ALBION ‚Äď A Kimmel man who admitted digging up a grave on a dare has been sentenced to one year in jail.
Nineteen-year-old Andrew Todd Huntsman, of Kimmell, was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to cemetery mischief. His attorney had asked a Noble County judge to sentence Huntsman to probation and counseling.
Huntsman told the court that overnight on July 31-Aug. 1 he and 19-year-old Roberto Steven Avila, of Ligonier, dug up a grave at Sparta Cemetery containing the casket of a young man who had been dead about 18 months.
OSSIAN ‚ÄĒ Columbia City‚Äôs boys swim team fell seven points short of second place Saturday afternoon at the Norwell Invitational.
The girls team finished fourth out of ten teams at Wawasee Saturday morning.
‚ÄúSome of the boys had tremendous time drops,‚ÄĚ Columbia City Head Coach Kristen Swonger said.
Cole Smith won both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events.
Smith was the only Eagle to place first Saturday.
‚ÄúCole keeps getting closer to breaking both school records,‚ÄĚ Swonger said.
Swonger said the boys meet was close, coming down to the last two races.
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