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Police investigate Colon break ins

State police are investigating a string of breaking-and-entering incidents that occurred in Colon Township over the past week. A department media release indicated the incidents took place in the 59000 block of Yeatter Road. Authorities believe the incidents occurred between April 9 and 16. Evidence shows a prying tool was used to access residences through doors and windows. Stolen items …

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Traffic stop leads to arrest

Three Rivers Police over the weekend arrested a man on multiple felony charges following a traffic stop for equipment violations. According to a department media release, officers observed a small sport-utility vehicle traveling north on Main Street, where it was pulled over near Sixth Avenue. Police said the 38-year-old driver, whose community of residence was not stated in the release, …

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Man on mower struck by car

A Cass County man was injured after the lawnmower he was riding was struck by a car. Sheriff Richard Behnke said deputies responded at 5:41 p.m. Saturday to the 19000 block of South Metcalf Court. Forty-four-year-old Joseph Barnett was crossing a driveway on his mower when 61-year-old Darlene Pratt of Elkhart was driving to the road in the same driveway. …

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Short agenda for county commission

Members of the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners appear to have a quick meeting before them this evening. Just one item of new business – the annual equalization report presented by Tony Meyaard and Josh Simmons – appears on the agenda. The meeting takes place at 6 p.m. in the third-floor commissioners’ room at the county courthouse.

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Teen injured in moped incident

A Three Rivers teen was injured after falling off his moped last weekend in Cass County’s Penn Township. Sheriff’s deputies said they responded at 6:30 p.m. Saturday to a report of a personal-injury accident on Dutch Settlement Road near Goff Lake Road. Seventeen-year-old Edwin Stevens was injured after he lost control of his eastbound moped while crossing a set of …

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City commission considers sports complex project

A matter of business related to the Three Rivers Youth Sports Complex highlights this evening’s Three Rivers City Commission meeting. Mayor Tom Lowry and commissioners will consider authorizing more than $320,000 to Virdis Design Group to proceed with the design, bidding and construction engineering for the proposed facility. Also, the commission will consider authorizing city staff to execute any necessary …

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