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TODAY IS Thursday November 27th


(11-26-2014) • Sturgis Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Drunk Driving
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Kalamazoo, MI
(11-26-2014) • Sturgis Ministerial Association Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-26-2014) • One Ton Pot Suspect Enters Guilty Plea
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Fort Wayne
(11-26-2014) • Storm Water Easement Approved
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-26-2014) • Sturgis Police Getting New Vehicle
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-26-2014) • Nearly 600 Households Get Thanksgiving Dinner From Project Help
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Project Help of Steuben County • Angola, IN
(11-26-2014) • Trine LaCrosse Team Helps Local Family
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-26-2014) • DeKalb Health Takes Steps Against Legionella
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: DeKalb Health • Auburn, IN
(11-26-2014) • DeKalb Crash Injures 3, Shuts Down I-69
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: I-69 at 326 MM • Auburn, IN
(11-26-2014) • Alleged CVS Robber Sentenced In Branch County
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Branch County Courthouse • Coldwater, MI
(11-26-2014) • 101 Lakes Kiwanis Club Of Angola Holding Christmas Tree Sale
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-25-2014) • Commission Okays Water Basin Work
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-25-2014) • Downtown Archi-Tour Scheduled By Angola Historic Commission
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-25-2014) • Angola Investment Fund Board Agrees To 1 Year Deal With SCEDC
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola City Hall • Angola, IN
(11-25-2014) • Three Hour Auburn Standoff Ends With Apparent Suicide
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Auburn, IN
(11-25-2014) • Collision between semis kills Elkhart man
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: US 20 near US 33 • Elkhart, IN
(11-25-2014) • Napier Gets Six Years In Meth Case
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-25-2014) • Fremont School Board Approves Re-Worked Superintendent Contract
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Fremont, IN
(11-25-2014) • Angola Beauty Store Robbed
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-24-2014) • EOP Designed To Keep Sturgis Students Safe
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-24-2014) • City Commission Has Busy Agenda
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-24-2014) • MSP Looking For RV Vandels
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: White Pigeon Township - St. Joseph Co. MI
(11-24-2014) • Wind Causing Power Outages
(11-24-2014) • Hudson Man Sentenced For Driving After Lifetime Suspension
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Courthouse • Angola, IN
(11-24-2014) • Homes Evacuated Due To Leaking Propane Tank
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sherman Township, St. Joseph Co. MI
(11-24-2014) • Slushy Roads, Speed Factors In Crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Porter Township - Cass Co. MI.
(11-24-2014) • Three Arrested After Investigation
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Sturgis, MI
(11-24-2014) • Cameron Announces Thanksgiving Closings
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Cameron Hospital • Angola, IN
(11-24-2014) • Santa Arrives In Downtown Angola On Friday
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(11-24-2014) • Local Society Of St. Vincent de Paul Having Advent Fundraiser
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN


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Sturgis Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Drunk Driving
Wednesday Nov 26, 2014 4:57pm
Kalamazoo, MI

(KALAMAZOO) – A Sturgis Police Officer has plead not guilty to charges in Kalamazoo County District Court.

According to WWMT, Officer Bryan Stuck entered the plea Wednesday morning to charges of operating while intoxicated and for operating with a blood alcohol content of .17 or more, which is a violation of the State's “super drunk” law.

The charges were filed in relation to an incident that happened in October. Stuck was leaving a restaurant and bar in Climax at 2:30 AM on October 26 after celebrating his 29th birthday. Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Department officials say Stuck crashed through a guard rail a short distance from the establishment, rolled his truck and then ran to a friend's house for help.

Stuck remains free on bond, but was given strict orders by the judge to not purchase, possess or consume any alcohol. Stuck is also not allowed to go any place where they sell alcohol by the glass.

Stuck has been on two weeks suspension, but is now back to work. Sturgis Director of Public Safety Geoffrey Smith says mandatory counseling has been required for Stuck and a last chance agreement has been agreed to.

A pre-trial hearing will be held sometime in December.




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