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HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT PREPARES FOR LATE FALL STORM
(Richmond, IN)--The Wayne County Highway Department will be busy Thursday making preparations for the nasty fall weather that’s approaching. "Trucks will have their plows and sanders on. Everything will be checked out. We have a full supply of salt and sand at our outposts and at the shop." said Supervisor Mike Sharp. Crews will be going out later Thursday to pre-treat roads. "I do have a night crew that will be starting at 3 o'clock (Thursday) afternoon," Sharp added. Both the Richmond Street Department in State Highway Department are making similar preparations.
THREE MEN ARRESTED FOR HOME INVASION
(Cambridge City, IN)--Details of a Tuesday home invasion in Cambridge City have been released. Three men allegedly knocked on the door of a resident on South Fourth Street and forced their way in. The home’s resident was beaten, but was able to get away. Police caught the three suspects a short time later. They’ve been identified as 38-year-old Joshua Bishop, 42-year-old Brian Hook, and 29-year-old Jeremy Virant.
DEPUTIES CHASE FOUR SUSPECTS AFTER PREBLE COUNTY CRASH
(Preble County, OH)--Police in Preble County were involved in a search Thursday morning for two suspects who fled into the woods following a crash. It happened at around 5 o’clock Thursday morning at the intersection of State Route 122 and Toney-Lybrook Road. That’s about five miles east of Boston. Deputies caught two suspects, but were still chasing two more at 6 a.m. There’s no word on injuries.