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South Haven man pleads guilty to felony battery

South Haven man pleads guilty to felony battery

VALPARAISO | A South Haven man, who claimed he heard the voice of his imaginary childhood friend while he tied up his girlfriend, pleaded guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor battery.

July 09, 2013 6:30 pm
Judge: Man charged in Portage robberies 'frequent flyer' in courts

Judge: Man charged in Portage robberies 'frequent flyer' in courts

VALPARAISO | The Lake Station man charged with robbing three Portage businesses in as many days last week is no stranger to the county legal system.

March 27, 2013 3:30 pm
Defendant in fatal crash case returned to jail for curfew violation

Defendant in fatal crash case returned to jail for curfew violation

VALPARAISO | Portage resident Reinaldo Figueroa III showed no emotion Friday when he was handcuffed and taken back to jail for violating the curfew of his pretrial supervision in a fatal crash case.

December 28, 2012 5:45 pm
Early release denied in thefts from Valpo senior's residence

Early release denied in thefts from Valpo senior's residence

VALPARAISO | A 22-year-old woman who stole money and rings from a 96-year-old Valparaiso woman while working in her home was denied early release from prison Tuesday.

September 04, 2012 8:01 pm
Home helper thief seeking early release

Home helper thief seeking early release

VALPARAISO | A 22-year-old woman is seeking early release from prison after being sentenced to two years behind bars for stealing money and rings from a Valparaiso residence where she worked as an employee of a home helper service.

August 31, 2012 1:30 pm
Portage man's attorney seeks trial delay in fatal hit-and-run

Portage man's attorney seeks trial delay in fatal hit-and-run

VALPARAISO | An attorney for a Portage man accused of fleeing after a fatal crash is seeking to delay the man's September trial and modify the terms of his release so he can work as a cook.

July 23, 2012 11:15 am
Gary man opts for help after failing as his own attorney

Gary man opts for help after failing as his own attorney

VALPARAISO | After making an ill-fated decision to represent himself last month against a Class A felony charge of dealing cocaine, a Gary man opted Friday for the help of a public defender to appeal his conviction and 38-year sentence.

July 06, 2012 6:15 pm
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