The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office was investigating the disappearance of a 70 year man who was last seen on Monday morning. The Silver Alert – issued earlier this morning – has now been cancelled. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed that the man has been located.
He was pulled over because his license plate light was out and it ended with his arrest. The Indiana State Police Trooper who pulled him over along I-70 in Henry County discovered that the driver had no license to drive and neither did the passenger. He also found meth, Xanax and a loaded pistol in the vehicle.
The multi-agency investigative team which continues to look into the double murders of two young girls in Delphi last February says they are aware of the person arrested January 8th in Union City, Randolph County Indiana. The team is aware of this arrest and will investigate to see if there could be any connection to the Delphi murders.
A 50-thousand dollar bond has been set for a Muncie woman charged with murder after she allegedly sold heroin to a Muncie man who later overdosed. 30-year-old Rachelle Tucker has been held without bond in the Delaware County jail after the death of local resident Dustin Rhodes in 2017.
The Anderson City Council has a new president. Rebecca Crumes was elected to that post by consensus. According to the Herald Bulletin, Crumes, Democrat-at large, becomes the first African-American woman to lead the council.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration says SNAP benefits for the month of February will now be distributed this Wednesday, rather than Saturday, January 19. The one-time early benefit distribution is intended to provide SNAP benefits during the partial federal government shutdown.
After months of having significantly fewer incarcerations in Madison County, the numbers are back on the rise. There are 285 inmates in the jail which has a capacity of 207. The increased jail population was partly a result of a number of warrant requests at the end of 2018.
An expert in the First Amendment will speak at Ball State. Gene Policinski, who is president and chief operating officer of the Freedom Forum Institute, will speak January 23 at 8:00 pm in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center. There is no charge to attend.
The 62nd Annual Muncie Coin and Stamp Club Show is this Sunday from 9-4 in the Exposition Center at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. 40 vendors will be available with coins, stamps, currency. You can buy or sell and even get verification of current value of your coins. Its open to the public and it’s free.
It’s the perfect time to discover a new restaurant or visit an old favorite, because Devour Indy returns Jan. 21 – Feb. 3rd. Over 200 restaurants are participating in Indy’s city-wide dining event, offering three-course, value-priced menus. No coupon or ticket is needed – simply visit the restaurant of your choice and ask for the Devour menu.