Police say Stevie Bradley of Elkhart provided a false name and tried to flee when officers were arresting him

Ann Elise Taylor

Posted 35 minutes ago
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A driver Goshen police say fled on foot was arrested in connection with the incident

Ann Elise Taylor

Posted 1 hour ago
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Remember — if a piece of mail promising prizes seems suspicious or too good to be true, cross check it with the Better Business Bureau

Tommie Lee

Posted at 11:17 a.m.
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