Pulaski County Sheriff's Office

An increase in the number of drivers who are violating the school bus stop arm has local police concerned.  Pulaski County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Chris Schramm said the number of drivers violating the bus stop arm seems to be increasing so he wants to remind drivers of the law.  The drivers who...
There’s a new animal control officer in town.  Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine asked commissioners to hire Stephanie Schulze during a regular meeting Monday morning.  The animal control officer position is part-time and this is the first public office type of job that Schulze has had. ...
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is again being investigated by outside agencies as evidence is missing.  The Federal Bureau of Investigations has started an investigation after cash was reported missing. This is the second time the sheriff’s office has been investigated for missing evidence...
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a forfeiture of  $57,102.01 that was seized during a recent drug-related incident.  Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine recently mentioned, during a county commissioners’ meeting, that the sheriff’s office was working to obtain the money from what he...
Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies scan individuals for weapons before they enter the Pulaski County Highway Department meeting room where the board of zoning appeals met Monday night.
Weapons are no longer allowed in the courthouse or the justice center after a special commissioners’ meeting Aug. 20.  The Pulaski County Commissioners along with county attorney Kevin Tankersley and auditor Laura Wheeler gathered for a special meeting to discuss an ordinance regarding prohibiting...
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is planning to purchase a new body scanner for the jail in hopes of better protecting staff and inmates.  Pulaski County Sheriff’s Detective Chris Schramm asked, during a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening, if the department could apply for a grant...
Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy Matt Pickens and reserve deputy and jail Sgt. Chris McAninch train with the scenario simulator on Nov. 1. This is the first time they have participated in the scenario with the sheriff’s office.
Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies are sharpening their skills as they decide who is friend or foe during recent training.    Deputies, reserve deputies and some jail officers spent about two hours training with a scenario simulator. During the training deputies must quickly decide if the people in...
Pulaski County Jail Commander Stephen Tabler helped to evacuate the courthouse on Friday, Sept. 6, after a suspicious device was found in the basement.
A suspicious device found in the Pulaski County Courthouse didn’t contain explosives or incendiary components, according to police.  The device that was found by the maintenance department at about 6:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, was located in the basement bathroom which is open to the public. ...
Former Pulaski County Sheriff Mike Gayer was found not guilty on all counts after a jury spent more than three hours in deliberation.  Gayer was charged with seven counts that included two counts of theft, three counts of official misconduct, obstruction of justice and deception after a grand jury...
The driver who caused a fatality accident on U.S. 35 in 2017 has been sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections.
A Lafayette man involved in a fatality accident more than a year and a half ago was sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections as part of a plea agreement on March 4. Bradyn Bordenet, 21, of Lafayette, was sentenced for causing death when operating a motor vehicle with a...

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Winamac, IN 46996

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