Health …

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Man crashes car into house

An 18-year-old Elkhart man was not injured after the vehicle he was driving crashed into a house last week in Lockport Township. Sheriff’s deputies said the driver was heading east on M-60 when his vehicle went off the road shortly after 1:30 a.m. Thursday in an area near Haines Road. He told deputies he swerved to prevent his vehicle from …

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Commissioners consider COA move

St. Joseph County commissioners appear open to the idea of requesting the deed on a property being considered for senior housing and a new Commission On Aging headquarters. In response to a report presented by COA director Tim Stoll during Wednesday’s executive committee meeting, commissioners agreed that pursuing the former Three Rivers Inn hotel would be a worthwhile endeavor. The …

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