Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department investigated the following accidents:
10:46 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, West SR 14, east of South CR 600W, Silver Lake. Driver: Michelle M. Hyden, 38, West 1250S, Akron. Hit a raccoon. Damage up to $2,500.
8:20 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, West CR 100S, east of South CR 500W, Warsaw. Driver: Christina L. Conwell, 42, South CR 550W, Warsaw. Hit deer. Damage up to $10,000.
6:06 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, East CR 250S and East Pierceton Road, Winona Lake. Drivers: Zachary R. Hupp, 22, Covington Road, Fort Wayne, and Jessica L. Ephart, 25, East CR 700S, Claypool. The rear wheels on a trailer being towed by Hupp’s vehicle struck the front of the Ephart vehicle while making a turn. Hupp was cited for no registration or plates. Damage up to $10,000.
9:34 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, South Country Club Road, south of East CR 400S, Warsaw. Driver: Lucas C. Britton, 17, South CR 780W, Mentone. Struck a raccoon. Damage up to $2,500.
9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, West CR 1350N, east of North CR 700W, Nappanee. Driver: Lawrence Fielstra Jr., 50, Blackstone Way, Nappanee. Hit raccoon. Damage up to $2,500.
Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following accidents:
5:29 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, North Detroit Street, Warsaw. Drivers: Kristopher K. Perkins, 33, West Blanchard Street, Warsaw, and Steven M. Craft, 19, South CR 100E, Claypool. Perkins’ vehicle struck the Craft vehicle as it was merging from the drive-thru lane into the travel lane. Damage up to $25,000.
7:49 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, Frontage Road, west of an access, Warsaw. Drivers: John F. Shepherd, 47, Rosemont Avenue, Warsaw, and Heather R. Richardson, 37, West Perry Street, Warsaw. Shepherd suffered a laceration to the lower left shin area and was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital. Shepherd’s moped was struck by the Richardson vehicle. Shepherd stated the moped did not have its headlamp on and did not see the moped until it was too late. Shepherd was cited for operating a vehicle without financial responsibility. Damage up to $5,000.