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Tracking scattered snow showers

Thursday evening forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH)–Scattered snow showers continue tonight and more develop on Saturday.

THURSDAY NIGHT:

Look for a few slicks spots this evening with scattered snow showers across central Indiana. Clouds stick around this evening with temperatures falling back into the middle 20s.

The snow continues during the overnight hours and eventually comes to an end by daybreak.

FRIDAY:

We may see a few snow showers around daybreak. Look for dry conditions throughout much of the day.

Skies stay mostly cloudy. Highs climb into the low and middle 30s for the afternoon.

SATURDAY:

A few snow showers will be possible in the morning on Saturday. Skies stay mostly cloudy during the day. Snow comes to an end and it may change over to a little light rain late Saturday night. Highs on Saturday climb into the middle 30s.

8 DAY FORECAST:

A light rain/snow mix will be possible throughout the weekend. Highs return to the 40s on Sunday and continue to be above normal through next week. Rain chances increase during the middle part of next week.

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Investigation leads to 48-year-old Mitchell man’s arrest

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – One man was taken into custody Tuesday evening following an investigation, according to the Indiana State Police.

Jackie Leatherman, 48, of Mitchell, was arrested Tuesday, despite his attempts to run from officers. ISP said the investigation, which resulted in Leatherman’s arrest, began following the Jan. 9 death of Kevin Bowden.

Search warrants, evidence and interviews with witnesses indicated that Leatherman had dealt Bowden the controlled substances that led to his death.

Bowden’s cause of death was determined to have been caused by Fentanyl toxicity along with moderate methamphetamine toxicity.

Leatherman, who has been transported to the Lawrence County Jail, faces preliminary charges of dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death, resisting law enforcement and battery on law enforcement resulting in bodily injury.

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