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- Synthetic drug bust nets 11 arrests The 11 people arrested Monday in connection with the sale of synthetic drugs in Elkhart County had bonds set after Magistrate Dean Burton found Wednesday there was probable cause for the charges. After probable cause is found the prosecutor has 72 hours to file formal criminal charges.
- POLICE NEWS FOR JUNE 11, 2014: Elkhart County police asking for help in crash investigation Investigators from the Elkhart County Sheriff's Department are continuing to investigate a serious personal injury crash that occurred near the Concord Mall at the intersection of U.S. 33 and Sunnyside Avenue at approximately 12:49 p.m. on Saturday.
Police: Semi sideswipes buggy, injures one
A semi sideswiped a horse-drawn buggy along U.S. 6, east of C.R. 23, injuring a Nappanee man.
Alcohol apparent factor in Shipshewana-area crash that injured three
Alcohol was an apparent factor in a crash in LaGrange County that left three people injured Monday night.
- Elkhart teen fair after wreck An Elkhart teen is listed in fair condition in a Michigan hospital after a wreck Saturday afternoon, according to hospital officials.
- Middlebury mailbox vandal sought Middlebury police are asking the public for information about several mailboxes that were damaged or destroyed in the area of Shoemaker Drive and Somerset Drive in Middlebury. The incident occurred between 3 and 7 a.m. Saturday.
- Police respond to several crashes The following crashes occurred Thursday and Friday as reported by Elkhart County police:
1999 Elkhart County conviction thrown out over translator errors
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court has thrown out the cocaine dealing conviction of a man imprisoned for 15 years because of mistakes made by a Spanish translator.
- Several thefts, burglaries reported. Local police recently responded to several reports of thefts and burglaries. Theft/burglary reports and arrests • An employee of Canteen Vending told Elkhart County police that personnel of Better Way Products, 70891 C.R. 23, New Paris, stole $50 fro
- Info on cemetery flower thief sought Oakridge Cemetery in Bristol has experienced several thefts of flowers according to Bristol police.
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