Archive - Jan 2013 - News Article
A follow up to a story we broke earlier today:
According to a probable cause affidavit, Chase Tanner Anglemyer, 21, took a woman from a residence in Bremen, beat her with a screwdriver and took her to another residence. While at that residence, Anglemyer is alleged to have shaved the woman's head, wrapped the cord of the electric trimmer around her neck and choked her until she was no longer conscious. When police arrived, Anglemyer allegedly said "She's dead."
The victim was revived and taken to a South Bend hospital.
That story and much more in Friday's Pilot News.
Organizers are hoping the second time's a charm for a national-level ice fishing tournament scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 9 and 10 on Lake Maxinkuckee -- and if recent temperatures, and the ice forming on the lake as of press time are any indication, they may get their wish.
PLYMOUTH - A group of young men and women took to the air on Saturday for their first flight with the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) at Plymouth Municipal Airport.
The group of mostly high school age youths are part of the CAPâs cadet program for young people between the ages of 12 and 21. The program allows the cadets to gain experience and knowledge in aerospace programs, engineering and science. Cadets can earn academic scholarships for their work.
PLYMOUTH â Plymouth police were called to Work One in Plymouth Tuesday around 11:30 a.m.
Dave Bacon, assistant police chief, said later in the day that a restaurant in the plaza had called about a shortage of parking.
âThat (parking lot) is private property so we have no control over that,â said Bacon.
Work One held a job fair Tuesday for workers recently laid off by Whitley Products. The company shut down Jan. 24, leaving approximately 100 people suddenly unemployed.
Culver Academies' Huffington Concert Series continues Monday, Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. with The Official Blues Brothers Revue, a nationally touring concert experience which integrates the humor and songs from the original "Blues Brothers" film and subsequent albums.
By Daniel Riordan
PLYMOUTH â A shake up in the Plymouth Police Department was announced late Friday afternoon as Mayor Mark Senter has tabbed Dave Bacon to be the next Chief of Police.
Bacon takes over for Jim Cox, who will remain with the department as a Detective Sergeant.
Cox is a 24-year veteran of the department. He was retained by Senter as chief when the mayor first took office five years ago.
Senter cited some leadership skills in Bacon that led to the move.
Bacon has spent the last nine years on PPD as the assistant chief.
PLYMOUTH - As bone chilling temperatures make their way across the area again this week, many will recall a similar chill 35 years ago.
While there have been others since, the âBlizzard of â78â - that lasted from the evening of Jan. 25 until Jan. 27 - still lives as the worst snow storm on record for the state of Indiana.
PLYMOUTH - In regard for student safety, Plymouth School officials called for a two hour delay to classes Thursday after a bomb threat was discovered at Plymouth High School.
Security measures already in place within school corporation buildings will likely lead to the identification of who left the threat.
PLYMOUTH â As the Pilot News first reported Thursday afternoon, Whitley Products in Plymouth abruptly ceased operations leaving more than an estimated 100 people without a job.
Last week, employees called the Pilot News to say the plant had shut down.
A member of Whitley Products management at that time said there was a supplier issue but it had been resolved.
Thursday morning, employees once again reported that the plant had shut down.
Whiltey Productsâ headquarters is in Warsaw but a call to the Chief Financial Officer wasnât returned.
PLYMOUTH - Marshall County residents made their voice heard regarding a proposed amendment to the county zoning ordinance regarding wind energy systems.
âI commend you all for being here, this is what being an American is all about, having your point of view heard on a particular issue,â said Bob Yoder a member of the Plymouth Plan Commission to the assembled who attended the regular monthly Commission meeting.