Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following accidents:
- 6:28 p.m. Sunday, June 20, East US 30 and Arnolt Drive, Warsaw. Drivers: Joshua A. Fowler, 40, East SR 28, Muncie, and Robert B. Jackson, 61, Hoover Avenue, Dayton, Ohio. Fowler was traveling eastbound on US 30 at Arnolt Drive, Warsaw, and was in the left hand lane. He drove around Jackson’s vehicle and proceeded back into the right hand lane, crashing into Jackson’s vehicle. Jackson’s vehicle spun out into the median. Damage: Up to $5,000.
- 1:02 a.m. Sunday, June 20, North CR 650E south of East CR 1120N, Syracuse. Driver: Jose O. Cervantes, 18, East Fifth Street, Ligonier. Cervantes was traveling southbound on CR 650E, Syracuse, when he saw a car driving in the middle of the road. He swerved to miss the car and went down in the ditch. The vehicle rolled several times into a field and came to rest on its top. A passenger in his vehicle suffered a laceration to his head and small puncture wound on his leg. Damage: Up to $50,000.
- 5:59 p.m. Friday, June 18, North Warner Road west of East CR 1400N, Syracuse. Driver: Douglas E. Cox, 35, South Mayflower Road, South Bend. Cox was traveling westbound on East CR 1400N just west of North Warner Road, Syracuse. His vehicle started experiencing some abnormalities with its steering and control. His vehicle had shown some signs of steering issues earlier that day. His vehicle crossed the center line of the roadway and left the south side of the road. It hit an utility pole. Cox had head lacerations and was transported to a hospital. Damage: Up to $50,000.
Officers with the Milford Police Department investigated the following accident:
- 5:10 p.m. Friday, June 18, West CR 1350N east of North CR 700W, Nappanee. Drivers: Brendan D. Slaven, 18, CR 50, Nappanee, and Julie A. Doll, 52, North Camelot Trail, Milford. Slaven said he was driving southbound on North CR 700W, Nappanee. He pulled into an intersection and didn’t see Doll’s vehicle. Her vehicle hit his. Damage: Up to $10,000.
Officers with the Syracuse Police Department investigated the following accidents:
- 6:42 p.m. Saturday, June 19, North Huntington Street north of East Carroll Street, Syracuse. Drivers: John A. Beechy, 32, Buffalo Street, Nappanee, and Stacey A. Johns, 32, North Harrison Street, Syracuse. Beechy and Johns’ vehicles collided. Damage: Up to $2,500.
- 5:57 p.m. Saturday, June 19, South Thwaits Court east of Wildwood Drive, Syracuse. Driver: Sandra S. Areson, 77, Lausanne Court, Tell City. Areson was backing out of the driveway at 709 Thwaits Court, Syracuse. She backed into a parked vehicle. Damage: Up to $1,000.
Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following accident:
- 7:16 p.m. Friday, June 18, East Center Street east of South Taft Street, Warsaw. Drivers: Jimmie L. Anderson, 44, East Shawnee Road, Berrien Springs, Mich., and John M. Donahue, 47, Tecumseh Street, Warsaw. Anderson said he was traveling eastbound on East Center Street near the entrance to the Wagon Wheel, Warsaw. He was in the left lane. As he was traveling eastbound, a vehicle in front of him went into the turn lane. As he got closer to it, it went back into his lane of travel, causing him to swerve to his right and hit Donahue’s vehicle. Damage: Up to $5,000.
Officers with the Winona Lake Police Department investigated the following accidents:
- 7:57 a.m. Saturday, June 19, US 30 and South CR 250E, Warsaw. Drivers: Kathryn J. Hansen-Cornett, 23, East Longspur Lane, Warsaw, and Shane William, 42, CR 131, Ewing, Mo. Hansen-Cornett’s and William’s vehicles collided. Damage: Up to $10,000.
- 3:02 p.m. Thursday, June 17, South Packerton Road north of East CR 225S, Winona Lake. Drivers: Alan E. Grossnickle, 50, South Grove Avenue, Warsaw, and Melvin L. Spaulding, 66, Briarwood, North Manchester. Grossnickle was traveling southbound on Packerton Road about 100 feet north of CR 225S, Winona Lake. He said he fell asleep, and his vehicle crossed the center line and hit Spaulding’s vehicle. Grossnickle’s vehicle went on through the intersection of CR 225S before turning into a cornfield. Damage: Up to $25,000.