DANVILLE — Sheriff Dave Galloway recently accepted a $2,500 donation from Steve Bahr on behalf of Duke Energy for the department’s K-9 fund. Duke Energy made the donation to the fund that is ran solely on grants and donations. The Sheriff’s Department currently has four K-9 units patrolling the county.
- Fall fun
- Freak Show! Paul Lawrence (a k a The Enigma) brought his freak show to Plainfield Sept. 16-18 as part of Tattoo City Underground convention at Primo West Banquet and Conference Center. A founding member of the Jim Rose Circus that toured the world during the 1990s, The Enigma now performs a sideshow with his wife Serana Rose called Show Devils.
Marine Corps Educators Workshop
Educators from the Midwest were recently provided the opportunity to see how the United States Marine Coprs conducts basic training and transforms young men and women into Marines.
- Indy goes green for St. Patty’s Day
Plainfield grad ends tour
Amanda Ibalio, a 2005 graduate of Plainfield High School, is scheduled to complete her tour of duty for the U.S. Navy in Afghanistan later this month. Ibalio is a “Seabee” with the U.S. Navy and will be stationed in Port Hueneme, Calif.
The 2011 Hendricks County Flyer Garage Sale
The 2011 Hendricks County Flyer Garage Sale was a huge success!
Hendricks County Sheriff Dave Galloway recently recognized Corp. Frank Harris for his efforts while responding to a suicidal subject. Harris was dispatched to the volatile situation and continually communicated with the subject, who eventually surrendered and was transported to a stress center.
A DARE graduation ceremony was recently held for 125 sixth-grade students at Cascade Middle School. Deputy Brent Johnson spent 10 weeks educating students on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. Each student was presented with certificates upon completion. Pictured here are Jenna Lee, Mackenzie Mitchell, Hannah Burdsall, Jennifer Bair and Makayla Young who were recognized by Johnson for their outstanding essays.
Police captain retires
Capt. Mike Hovious recently retired from the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department after 32 years of service. During his career he worked in the enforcement division, served as deputy chief, and most recently was assigned to the warrants division. Hovious was presented with a plaque and his duty weapon by Sheriff Dave Galloway.
Sheriff appoints jail commander
Hendricks County Sheriff Dave Galloway recently appointed Major Harold “Hoot” Gibson as the new Hendricks County Jail Commander. He replaces Frank Kolacz, who has retired after four years of service.
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