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ELKHART — Local and federal investigators are still searching for an Elkhart woman who is suspected of fatally shooting a man in May.

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ELKHART — An external audit of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department, proposed by Mayor Tim Neese after the parks superintendent was charged with embezzlement from his previous job, has been turned down by the City Council.

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WARSAW — Police were releasing details Tuesday about an “interdiction detail” conducted by a narcotics unit that resulted in five arrests at two locations Thursday night in Kosciusko County. 

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ELKHART — Cueramaro Supermarket on Lusher Avenue burned on Friday, Aug. 9, and the owners say they feel certain they know who set it ablaze.

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GOSHEN — A third suspect has been arrested in the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars in money and valuables from a Goshen residence.

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ELKHART — A South Bend man was arrested on drugged driving and drug possession charges after a traffic stop Wednesday night on the Indiana Toll Road, police said.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man is accused of robbing a convenience store at knifepoint before being struck by a car as he ran way.

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NAPPANEE — Two men have been arrested after one allegedly bought puppies with counterfeit bills and the other led police on a multi-county chase, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office.

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GOSHEN — A 30-year-old Goshen man ran a few hundred feet, trying to escape the Goshen Police Department, before being arrested on Thursday, according to police.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County Traffic Safety Partnership will join over 230 state and local law enforcement agencies and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration  in an effort to aggressively look for impaired drivers during the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man is accused of child molesting following an alleged sexual encounter with a young girl in spring 2018.

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ELKHART — Community members are making efforts to help the residents of Stratford Commons after a fellow resident is believed to have shot and killed two of his neighbors and seriously injured an office worker at the senior living community Wednesday morning before killing himself.

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ELKHART — A shooting at Stratford Commons left three people dead Wednesday morning and sent a fourth person to the hospital.

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ELKHART — Elkhart parks superintendent Randall Norton offered his resignation to Mayor Tim Neese, R, twice on Tuesday, after Norton was charged with embezzlement from his previous employer on Monday.

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ELKHART — The recently appointed superintendent of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department has been charged with embezzling from his former employer, according to Wood TV8 in Michigan.

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ELKHART — Police are looking for a man believe to be involved in the theft of a vehicle from an Elkhart gas station last weekend.

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TOPEKA — A Bristol man was taken into custody Thursday after a brief standoff with police inside an apartment. He was founding hiding inside a refrigerator, police said.   

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ELKHART — A 17-year-old was shot in the leg on Saturday in Elkhart, according to the Elkhart Police Department

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ELKHART — When a state trooper stopped on the Indiana Toll Road to help what he thought was a disabled motorist he instead discovered various drugs, 26 syringes and a passed out driver, according to Indiana State Police.

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GOSHEN — A 28-year-old Goshen man was knocked unconscious early Sunday at a Goshen bar, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man reported being struck by a car while on his bicycle in Goshen on Tuesday, but the driver of the car failed to stop after the incident, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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ELKHART — A man and woman have been charged with robbery and other crimes after an incident at a Jimtown convenience store, the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office reported Wednesday.

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GOSHEN — An attorney for the suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder is arguing that evidence used to tie him to the crime was wrongfully collected and should be thrown out.