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Driver reports being stopped by police impersonator
A driver said she was pulled over by someone impersonating a police officer Monday night.
The incident occurred on C.R. 17 at the U.S. 20 Bypass interchange around 10:15 p.m. According to Elkhart County police, the driver said she was pulled over by a white male driving a small white passenger car.
UPDATE: Bomb threat reported in Goshen, Elkhart
Emergency dispatchers confirmed that someone has called in a bomb threat targeting the courthouses in Goshen and Elkhart, and also the Elkhart County prosecutor's office. The call came in around 10 a.m.
At the Goshen courthouse, city police were telling people headed in at the main entrance that the building was locked down.
Goshen police were clearing the scene around 10:40 a.m., and normal operations at the courthouse were expected to resume shortly.
The News will provide an update as more information becomes available.
2 pedestrians killed on road near South Bend
Police say two pedestrians were killed when they were apparently hit by separate vehicles
UPDATE: Burn victim remains in critical condition
The man burned in a car fire at Linway Plaza Wednesday remained hospitalized in Fort Wayne Friday.
William J. Tully was listed in critical condition in St. Joseph Hospital’s burn center, hospital staff reported.
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Alliance Sheets will locate plant along C.R. 29
Goshen council turns down chicken-keeping ordinance
Council had initially approved law at last meeting.
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Fire destroys garage, van in New Paris
Fire destroyed a garage and a vehicle at a New Paris home this morning.
According to New Paris Fire Chief Joe Warstler, fire crews got the call around 9 a.m. Monday after a resident of the home, located at 20077 Regina Road, noticed smoke and fire coming from the garage area of the house.
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