Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department investigated the following accidents:
3:24 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, North Main Street, North Webster. Drivers: Michele R. Fisher, 51, Mary Lafern Street, North Webster; and Patrick M. McMillan, 68, EMS T49A Lane, Syracuse. Fisher’s vehicle rear-ended McMillan’s vehicle. Damage up to $10,000.
4:00 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, West CR 1350N, east of North CR 600W, Nappanee. Driver: Jarod D. Wyly, 17, Shively Road, Bremen. Wyly reported he had been traveling eastbound on CR 1350N, which was freshly chip-sealed. Wyly advised he was passing another vehicle and lost control of his vehicle. His vehicle left the north side of the road, ending up in a bean field. Damage up to $5,000.
Officers with the Syracuse Police Department investigated the following accident:
6:08 a.m. Friday, Aug. 31, East CR 1300N, east of North Oak Street, Syracuse. Driver: Lisa M. Erickson, 37, Hope Boulevard, Bremen. Erickson’s vehicle went off the north side of the road at CR 1300N and Oak Street. Erickson reported she did not remember anything. She advised she is diabetic. The officer reported that Erickson exhibited slurred speech and poor balance. Medics arrived and checked Erickson’s blood sugar, which was at 31. Damage up to $2,500.
Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following accidents:
11:33 a.m. Friday, Aug. 31, East Center Street, west of North Park Avenue. Drivers: Melvin L. Bruner, 66, East US 30, Pierceton; Lorwill M. Coffing, 75, North CR 850E, Pierceton; and Shane D. Sapp, 41, SR 13, Pierceton. Bruner’s vehicle rear-ended Coffing’s vehicle, causing Coffing’s vehicle to rear-end Sapp’s vehicle. Damage up to $10,000.
7:46 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, US 30, south of Center Street, Warsaw. Drivers: Sharon L. Perkins, 70, Drum Drive, St. James, Fla.; and Richard K. Dedecker, 48, EMS B62 Lane, Warsaw. Police said Perkins and Dedecker were in adjacent turn lanes from US 30 to Center Street. One driver claimed the other was turning too wide, while the second driver claimed the other drive turned too sharply, causing a sideswipe accident. Damage up to $2,500.