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Police/Fire

April 14, 2013

Police blotter, Sunday, April 14, 2013

Wednesday

7:16 a.m. — Theft, receiving stolen property. 200 block of Tacoma Avenue. A man reported his mo-ped was stolen overnight. Logansport Police Department.

Friday

3:14 a.m. — Arrest. Danielle Louise Ingle, 26, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated. Cass County Sheriff’s Department.

5:51 p.m. — Arrest. James Dewayne Langdon, 52, Logansport, was arrested on a court order. CCSD.

11:11 p.m. — Arrest. Joshua Dalton Huddleston, 19, Logansport, was arrested on a warrant for violation of probation and a charge of possession of a schedule IV controlled substance. LPD.

Saturday

3:19 a.m. — Arrest. Hector Mateo Lopez, 45, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. LPD.

4:03 a.m. — Arrest. Maurice James Tate, 37, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated. CCSD.

4:29 a.m. — Arrest. Angell Antonio Morgan, 34, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated. LPD.

 

FIRE REPORTS

Thursday

6:13 p.m. — First responder call, disregarded. Mount Hope Cemetery. Logansport Fire Department.

6:22 p.m. — First responder call, canceled en route. Clifton Avenue and Stanley Street. Cass County Fire District/New Waverly Fire Department.

9:33 p.m. — First responder call, disregarded. 2626 George St. Apt. 312. LFD.

Friday

8:40 a.m. — Fire alarm. 11185 Ind. 25. CCFD/NWFD.

 

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