Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine was booked into the Elkhart County Jail on Monday, Feb. 29, after he was indicted on several charges.
The documents filed Monday in Kosciusko County court allege that Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine took $40,000 in exchange for granting special privileges to an inmate and a visitor at the Kosciusko County jail in Warsaw. The charges against Rovenstine include three counts of bribery, one count of intimidation, one count of assisting a criminal and five counts of official misconduct.
Meijer arranged a donation of 1,500 water filters in Flint last summer but insisted on anonymity and even offered to give gift cards so the state could purchase them.
Courser says the charges against him are “just another extension of corrupt government.”
Published on Feb 26, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he didn’t even know former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke endorsed him but says he disavows it.
“Just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK?” Trump said.
Now, keep in mind the CNN interview happened two days after he disavowed David Duke at the press conference.
TRUMP: I disavowed David Duke a day before at a major press conference, and I’m saying to myself, how many times do I have to continue to disavow people? And the question was asked about David Duke and various groups. And I don’t know who the groups are. I said, would you do me a favor and tell me the groups? He was unable to tell me that.
Conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt says Donald Trump refusing to disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke is akin to “Mitt Romney’s 47 percent moment” and is “inexplicable.”
Lois Lerner misused and abused the tax code as a political weapon. One of her comrades in lawlessness now wants to be in the United State Senate, leaving behind underlings who could face jail for her acts and ambitions.
The Federal Election Commission sent a letter to the Democratic presidential candidate’s campaign committee on Thursday with a 90-page spreadsheet listing 3,457 “excessive, prohibited, and impermissible contributions.”
College officials blame the drinks for contributing to “problematic behavior,” such as alcohol abuse and “high-risk sexual activity,” and say they don’t contribute to the dining service’s mission to “nourish” its students.
Security guards hired to protect Jude Law when he visited the ‘Jungle’ migrant camp were reportedly targeted by rock-pelting migrants just moments after the actor boarded the coach home.
Proposals to further loosen Indiana’s lax gun laws fail have failed in this year’s legislative session.
The moment was so rare that one reporter inside the courtroom tweeted that someone next to him muttered a profane two-word response under her breath.
Political celebrity and cable tv show host Melissa Harris-Perry is officially out at MSNBC after she refused to appear on air for weekend programming. Harris-Perry was protesting what she says are weeks of preemptions of her show.
“I will not be used as a tool for their purposes,” she wrote. “I am not a token, mammy, or little brown bobble head. I am not owned by Lack, Griffin, or MSNBC. I love our show. I want it back.”
Even if he’s deported, Ibrahim Parlark says nobody can take away the love and support that he felt Friday night walking into a sold out benefit concert to help in his bid to stay in the country.
Read the article. The police were trying to hose this kid, and there’s no doubt about it. However, Fusion clearly jumped the shark a bit with their headline.
Craig Windham, a voice familiar to many NPR listeners, died unexpectedly last night of a pulmonary embolism. He was 66.