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Men selling beer out of a house on Sunday face bootlegging charges, Elkhart Memorial grad Karvel Anderson will play pro ball and three other stories to start your day.

Posted on Aug. 26, 2014 at 5:49 a.m.

Indianapolis men tried to sell Natural Ice beer out of a house on Sunday

Officers seized 142 12-ounce cans of Natural Ice beer and 18 375-milliliter bottles (or 18 half bottles) of assorted liquors from Keith Webb, 51, and Freddie Ballard, 53, who were arrested and are now facing bootlegging charges.

Indiana State Excise Police served a search warrant on the home around 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25 after receiving an anonymous tip.

Former Saint Mary’s employee pleads guilty to voyeurism

David Summerfield, 73, was fired from his job at Saint Mary’s College last April after he drilled holes in the ceiling of a bathroom in Le Mans Hall, allowing him to watch women as they showered, WSBT reported. 

He also stole women’s underwear from a lost and found box in the laundry room. 

As part of his plea, Summerfield will pay the college $3,000 to repair the damage he caused by drilling the holes in the ceiling. He also faces three years in jail, WSBT reports.

Elkhart native Karvel Anderson will play pro basketball in Europe

Karvel Anderson, who graduated from Elkhart Memorial and also played basketball for Robert Morris University, announced on Twitter that he will play professional basketball for a team in Italy. 

Earlier this year, Anderson was one of 40 Div. I players to be named to the Associated Press All-American honorable mention list for men’s basketball.

Goshen hardware store honored as asset to the community

John Hall True Value Hardware in Goshen was awarded the 2014 Agri-Business Award of Excellence from the Purdue Extension Agricultural Society Committee.

“They are truly an economic and trustworthy asset to Elkhart County,” said Nancy Borkholder, secretary at Elkhart County Purdue Extension. “If you can’t find it at John Hall’s, it is probably not made.”

Parents charged in carbon monoxide death of Kosciusko County boy

Skylar Spore, 12, was found dead inside his Syracuse home on June 28, according to a report from Stacey Page Online.

Spore’s parents, 33-year-old Candy Chamness and 34-year-old Darrick Spore, have been arrested on charges of neglect of a dependent resulting in death.




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