A Blackford County man whom police say hit and threw a nine year old boy is behind bars. 35 year old Shad Hight of West Huntington Street in Montpelier, is charged with domestic battery. Police say Hight also punched the boy with a closed fist and hit him with a belt. DCS plans to remove the boy and two other children from the home.
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Feb. 22, 2019 2:06 PM CST
A Blackford County man whom police say hit and threw a nine year old boy is behind bars. 35 year old Shad Hight of West Huntington Street in Montpelier, is charged with domestic battery. Police say Hight also punched the boy with a closed fist and hit him with a belt. with a history of domestic violence threw, punched and beat a nine-year-old boy. DCS plans to remove the boy and two other children from the home.
Whomever held up the Kay Jewelers at 618 E. McGalliard Road Wednesday night has the law on their tail. Police say two men walked in to the store with red bandanas over their faces. One of the robbers threatened to shoot two clerks and the other broken open display cases with a hammer. They bagged the contents of the case and took off. No gun was displayed, no injuries reported.
Indiana Michigan Power is helping Yorktown create a better downtown with a grant supporting Destination Downtown Yorktown, the redevelopment plan aimed at increasing business and residential opportunities in the town. The aim of the grant is to boost the local economy by helping Yorktown plan for creating a new public park connecting downtown with Morrow’s Meadow and other public gathering spaces.
A Delaware County man has been arrested and charged with one of Indiana’s newest laws. Delaware County Prosecutor Eric Hoffman says Joel David West has been charged with Dealing in a Controlled Substance Resulting in Death. Last year, the Indiana General Assembly passed the statute as a tool for prosecutors to hold those accountable who sell drugs to people that end up overdosing and dying. The statute took effect July 1, 2018.
Efforts by State Rep. Melanie Wright (D-Yorktown) to drastically increase state support for local efforts to improve school security were rejected Thursday in the Indiana House. Wright’s proposal would dedicate up to $100 million to improve school security infrastructure and increase the number of School Resource Officers in Indiana’s schools. Wright says “While Thursday’s actions were disappointing, I will still work the rest of this session to improve the quality of school safety programs in Indiana.
He was run over by his own SUV while trying to stop a burglar. Gabriel Gouvas had just pulled his SUV into his carport when he noticed someone was burglarizing his Anderson home. As he ran toward the burglar, the bandit jumped into his vehicle and started to back away. Gouvas was injured when he got between the SUV and a utility pole.
Ball State University will host a public reception at 1 p.m. Saturday in Emens Auditorium to remember the life and accomplishments of veteran journalist and educator Stephen S. Bell. Bell, 83, who passed away January 25, taught at Ball State from 1992 to 2007 after a long and storied career in journalism.
A new apartment complex is designed to give the homeless a second chance. Built on the site of the former athletic fields for Anderson High School, the 44-unit Fieldhouse Apartments had its first residents move in January 21st. Residents’ rent and utilities are paid through a grant from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.
New ownership for two properties that used to be Marsh grocery stores: One is at 3910 W. Bethel Avenue; while the other is at 1920 S. Hoyt Avenue. Both have been purchased by NSI Investments. NSI says it will have some other uses for the buildings if tenants aren’t found in a timely manner.