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Police and fire

  • Worker pinned under forklift
    A Warsaw man was taken to the hospital in serious condition after he was pinned under a 2,000-pound forklift near the loading dock of the Creighton Brothers processing plant in Warsaw Thursday morning, the Kosciusko County sheriff's department said.
  • Search for drill leads police to drug-related arrest
    The suspected theft of a power drill led police to a Syracuse home containing precursors to meth production, the Kosciusko County sheriff's department said today.
  • Suspect in credit-card theft sought
    Someone using a stolen credit card racked up $2,000 worth of merchandise earlier this month, and the Allen County Sheriff'?s Department is asking for the public's help in identifying her.

Power to downtown traffic lights restored

Power has been restored to the 18 city traffic lights that were shut down after a power outage Sunday afternoon, according to city spokesman Frank Suarez.

All of the signals in the downtown area are now functioning, Suarez said.

A power outage shut down 18 city traffic signals Sunday afternoon according to city spokesman Frank Suarez.

The area affected by the power outage included Superior to Jefferson streets and Broadway to Calhoun street.

According to Indiana Michigan Power's website, nearly 2,800 Allen County residents were without power as of 2 p.m., but all had power by 2:30 p.m.

Crews placed temporary stop signs while the power was out.