The following people were booked in the Kosciusko County Jail:
June 11 – Joshua Bryan Puckett, 36, 8556 S. Yellow View Lane, Claypool, was booked for invasion of privacy. Bond: $1,500 cash.
June 11 – Zachary Scott King, 28, 517 E. CR800S, Claypool, was booked for fraud. Bond: $4,500 surety and cash.
June 11 – Kimberley Marie Hardon, 36, 308 W. Boston St., Syracuse, was booked for possession of methamphetamine. Bond: $5,250.
June 11 – Mathew B. Manges, 34, 308 W. Boston St., Syracuse, was booked for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana. Bond: $5,250.
June 11 – Jerry Michael Neata, 33, 3000 S. Andrews Road, Muncie, was booked probation violation. No bond listed.
The following people were booked in the Elkhart County Corrections Facility:
June 9 — Angela Darlene Brickey, 30, 501 S. Cavin St., Apt. B, Ligonier, booked for theft – prior. Bond: $5,000.
June 7 — Andrew Wayne Gabbard, 26, 1115 W. River Drive, Warsaw, booked for driving while suspended with prior. Bond: $1,500.
The following people were booked in the Noble County Jail:
June 9 — Justin R. Garza, 25, 409 Lincolnway West, Ligonier, booked for disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement and probation violation. No bond.
June 8 — Michael N. Watson, 31, 10 EMS B5A Lane, Leesburg, booked on court order. No bond.
June 7 — Juan J. Rodriguez, 27, 103 E. Orange St., Cromwell, booked for battery – bodily waste. No bond.
June 5 — Angel R. Coria Cortez, 34, 715 Jay St., Ligonier, booked on a warrant. No bond.
June 5 — Tamara R. Bair, 40, 11745 CR 50, Ligonier, booked on a warrant. No bond.
The following people were booked in the Whitley County Jail:
June 11 — James Forrest Hill Jr., 39, Columbia City, booked for failure to register as a sex/violent offender. Bond: $10,000 surety.
June 10 — Cheryl Christine Herendeen, 50, Churubusco, booked for check deception. Bond: $551.17.
June 10 — Nicholas Daniel Burford, 42, Columbia City, booked for leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, criminal mischief, possession of marijuana/hash oil/hashish/salvia and possession of parapphernalia. Bond: $2,000.