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October 23, 2011

Woman dead after shooting


Elkhart city police are investigating a Saturday night shooting that left one woman dead and a man injured.

The shooting occurred shortly after 11 p.m. in downtown Elkhart.

Police responded to a report of gunfire and found two people injured near the 200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive.

A 19-year-old female was pronounced dead a short time later. A 35-year-old man was treated at Elkhart General Hospital and then transported to Memorial Hospital of South Bend. His condition has not been released.

Bristol pot bust

A marijuana growing operation was busted Saturday north of Bristol.

Authorities did not release many details, but did say it was a cooperative effort between Indiana State Police and Bristol police.

Bristol Officer Corey Mosher and his K-9 partner, Max, were involved in helping seize about 75 pounds of marijuana and approximately 40 marijuana plants from an active marijuana grow operation north of Bristol, police said.

A news release from Bristol Police Department said the investigation is ongoing and declined to provide further details about this seizure.

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