The vice president of global operations for Michigan-based Inteva Products says the decision to locate its newest facility in northeast Indiana was the result of an exhaustive 10-month process.
Officials said the vehicle was in the water for nearly an hour before crews were able to pull the vehicle – with the woman still inside – from the river.
Officers seized marijuana, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and prescription pills during the sting.
A company that makes plastic shipping containers plans to close its northeastern Indiana factory, costing about 120 workers their jobs.
The burned body of Owen Collins of Bluffton was found in a rural area Jan. 18 after Arnold reported him missing.
Police found him hiding near a tree, covered in blood and holding two large kitchen knives.
Officers went to an apartment in the 300 block of Lamar Street around 3:15 p.m. and found the woman bleeding from her neck and arms.
The deer entered the school though a window and spent about 30 minutes in the classroom.
Police have not released details about the circumstances leading to his arrest.
Owen Collins was remembered as a rambunctious child during the service Tuesday at a funeral home in his hometown of Bluffton.