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- Arrest Log: July 10 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Tuesday and Wednesday, based on Madison County Jail records.
Elwood woman's death ruled a homicide
An Elwood woman's death is being ruled a homicide after an autopsy confirmed she died of blunt force trauma to the head and multiple injuries to the chest. "It's a very sad, very tragic situation," Madison County Coroner Marian Dunnichay said.
Police arrest man after chase ends in Pendleton
An early morning police chase ended in a manhunt after the suspect crashed his vehicle into a police car. Pendleton Police arrested Jared Walker, 22, of Muncie, who was wanted on four warrants out of Delaware County.
- Arrest Log: July 9 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Monday and Tuesday, based on Madison County Jail records.
- Frankton feels effects of program ending The shutdown of a government program giving used military trucks to rural fire departments will affect local Madison County units.
- Man who paralyzed IMPD officer in drunken driving incident arrested again A Pendleton man responsible for a drunken driving incident that paralyzed an Indianapolis police officer in 2012 has been arrested again on suspicion of impaired driving.
Military stops giving leftover equipment to rural firefighters
A government program that sent spare military trucks, tankers and other vehicles to rural fire departments throughout Indiana has dried up, potentially putting small towns and county governments on the hook for expensive, new equipment.
- Mother loses appeal to regain custody after serving drug charges A mother who lost an appeal for custody of her child blamed authorities and child services officials for the termination of her parental rights.
- Arrest Log: July 8 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Sunday and Monday, based on Madison County Jail records.
Residents unhappy with overgrown course
As an appeal involving the former Yule Golf Course property and the zoning of the property drags on through the courts, more Alexandria citizens are getting tired of seeing weeds where they once saw well-maintained fairways.
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