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first_img Facebook Facebook Pinterest Google+ Five people arrested in Marshall County on drug-related charges Previous article46,000 healthcare workers in Indiana registered to get COVID-19 vaccineNext articleAnti-face mask rally to take place in Elkhart County on Friday Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Twitter By Jon Zimney – December 18, 2020 0 859 Twitter (Photo supplied/Marshall County Sheriff’s Department/ABC 57) Five people wanted by the law was taken into custody in Marshall County. All five were wanted on drug-dealing related charges.William Lamphier of South Bend is charged with dealing in a look-a-like substance.Stewart Hummnel of Nappannee, Brody Anderson, Cassandra Knight and Freddy Roberts of Plymouth all face dealing in methamphetamine charges.The specific charges are below:William Lamphier 42, of South Bend, dealing in a look-a-like substance $1,500 cash bond.Brody Anderson 50, of Plymouth, dealing in methamphetamine Level 3 Felony $25,000 cash bond.Cassandra Knight 35, of Plymouth, dealing in methamphetamine Level 2 Felony $25,000 cash bond.Freddy Roberts 43, of Plymouth, dealing in methamphetamine Level 2 Felony $25,000 cash bond.Stewart Hummel 42, of Nappanee, dealing in methamphetamine Level 2 Felony $50,000 cash bond. WhatsApp Google+ IndianaLocalMichigan WhatsApplast_img read more


first_imgFunk-pop masters Vulfpeck have continually impressed throughout 2016, working their way into our hearts with appearances at festivals and venues across the country (and even across the pond!). As promised, the band has fulfilled their one-record-per-year testament with the release of The Beautiful Game.Though industry practice is to release albums on Fridays, Vulfpeck puts their anti-industry approach at the forefront by releasing the album today, Monday October 17th. The new release features 10 original tracks, only a handful of which (like “Dean Town, premiered last week) have been heard.Fortunately, the band has put their album on Spotify, so we can stream it in full via the player below. Enjoy!In support of the new album, Vulfpeck held a “Telethon” event last night, which saw them occupy Jack Stratton’s backyard, while Theo Katzman roasted a frozen chicken and several friends stopped by to either play music or discuss Korean food during a Facebook live stream. Sunset yoga and chicken soda were also things that happened, as was the premiere of “El Chepe” and a failed attempt at a ramen to-go order, which ultimately saw Theo go and pick it up himself. If you ever wanted to watch Vulfpeck’s music synced to hours of dog footage, peep the videos below. Congratulations to Vulfpeck for reaching their goal of $100,000. The 2016 release features a ton of new guests, including debuts from Laura Mace, Bethanni Grecynski, Jamire Williams, Michael Winogrand, Pegasus Warning, Adam Levy, and Rich Hinman. The Beautiful Game will also feature some of our favorite returning guests: guitarist Cory Wong, keyboardist Joey Dosik from “Game Winner”, “Back Pocket” vocal contributor Christine Hucal, and of course, the “Funky Duck” himself, Antwaun Stanley.last_img read more


first_imgGreensburg, In. — Republican H. Wayne Shake has entered the race for sheriff in Decatur County.Shake attended North Decatur High School, studied criminology at Vincennes University, criminal justice at Indiana State University and graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in 1988. He has served as town marshal in Westport, with the Greensburg Police Department and with the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department.The Republican field for sheriff now consists of Shake, Indiana State Police master trooper Jim Ponsler, former Greensburg police chief Bill Meyerrose and former Decatur County sheriff’s detective Rick Underhill. Primary Election Day is in May of 2018.last_img