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Warsaw

Officers with the Warsaw Police Department investigated the following incident:

  • 11:35 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, 1600 block East CR 200N, Warsaw. Officers investigated a report domestic battery-simple assault.

Fulton County

Officers with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incident:

Area Accident Reports

Kosciusko County

Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following accidents:

6:52 a.m. Thursday, April 2, Syracuse Webster Road near CR 900N, North Webster. Driver: Jamie L. Slabaugh, 20, North Syracuse Webster Road, Syracuse. Slabaugh’s vehicle left the roadway due to foggy weather conditions. Damages up to $5,000.

Sally Elizabeth Lewis — UPDATED

Sally Elizabeth Lewis, 76, Rochester formerly of Kewanna, passed away at 7:35 p.m., Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at Life Care Center of Rochester.

Born on April 28, 1943, in Nyack, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Lawrence and Eleanor (Dodge) Smith.

Sally was a retired Home Healthcare Aid.

Survivors include her daughter, Sherry Porterfield of Kewanna, son, Kevin Howell of Maine, sister, Penelope Bosco of New Jersey.  She is also survived by grandchildren, Courtney, Chase and Sawyer and great grandchildren, Autumn, Chloe and Riley.

Surprising Number Of Young People Testing Positive For Coronavirus In St. Joseph

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — New data on cases in St. Joseph County has revealed a surprising number of younger people testing positive.

The demographics of coronavirus cases in St. Joe County don’t line up with national or even state statistics.

But the St. Joe County Health Department expects they soon will.

New data, once again showing that nobody can avoid getting the coronavirus.

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