Archive - Mar 14, 2013
Claims of a local facility housing sex offenders with other patients are being levied and a protest is planned for tonight.
Plymouth Police were informed that a group would be picketing Michiana Behavioral Health on Oak Road in Plymouth tonight from 5 to 7 p.m.
A former nurse at the facility, who asked to be unidentified as to avoid blow back from being a "whistleblower", said the facility went against its own stated policy when it housed known sex offenders with other patients.
The nurse claims the move was one to save money and that documentation is available to prove those claims.
PLYMOUTH - Oliver Ford in Plymouth invited local state, county and city law enforcement officers out to a special event Tuesday.
Oliver unveiled the new Ford Interceptor vehicles for area police. The vehicle is the very first all wheel drive utility vehicle by any auto manufacturer that meets all law enforcement specifications.
â€śFord didnâ€™t design this the way a car is normally designed,â€ť said Steve Keiser of Oliver. â€śLaw enforcement officers designed this vehicle. They spent a lot of time with people who drive them everyday and made it the way they wanted it.â€ť
LAFAYETTE â€” A funny thing sometimes happens to basketball teams with the approach of March.
Seniors, sensing their time is nearly up, start to pick up the intensity. That in turn helps develop younger players, who are able to make increasingly bigger contributions.
It doesnâ€™t always happens, but when it does, it can make for some great postseason runs.
8th grade girls basketball
Bremen closes regular season with win over Knox
The Bremen eighth grade girls basketball team closed out its regular season with a 39-16 win over Knox Tuesday night.
Shannon Arndt dominated the paint with 13 points and nine rebounds for the Lady Lions, who racked up 14 offensive rebounds and benefited from strong team defense.
Bremenâ€™s conference tournament begins on Thursday with a game against Triton.
Lincoln 8th downs Urey