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HEROIN BUST: Warsaw nets largest in its history

November 16, 2012


WARSAW — What initially started as a controlled drug buy turned into one of Kosciusko County’s largest heroin busts in its history.

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department and Warsaw Police joined forces Thursday for a controlled heroin buy.

But the buy was interrupted by a report of a possible methamphetamine lab on Stoneburner Road in Warsaw.

Police searched the residence and found an active meth lab, arresting Shawn Morton, 50, and his wife Dawn Morton, 47, on a preliminary charges of dealing and manufacturing meth.

COUNTY HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT: Warns motorists to stay vigilant to road workers

November 16, 2012


SOUTH WHITLEY — In light of a southwest Whitley County crash that had the potential to be disastrous, Whitley County Highway Department Superintendent Mike Barton advises motorists to use caution.

A pair of Whitley County Highway workers were repairing pot holes on CR 400 S. near 950 W. Thursday afternoon when a car came over a hill.

The driver, Amanda Syndram, 19, of Pierceton, slammed on the brakes, losing control on the loose gravel on the road.

EXPANDING EAGLE TECH

November 16, 2012

SAVINGS TO THE CITY: GIS improves department information accessibility, response time

November 16, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — In order to improve communications between departments, the City of Columbia City will soon have the ability to access digitally organized information in a Geographic Information System (GIS) via computers, tablets or smartphones.

“It’s time, efficiency and cost savings for the city as a whole,” said Mayor Ryan Daniel.

Mayor Daniel said the system will allow for quicker access to information which will mainly benefit departments in their daily tasks.

As a result, the system may prove to be beneficial to city residents.

SQUIRREL KILLS PHONES: Burned pole leaves 6,000 without service

November 16, 2012


CHURUBUSCO — A squirrel may have been the culprit in a 6,000-customer phone outage that stretched from Churubusco to Huntertown.

“We think a squirrel chewed the power line, shorted it out and caused our phone line to get burned,” Frontier’s Construction Manager Laura Gay said.

Starting at approximately 1 p.m. Thursday, ’Busco residents were unable to make phone calls — but most importantly, weren’t able to call 911 in the event of an emergency.

According to Gay, workers fixed the 911 section as soon as possible, and it was back up and running at approximately 7 p.m.

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