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Home Detention Officer Fired After Removing Ankle Monitor Bracelet

  KOSCIUSKO — A home detention officer with Kosciusko County Community Corrections was recently fired after removing an individual’s ankle monitor bracelet. Patrick Olson was hired on as a home detention officer in April. Director Anna Bailey announced his termination during the Oct. 9 Community Corrections meeting. At that time, Bailey … Read More


Warsaw Man Sentenced On Charges Of Strangulation And Theft

WARSAW — A Warsaw man was sentenced Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Kosciusko County Superior 1 Court, after stealing money and medication from his roommate and then strangling her. Daniel Ray Smith, 30, pleaded guilty to count I strangulation and count II theft, both level 6 felonies. According … Read More

Change of Venue Denied In Clevenger Lawsuit

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — A motion for a change of venue in a lawsuit has been denied. The motion was filed by counsel for Clifford Clevenger, Pierceton, in his suit against North Webster Police Department, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department and Wawasee Community School Corporation and specified employees of those … Read More

WCHS Band Concludes Season With State Finals Appearance

WARSAW — The Warsaw Community High School Band program is set to cap off its most successful fall season in recent years with a trip to the Indiana State School Music Association Scholastic State Marching Band Finals this Saturday, Oct. 21. So far, accolades for the 2017 Tiger’s … Read More

UPDATED: Dirck Files For County Commissioner-Middle District

WARSAW — Sheal A. Dirck, Warsaw, has filed his candidacy for Kosciusko County Commissioner-Middle District, with Kosciusko County Republican Central Committee Chairman Mike Ragan. A caucus of all county Republican precinct committeemen will be held at 7 p.m.  Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the historic Kosciusko Circuit Courtroom, Kosciusko … Read More

Crafton Sentenced, But Argues With Judge

WARSAW — “Give me probation, that’s better than work release,” Kimbert Alvin Gregory Crafton, 32, 609 W. Boston St., Syracuse, stated to Kosciusko Superior Court III Judge Joe Sutton, following his sentencing Wednesday morning, Oct. 18. Sutton had just sentenced Crafton to 5 ½ years in the county … Read More