August 6th, 2014
NOBLE COUNTY â€” The man accused of attempting to run over an Indiana State Trooper from Columbia City was captured by police Tuesday night.
After being on the run for nearly seven hours, police found a man who was wanted on multiple charges, Anthony Michael McClellan, 23, of Churubusco.
Betty R. Doudt, 98, of Columbia City, passed away at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, at Westminster Village in Muncie.
Born May 3, 1916, in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of E.O. and Ruth (Johnson) Ringwalt.
In her early years, Betty lived in Fort Wayne before moving to Laud in 1950. In 2000, she moved to Columbia City and recently moved to be closer to her son in Muncie. She graduated from South Side High School with the Class of 1934.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team dropped its first match by a close margin Tuesday afternoon. The Lady Eagles fell 196-199 to Wawasee in the season opener at Eagle Glen. The loss sends Columbia City to an 0-1 record, but the Lady Eagles will have the opportunity to redeem themselves on their home course Thursday against Northrop.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” A search for a fleeing suspect involved several departments including sheriffs, K9 and state trooper units. Watch a video of the capture by clicking the link below.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Motorists should use extra caution when traveling to work Wednesday morning after the National Weather Service issued a dense fog warning in Whitley County and surrounding areas.
WHITELY COUNTY â€” Thanks to the help of area residents, police took the fleeing suspect into custody at approximately 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Officials received reports that the man was around Goss Grocery on Ind. 109. When police arrived, the man attempted to flee again but was taken into custody by Indiana State Police Trooper Jon Amburgey.
To see more details of the story, see Wednesday's Edition of The Post & Mail.
NOBLE COUNTY (Aug. 5, 2014) -- Law enforcement from Noble and Whitley counties along with state troopers are working together to capture a suspect who was seen near Big Lake, off Ind. 109.
Earlier in the afternoon, a man fled the scene of a domestic situation in Noble County. Noble County police were able to offer a description of the man and the license plate number to the vehicle he was seen leaving in.
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