The Marion County Sheriff’s Office charged a Kokomo man Tuesday with murder and his father with hindering prosecution in the death of an as-yet-unnamed man whose body was found burning in a car Friday.
A Columbia pastor told aldermen Tuesday he has concerns about six alleged run-ins between citizens and police, although Mayor Justin McKenzie said only one of the people listed has come to him to express concerns.
Circuit Judge Tony Mozingo dismissed charges filed by real estate broker Richard Lokey against two Columbia police officers Friday, and the judge reprimanded Lokey for wasting the court’s resources and provoking the incidents with the officers.
As they watched their home burn, Jerry and Dwaynetta Tolbert already had church members coming by to help. The Columbia couple said it was almost like the people were being transported there, as if “angels dropped in.”
Pretend for a moment that you’ve got a no-good cousin. His name is always showing up on Page 3 of Thursday’s newspaper, he’s got children spread out over an eight-county area and his idea of work is booting up the PlayStation 4 while his mama works to pay the light bill.
The Kemper power plant issue drew Sam Britton, a Laurel CPA and investment banker, into politics, where as Southern District public service commissioner he helped craft a settlement to that multi-billion-dollar debacle.
With that over, the Republican has set his sights on a new position, secretary of state.