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Statements made to police by a murder suspect won’t be used in court, after defense attorneys and the Howard County prosecutor signed an agreement just prior to a planned court hearing Tuesday. Travis Funke remains in the Howard County jail facing murder and voluntary manslaughter charges in the 2011 disappearance of his former girlfriend, Kokomo resident Kelly Armstrong. Earlier this year, Howard County Prosecutor Mark McCann offered Funke a plea that called for a guilty plea to voluntary manslaughter and a sentence of 30 years in prison. The prosecutor withdrew the plea after Armstrong’s family objected to the agreement.
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Donations and volunteers are already pouring into Oklahoma to help victims of Monday‘s tornado. Purdue University Disaster Communications Specialist Steve Cain says many Hoosiers want to help and he says the best way to do that is to give a donation to a reputable charity. Cain says victims need help now, but he says to [...]22.05.13
A local member of the American Red Cross is helping in the tornado recovery effort Oklahoma City. Staff Relations Manager Barb Cross says she‘s among numerous Red Cross staffers nationwide on the ground and assessing the needs. Cross says she always feels personally blessed to be able to help those who are in trouble.22.05.13
The Delaware County commissioners this week have come out in support of the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir project. Commissioner James King, who is also police chief of the town of Daleville says that his priority would be determining whether the project would have a positive impact on his town. King joined commissioners Larry Bledsoe and [...]