Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following accidents:
2:22 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, East Winona Avenue and South Indiana Street, Warsaw. Drivers: Sophie I. Scott, 19, East 256 Street, Cicero, and Amber M. Engle, 30, East Harrison Street, Claypool. Scott rear-ended Engle. Damages up to $5,000.
4:06 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, 2924 Jalynn Street, Warsaw. Drivers: Verna Lickfeldt, 64, Southway 31, Rochester, and Dyrell D. Hackworth, 69, South CR 400W, Warsaw. Lickfeldt collided with Hackworth when Lickfeldt failed to see Hackworth as she backed out of her parking spot. Damages up to $2,500.
10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, Lake City Highway and East Old Road 30, Warsaw. Drivers: Marlane B. Baker, 70, South CR 600E, and Jessica A. Posante, 23, Wooster Road, Winona Lake. Baker was turning right onto US 30. As she was entering the highway and attempting to get into the left lane, she and Posante collided. Damages up to $2,500.
6:52 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, South Buffalo Street and Fisher Avenue, Warsaw. Driver: Bryce S. Fritzel, 21, Heron Boulevard , Warsaw. Fritzel stated a vehicle was traveling in his lane in the wrong direction. Fritzel swerved off the road to avoid a head on collision. His vehicle slid down the hill and the passenger side of his vehicle hit metal polls linked together with a chain on the top of a retaining wall. Damages up to $10,000.
5:11 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, East Winona Avenue and North Bay Drive, Warsaw. Drivers: Jacob M. Makinson, 33, South Union Street, Warsaw, and Sheila K. Richards, 40, East Clark Street, Warsaw. Makinson rear-ended Richards. Damages up to $10,000.
5:16 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, Walton Boulvard, Warsaw. Driver: Elliot J. Jerge, 18, Windsor Beach Court, Erie, Penn. Jerge hit a cement light pole in a parker lot. Damages up to $5,000.
Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department investigated the following accident:
7:04 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10, East CR 500N and EMS T7 Lane, North Webster. Driver: Jeffrey A. Clark, 54, T7B Lane, Leesburg. Clark ran into a deer. Damages up to $2,500.