Lake County Democratic Party Chairman John Buncich is worried that consolidating precincts in Northwest Indiana would suppress the Democratic vote.
HAMMOND | A patrol officer with the Lake County Police Department has filed suit against Lake County, the police department, Sheriff John Buncich, and former Commander Henry Woronka claiming his civil rights were violated.
Respect is to be earned.
Yes, I will vote for John Buncich for sheriff again, and you should too.
Lake County cannot afford not to re-elect Sheriff John Buncich to another term. In any job a person must go through a learning curve of at least one to two years. Nobody is born to know how to handle any job without having first experienced it.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich seems to believe his job comes with a lifetime guarantee.
I am an 83-year-old resident of Lake County. I have seen many sheriffs come and go, and I was glad to see most of them go!
It's easy for the would-be sheriffs to point their fingers at Sheriff John Buncich, but remember he inherited a jail from Roy Dominquez that was compared to the hell hole of Calcutta. Dominquez was sued by inmates for the conditions. Taxpayers paid millions of dollars for his incompetence.
Good government in Lake County does not just happen. The voters of Lake County have their responsibility. We all want experienced, honest, qualified candidates with integrity to serve as our elected officials.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich’s accessibility and positive involvement in the lives of Lake County residents has exceeded expectations these past four years, and his re-election offers tremendous hope for the next four.
It was odd to see a member of Lake County Sheriff John Buncich's department advocate breaking the law. The exact wording in the story was: "Lake County police Cmdr. Rob Arnold said, 'All the sheriff is asking is make the promoter have a guy with a federal firearms license check all these yar…
Recent articles make it appear Lake County Sheriff John Buncich is either ignorant of the laws he has sworn to uphold, or has become a pawn of the machine.
HAMMOND | The Harrison Park Crime Watch is scheduled to meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday at VFW Post 802, 5820 Hohman Ave.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich, right, and Deputy Cmdr. Robert Arnold show vials of "bath salts" being sold in the area. Indiana outlawed the products in July, but the manufacturers can circumvent the ban by slightly altering their chemical structures.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich, right, and Deputy Cmdr. Robert Arnold watch a video of a man under the influence of so-called bath salts. Surveillance footage from the Lake County Jail shows the man stripping naked and climbing the wall like a spider.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich holds a container of "bath salts" being sold in the area. Officials say the illegal high resembles that of PCP. Users may experience hallucinations, suicidal impulses or feelings of invulnerability that can lead to violence.
HAMMOND | Lake County Sheriff John Buncich denied a semi-quadriplegic inmate's claim the jail violated his civil rights, according to Friday court filings.
Surely The Times is pulling our chain with the July 19 editorial! Lake County Sheriff John Buncich's discovery of his predecessor's wrongdoings should be commended, whatever his reasons.
Damage control is the order of the day in the Lake County Sheriff's Police Department.
CROWN POINT | An unknown number of criminal cases six Lake County law enforcement officers worked on could be dismissed as a result of their being targets of a federal investigation, according to legal experts.
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